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  • 01:02

    Records, Veterans, Dept of Veterans Affairs, VA claims, Hadit.com

    in Military

    We cannot emphasize enough about getting copies of all of your records. Medical records, Service Records, Service Medical records.

    Join us for this shows. We will discuss some ideas to get your records from the VA and other providers.

  • 00:58


    in Spirituality

    For most of my adult life, I worked as a Registered Nurse confident in my abilities to heal and build positive relationships with others. My happy and optimistic mindset was a benefit to me in many ways. However, I was unaware of the lessons my relationships were teaching me.

    One day I found myself in a wheelchair with a fractured ankle from a fall, in physical pain and having difficulty completing the simplest tasks. At the same time, I found myself in the midst of stressful relationships that were not what I had hoped for or believed they were. How did I get here? What went wrong?

    Before I found my way, I struggled with stress and anxiety. I was overwhelmed and felt swept along with the ups and downs of this experience and felt pushed to outcomes I believed I was powerless to control. I was forced to stop and to really think about what was happening.

    I made the decision to believe that I could change my experiences and outcomes by changing myself; to let go of negative thinking and feeling like a victim. I searched for a higher, softer way of feeling, thinking and understanding which led me on a journey of self discovery and the magic of the universe.

    I came to believe that I could choose what I was feeling, which was not affected by anyone or anything around me. I became a true healer and spiritual teacher and started by healing myself.

    The wisdom I want to share with the world as a result is: You can be the change that transforms your world. You no longer need to live in fear, anxiety and overwhelm. Your relationships can be ones of love, joy and peace. You can be powerful and choose your feelings and thoughts which will change your life.


  • 01:06

    Episode 1140: Fire Service Court

    in Training

    Fire service attorneys Chip Comstock, John K. Murphy, Brad Pinsky, and Curt Varone discuss legal issues affecting fire training and firefighting.


  • 02:00


    in Music

    WORLD PREMEIRE of the brand new music video 'Blaze It Up' - Bad Gal Shawnte ft LattyB https://youtu.be/k04uxeFFJ Feel free to leave us a comment and a thumbs up on youtube!!

    Official website www.AcmoneyRecords.com

    Youtube www.youtube.com/megaacmoney

    Soundcloud www.soundcloud.com/ammoneytree9

    Bad Gal Shawnte and The A Plus Ladies will be taking all calls tonight city to city state to state worldwide!! We play indie music in the streets and the hottest music of all genres from Hip hop to Dancehall! For advertisement, sponsorship, or radio spin inquires email us at ammoneytree9@gmail.com



  • 01:05

    Mike Kramer Learned How To Be a Lawyer from the Ground Up

    in Current Events

    Mike Kramer Learned How To Be A Lawyer From The Ground Up

    He understands through his own real life experiences how both compassion and fair treatment are critical to those appearing in any courtroom.

    That’s why Mike Kramer is running for Winnsboro City Court Judge.

    Through his years in the legal profession helping those who need it most, Mike Kramer understands through real life experience the role that compassion plays in the legal system.

    That’s why he’ll make an outstanding City Court Judge

    Advertisement paid for by Mike Kramer

  • 02:26

    False Allegations-Allison Williams Attorney-State Supreme Court

    in Entertainment

    It's Not True! How to Combat False Allegations of Neglect or Abuse, an eBook by Allison C. Williams. How many of you been accused of some wrong- doing during a custody dispute.How mamy of you suffered from lies that damage you emotionally or financially? Dont miss this show. We brought you an advocate for justice. We invite you to join us and ask questions, free legal advice.646-595-3032. Abuses by Child Protective Services - Why It's a Problem for all citizens - How fear tactics drive the system, all based on distorted information. Is the system stacked up against men to get justice? How can men fight to be equal in the eyes of the law. Join the Hammer and the Angel of darkness Ellen Johnson for this Non Politically Correct conversation that keeps it real.

  • 00:43

    MaryLovesJustice Commentary

    in Politics Progressive

    MaryLovesJustice Commentary airs at 9pmEST. Call-in number 818.572.2947. We speak about human rights for prisoners, especially the mentallyill. We discuss prisoner torture and murders, bills to remedy incarceration among mentally ill prisoners, like H.R.2646, Shattered Families - the movie, capital punishment, and AIMIvsUSA, a planned action in International Court. See "Dog Justice for Mentally Ill," and "Human Rights for Prisoners March" and "Exposed - FreeSpeakBlog" at http://FreeSpeakBlog.blogspot.com . Mary Neal also directs "Human Rights Demand" radio channel at Blogtalkradio. GET UP! STAND UP FOR YOUR RIGHTS!

    Contact Mary Neal at MaryLovesJustice@gmail.com or call (678)531-0262 if you need air time on either NNIA1 or "Human Rights Demand" radio channel. Thank you for caring and sharing our programs.


  • 00:29

    Mindfullness Walkling - Featuring Ross Girardi

    in Business

    The Quick Way to Increase Your Level of Consciousness™ A Mini-Course on Mindful Walking.

  • Mapping the Freedmen's Bureau with Angela Walton-Raji and Toni Carrier

    in History

    Did you know that the majority of Freedmen's Bureau records are now digitized and available online for free, as well as the records of other institutions that served newly-freed African Americans during Reconstruction? Angela Walton-Raji and Toni Carrier have built a new website called "Mapping the Freedmen's Bureau - An Interactive Research Guide" (www.mappingthefreedmensbureau.com) to assist researchers in locating and accessing records of the Freedmen's Bureau, Freedmen's hospitals, contraband camps and Freedman's Bank branches. Researchers can use the website's interactive map to learn which of these services were located near their area of research interest. If the records are online, the map provides a link to the records that tell the stories of newly-freed former slaves in the American south. The goal of this mapping project is to provide researchers, from the professional to the novice, a useful tool to more effectively tell the family story, the local history and the greater story of the nation during Reconstruction.

    Angela Walton-Raji is an author, genealogist, guest lecturer and producer of the weekly African Roots Podcast and Toni Carrier is the Founder of LowcountryAfricana, a free website dedicated to African American genealogy and history in SC, GA and FL.



  • Black Thoughts and Theory: The Radio Show- Gun Control & Historical Racism

    in Culture

    Gun Control & Historical Racism 

    As Black Americans we must realize that gun control laws, from a historical perspective, serve one purpose, to keep us vulnerable and more easily oppressed. This is not conjecture or rhetoric, it is easily documented fact. 

    Join us, Alex Primo and Asha Zuri, Thursday October 8th at 9 PM EST as we explore the way America sought to disarm Melanated individuals across the land as part of a ruthless plot to control, intimidate, and in many cases murder innocent slaves and freed men alike. 

    Brendan O’Neill of the Guardian notes:

    Throughout the 1800's, states passed gun-control laws that were fundamentally racist. So, panicked by the prospect of more black rebellions against white landowners, the North Carolina Supreme Court passed a statute in 1840 that said: “If any free negro, mulatto, or free person of color shall wear or carry about his or her person, or keep in his or her house, any shotgun, musket, rifle, pistol, sword, dagger or bowie-knife… he or she shall be guilty of a misdemeanor, and may be indicted therefore.”

    In 1941, a judge in Florida’s Supreme Court called the laws into question when he overturned the conviction of a black man for carrying a handgun without a permit. He overturned the conviction, he said, because this law “was passed for the purpose of disarming the negro laborers … and to give the white citizens in sparsely settled areas a better feeling of security. The statute was never intended to be applied to the white population and in practice has never been so applied.”

    All of this plus brother Dennis Jefferson will be dropping by with another fantastic episode of Healthy Matters.

    Call in to participate at (917)889-2830


    Log on here to just listen to the show.

    And Remember, Always Keep It Real and Keep It On Point. #One 

  • 00:04

    On Air With David Duane w/ R&B Recording Artist: Avant & Luke Christopher

    in Music

    Avant is a name that has been used in the context of being original or innovative but the singer/songwriter from Cleveland has transformed the word into a powerhouse brand. Since breaking out on the music scene with his first platinum hit singles, “Separated” and “My First Love”—he has been on a non-stop journey having released seven albums in the last 15 years.

    Avant has toured with some of the biggest names in the R&B world from Joe, Jagged Edge and Keith Sweat. He is preparing for the new album release, The VIII in September 2015. This spring he released the debut single from the album, “Special” which is romantic song that breathes new life into love and commitment.

    Luke Christopher isn’t about to wait around for anybody. Instead of relying on singers or producers, the Los Angeles rapper can belt out a hook with the best of them, and he remains an accomplished producer and beat maker in his own right. On his two new EPs YSTRDY and TMRW for ByStorm Entertainment/RCA Records, his singular vision only starts to unfold, encompassing airtight rhymes, cinematic storytelling, keen wit, and a little bit of wisdom.

    Growing up in the San Fernando Valley, music surrounded Luke. At a young age, his father turned him on to the likes of Elton John, U2, Michael Jackson, and Stevie Wonder. However, hip-hop found him one Christmas when 2Pac’s All Eyez On Me sat under the tree. In high school, he converted the bottom bed of his bunk beds into a makeshift studio. There, he taught himself how to rap, sing, and compose beats. By his seventeenth birthday, he was ready to be properly heard, and major labels clamored for this strangely soulful and emotionally expansive style.