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  • 01:03

    #BaltimoreRising

    in News

    Tonight on he show we will be discusing the recent events from Baltimore that have been gripping the nation for the last past week. Amilcar Guzman from Casa De Maryland will be joining the discussion.


    Also joining us will be filmmaker Ramon Hamilton. He will be discussing his new web series created to shed light on what many call the inhumane and tortuous practice of placing men, women and children in a cell with no human contact for 24 hours a day and, in some well-documented cases, for up to 30 years at a time.


    Join the convo and dial 347.308.8633! 

  • 01:01

    El Heraldo Informa / Enlace Latino

    in News

    Con Fuerza de Mujer, noticias, analisis, entrevistas y las Canto como las Veo

  • 02:00

    Positively Dee for discussion about HIV/AIDS

    in Social Networking

    Join us for HIV/AIDS discussion bringing awareness to the community. Historically, the HIV/AIDS epidemic has affected more men than women. However, if new HIV infections continue at their current rate worldwide, women with HIV may soon outnumber men with HIV. HIV infection impacts a growing number of women in Illinois each year. Nearly 7,000 women in Illinois are currently known to be living with HIV and/or AIDS. Many hundreds of other women are probably living with HIV even though they are unaware of their own infection. HIV/AIDS disproportionately impacts African-American women in Illinois and the United States. Nationally, HIV infection is the leading cause of death for African-American women between the ages of 25 and 34. In Illinois, the number of HIV cases among African-American women continues to climb. Roughly 68 percent of Illinois women living with HIV are African American, while African Americans only make up 15 percent of the Illinois population. Caucasian women account for 16 percent of Illinois women living with HIV, while the Caucasian population represents more than 73 percent of Illinois residents. Latina women represent roughly 11 percent of the HIV/AIDS cases in women, while 13 percent of the Illinois population is Latino. Roughly 4 percent of women with HIV are from Native American, Asian, Pacific Islander and other communities. Women in their 30s are the most likely to be living with HIV/AIDS, and almost all Illinois women living with HIV are between the ages of 20 and 50.

  • 00:28

    Mixer to Benefit Jovenes Inc., homeless youth shelter

    in Business

    Denis Quiñones will talk about Jovenes Inc whichwelcomes homeless, at-risk youth (18-25) and gives them a chance to create a path to personal growth and success. We provide stable housing and other community based services that create opportunities for them to live productive lives.


     In addition, Jovenes Inc provides homeless youth with an unique opportunity to participate in our “University of Success”; A 16 weeks internship program for youth to gain valuable skills and motivation to return to school and seek employment. We would like to ask you for your support donating professional clothing for our youth-interns.


    Please save the date, confirm your participation and your organization’s participation. Professional clothing may be something many may take for granted, but for our homeless youth; it could make the difference to be better prepared for a job interview and be able to change their lives. For more information about Jovenes Inc. please visit their website at www.jovenesinc.org .


    "Latino Role Model and Success"
    Armando F. Sanchez, Executive Producer and Host


    Successful persons are leaders and had to overcome many obstacles in order to succeed.  Show guests highlight what obstacles we can all encounter.  Guests offer practical advice and strategies of how to overcome barriers and achieve.

  • 00:32

    Heroes Donate Blood - Music Brings Life Inc.

    in Lifestyle

    MUSIC BRINGS LIFE TO HOLD "CODE RED CONCERT" AND BLOOD DRIVES TO PROMOTE BLOOD AWARENESS IN NEW YORK CITY


    Urban non-profit initiative announces its 2015 program to obtain blood donations from diverse populations.   Music Brings Life Inc., a non-profit blood awareness organization, is taking an innovative approach to ensuring a stable community blood supply within New York City's minority communities. The Brooklyn-based organization will hold a free concert and Summer blood drives to educate people in the Black, Latino and Caribbean communities about the importance of donating blood.


    To learn more, join us at (347) 637-2319 and press 1.

  • 01:18

    STRANDED IN THE JUNGLE

    in Politics Conservative

    WHY ARE ANY WHITE POLICEMEN STILL WORKING IN BALTIMORE?  GET OUT OF THAT DUST BOWL. EVEN THE ORIOLES LEFT. THE DEMOCRAT PARTY IS THE COMMUNIST PARTY. THEY ARE COMING SOON TO A NEIGHBORHOOD LIKE YOURS TO TURN IT INTO A LAWLESS INFERNO WITH EXTRA GLOBAL WARMING.. THEY BURNED A NURSING HOME DOWN AND WIPED OUT 600 LOCAL JOB OPPORTUNITIES. IS THAT WHO  YOU WANT FOR A NEIGHBOR. EVERY THING THEY TOUCH TURNS TO ASHES. DO YOU KNOW WHAT THE DEFINITION OF A GHETTO IS? . A POOR NEIGHBORHOOD AFTER THE DEMOCRATS BRING THE TAXABLE DRUGS IN.


    OBAMA AND SHARPTON ARE DOING TO THE COPS WHAT OBAMA AND SOROS DID TO THE MILITARY.


    WHILE THEY HAVE THE FOOLS FIGHTING OVER GAY WEDDING CAKES THEY MURDER 1100 BLACK BABIES A DAY


    1200 WHITE BABIES A DAY AND 700 LATINO NINOS TORN TO PIECES. YOU COULD NOT DO THAT TO A DOG. ADD 1700 MORE DAILY TO THE PLANNED SLAUGHTERHOOD COUNT,


    4700 AMERICAN KIDS A DAY TORN TO PIECES. THEIR IS NO CHOICE IN CHOICE.


    THE GREATEST GENERATION IS GONE. RONALD REAGAN IS GONE. THE SOVIETS TURNED THEIR COLLAPSE INTO COMMUNIST AFTER BIRTH AND THEY ARE STRONGER NOW THAN EVER BEFORE. THE DEMO COMMOS AND THEIR RINO ALLIES ARE FORCING THE AMERICAN TAX SUCKER TO BAIL OUT COMMUNIST CUBA AND KGB RUN IRAN. THE COMMUNISTS TOPPLED THE SHAH WITH THE HELP OF THE PARTY DE LA MUERTE AND JIMMY CARTER.


    EVERY COLLEGE IS A COMMUNIST TRAINING CAMP. UNTIL WE REALIZE  WHO THE ENEMY IS WE LOSE EVERY BATTLE. ONLY ONE SIDE IS FIGHTING. TAKE OUT THE RINOS BEFORE YOU TAKE OUT THE COMMOS..


    SPIRIT OF AMERICA PARTY. BLOG TALK RADIO.COM


    RAGNAR FOR PRESIDENT FLOKI  FOR SECRETARY OF STATE 

  • 02:22

    The Rob Black Show

    in Politics Progressive

    THE LATEST ON BALTIMORE, INCLUDING THE MYTH OF “A FEW BAD APPLE COPS.” ROB ALSO DISCUSSES THE LACK OF STANDARDS AND TRAINING OF POLICE OFFICERS AND FORMER PRESIDENT LYNDON JOHNSON’S PRESCIENT STATEMENT ON RACISM.


     


    MARCO RUBIO, TED CRUZ AND THE GOP’S RELATIONSHIP WITH LATINO VOTERS.

  • 01:31

    Stop Child Abuse Now (SCAN) - 1083

    in Self Help

    Tonight's special guest is Olivia Martinez from Pico Rivera, CA, child abuse survivor and Employment Coordinator at the California Department of Rehabilitation who says she always aims at complete harmony of thought and word and deed. Immigrating from Mexico in the 60's her family lived in the largely Latino East LA area. Her father was a blue collar worker who suffered from alcoholism. "I always felt alone," she wrote. But her mother spend the majority of her time dealing with her father's alcoholism. Olivia was repeatedly sexually abused by a cousin, eight years older than her. The first incident of this was when she was about three, but the last time was in adulthood. "I grew up eating my anxiety away and reached 375 pounds in adulthood. I was fat and felt like a monster." Eventually she began working on herself. "I had gastric bypass and lost all my excess weight. I began kick boxing I learned how to physically to not let anyone hurt me gain. The recovery period has been long and imperfect." Olivia began therapy for the first time when unsuccessfully trying to prevent a break up with her boyfriend, but eventually found more appropriate help at the East Los Angeles Woman Center where they assist woman who have been sexually and/or physically abused. "I have developed a more keen relationship with myself," she says, "and continue to work on me and my developmental stages and inner conflict I go through every day. I now am ready to let the world know my story and take what happened to me and embrace all the good things of who I am. I am preparing to finally forgive men in general for what one man did to me, and I want to one day forgive him for changing the course of my life and introducing a struggle that will never go away."

  • 01:39

    Baltimore Uprising and Protests Across the Country

    in Culture

    Please join us tonight at 8PM EST as we discuss the uprising in Baltimore, across the country and abroad.  It is vital that our voices are heard, demands are met, and that institutional racis be dismantled.


     


    The dial in number is 310-982-4273 and press 1.  Skype is also available.

  • 02:00

    El Heraldo Informa / Enlace Latino

    in News

    NOTICIAS

  • 00:39

    The road to Squeezebox with Sam Lerma

    in Film

    In Los Artist's Radio Season II premiere, an interview with San Antonio FIlmmaker, Sam Lerma, we are happy to invite our LA Radio audience back for another great season. Sam Lerma has worked professionally in the Film/TV industry for the past 13 years. He has worked as a news photographer and video editor and also works professionally as a writer/director/editor. Sam writes all of his own films. Coming off of his most recent picture release at San Antonio's Cinefestival, "Squeezebox", Sam Lerma joins us for the adventure of his work and how it all goes down. 


    Sam's films have screened at the Los Angeles International Latin Film Festival, The New York International Latino Film Festival, SXSW, Dallas Video Festival, San Antonio Film Festival, San Francisco Int'l Latino Film Festival, and many more. 


    Los Artist's, a documentary series that started in Los Angeles, California almost four years ago, all about the intersecting lives of musician's, filmmakers, and artists, creative-types pushing to fully conquer and explore new heights in todays modern world.. The behind-the-scenes of it all and how it all goes down. As the adventure continues, were taking giant leaps, to BUILD A CITY.