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Tonight we will talk about culture appropriation, and the importance of protecting our culture as well repectability policies that demonize African American culture!!! We will tear down myths and build unity. I'm also gone get messy and discuss this "alleged" beef (for the last time) between meeka mills and Aubrey. Along with some more celebrity gossip!!!! Get yo tea and have a seat honey and lets kiki
Join Vaccine Rights Attorney Alan Phillips, J.D. and special guest Dr. Tetyana Obukhanych, Ph.D., as they discuss vaccine recipients as high responders and low responders, the effectiveness of our immune system at preventing disease, which vaccines don't prevent disease transmission even if they prevent disease in the vaccine recipient, how passive immunity can protect immunocompromised people, and more! Email Attorney Phillips at firstname.lastname@example.org, find vaccine studies at vaccineresearchlibrary.com, and sign up for the Vaccine Rights E-Newsletter at vaccinerights.com/newslettersignup.html.
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We at Red Maryland have often chronicled how Maryland democrats have been no friends to working families. Another concrete example is an examination of the policies and laws that make Maryland one of the most expensive states in which to own a car.
We discuss the "small ball" of of Maryland Republicans who chose to focus on relatively insignificant, non-controversial issues for press attention while ignoring the greater challenges facing our state.
We introduce a new segment about Maryland history. In light of recent press about the Governor of Virginia trying to undermine Maryland's blue crab tradition, I share the centuries long history of our neighbors in Virginia being jerks to Marylanders.
We visit the "Fat Files" to discuss the Howard County Council's override of County Executive Kittleman's veto of the "vending machine" bill.
Michelle A. Roberts of Atlanta, Georgia, is a fighter and a winner. She describes her impressive life change in this way: “After being married for 17 years, I finally awakened to the realization that my drug-addicted husband was not going to change. I had remained in the marriage—for too long—largely for two reasons. One was because I thought no one would want a fat girl with three babies. The other, deeper reason was because I was not raised with my father and always longed for that relationship, so I clung to the hope that my husband would be the man who would fill that void. He did not. In fact, he put our children and me through the maddening frustrations and disappointments that come with sharing life with an addict. I became so depressed I began carrying 268 pounds on a five-foot frame. Finally, however, I took charge of my life. I had life-altering surgery,gastric bypass, and lost more than 110 pounds. I got a divorce, began a lifestyle of fitness, went back to school, and obtained bachelors, masters and is currently a Doctoral Candidate. I opened several businesses and authored several books. Yes,the years of schooling and attitude change were hard. Yes, I cried. Yes, I complained sometimes. But whenever I felt on the verge of giving up, I had only to look at my three children, and a fight for dear life would arise in me.”
Stevii specializes in creating concepts, leadership development, business mentorship and networking. Stevii’s primary goal is empowering women to tap into their God Given It Factor. She is an outstanding motivational speaker who connects with her audience through being authentic and showing them that they can truly take their lives to their next level of greatness. When you connect with Stevii you are guaranteed to have fun, learn and grow.
The answer to this question will surprise you! According to Gordon Duff, senior editor of Veterans Today, the overreach of local police began during the George W. Bush administration, when Michael Chertoff, who holds dual Israeli-American citizenship, became director of Homeland Security. The disturbing littany of programs and policies he carried out should raise flags of concern for all citizens.
Your host, Bob Kirkconnell, Author of American Heart of Darkness, will go deeply into what you are not being told. Listeners are welcome to call in!
Hosted By: Henry Allen-Muhammad
With Special Guest Hosts: Jason X and Forrest Muhammad
Unlawful Captives deals with the creation, sustaining, the politics, criminalization and the effects of The Prison Industrial Complex in America and World Wide.
Why are there more people incarcerated in America the rest of the free countries worldwide combined.
Why does America lock up drug user whereas other countries opt for treatment?
Prison Industrial Complex – Law – Above The Law – Black Lives Matter – #FTP – Police Corruption – Political Prisoners – Poverty Inmates – Post Traumatic Slave Syndrome – Police Brutality – Urban Concentration Camps – Militarization Of The Police Departments
Mama Rose as she is affectionately referred to, the founder of Know Thyself Academy, has a B.S. in Communications from the University of Texas at Austin, a M.S. in African American Studies from Prescott College and is currently an Education Doctoral student at Northeastern University. Mama Rose established Know Thyself Academy because she feels, just as the Catholics, Jews, Baptists, Episcopalians and Muslims, have schools that reinforce their teachings and beliefs, it
is necessary that African Americans do the same. It is not feasible to think that an oppressive curriculum and system will educate a child for liberation, therefore African Americans must no longer rely on the current system to educate and empower their children. Educational empowerment can only come after you acknowledge their own worth. An African Centered Education will provide African American children with the self-knowledge needed to free themselves from societal bondages. Mama' Rose's Graduate thesis, When you are Left Behind What do you do? What Core African Centered Practices and Policies might benefit African American students, is the basis for the African Centered Curriculum used at Know Thyself Academy.
For more information about the Know Thyself Academy, go to www.knowthyselfacademy.org
LET'S GET READY TO EVOLVE INTO HIGHER CONSCIOUSNESS...
Special Guests Ceefor Ebrahimi - Artistic Director - Singer SongWriter, Producer and Manager of THEC4BAND & Stephanie Baughman Humphries Ability Sober House Located - West Palm Beach, Florida - Sponsors The Shores Treatment & Recovery Program, Ability Sober House , All About Recovery Inc. , and Destination Hope Inc.
-APOLOGIES - WE SUFFERED UNFORESEEN TECHNICAL DIFFICULTIES JULY 26th - Join us this Week August 2nd as we regroup returning LIVE to continue our discussion about Relationships in Recovery-Our Guest/s this week include Joe W. an ACOA Member (Adult Child Of an Alcoholic) and Jane H. who heard of our efforts here on the Road to Recovery - and offered to come and share her own personal story relating to her up bringing. We are NOT Doctors or Counselors-(Although we may have guests such as these join us from time to time.) We are NOT Pyschologists, or Pyschiatrists - for the most part - WE ARE IN RECOVERY from our addicitions - haivng found a path through our problematic behaviors. We ARE Successful Business people/ Employees - gainfully Employed, Parents, Lovers, and Friends. Listen in as we share our Personal Stories and the intimate details that make us Grateful to Come forward accepting our disabilities yet moving forward with greater confidence than ever before. Our CALL-IN Number is 323-580-5755 or email us at email@example.com with your questions/comments/stories etc.. Our show airs EVERY SUNDAY EVENING FROM 7 to 9 PM CST be part of the process and join us on The ROAD TO RECOVERY! Maybe even Yours!
God’s servant, Reverend Richard Emzy Robinson, III humbly answered the call to ministry in 2004, under the leadership of Detoneal Cook; at Cottonwood Baptist Church, Del Valle, Texas. Reverend Robinson was licensed and ordained January 31, 2005. Since that time, Reverend Robinson has served as a Youth Minister and Associate Pastor. Reverend Robinson is also an active community leader, participating in various programs including: Drug Marketing Intervention (DMI) Program - Restorative Justice, Helping Hands Ministries for senior citizens, disabled persons, and single parents, and Coats for Kids (via the Junior League of Austin), to name a few.
Reverend Robinson is the Pastor and Founder of Trinity Tabernacle. The church was established in 2013, and officially opened its doors in March of 2015. Trinity Tabernacle specializes in ministry of deliverance. Trinity Tabernacle resolves to break down strong holds both spiritually and physically; through prayer and supplication, for it is “The house the Lord built.” Reverend Robinson’s mission is a lifelong expedition of spiritual hope, encouragement and empowerment to people everywhere.
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A lot of the tunnels that Drug lords like to use are payed for by ISIS, China, Russia, North Korea, Cuba, and other Communist nations as such.
All these Tunnels are to be used by ISIS in order to behead and burn Americans alive.
I even have other sources that can prove this.
Obama, Hillary Clinton, and John Kerry plus the Liberals, and Democrats, with the help of some republicans knew all about this ISIS - 3 Prong Attack - Invasion Plan and would like to see it happen whereby Americans are beheaded and burned alive.
Voices of the Cannabis War showcase the voices of the victims in the cannabis war! We show the trauma going on with those and those possess, sell or cultivate it . This week's theme is women in prison! You will hear from Stephanie Landa, Amy Pova, and Andrea Harps about their time in prison! You don't want to miss what these amazing women have to say! You will also hear from Craig Cesal who is serving a life sentence and possibly Jason Nelson, a federal plant prisoner from Oregon! Our plant prisoners earn less than 20cents an hour, often moved away from their families, and forced to live with murders and thieves. Over 50 are serving life sentences and have been in since the 80's. This show is an effort to remind the world of their sacrifices. Voices of Cannabis War is hosted by Eugene Fischer and Kristin Flor. It is presented to you by volunteers. Regular guests include Craig Cesal (serving life in prison), Stephanie Landa, Mindi Griffiths, Miggy 420 and many more!