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A focus on the History of Mother's Day in celebration of of May 11th, Mother's Day Sunday.
#HappyMothersDay to you & yours.
Thanks for love & support always.
-BETH aka B.TRU
We have over 700 pages of History on the web for your reading pleasure at www.historyofcardinals.com. We hope to become your one stop reading for the rich tradition of Cardinal baseball. We don't know it all but we are trying to get all the history covered.
February is Black History month. As the month begins to move forward...I was recently asked a question of whether or not we are making in strides in expanding the knowledge base on Black History? Are we better or worse off than we have been in the past? Do we need to make changes...and, if so, what changes and how can they be made? With the current state of race relations in our society...is this even a feasible idea? If you have a perspective...call in and share!
Tonight, we will be sharing a replay in honor of Black History month. Listen in to this very informative and candid conversation about how Jim Crow Laws still exist today. America is the most diversified country in the world, and yet, racism is still alive and well in this great country we call "land of the free".
Let's talk about the issue. Can this country learn to tune out the divisive rhetoric and unite together to Make A Difference? We would like to hear your thoughts. Tell us what you think in the comment section.
Konscious Vibe Host Melvin X lays out the details behind within the written history of Black people in America.In timeline fashion, the discussion will start with the Trans-Atlantic slave trade all the way to the modern psychology effects that slavery has on Black Americans today.
In timeline fashion, the discussion will start with the Trans-Atlantic slave trade all the way to the modern psychology effects that slavery has on Black Americans today.
Navigating through time will present topics and sub topics pertaining to economic woes, black on black crime, white supremacy, gentrification, and the complete eradiation of the true knowledge of Black culture.
Digital Learning Day is a national campaign that celebrates educators and shines a spotlight on successful instructional practice and effective use of technology in-and-out of classrooms throughout the country. Join us on this episode of NWP radio to hear from staff and key partners as they discuss how to participate in the fifth annual Digital Learning Day and engage with NWP's digital initiatives throughout the year.
On the last episode of Spartan Life Radio, we talked about the stupendous Black History Month (BMH) 2016 observance taking place at Norfolk State University. In this episode, we tracked down several faculty members who have created unique and interesting programming for this year's observance. Did you know that there's a connection between the famous Buffalo Soldiers of Virginia's history and the Philippines? We're going to talk to NSU's Dr. April T. Manalang, assistant professor in the Department of History and Interdisciplinary Studies, about her research into this "hidden" Virginia History and the program she's created for the Black History Month Celebration. Professor Anthony Stockard, director of the NSU Theatre Company, will discuss the encore performance of the award-winning play "The Brothers Size." The drama has won several awards and was recently presented at the Kennedy Center's American College Theatre Festival. "The Brothers Size" was also presented at last year's National Black Theatre Festival making it the most-awarded production in Norfolk State University history! And, last but certainly not least, Professor Carol Pretlow, NSU's resident political guru, who will round out our panel will discuss a BHM program involving students from the political science department. African American Perspectives on International Politics and Foreign Policy is a panel discussion on the topic from the student perspective.
Join us for what promises to be a spirited conversation.
Shalom Ladies, welcome back. Tonight we are looking into the Origins of a Holiday that claims to be filled with love but like Christmas, Easter, and Thanksgiving Valentines Day is rooted in paganism.
Celebrated on February 15, Lupercalia (known as the festival of sexual license), was held by the ancient Romans in honor of Lupercus, God of Fertility. The Ancient Pagan Lupercalia Festival is known and celebrated in our day as Valentines Day.
7 QUALITIES OF AN EAGLE BY DR. MYLES MONROE
1. Eagles fly alone and at high altitudes. They don't fly with sparrows or other small birds. Keep good company.
2. Eagles have a strong vision. They are able to see far. Have the ability to visualize and make prompt decisions.
3. Eagles do not eat dead things. They always feed on fresh prey. Do not rely on your past success; keep looking for new frontiers to conquer.
4. Eagles love the storm. The storm assures that the eagle will soar high. Face your challenges, knowing that these will make you emerge stronger and better than you were.
5. Eagles test before they trust. Test the loyalty and commitment of your friends and leaders in your team.
6. Eagles prepare for training. They remove the feathers and soft grass in the nest so that the young get uncomfortable in preparation for flying. Leave your comfort zone – there is no growth there.
7. Eagles find a place of renewal. As they grow old, they go through a painful process of transformation. The eagle knocks its old beak on a rock to remove it. Once a new one grows it plucks its old feathers from its chests and wings and lives for another 30 years. Read books that will transform you. Watch things that will challenge and build you.
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