• 02:24

    Joshua Generation Presents ... "Voice of the Baby"

    in Self Help

    Welcome Special Guest Host Joan Gosier as she discusses the state of young Black children in today's America.


    Enough is enuf! In 2014, like our children ... HBCUs are endangered species.


    "The greatest mistake of the Movement has been trying to organize a sleeping people around specific goals. You have to wake the people up first, then you'll action." - Malcolm X


    We need a healing.

  • 02:30

    Joshua Generation: What You Don't Know Can (and WILL) Hurt You

    in Self Help

    Join us this evening for a "before bedtime" chat with co-hosts Joan Gosier and Tiombe Kendrick Dunn.


    We will be discussing many of the financial and socio-economic dynamics that "bleed and drain" the Black community of land and resources, as well as budget management on a dime, even if all you have IS a dime.


    Our aim is to play a role, through the King's Town Family Foundation and BMQ (Black Men's Quarterly) to make certain that the state of the Black economy -by 2064- is much more advanced than what it is now. We also strive to tend to the keys and pathways that lead to financial and economic independence for singles, families, and the Black community at-large.


    Stay tuned ... 

  • 01:30

    TRU Skool Featuring: Shango Blake talks to founders of HBCUK

    in Education

    T.R.U. SKOOL kicks off their Historically Black College Tour Series discussing the importance of Historically Black College & University. Featuring husband and wife team, Thomas and Joan Gosier founders of HBCU Kidz, Inc. and  HBCUKids.com, a website that encourages our children to attend HBCU's and understand the historical value of our traditions.
    Dubbed “The Hip Hop Principal” by parents and students, he has taken the powerful and magnetic force known as Hip Hop and channeled it into a tool that gets young urban students excited about education while at the same time building their self-esteem and confidence. This Project also benefitted the students by creating a project-based model for teaching valuable skills and lessons that extended from the classroom into practical application. The result of this was not only a student-created music video that screened at the Tribeca Film Festival, also students learned to use their passion to focus on education, self-respect, and self-determination, They were honored by Southeast Queens, New York City, and nationally for their hard work and accomplishment. The success of the project was unparalleled, and combined with other unique teaching methods, projects, and programs, a formerly at-risk school experienced skyrocketing test scores, decreased violence, and students began to realize their own abilities. Through interactive dialogue with his audience, and guests, the mission is to educate ALL AT- RISK communities.
    www.shangoblake.com
     

  • 01:30

    TRU Skool: Shango Blake talks to founders of HBCUKids.com

    in Education

     
    Join  T. R.U. SKOOL Radio on the Keys107network(blogtalkradio.com) as he talks with, In the Spirit of the Million Man March- Return of the Historically Black College Tour. Host  Shango Blake Welcomes Thomas and Joan Gosier founders of HBCU Kidz, Inc. and HBCUKids.com, "a website that encourages our children to attend HBCU's and understand the historical value of our traditions." Call in and  listen to (213) 943-3618  or log in www.shangoblake.com

  • 01:30

    TRU Skool: Shango Blake talks to founders of HBCUKids.com

    in Education

    T.R.U. SKOOL kicks off their Historically Black College Tour Series discussing the importance of Historically Black College & University. Featuring husband and wife team, Thomas and Joan Gosier founders of HBCU Kidz, Inc. and  HBCUKids.com, a website that encourages our children to attend HBCU's and understand the historical value of our traditions.
    Dubbed “The Hip Hop Principal” by parents and students, he has taken the powerful and magnetic force known as Hip Hop and channeled it into a tool that gets young urban students excited about education while at the same time building their self-esteem and confidence. This Project also benefitted the students by creating a project-based model for teaching valuable skills and lessons that extended from the classroom into practical application. The result of this was not only a student-created music video that screened at the Tribeca Film Festival, also students learned to use their passion to focus on education, self-respect, and self-determination, They were honored by Southeast Queens, New York City, and nationally for their hard work and accomplishment. The success of the project was unparalleled, and combined with other unique teaching methods, projects, and programs, a formerly at-risk school experienced skyrocketing test scores, decreased violence, and students began to realize their own abilities. Through interactive dialogue with his audience, and guests, the mission is to educate ALL AT- RISK communities.
    www.shangoblake.com

  • 01:36

    When Brain Talk Hits The Sun In Her Eyes -Teen Youth Authors

    in Youth

    Hot off of National Black Teen Empowerment Expo's [NBTEE] Youth Page's... The Sun In Her Eyes' award winning 15 y/o Teen Author and Blogger CAMRY MOORE and Let's Talk About Brains co-author TOMEARA GOSIER of HBCU Kidz's We ALL start small come together to discuss their books, give you the youth perspective and for some serious girl talk! Join the conversation. CALL IN (646) 716-7994 or just lay in the cut in the chat room.
    This is another LISTEN . LEARN . DO program. Respect and Support our youth authors Camry Moore and Tomeara Gosier by engaging their voice and perspective, then actively purchasing and sharing their books and messages. CALL IN (646) 716-7994.

  • 00:25

    Shaking the Money Tree - Teleseminar

    in Finance

    Join us for this free teleseminar on Saturday the 21st of May at 1 p.m. EST, when Zhana, author of Shaking the Money Tree, will be interviewed by Joan Gosier, author of Cotton Pickin' Paycheck.    
     
    In the new ebook Shaking the Money Tree, Zhana has interviewed experts who share ways of funding your business, your education or your arts or community project through raising sponsorship funds. 
     
    To download Shaking the Money Tree now, go to www.moneytreesponsors.com

  • 01:30

    Monthly Showcase 6:30pm 1st Mondays!

    in Dreams

    FEATURED Participants this Month!

    ~ Joan Gosier - (of Urbanna, VA) ~ Adele J. Foster - (of Plano, TX) ~ Apostle Alicia Norton - (of Moreno Valley, CA) ~ Jessica G. White - (of Memphis, TN) ~ Dr. Niama Williams, Ph.D. - (of Norristown, PA) ~ Eric Vance - (of Atlanta, GA) ~ Dr. Robin King - (of Long Beach, CA)

  • 01:00

    Ladies Roundtable Discussion On Swaggie's Voice

    in Family

    Ladies will discuss current state of African-American female youth from childhood through teens. Focus will be on how the community or Village can reclaim our youth and encourage them on a path of success.

    Join Special Host Joan Gosier of HBCUKidz and Guest Elsie Spruil, Author of "Dear God" as they speak to the heart of the matters affecting youth today!

  • 01:30

    CENTER STAGE: Up Close and Personal w-the BBS Value Tour

    in Music

    Music and Conversations. CENTER STAGE! Liana is your host w-the most bringing you CENTER STAGE w-the BBS Value Tour. MEET featured jazz artist, the sexy BRIAN O'NEAL (interviewed by Hussein Hill) and BBSVT Fam JOAN E. GOSIER. Yes, we are Family. Let's Build and Connect >Artist+Business+Community = Family.

  • 00:30

    Success Strategies With Zhana

    in Self Help

    Zhana's guest will be Joan Gosier of HBCU Kidz talking about "The Invisible Black Family", plus phone in. Your chance to air your views about Obama: if he is elected, what difference will this make to your day-to-day life?

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