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Atlanta rapper Yoshi, (originally from California), is known for her outspoken Vlogs and Blogs when she isn't rocking the mic!
Yoshi is currently studying Journalism for a future career in media as she perfects her craft as a reporter on YouTube and various social media sites.
You wont wanna miss this important and engaging interview with this up and coming, versatile and intelligent artist.
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Tonight on DotMobRadio we're gonna dig deep into the mind of my bro CooleyCash....I know ppl may be wondering who is this guy?where did he come from? And how is he Dotmob? Well we're gonna get all the answers to those questions and sum...what's the beef with Kshine? Tune in and find out tonight #DotMobRadio #DotMfMob
Co-hosts Fred Altvater and Carlos Torres check-in once again to talk about anything and everything golf!
They will recap the recent tournaments on The Weekend Backspin, and bring you a different take on the recent news on The Par-5 News presented by United Golf Network. This week’s news include The R&A Chief Martin Slumbers proposing ousting slow players and they will hold a two-day symposium on the subject; the USGA is set to nominate Diana Murphy as its second ever female President; the Hyundai Tournament of Champions in January may actually have a strong field; the International Crown found a new host site; news from Lydia Ko and a brain-injured golfer was honored for overcoming adversity with the David Toms Award.
The Back Nine Report and NWO Golf Links Golf Rules Guy, Richard Todd, will be The Very Important Guest (VIG) of the Week and discuss four major rules changes for 2016.
Greg Liberto, a mental coach, will give us his approach on The Chip Shot, while on The Practice Range, is back-to-basics when Fred will instruct Carlos on how to correct three of the most common mistakes beginners make.
December 1,2015 will be the debut episode for Pam& Gina's #NoFilterHour . Discussing recent events and all things of the battle rap culture. The good, the bad, & the ugly; No filter and mostly from the women's perspective but we accepting all callers male & female.
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Tonight's episode of In The Mix With Kidd6 will be an interesting one as we kick off Cedy's segment pertaining to a woman's image of beauty and how society is making women be more and more insecure by BUYING beauty instead of appreciating it. Chantel's segment will gear towards social media and the latest on rapper The Game about posting his beef prints for the world to see, but the gram has something in store for the artist if he continues to make these posts. Tim's tidbits will be on the hype of Black Friday shopping, the rumors of its origin, the contradiction between Thanksgiving and Black Friday shopping and the way people act. We'll be bringing you up to date on the Monday night games that you might have missed with scores, and stats for the night. Of course we have What Grinds Jules Gears and we want our listeners to call in and give us their thoughts and opinions on each topic of discussion.
Betty Shabazz International Charter Schools CEO David Ireland joins us today to discuss the battle with CPS to close one of its schools despite improved academic performances. Youth organizer Laman Reccord explains what young people hope to see happen as a result of the organized protests in response to the killing of Laquan McDonald
Join host Lisa Stone as she discusses all things junior and college tennis!
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)
Call in (347) 934-0628
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.
The FIGHT continues...I am understanding that this NEW generation (some of which) are not concerned with what is important to their child's ability to learn while they are in school. As many of you know that a few weeks ago our son was FORCED to learn about a Rapper named "Cheif Keith" and his personal life of having trouble with the LAW and Child Support among other things...NOW, some of the students have out launched ANGER in efforts to Promote "Cheif Keith" and they view him as a god....Will this cause a huge MAJOR lawsuit against the School Board or are the Parents at home speaking about this topic among the children, which angers the child enough to pick fights and arguments, this will land a child in Juvenile Hall...Well it is time to Chat!
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