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  • 02:02

    SPEAKING TO HARMONY LIVE IN ST. LUCIA

    in Social Networking

    JOIN THE SPEAKING TO HARMONY FAMILY AS WE LINK UP WITH OUR REAL- FM FAMILY IN ST. LUCIA FOR OUR PITON INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL UPDATE. ALSO ON AIR WITH US WILL BE SOME OF THE FILM MAKERS WHO HAVE THEIR FILMS IN THIS YEAR'S FESTIVAL

  • 02:01
  • The Knowledge Show Live 8/29/15

    in Radio

    Topic 1: Obscene Thoughts, Author and ographer, Dave Pounder, is our guest tonight


    Topic 2: Homosexuality a Choice or Predetermined.


    Topic 3: Homosexuality in the Pulpit and in the Church


    Topic 4: Homosexuality in the School and Workplace.


    Topic 5: Is Homosexuality Wrong or Right? Why are so many gays in church if it's wrong?


    Topic 6: Should the Homosexuals be considered a 3rd Gender and have their own restrooms.


    Topic 7: Does having a Homosexual roommate make you gay?


    Topic 8: Should 2 women/ 2 men be allowed to adopt children and teach in the classroom?


    Guest: Dave Pounder

  • wOMEN, PROTECTION ORDERS, AND THE REAL COST TO VICTIMS

    in Current Events

    WOMEN, PROTECTION ORDERS, AND THE REAL COSTS TO VICTIMS


    You’ve experienced violence from your partner, and everyone is telling you to get a protection order. Sounds right. The legal aid representative tells you how to proceed, it might help, and it doesn’t cost anything. Or does it? 


            Two researchers looked at whether getting a protection order had any impact on women’s earnings, and their findings may be a shock. And those findings covered six years of women’s earnings. Free to get a protection order? Think again.


    Melanie M. Hughes and Lisa D. Brush join us to look at their research and what it told them about women’s financial picture after getting a protection order. Hughes is Associate Professor of Sociology at the University of Pittsburgh. She uses quantitative approaches to study women’s empowerment, often focusing on groups of women who are particularly marginalized. She is coauthor of Women, Politics, and Power: A Global Perspective (3rd Edition forthcoming with CQ Press). Her research has been published in journals such as American Sociological Review, American Political Science Review, and Social Forces. 


    Brush is Professor of Sociology and of Gender, Sexuality, and Women’s Studies at the University of Pittsburgh. Her first book was Gender and Governance (Rowman and Littlefield 2003), and her second book was Poverty, Battered Women, and Work in U.S. Public Policy (Oxford University Press 2011). Her current research looks at preventing adolescent relationship abuse and teen dating violence by engaging high school and middle school boys in coached athletic programs to change masculinities.

  • The Parker J Cole Show -- America's Racial DNA

    in Entertainment

    The media has brought to the forefront cases that have caused public outrage and concern. From the curious case of Trayvon Martin killed by George Zimmerman, Michael Brown gunned down as an unarmed felon, to the disturbing incidents surrounding the death of Sandra Bland, there is a definite rise in racial tensions across the United States as the media blares a giant searchlight on situations of African Americans in some sort of confrontation with a Caucasian.

    When these incidents come into the public eye, they lead to an overarching question: "Why?" One black man made a very famous statement while being beaten by a group of police officers: "Can't we all just get along?" The statement has been taken seriously and at the same time, been made a parody. But the question, however one puts it remains. "Can't we all just get along?"

    Is racism simply part of America's DNA -- what makes up this country? Is this just a thing we have to live with and accept? Will those who try to work to bring harmony on either side be ridiculed? Why can't we as a nation get past this? Why does it keep rearing its head? 


    Join in on the conversation with my returning guest Melissa Pellew as we try to tackle this issue and others surround the rise of racial tensions in our country. Call in 646-595-2083, press 1 to be live on air. Or, click on the link here: http://tobtr.com/s/7886747 Or, download the WLUV radio mobile app. Tune in


     

  • 00:44

    SIDETRACKED Episode 135: Rising Trend of Trans-ism

    in Fun

    Main Topic:  The Rising Trend of Trans-ism


    Side Topics:  New Gender Neutral pronouns.  TSA molested student in airport.  Trans gender growing in popularity.  "Black Trans gender lives matter" activist interrupts Clinton campaign in Ohio.  Buzz Aldrin developing 'master plan' to colonize Mars.  Hamptons police shut down Sienfeld's son's Lemonade stand.  Moody neurotic people are more likely to be creative geniuses, a study says.  

  • 01:32

    SIDETRACKED SPILLOVER

    in Comedy

    Main Topic:  The Rising Trend of Trans-ism


    Side Topics:  New Gender Neutral pronouns.  TSA molested student in airport.  Trans gender growing in popularity.  "Black Trans gender lives matter" activist interrupts Clinton campaign in Ohio.  Buzz Aldrin developing 'master plan' to colonize Mars.  Hamptons police shut down Sienfeld's son's Lemonade stand.  Moody neurotic people are more likely to be creative geniuses, a study says.  

  • 00:28

    What Women Want - Getting Back On Target

    in Entertainment

    "ReAddressing The Urgent Clarification of Women."


    A discussion about gender, classifications for being a woman, and the aspects that the define the originals.


    - from one woman's perspective.


    This will be a debative topic, I am sure, as it will confront the lines that are drawn out there these days, and where we, women fall within them. I'll raise the question...


    Where do we each ourselves see our selves as 'true' women these days... admist the misty, mysterious and musty camoflagues (and sometimes cartoonish displays) of womenhood?


    Between Caitland and fakeland it is up for debate and...


    I'm getting LIVE After Dark! Join me as I disguss the pros and cons of todays' womanhood. Where the lines are blurred and in some cases... completely obliviated.


    Your Host - Diamond Ryan

  • 00:31

    Dr. Mark W. Muesse: Practicing Mindfulness

    in Motivation

    Our Host:


    Svetlana Kim, Speaker, Author of "White Pearl and I: A Memoir of a Political Refugee," and Consultant. Please visit her website at www.svetlanakim.com. 


    Our Guest: 


    Dr. Mark W. Muesse is W. J. Millard Professor of Religious Studies, Director of the Asian Studies Program, and Director of the Life: Then and Now Program at Rhodes College in Memphis, Tennessee. He earned a B.A., summa cum laude, in English Literature from Baylor University and a Master of Theological Studies, a Master of Arts, and a Ph.D. in the Study of Religion from Harvard University. Before taking his position at Rhodes, Professor Muesse held positions at Harvard College, Harvard Divinity School, and the University of Southern Maine, where he served as Associate Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences. He is a recipient of the 2008 Clarence Day Award for Outstanding Teaching, Rhodes College's highest faculty honor. Known for his experiential teaching style, Professor Muesse was honored for his effective use of imaginative and creative pedagogy as well as his ability to motivate his students toward lifelong study. Professor Muesse has written many articles, papers, and reviews in world religions, spirituality, theology, and gender studies and has coedited a collection of essays titled Redeeming Men: Religion and Masculinities. He is currently compiling an anthology of prayers from around the world. Professor Muesse is a member of the American Academy of Religion and the Society for Indian Philosophy and Religion and has been Visiting Professor at the Tamilnadu Theological Seminary in Madurai, India. He has traveled extensively throughout Asia and has studied at Wat Mahadhatu, Bangkok, Thailand; the Himalayan Yogic Institute, Kathmandu, Nepal; the Subodhi Institute of Integral Education, Sri Lanka; and Middle East Technical University, Ankara, Turkey.

  • 01:26

    Dr. Kacie Crisp Shares her Little Black Book

    in Spirituality

    A fresh approach to creating a relationship that can really last, while also being easy and fun. Written by and about a couple that's done it, this book includes information and techniques that are not available anywhere else This is not your typical marriage advice handbook--this book has tools that really work! Some of the topics included are: How flirting can save your marriage; how sharing can ruin your marriage; how to know in advance if he or she will be good in bed, What to do while waiting for Prince Charming or Ms. Right; creating a romance that can last forever in 10 second increments; Why you DON'T want your romance to resemble a movie; the emotions that will ruin your marriage; the difference between love and abuse.

    Author Biography

    Dr. Kacie Crisp has been involved in healing her entire adult life. She has worked as a marriage family child counselor, chiropractor, licensed facilitator of Access Consciousness, continuing education instructor in many capacities world wide. This is her first published book. Her website is www.howtostaymarriedandhappy.com

  • 01:59

    Prophet vs Prophetess, A Call Of The Spirit

    in Spirituality

    In the mist of greater revelation and Divine dispensations in our times have we as the Body of Messiah (Christ) grown in our opinion about gender roles as Minister of the Gospel? We will discuss perspectives on "gender bias" in ministry.