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Lancaster, Pennsylvania is the sort of town of which there are many hundred all across America: post-industrial, blue collar and, on occasion, more than a little bleak. As is so often the case though, it is in these relative backwards towns that authentic, compelling creativity truly thrives - the monotony of the landscape punctuated by brilliant flares of art. FROM ASHES TO NEW are one such flare; a thoroughly modern rock band wielding both a state-of-the-art sound and an old-as-the-hills work ethic. Formed barely two years ago by vocalist, programmer and creative mastermind Matt Brandyberry, the sextet consists of the cream of Lancaster’s underground scene. With the assistance of producer Grant McFarland, FATN set about molding their rap/rock hybrid into a sky-scrapingly monolithic proposition. And if recent four-track EP Downfall was a glistening opening gambit, then the forthcoming full-length album will radiate with the fire of a thousand suns. A fearsome mix of contemporary metalcore crunch and soul-searching rap, the band are already punching with a heavyweight strength that belies their so far brief career. It’s a potent approach galvanized further by the background from which the band all come from. Blessed with honesty, integrity, grit, determination and, most vitally, a genuinely devastating arsenal of gut-mangling tunes – FROM ASHES TO NEW have got all the ingredients to turn your world, and the entire scene, on its head. For more information, visit fromashestonew.com and pick up a copy of their EP Downfall featuring the hit single 'Through It All.'
Join Pastor A.F. Riggins every Sunday night for RAP IT UP LIVE! Call in and join the discussion on tonight's topic, "If ALL lives really matter why do we see such disdain and rush to point the finger of blame in the direction of #BlackLivesMatter advocates?" We all have a voice, let yours be heard on the issues that impact all of us! Call in and join Pastor A.F. Riggins on RAP IT UP LIVE!
The common community has many issues to address. Economic, educational, & family regulations that matter. It is the community's responsibility to either make or break policies that matter. Join us this episode as we discuss the community.
This is a program to help look at problems and come up with ways to solve these problems, plus a jazz legend and historical of those who have provided us the listener with new ideas in music.
THIS EPISODE OF BODY COUNT RADIO WE WILL HAVE SPECIAL GUESTS OOOPS AND BILL COLLECTOR ON TONIGHT. OOOPS WILL BE TALKING ABOUT HIS UPCOMING BATTLE ON BST3, POSSIBLE BATTLES, AND MUCH MORE. BILL COLLECTOR WILL BE TALKING ABOUT HIS DEBUT ON RARE BREED ENTERTAINMENT V.S. JAI, UPCOMING BATTLES AND MUCH MORE. WE ALSO WILL BE TALKING ABOUT BATTLES THAT JUST DROPPED AND WHO TO LOOK OUT FOR. YOU DON'T WANT TO MISS A MINUTE OF THIS! CALL UP 646-200-3462 TO LISTEN, PRESS 1 TO TALK. TO LISTEN LIVE, GO TO WWW.BLOGTALKRADIO.COM/VPDEEZY. FOLLOW US ON TWITTER @VPDEEZY @BKA_JAQUECE @MSFAVDARKSIN @OKRRADIO. ON IG @VPDEEZY @BKA_JAQUECE @NICEELOOK_NIKKO @OKRRADIO. FOLLOW OUR ENTERTAINMENT GROUP ON FB CALLED OKRADIO AND LIKE OUR FACEBOOK PAGE AT OFFICIAL KULTURE RADIO. LIKE, SUBSCRIBE AND COMMENT ON OUR YOUTUBE PAGE AT "THE OKRRADIO
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8-17-15 The Line up:
- Interview With Trey Tone 10:30 (Follow @Tr3yTone)
- Interview With Jaemyth 11:00 (Follow @Jaemyth)
- Debate Topic "Rap Beef vs Street Beef" (The Same Or Nah)
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This week on #PotStockRadio Eric Butz @PotStockEric Ryan Godfrey @ryanmgodfrey and Chris Trace @supergravy welcome Lucas Marin who's the Sr. Vice President and Co-Founder of Grow BLOX Sciences. GB Sciences is playing an active role in transforming the cannabis industry and the biopharmaceutical industries so they will be like one in better serving the needs of patients.
We'll also have Alan Brochstein on to end the show and talk about how excited he is about what's going on in the MMJ sector. He's more excited than he's been since 2013 and we're looking forward to hearing about it!
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Samiyyah Saafir-Muhammad was born Jacqueline Glover in New York City in 1951. After spending her early years in foster care, moving four times before the age of three, she settled in with her aunt, following her father’s passing.
While still in elementary school Samiyyah took an interest in helping other students do well, joining “The Future Teachers’ Club” in the fifth grade. As a high school student, Samiyyah became aware her people’s struggle for freedom—witnessing civil rights demonstrations, protests, assassinations and riots—and decided she wanted to help somehow. It was in this atmosphere that she went off to Northeastern University in Boston where she majored in Education. Her stay there was short-lived, however, as she was introduced to the teachings of The Honorable Elijah Muhammad and thereafter joined the Nation of Islam. Within the Nation of Islam’s Muhammad University, Samiyyah underwent educational training and worked as a teacher’s assistant.
Since 2005, Samiyyah has had the privilege of serving as the Directress at Muhammad University of Islam in Atlanta, which serves students from Pre-K to the eighth grade. She has been blessed to carry on the 84-year educational tradition, which was started by the Honorable Elijah Muhammad and his brave followers in the 1930’s.
A widow after 35 years of marriage, Samiyyah presently enjoys the blessing of her and her husband’s nine children: six sons and three daughters, all of whom attended or are attending HBCUs. Samiyyah has been a mother to not only her nine children, but also to her two stepchildren, her nieces and nephews, her eight grandchildren and countless other children and adults in the community who come to her for advice, wisdom and guidance. Affectionately called MamaMiyyah, Samiyyah’s house is never empty.
Join Joe Enroughty, Jeff Kleb, Jeffry Sanford, and our new co-host Andy Craig on Monday, August 31st, at 7 PM Eastern, as we welcome Libertarian Carl Loser to the program. Carl is running for the Virginia Senate in the 10th District and will discuss his campaign, his popular campaign rap song written by his campaign manager Corey Fauconier, and his stunning performance at a recent candidate forum, that has everybody talking. We'll also discuss the phenomenon that is "The Donald." Love him or hate him, you have to admit he's surprised everyone that's paying attention to the 2016 Presidential race. Other candidates will be discussed also. Join us for a show you won't want to miss! The call-in number for the show is: (347)-994-2949.
America Never Abolished Slavery
This past Black History Month, millions of students were told the story of how America abolished slavery 150 years ago with ratification of the 13th Amendment. The story draws an upward trajectory of racial equality in America from the abolition of slavery to Brown v. Board of Education to the Civil Rights Act to the election of President Obama.
The problem is the story isn't true. We never actually abolished slavery. The 13th Amendment states:
Neither slavery nor involuntary servitude, except as a punishment for crime whereof the party shall have been duly convicted, shall exist within the United States, or any place subject to their jurisdiction.
"...except as a punishment for crime..." This phrase gets ignored in America's telling of its slavery story. The 13th Amendment did not abolish slavery but rather moved it from the plantation to the prison. In 2015, the 2 million (largely Black) people incarcerated in America are legally considered slaves under the Constitution. As a result, they can and are forced to work for pennies an hour with the profits going to counties, states and private corporations including Target, Revlon and Whole Foods. In fact, there are more Black people enslaved today than in 1800.
This is no accident. In The New Jim Crow, Michelle Alexander lays out how a system of Jim Crow replaced slavery and later how a system of mass incarceration rose to replace Jim Crow. During Reconstruction, Southern states quickly took advantage of the 13th Amendment's slavery loophole by arresting Black people for minor crimes such as unemployment, loitering or gambling, and selling them to private employers through the convict lease system. Today, the majority of Black people enslaved in prisons were arrested for drug crimes. Even though Black people use drugs at the same rate as White people, they are incarcerated .
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