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In this episode of Nicholas Snow Live, Nicholas and guest co-host Jen Houston (a singer/songwriter, actor, entrepreneur and ally of the LGBT community) expose the truth behind religious bigotry, and in fact, bigotry of all kinds, offering their perspectives on recent attempts to legalize descrimination in the State of Indiana and elsewhere. Jennifer also reveals her own past stuggle with the desire to descriminate against those with whom she vehemently disagrees. Nicholas is also honored to present music from Jen's new album, I Was Told There Would Be Pie.
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The SLV show returns the closer and the comic are back with the hottest new sports show on the webWe take one final look at the dumbest play call in NFL history and we examine if it was the dumbest play call in the history of Sports
The NFL off field problems continue Why is it the NFL has more off field issues then anyone else?
Chris Paul was he degrating women when he made the comment about the female referee Lauren Holtkamp
CHINA CHARGES USA WITH DESCRIMINATION, VISE PRESIDENT HOME SHOT AT AND BILLION FUNDS FERGESON PROTEST
A lot of people can't get jobs and many are held back due to credit checks and past convictions for non violent offenses. Is it time to end this and not have that as part of employment we will dig in tonight
The history of the YWCA is the history of progress in America.
Established in 1858 as a voice for women's issues, we opened the first employment bureau for women several years later. That was only the beginning of more than 150 years of active advocacy and programming for women's rights and civil rights.
We continue to evolve to meet today's challenges in eliminating racism and empowering women. We've shifted to a bottoms-up, grassroots structure. We've launched a revitalized brand that reaffirms the mission of working aggressively for women and people of color. And we're engaging women 18- to 34-years old to carry on the YWCA mission for years to come.
The YWCA advocacy issues reflect our mission and the values of our organization. We promote solutions to improve the lives of women, girls and people of color across the country.
From lobbying for pay equity and hate crimes legislation to the increased funding for Head Start and the Violence Against Women Act, the YWCA advocates on Capitol Hill while employees and volunteers empower women and girls in our communities.
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Evelyn Bowden talks about her E-Book titled Education:Only a Few Get It which gives her perspective of Public Education after over 15 years of active advocacy for the rights of children to get the best available education. She has witnessed first hand actions of School Boards, Superintendents, Principal and Classroom Teachers that are detrimental the education of children and youth. Ms. Bowden has also witnessed parents and commuities become willing participants to this process.
DESCRIMINATED AGAINST, STABBED, BEATNG, THREATENED, KILLED AND THE LIST GOES ON BUT DO WE UNDERSTAND THE HOMOSEXUAL AGENDA? MANY OTHER COUNTRIES AFRICA BANNING HOMOSEXUALS AND THE LIST GOES ON.
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THIS WEEK'S MESSAGE: The “isms” most common in American daily dialogue include sexism, racism, individualism and cynicism. However, there are over 200 different “isms.” Each term and its associated thoughts and actions represent a philosophical, political or moral doctrine or a belief system. In the United States today, our society’s philosophies, politics and belief systems vary in many ways and for many reasons. Some positions taken are viewed as essential to our country’s democracy. Most are honesty embraced by passionate believers. However, they all have at least one thing in common. They generally find a way to discriminate, in some form, against other Americans. Americans who, in spite of the realities, must also strive to live a full life. How have Americans historically succeeded and excelled against such odds?
Matthew C. Whitaker, Ph.D. is currently ASU Foundation Professor of History and the founding director of the Center for the Study of Race and Democracy. He holds a BA in sociology and a BA in history from Arizona State University and a Ph.D. in history from Michigan State University. He specializes in U.S. history, African American history and life, civil rights, race relations, social movements, sports and society, and the American West. He is also the owner and CEO of The Whitaker Group, LLC, a human relations, cultural competency, and diversity consulting firm. He is the author of a new book titled, “Peace Be Still: Modern Black America from World War II to Barack Obama.”
Today is the Debut of Political Incorrectness.Today's news, entertainment, sports, and opinion from a conservative viewpoint. I will not be holding back anything, and I won't put up with any bull. House wins at this lil casino. No Excuses. USA. Foreign Policy... Not our Problem. No Agenda over here so no promo on that movement.
A No Liberal zone. Topics tonight will include...
."Are conservatives really picking on Hillary?"
"Senate votes on renewed tax breaks"
"Gender Identity descrimination?" and "Doc Rivers". Also on the board is open call topics.
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Arizona passes bill allowing businesses to refuse service based on religion.
San Francisco: Girl Scout Selling Cookies At Pot Dispensary.
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Hosts Brian Roth and Matt Levi, two NYC comics who spend their days as a grad student and lawyer, respectively, will be wrestling with important issues like Grand Theft Auto V, breaking bad habits, and taking calls about relationships and legal quibbling. This is the only radio show where we ask the listeners for their advice. If you take any of our advice, you're a dumbass.