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In Jefferson Parish, Louisiana, Chief Rick Lasky talk to Marrero Estelle (LA) Fire Department Deputy Chief Blake Hunter and Captain Gus Tierney about the 10 year annivesary of Hurricane Katrina, the storm's effects on the fire service in the region, and more.
Tonight we are going to discuss the 1st International "Straight Black Pride Movement (SBPM)."
Join Minister Damian Henry every Monday morning @ 10am eastern standard time for bible study.We'll be focusing on the study of Humility and Pride. In short, true humility requires an accurate understanding of who God is and who we are. Pride, on the other hand, obscures a true knowledge of God. C.S. Lewis said it well: “In God you come up against something which is in every respect immeasurably superior to yourself. Unless you know God as that — and, therefore, know yourself as nothing in comparison — you do not know God at all. As long as you are proud, you cannot know God. A proud man is always looking down on things and people: and, of course, as long as you are looking down, you cannot see something that is above you.”
This lesson will uplift and encourage you to stay humble before the true and living God, in your daily walk in Christ. Tune in by calling 714-868-0763, or click the link on the facebook/twitter pages.
7 time BET Allstar Comedian Shawn Harris talk sexual liberation, fashion, and new music with Adina Howard.
The 1st Straight Black Pride Movement (SBPM) International weekend celebration was an absolute success. The cookout on Saturday and the Convention on Sunday were well attended and everyone had a phenomenol time.
Go to the Straight Black Pride @:
You can see videos and pics from the weekend.
Straight Black Pride Movement (SBPM)
Host Rick Lasky continues his discussion on fire service history with Professor Glenn Corbett of John Jay College, where they delve into the history of the term "runs" in the fire service, leather fire helmets, the flamboyance of the early fire service, and other topics. (Replay of a show from December 2007)
Nicholas Snow welcomes LGBTQI Activist Maurice Tomlinson, who hails from Montego Bay, to preview the October 25th, 2015 Montego Bay Pride, and to dicuss the cultural and political context in which the event is taking place. Visit the Montego Bay Pride Facebook Page.
The recent historic Jamaica Pride that took place in Kingston was an unqualified success. With public endorsements from the mayor of Kingston and the Minister of Justice, it is clear that the forward march for the full liberation of Jamaican LGBTI people is unstoppable. However, some persons from Montego Bay and western Jamaica were not able to participate in Pride Jamaica because of financial and other constraints. Many members of Jamaica’s LGBTI community are still only able to get entry-level positions because of SOGI stigma and discrimination. Therefore, they had limited time off and resources to travel to and stay in Kingston. A team of dedicated and motivated local Jamaicans are therefore organizing the first-ever Montego Bay Pride on Oct. 25! The team is led by internationally recognized LGBTI activist, Maurice Tomlinson, who also hails for Montego Bay.
Visit NicholasSnow.TV for videos, and NicholasSnow.com for everything else! This episode's main sponsors are Desert AIDS Project and Lulu California Bistro.
Chicago’s Black Business Radio Network
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This segment is CBBN Business Journals where we interview business owners and other innovators from around the world.
Ron Hicks describes himself as the holder of a Ph.D. with a concentration in the School of Hard Knocks from the University of Life and the Owner of the Chicago Steam Basketball Organization.
Founded in 2007, the Chicago Steam Basketball Organization is a premier American Basketball Association (ABA) team. They’ve been featured in the Chicago Tribune's RedEye, Time Out Chicago and SLAM Magazine online.
Ron is also the coach of Lady Steam and is “On A Mission” to put together the greatest team in ABA history.
He says, “We're a fun and affordable option for quality professional basketball entertainment in Chicago and we've put together a great team that you'll be excited to watch for years to come!”
Listen to today, as we all can take a few lesson from the Master from the School of Hard Knocks.
To find out more about the team or attend a game visit them at http://www.chicagosteambasketball.com
Come on out! Bring the WHOLE neighborhood. Kids 12 free.
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Ms. Sonja Cassandra Perdue, Executive Producer
Chicago's Black Business Radio Network