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So many times a disaster will happen and we watch, we talk, we listen, we mourn then we move on to the next disaster. August 29, 2005, we watched in horror as levees broke and men, women, children, families, the homeless and animals perished one after another leaving a total of close to 2000 dead. Katrina affected many lives and we can only image the hurt, lost and misplaced feelings of the thousands of people affected that day. The African-American Community was really affected by this disaster and to this day are affected with memories, lost and emotions that only they can feel. However, that community has proven to be a strong one with rebuilding, relocating and putting their lives in order. Do not get it wrong this ghost will follow them and will raise its ugly head from time to time but it will not define who they are and what they will become. The stories told are not for you to feel sorry for them but for you to understand the journey they had to take in order to be where they are today. Ten years later and the journey made individuals stronger and more determined than ever, to survive. Levilyn Chriss on October 28th, an independent producer out of Chicago of The Louisiana Project will join CWT4R. The Louisiana Project is a documentary that has given some New Orleanians an opportunity to look back and share their personal experiences surrounded by Hurricane Katrina. Levilyn and her family were also deeply affected by Katrina. On December 1, 2005, when residents were allowed to go into the Lower Ninth Ward, she went into her father's home and was overwhelmed by the stench and damages. While walking through her dad's neighborhood observing the devastation and hearing the cries of many and talking to some of the residents who had become homeless, jobless, and disconnected from normalcy, she realized they needed a voice.
CNN LEGAL ANALYST & DEFENSE ATTORNEY Joey Jackson return's to King Jordan Radio.
on Thursday September 10th at 9:30 PM est. On this edition we will look back on 9/11 -14 years later.
We will be discussing how some things have changed since 9/11.
We will also be talking about Kim Davis the lady who was put in jail after spending five days behind
bars for defying a federal order that she issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples.
Her attorney said that Davis would continue to abide by her conscience, which cannot
condone same-sex nuptials, and that all licenses issued since her incarceration were not valid.
and finally we will talk about the latest on Italy's Highest Court admitting that Amanda Knox
should never have been jailed.
Tune in Thursday 9-10 at 9:30 pm Follow The Twitter @Mr.KingJordanRad
Its been two years since the nation was turned upside down by the tragic death of a young man walking on his way home. Unfortunately, Trayvon Martin is just one of thousands of teenagers killed every year as a result of gun violence. Tune into "The Dedan Tolbert Show" LIVE tonight at 9:00pm EST as we discuss "Trayvon Martin: 2 Years Later...Gun Violence in America". To hear us discuss:the epidemic of black on black crime, gang violence, media bias, race relations and what can be done to get the guns off the street in your community, call 646 200 0366 or listen LIVE online worldwide at www.dedantolbertshow.com... "REAL Radio that Matters".
Tonight on the show we kick off our yearly countdown of the worst #Hispandering stories out there. From Coke's tattoo commercial to North Carolina's Hot Taco restaurant. We will also be discussing Ayotzinapa. One year later after the 43 Mexican students went missing, are we any closer to solving the case? Join the convo and dial 347.308.8633!
From the author of Football Widows and Daddy’s Maybe, a woman must face the consequences when she tells an unforgivable lie on national television.
After a very embarrassing appearance on the wildly popular syndicated show DNA Revealed, Dani Dawson is reevaluating her life. When she decided to identify Keeling as her daughter’s father, she didn’t think things would go as far as they did. Now she’s faced with mounting problems—and devastating consequences.
Keeling Lake’s life was flipped upside down for years after he was targeted by Dani in her carefully plotted paternity fraud. But now he’s out of jail, and he’s out to exact some revenge of his own. With his meddling mom at his side, Keeling may be headed for more problems than he bargained for.
As the schemes pile up and tensions rise, Dani and Keeling have a lot to learn about forgiveness and truth…before it’s too late.
As we go deeper in the history of Devon Rizzo's life, we discover many things that could tear him apart. At least if it was donee right. There may be a scene that could be too much for people under the age of 16.
This is the world of natural talents. A young man with beginner's experience of telepathy doesn't even know about his talent. In fact, he believes everyone around them can hear the thoughts he keeps hearing. Before he realizes and/or recognizes the truth, he is pulled into the natural world with brute force via the good and the bad people. What could possibly happen next?
Ladies and Gents of internet radioland world wide!!! August 9, 2014.....Michael Brown Jr was gunned down and killed by a law enforcement officer in Ferguson, Missouri. Well...it has been a year now since his killing and The Madhouse Radio Network, would like for you to join them in a panel discussion about this situation and beyond tonight. On the one year death anniversary, tensions were still running high because most feel as if the Brown family did not get justice. Protest have rang out again and Saint Louis County Declared a State of Emergency. Enjoy the show and Welcome Inside of The Madhouse Radio Network!!!
The inception of Iris Bolling's writing career began with combining her passions for education, politics, and romance into her first novel. In 2013, Iris stepped into a new venture geared towards bringing the characters of her books to the television screen. In 2014 she produced, The Heart, a television series based on her popular novels from The Heart Series.
New York Times and USA Today Bestseller/contemporary romance writer Samantha Chase released her debut novel, Jordan's Return, in November 2011.Although she waited until she was in her 40's to publish for the first time, writing has been a lifelong passion. Her motivation to take that step was her students: teaching creative writing to elementary age students all the way up through high school and encouraging those students to follow their writing dreams gave Samantha the confidence to take that step as well.
USA Today Bestselling Author, Angie Daniels, is a free spirit who isn't afraid to say what's on her mind or even better, write about it. Since strutting onto the literary scene in five-inch heels, she's been capturing her audience's attention with her wild imagination and love for alpha men. The RT Reviewer's Choice Award winner has written over twenty-five novels for imprints such as BET Arabesque, Harlequin/Kimani Romance and Kensington/ Dafina Books
Carla Neggers has been spinning stories ever since she climbed a tree with pad and pen at age eleven. Now she is the New York Times bestselling author of almost 70 novels, with millions of books sold in over 30 countries. Her popular Sharpe & Donovan romantic suspense series featuring FBI agents Emma Sharpe and Colin Donovan launched with Saint's Gate in 2011 and has been praised as "a breathtaking reading experience" (Providence Journal) and "gripping and suspenseful" (Nashua Telegraph)
11 years ago on November 19th, Ron Artest went into the stands in Detroit and the Malice at the Palace was born. Listen in at 2 p.m. Thursday as Vlad and Andy talk the infamous incident and more from the unfortunate event that took place.
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