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Welcome to the ER. ER stands for Emancipated Radio. Our goal is to bring a sounding board ministry to the body of Christ for those who wish to fellowship around the glorious truths of the gospel of grace. We believe that when Jesus said "Whom the son sets free is free indeed", He really meant it. He has EMANCIPATED us which means He has set us free! ER's mission is to promote the completely finished work of Christ as the basis for freedom to every believer. Listen in as we proclaim out loud the priceless, radical grace of Christ to believers and non-believers alike. http://emancipatedradio.com
A fictionsal account of a true story involving someone who emancipated from his flock, family and personal identity. Written by yours truly. It's a hypo-series.
Povery makes people suspicious and the residents of Villa Azul who live in the crossroads of the San Fernando Valley are no different. An influx of Section 8 recipients have invaded the lot, some with life skills and some with life perils. Some of the tenants are jovial comrades while others are plotting Sherlocks, wondering when the schizophrenic onsite manager will uproot their fragile existence next. Aram, a quiet man, who resides in 2B seems to be a steady man with few external interests. When the apple cart of Villa Azul is uncovered, the whole tenancy issue may backfire and no one will survive the wrath of the management and housing authority.
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Tonight's special guest is Christy Lynn Abram from Washington, a childhood abuse survivor and author of "Little Miss Somebody," a novel based on her experiences. For many years she endured abuse and abandonment at the hands of her mother, a violent alcoholic. Year after year her abuse increased. She writes, "By the age of 12, I was left alone in an abandoned apartment to fend for myself for weeks." Her mother's actions made her feel worthless, hopeless and isolated in solitude. Christy says, "I became consumed with anger and pain." Although her mother treated her poorly, she followed her mom wherever she went .. to St. Louis, Washington, Florida, Ohio and California. "I was passed around from one relative to another, molested and left to fend for myself." she explains. Her mother "constantly berated me and told me I would never be anybody. At the age of 16, I was emancipated and living alone pregnant with my first child. By the age of 21, I had 3 children and was involved in a abuse marriage." She goes on, "I felt worthless. My sorrow was so deep, I felt like I could never find my way out. I was in and out of mental health treatment centers, each time with a new diagnosis and medication." She struggled with depression for 15 years, survived 3 suicide attempts and eventually continued the cycle of abuse I inherited from her mother. Her road to recovery has taken time. "As a spiritual person, I believe God puts us in the right place so we can discover our purpose through life's lessons," she says. "With all of my being, I believe my experiences have made me a better person." Christy now works as a mental health counselor and mentor to young women who have experiences similar to her own.
Join The Gist of Freedom with host Natasha Demosthene and guest Professor Paul Ortiz. Vicente Guerrero, Mexico’s first black president and other iconic revolutionaries will be discussed.
Black Mexican President Ended Slavery!
During the Civil War Slavers fled to and hid blacks in Gavelston, Texas! Vicente Guerrero, Mexico’s first black president Abolished Slavery, Assisted Escaping Blacks and Fought Texas!
Texas President Sam Houston lamented that " two valuable negro boys for which I had paid in cash $2100 previous to my visit to Nashville, ran away last spring to Mexico. Thus you can see I am in bad luck."
Just two and a half months after Mexico abolished slavery, officials were uneasy about the numbers of new European Americans settling within Mexico and they attempted to curb the number of newcomers.
In 1830, Mexico decreed that foreigners could not cross the border without obtaining a passport issued by Mexican agents.Texans did not respect the MEXICAN border in their pursuits of Freed Blacks. In 1855, Captain James Callahan of the Texas Rangers entered Mexico in an attempt to recapture self-emancipated Africans.
It's FRIDAY NIGHT DRUNKEN TRIVIA! The only game show where the consolation prize is YOU GET DRUNK!
This week we kick off our special Quick Draw weekend with actor Nick Brown. Which desperado will be quicker on the draw in this drunken showdown of Old West Trivia: Deputy Eli Brocias or our very own Drunken Dandy? Will either of our contestants make it through this old timey episode without succumbing to Gout, Small Pox or Cholera? Can Saucey shoot straight enough to take down his most formidable opponent yet, or will he wind up at the end of a rope?
Strap on your spurs and tune in Friday for all the Badass Frontier Trivia we can Gatling Gun into your Emancipated Ear Holes.
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On this week's Cop Block Open Carry show we will have on Luis Mises from Emancipated Human. Luis is very involved as a activist. Open carry, cop watch and more. We will talk to him about what he has been doing and what Emancipated Human is all about. Second, we will talk about four arrest in the last two weeks on peaceful cop watchers who choose to open carry. We will talk further about what's going on in Arlington, Texas. Official oppression!!!!!! After that, we will have on our lawyer pal from last week Scott Phillips. We want to get his opinion from a lawyers point of view, on the arrest the past weekend. Finally, we will take a stupendous amount of phone calls and answer all the questions we can. this is going to be action packed, So BUCKLE UP!! Tune in, call in, and share this message! Share to Facebook, twitter, and all other outlets you can. We appreciate any and all support. 9PM Central time Friday!!! Call in number. (347) 857-4397
SPONSORED BY MARK PITTMAN--Endless comparisons to modern-day youth versus the youth of its previous generations can be made to show vast differences--almost complete opposites of the other, in fact, and not for the better. Many changes in society and the mindsets of their elders can be attibuted to the vast changes, but one change that has been the master wrecking ball change has been the increase of government interference into the household and the virtual removal of parental rights. Almost all of the government's brilliant changes have fast-tracked our children's entry into adulthood without properly preparing them for the transition OR actually legally cerifying them as adults. The laws are their own contradiction, stripping parents of the right to raise their child, yet holding the parents responsible for the messy situations the children under 18 get into because the government gave them a free pass around their parents' rules. For society on a whole, it's an injustice to a child's well-balanced upbringing--for Black America, fast-tracking a teen's development justifies the pre-conceived dehumanization of our children's innocence and subjects them to accountabilities they shouldn't truly own, and allows the extreme punishments to be rendered by a biased society. With the new-age "not-really-emancipated-emancipated child", do parents have to step back and let their child go the hard road? Or do we fight all the way to the legal age? Join in tonight at 10:30 pm EST by calling 347-327-9967.
Inventor and Farmer, Andrew Beard~Born in Alabama in 1849, Andrew Beard spent the first fifteen years enslaved on a small farm in Alabama. A year after he was emancipated, he got married and became a farmer in a small city outside of Birmingham. While in Birmingham, he was able to develop and champion his first invention (a plow). Three years later, he patented a second plow. These two inventions earned him almost $10,000, with which he began to invest in real estate.
Tune in tonight to The Gist of Freedom as we discuss the history of Black Farmers with Gary R. Grant. Mr. Grant is the president of The Black Farmers and Agriculturalists Association.
Read Mr. Grant's paper "Black Farmers United: The
Struggle Against Power and Principalities"
The authors are the President of the Black Farmers
and Agriculturalists Association, Tillery, NC,
Assistant Professor of Sociology at Kansas State
University, and doctoral candidate in Sociology at
Kansas State University, respectively.
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Following his stint in real-estate, Andrew Beard began to work with and study engines. In 1892, he filed a patent for an improvement to the rotary steam engine.
Mr. Beard was inducted into the National Inventors Hall of Fame in Akron, Ohio for his work on railroad coupler design.Andrew Beard invented the JENNY coupler for railroad cars.
Little is known about the period of time from Beard's last patent application in 1897 up until his death. He died in 1921.
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Join The Gist of freedom and host Roy Paul at The Still Family's 145th Reunion!
The Underground Railroad First Family ~The Still Family William Still, Dr. James Still and Peter
Gist-Still The Gist of Freedom is Still Faith chronicles the faithful ties that bound three incredible families of activists; all from an array of generations and races. The Still Brothers of The Historical Underground Railroad Family;
Peter Gist-Still, Self-emancipated and authors Dr. James Still (The Recollections of Dr. James Still and William Still 1821-1902 (The Underground Railroad);
Dr. James Still's book http://archive.org/details/earlyrecollectio00stil
Peter Gist-Still's book http://docsouth.unc.edu/neh/pickard/menu.html
William Still's book http://www.gutenberg.org/ebooks/15263
Join The Gist of Freedom host Preston Washington as we listen to Voting Rights Act Speeches by Fannie Lou Hamer, President Lyndon Johnson and Freedom Rider Congressman John Lewis: Sojourner Truth and all other New York enslaved Blacks were emancipated on The 4th of July, 1827. In 1799 the New York Legislature passed "An Act for the Gradual Abolition of Slavery" with only token opposition. It provided for gradual manumission. The law freed all children born to slave women after July 4, 1799, but not at once. The males became free at 28, the females at 25. Till then, they would be the property of the mother's slaver. Slaves already in servitude before July 4, 1799, remained slaves for life, though they were reclassified as "indentured servants." The law sidestepped all question of legal and civil rights, thus avoiding the objections that had blocked the earlier bill.
Blessed is Our Creator!!! Blessed Souls our next program is due for broadcast on 1/30/14 at 10:00 AM live from Turtle Island=the USA=Unifying Souls Actually. We plan to vibe out on the opportunity concerning a change of heart a human being may experience. This change can be preceded by he/she after having been unshackled from a previous state of physical, intellectual, emotional or spiritual bondage. Yet, he/she may prefer their previous restricted conditions in relation to the golden opportunity of living truly independently via engaging in knowing our Blessed Creator via Divine Instruction AKA Torah. Meanwhile, may the Most High Creator Bless you and your loved ones peacefully and pleasantly!!!