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Diet for Freedom fighters:
How are you going to survive on the battlefield and you’re sick? A lot of our brothers and sisters doing stakeouts all night in front of the police stations eating potato chips, drinking soda pops, hardly any water, obese, got asthma. You fighting for our freedom. You can’t stand up to the police because your asthma just kicked in. If we patrol or protest, or boycotting, you forgot to take your insulin or you forgot your asthma pump. Most of us won't be around to see the benefits of our struggle and sacrifice because we lived to eat instead of eating to live. If we are alive we are so broke down and in pain that it ain't worth living. We were promised 120 years if we ate the diet that promotes life. I'm going to share with you what the Creator inspired through me on a diet that I called the FOOD OF THE GOD'S.
In this episode we interview two amateur fighters that will be participating in the Ring of Combat/Dead Serious XXII event at iPlay America in Freehold New Jersey. Kyle Wehrhahn will be making his amateur debut while Nate Fultz will be fighting for a title. We will discuss the training camps for both fighters as well as the challenges that are faced throughout their workouts. In addition we will talk about nutrition and training tips. As always check out our website www.ncmmaradio.com.
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On February 16th, 4:30 p.m. EST Kyrian's guest, Sarah Fader, will discuss her organization, Stigma Fighters.
Stigma Fighters is an organization dedicated to spreading awareness about mental health issues in high schools and colleges around the United States. It began as a blog series where people shared 1000 word essays about living with a variety of mental illnesses. The organization was founded by Psychology Today and Huffington Post Blogger, Sarah Fader. The basis of the program focuses on the invaluable benefits of sharing one’s story. Now, Stigma Fighters is coming off the Internet and into high schools and colleges. Stigma Fighters chapters are being established throughout the United States, beginning with the New York metropolitan area.The organization seeks to empower student’s voices and allow them the opportunity to share their stories with confidence and without fear of being judged.
For further information or to bring Stigma Fighters to your educational community for speaking events and student involvement contact Sarah Fader, founder at (917) 699-9578 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
ACCLAIMED CHEF NADIA G. GUEST STARS -- It’s the perfect recipe for the ultimate food battle when the best amateur cooks in America put their treasured family recipes to the test against five professional chefs in this high-stakes culinary game. This week, a married stay-at-home mother of one and former 49ers NFL cheerleader from Palo Alto, CA tries to win $100,000 going up against culinary experts specializing in everything from American comfort food to global cuisine before facing off against popular celebrity chef Nadia G. Adam Richman hosts this series that takes culinary sparring to an exciting new level. Food Fighters airs Thurday nights at 8pm (eastern) on NBC,
From 10/21/15 Edition Of "The Nation" Magazine -- By Lydia Wilson --
What I Discovered From Interviewing Imprisoned ISIS Fighters - They’re drawn to the movement for reasons that have little to do with belief in extremist Islam.
No sooner am I settled in an interviewing room in the police station of Kirkuk, Iraq, than the first prisoner I am there to see is brought in, flanked by two policemen and in handcuffs. I awkwardly rise, unsure of the etiquette involved in interviewing an ISIS fighter who is facing the death penalty. He is small, much smaller than I, on first appearances just a boy in trouble with the police, his eyes fixed on the floor, his face a mask. We all sit on armchairs lined up against facing walls, in a room cloudy with cigarette smoke and lit by fluorescent strip lighting, a room so small that my knees almost touch the prisoner’s—but he still doesn’t look up. I have interviewed plenty of soldiers on the other side of this fight, mostly from the Kurdish forces (known as pesh merga) but also fighters in the Iraqi army (known as the Iraqi Security Forces or ISF), both Arab and Kurdish. ISIS fighters, of course, are far more elusive, unless you are traveling to the Islamic State itself, but I prefer to keep my head on my shoulders.
At the end of the interview w/the first prisoner we ask, “Do you have any questions for us?” For the first time since he came into the room he smiles-in surprise-& finally tells us what really motivated him, w/o any prompting. He knows there's an American in the room, and can perhaps guess, from his demeanor and his questions, that this American is ex-military, and directs his “question,” in the form of an enraged statement, straight at him. “The Americans came,” he said. “They took away Saddam, but they also took away our security.
Today it isn't too uncommon to hear about former athletes who've fallen on hard times. In most cases, it's second-tier athletes who tried to keep up with the ballin' lifestyle well after their careers were over. However, what is surprising is the alarming rate at which world champion boxers who've earned seven, eight, and in some cases nine-figure salaries go broke. Whether it's greedy promoters,gold-digging groupies and wifeys, splurging on friends and family, or just reckless spending no other sport has seen more of its high-profile stars go from riches to rags than the sweet science.
We're wrapping up Rapper/Actor Right Back Atcha with 2010's Gun, a movie that not only stars Curtis "50 Cent" Jackson, but was also written by the illustrious rapper!
It surprises us in a lot of ways, but they're not all positive. Val Kilmer proves to be great at being terrible, the plot is thin at best and a few characters speak as if they are robots! Watch along with us on iTunes or Amazon if you dare!
This year marks the 50th anniversary of the BLACK PANTHER PARTY and MD brings in special guest, LARRY PINKNEY an ORIGINAL BLACK PANTHER to discuss how the PANTHERS are viewed in today's society. Did the BLACK PANTHERS start out as community organization that eventually got away from their principles? How did the PANTHERS feel about MARTIN LUTHER KING'S approach of NON-VIOLENCE? Did the FBI's COINTELPRO infiltrate to bring down the Party or did their own in fighting between HUEY P. NEWTON & ELRIDGE CLEAVER play the biggest role in the demise of the party? At the top of the 2nd Hour, for the MONEY & POWER 15, we ask how did the PANTHERS finance their BREAKFAST PROGRAM and provide 20K meals weekly for the youth, as well as the sickle cell testing for the community? MENTAL DIALOGUE asking the questions America's afraid to ask. "ALL I ASK IS THAT YOU THINK"
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