• 00:31

    Kemetic, Genetic, Natural Eating

    in Education

    This Thursday show we will be interviewing Brother Chris Johnson, who is a raw food chef from Sacramento, Ca. who learned his trade in Atlanta, Ga. he has a detox program that will help the melanin body function efficiently he will explain to us the benefit of a raw food and share with us his journey on becoming a raw foodist. 


    Guest call us at 347 925 9705  

  • 00:58

    Using Civil Rights Records to Find The Story in Your Family- Antoinette Harrell

    in History

    Using Civil Rights Records to Find The Story In Your Community and Family


    Please join genealogist and family historian Antoinette Harrell for a discussion of how and why researchers will want to explore the Civil Rights records to find relatives that were engaged in the Civil Rights movement throughout the South.  Ms. Harrell will use a case example of Mr. Herbert Lee a Civil Rights leader from Amite County, Mississippi to illustrate what was documented in Federal Records about him.


    Antoinette Harrell, a renowned genealogist, author and blogger whose genealogical research has been featured on Nightline News, People Magazine and many other national and international public media. Harrell is the host and producer of Nurturing Our Roots Television and Nurturing Our Roots Blog Talk Radio and was appointed Honorary Attorney General in the State of Louisiana in 2003 for her studies in genealogy. She is also one of the recipients of the ASLAH Award in 2013 for her outstanding services as a humanitarian activist and film maker and has been featured in “Chronicle On Civil Rights” & Civil Rights History from the Ground Up: Local Struggles a National Movement.


    The Department of Justice Records are available under the Civil Rights Division at the National Archives.


    The Civil Rights Division of the Department of Justice, created in 1957 by the enactment of the Civil Rights Act of 1957, works to uphold the civil and constitutional rights of all Americans, particularly some of the most vulnerable members of our society. The Division enforces federal statutes prohibiting discrimination on the basis of race, color, sex, disability, religion, familial status and national origin.

  • 01:34

    Chief Langley House of Ancestry - Genealogy Questions and Ancestors

    in Education

    Chief Langley returns tonite with basic genealogy questions and answers. Tune in Live.

  • 01:01

    New York City during the Great Depression with Suzanne Wasserman

    in History

    Rebroadcast from October 2012.


    Suzanne Wasserman, director of the Gotham Center for New York City History, joins Jane to talk about New York City during the Great Depression of the 1930s. How did the Great Depression affect your NYC ancestors? What has the 1940 U.S. Census told us about their lives?  Suzanne is an historian and award-winning filmaker. She has a Ph.D. in American history from New York University.


    Find the Gotham Center at www.GothamCenter.org.


    Depression Era photographs by Rebecca Lepkoff.

  • 01:45

    Ask Herbal Health Expert Susun Weed

    in Self Help

    Susun Weed answers 75 minutes of herbal health questions.


    this episode Q&A includes:


    • birth control and birth control pills..


    • making tinctures from fresh adn dry plant material of usnea, osha and echinacea..


    • during menopause- unless you have a problem that is going to kill you, stay away from doctors..


    • syndrome- collection of symptoms- not a disease..


    • PCOS is genetic, you are born with it..


    • sabal palm- medicinal?


    • poke root can damage your kidneys- not to be taken in large doses..


    • 'Down There' for information on herpes..


    • Barrett's Esophagus- slippery elm and dandelion..


    • rheumatoid arthritis- movement, pain management and astragalus..


    •  sugar in the diet..


    • acne, yarrow and koalin clay..


    • and much more..


     

  • 00:57

    Using Civil Rights Records to Find the Story with Antoinette Harrell

    in History

    Using Civil Rights Records to Find The Story In Your Community and Family


    Please join genealogist and family historian Antoinette Harrell for a discussion of how and why researchers will want to explore the Civil Rights records to find relatives that were engaged in the Civil Rights movement throughout the South.  Ms. Harrell will use a case example of Mr. Herbert Lee a Civil Rights leader from Amite County, Mississippi to illustrate what was documented in Federal Records about him.


    Antoinette Harrell, a renowned genealogist, author and blogger whose genealogical research has been featured on Nightline News, People Magazine and many other national and international public media. Harrell is the host and producer of Nurturing Our Roots Television and Nurturing Our Roots Blog Talk Radio and was appointed Honorary Attorney General in the State of Louisiana in 2003 for her studies in genealogy. She is also one of the recipients of the ASLAH Award in 2013 for her outstanding services as a humanitarian activist and film maker and has been featured in “Chronicle On Civil Rights” & Civil Rights History from the Ground Up: Local Struggles a National Movement.


    The Department of Justice Records are available under the Civil Rights Division at the National Archives.


    The Civil Rights Division of the Department of Justice, created in 1957 by the enactment of the Civil Rights Act of 1957, works to uphold the civil and constitutional rights of all Americans, particularly some of the most vulnerable members of our society. The Division enforces federal statutes prohibiting discrimination on the basis of race, color, sex, disability, religion, familial status and national origin.


     


     


     

  • 00:57

    Men Weave

    in Training

    Welcome to Beauty Chat Radio 


    Men Wearing Weaves


    This evening we will discuss ""Men wearing weave" with Michael A. Wray. As you guys know I love serfing Social Network for talents. Well when I saw the creation of Men wearing weave by, Michael it instantly gave me a feeling of passion for hairstyling again, I having done hair in almost 2 years. Please join us to learn about this exciting opportunity for hair professional.


     


    About Michael A. Wray:


    Michael A. Wray II realized early in life his artistic talent. Being the grandson of two beautician grandmothers, Michael Wray, as people affectionately call him by both his first and last names, seemingly has it in his genetic composition to be a hairstylist. Practicing his raw talent throughout his youth, after graduating from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill with a B.A. in Communication Studies, Michael Wray finally decided to professionally follow his passion and received training for cosmetology through Paul Mitchell the School.  His artistic ability has provided great opportunities for him such as working with L’Oreal, lending his unique ethnic hair care and styling expertise to the brand of Softsheen Carson, as a Style Squad member, educator, and presenter.  Wray’s skill to style hair to reflect his client’s persona, ideal, or imagination has made him sought after and appreciated by celebrities and notorieties. Michael A. Wray II gives new unique definition to his exquisite hair artistry; it’s called “Wraydiant.”


     


    BECOME A GUEST OR A SPONSOR ON #BEAUTYCHATRADIO VISIT WWW.ROSASRESOURCES.BIZ

  • 00:55

    Technology and Autism with Christopher J. Smith

    in Family

    We talk with Christopher J. Smith of Southwest Autism Research & Resource Center (SARRC) about emerging technology and research to support individuals with autism.


    Christopher J. Smith, Ph.D., Vice President and Director of Research at SARRC, is an experimental psychologist with expertise in the diagnosis of autism spectrum disorder and measurement of associated traits. Before joining SARRC, Dr. Smith was an assistant professor in the department of psychiatry at the Mount Sinai School of Medicine, and still maintains a faculty position. His background is in phenotyping complex psychiatric disorders for the purposes of genetic studies.


    Under the direction of Dr. Smith, SARRC’s research team focuses on improving the early detection of autism spectrum disorder (ASD) and expediting accurate diagnostic methods; advancing research on effective treatments for autism, both pharmaceutical and behavioral, that lead to an improved quality of life for individuals with the disorder and their families; and educating all kinds of professionals in the community to improve detection, diagnosis and services for individuals with autism.

  • 03:21

    KTL RADIO presents THE SYSTEM OF RACISM ft Dr Frances Cress-Welsing

    in News

    Join Know The Ledge Radio as we welcome the Mighty Matriarch for the first time, Dr. Frances Cress Welsing!


    As a renowned psychiatrist specializing in the root cause of extreme racism against the Afrikan people of the world, Cress postulates in the "Cress Theory of Color Confrontation" that white supremacy is due in fact to the numerical inadequacy and genetic deficiency of the caucasian race. For over 50 years Dr. Welsing has contributed to the justice of melanated individuals authoring The Isis Papers; The Keys To The Colors.


    In her initial appearance with us she will prepare us for her powerful lecture for the Sunposium series at Ta-Merry Temple with a presentation entitled The System of Racism (White Supremacy) And A Scientific Black Agenda. In this groundbreaking discussion she will explore the movements necessary for Afrikans to embrace the innate genetic superiority we possess thus removing the restraints and dependence of the current structure. 


    The age old tradition continues, as the elder brings forth the word. May you see the value in this divine opportunity and be ready to receive.


    CLASS IS IN SESSION 


    *flyer design & words provided by KT the Arch Degree

  • 01:05

    Gather at the Table Revisited with Sharon Morgan and Thomas Norman Dewolf

    in History

    Gather at the Table: The Healing Journey of a Daughter of Slavery and a Son of the Slave Trade --


     


    -- is the chronicle of a shared journey toward racial reconciliation. Informed by genealogy, it deals with race, social justice and healing from the traumatic wounds of slavery. Over a three year period, the authors traveled through 27 states, visiting ancestral towns, courthouses, cemeteries, plantations, antebellum mansions, and historic sites. 


    Bernice Alexander Bennett welcomes Sharon Leslie Morgan and Thomas Norman Dewolf to share this compelling journey with us.


    Sharon Morgan is a marketing communications consultant and a nationally recognized pioneer in multicultural marketing. An avid genealogist, she is the webmaster for OurBlackAncestry.com and is a founder of the Black Public Relations Society. 


    Thomas Norman DeWolf, author of Inheriting the Trade, is featured in the Emmy-nominated documentary film Traces of the Trade, which premiered at the Sundance Film Festival and on the acclaimed PBS series POV. DeWolf speaks regularly about healing from the legacy of slavery and racism at conferences and colleges throughout the United States. 

  • 02:18

    Secret Revealed: Most U.S. Blacks Are Native Americans

    in Politics Progressive

    Most U.S. Blacks are Native Americans, according to archelogical research and artifacts. Please call (347)857-3293 at 9pmEST to speak on air to Dr. David Imhotep about his book about this subject: "The First Americans Were Africans," available at Amazon. Read more at  
    http://freespeakblog.blogspot.com/2015/02/most-us-blacks-are-native-americans.html

    An Italian explorer, Giovanni da Verrazzano, wrote a description in 1524 of the "Carolina Indians" he encountered. He wrote, "The complexion of the Carolina Indians is black, not much different from that of the Ethiopians. Their hair is black and thick, and not very long, tied back behind the head like a small tail. As for the physique of these men, they are well proportioned, of medium height, a little taller than we are. They have broad chests, strong arms, and the legs and other parts of the body are well-composed. They're broad in the face and have big black eyes. They have a sharp cunning and are agile and swift runners."
          Genesis 1:9-10 ~ And God said, Let the waters under the heaven be gathered together unto ONE place, and let the dry land appear: and it was so. And God called the dry land Earth; and the gathering together of the waters called he Seas: and God saw that it was good.
          Genetic data proves that all mankind has a single African mother. Blacks are indigenous in various continents and countries, indicating that the "dry land" was once a single unit. Plate tectonics is the theory that the outer rigid layer of the earth (the lithosphere) is divided into a couple of dozen "plates" that move around across the earth's surface relative to each other, like slabs of ice on a lake. We may therefore theorize that what is now the Americas was in ancient times western Africa. Blacks were in the Americas for centuries before the slave trade of the 1500s.

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