• Author, Miranda Parker

    in Books

    Author of The Evangeline Hunter Bounty Series, Miranda Parker, discusses her novel, "A Good Excuse to Be Bad".

  • Aggie Villanueva

    in Books

    Media specialist, photographer and author, Aggie Villanueva, will discuss her recent publication, "The Rewritten Word: How to Sculpt Literary Art no Matter the Genre”. She is also the founder of Promotions A La Carte.

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    Trina Parks: Consummate Triple Threat Entertainer /1st Black James Bond Girl

    in Education

    How does Trina Parks achieve Greatness?


    Join us for An Interview with Trina Parks: 


    Trina Parks:  Consummate Triple Threat Entertainer / 1st Black James Bond Girl  


    Trina Parks:  Consummate Entertainer, Creative writer, Director, Artistic director, Choreographer and Stage director / The 1st Black James Bond 007 Girl,


    Trina Parks first made Black History in 1972 as the 1st Black James Bond Girl in the movie ‘Diamonds Are Forever, basically saving the James Bond Franchise which saw loses from the two prior movies. Diamonds are Forever made $116,000,000 dollars worldwide in 1972.


    Today,Trina Parks continues to be more than a Triple Threat as the Consummate Entertainer…


    Trina Parks is the Artistic director, creator, writer, choreographer, stage director of the Original production Black and Brown Anthology  first performed in 2012


    Trina is also the Founder and Choreographer of  PUSH’ET formally known as the Palm Spring’s Historical Dance Theater.


    www.trinaparkstribute.com
    Manager Robert Walker: 404.254.7539


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    Just like a roof on a house a family needs "covering"

    in Dads and Family

    Just like a roof on a house a family needs covering. Join us in the discussion or listen in live or listen in at your convenience here or through iTunes at our podcast Furthering Fathering Radio

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    Soul Tree Radio - in the Raw's Over The Hump Day Special

    in Sports

    The Souf Tree Chefs serve up an Over The Hump Day Brain Buffet! Join Host Michael - Louis Ingram (DJ Hunnycomb) and enjoy some FOOD for Thought! 

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    having a mate ur family don't like

    in Entertainment

    How do u deal  your family after they express how much they do not like the person you have chosen to date

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    Living, Caring, Learning and Sharing W/Don Durant

    in Writing

    Our Broadcast today will focus on a gathering to celebrate Edgar COUNT Williams.  This Birthday celebration is a group of family and friends coming together after a Lifetime. Join us as we share our feelings and love.  Click on -  blogtalkradio.com /don-durant. 

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    Ms.P Chat With Model And Motivational Speaker Jaii Starr

    in Women

    A Legend was born on the 24th of August in Camden, New Jersey. Jaii was raised in the streets of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania then the suburbs of Bergen County, New Jersey. She is Puerto Rican and speaks English and Spanish. This Starr is an adventure seeker and always looking for an adrenaline rush. Loves animals and to her music is everything.


    Jaii Starr is a U.S. Army Military Police Veteran turned Model and Motivational Speaker. She sets out with the goal to reach out to anyone who is different just like her and let them know that he or she is not alone; instilling in those that nothing should stand in the way of their dreams. As Jaii likes to say, "Why tip toe through life to arrive safely at death...? Impossible is easy.”


    Who is Jaii Starr?


    "Well that is a great question. Jaii Starr is me, just finding myself, wanting better for myself and others as well. My true aspiration is happiness and I judge my success by how many others I can get to join me on this new journey of mine, on thinking more positively about life. Making others see how amazing life can actually be. We all choose our own paths, it's up to us to use the beauty that is already all around us to create something even more beautiful. I am all about embracing different, embracing unique, not conforming to what society thinks life should be for me. I have my own definition of normalcy and it's  absolutely crazy but, that is okay with me because I am in love with the person who I am becoming. Which is something I am hoping to instill in all of those who follow me. Do not sleep on your dreams, strive for them, because anything and everything is possible. Sure, life can be a constant struggle but, we are all warriors in our own way. Each day you wake up, just know, you have already conquered another day."


     

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    FAWC (For Anyone Who Care)

    in Lifestyle

    ife drama, children, blended families, culture issues, community concerns, creative people, social concerns, relationships, spirituality, cooking, traveling, dreaming out loud, entrepreneurship, baby mama drama, baby daddy drama, self-esteem, self-worth, teen drama, self-respect, character building, racism, sports, interactive, stinking thinking, mindsets, role models, mentors, bullying, peer pressure, neighborhoods, creative thinking, mental illness, impaired thinking, poor impulses, profiling, social conscience , sense of right and wrong, family dynamics, environments, social justice, moving forward, positive people, integrity, honor, home associations, economy, education, we the consumers, child development, stages of life, liberty, empowerment, embracing life challenges, keep life moving, self-evaluations, assessments, political red tape, it's who you know not what you know

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    Black History Month: Slocum Texas Massacre of 1910

    in Lifestyle

    The 1910 Slocum Massacre in East Texas officially saw between eight and 22 blacks killed, and evidence suggests African-American casualties were 10 times these amounts. Yet the massacre has become a dirty Lone Star secret, remarkably more for the inattention it has received than for its remembrance.  Unlike most Texas communities in the early 20th century, the unincorporated town of Slocum — like Rosewood — was mostly African-American, with several black citizens considerably propertied and a few owning stores and other businesses. This alone, in parts of the South, might have been enough to foment violence.  


    According to the Aug. 2 edition of the Palestine Daily Herald, Gardner said there could be “no justification for shooting men in the back, waylaying or killing them in their houses.” By the time the grand jury findings were reported on Aug. 17, several hundred witnesses had been examined. Though 11 men were initially arrested, seven were indicted — and they were only accused in the murders of five of the identified victims.   In the Slocum Massacre, seven men were indicted by a grand jury, but no one was ever tried.


    This discussion will focus on the plight of one family (the Holley's) and it is through their eyes that we'll explore what happened at Slocum and what has been done to never forget the price that was paid in that small Texas town.


     

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