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Join us as we discuss three of the best shows on television (and Netflix) today in part one of "Best In Show." Tonight, we will be discussing, The 100, Jessica Jones and Teen Wolf. If we don't get to any of the shows mentioned tonight, we will certainly discuss them next time. To join the conversation, call the number at the top of the screen. As always, keep your calls relevant to the topic at hand and respectful and we will get to as many as we can. Tonight's topic is pretty popular and we anticipate a decent sized audience. We look forward to discussing a lighter (but somehow no less polarizing ha) topic tonight, so get out your smart phones and listen in!
"Everyone is Necessary" - That's the motto of Donna Janel.
Donna overcame a traumatic life ,including going in and out of foster care, sleeping in parks and train stations all through out high school, being married at 19, giving birth to a medically challenged son and then being left by her husband, with 2 kids to raise alone. Three years later, Donna would find herself devastated by the death of her sister/best friend, just 24 months after the death of her sister’s husband. Donna was faced with raising her sister’s two daughters who were traumatized by the back-to-back deaths of their parents.
" How can I raise broken children, when I'm broken myself" - Donna Janel
Lisen as she shares her journey of overcoming many obstacles, but in the end, coming out with the victory.
KB AND THE REVOLUTIONARY RYDERS hit the airwaves in a Nat Turner state of mind. Black America is lost We don't understand our rights,we don't own enough of anything to have any real economic power and our communities are some of the worst in this country. With all the problems that we have we still lack the solidarity to get back on the right track and ensure a bright future for our kids. We must decide whether we want to depend on the white man and his system or build a strong black nation that does for self. The question is to assimilate or not to assimilate.. Some of us have already begun the process of whitewashing ourselves and becoming reflections of the oppressor. If we decide to fully abandon our blackness and become what they tell us to be, would our quality of life suddenly change for the better? Despite the fact that there are many of us who already consider themselves uber negros who don't see race or racism the fact is that white America still hates you. Join us tonight as we discuss whether or not we should "clean up" our act and just forget about being black and just be good fashioned red blooded Americans Why is it important to hold on to our culture? How can get rid of the self hate that has become an epidemic for our people? Why is Sherriff Clarke still wearing that dumbass hat?
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This show is dedicated to keeping families together, and to fighting the tyranny of CPS and DCFS social workers. A secondary purpose of the show is to educate parents and relatives, or to at least show them where to get the necessary information for their fight. The final purpose of the show is to remind the people that change can be effectuated at the ballot box, at the state and federal levels. Let us unite, vote and elect those who will make the necessary changes.
Shakira is featured on Life Lessons because we think she has something significant to teach others.
As a small girl she was rejected from the school choir and her music teacher told her that her voice sounded like a goat. If someone had said something like this to me I would probably be embarrassed to my core and would take on oath either to never sing again. But garnering the courage to sing infront of crowd in the same trait that was made fun of takes quite a character indeed. You need not fit everywhere: Her parents encouraged her saying “You have a beautiful voice, stick to what you are, don’t sing any less loud than what you think.” VALUE ORIGINALITY! The first two albums failed: Her first two albums Magia and Peligro, which were released in the early 1990s failed to achieve any commercial success. It took till 2006 for the phenomenal song “Hips Don’t Lie”. And in 2010 it was waka waka which has over 700 million views on youtube. What takes for someone to reach such a remarkable success- Persistence, patience, hard work, innovation, passion, belief, hope, dream, dedication. Giving it back Shakira is very well known for her involvement in philanthropic activity and charity work through her concerts. When she was young, her father took her to a local park to see the orphans who lived there and she said to herself ” One day, I am going to help these kids when I become a famous artist!” People have achieved a lot of things and some of them have decided to pay back.
Adele's life lessons come from her lyrics- all blissful moments of sensual indulgence. Our Top 5 life lessons learned from her lyrics.Don’t Believe Everything You Hear People tend to talk trash. A casual misspoken word can be the spark that turns into a blaze that ruins lives. In “Rumour Has It” Adele expresses her severe distaste for groundless statements with the line, “You've been telling people things that you shouldn’t be.” Although it is not in your power to control what others say, it is fully your decision when it comes to deciding what to believe.Be Cautious Because life is unexpected, it can be prudent to exercise a little bit of caution when it comes to matters of the heart. .Moving On In “Someone Like You,” Sometimes, your best play is to simply accept that, think good thoughts, and move on. Sometimes A Little Rage Is Good When you’re having a hard time moving on, you might need that burst of anger to help you finally see the truth that sets you free. Just like Adele says in “Rolling In The Deep”: “There’s a fire starting in my heart/Reaching a fever pitch, it’s bringing me out the dark/Finally I can see you crystal clear.” Value Your Relationship With Your Kids “Hello” isn’t about an ex lover. It’s about being away from the people who are the most important aspect of your life: your children. In her lyrics, Adele laments over her guilt of being away from her kids. Take Adele’s song as a cautionary tale and always remember to put your kids first.
Our next topic is one of the most important topics of the year. Growing up Some of us played Cops and Robbers. Inspiring to become a Police Officer is a dream for many kids still today. Anthony, personally went to College for Criminal Justice and passed the intial screening to become a Hazel Crest Police Officer. After really considering what all is involved when obtaining a career of an Police Officer Anthony decided to decline the Police Academy.
Being a Police Officer Today is probably the most difficult Career in our Current Society. With Smartphones, Social media and the increase technology the question keeps coming up about all Police Officers being required to have Cameras 24/7 to monitor their activities because of the many recent events involving Police Officers and what many consider unlawful acts.
Trent and myself need everyone to help us make this show one of the best of the year. Not for numbers or listeners but for resources and solutions to this ongoing problem. Tune in this Saturday at 11amCST on the "Your Energy Your World" Radio Show by calling 347-326-9139 broadcasting live from Flame Studios in Association with Vibration Radio, Taylor Kennedie Media and Your Radio Networks.
The Sickle-Cell Anemia Research Foundation has raised the consciousness ofthe community, first by giving it the basic facts about the disease, and second by bringing to its attention the neglect of the disease in medical research. The community has learned through the foundation 's program that the people themselves can organize and find solutions to the problems that daily affect their survival. HUEY P. NEWTON The 63rd session of the UN General Assembly in December 2008 adopted a resolution on the “recognition of sickle-cell anaemia as a public health problem,” and urged Member States and UN organizations to raise awareness of SCD on June 19 of each year.21 Despite the fact that the UN has called for global efforts “to bring the disease out of the shadows,” relatively little attention has been given to assessing the burden of SCD and how to reduce it in Africa, where about 85% of children with SCD are born.22 In 2010, the WHO Regional Office for Africa proposed a SCD strategy in official recognition of the fact that this disease is an important cause of child mortality in many African countries.23 Enough is already known to justify investment in public health SCD programs, such as those already in place for other conditions (e.g., HIV or malaria), for promoting widespread screening, health education, and treatment to prevent or manage SCD complications.
Raquel Okyay and Efrain Gonzalez III, Hosts of Imploding the Illusion, will be discussing politics in review, ongoing standoff in Oregon, and at 10pm est, for one full hour, we will be opening up the phones to take your questions and comments regarding whether Ted Cruz is eligible to be President of the U.S.A. Special Guests include: J.b. Williams, a history scholar and political writer and Chuck Williams, our resident security expert, will be providing updates on Oregon.
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