• 02:57

    ** Music Extravaganza ** FASTEN YOUR SEAT BELTS !!!!

    in Culture

    Peace Family I Am extremely excited about this program.. In the first half of the program we will have Bro.Jihad and Bro.James of Dynasty Hip-Hop Incorporated Mentoring Program (DHHI) which is designed to utilize hip-hop, and it's industry to educate, motivate and empower youth with the training, and skills to become more productive members of society. The second half we will be joined by Mama Todd Twala the visionary, creator, and director of a Powerful South African Musical With a cast of 32 of South Africa’s brightest and most versatile young performers, singers, drummers and dancers, AFRICA UMOJA – The Spirit of Togetherness, 20 Years of Freedom and Democracy Tour is a joyous celebration of dynamic talent, thrilling energy, great voices and sensual dances that sweep across the bright and vibrant South African traditional landscape. Traveling on the beats of drums, from the dusty streets of Soweto to all the corners of the world’s best and biggest stages, AFRICA UMOJA – which in Zulu means ‘together’ – tells the moving tale of indigenous South African music and dance from the earliest rhythms to the current club sounds of kwaito. Audiences all over the world have embraced the traditional love songs, lullabies and other musical expressions of rural life. They have also cried along in the city streets listening to music reflecting the pain of the migrant laborers and their families. The tale dances through sheebeens and the cultural melting-pot of Sophiatown. The heart is saddened by cold stories of forced removals yet the feet continue to stomp along with the explosions of gumboot dancing. The international audiences will relate to names such as Miriam Makeba (Mama Africa) and the late Dolly Radebe, while a thread of gospel music running through the tale recalls the huge helpings of faith and courage. This saw black South Africans through some of the country’s stormiest historical passages.

  • 01:23

    Making Money On The Homestead

    in Current Events

    This week Scott talks about different ways to make money while homesteading.  Homesteaders who live in very rural areas ,without a market for high end/organic/direct marketed foods, face special challanges generating income.  We will look at some ways that rural homesteaders can make money from home.

  • 01:22

    Bro. Terrence Muhammad, Horticulturist

    in Food

    Welcome! to the News, Research and Communication program!  Your host is Bro.Sherman Muhammad and his guest is Bro. Terrence Muhammad, Horticulturist,grower of fruits, flowers, vegetables etc... There conversation is about his trainer, and the climate he trained in, which led to his formal education and certification process. There's more about how individuals do contribute to the success of the whole in our community - through collaborative work processes!  For the details join us December 20, 2014 in the studio by telephone 347-945-5454 or enter the chatroom  from www.blogtalkradio.com/noimoa at 8:00 pm eastern time. Scroll down the home page for instruction.


    Our national farm can be reached via the internet at www.noimoa.com. When you visit be certain to make a donation to BlogTalkRadio on the home page and check all the programs we have that re-educate many who are interested in living a healthiy lifestyle among clean and truthful people, our system is a hands-on experience and requires that you must commit to re-education...to join us look for our staple goods coordinator list for the representative in your area and connect with them to get started in the program.
    You may also connect with the provider/program engineer of this show by email at intisar@noimoa.com. To get a response your email contact information must be correct and your request based on your desire for a healthier lifestyle change. Thanks to all for your support over the year(s), in this community we have  proven that the lifestyle choices we have made are absolutely viable, able to take root and grow us!

  • 00:29

    SWAG Radio Presents: Authoress Miz T

    in Books

    This evening we will be talking with Authoress Miz T. 


    About the Author


    Teresa Mason Browning is a woman of true insight and a lively spirit.  She is the author of two bestselling novels, “Why I Kept My Past A Secret” and “Now That The Secrets Are Out” and has traveled many places as a motivational speaker. Her latest releases, “Living Free of the Secrets” and “A Black Man’s Pain”, are soon to become national best sellers as well.  Teresa was born in Oklahoma, but was raised in the Washington D.C. Metropolitan area. She now resides in South Carolina with her significant other that helps keep her the jovial woman she is today.


    From the Author


    What I enjoy most as a writer is the joy that others receive from reading my novels.


    I had to learn the business of becoming a writer from the ground up.  I have gone through some scrapes and bruises but found that if you keep God first you can accomplish anything you set your mind to. The words “No” or “Can't” have never been an option for me.


    I first discovered my passion for writing at the early age of 13.  I would sit alone and write for hours about my thoughts, dreams and the people around me.  I wrote in my private journal every day.  After many years had passed I decided to take my journals and put my thoughts in book form.


    As a self-published author, I actually didn't start putting my work together for a novel until my children were in there last few years of high school, so it was very easy to find time to capture my thoughts.  My children were very supportive in my goal of becoming a writer.


     


     


     

  • 00:16

    NFL Draft Podcast featuring Rodney Nichols, Benedictine, CB

    in Football

     


    Bringing the next generation of tomorrows NFL stars to you today on the College2Pro.com Players Platform Show. Join host Bo Marchionte with special guest Rodney Nichols of Benedictine. 


    After a strong senior season, Benedictine University defensive back Rodney Nichols has been selected for the fifth annual National Bowl, a post-season all-star game consisting of student-athletes from Division II, Division III, and NAIA schools. The game will take place at 9:00 a.m. central time on Sunday, December 7 (10:00 a.m. eastern) at Ocean Bank Field in Miami, Florida on the campus of Florida International University.
     
    A two-year starter at cornerback, Nichols was a key member of a BenU defense that led the Northern Athletics Collegiate Conference in pass defense (147.1 yards per game) this season. An All-NACC Second Team selection, the South Carolina native tallied 47 tackles, four tackles for loss, a forced fumble, five pass breakups, and four interceptions. Three of the four interceptions came in consecutive games, with one of those being returned 54 yards for a touchdown against Concordia University Wisconsin. In his two-year BenU career, Nichols intercepted seven passes and tallied 15 pass deflections. On top of this year's All-NACC honor, Nichols was named All-Sportsmanship by the conference last season.

  • 01:01

    The Consciousness Shift - Solstice, Orisha and World Peace

    in Spirituality

    Winter Solstice and the holiday season's motto is "Peace on Earth and goodwill to all Mankind".  Today Gwen, Nicole and special guest Chief Nana, aka Nathaniel B Styles Jr. will discuss The Orisha World Peace Initiative and the PBS special on "Sacred Journeys" which airs on December 30th. The Documentary Episode shows South Florida Residents of various nationalities who still embrace traditional Yoruba Cultural Practices. Join us for discussion on this and coming together in peace during this winter season.


    Watch the PBS Sacred Journeys Trailer here: http://video.pbs.org/video/2365282904/


    http://www.oloshasunited.com/


    Join us for commentary on the shift of this age in Aquarius!  Authors, mentors, teachers... astrologers, practitioners, healers, yoga, metaphysics, eastern mysticism, the ever changing emotional body of the evolving planet!  We cover a lot of territory!  Nicole Tomassini and Gwendolyn H. Barry host an hour peaking into the new consciousness we strive for.  Every Saturday afternoon at 3pm eastern. 

  • 02:00

    They Are Who We Thought They Were: Playoff Preview Edition

    in Football

    What's going on everyone?! Today we will be getting into all of the important matchups for the upcoming year that are going to have major playoff implications, including games such as Atlanta vs New Orleans, a game that will likely decide the NFC South; Denver at Cincinatti, our Monday night game of the week; Seattle verses Arizona, one of the big games in the NFC that could decide who is going to get that first round bye and many, many more! Plus don't miss our insight on a new subject that I won't reveal here. You'll have to tune in to listen!


     

  • 03:00

    Pan-African Journal: Worldwide Radio Broadcast

    in Politics

    Listen to the Pan-African Journal hosted by Abayomi Azikiwe, editor of the Pan-African News Wire. This week's program will feature our regular PANW segment including reports on the change in U.S.-Cuba relations and other issues; an extensive interview with the host Abayomi Azikiwe over Leid Stories discussing the sentencing of Benton Harbor, Michigan activist Rev. Edward Pinkney to 30-120 months in prison in light of the overall plight of African Americans in Detrot and other Michigan cities; and in the final hour we will highlight archival materials on the 1964-65 Freedom Movement in the South presenting a rare interview with Mrs. Fannie Lou Hamer of SNCC and the Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party (MFDP).

  • 01:04
  • 00:54

    saturday afternoon mix uncle quick

    in Indie Music

    Bossmusicentertainment host by quick uncle coming hard with the good sound's from the north to the south of carolina from mcbee to hartsville.So just lay back and listen.

  • 00:32

    Joy Keys chats with Author Bridgett M. Davis about her book Into the Go-Slow

    in Current Events

    INTO THE GO-SLOW is a novel about sisters, the legacy of the Black Power Movement, and the troubled bond between African Americans and Africans. 


    It’s 1986, and twenty-one-year-old Angie is adrift in her hometown of Detroit. Her older sister, Ella, had disappeared in Lagos a decade earlier, and Angie decides to retrace her steps. Against a backdrop of Nigeria’s infamous go-slow—traffic as wild and surprising as a Fela lyric—Angie begins to unravel the mysteries of the past, and opens herself up to love and life after Ella.


    BRIDGETT M. DAVIS’s debut novel, Shifting Through Neutral (Amistad 2004), was a finalist for the 2005 Hurston/Wright Legacy Award. Davis is the books editor at Bold As Love Magazine, a black-culture website, and her work has appeared in the Washington Post, Essence, O, The Oprah Magazine, and The Root.com, among other publications. She is a professor at Baruch College, City University of New York, where she is the director of the Sidney Harman Writer-in Residence Program, and she is the curator of the popular monthly Brooklyn reading series, Sundays @ . . .http://bridgettdavis.com/

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