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The Topic Will Be - Date Rape Drugs / AND Drugged With Out Knowing In The Black Gay Community.. So please call in and share your story or a story of your friends. Either side whether you drugged someone for a silly joke, or you been drugged.
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11:00pm - 11:30pm
Hot Topic - Entertainment & News
11:30pm - 12:00am
TEA TIME- Call in and give us the tea of any celebrity story you heard, or any tea in your city.
12:00am - 1:00am
Why are the effeminate gay males the face of gay community in the media??
What does it mean to be truly committed to the community? As the northern New Mexico's largest employer, Los Alamos National Laboratory (LANL) has remained steadfast in their investments through the Community Commitment Plan that Los Alamos National Security, LLC (LANS) – the company that manages LANL – established in 2006. Even through hard times and budget negotiations, LANS has made strategic investments in education, economic development and community giving.
Carol A. Clark, publisher of the Los Alamos Daily Post (the online news source for the community) talks with Carole Rutten, deputy director of the LANL Community Programs Office. Interviewing each other, listeners gain a better understanding of what this commitment to the northern New Mexico region really means.
All Eligible Youth Be At the Jacobs Center Community Room 4/7/15 1:00 PM
Join us and Listen in to get the right information. Let’s teach our youth to excel. That damn X-Box has corrupted some of our children
Finally there is a program that targets our sons, daughters, nephews and nieces and community youth who are looking for a hand up and not a hand out. A program that allows young people who may have made a bad decision or hadn’t yet reached that level or maturity needed to make the right decisions. Metro United Methodist Urban Ministries in collaboration with Leaders of Change and certified agencies which include Plumbing, Certified Nursing Assistant and Sheet Metal are offering the opportunity of a lifetime and we are starting right here in Southeast San Diego on the Leaders of Change Southeast Radio Show and the Southeast Memorial Page. A Paid internship that pays a young person to earn a good wage. This is a Department of Labor funded program. We are looking for motivated young folks between the ages of 17 - 24 who have no adult convictions, who are now or have once been on probation. It is not necessary to be on Probation now nor does it prevent you from being in the program if you are.
Leaders of Change in Collaboration with the Southeast Memorial Page would like to extend our condolences to all the families who suffered these past days. Our prayers are with you and the memories of your lost loved ones will remain in our hearts forever.
James L. Bailey is interviewed as the author of the Contrast Community which is an intense discovery of the Sermon on the Mount and it's meaning. It deals with the beattitudes which appeals to those who have emptiness and desire mercy to those who have fullness and can give. He approaches the book as a tool for the church to use a transformative power to minister to the external world by employing lessons Jesus gave like turning the other cheek, giving the cloak off your back, walking the extra mile for someone. He also tackles broader lessons of Christ on adultery, anger and its potential damage and how to become perfect in Christ (don't swear, express hatred). The church can use these basic precepts as an effective ministry to help those who are suffering in their local community. He also explains the difference of believers in the 1st Century church who were rabbinical Jews, Pharisees, Gentiles and how Jewish converts had to deal with critics to come full circle in the Judeo-Christian belief and accept the Messiah.
James Bailey graduated from Capital University (1960) and Trinity Lutheran Seminary (1964) in Columbus, Ohio, before earning a Ph.D. in New Testament Studies at the University of St. Andrews in Scotland (1967). After pastoring in Cincinnati, Ohio, Jim taught at Trinity Lutheran Seminary (1970-74), Concordia College in Moorhead, Minnesota (1975-85), and Wartburg Theological Seminary (1985-2003). Jim is now the John S. and William A. Wagner Professor Emeritus of Biblical Theology at Wartburg Seminary, having retired from full-time teaching in 2003. Jim has published several Bible studies for the church and is co-author of Literary Forms in the New Testament. He most recently published Contrast Community: Practicing the Sermon on the Mount, the topic for his session during Re-formation and Renewal. Jim and his wife Judy still reside in Dubuque, Iowa.
Our guest is Brad Baldia, who is the Director of Turnkey StartupSpace, a new co-working outfit in Philadelphia.
Brad is a business and community activist at the same time. He is the President of Philippine Chamber of Commerce of Pennsylvania and Southern New Jersey. He has received numerous awards for his efforts, including the "Unsung Heroes Award" by Keystone Mercy Health Plan, and "National Brotherhood /Sisterhood Award" by the National Conference of Community and Justice. In 2002, he was recognized as one of the "Top 30 Most Influential Asians in America Under the Age of 30". In 2007, Brad was one of fifty individuals citywide that was nominated for the “Spirit of Philadelphia” award by Greater Philadelphia Cares.
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Hosted By: Rudolph T. Muhammad and Joseph Bridgers Muhammad
The “Disaster Awareness for Community Preparedness” Program is dedicated to discussing the previously mentioned and other pertinent topics regarding proper planning before disaster strikes. The objective of the presentation is to identify problems, offer mitigating solutions to hazards, and share specific information essential to minimizing loss of life and maximizing faster rescue or recovery in affected regions or communities. There will be subject matter experts as guests in our future shows that will assist our listening audience with the latest knowledge, skills and ability to prepare for risk reduction and hopefully ensure our family’s safety.
There are at least two things certain about any natural or man-made disaster; it does not racially discriminate and it impacts all areas of people activity, i.e., economics, education, labor, law, politics, etc. Please join us and feel free to call-in at 323-927-2913. Let’s engage in thought provoking topics and courageous conversations of “Disaster Awareness for Community Preparedness”.
This month's program will honor the work and efforts of Wingman Gerald Green. In his time with OPWR he worked passionately and tirelessly on helping spread the word about abuse and domestic violence. As a abused child he became an abuser and then a survivor who became an advocate to help others.. His perspective from all sides made him uniquely qualified to speak from various angles. Join us as we hear from those who he directly impacted. Tonight The Community on Abuse & Domestic Violence honors Wingman Gerald Green.
Welcome to the first episode of Schroeder the Litigator. On this episode, Scott Schroeder shares his thoughts on state budget and the changes it is likely to bring to Wisconsin's workers compensation system.
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Why is our money not circulating back into our communities?
Can we learn from taking a page out of the book of other communities to boost our own community's economic growth?
Do you think that we would have more black business owners if they had more support from our community?
Fit Is The New Sexy Radio showcases black men and women who have chosen to reclaim their health, co-create generational wealth and become the example of physical and financial fitness in the black community. Special guests and more. Join the Movement! Hosted by Angela Everett and Suzan Hart every Tuesday at 9:00 p.m. EST. If you would like to be apart of the movement, please visit us at www.fitisthenewsexy.info.
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We've heard the statistics, and know the truth. Transgender people are not only disproportionately impacted by the HIV epidemic -- when it comes t our data, they're often not even counted! In the eyes of our government, they are an invisible population. With transwomen of color 49x more likely to contract HIV than the general population and many transmen being intimate with gay men, this is a population that should be a part of an HIV prevention, treatment and care agenda. This week, we will focus on the transgender population and how they are working to prevent HIV and take care of themselves. We will be joined by people on differnet points of the transmasculine/ transfeminine spectrum.
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