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The Smoking Glass Hour with Baron Glass and Co-Host April Ayala would like to cordially invite you to listen in Monday night at 7:30 p.m. central time on WMAD 24 Hour Global Radio.
Monday's line up will include guests:
7:30 p.m. - Tawana Cadien, Candidate for U.S. Congress, Texas District 10 and Dr. Shirley McKellar, Candidate for U.S. Congress, Texas District 1 will be discussing Affordable Health Care, Immigration Reform & HUD Vast Program Funding.
8:30 p.m. - Senator David Vitter will be discussing the new veterans bill that was just passed in the Senate. It includes authorization for 2 VA clinics in Louisiana and some other important VA reforms.
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The Smoking Glass Hour with Baron Glass is a round table discussion about current events aired every Monday night from 7:30 - 9:30 p.m.
Tonights Line Up:
Sean Gayles 7:30-8:30 p.m. Sean Gayles is originally from Richmond, California and now resides in Little Rock, Arkansas. Sean is a professional Drummer who started playing the drums at the tender age of 5 years old. He then started public performing at the age of 10 years old. At the age of 16 years old he started recording with his father Mr. Howard Gayles, Mr. Ramon “Peewee” Gooden, Mr. Greg “Shock G”, Mr. Todd “Too Short” and Mr. Ant Banks. Sean was with the band, ‘The Dangerous Crew’ from January 9, 1991 to January 1996 in Oakland, California as Platinum Musician Production/Drummer/Vocals. From November 9, 1970 to the present he has always been a drummer musician. From January 200 to the present he has been president of Plug Entertainment. From January 1, 2009 to present he has worked with Lava TV. net in North Little Rock, AR. in management on the Board of Directors. From 2013 to present Sean has been a Private Club Partner with Edwin Kindle in operations of a Private Club, Bar, Foods and Lounge. Sean has always been motivated to try to do his best in whatever he undertook to do in his life.
Prissy's Hour 8:30-9:30 p.m.
Join Host Baron Glass & Co-Host Rheana Nevitt Piegols tonight as they discuss these topics.
7:30 PM - Guest Aaron Sims will discuss be providing information regarding Detroit Mom Forced Children To Put Sister's Body In Freezer. Mitchelle Blair, 35, has been charged with abuse and could be facing murder charges after two of her four children were found dead inside a deep freezer.
8:30 PM - "Passed AND Failed...Again" A video showing an SAE fraternity brother gleefully leading a bus full of SAE pledges in a racist chant, which references lynching and the 'n' word, went viral and caught America's attention in the last few weeks. What happened next was nothing short of a wasted opportunity to have a national conversation on racism in America, which is long overdue. The student who starred in the video gave an 'apology' and many African American community leaders stood behind him and pretended to buy it, at a press conference for all to hear and a photo op for all to see.
7:30 p.m. Robert Stephenson
Robert lives in Austin TX. He fights hard every day for equal rights for EVERY AMERICAN, Health care for EVERY AMERICAN, and Climate change for a better healthier future ETC.
Robert supports Democratic candidates for office everywhere in America to:
Increase participation in our government by supporting public and higher education
Create a more just and equitable society through a fair tax code based on ability to pay
Protect America's promises to our seniors and veterans by supporting veterans' benefits, Social Security and Medicare fulfill the ideals of basic human rights and equal protection under the law set forth by our country's founders promote a foreign policy that reflects these values.
He would like to meet anyone who shares his vision for America -- in the words of President Clinton, "to make the economy work again for middle-class Americans, to restore fiscal responsibility, to save Social Security, to make health care more affordable, college more available, to free us from dependence on foreign oil and create new jobs with clean energy and a cleaner environment, to rally the world to our side in the war against terror and to make a world with more friends and less terror."
8:30 p.m. Dr. Shirley McKellar - Retired U.S. Army Veteran
Talk Radio Show Host, "A View From the Top"
Legal Mediation Consultant
Former Officer-in-Charge, Combat Life Saving School, Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC), United States Army
Former Chief Nurse, First Comprehensive Breast Cancer Center, Europe
Founder, MacSands and Associates Incorporated
Founder/Chief Executive Officer, McKellar-McKellar-Ntaka and Associates, Incorporated
Tonight's Line Up
7:30 p.m. -- S & S Connection with Dr. Pamela Saulsberry & Dr. Jenny Savage -- This episode will address why being aware of your own culture, its strengths, its history, and its perpetuation is important to a healthy self-image for your child. Discussion will address the importance of Black and other children of color to understand the importance of and pride in their culture; why White children need to understand their own culture of privilege; and how all children of all races and ethnicities can learn respect for one another when we teach children to respect our own culture and the cultures of others.
8:30 p.m. -- Howard Gayles will be discussing his music career. Howard Gayles, is a musician who played with Larry Graham at one time and before that with Sly & The Family Stone. He was going into the service and he had bought his son, Sean Gayles, a drum set before he left. Sean started playing and playing, and wanting to do more research into drummers like Billy Cobbham, Tony Williams and Dennis Chambers from the Funkadelic. Sean took it from there...tune in for more of the story.
Join us for a great line up on The Smoking Glass Hour with Baron Glass. Times below are listed in CST.
7:30 PM - Mr. Robert Bogues with FRONT LINE Recovery Team will be discussing addiction recovery.
8:30 PM - A Post Racial Society. What does it really mean to be black in america in 2015?
Call in and let your voice be heard. (347) 855-8118
Interview with Author Julia Torres
Julia from playground battles in New Jersey to Operation Desert Shield, from battling the effects of a date-rape drug to government-ordered BP pills silently waging war on her body. This is the explosive story of a young woman who never backs down, whether a decorated soldier bringing to light the cover-up of sexual harassment in the armed forces or later working as an undercover agent.
As a high school and college English/Theatre teacher for forty-seven years, I recommend this brave, jaw-dropping book that chronicles the experiences of a true hero for readers 14 to 94." ~ Sarah Rosenberg, Co-Founder and Artistic Director of Open Hydrant Theatre Company, Bronx, New York
"In her memoir, Julia vividly and candidly invites us to share intimate moments which shaped her into the woman she is today, still standing. Her personal account of perseverance and triumph reminds us that our circumstances do not define us but rather molds us into the best version of ourselves." ~ Patty Smith, LT COL, USA
Glass Jar Smoke Break Featuring King Biz of Bsm1017, Cracc, Atlas and Genesis B
It's a rock star lineup of authors! Tune in to hear these four, fabulous women talk about their four, fabulous books. Join us for:
Julia Glass on And the Dark Sacred Night
Elizabeth Earley on A Map of Everything
Carla Buckley on The Deepest Secret
Paula Brackston on The Midnight Witch
Listeners will have the chance to win each of these novels!
I'm so excited to have a very special guest this week, we have Sherri Rabinowitz. She is the Producer/writer at Sherri’s Playhouse. Host of Chatting with Sherri at BlogTalk Radio, And a Teacher at the Learning Annex in California. She's definitely a very busy woman but I'm so excited that she made time for our children and their families! Sherri is sharing her book "Different Is Beautiful: A Love Note To The Children Of The World" .
Sherri Rabinowitz and Anja Gruber has found a unique way to encourage self-esteem in little ones while helping them develop a sense of appreciation and respect for everyone and everything in the world around them. A portion of the proceeds will go to anti-bullying charities.
Please join us as we have tons of fun with free gifts, including signed books donated by our wonderful authors both past, present and even future guests!