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For the month of March, we will be celebrating Women's History Month. This week our special guest is Mrs. Yvette Pegues. We will be discussing how women can make history when being the Unthinkable Woman.
Mrs. Yvette Pegues, M.ED, is celebrated worldwide for her 1st Responder efforts. She began working primarily in schools, alongside teachers, serving children with disabilities. Today, her Adaptability Coaching & Disability Expertise is critical to Corporate Diversity training, Military reintegration & (new/existing) Construction Accessibility services to help re-build the differently-abled. She is a Center for Leadership in Disability CAC Advisory Board Member at GA State Univ. & National Spokesperson for Camp Dream GA.
Mrs. Pegues is the Founder & CTO (Chief Transformation Officer) of Your Invisible Disability Group and thought leader of the 4/4’s Signature Program Pillars © for Newly Disabled & Diagnosed persons in her book, The “Art of Adaptability.” She co-authored, My Mommy had Brain Surgery & I'm Okay! with her sons, Isaiah (7) and Elijah (5) - featured in the Shepherd Hospital Rehab Center’s quarterly magazine, The Spinal Column. Featured: US Depart. of Ed vlog, the Nationally syndicated: Doctors Show, Atlanta Parent Magazine, Sixes Living Magazine as well as many other publications and appearances. April 2014, she won the state title of Ms. Wheelchair Georgia, and in July 2014,she became the 1st woman of color to WIN the title of, “Ms. Wheelchair USA in its 17 year history. During her reign, she will promote an all-inclusive, nationwide, platform to help children write & publish books – turning #Storms2Stories through “Dream. Write. Hope. University…a “Legacy of Literature.”
TONIGHT: Listen to The African History Network Show, Thursday, March, 26th, 8:00pm-10:00pm EST (5:00pm-7:00pm PST) with host Michael Imhotep. We’ll discuss “How The Media Convinces You That Most Criminals Are Black”. Call in with your Questions/Comments and listen LIVE at 914-338-1375 or listen online at http://www.blogtalkradio.com/theafricanhistorynetworkshow/2015/03/27/how-the-media-convinces-you-that-most-criminals-are-black.
Call in with your Questions/Comments at 914-338-1375. Listen to the show at http://www.blogtalkradio.com/theafricanhistorynetworkshow or by phone LIVE at (914) 338-1375 or visit www.AfricanHistoryNetwork.com. Call in with your Questions/Comments at (914) 338-1375.
Acts of generosity, big or small, always generate miracles of life. Generosity begets generosity and creates a circular flow of compassion and gratitude. Sharing is the true language of interdependence, and life invites us to be generous both in giving and in receiving. When we live out of a spirit of sharing, we come to know the full meaning of loving-kindness. Sharing is not to be thought of simply in material terms, for there is also the generosity of judgment, of patience, of forgiveness, of gentle presence.When the law of scarcity is foremost in our thoughts, human nature expresses itself in terms of acquisitive desire. This need to acquire is built on a fear of lack. We compete for what we think will run out, what there cannot possibly be enough of: divine favor, parental love, the affections of others, commodities, natural resources. We create categories of the chosen and the unchosen, suffer sibling rivalry and jealous murder, and wage war over land, oil and water resources. The human propensity to possess, and to protect possession, forms the basis of strife and injustice. Violence grows out of rivalry, and rivalry out of a notion of scarcity. The truth of the matter is that this passion for acquisition robs us of life. As Joseph Campbell puts it, We should not expect good to come to us but rather to flow out from us
This Thursday 26th March at 7 pm CT
I am priviliged to have Eric Jewell as my guest
Eric Jewell was with US Army Intelligence in Central America during the Reagan Administration. After leaving the intelligence gig, and on through to the present day, he has worked toward educating those around him in regards to the blatant attacks upon the American constitution, personal liberty and the Nation's prosperity.
He has been an IT techie, a researcher and a writer. His fields of study include civics, current events, world politics, world history, biblical history as in: the history of the biblical manuscripts, church history, the history of the Jews, and world history going back to the Mesopatamians. He also studies cosmology, string theory, inflationary theory, and paleontology.
He has also taken the fight back to the trolls employed by the NSA and the british intelligence agencies, exposing them openly in front of the audience they are paid to disrupt and run off.
He very recently founded a group known as "The American Constitution Restoration Party". This is a group dedicated to actively WORK to restore the American constitution, by taking ACTION, walking the walk as opposed to simply talking the talk. You can find him now at:
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Really Cool People...all across the country will be tuning-in to "The BCS Experience: History-Arts-Culture-Politics in Review & Discussion" – live – every Wednesday – 5-6 pm (EST) on www.goproradio.com.
My special guest(s) for this week's show (Wednesday – March 25, 2015) is/are – Rev. Dr. DLC Boyce and: “Let's Talk-U” - my brand new...monthly...advice program...to help you...become a better you. Get...live...on air...Professional Advice...FREE...!!!
This week’s topic: “What are the major counseling/mental health issues facing the African Diaspora Community Today...???”
TUC Radio is produced by Maria Gilardin
Maria Gilardin learned radio in the KPFA news department in 1980 and was one of the founders of the women's department. She co-wrote the GATT Guide for the Earth Summit in Rio, was founding producer of the national weekly public-affairs show Making Contact, and is a member of the International Forum on Globalization. Since 1993, Maria has written and produced radio on global trade and great ideas of local resistance to globalization.
About this series: "An Indigenous Peoples' History of the United States"
About the author: Roxanne Dunbar-Ortiz grew up in rural Oklahoma, the daughter of a tenant farmer and part-Indian mother. She holds a Ph.D. in history and is an activist in the international Indigenous movement for more than four decades.
This first part of the program brings you Dunbar-Ortiz' description of North America before invasion, the emergence of the US concept of a chosen people, the development of the role of the US military as a force for genocide that seamlessly transitioned into the US foreign wars, the role of militias, a brief history of AIM, the American Indian Movement, and the consequences of the Gold Rush in California.
During Q&A Dunbar-Ortiz was asked about an earlier book by her. The Great Sioux Nation, published in 1977, came out of the 1974 Wounded Knee trials where Dunbar-Ortiz was an expert witness.
Dunbar-Ortiz is the author or editor of seven other books, including Roots of Resistance: A History of Land Tenure in New Mexico; The Great Sioux Nation; Red Dirt: Growing Up Okie, and Blood on the Border: Memoir of the Contra War. She lives in San Francisco.
I recorded Roxanne Dunbar-Ortiz on Dec. 4, 2014, at Green Apple, one of the last used bookstores in San Francisco. Her book had been published two months earlier.
Join us Wednesday 25 March 2015 @ 7:30pm for Moors Heritage & History School live broadcast:
Live Broadcast of Moors Heritage and History School near Harlem at Northwest Amexem
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Cuñao is a Los Angeles-based, Latin Folk group with roots in New York City. Founder and songwriter Julio Montero, born in Ecuador, brings his South American background & influences to create evocative, poetic songs that transcend time and leave listeners with lush images. A group of multi-ethnic musicians, Cuñao puts a global twist on their Latin sound combining African rhythms, Eastern European melodies and American Rock.
Joanna Borromeo is a alternative R&B/Soul artist/songwriter from Canada who is no stranger to the US, especially to California. A superb R&B and blues singer-songwriter who fuses jazz, gospel, hip hop, pop and R&B, She graces the stage with a keyboard and her band and wows audiences and critics with her crystal smooth voice and lively songwriting. On tour right now, she will be playing dates in California, including the prestigious State Social House Champaign series. Her first EP, Kaleidoscope, was nominated for a Juno Award as the best R&B recording in Canada. She is comfortable in a jazz club, a hip hop scene, rock venue or a medley music showcase- wherever people love music.
Join Chaplain Jones, Nancy Smith, LaShanda Lewis, Crystal Bates and Patrina Smalls.
This week #TeamChaplain will hightlight women who have impact their lives through a life of legacy making history.
March is National Women’s History Month. There is a website dedicated to Women's History http://www.nwhp.org/2015-national-womens-history-month-honorees/. 2015 is the National Women’s History Project’s 35th Anniversary. In celebration of this landmark anniversary, They have chosen 9 women as 2015 Honorees who have contributed in very special ways to our work of “writing women back into history.”
TeamChaplain will also share their fitness and nutrition goals and accomplishments for the month of March.
in The Bible
Today the Walls of Jericho fall!
Join us each week as we study the story outlined in Old Testament History from Genesis to Esther. We wander each week through the story of the Israelites as they head toward Christ, watching for the portrait that God painted of Christ, the Word, and his Church in the story of the Old Testament!
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