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Activists and psychologists have weighed in on the subject of interracial adoption. Arguments that adoptions of children from a different culture than their adoptive parents can cause disconnection from their culture, customs and religious practices. Others believe that such disconnection can leave a child struggling with identity crises and a subconscious feeling of curiosity and incompletion to find out more about themselves as they grow up. Should keeping a child in their own race and culture be the major mitigating factor in qualifying parents for adoption? Or is love enough?
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Llorraine Neithardt Psychic/Soul Mentor/Artist
Llorraine Neithardt is an internationally recognized Jungian-inspired cultural visionary in private practice for 29 years. In this series she speaks extemporaneously on the archetypal theme of VENUS, creating a virtual Heartbreak Hotel – a place where the wounded heart finds inspiration to accept the task of becoming a wise heart.
April Minger was born and raised in Springfield, Ohio. After graduating from high school, April joined the United States Air Force. April works in the Insurance and Health Care fields, and also has a Master’s degree in Business, graduating with honors, and is a member of the Alpha Beta Kappa Chapter of The National Honor Society. She currently resides in Fort Drum, New York, where her husband serves on active duty as a member of the United States Army. April and her husband of eighteen years have two children.
Book: Alters of the Heart
Do events from your past continue to play over and over in your mind? Do you feel like your relationship with God is not where it should be? Are you looking for a deeper worship experience?
If you answered yes to any of these questions, then I have some good news for you. The answer may seem far away, but it’s actually much closer than you think.
Altars of the Heart will take you on a journey to rediscover who you are and give you authentic tools to help you connect back to walking hand-in-hand with God through deeper worship.
The knowledge and insight that you will gain from reading this book will take you to a life of newfound liberation from insecurities, fear, doubt, shame, and un-forgiveness.
You will be encouraged to do an internal “heart” examination, to re-evaluate how you interact with others, make choices and worship the Lord.
The Word of God specifically states in the book of Hosea 4:6, that my people are destroyed for a lack of knowledge. I issue a challenge to you to open this book, and allow your life to experience freedom from bondage and finally discover your path to deeper worship.
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Shafia M. Monroe is a visionary, a leader, a Master of Public Health, a veteran midwife, a Certified Childbirth Educator, a Doula Trainer, and a health activist. Shafia Speaks Birth is the platform for inspiring all to embrace birth as the beginning of inner change, growth and world peace; she connects the human family in the universal experience of birth.
Shafia is a motivational speaker; her work transcends color, religion, sexual orientation or class status. She elevates health inequities as a Human Rights issue to motive action in leadership, cultural competency, birth work and women led birth. She is divinely guided; her words unite, motivate and empower the human spirit to embrace the best that one can offer and to act on it.
Shafia is the founder of the International Center for Traditional Childbearing (ICTC) a renowned and respected international non-profit that increases the number of cultural competent midwives and doulas to empower families to reduce infant and maternal mortality, and build capacity in communities of color.
Shafia created the ICTC Full Circle Doula Training program validating a woman’s ability to serve using the traditional midwifery model of care. As a midwife activist, she leads neighborhoods, state and national initiatives to improve maternal, child and family health.
Shafia receives numerous awards for her ground breaking work and is featured in articles, documentaries and in a mural “Women Making History in Portland,” in Portland, OR.
She mothers seven children and nine grandchildren. She gardens, writes, dances and cooks for family and friends.
Bio copied from: http://www.shafiamonroe.com/
Mikyia mo (Greetings),
Our guest is Kentake Malopenza, Owner of Akoma Ntoaso Tours..
Kentake Malopenza is committed to the upliftment of Afurakani/Afuraitkaitnit (African~Black) People wherever we are in the world. One of her many services to the community is via Akoma Ntoaso Tours and Products. An excerpt from the website: www.akomatours.yolasite.com
"..Akoma Ntoaso Tours will be happy to welcome you to the serene countryside of Manchester, Jamaica. We specialize in Afurakan-centered cultural tours of Jamaica, which aims to share and expose the rich cultural legacy and proud heritage of Jamaicans of Afurakan origin.
Lobers' Inn Guest House & Bar located in Whitney Turn, Manchester will be hosting Our guests while they stay with Us in Jamaica! We will ensure that the time you spend with Us will be a memorable and joyous memory that you Never forget!..."
Kentake will discuss her company's upcoming tour to Jamaica, exploring the region and culture from an Afurakani/Afuraitkaitnit (African) perspective, and how those who are interested can make the trip.
EGUA is the Akan term for 'Marketplace'. This show will introduce Afurakani/Afuraitkaitnit (African~Black) businesses and organizations that are providing products and services which are beneficial to the Afurakani/Afuraitkaitnit community and reflect the values of our people.
Awuku and Akua are the Abosom (Deities) governing media of exchange. Awuku and Akua in Akan culture are called Set and Nebt Het in Khanit and Kamit (Nubia and Egypt) and Eshu and Agberu in Yoruba.
Odwirafo Kwesi Ra Nehem Ptah Akhan
Aakhuamuman Amaruka Atifi Mu
(Akwamu Nation in North America)
Step in to the studio with reggae pioneer and cultural ambassador Hopeton Brown. Log on to discuss the message behind the music. Music is divine, universal and a tool to empower the youths.
Special Guest - JIMBOLEE from Jamaica
Wednesdays - 9 - 12 Midnite EST
Dial in (661) 467-2407
THE EXCEPTIONAL ONE, KEN MCCLENTON, NIGHTLY DELVES INTO THE CHALLENGES FACED BY CONSERVATIVE AMERICANS WITHIN SOCIETY'S CULTURAL INSTITUTIONS--INDIVIDUAL AND FAMILY, EDUCATION, ECONOMICS, GOVERNMENT AND FAITH--WITH A UNIQUE URBAN TWIST.
MONDAYS THROUGH THURSDAYS AT 9:00 PM EST.
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ARE WE WATCHING
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LIBERTY'S COMMUNICATION SPECIALIST,
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The community reaction to the deaths of Jersey City, NJ police officer Melvin Santiago, his killer Melvin Campbell as well as that of Eric Garner at the hands of New York City Police has added fuel to the national controversy of police brutality specifically as it pertains to blacks and Latinos. Why are blacks and Latinos the primary victims of this crisis? WEDNESDAY night from 6-7PM EST we'll be speaking LIVE with acitivists and the victims of police brutality as well as their family and friends. Please join us.
Ziad Abbas from Middle East Children's Alliance, joins us today to discuss the work that MECA is doing in Palestine and the Middle East.
MECA is a non-profit organization based in Berkeley, CA that is working for the rights of children in Palestine and the Middle East. Ziad Abbas is a Palestinian refugee from Dheisheh Refugee camp in the West Bank. He is the cofounder of the Ibdaa Cultural Center in Dheisheh where he served as Co-Director from 1994 to 2008.
Ziad is also a journalist who has worked with Palestinian and international media and has participated in the production of several documentary films. He has a Master of Arts in Social Justice and Intercultural Relations from the School for International Training Graduate Institute. Ziad is the Program Manger for Cross-Cultural Programs at the Middle East Children’s Alliance in Berkeley.
Join us as we discuss MECA's humanitarian work and ways to effectively support to stop the violence.
We also have Halima Cassells on today from Detroit. Halima is the Community Outreach Coordinator for People's Food Co-op. She has been part of the organizing to stop the water shut-offs in Detroit, which affect the city's poorest communities.
Tune in as we discuss Palestine and Detriot, the inhumane actions against these communities, solidarity across the globe, and the work that people are doing to create necessary change!
Middle East Children's Alliance: https://www.mecaforpeace.org/
Detriot People's Water Board: https://www.facebook.com/peopleswaterboard
Arab Resource and Organizing Center: http://araborganizing.org/
Jonathan Pearson is one of the rising stars in the millennial church leadership space. He's the pastor at Cornerstone Community Church in Orangeburg, SC (major suburb of Columbia) and Assistant Director of The Sticks, an organization that empowers small town leaders. He's also co-creator of www.MillennialLeader.com and author of a newly-released book, 'Next Up: 8 Steps Great Young Leaders Make'.
One of the most pressing shifts (and it's one he highlights in the book) I think we all believe is absolutely crucial that we make as a nation -- and more importantly, as a church -- is from entitlement to honor. Jonathan talks about how we make that shift as leaders in our churches and homes and model it for the next generation. He's also very in tune with the challenges the next generation of Christian leaders (many of whom are millennials) are facing as they take the baton from the giants that have led us through the last few decades and are now in the twilight of their cultural influence.
The complete list of shifts is below and, as you can see, there are a number that should really resonate with the church. Dissension to cooperation comes to mind as we argue amongst ourselves not only about the 'non-essentials' in our own house, but publicly, about cultural issues and movements.
Passive to passionate is one that will strike a chord with a great many men.
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