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Please join American White History Month Radio Talk Show this Thursday, February 26 from 7 PM CTR to 9 PM, for our series on White Genocide in South Africa
Our guests this week are Dan Roodt is a South African activist, literary critic and writer. Roodt is the deputy leader and spokesperson of South African right-wing political party Front National formed in late 2013 which promotes separatism and Afrikaner self-determination.
Cuan Elgin worked most of his life as a South African Tourism Manager and is now an accomplished historical author. His book 'BULALA' was written from a "Boer" perspective.
This will be a call-in show where your questions, comments and conversation are welcome. Call (347) 637-3768 and join us, your Hosts, Marshall Nicely, Roxy Ladie and Karin Smith.
Preparing for an upcoming marathon? Don't let the weather ruin your training! Hilary will be chatting with John Honerkamp, Senior Manager for New York Road Runners, the world's premier community running organization known for its world-class events - including the famed TCS New York City Marathon which attracts and inspires more than 300,000 runners internationally including 60,000+ NYRR members. John will be discussing tips to help you train for your upcoming half/full marathon during the harsh winter weather. Check out this episode to help you prepare for your upcoming race!
Sometimes we lost sight of those we love. We get use to seeing them, we get use to knowing they are there, we know what they are going to say and we know that they will always be there. Yet imagine if you took just an extra minute here and there to remind thsoe you love that you love them. What difference does it make to our relationships when we take a moment to acknowledge those we love and those we care about? How does it affect our deep sense of belonging and how does it affect the depth of intimacy between us? Tune in and Join the Conversation, Tomorrow Morning at 5:30 AM, PST!
During the first half of the 20th century, the largest internal population shift in U.S. history took place. Starting about 1910, through the Great Migration over five million African Americans made choices and "voted with their feet" by moving from the South to northern cities, the West and Midwest. In the 1920s, the concentration of blacks in New York led to the cultural movement known as the Harlem Renaissance, whose influence reached nationwide. From A. Philip Randolph to Marcus Garvey, sociopolitical designs for self-determination became the model that pushed towards sociopoliticah shifts within the American construct.
How did these extraordinary people develop and sustain such constructs? Are they relevant during current times? Join us as we talk about how the Harlem Renaissance shaped identity for black American and the nation.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/African-American_history#The_Great_Migration_and_the_Harlem_Renaissance, accessed 2/20/15.
Joining Audrey for this week's REELTalk - ISIS continues its march against the West virtually unabated...and part of the blame can be laid upon Western leaders. When will this Jihad against Christians end? Is a reformation needed to solve this terror wave, OR are we seeing the reformation right before our eyes in the actions of ISIS? We'll discuss this with Islamic scholar & author, RAYMOND IBRAHIM! PLUS, Boko Haram continues to terrorize Christians in Nigeria...but their Jihad has spread to bordering states and it's as savage as ever...Dr. PETER HAMMOND will be here direct from South Africa to bring us up-to-date...because the Western media refuses to! AND, top stories at the top of the show! Freedom: if you don't protect it, you can't keep it!!
in Self Help
By LOUIS PROUD—
The Zulu sangoma (a shaman or healer) and high sanusi (clairvoyant and lore-master) Vusamazulu Credo Mutwa is recognised by many as one of the most distinguished African traditional healers around today. He is, in fact, the spiritual leader of the sanusis and sangomas of South Africa.
As well as being a successful artist, author and historian, Mutwa is also an outspoken victim of alien abduction, having allegedly been in contact by entities his people call the mantindane (‘the tormentors’), which are similar in nature to what we in the English speaking world call ‘the grays’. Stories of UFOs and alien beings make up a big part of African tribal culture, he says.
Awakener of the Zulus
Mutwa was born on July 21, 1921 in the South African province of Natal. The name Vusamazulu means ‘awakener of the Zulus’, and was appointed to Mutwa during his initiation as a sangoma. Mutwa means ‘little bush man’, and Credo means ‘I believe’. Born out of wedlock, Mutwa was considered “an illegitimate child, a child of shame.” Because his mother, who was descended from a long line of medicine men and women, refused to convert to Christianity, Mutwa’s parents separated shortly after his birth. Thus he was primarily raised by his Roman Catholic father, who frequently travelled from place to place, working as a builder.
Did you get a chance to see the new Gun Oil commercial for Valentine’s Day? Empowered Products made this heartwarming ad to honor gay military service members and their spouses and this 60-second spot aired on Bravo and E! networks. Tonight we talk to CEO Scott Fraser about this bold move.
Deep Thoughts, Deep Space, and the Super-Consciousness
Minister Tabatha Jackson is a devoted wife, mother and servant of the Lord and His people. She serves zealously under the faithful leadership of Bishop Micheal L. Smith, Sr and Lady Dionne Smith at New Covenant Christian Center and Jericho International Ministries. Her passion, drive and motivation is to see the souls of God's people healed, delivered and set free. She is a motivational speaker and mentor to men, women and young adults alike.
She is the visionary of SOQUEEN (Sisters of Queen Esther), a women's ministry designed by God to save, impact and transform lives forever. The work has been done over 7 years through community outreach, workshops, private counseling and more.
She is also the creator of He Covers Me hand crocheted prayer blankets. It is because of great suffering that God has caused her to be able to do the work assigned to her hands with great humility, gratefulness, and truth.
She has recently authoried and published "Fire, Flood and Storm Proof", which enages more of her heart for women everywhere.
Join us now as we welcome Minister, Author, My Sister and Friend, Tabatha Jackson.
Augusto's interview with Georgeann Hughes of The Byte Show on 02-25-08.
Monday, February 23rd, Arkansas Governor Asa Hutchinson allowed a new law to block future anti-discrimination laws (to go into effect 90 days after the legislative session ends later this summer). While the premise of the new law known as SB 202 appears reasonable, in actuality this law allows legal discrimination for all non-protected classes.
In this episode, we hear from three Arkansas residents. Meet once again Scott Wyant, Founder of Straight Talk Arkansas, a website dedicated to Living liberally in the Mid-South.
We'll also hear from Cathey Shoshone and Christina Harrison. Cathey is the Co-Chair and Christina is the Founder of Arkansans For Equality.
Christina Harrison was born and raised in Arkansas. She founded Arkansans for Equality in 2011. As an ally, she had become frustrated with the bigotry she came across towards our fellow Arkansans in the LGBTQ community and wanted to do something to help. She began a ballot initiative to repeal Amendment 83 soon after. Christina is a combat veteran in the Army National Guard, and has just recently returned from a tour in Afghanistan.
Cathey Shoshone, also an ally, was born in Arkansas but has lived in several states around the South. She lives in Arkansas currently, She "liked" the Arkansan for Equality facebook page and volunteered to collect signatures for the ballot initiative. The ballot initiative became obsolete when Cheryl Maples and Jack Wagoner won their case in Judge Piazza's courtroom legalizing same-sex marriage. A federal case has also overthrown Amendment 83 to the Arkansas State Constitution. This decision has been stayed pending an appeal hearing.
Here we go, Week 6 of the 2016 season, 1/3 of the way on the road to the Super Bowl. Some would say this season has already been one of many surprises. 6 teams (3 from NFC and 3 from AFC) are underfeated to this point. The 49ers and Bears, both NFC title winners, are under 500 and trying to find their way back. Week 6 brings about some very big matchups. The Game of the Week (GoW) has the Redskins (3-1) traveling to Greeen Bay (5-0) in a HUGE matchup. The Colts and Ravens will face off in a AFC matchup that could have early playoff implications. While the Bucs take on the underfeated Panthers in a NFC South divisional game that WILL determine who's your DADDY in that division. It don't get no better than this guys, MCFL Football, let's GO!!!