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Educational Socially Conscious Reggae Music
Step in to the studio with reggae pioneer and cultural ambassador Hopeton Brown.
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Music is divine, univeral and a tool to empower the youths.
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What is a support group? How does it work? Why do we need it? Who is involved in it? Join us this week as we meet a support group of phenomenal ladies who have been connected with each other for over 7 years. We will talk about the importance of forming community and having people in your life with whom you feel safe to unmask and connect on a real level.
Madu: I think people are the most interesting thing on the planet. I think mental health is more neglected than physical health but is of equal importance. I like supporting positive endeavors and people. I am not religious or spiritual. I enjoy problem solving supported by own knowledge, skills and abilities for answers. I believe all people on the planet deserve respect and that no one should be mistreated.
Karla Lawrence licensed clinical professional counselor/certified professional coach with a passion for helping individuals learnto heal from emotional pain, create healthy relationships, and develop lives that are aligned with their values and purpose. Karla works in private practice at the Creative Counseling & Consultation Center, LLC, located in Calverton, MD. Please visit her website at www.creativecounselingandconsultation.com
Nyonu Wi : Nyonu Wi is interested in using effective communication skills to improve relationships among individuals and groups. She has studied various techniques that can be applied in various situations to repair or improve relationships. Nyonu Wi also believes that having healthy minds and bodies is the foundation to a healthy relationship
Michaela Lawrence Jeffery, Now in my sixth year of ministry with Georgia-Cumberland Conference (GCC) of Seventh-day Adventists, I serve as Chaplain at Advent House and Director of Adventist Christian Fellowship.
Guest:David Desamour- Dealing with Grief and Loss during the holidays.Desired outcome for the program- Provide listeners with a blueprint to understand, cope, and overcome grief when dealing with the loss of a love one during the holidays.Myth and Fact about grief MYTH: The pain will go away faster if you ignore it.Fact: Trying to ignore your pain or keep it from surfacing will only make it worse in the long run. For real healing it is necessary to face your grief and actively deal with it. Myth It’s important to be “be strong” in the face of loss.Fact: Feeling sad, frightened, or lonely is a normal reaction to loss. Crying doesn’t mean you are weak. You don’t need to “protect” your family or friends by putting on a brave front. Showing your true feelings can help them and you.MYTH: If you don’t cry, it means you aren’t sorry about the loss.
Fact: Crying is a normal response to sadness, but it’s not the only one. Those who don’t cry may feel the pain just as deeply as others. They may simply have other ways of showing it.MYTH: Grief should last about a year.Fact: There is no right or wrong time frame for grieving. How long it takes can differ from person to person.Source: Center for Grief and Healing :Understanding and coping Stages of Grief:In 1969, psychiatrist Elisabeth Kübler-Ross introduced what became known as the “five stages of grief.”The five stages of grief:Denial: “This can’t be happening to me.”Anger: “Why is this happening? Who is to blame?”Bargaining: “Make this not happen, and in return I will .”Depression: “I’m too sad to do anything.”Acceptance: “I’m at peace with what happened.”Steps in overcoming grief! Take care of yourself Celebrate life by doing good deeds, because you can.Confine in someone.Find a New Hobby.
The instant you write or record an original song, be it on a cocktail napkin or sing it into your iPhone, you get six exclusive legal copyrights as granted by the government.
These six legal copyrights (in no particular order) are:
Digital Transmission -
Note that there are typically two copyrights that must be addressed when a work is sampled (and thus two copyright holders from whom you must get permission in order to avoid infringing):
1. The copyright to the song itself – the ©
2. The copyright to the version of the song (i.e. the master) – the ? - There are three dominant ones in the United States: ASCAP, BMI, and SESAC. Each does the same thing: they act on behalf of the songwriters who have affiliated with them, and issue licenses to those who wish to broadcast (i.e. publicly perform) these artists’ copyrighted songs. - See more at: http://amarudontv.com/2011/11/23/the-six-exclusive-copyrights-that-drive-the-entire-music-business-how-not-to-get-screwed/#sthash.SnSgTyvw.dpuf
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Enjoy self-love, before giving your love away.
• What is self-love?
• How does one attain self-love?
• Who is responsible for self-love?
• When do you give self-love?
• Why do you need self-love?
Eartha Kitt says: "It’s all about falling in love with yourself and sharing that love with someone who appreciates you, rather than looking for love to compensate for a self-love deficit.”
On today’s show, we will take a look at this often talked about term “self-love.” It is often the case that we give ourselves away before giving ourselves to our selves. It is healthier to connect with and love self before sharing one’s self with another. Self-love fosters a more healthy connection with someone else. I often say to clients: “you can’t give what you don’t have.” So, I encourage us to “enjoy self-love before giving love away.” Please join us today as we talk about the importance of loving yourself before seeking love and expecting another person to love you
Kojak (b. Floyd Anthony Perch, kingston, Kingston, Jamaica, began his career chanting on various sound systems under the guise of Pretty Boy Floyd. He adopted the gangster image that had proved successful for Dennis Alcapone and Dillinger.He change stage name to Nigger Kojak. His debut, ‘Massacre’, proved a local hit. In 1978 Dennis Brown had an international hit with the remake of ‘Money In My Pocket’, which was followed by ‘Ain’t That Loving You’, featuring Kojak And Liza performing ‘Hole In De Bucket’. The partnership led to conflicting reports as to the identity of Kojak’s fellow artist, as there were in fact two Mama Lizas, Beverly Brown and Jacqueline Boland. His female partner was always labelled simply as Liza, which hindered the women’s careers,. The duo performed ‘Fist To Fist Rub A Dub’, a tribute to the soft drink Sky Juice, the modest ‘One Thousand Gal’ and the festive ‘Christmas Stylee’. By 1981 Kojak And Liza had become well established and the unprecedented success of ‘Nice Up Jamaica’ was endorsed by the Jamaican tourist board. The song, although on some pressings credited to the duo, was actually a solo from Floyd Perch that verged on the surreal. By 1982 he became known as Papa Kojak and was a featured DJ at the acclaimed Skateland show, recorded live as A Dee Jay Explosion. By 1996, performing ‘What Time Is It’, was met with enthusiasm. The song was included on his distinguished comeback album of soul cover versions, which featured backing vocals from Nadine Sutherland, J.C. Lodge, Marcia Griffiths and Judy Mowatt. The paucity of female DJ performers has often been criticized, along with the fact that early performances were only in a supporting role. The pioneering efforts of the two Lizas have since been acknowledged on record as influencing the likes of Sister Nancy and Lady Saw.call in 661-467-2407
Music Publishing Rights?The broad bundle of rights that are associated with a musical copyright are known“music publishing rights.”These rights are not defined by statute but rather are terms recognized in the music industry. Similarly, the concept of the “writer’s share” versus the “publisher’s share” is based in practice, not law. 50% of the income derived from the exploitation of a composition is deemed to constitute the publisher’s share and 50% the writer’s share.Author assigns the copyright in the composition to the publisher, the publisher collects 100% of the income and, after deducting costs, balance for the author.Other typical types of arrangements between authors and music publishers include co-publishing agreements,under which the copyright ownership is shared author (heir) and publisher;administration agreements,under which the author (or heir) retains the copyright ownership and the publisher administers the rights; and co-administration agreements under which the author (or heir) retains the copyright ownership and co-administers the rights with the publisher.The performing rights societies have subscribed to the distinction between writer and publisher shares and allocate monies accordingly, usually paying the writer’s share to the author or his/her heirs.1.Dramatic or “Grand” Rights 2.Non-dramatic or “Small” Performance Rights 3.Synchronization Rights 4.Mechanical Rights 5.Print Rights 6.Concert Rental Rights 7.New Media Rights . Glenford Darby songwriter producer artiste aka Glen Judah founding director of Jamaica Phonographic Performer and Videographic limited. Glen is advocating for musicians rights.He is partnering with the Song Embassy to lecture at the seminars and workshops to educate musicians about their rights.. 661-467-2407 .http://alterandkendrick.com/protecting-your-musical-copyrights/what-are-music-publishing-rights/
slow jamz on a Sunday with rula brown
R alph Morton was not your average fan at last year's Super Bowl.
Morton, executive director of the Seattle Sports Commission, had more on his mind than Super Bowl XLVIII. He paid close attention to how he was greeted at the airport, the location of his hotel and the restaurants he dined at days before the game.
His objective? To gain insight into hosting a Super Bowl."Absolutely, I believe we will one day host it in Seattle," said Morton, who served on two Super Bowl host committees as vice president of operations for the Greater .
Pepsi is running a commercial using all deaf actors entitled Bob's House. Here are four videos to go along with this campaign of reaching out to the deaf community.
Live:Celebrity Link- THE ETHIOPIANS and Events in Jamaica of The 1966 - 1974
The Ethiopians were a ska, rocksteady, and reggae vocal group, founded by Leonard Dillon (b. 9 December 1942, Port Antonio, Jamaica, 28 September 2011), Stephen Taylor and Aston Morris.The group started out recording for Clement 'Coxsone' Dodd in 1966. Dillon had previously released some mento songs under the pseudonym Jack Sparrow. Around late 1966, Morris left the Ethiopians. Having left Dodd, the Ethiopians started recording at Dynamic Studios for the W.I.R.L. label, releasing the rocksteady "Train to Skaville", which was their first success. In 1968, they recorded the song "Everything Crash", their first big hit. The song criticised the political situation in Jamaica at the time, such as water rationing and power cuts that led to unrest; such as an incident in which thirty one people were shot by the police. "Everything Crash" was later covered by Prince Buster. "The Whip" is another of their enduring songs from that period.
Heal-thy Information:SHINE BUSH AND LEAF OF LIFE
Shine Bush (Peperomia Pelucida) This herb has been used widely in the Caribbean and other parts of the world, as a cure for ALL and is often referred to as- INFLAMMATION BUSH; because of its efficacy in the treatment of inflammation. The herb is one of the most potent Female herbs and has been implemented in the treatment of many Female (womb) troubles.Shine Bush is against problems affecting the eyes such as CATARACT and extracts from this herb has been used in many EYE drops.
MEDICINAL PROPERTIES: Opthalmicum, tonic, anti-inflammatory, antibacterial, expectorant, hepatic and nutritive.Leaf of Life ( Kalanchoe Pinnata) Leaf of life has anti-inflammatory properties and has been used extensively in the treatment of respiratory tract infections especially ASTHMA. It has been widely used as a tonic and a body builder, eaten raw, tea or juiced. Leaf of life has been implemented in the alleviation of mucus congestion in children, young & older adults. The leaves are warmed and the sap is squeezed into the ears for earache and the heated leaves are also used to treat sprains, bruises, ulcers, and arthritis.MEDICINAL PROPERTIES: Expectorant, tonic, analgesic, stomachic and nutritive.CHORDOPHONE—BROUGHT TO SPAIN BY AN AFRICAN NAME ZERIAB
He created the first 4 strings of the chordophone—which is today’s Violin/Guitar.The Chordophone was used to un-clog or balance the Liquid Systems of the body; Mucous, Phlegm, Hormones, and Blood. The Chordophone is placed over the body and the sound of the strings would open –up the clogged or un-balance system.
Zeriab ALSO created the 5th string like the (fifth element), known as “INVISIBLE LIQUID “origin of the Universe; which heals the whole entire body & systems. call in with question 661-467-2407 www.crsradio.com.(c) copyright all rights reserved 2015
Dr. Richard Yates born in the only official English speaking Country in South America, has been educated in 21 Countries and 6 languages. Graspmathologist Dr. R. Yates is the inventor or Kreator of the math approach called Graspmatyx. Dr. Yates is based in Gondar, Ethiopia and is available for Radio/ TV talk shows. Graspmathologist Dr. R. Yates is also available for Graspmatyx work shops for teachers, students, educators, parents and single adults. He can be reached firstname.lastname@example.org. his facebook names are Richard Yates.
Dr.Yates lived 26 years in the Caribbean and has been promoting Graspmatyx to these Caribbean Islands. The Virgin Islands, Antigua, Barbados, Dominica, Grenada, STK/Nevis, STL, STV and TNT, including the only official English speaking Country in Latin or South America.
Question:Where is our Math and why so many Caribbean people are intimidating, having apprehension or fear while learning math.
Why teachers, students and parents have difficulty learning math? The Chinese have their own math, the Islamic have their own math, the Jews have their own math, the Caucasian European Americans have their own math. Where is our Math? The Caucasian Americans taught us their limited Curriculum of learning math. This is called Conventional math, or Conceptual math. We were taught to under stand, for too long we have been under the stand of learning math. Caucasian so-called white people under standing of math is called SPWOL system of learning. Spwol as an acronym means Slave Plantation Way Of Learning. They taught us Times Table as low, they call highest, 12 X 12 and stop. Graspmatyx is Perceptual math, based on 4 principles. Perception, Reasoning, Rhythm and Restoration. Our Times Table starts at zero to nine nine (they call ninety nine) and above mentally.
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