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KB and the Revolutionary Ryders of Chocolate Sity fire up the knowledge and get high off the revolution!!! Drugs have had a tragic effect on the black community. Should marijuana be legalized? Why are drug dealers the new black superheros? Should we take the drugs that America considers "legal"? Minorities are incarcerated at record rates for drug related offenses, while whites receive lesser penalties. Get Down with the revolution, TUNE IN TO CHOCOLATE SITY SATURDAY AT 7:30PM!!!
REVOLUTIONARY RADIO FOR PROGRESSIVE BLACK PEOPLE!!!
It's not like there aren't many better ways to make money but selling drugs seems to generate revenue faster. It's not like there aren't better ways to feel good and confident but drugs seem to get people there faster.
How do we protect our young people from getting caught up in the life of drug elling and drug abusing?
Let's get right into this.
Do you know anyone that had the potential to do something great but chose to sell drugs?
Have you known anyone that lead an otherwise productive life EXCEPT that they had a little drug habit?
Have you ever lost a loved one to the drug game?
Do you think jail sentences for drug activity are given fairly?
Have you ever tried drugs of any kind?
What are your feelings about rehabilitation?
Do you think that it's easy to go straight after making money selling drugs successfully for a number of years?
Do you think that getting off of drugs is easier than people give it credit for?
Do you think that the Just say no campaign of the 80's was a good slogan?
What advice would you give to a young person that was in the beginning stages of selling or using drugs?
Drugs has become a way of life in America from the simply I need weed fix to other more dangerous drugs including pharmacy meds. We pop so many pills the side effects and reactions have us acting out in ways that are not in any sense normal. From beat downs murders to hate and sexual acts against children and rapes we are seeing more and more people hooked than ever before and it numbers are growing with the numbers of deaths from the very same at risk people.
In the days to which worshiping GOD was righteous, spotless and blamless...a man whom have taken up a wife and his children were respectable in the home and outside the home. This Man was the Priest of the Home...this is where we belong in GOD...this is the true Life of the Kingdom of GOD. The Kingdom Culture Community will take the lead in get you there..."The Kingdom Culture Community" -Taking It back To Our Roots!!!!!!
THE BCS EXPERIENCE:HISTORY-ARTS -CULTURE-POLOTICS IN REVIEW AND DISCUSSION
In this episode of Hope For Today Apostle Tony Brown Faire takes us on a journey to look at American culture. He will investigate through scripture to see if the Church is walking in the flesh. He will also help us a individual Christians to strenghten our walk with Christ and not walk in the flesh.
So tel your friends to join Tony Brown Faire right here on Blog Talk Radio as he tells us to Forget The Flesh The Down Fall of American Culture.
Gary Kushner @GaryKushner at Lunch with @DriveThruHR with @bryanwempen (Emeritus), @williamtincup & @thehrbuddy
DriveThruHR was designed to be a captivating and easy-to-digest lunch discourse that covers topics relevant to HR professionals. Each 30-minute episode features a guest speaker who shares her or his knowledge and experience in human resources. Our hosts and special guest cover a wealth of topics, including HR Technology, Recruiting, Talent Management, Leadership, Organizational Culture and Strategic HR, every day at 12:00 pm Central Time. The radio program is hosted by @bryanwempen (Emeritus), @williamtincup and @thehrbuddy The #1 HR show, with amazing HR conversations and follow us on the twitters at @drivethruhr and #dthr.
Our guests this morning are Dr. Sabrina Quinene, Tiffany Friedman and Adrienne Slaughter.
Dr. Sabrina Quinene is a Chiropractor who recently opened up her own private practice in Redondo Beach. Her passion is providing the South Bay community with the best Chiropractic care with an emphasis on Family Wellness and Women's Health issues. In addition to Chiropractic, she has a Breast Thermography Clinic that focuses on safe early breast cancer detection.
Tiffany Friedman is the proprietor of Haute Yogi located in the North End of Manhattan Beach. Given that her mother and grandmother had dance studios, it should come as no surprise that Tiffany was dancing as soon as she could walk. Dancing led to gymnastics which led to a professional career as an entertainer. She discovered Bikram Yoga and found that it facilitated her varied physical pursuits - including triathlons - and helped during rehab when she had injuries.
Adrienne Slaughter, an active Hermosa Beach resident, is a 2-time cancer survivor and has been an inspirational speaker since she was 16 years old. With an uplifting website, www.adriennespeaking.com, today she speaks professionally and is celebrating her 5th year of being "Breast Cancer Free" and 33 1/2 years of being cured of childhood bone cancer.
We’ve done a few shows this month focusing on Breast Cancer Awareness and thought we’d squeeze one more in before the month ends and at the same time, showcase a couple of local businesses and the amazing women behind them.
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This week I interviewed Kingsley Grant around how to to have a happier life even with a painful past.
Many people find the pursuit of happiness to be an elusive task. They go from one thing to another, one relationship to another, one job to another, one drug to another … seeking to find happiness.
Some do experience those momentary feelings of happiness and wish that it lasted longer than it did.
Why couldn’t they “hold” onto that happiness feeling? What interfered with the process?
What gets in the way of them having longer lasting happiness?
Is it fear?
Drama in their lives?
Past painful experiences?
Frustration with their current situation?
These are just some of the hindrances that gets in the way of longer lasting happiness.
Thanks for listening and find out more at www.TheIronJen.com/KingsleyGrant.
This week Karen Franklin and her daughter Laren King authors' of “Addicted Like Me”, discuss their addiction and how Step 8 and 9 helped them to move past it.
Step Eight: Made a list of all persons we had harmed, and became willing to make amends to them all.
Step Nine: Made direct amends to such people whenever possible, except when to do so would injure them or others.
What do these steps really mean and how can they help us to move into recovery and past our drug and alcohol addiction? These steps help us to truly begin the healing from our addiction, this week on Recovery Now!
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