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  • 00:58

    The P.L.A.Y. Experience with Ombassa Sophera

    in Spirituality

    How much did you P.L.A.Y.(Passionately Love and Appreciate YOU!) today??

    Music continues to reign supreme in delivering love and healing in our world today.

    Cheri Maree, The Love Goddess and International Musician Extraordinaire, returns to the PLAYGround this week to sprinkle more of her love dust, wisdom and healing for the heart and mind.

    This week Cheri shares about the woman, the mother, the daughter, the legacies, all of its lessons and blessings.

    Join Ombassa Sophera for the P.L.A.Y. Experience. 

    Call 347 426 3346 or SKYPE

    Tune in to a new frequency where together we discover our new blueprint for releasing stress and loving ourselves completely.

    Raw, organic Life Conversations about matters of the heart, health, creativity and JOY!

    Ombassa Sophera shares unfiltered truths, pure wisdom and a smorgasbord of laughter to infuse your lifestyle with Streams of Wholeness.

  • 01:02

    Learn How to Live a Financially Secure Life

    in Self Help

    Are you ready to live a Vivacious Life with Financial Security? If you answered yes, join us on November 18th @ 7pm EST with our guest Ms. Jackie Whithead. Jackie spent a number of years in the IT world as an Oracle Financials DBA before making the transition to a success business owner.  She holds several certifications in the IT and the Financial Services fields.  Her love of writing, networking and analytics has allowed her to help her clients build legacies for their families and their businesses by providing solutions to live a life vivaciously with financial security.

    Email: jackie@jjconsults.com Phone: 205-378-9352  Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/jjconsults LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jjconsults Twitter:  https://twitter.com/jjconsults Website: www.jjconsults.com

  • 00:19

    President Obama: Education Should Be Top Priority for Black America

    in Pop Culture

    Government programs alone won't get our children to the promised land. We need a new mindset, a new set of attitudes, because one of the most durable and destructive legacies of discrimination is the way we've internalized a sense of limitation — how so many in our community have come to expect so little from the world and from themselves.

    "We've got to say to our children: 'Yes, if you're African-American, the odds of growing up amid crime and gangs are higher. Yes, if you live in a poor neighborhood, you will face challenges that somebody in a wealthy suburb does not have to face. But that's not a reason to get bad grades; that's not a reason to cut class; that's not a reason to give up on your education and drop out of school.'"

    He added: "To parents, we can't tell our kids to do well in school and then fail to support them when they get home. You can't just contract out parenting. For our kids to excel, we have to accept our responsibility to help them learn. That means putting away the Xbox, putting our kids to bed at a reasonable hour. It means attending those parent-teacher conferences and reading to our children and helping them with their homework."

    What President Obama said is not new. We have heard it every day and week from pastors, community leaders, educators and, yes

  • 01:58

    Josephine Bolling, Author: The Penalty for Success 9:15 P.M. 10:00 P.M. Love

    in Lifestyle

    Josephine Bolling McCall was born in Lowndes County, Alabama. She attended G. W. Carver High School in Montgomery, Alabama State University and Auburn University.  She is a Nationally Certified School Psychologist (Retired), and was the first black president of the Alabama Association of School Psychologists and first person ever elected to serve two presidential terms.  She was the first black to serve as Alabama’s delegate to the National Association of School Psychologists.  She retired as Director of Special Education from the Phenix City Public Schools.  After retirement, she served as the Director of the Alabama League for the Advancement of Education working with six historical black colleges to provide tutorial and other educational services to public school children.

    McCall has served as president of: the Montgomery Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Inc., the Montgomery Chapter of The Links, Inc., and The Elite Social and Civic Club; she is a member of The Carats, Inc. She served as president of the Montgomery Education Retirees Association, Area Director of the Alabama Education Retirees Association and member of the Alabama Education Retirees Foundation Board.  She currently serves as the president of The Elmore Bolling Foundation which she founded to preserve the legacy of her father.

    Josephine and husband, Charlie, have two children, Carlton Alan (Chuck) McCall and Jerilyn McCall Corlew and three grandchildren Adam McCall and Matthew and Clark Corlew. 

    10:00 P.M.  LOVE AND HAPPINESS  Adult talk radio

    Featuring the music of Phyllis Hyman 

    Hosted by

    Gemini, Sweet Pea, and Bryan Mac

    Call in: 646-478-3527

    Talk or Listen

    Join us

  • 03:00

    Black Friday: What Legacy Will You Leave? With Executive Producer Ric Mathis

    in Culture

    On this broadcast we will be having an interview with Executive Producer Ric Mathis about his  up coming film "Black Friday: What Legacy Will You Leave"? The film and documentary will be premiering November 13, 2015 at Impact Church (2323 Sylvan Rd. East Point, GA 30344). The  documentary explores why African Americans have consistently remained in the lowest percentile of America’s wealth gap, while also presenting insight on how to restore the circulation of wealth in Black communities. Topics of discussion include negative spending habits, introduction of financial literacy during early stages of development, and the absence of support for African-American owned businesses by Black consumers. Mathis says, “Black Friday is the Noah's Ark of Economics, if you are not up on this you risk drowning in a sea of debt.” After discovering the alarming imbalance of Black spending compared to economic growth among the Black community, Mathis used his expertise to educate and provoke change with the film Black Friday. The film not only targets these issues but more importantly provides solutions that can be applied for the betterment of the community. Among other prominent figures, Actor & Author Hill Harper, TV Personality Cynthia Bailey, and Grammy Award-Winning Artist & Activist David Banner will provide their insight on money management skills and maintaining economic stability. The ultimate goal of Black Friday: What Legacy Will You Leave is to inform and incite change in urban communities nationwide, hopefully helping Black families leave legacies for generations to come. Believe me this is a broadcast that you don't want to miss. 347-850-8030  is the call in number http://thefilmblackfriday.com/ 

  • 00:30

    #TheSnatchback Ep.2! Kobe's Legacy Ruined? Paul George Is BACK? ANDRE DRUMMOND!

    in Sports

    Another week of NBA Action has created more questions for me and @NotNickBaughan. How is Steph Curry and the Warriors STILL hot. Is Paul George better then ever? Why do I believe social media is beginning to ruin legacies like Kobe Bryant's? Me and Nick are also discussing the Detroit Pistons' surprising start to the season along with the sudden emgerence of Andre Drummond... TUNE IN.


    FOLLOW US ON TWITTER! @ArdenSportsTalk and @NotNickBaughan

    SUBSCRIBE TO MY YOUTUBE CHANNEL! YouTube.com/kingarden23

  • THE MOVEMENT: Home is where the ART is...

    in Art

    Join your hosts, CLEAR, live from Washington, DC, with Mikuak Rai and THE MOVEMENT every Monday night starting at 7:30pm EST on http://tobtr.com/8059007. 

    THE MOVEMENT is a sacred space for creative catalyzation where everyone is invited to 'show up', share, explore, discover and recover their own creative genius, and collaborate with other conscious creatives. THE MOVEMENT is inspired and informed by the legacies and futures of the world's Original Peoples, and what their enduring arts and sciences have to show and teach us. As it is said, "We are the ones we've been waiting for." Now, what will we create? 

    Call in to listen live at (347)-855-8448, or join us in person at LIV (2001 11th St., NW Washington DC 20001).


  • 00:30

    EP# 202: Biographer Dalene Bickel Joins Kori on the Back Porch

    in Writing

    Dalene Bickel, founder of Lasting Legacies, is a life story author, speaker, editor and self-publishing consultant who has written and published several privately commissioned biographies. Her personal writing has appeared in local and national publications, including the Chicken Soup for the Soul series, and she served as a panelist at the 2015 Biographers International Conference in Washington, DC. Dalene's blog and newsletter provide the resources and information individuals need to write their own stories, as well as interesting discussions on American culture. Subscribe to the newsletter and get the free Legacy Roadmap: A Beginner's Guide to Writing Life Story at www.lasting-legacies.net.
    Twitter handle: @DaleneBickel


  • 00:31

    Empowering Women – Your Health, Wealth & Legacy!

    in Business

    Join us today on Women Lead Radio as Cecile Bereal, your host of Serving Up Diversity, interviews Ellen Hill, Financial Professional at Transamerica Financial Advisors, Inc.

    We hear a lot about the importance of women’s health, wealth and legacy, but what does that really mean? 

    Women are living longer and making more financial decisions for their future.  Women are leaving more legacies and want to raise their families in a world filled with more equality, peace and forgiveness.  Transamerica Financial Advisors shares a wealth of information on their blog about insurance, retirement, investments, personal finance, taxes and living a healthy lifestyle.

    Cecile Bereal is your host of Serving Up Diversity, a show designed to showcase the value of diversity and inclusion in the workplace and to examine best practices among stellar companies striving for a cohesive and diverse workforce.

  • 01:37

    Intentional Living presents From Anger and Abuse to Abundant living in Christ

    in Christianity

    Throughout history, men who lived on purpose and left great legacies did so intentionally. Integrity, Wholeness, and Wellness does not merely happen by chance. Passivity leads to futility. It sadness me greatly to witness our culture spiral down a destructive path away from God. We need men who will stand up and fight for their families like never before. Men who are disgusted and dissatisfied with mediocrity and are willing to join forces with other courageous men to lead this next generation. It starts with you! What decisions and choices will you make in dealing with real issues of life; Issues like addictions, infidelity, and VIOLENCE? Christ makes deliverance available and possible, Join us at 10:00am CST with our special guest Dr.John L Fulbright III who will share his story of "Restoration". From Anger and Abuse to Abundant Living in Christ. Call to listen live at 657-383-0095

  • 00:46

    Jasmina Agrillo Scherr , Christopher Veal

    in Business

    Jasmina Agrillo Scherr Spiritual pilgrim, yogi mystic, meditation coach, brain recovery counselor, and spiritual healer, she has spent more than 25 years inspiring people the world over, teaching them how to access and use the power of their heart to impact consciousness, health, performance, creativity and relationships

    Christopher Veal is the Chief Daditude Officer at the Daditude Coach. He is a Certified Professional CoActive Coach and holds his Associate Certified Coach credential from the International Coach Federation.He combines his more than 25 years of experience in the military, public and private sectors with an MBA and a Master’s in Organizational Leadership to bring his passion for calling forth awake and empowered leaders in our world. He’s also a highly dedicated father who is on a quest to help men step powerfully into their roles as fathers and leaders, so they can craft their legacies