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Join us on Friday March 28th at 6:00 PM CDT on the House of Hidalgo Show as Rev. Kevin Annett, field secretary of ITCCS and Co-Founder of the Covenanted Congregationalist Charter brings forth a timely message for our community of faith.
Are some in the black community playing the blame game when in fact we should be blaming ourselves.
Ferguson and Staten Island incidents prove racism. Brown was far from a model citizen. He pilfered cigars from a convenience store and then bullied the proprietor when he tried to stop him. Then, he and a friend walked down the middle of the street, a stupid and dangerous practice. Officer Wilson asked him to use the sidewalk because of the situation, not because Brown was trolling innocently along while being black as the media would have one believe. Instead of complying, Brown escalated the situation by back-talking. I agree the number of shots fired sounds excessive, but a grand jury after reviewing all the evidence found otherwise. Staten Island, There was excessive force, was not a racial thing either as the victim’s own daughter so stated. Why do we want to make every cop-suspect into a racial event? There is a target on every young black man’s back indeed! Maybe if we didn’t commit crimes out of proportion to other people in society, the police wouldn’t view us with such suspicion. Why don’t we own the fact that some of us need to change our behavior in order to gain respect. Racism does exist but so does the lack of respect for our representation in public.
This story was written on the internet. I thought it pointed out some problems we have in our community. So I took it and made it into how I felt it should have been written. So here is the link to the oringnal story. http://www.metrowestdailynews.com/article/20141217/Opinion/141216655/?Start=2#sthash.z6EKlKEK.dpuf
Tonight we will continue to discuss the need for leadership in the black community. We as black people are tired of black public servant living off the system like a welfare receipiant and pretending to be a powerful untouchable leaders.
We will talk about this very serious epidemic in the black community and others.....
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THE COMMUNITY ON OUR HISTORY & HERITAGE PRESENTS KWANZAA: A CELEBRATION OF LIFE. Please come join host Christina Stockberger and the OPWR family as we begin the celebration of Kwanzaa. Please call in and share what Kwanzaa represents to you and how it relates to your every day life. Kwanzaa is more than just another holiday but a celebration of self and all we are in building unity and bonds in the family and community. OPWR welcomes you to learn and understand the purpose and meaning of these values in celebrating Kwanzaa and building unity in the community one positive way.
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The Boys take you through one or two hours of live entertainment, in-studio guests, a variety of callers, special Open Mick Podcast interviews, and discuss current events. Talent of this nature does not require a script - which makes a fun, informational and comical podcast event.
Basically free of FCC violations, you can pop the top off a cold one and enjoy! Please pour some out for the Open Mick ... they are currently in prohibition.
Friendly reminder from the OMP: Always remember to say the code word "Irish" for specials and deals. Never assume it's perfectly normal, you may need to see your doctor immediately ... or not.
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Tune in TONIGHT: Sat 12/27/2014 at 10:30 pm EST for another powerful segment of "NU Day Resurrection and Liberation" Today is the second day of Kwanzaa.What does Kujichangulia/Self-Determination mean to you and how can we apply it better on a day to day basis in our community. Hear a Special Report on the rape of an 11 year old in Detroit community activist Minister Malik Shabazz who will also provide insight into how the community is coming together in response.to this tragedy and other matters going in Detroit.. AND: An overview and analysis on events that have occurred this past week and that are related to previous dialogs. Joining us will be Dr. Randy Short and others
ALSO: PART 2 of "Who Is Really Representing Black Folks Today" Who are the real national leaders/representatives standing up and representing the best interest of African people in the US (politically/social justice/etc.) and particularly that is representing the legacy of Black/African Liberation/Freedom. Who are the lawyers/attorneys who represent our Struggle today? AND: Learn more about the BBB~Co.
Did you miss last year's historic special on “The Real Meaning of Kwanzaa & What it Means to the Black Community”, where we discussed the origin/ meaning of the 7 principles, the lack of black unity in this country, the disappearance of black leaders when it comes to taking a long hard look in the mirror, how far we’ve come as a people and how far we clearly still have to go? If you aren’t 100% sure what the REAL meaning of Kwanzaa is and you’d like to learn today, tune into “The BEST of The Dedan Tolbert Show” TONIGHT at 9:00pm EST for a special rebroadcast by calling 646 200 0366 or listen online worldwide at www.dedantolbertshow.com. “REAL Radio that Matters”. #10years
My Guest Tonight On The Literary Corner is none other than TRANSGENDER Author Toni Newman of I RISE-THE TRANSFORMATION OF TONI NEWMAN A MEMOIR. This will be a very memorable show, Don’t Miss It. I Rise – The Transformation of Toni Newman, the first memoir written in America by a member of the African American transgender community. It is gut-wrenchingly honest, factually supported, and well written.
During this journey Ms. Newman tended to the fetish fantasies of Hollywood’s A-list, I Rise has been turned into Feature film: Heart of a Woman with a stellar cast. Co-Screenwriter/Producer TONI NEWMAN is a 1985 graduate of Wake Forest University with a degree in sociology. Toni Newman has been a trans-activist for a number of years.
I’m extremely excited about this interview and I look forward to delving into the life of Ms. Toni Newman, who by the way met and conversed with Ms. Maya Angelou, who was the inspiration for the title of her Memoir. Tune in on Saturday December 27, 2014 from 9-11 PM EST. Call in 347-884-8924 Press 1 to speak with the guest or the host or listen from your computer @http://tobtr.com/s/7217651
in Self Help
Radio Talk, December 27, 2014 @ 8PM CST
Leadership is a privilege and a responsibility that demands a good deal from those who practice it, whether formally or informally. High on that list of demands is the need to be ethical, both in personal life and in leadership. Because leaders are role models whether they choose to be or not, they set the tone for the ethical stance of their individual followers, of the organization or group they lead, and, to some extent, of the larger community.
Ethical behavior, in its simplest terms, is knowing and doing what is right.
WHAT IS ETHICAL LEADERSHIP?
WHY PRACTICE ETHICAL LEADERSHIP?
WHEN AND BY WHOM SHOULD ETHICAL LEADERSHIP BE PRACTICED?
HOW DO YOU PRACTICE ETHICAL LEADERSHIP?
WHAT ARE SOME SPECIFIC COMPONENTS OF ETHICAL LEADERSHIP?
NEVER STOP REEXAMINING YOUR ETHICS AND YOUR LEADERSHIP.
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