• 02:00

    Ezili Danto: Haitian History, Spiritial & Political

    in Culture

    Marguerite Laurent, known as Ezili Dantò, is a Haitian woman inspired, guided, and directed by the strength, legacy and visions of the Haitian warrior goddess, Ezili Dantò. She is an award winning playwright, a performance poet, political and social commentator, author and human
    rights attorney. She was born in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, and raised in Stamford, CT. She holds a BA from Boston College, a JD from the University of Connecticut School of law, and, attended the Hartford Conservatory for Ballet, Jazz and Modern while studying Haitian dancing at home and with countless Haitian dance experts in the field.

    Blog: http://open.salon.com/blog/ezili_danto
    WEBSITE www.margueritelaurent.com

  • 02:00

    Ezili Danto: Great Mother Roots in Haiti and Africa

    in Culture

    Marguerite Laurent, known as Ezili Dantò, is a Haitian woman inspired, guided, and directed by the strength, legacy and visions of the Haitian warrior goddess, Ezili Dantò.
    She is an award winning playwright, a performance poet, political and social commentator, author and human rights attorney. She was born in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, and raised in Stamford, CT. She holds a BA from Boston College, a JD from the University of Connecticut School of law, and, attended the Hartford Conservatory for Ballet, Jazz and Modern while studying Haitian dancing at home and with countless Haitian dance experts in the field.
    Ezili's BLOG http://open.salon.com/blog/ezili_danto
    WEBSITE www.margueritelaurent.com

  • 02:56

    THE TRUTH ABOUT HAITI- Ezili Dantò of HLLN SPEAKS!

    in News

    TUNE INTO CIVIL ALERT TONIGHT! As we bring in the vibes from  the Jan 1st celebration of Ayiti's Independence. Ezili Dantò will be present to provide insidght about Haiti's untold past and the present.

    Ezili Dantò is the founder and President of Ezili's Haitian Lawyers Leadership Network ("HLLN"), a network of lawyers, activists, concerned individuals and grassroots organizations dedicated to institutionalizing the rule of law and protecting the civil and cultural rights of Haitians at home and abroad. Ezili Dantò, (colonially named "Marguerite Laurent") was born Haiti. HLLN is a Haitian-led, capacity building organization. Ezili's HLLN runs the Ezili Dantò Listserve, reaching over three-and-a-half million readers with its postings and newsletters. HLLN closely monitors the situation in Haiti, issues its own news analysis, position statements, counters the colonial narrative on Haiti and informs about events that are not covered in the mainstream press. Ms. Dantò is an award winning playwright, a writer, performance poet and an entertainment attorney who has represented many top Hip Hop artist over the last 15 years including some members of Public Enemy and the Last Poets. Ezili Dantò is a pro-democracy Haitian-American activist who was once, from 1994-1995, legal advisor to President Jean Bertrand Aristide of Haiti. 

    Like always have your pen and paper ready.


    Civil Alert Rising
    Informative, Engaging and 3rd Eye Opening
    858.357.8450 (Option 1 to Ask/Speak

  • 01:30

    Ezili Danto: Haitian human rights attorney "What is really going on in Haiti"

    in Politics

    Marguerite Laurent, known as Ezili Dantò, is a Haitian woman inspired, guided, and directed by the strength, legacy and visions of the Haitian warrior goddess, Ezili Dantò.

    She is an award winning playwright, a performance poet, political and social commentator, author and human rights attorney. She was born in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, and raised in Stamford, CT. She holds a BA from Boston College, a JD from the University of Connecticut School of law, and, attended the Hartford Conservatory for Ballet, Jazz and Modern while studying Haitian dancing at home and with countless Haitian dance experts in the field. Marguerite Laurent, known as Ezili Dantò, is founder and President of the Haitian Lawyers Leadership Network ("HLLN"), a network of lawyers, scholars, journalists, concerned individuals and grassroots organizations and activists, dedicated to institutionalizing the rule of law and protecting the civil and cultural rights of Haitians at home and abroad. Attorney Laurent/Ezili Dantò is the most prolific international writer and advocate for Haiti and is internationally known as the foremost legal analyst and commentator/writer of the untold counter-colonial-narrative on Haiti. Zili wrote a judicial reform agenda for Haiti, advised and supervised on numerous judicial reform projects while working as legal advisor and international foreign consultant to Haiti’s first democratically elected president, Jean Bertrand Aristide between 1993-1995.

  • 02:30

    "NU day Resurrection and Liberation"

    in Politics Progressive

    Tonight: Sun May 11, 2014 A Special Edition of  "NU Day"   Tonight's Program Theme is: "African Liberation Day 2014 - African Must Unite":  "Smash Neo-Colonialist Intelligentsia: the True Face of the Counter Revolution!" AND How To Further Develop Pan Africanist Theory and Applications for Greater Victories



    Panelist Include:                                        Mwalimu Keita from the All African People's Revolutionary Party (GC)
    Haki Kimaathi Muchoki - Awareness Awareness Association (AAAI) 
    Erzili Danto -from the Haiti Lawyers Network 
    Obi Egbuna - Writer & Reporter for the Zimbabwe Harold Newspaper, 
    Paul Pumphrey - from the Friends of the Congo 
    Herman Wainggai - of the West Papua New Guinea/WPNA 
    Lee Robinson- Host of "Africa On The Move"


     

  • 02:58

    The Truth About Haiti - Ezili Dantò of HLLN SPEAKS!

    in Politics

    TUNE INTO CIVIL ALERT TONIGHT! As we bring in the vibes from  the Jan 1st celebration of Ayiti's Independence. Ezili Dantò will be present to provide insidght about Haiti's untold past and the present. Ezili Dantò is the founder and President of Ezili's Haitian Lawyers Leadership Network ("HLLN"), a network of lawyers, activists, concerned individuals and grassroots organizations dedicated to institutionalizing the rule of law and protecting the civil and cultural rights of Haitians at home and abroad. Ezili Dantò, (colonially named "Marguerite Laurent") was born Haiti. HLLN is a Haitian-led, capacity building organization. Ezili's HLLN runs the Ezili Dantò Listserve, reaching over three-and-a-half million readers with its postings and newsletters. HLLN closely monitors the situation in Haiti, issues its own news analysis, position statements, counters the colonial narrative on Haiti and informs about events that are not covered in the mainstream press. Ms. Dantò is an award winning playwright, a writer, performance poet and an entertainment attorney who has represented many top Hip Hop artist over the last 15 years including some members of Public Enemy and the Last Poets. Ezili Dantò is a pro-democracy Haitian-American activist who was once, from 1994-1995, legal advisor to President Jean Bertrand Aristide of Haiti. Like always have your pen and paper ready.
    Civil Alert Rising Informative, Engaging and 3rd Eye Opening 858.357.8450 (Option 1 to Ask/Speak)

  • 00:50

    Gullah/Geechee Kwanzaa: UJAMAA een de Gullah/Geechee Nation

    in Culture

    Queen Quet, Chieftess of the Gullah/Geechee Nation will be joined by members of the Gullah/Geechee Sea Island Coalition (www.gullahgeechee.net), Chef Benjamin Dennis, and artist Red King Danto on this Kwanzaa 2013 broadcast focused on cooperative economics in the Gullah/Geechee Nation.  Tune een fa yeddi ws sho-Gullah/Geechee Riddim Radio!


    www.gullahgeecheenation.com

  • 01:21

    Ask Andrew Anything - Memory is not a Static Medium

    in Art

    This week Matthew Broach joins Andrew for a conversation about art and memory in a technological age. Broach's work occupies a space where science, art and technology meet. Trading in a paintbrush for a computer and lab coat, Broach delves into the science of sense, memory and perception often crossing the boundaries between video art, performance and installation. We'll talk about some of his past projects as well as his current 'library project' and the future release from his band Ladies and Gentlemen.
    If you would like to call in and join the conversation please dial 914.338.0532 and press #1. 
    Boards of Canada
    The Partially Examined Life episode Arthur Danto on Art
     

  • 00:44

    Oya - Transformation

    in Spirituality

    Oya is a cleansing force. Invoke her to clear the air and create a safe space to settle disputes.
    We see the process of things being swept clean as she is the hurricane and winds that remove objects and completely reface the landscape/properties of ownership. Within the vortex of her storm Oya holds all that that she removes so, in essence, she represents the supplanting or reassigning of power and resources. She brings resources from one place to another, just as a storm does.
    She has the ability to be housed and worked with through your ability to see through the storms ferocity will allow you to see the actual fortune that the storm carries.
    Similar Energies – OYA Yansen, Ezili Danto, Kali, Sekhmet, Green Tara, Manman Brigitte, Guan Yin, Bast, White Tara, Sarasvati, Nyale, Artemis-Hecate, Centalla Ndoki, Our Lady of La Candelaria, Saints Barbara (Umbanda), Teresa (Santeria), and Catherine
    Also make sure to pick up your copy of my book “Grasping the Root of Divine Power” and use this valuable tool in order to increase your psychic abilities and take hold of the power inherent in the spirit world boldly and competently.

  • 03:00

    Wanda's Picks:WillBellot,RomeNeal,CherylScales,Edris Cooper

    in Art

    We open with an extended conversation with Will Bellot, co-founder of Bellot Idovia Foundation, started in 2004, with his brother, Antoine, both natives of La Toti, Haiti. "Konbit La Tourtue," a fundraiser, is coming up, March 10, 2012, 9 p.m. at Ashkenaz Music & Dance Center, San Pablo at Gilman Street, in Berkeley. Konbit will raise money to purchase water filter systems for the people this organization serves. Visit http://bellotidovia.org/about/ We are also joined by Lakay & Mystik Man who is performing with his band that evening which will feature the folkloric dance of El Wah Movement Dance and Ezili Racine Drum Ensemble. Tabia African-American Theatre Ensemble founder and director, Viera Whye joins us with the directors of two performances which open this evening: Rome Neal in "Monk" and Cheryl B. Scales in "Mirror, Mirror of My Soul" at the “School of Arts and Culture” at the Mexican Heritage Plaza, 1700 Alum Rock, Ave., San Jose, CA 95116.
    408/272-9924, www.acteva.com/go/sjmag. I saw the awardwinning production of Monk while in Dakar for the FESMAN or the World Festival of Black Art and Culture in 2010. Small world (smile). We close with an extended conversation with Edris Cooper-Anifowoshe, whose direction of Lorriane Hansberry Theatre's current production of Joe Penhall's disturbingly insightful piece, "Blue/Orange" is stellar.  Catch the play which features Carl Lumbly through March 18, at LHT new home 450 Post Street in San Francisco. Visit www.lhtsf.org or (415) 474-8800.

     

  • 01:00

    Vodun (loas)

    in Spirituality

    Join Mario, and hoodoo practitioner "The Mystery Man" that will be spreading the knowledge about The Loas and Haitian Vodun Traditions. The word Vodun / Voodoo was derived from a West African God.Yoruba people who lived in 18th and 19th century Dahomey. Its roots may go back 6,000 years in Africa. That country occupied parts of today's Togo, Benin and Nigeria. Africans that were prisoners of war brought their religion with them when they were forcibly shipped to Haiti and other islands in the West Indies. In case you miss Vergil website go www.youtube.com/user/thetoadsbool

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