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Hey Black/African People, I have a message in a bottle for us today, and by the way it's a year for me here on the Initiative Radio Network and oh so proud of that! ,) Old School here showing up today! Always there for my brothers and sisters, always caring, always ever so understanding, always so misunderstood! ;) But I love it! Today we'll cover a couple of tough topics, subjects and inclinations. I don't know who'll show but that's the exciting part for me! I love my folks and anything they can bring to my table. Sit it on the table and we'll dive in! I wanted to talk about Thanksmisgivings today and what it means from a black perspective. How we are divided emotionally on whether we should feel good about joining into something that obviously was never meant for us! Yet, we're saying happy thanksgiving all over the place to help perputate an evil long past. The state of the black consciousness in white peoples america. I was watching the new Carol King musical, showcased on tv this morning, and at the end of the songs they yelled, HAPPY THANKSGIVING!!! On tv I saw the chorus of mixed ethnicities and wondered about my people in there. Wondered and watched and listened and cared about my people there and their choices. They seemed happy and talented and singing the songs that was designed to garner a creed: The true meaning of Thanksgiving, in other words, is the triumph of Capitalism over the failure of Collectivism in all its forms. Call in to the Initiative Radio Network tonight and comment. 1-914-803-4571 at 6pm/Est or 5/Cst. We'll also discuss Haitian Spiritualism as a method to defeating the French ousting them from Haiti's sovereign nation. Why the U.N. is there now with so may nations and troops! Join Bro Jesse, your host!
Venus and I will be discussing Creole Culture, Foods, Recipes and Much Much More.
Please join us for this Fun Evening.
Happy Thanksiving to You and Yours !!!
Marie Catherine Laveau was a Louisiana Creole practitioner of Voodoo renowned in New Orleans. Her daughter, Marie Laveau II, also practiced Voudoun, as well as Voodoo. She and her mother had great influence over their multiracial following.She became the most famous and powerful Voodoo Queen of New Orleans. She was respected and feared by all. Voodoo in New Orleans was a blend of West African religion and Catholicism. Voodoo deities are called Loahs and they are closely paired with the Catholic Saints.
"Smoke Sumthin Radio" is the underground voice of The South. Being based between Florida and Georgia we have provided a place where Underground Artist, Producers, Entertainers, Entrepenures, Bloggers, and Future Bosses, come together to network, discuss, and promote. "Smoke Sumthin Radio" is not your average internet radio show, we cover topics affecting our current industry and economy while engaging with our callers, and allowing all of their input. Meanwhile, enjoying different playlist of today, yesterdays, and new tunes. We do value all of our participants, listeners, and callers and continue to thank everyone for their support. Smoke Sumthin Radio Where Everyone Gets to Lite Up Something
Haiti, because Africans wanted their own traditional culture, their identiy. We don't talk much about the major accomplishments, those brothers and sisters who fought and died for their freedom. The legacy they left for us to remember, study and understand. Against tyrrany rought by other nations, currently under the guise of the United Nations.
http://www.globalresearch.ca/france-and-the-history-of-haiti/17130 They know that their real enemies are the United Nation's Stabilization Missions in Haiti, which is led by the US and France and encompasses troops from the following countries: Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Canada, Chile, Ecuador, France, Guatemala, Jordan, Nepal, Paraguay, Peru, Phillipines, Republic of Korea, Sri Lanka, United States and Uruguay. By the 30th of November 2009, there was a total of 9,065 UN uniformed personnel, 7,031 troops and 2,034 police from over 41 different countries throughout the world participating in the UN occupation of Haiti.
http://www.un.org/en/peacekeeping/missions/minustah/facts.shtmlCall into my 2 hour show 11-19-15, Thursday, 6pm/Est or 5/Cst at 1-914-803-4571. Press 1 to comment on the topic, remember to keep your ph muted to avoid background noise. What was it that the African Haitians knew and understood about their enemy to be successful in creating their on nation of free people, how could they have stood up to so many powerful nations, even to this day! Was that a real earthquake or a covert attack to disrupt Haitian sovereignty? We don't seem to support them as "black" people. We discuss in detail many other methods but theirs won!
On Thursday November 19th, Going Home with Tony host Tony Scimeca gets to be the guest as cohost Claudia Scimeca takes the reins and interviews Tony about his recent and memorable mission trip to Haiti. Tony will share his experience from the moment he was asked to participate in this adventure to the time he arrived and all of the experiences he enjoyed throughout his week stay. Tony is a great story teller and so, you just KNOW that this is going to be a fabulous show. You can find out more about the place that Tony stayed in Haiti, HAFF (Haitian American Friendship Foundation) by going to their website. Meanwhile enjoy this show!
As a Performance Poet, Marie Michaelle writes and performs her own work with a burning passion to entertain and educate her audiences with a smooth verbal, visually stimulating, and spiritual delivery. Several years of theater training in voice control and delivery have led to a finessed tone which enables her to invoke emotion within her audiences. During her performances, audiences sit in a trance like state of visual paralysis as they visually focus on her every movement.
Throughout her life’s experiences, Marie has stockpiled her poetic tool bag full of valuable knowledge with regard to human nature and relationships. Her Haitian heritage infused with American culture, affords her a particular perspective that many who attend her performances and read her books can relate to. To others, Marie’s experience is a source of curiosity. But whatever the case, she pours her experiences over all her works and stimulates the human psyche.
Marie Michaelle is working on publishing a number of poetry books in the near future and currently has one out and available on Lulu.com entitled Windy City Poems of Lust and Desire. And if she’s not busy enough with writing books and performing her poetry, she is also working on recording an album. The album promises to include featured appearances and collaborations with other artists both musical and poetic.
THOR RADIO NETWORK FREE YOUR MIND FRIDAY FEATURES;
This Friday we will Discuss the Public Education System and our Kids/Youth and setting a Firm Foundation. Guest True Freeman and several other invited Panelists will talk the Future of our Kids and their Protection. We will also talk Politics, Law, Legal vs Lawful...Economics, etc.
BRIEF BIO: Human Rights Lawyer, Ezili Dantò is dedicated to correcting the media lies and colonial narratives about Haiti. An award winning playwright, a performance poet, author and human rights lawyer, Ezili Dantò is founder of the Haitian Lawyers Leadership Network, runs the Ezili Dantò Eyewitness project, the Free Haiti Movement and Zili Dlo, a clean water, solar electricity, cultural education and skills transfer project for Haiti.
Haiti human rights, justice and dignity
DJ Scripz is a Haitian born DJ, but came to Brooklyn, New York at the age of six years old. DJ Scripz was raised in Crown Heights Brooklyn during the 80’s. The music and the Hip Hop culture influenced his style and creativity. Hip hop legendary icons like LL COOL J, Eric B & Rakim, KOOL G RAP, BIG DADDY KANE, Public Enemy, EMPD, BIZZ MARKIE, TRIBE CALLED QUEST, JAY Z, NAS, BIG L, KRS1 and NOTORIOUS B.I.G are a big inspiration for DJ Scripz’s creative visionary Hip Hop style. DJ Scripz is a film director,film producer,and music producer who owns Black Dymond MGNT, inc. Black Dymond MGNT is an artist management company that works with upcoming New York City artists.After his run as a hip hop artist manager he decided to brush up on his DJ skills and entered the DJ arena.To further sharpened his Djing techniques,he attended THE JAM MASTER JAY DJ ACADEMY in lower manhattan and obtained many certificates on verious Djing techniques.DJ Scripz captivating sound spans the eras and blends genres of classic hip hop to,smooth R&B,flip reggae Dancehall riddims, throwback to 80s pop freestyle,and capable to turn the party up with current top forties.As a DJ who is extremely passionate about the Hip Hop culture as a whole he decided to script a documentary film detailing his experience living in Brooklyn New York as a young Haitian immigrant kid. Thus,he produced "THE HAITIAN POLO DOCUMENTARY FILM". The Haitian Polo Documentary film is based on the young Haitian immigrant kids experience here in Brooklyn New York during the 80'S & 90'S ERA. In addition to film production, DJ Scripz is also seriously involved in music production as well.
E 1 ON ONE ON ONE POSITIVE WAY RADIO BRINGS YOU YET ANOTHER GREAT LINE UP. WE WILL INTERVIEW THE LOVELY DIEDRE DEVANCE AKA ALIEN AND DISCUSS HER MOVEMENT. SHE IS A WRITER, PERFORMER, HOST AND RADIO PERSONALITY AMONG HER MANY TITLES. MARIE MICHAELLE WILL BE BY TO TALK ABOUT HER ARTISTRY AND EXPERIENCES AS A SPOKEN WORD ARTIST. THE HAITIAN BORN QUEEN HAS A LOT TO SAY! LARIE EDWARDS WILL DO HIS FIRST OPWR INTERVIEW AND TALK ABOUT THE GRIND AND WHAT HE HAS BEEN UP TO . THIS WILL BE A GREAT NIGHT OF PROGRAMING FOR SURE ONE POSITIVE WAY! HOSTED BY SCORPIO SESSIONS!
Host artist Andre Juste interviews Dr. Philippe Lerebours on his life and legacy documenting Haitian art history.
Dr. Lerebours is the author of "Haiti et Ses Peintres de 1804 à 1980". He has a doctorate in Art History from the Sorbonne University in Paris. In a career that spanned decades, he had many responsibilities, including director and curator of the Musée d’Art Haitien du Collège St. Pierre and Head of the National School of the Arts (ENARTS).
He was honored twice this summer for his lifetime achievements by Haitian organizations in Queens and Brooklyn.
Host Andre Juste is an artist and art writer evolving in the New York art scene whose work has been noted for defying stereotypes of Haitian art. He has contributed a chapter titled Haitian Art to Henry Louis Gates and Anthony Appiah's Africana: The Encyclopedia of the African and African American Experience.
After the show, you can find a wrap-up at www.kiskeacity.com.
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