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  • 01:57

    Every Man Standing With Dr. Silvester Henderson & Professor Evan Wade

    in Religion

    God's Mighty Ministers of Education; Dr. Silvester Carl Henderson and Professor Evan Wade along with the students take to the mike to share with us relevant information about the Black Student Union

    Silvester Carl Henderson is a nationally recognized Professor, educator, motivational speaker, business owner, respected real estate investor, community artistic organizer, musician/artist, and conductor of the Gospel Song. Presently he serves as the full-time Professor of Choral Activities and Chair of the Music Department at the Los Medanos College in Pittsburg, CA where he directs the College Chorus, Chamber Chorale, and the Gospel Choir. In addition to those responsibilities, he also teaches voice classes, applied vocal lessons, music theory, class piano, musicianship, classical piano and gospel piano. the Fall of 2000, Professor Henderson developed a “Gospel Piano Curriculum”, which was the only collegiate academic course of its type, in the State of California.

    Evan Wade is a professor of history at San Joaquin Delta College in Stockton, CA. As a professor Mr. Wade teaches classes in African American History and U.S. History. He is the author/ editor of the newly released textbook, The African- American Primary Source Reader, from 1865-Present (Kona Press), which examines the African American experience through the writings of notable black activists such as Ida B. Wells, Mary Church Terrell, and Marcus Garvey. Prof. Wade is also the advisor for the San Joaquin Delta College Black Student Union. The mission of the BSU is to provide a harmonious atmosphere for black students to support one another, network and thrive.
    A native of Richmond, California, Professor Wade is a member of the NAACP, Iota Phi Theta Fraternity, Inc. and a Deacon at the Greater Faith Missionary Baptist Church of Stockton, CA.



  • 00:28

    Indie Playground Topic: Louisiana School Principal And Coach Don Racist Costumes

    in Music

    Louisiana School Principal And Coach Don Racist Costumes


    Iota Middle School Principal Lee Ann Wall and her husband Jeptha Wall, who is a coach at Crowley High School, appear in the image.

    Their costumes are described as “People of Walmart.” Jeptha can be seen wearing a red bandana around his waist with a gun tucked into his belt and money coming out of his pocket.

    In front of Lee Ann is a basket full of black and white baby dolls and sign that read, “You wait on pay day, I be waiting for da first of da month!”

    The photo was sent to KLFY by a viewer who called it a “display of classism and racism.” But not everyone thinks it should be taken so seriously.



  • 02:00


    in Lifestyle

    JOIN US FOR AN INTERVIEW WITH Darrin Thomas President of Black Pages USA 

    CALL IN TO COMMENT OR LISTEN:  646-478-3527

    Darrin Thomas is a native of Florence, South Carolina and currently resides in Columbia. Mr. Thomas is a graduate of the University Of South Carolina School of Business where he received his undergraduate degree in Marketing and Management. Prior to his entrepreneurial career, Xerox Corporation employed Mr. Thomas as a Marketing Representative in Greenville, South Carolina.

    Mr. Thomas currently serves on the board of directors for the local Boy Scouts of America, Wachovia Bank-Midlands Advisory Board, YES Carolina, Coker College Board of Trustees, Palmetto Health Foundation Board, SCANA Corporation Advisory Board, and the USC School of Business Partnership Foundation Board of Advisors. He is a life member of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc., Savannah Chapter-National Association of Guardsmen, Alpha Iota Boule-Sigma Pi Phi Fraternity, member of the Columbia Rotary Club and serves as Vice President of the Indian Waters Council Boy Scouts of America. He is also a vigil honor member of Santee Lodge 116 – Order of the Arrow.

    Darrin is an active member of Francis Burns United Methodist Church and is married to Kela Evans Thomas, formerly of Orangeburg, South Carolina. They have two sons, Todd Asher and Garrison Ervin. He accredits his success to his faith in God, the love of his family and the principle of relationship building.

  • 01:17

    Contradiction Of the Divine Nine and Christianity

    in Christianity

    Fraternities and Sororities are a prominent part of most college experiences. They have impacted college life in a phenomenal way over the years. This week we are going to focus on black Greek Letter Organizations, better referred to as the “Divine Nine”. This week we have two special guests Angela Crenshaw (ex-Delta Sigma Theta, ex Kappa-Sweet Heart) and Minister Hatchett (ex-Mason, Ex, Omega Psi Phi) who will share their experiences and testimonies about God and these organizations. This is not a bashing matter of these organizations but an educational one. This hot button issue has been debated for years and Straight Talk With Jo will address this question, “Do Black Greek Letter Organizations a.k.a “Fraternities and Sororities” Contradict the Christian Lifestyle and Word of God?” We are encouraging you to listen and be informed. If you are thinking about joining or have joined these organizations, please join the conversation on Thursday 10pm EST | 7pm PST.


  • 01:10

    Patrice L. Lewis- Exclusive Interview-Tue, Aug 18, 2015 - 4:00 pm PST

    in Radio

    My name is Patrice L. Lewis and I am Community Builder in the City of Vallejo, Ca. I am emailing you today becasue three local community organizations, I am affiliated with, including: Vallejo Youth Together, Vallejo NAACP #1081, and Iota Phi Theta Betaupsilon have organized a Community March & Step Show in support of #nonviolence. The event will take place on August 29th, 2015 in North Vallejo, Ca. The March will begin at 245 Holly Street 94589 at 10am, line up will begin at 915am. The March will go from Holly Street to Tuolumne Street then proceed onto BW Williams Drive turning into Mini Drive, ending at The Continentals of Omega Boys & Girls Club located at 555 Corcoran Drive. Next, doors will open at the club, for the Step show at 1230p with the show starting at 1p. The show will feature speeches and spoken word from youth and young adults, as well as, family members, whose lives have been affected by violence within our Community on the topic of #nonviolence. The show will also feature step performances by youth of the Community and young adult representatives of local fraternities and sororities. There will also be guest artists performing at the conclusion of the show. This entire event is absolutely free to the Community and everyone is welcome to come and join us in the City of Vallejo on August 29th. See you at the March!

  • The Preachers Daughter Made a Mistake

    in Women

    Have you ever heard someone say, "That’s the first mistake I’ve made today?" Or, someone who is a little arrogant might say, "That’s the first mistake I made this year." And, of course, someone who is really obnoxious would say, "Well, that’s the first mistake I’ve ever made."

    Special guest on A Godly Womans View Evangelist Desiree Washington from Allentown Pa.  She as many women made mistakes in their past but she like some many pastors kids who suppose to be an example but are made the example if one mistake is made.  You have destiny and purpose in view.  Looking for love in all the wrong places.  Desiree Washington’s calling is to inspire people to live out their dreams and never give up. As an anointed singer, her mother Linda Daniels inspired Washington. She sang her first solo, “No Cross, No Crown,” and has continued to share her gift with the world by singing wherever her voice was needed, including weddings, funerals, churches, and birthday events. “She isa life coach, published author, and business owner. She is also a member of MTM4Love, a foundation that supports families that have severely ill children. Member of The National Music Honor Society and a lifetime member of Sigma Alpha Iota Sorority for Music. Desiree gives her time and support effortlessly to visiting the sick, feed the homeless, and minister to prison inmates. “I have learned the true meaning of servant ship, and I will continue to stay humble before God and to help His children any way I can,” Washington said. Desiree has casted her second stage play called Ready to be used by God and is working on her solo CD with Dream City Entertainment of VA. Desiree has made appearances on various television shows, radio channels, and conferences including, Writerz Reality TV, WIMG AM, and at the 2012 Women’s Conference.


  • 00:27

    Business Month with Iota Phi Lambda Sorority, Inc.

    in Lifestyle

    April is Business month and the Iota Phi Lamda Sorority-Episilon Tau Chapter is taking it very seriously. Michelle Peace and Katrina Martin will be on The Convo April the 11th to talk about some of their upcoming events. If you want to give back to the community and make some amazing connections at the same time, this is 30 minutes you don't want to miss! 

    Below is a quick glance at some of the events coming up:

    April 13, 2014 - Business Spotlight featuring Mrs. Vonna Matthews.

    April 21, 2014 Business Spotlight Dinner,6:30 PM at the Kitchen LTO

    April 24, 2014 - Get in the Mix Business Professionals Mixer, 6-8 , 3030 Ross Ave., Dallas, TX. 

    April 26, 2014 - Dress for Success, Dallas Facility Tour at 11:00 a.m.


  • 00:45

    Ενα Αρχαιο Ελληνικο Δραμα

    in Spirituality

    Θα μιλησουμε αποψε για την πορεια, το ταξιδι της ζωης. Ενα ταξιδι προς την πνευματικη τελειοτητα το οποιο περναει μεσα απο βουνα και λαγκαδια. Ενα ταξιδι εξερευνησης. Η Ελλαδα σαν χωρα εχει και αυτη την δικη της πορεια να διανυσει.Την Πορεια προς την Ομονοια?

    .  http://www.spiritualjourneys.com/



  • 00:25

    Pphishradio - reportage

    in Music

    Στη βουλη κανουν Ραδιο Πφις, στην τηλεοραση πολιτικη, το καναλι μας φερνει την επικαιροτητα κοντα σας χαρη στα ατακτα και ακυρα δελτια ενημερωσης που σας προσφερει.

  • 00:35

    Podcast 378

    in News

    Mercury Retrograde. Astrologists say when Mercury goes ‘retrograde’ it wreaks havoc with mechanical and electronic equipment, makes communications difficult and puts teeth in Murphy’s Law. In this case ‘retrograde’ means to go backwards. Now, Mercury does not go backwards; its orbit around our sun does not change one iota, but it supposedly ‘appears’ to be […] Read more

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  • 00:35

    Podcast 378

    in News

    Mercury Retrograde. Astrologists say when Mercury goes ‘retrograde’ it wreaks havoc with mechanical and electronic equipment, makes communications difficult and puts teeth in Murphy’s Law. In this case ‘retrograde’ means to go backwards. Now, Mercury does not go backwards; its orbit around our sun does not change one iota, but it supposedly ‘appears’ to be […] Read more

    The post Podcast 378 appeared first on The Bob Davis Podcasts.