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There has never been a better time than now to change your life for the better. Can the process of fine-tuning be uncomfortable? More often than not, the answer is yes. However, discomfort means you’re stretching and growing as a result of your efforts.
If you’re ready to transform and take things to a higher level, then join host Jay Jackson during The Transformation Hour, as he connects with other success minded individuals. This show is designed to help individuals, businesses, and communities develop, transform, and fly! LIVE every Wednesday at 3 P.M. EST. To listen, call in at 347-989-8385 or online at www.blogtalkradio.com/survive3652. This weeks SPECIAL GUEST is the Rev. Dr. Hayward Cordy. To be a guest on the show: Email firstname.lastname@example.org
YES WE ARE DOING THIS... we will do something a bit different. We are bringing back Deigratia A. Daniels, to "Cairo Qween's Taste Of Technology with Co-Host Juarez Jackson", 8 EST. We are talking about the Technology of Dr.Who, the Television show... What impact have television programming and movies had on recent developments in technology?
Another in the series of Michael Jackson inspired shows. They Don't Care About Us. Are you one who feels left out of life? Do you feel that no one loves you? Do you feel that you are different in some way?
In this show Sonia Nadina Haynes speaks to the feelings that many have with feelings of none acceptance. Michael Jackson tried to fit in but was so far beyond us that he could not fit. The people who did not fit themselves attacked him because... join Sonia Nadina in the show to find out why he was so viciously attacked.
This is still happening today. People are being attacked for being different. Are you one who accepts others regardless of their packaging or are you one who feels that you are outside the circle?
Sonia Nadina Haynes is an Emotional Healing Therapist, Author and Healer.
Professor and prison abolitionist Rebecca Hensley?
Professor in the Sociology department
at Southeastern Louisiana University, Hammond, LA
Rebecca Hensley is a writer, speaker, and sociologist who's made a life's work out of unapologetically announcing what she sees. She says, " Some people love it. Some people don't. Whatever. The ball is still the ball, no matter what kind of spin somebody tries to put on it." A commmitted struggler against the prison industrial complex she has worked on the behalf of many warriors locked down most recently the Angola 3
A skilled orator- teacher - and activist she will display a lifesworth of wisdom for the future genrations of struggle to advance the cause.
Her Blog: www.whyaminotsurprised.blogspot.com/2010/09/narrative-about-narrative.html
#StevieMackRadio – Lights, Camera, Action 05 27 2015
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Stevie Mack (Writer/Host) takes the news, current events and pop culture, flip it up, slap it and rub it down with an urban edgy twist! Listen in as political pundits Montel Jackson, Bygh Myke and Rev. Al match wits with Stevie Mack on the "Topic of the Night"
Tonight the first hour is all about Vertex Fight Night 4, coming back next Saturday, June 6 to the Wexford Civic Arena in Cadillac, MI. First we'll talk to both competitors in the women's welterweight main event. Lora Ferguson and Jacki Leese. After that we catch up with the promoter and matchmaker, Vicious Vance Swerdan. Add our ACSLIVE.TV mobile app today!!! The second hour switches gears entirely and we bring in Robert Gordon and our producer Jason Mugg to enjoy a "rapid fire" verbal jam session about current events and bewildering topics. Tune in... Turn on... and DROP IN... by clicking on our links, or by calling (347) 857-1024. Brought to you by The Genco Boot Shop of Jackson, MI, Every Victory Earned, Patino Diet, Nutsack Foods, JetBox, Mr. Vaper E-cig of Muskegon, MI and Paul "Mr Wonderful" Orndorff.
Amanda Campbell has been around Hillclimbing her entire life. At the age of three she started racing in hillclimbs. She finished second in the amateur National Championships in the 125cc Class in 2002 and won the Women's Class in 2010. In 2009 she joined her husband in the AMA Pro Hillclimb Series in the Pro Sport Class on her CRF450. She became the first female to podium in the pro ranks with a second place finish her first race. Her career accomplishments were two second places in her first season and two third places in her second season. In 2012, she dedicated her efforts to the series by becoming involved in every aspect of the sport, from official duties to managing the Series and events to social media to marketing and to promoting the sport and the Series.
Vinny Nuzzolilli, out of Monson, Massachussetts, started racing 1998 at the age of 4. He joined the AMA Pro Hillclimb Series in 2010 at the age of 16. He has accomplished 21 top 3, including 8 career wins. He has won two Unlimited Class National Championships, in 2012 and 2014. He suffered a severe leg fracture in the next to last round in 2013 that put him out of contention for the Championship. As reigning Champion he looks to add to his resume of wins and podiums and go after a third Unlimited Class Championship in 2015. He competes in both the Xtreme Class and Unlimited Class on a CBR 636 and CBR 970 fueled by nitromethane.
Troy Bayliss will be calling in to discuss his experience at the IMDA Springfield Mile. We look forward to hearing his thoughts about the race, the fans and his fellow competitors. Was it what he expected? We find out in this episode of Talking Motorcycles powered by SOZO!
Thanks to: Crosley Radio, Harley-Davidson Motor Company, Dunlop, Bell Motorsports and Motorcycle-Superstore.com!
IQ SportsTalk continues to review and preview the NBA Play-Offs. It's also French Open season. Will Nadal - the King of Clay - continue his reign?
Gwendolyn Denise Lewis was born and raised in Houston Texas. After graduating high school in 1983 she moved to LA to pursue a career in acting. While in LA she met up with her now ex-husband Terry Lewis of which she had met previously in Texas at a Prince concert. In 1984 they moved to Minneapolis Mn and got married. Her daughter Chloe was born that same year. Being married to Terry Lewis gave Gwen great opportunities to sing background vocals for Alexander O'Neal,Janet Jackson and many other secular artist. Gwen even sang background on the theme song of the hit comedy show "In living color". She divorced in 1991,her life began on a downward spiral out of control. Gwen began looking to the world to fill the emptiness she felt inside. This resulted in a string of mental and physical abuse relationships. In 2003 she began seeking and exploring religions. On Easter Sunday 2003 Gwen attended services at Bread of Life church in Minneapolis Mn and gave her life over to the Lord and from there started her new journey of getting to know God personally. Best decision she ever made. In 2004 Gwen had her second child Jazmine. Being a single mom terrified Gwen but she knew with her new relationship with God all she had to do was pray and ask him to see her through it. In 2008 Gwen started to write songs about the love she found in Christ. In 2010 God placed it in her heart to do her first gospel album. Gwen's desire with this album is to bless the lost, abandoned, and seemingly hopeless with Gods love through her music. Even though this has been a tough journey with putting together this album Gwen has never lost faith that Gods purpose and plan for her life will be fulfilled.
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