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  • 00:25

    Benji Schwimmer

    in Entrepreneur

    Benji Schwimmer was voted Americas Favorite Dancer on the hit show So You Think You Can Dance(Season 2). Later, he went on to choreograph for both the US and International versions of the show, as well as Idol, MTV, VH1, Americas Got Talent, and Dancing With The Stars. Benji works as an Artistic Director and Choreographer for some of the Worlds Biggest Pop Stars. He has won nine US Open Titles, and has choreographed more winning US Open routines than any other person.


     

  • 00:31

    TSL Podcast: Arena Football Week 10 Preview

    in Football

    On today's special edition of the Total Sports Live, Jovan Alford will be joined by Harrison Brown of Sunday Night Sports as they will be discussing this upcoming week in the AFL. More in depth, they will be talking B.J. Coleman quitting the Arizona Rattlers, the Philadelphia Soul taking on the Las Vegas Outlaws in the inaugural Boardwalk Bowl and more.


    You can follow Jovan on Twitter: @Jovan10, Harrison: @SnsdSports and make sure you subscribe to Sunday Night Sports on YouTube at http://t.co/ou1I67fMkR.

  • 00:31

    WORLD WIDE AFRICA THE VOICE OF THE PAN AFRICAN MOVEMENT

    in Politics

    THE AMERICAN SLAVE CODE IN THEORY AND PRACTICE......., BY WILLIAM GOODELL, CHAPTER XV OF THE DELEGATED POWER OF THE OVERSEERS, pp.197 "All of the power of the over his Slave is held and exercised also by Overseers and Agents. "All the power of the master over the slave may be exercised, not by himself only, in person, but by any one whom he may depute as his agent." As the White Establishment Government takes its position of Police Brutality being the norm, it is time to cast a light as to who the police are in this system. So lets begin by seeing if we can make any parallel's from this quote form Malcolm El Haji Malik Shabazz and what is happing today in the countries who's government has police in the picture. 


    "I saw in the paper where they--on the television where they took this Black woman down in Selma, Alabama, and knocked her right down on the ground, dragging her down the street. You saw it, you're trying to pretend like you didn't see it 'cause you knew you should've done something about it and didn't. It showed the sheriff and his henchmen throwing this Black woman on the ground--on the ground.  And Negro men standing around doing nothing about it saying, "Well, let's overcome them with our capacity to love." What kind of phrase is that? "Overcome them with our capacity to love." And then it disgraces the rest of us, because all over the world the picture is splashed showing a Black woman a with some white brutes, with their knees on her holding her down, and full-grown Black men standing around watching it. Why, you are lucky they let you stay on earth, much less stay in the country.." Malcolm El Haji Malik Shabazz.  Knowing what we are faced with today would you have taken Malcolm El Haji Malik Shabazz's stance to this issue the way he did? His next step may amaze you tune in to find out the course of action he took

  • 00:34

    Author/Speaker/Challenge Conqueror Michelle A. Roberts stops by Good Deeds

    in Motivation

    Michelle A. Roberts of Atlanta, Georgia, is a fighter and a winner. She describes her impressive life change in this way: “After being married for 17 years, I finally awakened to the realization that my drug-addicted husband was not going to change. I had remained in the marriage—for too long—largely for two reasons. One was because I thought no one would want a fat girl with three babies. The other, deeper reason was because I was not raised with my father and always longed for that relationship, so I clung to the hope that my husband would be the man who would fill that void. He did not. In fact, he put our children and me through the maddening frustrations and disappointments that come with sharing life with an addict. I became so depressed I began carrying 268 pounds on a five-foot frame. Finally, however, I took charge of my life. I had life-altering surgery, gastric bypass, and lost more than 110 pounds. I got a divorce, began a lifestyle of fitness, went back to school, and obtained bachelors, masters and is currently a Doctoral Candidate. I opened several businesses and authored several books. Yes, the years of schooling and attitude change were hard. Yes, I cried. Yes, I complained sometimes. But whenever I felt on the verge of giving up, I had only to look at my three children, and a fight for dear life would arise in me.” Michelle A. Roberts, is a professional speaker & published Author she specializes in training and encouraging Women that they are overcomers, and can comeback from any challenge. Ms. Roberts is a member of the American Business Women’s Association, Airport Charter Chapter and National Coalition of 100 Black Women, Mecca Chapter.

  • 02:26

    The Rob Black Show

    in Politics Progressive

    GEORGE PATAKI IS THE NEWEST GOP PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE. HOW MANY IS THAT NOW? ROB DISCUSSES HIS HISTORY AND CHANCES, AS WELL AS THE OTHER NOMINEES.


     


    ALSO, THE IRAQ WAR MISTAKE IS DISCUSSED.

  • 00:31

    Healing House Radio - Back Talk

    in Spirituality

    While the topics that are covered in our half hour together tend more toward the spiritual and mental aspects of our lives, the physical self is just as important.  On today's episode, we'll be focusing on the body and the important relationship that we have (or in most cases should have) with our physical selves.  For many, when asked what we would like to change about ourselves, most would say something about their bodies.  Acceptance of the physical self is wonderful...and it is important to maintain it in the best way that we can.


    I'll be logging into the chatroom after the show if there are any questions or comments.

  • 00:31

    An Ever-Changing World--Live With The Rayfords

    in Lifestyle

    We know that history repeats itself and it would seem that the more the world changes (societal outlooks and perceptions), the more it stays the same or regresses.


    People are in constant uproars over things that have been settled in Heaven a long time ago. God knows what He intended marriage to be; He said what He meant and meant what He said. Nothing anyone does--not the Supreme Court--or anyone else is going to change that. So, can we move on?


    Children are dying at the hands of their parents, daily.


    Education in America is a joke and every other nation is outperforming our students. In Michigan, the graduation rate is up, but graduates are reading at a fourth-grade level. Where is the improvement in that scenario? Testing does not teach and all standard testing should be banned until the tenth-grade--when it will matter and students have enough time to fix what they don't know.


    Parents avoid parenting their children and children are running their owns, leaving parents looking stupid because of either their fear to correct them or their negligence in not caring enough to correct and discipline them.


    Senior Citizens are being nailed to the wall when it comes to medical attention and being able to eat healthy.


    The unemployment rate while down, still leaves people working at laughable wages.


    Believers are fearful instead of loving and not many are in relationship witih God.


    Racism is alive and well!


    These are the things which should concern us because we can change them. Speak up, America with your vote in 2016!


    Thanks for tuning into our episode and if you want to be heard, call us at 619-638-8499 if not, archives are available 24/7.


    Books by Mary M. Hall-Rayford can be found on Amazon.com--just type in her name in the search box.


    God bless your every endeavor that honors Him in all things.


     

  • 00:31

    Domestic Violence Has To Stop!! "The Story Of Lakerrica Brown"

    in Current Events

    In this eisode we will attempt to clear up some of the wild accusations concerning the local domestic violence incident here in Shreveport Louisiana concerning Local resident Lakerrica Brown who feels that she has not only been wronged by her alleged assailant but also by the SPD.

  • 01:29

    Stop Drop THINK with Jen Young and Amyrmaid - Leaning into Truth

    in Lifestyle

    Amy is an intuitive mermaid who uses her gifts to help people make the extra ordinary understandable.  Her passion lies in death and dying and to make death a sacred experience and help survivors find meaning and purpose in their grief. Jen is intuitive, psychic, a healer and a medium.  She works from the heart, and Spirit communicates through and with her in a variety of ways.  Her Spirit Guides, Angels and the “Core Group” assist her in day to day living and while giving readings. Jen is filled with gratitude and joy at the gifts that have been bestowed upon her from a very early age.    Jen invites you on this journey that she is embarked upon to sit awhile, ponder, smile, cry, laugh, enjoy, take with a grain of salt some of the ideas, notions, thoughts, truths if you will and take all that resonate so deeply inside you.   Upon this journey, she promises you that your Spirit will awaken as hers did and you will feel lighter, happier and more full-filled than you ever thought possible. She believes that even though we leave God or the Source or the Universe alone… they never leave us alone.  Without our faith in the Universe or Source she does not believe that we could be as resolute in or with ourselves as we are.  She certainly knows she could not be.To contact Jen or inquire about a private reading please visit: http://www.jenyoung.ca/

  • 01:00

    Jasmina Agrillo Scherr - Mirror of My Soul, Sanctum of My Heart

    in Self Help

    Jasmina Agrillo Scherr’s inspiring new book and bestseller on Amazon … Mirror of My Soul, Sanctum of My Heart–a spiritual odyssey that goes beyond the near death experience to living from the intuitive heart connection.


    Since childhood Jasmina has had a very clear connection to Source and continues to walk a path between both this world and the unseen world of spirit. Her near-death experience while fighting a brain tumor further intensified her ability to live and intersect both plains.


    Today, she offers coaching programs on Resilience Training, Transforming Anxiety, andHeart-Based Divorce Recovery—helping people over the hurdles that she once had to leap.


     

  • 00:29

    The 15 Diseases of Leadership, According to Pope Francis - Excessive Busyness

    in Business


    Another disease is excessive busyness. It is found in those who immerse themselves in work and inevitably neglect to “rest a while.” Neglecting needed rest leads to stress and agitation. A time of rest, for those who have completed their work, is necessary, obligatory and should be taken seriously: by spending time with one’s family and respecting holidays as moments for recharging.Join Daniel and Johnnie as they continue their conversation on The 15 Diseases of Leadership, According to Pope Francis and see where you might need to redirect your way of thinking or maybe not and keep getting the results you already have.