• 02:59

    Curious Times - The Color of Hope

    in Spirituality

    Join us for 2 hours at 10 PM Eastern.
     
    The series continues in accelerated fashion as we have been unable to secure attendance at the show from all of the contributing Performing Artists on the Native American Music Award Winning CD - The Color Of Hope.
     
    The Color of Hope is a project undertaken by Producer Donald Blackfox and Co-Producer Kelly Montijo Fink, in order to raise awareness on the issue of Domestic Violence. All Profits from this Award Winning CD will be donated to Battered Women's shelters as chosen by each contributing Performing Artist.
     
    Tonight's show will introduce you to 4 tracks from the 21 track CD. I will provide a brief bio of each performer and then play the song each contributed.
     
    Tonight we will spotlight the contributions made by Cheryl Bear, Qua Ti Si, Jackie Tice and Sarah Blickens.
     
    This CD is available for purchase at a discounted rate of only $10.00 each, until the end of January.
     
    You can purchase this CD using this direct link:
    http://Kunaki.com/Sales.asp?PID=PX00H65WVG
     
    The CD is produced by Spirit Wind Records:
    http://www.spiritwindrecords.us
     

  • 02:14

    Curious Times - The Color Of Hope

    in Spirituality

    Join us for 2 hours starting at 10 PM Eastern.
     
    We continue our series on Domestic Violence, highlighting the Native American Music Award Winning CD, The Color Of Hope.
     
    Tonight we will hear the songs contributed to the CD The Color of Hope by Gypsy Red, Martha Redbone, Chucki Begay and Darlene Wildman.
     
    I will also review some materials about safe internet and computer use in the home for those with controlling abusive spouses.
     
    Time permitting we will review other materials and will also share information about a campaign in Canada called the White Ribbon Campaign, a campaign seeking to have all people take an oath against violence.
    Websites for tonights spotlighted artists:
     
    Gypsy Red: http://www.gypsyred.com/
     
    Martha Redbone: http://www.martharedbone.com/
     
    Chucki Begay:
    https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1094904690&sk=wall
     
    Darlene Wildman:
    http://www.rainsongmusic.com/thegoodroad/
     
    Spirit Wind Records: http://www.spiritwindrecords.us
     
    To Purchase the CD:
    http://Kunaki.com/Sales.asp?PID=PX00H65WVG

  • 00:32

    The Color Calendar

    in Self Help

    (Pre-recorded syndicated show. Sorry, no chatroom.)


    Celebrating the first day of Color Therapy Month, The Color Calendar introduces two of the newly-appointed Color Ambassadors:


    Bernard Charles is a registered metaphysician from Pennsylvania who performs intuitive card readings, working with color, angels and traditional tarot to see clearly into situations for the highest good.  www.thecolormage.com


    Lien Potgieter is a Chic color chick, color lover, color teacher and color coach from South Africa (aka The Rainbow Nation.) She offers online color readings and assists people to restore harmony to their homes with color.  www.thecolouroption.com


     


    About the host:  Eleyne-Mari is a Color Luminary, certified color therapist and the director of Aura House School of Color and Light.  She is the founder of Color Healing Radio, Color Therapy Month and the “Rainbow Writing” method.  www.colortherapyschool.com


     

  • 00:39

    TEACHER CAREER PATHWAYS:THE HOPE STREET GROUP

    in Education

    TEACHER CAREER PATHWAYS:THE HOPE STREET GROUP


    Listen to science educator Robin Thacker,a Kentucky Teacher Fellow and KY State Teacher Fellow Director Brian Bishop on this unique program. 


    www.hopestreetgroup.org  @hopestreetgroup


     


    Presented by LEARNING BIRD


    www.learningbird.com   @learningbird

  • 01:27

    Hope for Communities

    in Self Help

    March’s theme is "March Madness for Hope"! On Sunday March 1, we will hear from two well respected community leaders. These individuals not only lead by example but also show others how to share hope, give hope and be hope on a daily basis. So please join the tandk radio show on March 1, 2015 at 6 pm EST. You can listen by radio or phone (323)-580-5735. 

  • 01:00

    Conversations with Counselor Mandy: Inspired Stories of HOPE! - Andrew Harvey

    in Psychology

    Mandy Eppley interviews acclaimed international author, speaker and sacred activist Andrew Harvey. They will be talking about his amazing story and the theme of Spiritual Fortitude - the 5th Step from The Model of Heart-Centered Grief.


    Andrew Harvey is Founder Director of the  Institute of Sacred Activism, an international organization focused on inviting concerned people to take up the challenge of our contemporary global crises by becoming inspired, effective, and practical agents of institutional and systemic change, in order to create peace and sustainability. He is considered an expert on the poetry of Rumi and has written and edited over 30 books including The Hope and his most recent Radical Passion: Sacred Love and Wisdom in Action. He has also been a featured speaker and leader of workshops for The Shift Network.


    Marianne Williamson says this about Andrew,"Every age has its teachers, who keep the eternal truths alive for all of us. And when a generation is very, very lucky, it encounters a teacher so illumined that the words he delivers must be illumined as well. In the case of Andrew Harvey, the light he sheds is like a meteor burst across the inner sky.”


     

  • 00:30

    Hope in the Midst of Brokeness

    in Lifestyle

    Author, Marlena Graves, will be our guest Monday, March 2nd at 3:30 pm, PST/6:30 pm, EST. She is an Op-ed writer for the popular Her.menetics blog and author of A Beautiful Disaster: Finding hope in the midst of brokeness.


    A prolific writer, Marlena has both lived and explored topics such as depression, loss and grief, brokeness, hope, faith, dignity, poverty, reconciliation, and a host of other topics; topics that should be embraced and examined for how they fit into a life lived well.  


    If you're sensing that something is missing in your life and that you may even be in the midst of your personal desert or wilderness, listen and learn that the dust and dryness can be watered and even flourish.


    Marlena's book examines a life rooted in crisis; a life that could be mine or yours. It is hers. Join us and hear how a life of faith made and can still make all the difference in whether or not we just live or learn to live well. 


    Guests can call in to join the conversation at: (646) 716-8344.


     

  • 00:33

    The Voice of Hope: Children's Show - The Letter "L"

    in Culture

    Welcome to the Voice of Hope, a weekly broadcast for Mandarin speakers who would like to learn English and for English speakers who want to learn Mandarin. Our programs have been written, produced, and translated by certified American teachers. Today's show will focus on the letter "L." Every show has a story that will illustrate the featured letter of the week. Please join us!

  • 01:30
  • 01:32

    Kidney Awareness; Faith, Hope & a Love Story

    in Health

    March is National Kidney Month. MSKeepItMoving Founder and President of K.I.M. (Keep It Moving) 4U, Inc is helping raise awareness about chronic kidney disease (CKD), a condition that one in every 10 adults* (age 20 or older) in the United States has, as well as people with end stage renal disease (ESRD) who need dialysis or a kidney transplant. 


    Kidney disease develops when kidneys lose their ability to remove waste and maintain fluid and chemical balances in the body. The severity of CKD depends on how well the kidneys filter wastes from the blood.  It can progress quickly or take many years to develop.


    Because there are little to no signs of the condition, most people are not even aware that they have kidney disease until it reaches the later stages, including kidney failure.


    Join MSKeepItMoving on The Keep It Moving Blog Talk Radio Show?, Monday March 2 at 8pm, as she talks to Arthur Jackson, a recent Kidney transplant recipient and his wife Toy Nicole?. Here their story and his journey to receiving a second chance at life. 

  • 00:31

    Week 27 1st Seg:"Footprints...The Legacy of the Man of Color"

    in Radio

    1st SEGMENT : "FOOTPRINTS... The Legacy Of The Man Of Color"


    In recognition of "Black History Month" We explore the very thing that EVERY hard working, Motivated, Father, Son, Grand Father, Husband and Man of Color has come to question about himself..."The Legacy Of HIM".  The things he's done, the places he been, the things he's contributed to, the Projects he's helped to erect, The Communities he aided, The THING ...that THING which gives his existance VALUE, WORTH, MEANING, SUBSTANCE. The THING that bodes to ask the question, ""WHAT HAVE I DONE" and "HOW WILL I BE REMEMBERED"... We look at where he's come from, to where he is and inevitably, "WHERE HE'S GOING".

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