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Host | Xavier Mejia
Guest | Aaron Saenz
Joining me on this episode is the board president of the Pasadena Pride Center, Aaron Saenz. The Pasadena Pride Center serves the greater San Gabriel Valley, here in Southern California.
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Although Satan is the enemy of every believer, he's not man's greatest enemy. Our greatest enemy is within the human soul which manifests itself in pride. What are some of the indicators of this enemy called pride and how should we combat it?
Pastor Woods explains in his sermon titled, "The I's of Pride". Taken from Romans 12:3.
Anthony Tirendi, the 2014 president of Heartland Pride, the Omaha Metro Area's LGBTQIAA pride organization, joined Corwin and Phil in the studio to talk about the events in the Omaha area this coming weekend. *K8 sat in to help out with the 2014 Soundbackers Union by answering the phones.
Lavender Hill airs live every Sunday morning at 11 Central on Lincoln's Community Radio statio KZUM-HD 89.3FM and online. Corwin and Phil bring you news, views, interviews, and music from the LGBTQIAA community with a focus on Lincoln and Omaha. You can find Lavender Hill on Facebook, Google+ and Twitter, email the hosts at firstname.lastname@example.org and let them know what you think and what you want to hear!
Abibifahodie (Black Liberation),
The year is 2016. Black Nationalism and PanAfrikanism dominated the 20th Century as the primary "Black Power" philosophy for Black unity. The movement that most prominently pushed this philosophy was the UNIA under the leadership of Marcus Mosiah Garvey.
PanAfrikanism in its purest essence is a philosophy that seeks to unite the global Afrikan world community into a solid mass of people dedicated to the uplifting and progress of Black people. Afrika would be our base and the world would become our working space.
The question is now that there is a "homosexual agenda" whether or not PanAfrikanism is sufficient for our modern world dynamic or if we need a more definitive construct to protect the identity of us as Afrikan people.
In short, is "Straight Black Pride" a philosophy that can accompany PanAfrikanism or is it a 21st Century philosophy that can ultimately replace PanAfrikanism as the primary intellectual philosophy for Black people in the 21st Century.
For opening night of our newest show Patriot Pride, Mike "Mayhem" Hodges plunges into hidden problems within the U.S. and covers the controversy behind these problems.
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Today we are going to be tackling the “Evil” P-words......Pride and Passion and the Dogma that cripples us when trying to accomplish our goals. I will share with you about my trip and the coolest dog I have ever met, and we are going to talk about our stance on fair use of created and copyrighted material
We will open the phone lines during the show and get your comments and take your questions!
I look forward to seeing you in the chat room, and can't wait to talk to you during the show. Until then Knights.............
Awaken the Knight Within!
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Padraic McKinley began his career in film as a music editor for renowned film editor William Anderson, A.C.E. After successful collaborations with Mr. Anderson including Paramount Pictures’ THE TRUMAN SHOW, Mr. McKinley began editing music videos, commercials, and title sequences for The Picture Company in Dublin, Ireland. He has since cut 13 feature films and over 75 episodes of television. Mr. McKinley’s first feature film as an editor was the 2002 critically acclaimed IGBY GOES DOWN for United Artists, collaborating with director Burr Steers for their first of four films together including the 2009 hit comedy 17 AGAIN for New Line Cinema, Universal Pictures’ 2010 romantic drama CHARLIE ST.CLOUD, and this year’s action-comedy PRIDE and PREJUDICE and ZOMBIES for Sony Pictures/Screen Gems. Mr. McKinley also has a long-standing cinematic relationship with director Gary Fleder, having collaborated on seven television pilots together and two feature films: Universal Pictures’ 2012 biographical sports drama THE EXPRESS and the 2014 action thriller HOMEFRONT for Open Road films. Mr. McKinley’s other film credits include the 2004 remake of ALFIE (Paramount Pictures), directed by Charles Shyer; the political drama BORDERTOWN (THINKfilm), directed by Gregory Nava; and the action film WILD CARD (Lionsgate) directed by Simon West. Television credits include such notable shows as THE SHIELD, DEXTER, LIFE ON MARS, LIE TO ME, OCTOBER ROAD, and the critically acclaimed drama KINGDOM for DirecTv. Mr. McKinley acts as the main editor on KINGDOM, having edited all 30 episodes to date. He is also the music editor, co-music supervisor, and co-producer of the show.
A massive crew across the nation checks in as Chris, Jeremy, Jerry, Kyle, Ryan and Alex all chime in on the 2016 NFL Draft and the Pride Of Detroit invasion in Chicago. The guys break down their favorite moments from the draft and talk about every pick the Detroit Lions made, from Taylor Decker to Jake Rudock to A'Shawn Robinson to Jimmy Landes. They break down each guy, what it means for the Lions moving into 2016 and if the pick can start right now or if they'll need some time, or if they're a project. For the first time, the PODcast also features the calls from Pride Of Detroit readers and Lions fans who left reactions to the draft.
Thank you for joining us today on the Voice of Hope, a program designed to bring God's Word primarily to Mandarin speakers. All programs are broadcast in both English and Mandarin. Today the topic is PRIDE. We hope that you will journey with us into the world of the apostle Paul and find the antidote for pride.
Join us Thursday 5/5/16 at 7pm-10pm EST as we discuss the origins of Christianity and Islam with our guest Trust Graham. Is Chritianity and Islam Black People's Religion? Or was it create and used as a tool of Oppression? Call In and share your knowledge and views with us. The Call In Number Is (347)850-1836.
Rick Lasky is back with Glenn Corbett to discuss fire service traditions. This episode originally aired on January 21, 2008. They discuss fire musters, the use of hand pumpers, wetdowns of apparatus, early firefighting equipment, and more.