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Anita M. Johnson is the CEO and Founder of G.E.A.R Life Motivations LME, LLC., INC. She is a Christian Coach which empoweres men and women for Success. She will on the show to inspire and impact women for Christian and Inspiratoinal Success. Diane Winbush will be your host for the broadcast. To learn more about us, go to www.boldwomenoffaith.com
Join AFRICAN AMERICAN TALK RADIO host and C.E.O. of The Black Wall Street Group Michael Bates Sr. and co-host Steve Conley as they discuss, "THE FILM BLACK FRIDAY."
Other topics of discussion will include: GROUP ECONOMICS, Dr. Claud Anderson's "POWER WITHIN YOU," Louisville, KY Judge Olu Stevens and his decision to dismiss a jury due to lack of African American jurors in the case and trial of an African American male, and more!
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Welcome to the Women of Golf Show!
This week Cindy & I speak with Pat Roque, The Business Boomer & Carolyn Sammarro - Co-founder of Bskinz.com and expert on “Your Power in Color”
Here's a little about Pat:
An award-winning marketer, keynote speaker and transformation coach, Pat Roque knows how to make business BOOM on and off the golf course. She teaches golf marketers and business professionals how to attract and engage their ideal clients. She’s a master connector and teaches systems to transform your life and grow your business NOW!
and about Carolyn:
Carolyn Sammarro is the co-founder of B-Skinz (est. 2007), a women's activewear manufacturer with a showroom located in Boonton, N.J. Carolyn is a member of the Rockaway River Country Club in NJ and appreciates the needs of busy women who desire flexible fashions that make them feel great both on and off the golf course. The company specializes in travel-friendly collections and produces everything here in the U.S.A.
Join Cindy & I Tuesday morning from 9-10AM Eastern www.blogtalkradio.com/womenofgolf
Today I take a look at the science that could save us, if we are allow to develop and use it. It is Graphene.
You were bred to be a slave in a tightly controlled society. Your chains are invisible. Your schools teach you to be content with your lot in life while they train you to follow orders. Your history has been changed, gradually. Your grandfather knew more than your father and less than his. You are poisoned at birth by Mercury contaminated vaccines. A time bomb, if you will. The poisoning continues throughout your teenage years and adulthood Clayton R. Douglas email@example.com www.freeamerican.com www.shop.freeamerican.com
Discuss the topic of African American Participation in Clinical Trials with a physician and thought Leader.
The Total Tutor Neil Haley will interview NCAA All-American NBA All-Star Kenny Anderson.
Kenneth "Kenny" Anderson is a retired American basketball player. After a college career at Georgia Institute of Technology, he played point guard professionally from 1991 to 2006, mostly in the National Basketball Association.
Mr. Chibbs: Basketball Is Easy, Life Is Hard,” a sports documentary that will chronicle the life of retired NBA All-Star and legendary Georgia Tech point guard, Kenny Anderson. Regarded as one of the best high school basketball prospects ever to come out of New York City, Mr. Chibbs is also known as one of the best ball-handlers and scorers to ever play in the NBA and Division 1 NCAA men’s basketball.
Go to www.mrchibbs.com for more info about the film.
The Dr. Kim Show American Justice Series Part I
"The Steep Cost Of Incarceration On Women Of Color."
10:00 am - 11:00 am (MST)
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The Dr. Kim Show American Justice Series Part I "The Steep Cost Of Incarceration On Women Of Color." Thousands of women are shouldering the financial burden of incarceration of a loved one, particularly in black communities. Join Dr. Kim in the studio as we discuss this epidemic of women of color and incarceration.
According to data from a CNN/Kaiser Family Foundation poll on race in America, 55% of black Americans said they either had been incarcerated themselves or had a close friend or family member who had been incarcerated compared to 36% of whites and 39% of Hispanics. Among these black Americans, nearly two-thirds said they earned less than $50,000 a year and only 21% said they had earned a college degree.
The financial costs of incarceration are steep. Inmates can be assessed fees for their daily stay in jail, probation and phone calls. In some cases, inmates accrued thousands of dollars in prison-related debt. Once released, many former inmates find that employers are reluctant to hire people with criminal records. As a result, it's often female relatives who are left footing a large percentage of the bills.
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