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  • 00:41

    Guest: Delphine Criscenzo, Journalist and Social Activist

    in Education

    Delphine Criscenzo


    http://www.calogeroproductions.com


    Delphine Criscenzo is a journalist and activist dedicated to raising awareness about discrimination and injustices and fighting for social change. A volunteer for community radio for the past 5 years, Delphine is building her career as an audio and video documentary film maker."


    Global Eco Talk Show is brought by SWACIN Inc.  Our radio shows are designed to convey difficult-to-understand problems in Nigeria by inviting those professionals and individuals with knowledge / experience to come to constructive resolutions to the long lasting problems such as violence against women and children, poverty and corruption so that people around the world can join solving the problems.  The regions contributes major cause of global warming and climate change

  • 02:20

    "NU Day Resurrection and Liberation"

    in Politics Progressive

    TONIGHT: Sat June 20, 2015 on "NU Day"                                                "WE STAND WITH HAITI"  and also with the mothers, families, and loved ones of those viciously murdered, by cops, racist/wanna be supremacist, and other verminous persons who commit atrocities in our communities (killings, rapes, etc).  And are we ready now to face the TRUTH about off white America. It is not just police that have no regard or respect for our lives but surely it is ingrained in US European culture. Case in point "South Carolina".  Are we finally ready to do what is necessary to defend our families and communities? Also learn more about The MWM Black Women's Defense League and the African Women's Army and why it will soon be difficult for ANYONE to get away with disrepecting the MOTHER OF CIVILIZATION" (The BLACK Woman)  And there is a CALL FOR PAPERS for the upcoming African People's Social Justice Forum that will take place in Baltimore, MD August 21-23, 2015 and Million Woman March WEEL 2015.  Joining us on the "LIVE LINE" tonight is Sis. Ezili Donto, Haitian Freedom Fighter, lawyer, artist, and Human Rights Activist, and Sis. Delphine Mathews who's son, Frank McQueen, was killed by cops in Chester, PA, and commentary from our own Dr. Randy Short

  • 01:01

    The Q-Spot with Big Body and Tamika Newhouse - AAMBC Literary Awards Special

    in Entertainment

    At the age of 21, Tamika Newhouse founded Delphine Publications and has since become a self-published, bestselling author. She has appeared on various bestseller lists and won Self Published Author of the Year at the 2009 African American Literary Awards only nine months after her debut novel. In 2010, she was inducted into Who’s who in Black San Antonio and she landed a major publishing deal without an agent and still continues to write independent projects. Along with Delphine Publications, Tamika is the founder and President of African Americans on the Move Book Club (AAMBC) – an online book club and radio show catering to avid readers across the nation. She is also CEO of Obsessive Soul Media. With future projects in the works from short films, stage plays and much more, Tamika is a young woman on a mission. She has been featured in Uptown Magazine, Essence, Hello Beautiful, Juicy Magazine, and in Vibe Vixen Magazine. Tamika presently tours the country speaking about overcoming her teen pregnancy to fulfill her dream, as well as teaching aspiring writers the publishing ropes. A former radio host, she hosted her own internet radio show (AAMBC) for over three years and continues to expand her brand. She is currently living in Atlanta with her son and daughter and is currently working on her next novel.

  • 01:07

    Getting to Know Authors of Delphine Publications and Brown Girls Publishing

    in Entrepreneur

    Tamika Newhouse is a self-published bestselling author who founded Delphine Publications, at the age of 21.  In 2011 her company Delphine Publications won an African American Literary Award for Best Anthology as well as Tamika won for the second time Self Published Author of the Year. She was also nominated by the National Women in Business Association for the 2011 Entrepreneurial Spirit Award. In 2013 she was honored with the Author of Distinction E. Lynn Harris Award. Her latest award for the 2013 African American Literary Award for self published author of the year.  Along with Delphine Publications, Tamika is the founder and President of African Americans on the Move Book Club (AAMBC) – an online book club and radio show catering to avid readers across the nation. She is also CEO of Obsessive Soul Media


    I was born and raised in Nassau, The Bahamas. My husband kidnapped me eleven years ago, just kidding - I came willingly, and brought me to the Washington, DC metro area where I now live with our three young children a son and two daughters. My husband and I have our own business that I do all of the admin and bookkeeping for. I also provide admin and bookkeeping services to another small business. I graduated in 2011 from Midland Lutheran University with a BFA  degree in Creative Writing.


    The Dating Game is an anthology of the hush and lows of dating in the millennium. The book will have you cheering, laughing, and crying out loud.

  • 02:05

    Authors on the Rise Presents: Alicia L. McCalla and Tamika Newhouse

    in Social Networking

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    Alicia L. McCalla -  It took thirty years for Alicia to accept her calling as a writer of "unusual stories." Always writing edgy tales that pushed the envelope.  She learned to hide her violent, controversial, heart-pumping, and tragically romantic stories from family and friends.  It wasn't until she joined a writing organization that she began to share her stories openly and take the plunge. Alicia writes for both new adults and adults with her brand of multicultural supernatural thrillers, urban fantasy, paranormal, and horror. Her stories always include strong women heroines who fight back, sometimes to the death.


    Tamika Newhouse - Tamika Newhouse is a self-published bestselling author who founded Delphine Publications.  In 2010 she was inducted into Who’s who in Black San Antonio and she landed a major publishing deal without an agent and still continues to write independent projects. In 2011 her company Delphine Publications won an African American Literary Award for Best Anthology as well as Tamika won for the second time Self Published Author of the Year. In 2013 she was honored with the Author of Distinction E. Lynn Harris Award. Her latest award for the 2013 African American Literary Award for self published author of the year. Along with Delphine Publications, Tamika is the founder and President of African Americans on the Move Book Club (AAMBC) – an online book club and radio show catering to avid readers across the nation. She is also CEO of Obsessive Soul Media. With future projects in the works from short films, stage plays and much more. She has been featured in Uptown Magazine, Essence, Hello Beautiful, Juicy Magazine, and in Vibe Vixen Magazine.


    Check us out:  http://tobtr.com/7443019


     


     

  • 00:45

    SWAG Presents: LYVBH and Yvette Bentley

    in Books

    Tonight Yara Kaleemah will be talking with Kenyetta York of Let Your Voice Be Heard and Yvette Bentely, a life coach and author. 



    LYVBH originated in 2013 when activist and survivor Kenni York decided to utilize her talent and noterity to raise awareness. Combined, the first two LYVBH events  raised nearly $6000, which was donated to the beneficiary Day League (formerly known as DeKalb Rape Crisis Center. Past sponsors have included Uber, Twainns Billards, Delphine Publications, VMag Tv, and Stella and Dots just to name a few. The objective of the event is simple: to raise funds to aid in providing resources to abuse victims but most importantly to educate our communities about the growing epidemic.
     


    A native of Louisville, KY, Yvette Wilson Bentley graduated from high school in 1982, completed a Business and Office Certification program and has worked in clerical administration & customer service for over twenty-five years.  


     


    Yvette has always enjoyed creative writing but it wasn’t until recent years that she decided to pursue an active career in becoming an author.  Yvette used a self-publishing company for her first book, Enhancing the Journey, in January 2012 but decided that she would pursue future publishing projects under her new self-publishing umbrella, Words 2 Life, LLC, which has to date published ENHANCING THE JOURNEY: The Journey Journal as well as The Journaling Companion.

  • 00:33

    WWIAAL with DJ Gatsby - Tamika Newhouse & The Delphine Publications Authors

    in Entertainment

    Tamika Newhouse is a self-published bestselling author who founded Delphine Publications, at the age of 21; Tamika appeared on various bestseller lists and won Self Published Author of the Year at the 2009 African American Literary Awards only 9 months after her debut novel. In 2010 she was inducted into Who’s who in Black San Antonio. 


    LaShanta Charles  In high school, she began letting her classmates read the short stories that she would write and based off of their feedback, her passion for writing pushed her to become a published author. She published her debut novel, Lovely Lies, in 2013 


    Tiss Devane Her first love is fiction. Her passion for storytelling can be traced back to the often funny but always captivating stories she heard while growing up which ignited her imagination and sparked her creativity.


    Jamie Dossie: Growing up where people didn’t express their dreams she shied away from telling people that she wanted to be a Well-known Published Author someday. She has written two books with one on its way of being published called “Double Back”. 


    Stacey Covington has written multiple manuals and training guides. However, it was her love for literature that led her to pin several short stories and three fictional novels. Her first published and well received novel, The Knife in My Back, was released by Delphine Publications November 2012. 

  • 00:31

    The Sports Journal's Hockey Hour: Playoff Races, Format and Expanded Replay

    in Sports

    Welcome to the inagural episode of H4TV and the Sports Journal's Hockey Hour. Each week, host Brian Sausa will be joined by colleagues to discuss relevant topics and privide insightful analysis in the world of NHL hockey.


    This week's guest hockey analys


    ts are H4TV's Zander Manning and Vinnie Criscenzo.


    This Week's Topics will include an in-depth divisional roundup with an eye on the playoff races. We will pause to take notice of teams and current events like:


    -Predators going fro broke in SMASHville


    -Five points separate four teams in Metropolitan


    -Can Tampa Bay or Detroit overcome Carey Price and the Canadiens in the Atlantic?


    -How far can the Anaheim Ducks go?


    -Should the NHL look into expanding replay?


    -How do we feel about the trial playoff format?


    That and more on the first episode of the Sports Journal's Hockey Hour.

  • 00:29

    Let's talk about success & happiness with Delphine Allen

    in Motivation

    Delphine Allen is the founder of DLA Empowerment Life Coaching, LLC, and a founding partner with the John Maxwell Team.   For life empowerment strategist and professional coach, Delphine Allen, it’s all about helping her clients live the life they love!  According to Delphine, “the key is to get my clients to take action!”  Delphine naturally inspires her clients to live each day with passion.  Our highest priority is to empower our client’s thinking to create a successful life.


    Connect with Delphine at www.DelphineAllen.com 


    Thank you for joining us today!


    Big hugs from all of us at 40DayLoveFest.com 

  • 00:50

    Chatting with Author Jamie Dossie

    in Books

    Jamie Dossie is the oldest daughter of three girls. Jamie was born and raised in Chicago


    Illinois. She fell in love with urban novels, after her mom gave her a book by Terry McMillan


    called-Mama. After reading that book she began to read another and noticed that the books


    was similar to the life she was living or have seen others live. At that very moment she knew


    that these were the kind of books she wanted to write someday. She could relate it moved her,


    to want to write the same type of books she was intrigued that books were being written about


    this urban life.


    After the passing of her mom she began to write notebooks full of poems and short stories. She


    knew it was a way to cope with her pain; she used this time to build her writing skills. As she


    was growing up people didn’t express their dreams too often which made her shy away from


    telling people that she wanted to be a well-known published author someday.


    Jamie is always looking to improve her writing craft. She has a long list of great authors that she


    would love to work with someday. She has written two books with one being published called


    “Double Back.” She would like to tell everyone to always follow their dreams, if not someone


    else will dream and live it for you. She is currently living in Chicago with her children and is


    brain storming on her future projects. And she is currently working on “Double Back 3"

  • 00:30

    Delphine Diaw Diallo, Shooting Stars

    in Motivation

    Our Guest: A graduate from the Académie Charpentier School of Visual Art in Paris in 1999, she worked in the music industry for seven years. Disillusioned by a world driven by mass consumption, she left her work environment and found refuge in Saint-Louis, Senegal, hometown of her father. She discovered her extended family and started portraying them. Delphine then creates the Magic photo studio, homage to Malick Sidibé’s photo studio. She adds collages, drawings and colors to her photographs, to underline the emotions of her subjects and tell the whole story. In 2008, the French-Senegalese photographer moves to New York to live her artistic life, considering that Paris is not the right place for an artist to emerge. She realizes that mixing mediums of expression is a powerful way to describe the world she is trying to capture. On a trip back to Paris, she met Peter Beard and shares her first series of mixed media portraits. Impressed with her creativity and spontaneity, he offers her to collaborate for the Pirelli calendar photo shoot in Botswana. In August 2010, she travels to the Crow country. It opens her to a completely new world, a greater and new vision. She witnesses a progressive resistance among the Crow members, reviving their traditions and rituals. Delphine is amazed by their hospitality and their kindness, a very different experience from the negative image of Native Americans often broadcasted by media. Besides the spirituality and symbolism of their dances, she feels the urge to portray family reunions. The elders recount stories to the young crowd, leaving their western clothes behind to dress like real Indians. Delphine Diaw Diallo is transformed, she believes her art connects with spirits and hopes spirits will help detach humans from the material world. In 2012, Smithsonian named DelphineDiallo one of Photography’s Emerging Stars.