• 00:32

    Amitabha Buddha Prayer Hotline / Feeding the homeless

    in Prayer

    Welcome to our first show, Amitabha Prayer Hotline,


    I am an Initiate of Master Dr. Mitchell Gibson and Acharya Kathy Gibson.


    On this show, I will provide Prayers on behalf of the energies of Amitabha Buddha, Archangel Zythurdreane, Archange Zagzagael. 


    If you have a prayer request, please explain it on the air, and focus on the issue at hand while I pray for you.


    In part, this will also be a documentary of my adventures feeding the homeless on Skid Row. It will entail what I have learned and powerful stories that may lead to some tears. 


    Thank You Tybro Family
    Thank You Master
    Thank You Acharya 


    Guest Call in 646-595-4385
    http://tobtr.com/s/7532451

  • 01:56

    "AIMI vs. USA" re Circumventing Successful Reentry: Goolsby 04/18/15

    in Politics Progressive

    An "AIMI vs. USA" claimant, Ms. Goolsby, will report at 9pmEST Saturday, April 18, Listen to the live broadcast via phone to make comments at (818)572.2947. She says her mentally ill son was recently re-arrested after being out of prison on parole for two years and denied his social security and Medicaid because Georgia's prison system refused to furnish the Social Security Admn. with documentation proving that he was a psychiatric inmate who was treated for mental illness throughout his incarceration. He lived homeless for most of the time he was out of prison. He passed 13 drug tests, but finally got so frustrated with being broke and hungry that he failed one and tested positive for #marijuana . Therefore, his parole was revoked. Before prison, he had received disability income since he was a small child. His mother reports that due to the Georgia #prison system's noncooperation with the Social Security Admin., he could not make it and rejoined the 1.25 million mentally ill prisoners in the USA. Reasons like this cause America to have a 67.5 percent #recidivism  rate. A disability #lawyer was working with the family to get the documentation from Georgia and resume the disabled young man's social security, and he had a job for a short while, but ...

    The tape will be available for listening any time after the live show on Blogralkradio. Thank you for giving Assistance to the Incarcerated Mentally Ill. Whether or not you have relatives who suffer persecution for having mental illness, you are taxpayers who pay prison investors to warehouse America's mentally ill people.

  • 02:11

    Free Flowing Friday

    in Radio

    Tonight's segment of "Free Flowing Friday  - What's Wrong with this Country." In this country there appears to be a war on the poor, war on the homeless, war on the Black man, war on African Americans, war on the ederly, war against Christians, and a war against the mentally ill.  On tonight's show we will explore why all these groups seem to be under attack, and who is waging these wars. Is it all about Agenda 21.

  • Ending Homelessness

    in Politics Progressive

    Host Donald Whitehead will welcome key leaders, grassroots organizers, experts, and other voices to discuss ending homelessness, progressive politics, culture, demographics, social justice, economic justice, social change, community action, community organizing, and more!

  • 01:47

    From Homeless to Hallelujah: The Derrell Thomas Story

    in Music

    Derrell started singing in his dad's church choir at 5 years of age. Derrell's love for God and Gospel music planted him in the music ministry for over 25 years.


    This constant exposure to the presence of God saturated Derrell with a powerful anointing. His gifts have made room for him to open for Yolanda Adams, Byron Cage and Josh Groban.


    Last year, Derrell appeared on the "Bobby Jones Presents" television broadcast where he performed his first single, "My All and All.


    "In February of this year, he was named “Most Inspirational Artist” during the New Artist Showcase he d at the Texas Gospel Music Excellence Awards.


    Join us as we speak with our special guest Derrell Thomas.

  • 00:30

    Evangelist & Author Earlina Gilford-Weaver stops by Good Deeds w/Dr.Renee Sunday

    in Motivation

    Evangelist Earlina Gilford-Weaver is one of God design artist to bring as much awareness needed in our societiestoday’ growing up as a foster child of mental, physical & sexual abuse, my tremendous life story has informed me that my works on every side need to be dedicated as a true Servant of the Lord,   I am a proud wife, a mother of three, and a grandmother of five, I am a step Mother of 5, and a Spiritual Mother to many, in 1995 God has raised me up from a three month coma, after that he raised me up from a wheel chair and has taken me off 24 hour oxygen, and I am a cancer survivor, in the mist of my storm.I decided I had a true purpose ordain from the lord and dedicated my life back to the lord to be use as his vessel.


    My calling and plan from God is being a motivational speaker, Author, play screen writer, and a producer of my own testimony, my first film.  In 2003 the lord birth many ministries in me by caring for foster children, feeding the homeless, teaching his daughters, he decided to plant my feet in a ministry that he allowed me to give birth to and raise, “Shekinah Glory Drama Outreach” 


    In 2010 I stepped out in faith and wrote my first novel “Who Will Wipe My Tears Away? With my husband Richard Weaver working by my side designing the cover, later in 2011 it became a gospel stage play, that is now a motion feature film of my life story where also my husband played a manger part by giving the name “Angry Tears” filmed by Film maker/ Director/ Producer David L Walker, from Warren Ohio, that has been a two time Award nominated winner of the Peach Theatre Award 2013 & 2015. I have written three books, five gospel stage plays such as, Is It Really My Closet? A Call To late, Busted & Disgusted and Trapped! Was it Really’ God? 


     

  • 01:35

    Charging The Afronerd Radio Machine W/Positive Ions, This Wed @7:30pm EST

    in Politics Conservative

    We're going to keep this week's description short, sweet and POSITIVE (as best we can)!  Join Dburt and Capt, Kirk for another fact finding expedition commonly referred to as The Mid Week in Review, courtesy of Afronerd Radio airing this Wednesday at 7:30pm (EST).  The topics to be analyzed are: we finally get to the two HS students of color that garnered national media attention by receiving multiple Ivy League acceptance letters; Dburt revisits and "deconstructs" progressive Black aversion to the notion of respectability politics; a homeless student who lived in San Jose barbershop graduates from law school; Dburt will probably still bring how great Netflix' Daredevil is and how it is a game changer for future small and silver screen projects; a video by self described "redneck" named Dixon appears to be going viral due to a heartfelt rant about the need to end white supremacy (or is it a test reel.....we'll explain); highlighting a new crowdsource film project by famed director,  Julie Dash (Daughters of the Dust). And lastly, a former inmate cuts his dreads and encourages the youth to clean up their image (is this respectability politics, intelligence or survival?).  *Oh and Taraji P Henson gets called back to Person of Interest...really? (minstrel ratings boost?) Call the hosts live ar 646-915-9620.


    I hate a bureaucrat with delusions of adequacy-T'Challa, King of the Dead  


     

  • 01:00

    Sisters Chat on the Stovall & Hoggard Communications Network

    in Current Events

    Sisters Chat is back and have we got a great show planned for you! Over the last several months, there have been several high-profile police incidents involving the death of young black men including the shooting death of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri, the 45-year-old homeless man killed by LAPD last month, the death of Eric Garner who died as a result of police using a choke hold, and most recently, the forceful arrest of UVA student Martese Johnson who was left beaten and bloodied on the sidewalk outside a bar near campus. These are only a few of the recent violent confrontations between black males and police. 


    The deaths of these men, the call for investigations and seemingly no one being held accountable for the taking of innocent lives, a new battle cry has arisen in the continue fight for justice and equal civil rights. The battle cry, "Black Lives Matter," has been heard in rallies from California to New York City and many cities in between. 


    The Sisters Chat panel will talk about the "Black Lives Matter" movement, what it means to our communities and if there will be a new crop of black leaders that emerge from this new threat. 


    Join us on Wed., April 15 at 6 p.m. for Sisters Chat only on Stovall & Hoggard Communications Network on blogtalk radio. Call to join the conversation at 1-914-338-1541.

  • 01:55

    PROSPERITY WEDNESDAY WITH HOSTESS SISTER EL-GUEST MALANE SHANI

    in Education

    Today we discuss wellness, prosperity and current events.  Our Special Guest will be Malane Shani.  Malane is a Personal Growth and Development Expert.  With over two decades as a Life Coach, Motivational Soeaker, Workshop Leader and most importantly real life, in the trenches coaching experience her vision is unique.  Malane's fusion of her intuition, experience and professional training supports he in tapping into the quthentic nature of her clients helping them to dicover and begin to live the authentic life they were born to live.  This is crucial to emotional and mental health and wellbeing.  Life Coaching promotes positive change and supports personal an professional empowerment.  It is for everyone from every walk of life. 


    Malane has served as the CEO for Malane Shani Global for over 10 years which is an organization that inspires, supports and elevates individuals, the community and ultimately the world through private and group life coaching and motivational speaking. She is a Certified Professional Life Coach, Certified Relationship and Bereavement Coach and is leading the way as she continues to support the best and the brightest in the area of personal growth and development.


    Malane’s current partnerships include the Living Foods Institute where she conducts monthly workshops on emotional healing and wellbeing and provides private and group life coaching sessions and the Douglas County homeless shelter where she developed an empowerment program that supports women in transition. She also facilitates classes every week and conducts private life coaching at the shelter.


    Today Malane offers a wide range of programs and services from group and private coaching, to workshops, seminars and keynote speeches.  We look forward to you calling in to meet Malane.


    Dial in 424-222-5250 Press 1 to speak.

  • 00:43

    Center for Independent Living Supporting Central Florida's Disabled

    in Business

    Recent Statistics reveal that Florida is home to over one million individuals, ages 16 to 64 with some type of disability.  


    How does Central Florida and the Center for Independent Living, handle facilities and other resources for a growing disable community?


    Business Development Specialist and Public Ally at the Center for Independent Living, Millie Ruiz joins Business Nature to discuss the impact CIL has made in Central Florida and the future goals of the organization. 


    Also, CIL's Kevin Walker Special Events and Marketing Coordinator will be sharing their 2015 calendar of events.


    Join us on Wednesday, April 8th, 2015 at 9:00 am EST for a candid interview and learn more about the needs of Central Florida’s disable community and what CIL is doing to help them find freedom and comfort. 

  • 01:50

    Bob Darby, Advocate for the Homeless 04/09/2015

    in Politics Progressive

    BOB DARBY, ADVOCATE FOR THE HOMELESS - Thursdays, 3:00 p.m. EST ~ Darby  has been an advocate for the homeless for more than twenty years.  Please call to speak on air at (347) 857-3293 for all broadcasts. He has a B.A. in psychology from Emory University. Darby also studied in psychology and theology in graduate school. He is a former employee of Georgia Regional Hospital, Boston State Hospital, and New Hampshire's Hanover-Darthmouth Hospital. In 1994, he co-founded Atlanta Food Not Bombs. Darby is a writer and public speaker.


    Darby asserts drug additions that lead to homelessness were partly facilitated by the CIA, which began trafficking herion, crack and other drugs into America years ago, sometimes with the corpses of deceased American soldiers. He cites documented proof from books by respected journalists and government records. Bob also asserts that people with serious mental illness are deliberately rendered homeless in the United States of America and deprived of psychiatric and medical health care services.


    Voters should petition elected officials to improve treatment and subsistence assistance for mentally ill people and those with substance abuse issues. Please use this link to contact your elected officials:
    http://www.usa.gov/Contact/Elected.shtml

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