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NAVAJO TALK RADIO - On-Air on November 16, 2014, 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM #politicsonthenavajonation
Topic: Myron McLaughlin vs Russell Begaye, Dr. Joe Shirley/Dinah Benally vs Russell Begaye/Jonathan Nez, Navajo Nation Election, Navajo Nation Oil & Gas Company
CALL IN SHOW: you are welcome to call in 347-989-0048 and share your thoughts with us. We discuss issues concerning the Navajo election.
We bring the issues and lay it on table for everyone to discuss. Join us this evening.
Pilot Radio speaks with columnist Jamesetta Walker about her cover story "Natural Beauty" - a brief look inside the world of natural hair and the social implications of donning natural hair among women of color. Jamesetta examined the topic from the view of the founder of a hair and fashion expo this weekend in Newport News that promotes natural hair and teaches women how to care for their natural mane. Jamesetta provides commentary on fashion, lifestyle and consumer affairs.
Today on Living Astrology Radio: Black Moon/Lilith in Virgo - Interview with Laura Walker of Oracle Report
Next week the Black Moon-Lilith moves out of the sign of Leo and into Virgo. Remember from previous shows we've done on the Black Moon-Lilith, she represents our shadow self. In the sign of Leo we have been dealing with issues around the ego and change. Now the energy of our shadow shifts into Virgo which represents our fear of failure.
Today I welcome back Black Moon - Lilith expert, Laura Walker to my show. Many of you may know her from her daily posts on www.oraclereport.com. She is the author of the book, "The Astrology of the Black Moon" and has wonderful insight on the Black Moon's travels through the Zodiac.
If you would like to have a mini-reading of your own astrology chart today, please be sure to email your birth information (date, time, place) to email@example.com by 3:00 pm Pacific today (11/20/2014).
Callers please dial: 1-347-205-9869
After having high hopes with a 5-3 record, the Buffalo Bills are 5-5 and on the outside of the playoff picture looking in, with a match-up with the New York Jets, who are coming off of a bye week. The second meeting between the Bills and the Dolphins posed a different result, so will the game vs the Jets have a similar result? Check out the Hashtag Crew and their preview of the Bills vs. Jets.
At 10pm, Aaron Walker will give you his 'Start'em Bench'em' for Week 12 of the NFL. Find out which players will give your final push toward a playoff spot in your fantasy league.
JESSICA WALKER – WIFE OF COUNTY MUSIC ARTIST CLAY WALKER – IS AMONG THE 90 MILLION FAMILY CAREGIVERS IN THE U.S. JESSICA PROVIDES SUPPORT AND STRENGTH TO CLAY AS THEY MANAGE HIS DIAGNOSIS WITH A RELAPSING FORM OF MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS. (AS NATIONAL FAMILY CAREGIVERS MONTH IS NOW UNDERWAY- for LIVE HITS only) – JESSICA AND CLAY JOIN US NOW TO DISCUSS THE CHALLENGES CARE PARTNERS FACE AND THE WALKER’S TIPS FOR CREATING A SUCCESSFUL GAME PLAN TO MANAGE CHRONIC ILLNESSES. YOU WILL LEARN THE FOLLOWING:
JESSICA- WHAT HAVE YOU LEARNED SO FAR ABOUT THE ROLE AS CLAY’S CAREGIVER?
CLAY- HOW IMPORTANT IS JESSICA’S SUPPORT AS A CARE PARTNER TO YOU?
JESSICA – HOW HAS BEING A CARE PARTNER FOR CLAY AFFECTED YOUR LIFE AND DO YOU THINK YOU’RE TYPICAL OF MOST CAREGIVERS?
JESSICA AND CLAY, WHAT HAVE YOU FOUND TO WORK IN YOUR PARTNERSHIP THAT MIGHT BE HELPFUL TO OTHERS?
WHAT ARE YOU FUTURE PLANS?
In 1996, Clay was diagnosed with a relapsing form of multiple sclerosis (RMS). The diagnosis came at a pivotal time in his life; his career in country music was exploding, he had recently finished recording his fourth album and his oldest daughter had just been born. The last thing he expected was the tingling and numbness on his right side, and facial spasms that hit while he was on tour.
Recently, Clay has been in the recording studio with plans to release new music in early 2015, and is making headway in the world of film and television. He stars as host with the Outdoor Channel’s Trophy Hunters
With the Buffalo Bills on a short week, taking their talents to South Beach, the Hashtag Crew is also giving you the preview of the Bills vs. Dolphins, and if the Bills are to turn around a head scratching loss to the Kansas City Chiefs, and get back into the playoff hunt, they will have to best an AFC East rival who left Detroit after a late loss to the Lions.
As always the Crew will give you their Week 11 picks, as there were some surprising winners in Week 10.
Aaron Walker, Professor of Statistics and Fantasy Football Guru, who can be seen at www.sportswalk2014.com or on twitter @sports_walk will give you his signature 'Start'em Bench'em' segment and inform you of the players needed to make that last playoff run over the final weeks of the season.
Tonight's guests are Carol Walker, Dir. of Field Documentation for Wild Horse Freedom Federation and Ginger Kathrens, the Founder and Executive Director of The Cloud Foundation.
Both fought to keep wild horses on federally protected Herd Management Areas in Wyoming, and both witnessed the roundups of these wild horses. And both are among those posting photos of the wild horses that were captured in Wyoming, so that these horses can be adopted rather than end up going to slaughter in the future.
Hosted by Debbie Coffey: V.P. Wild Horse Freedom Federation
Our guest is Carol Walker, Dir. of Field Documentation for Wild Horse Freedom Federation and a plaintiff on a recent lawsuit attempting to stop the BLM from removing over 800 wild horses from Adobe Town, Salt Wells Creek, and Great Divide Basin in Wyoming. Carol was an observer at the roundups, and will share her observations and give an update on the wild horses that are now in captivity.
Carol's website is http://www.wildhoofbeats.com/ and you can see her photography of wild horses at http://www.livingimagescjw.com/
Guest: Frank Burke, businessman in Wisconsin and contributor to American Thinker.
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Myron has a deep love for history as well as the deep and abiding pride in his family. As a result, the desire in him to find out about his roots: about where he came from, where his parents grew up, as well as their parents. He wondered about the kind of life did they lived; what type of life they had ----was it a life of Providence or did they have a great deal of struggling. there was just the driving force in him to know did he came from business minded people or people who worked the as farmer and made a life as best they could with what they were blessed with for their family's sake. we all know that there was always challenges for black people during our past history. Myron simply had to know how they dealt with life and living during those times; the pain and the struggles and led to for the future generations. It was a dedicated joy for him to spend hours and hours searching and searching to find the answers to all of his questions about my forefathers. It is truly a labor of love to discover where you came from and it adds to who you are as a black person and especially for him as a black man in America.
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Myron Gattison was born on August 10th, 1988 to 17 year old Melinda Gattison at Wilson Hospital in Darlington South Carolina. The father was never present so he shall remain nameless. His life growing up in a single parent home was quite different from most, because although his father was not present in his life his grandparents gave all the support he needed, helping out when his mother lacked. Myron was always larger than most children his age so he quickly took a liking to the game of football. Now 21 years old at Johnson C. Smith Myron became known as Uncle Gatt to his fellow teammates because he took college serious this time and seemed to have so much wisdom for his age. He felt like he had a new lease on life, but on the football field things were not the same. He played 2 seasons at JCSU before he departed from the team. The spring going into his senior year he found out he would no longer be on Scholarship, that was the worse day ever, but little did he know that would change his life. Now that football was all but over for Myron he started to focus more of school and life after football. Myron always had a knack for speaking and was able to deliver messages in a very unique way, style and word play that appeal to his peers but grace and professionalism that any professor would respect. Having a love for people and the youth my started to post original quotes and thoughts on social networks and before he knew it people were inviting him to speak and youth events. He came up with a mentoring program called “REALBOSSGANG” and his small business is called “LEGITLIFE”. Myron has just finished his first of many more books and looks to continue to grow his brand into a nationwide movement.
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