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  • 02:18


    in Spirituality


  • 00:59

    Food Innovation Districts

    in Food

    Welcome to Flavor Living Radio @flavorliving for our first show in 2016..On today's show we listen to the experts on how to start a food innovational district from the start to finish. Our guest Jessica from the Local Roots out of Wooster, Ohio, Have you heard of the Union Kitchen, from Washington,D.C. tune in and hear Mary Beth explain this appreciable idea in the Capital..Go West and you will see Mandela Marketplace in West Oakland, California and a honor to have a chance to talk with Mariela Cedeno..This concepts brings together growers,producers,distrubutors and entrepreneurs. @mandelamarket @localrootsfarms @UnionKitchenDC


  • 02:01

    Black Kings Appreciation Month Episode 4

    in Relationships

    Today is our 4th Episode of "Black King Appreciation Month" Celebration.

    Hosted By Sis Misty and Queen 

    We will be discussing the past and present contributions and greatness of our Kings from many different sects (Kemet, RBG, Hebrews, Islam, Nuwapians, Afrikan Spiritualism, Black Nationalist and Christianity.)

    Today's Featured Kings of the past we will honor "Nelson (Madiba) Mandela and "Toussaint Louverture" 

    Also giving special appreciation to Kings of Today: Khonsu Shesmu Amun and Vah Stinson

    CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR KINGS:  Metu Gaza  and Troy Young (raffle winners)

    We will also be discussing how we as Black Women can elevate our Kings and how we can assist them with their goals in life,  Because they live in a society where they are hated, not appreciated, not recognized and destroyed and the hands of White Supremacy.

    During the program we will raffle 2 names from the call in numbers of the Kings who participate in the dialogue. The question is simple "Black Men what do you need from the Black Woman?" Our Kings are often felt like they are not heard. Well the Queens are here to listen. Call in (914) 803-4571 @ 7pm est or listen via internet @ www.blogtalkradio/mauricemuhammad.com

    Stay connected to  "Black Kings Appreciation Month" facebook page for all updates and future celebrations!

    The raffle winners will win a gift from a black owned business and we will ship it to your door to show you how much you are appreciated. 

  • 00:51

    Agitator Radio

    in Politics Progressive

    Frank Chapman was wrongfully convicted of murder and arm robbery in 1961 and sentenced to life and fifty years in the Missouri State Prison. His case was taken up by the National Alliance Against  Racist and Political Repression (NAARPR) and after 14 years imprisonment he was released in 1976. In 1983 he was elected Executive Director of NAARPR. He worked with Charlene Mitchell, who preceded him as Executive Director of NAARPR, on building an international campaign to free Rev. Ben Chavis and the Wilmington Ten, Joann Little, and others falsely accused and politically persecuted. He was a part of the international campaign to Free Nelson Mandela. He has been a part of leading the struggle in Chicago for the past three years to stop police crimes, especially murder, torture, beatings and racial profiling.  He is presently Field Organizer and Educational Director of the Chicago Alliance Against Racist and Political Repression.

    In addition to being a community organizer Frank is also a published writer since 1966 when his first essay on “Science and Africa” appeared in the Summer edition of Freedomways magazine.   He became a contributing editor of Freedomways magazine in 1981.  He also wrote for the Musicians Local 802’s newspaper in New York City and Local 199 Health Care Workers Union.

  • 02:19


    in Spirituality

    Thanks for hanging out in the Goddess Suite, Tune in 9pm, EST. for our Think About It Thursday show, sip a cup of CONSCIOUS tea and get ready for the Curiosity Quenching 2 HOURS of your life! Call in to the Goddess Suite 516-453-9075 PRESS 1 if you have questions or comments or click link to listen online!! Tonight we welcome back our lovely sister Fluerbrun to the show, to discuss if you are indeed operating on a different timeline. Have you heard of THE MANDELA EFFECT: Groups of  complete strangers remember the exact same events with the exact same details. However, our memories are different from what’s in history books, newspaper archives, and so on.  These can also be considered Parallel Realities for instance Nelson Mandela died in prison, long before his loss on December 5th, 2013. Many people — perhaps thousands — seem to believe that. Many thought Nelson Mandela died in prison.  Also, remembered it clearly, complete with news clips of his funeral, the mourning in South Africa, some rioting in cities, and the heartfelt speech by his widow. Hence The Mandela Effect. That is not all how many remember Proctor & Gamble, well it never existed look it up it is Procter & Gamble. Sex in the City is now Sex and the City, The Berenstien Bears (Which I had the books as a child) is now The Berenstain Bears. The list goes on and on!!!! Tonight Fluerbrun will tell us how we can disconnect from the MATRIX and live outside of TIME. You don't want to miss tonight's show!!!!!!

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  • 00:21


    in Politics Progressive

    Hashize iminsi hahita ibiganiro binyuranye bivuga ku bijyanye n’ibyo bise « guhindura itegekonshinga ». Mu magambo atangwa usangamo impirita nyinshi, guhubuka ndetse no gushyanukana umuvuduko uteye impungenge. Aho kugaragaza aho itegeko risanzwe ryaba ribangamiye igihugu cyangwa umuryango nyarwanda muri rusange, usanga ahubwo abantu bibanda mu gutakana ibikabyo byinshi Perezida Kagame Paul, nk’umuntu udasanzwe, kuburyo byanteye kwibaza aho u Rwanda rurimo kugana.


    Ngo atambutse abandi banyarwanda bose kuburyo akiriho ntawe bahiga? Ngo afite uburenganzira bwo guhindura amahame ibihugu bikoresha n’Isi yose igenderaho, ngo kuko ari we, bigatuma u Rwanda rusumba ibinhdi bihugu byose ? Ngo Kagame Paul ni ikirenga, ngo ni nka Yezu Kristu ?!!

    Hari ibintu umuntu muzima yumva akabyibazaho kandi akiyemeza kudaterera iyo, ngo bitazaba nabi akababazwa n’uko yabibonye ntagire icyo akora. Nanjye iyo numvise ibivugwa, mbona ibintu bitoroshye; cyane cyane ko ababivuga mbona bazi neza ibyo barimo; ahubwo ko akenshi baba bagamije guhuma amaso rubanda idasobanukiwe . Nasubiye mu mateka ngo ndebe umutegetsi twafatiraho urugero mu rwego rwo gufasha Abanyarwanda guhumuka bakirinda guhubukira kurohama.

  • 01:08

    Get Fit Feel Fabulous: Create Confident Kids with Marty L. Ward

    in Self Help

    Ready to live your best life ever? Britt is here to help!

    Join her on Saturday, October 24 when she welcomes Marty L. Ward, founder of Create Confident Kids, to Get Fit Feel Fabulous:

    Marty L Ward is championing the movement to  Create Confident Kids. When a 10 yr old little girl hung herself rather than face the bully back in 2011, Marty said, “ENOUGH!” Despite all our school regulations and “Anti-Bullying” and “Stop Bullying” campaigns, 4,400 students commit suicide each year (nobullying.org) and 160,000 are absent every day (MBNDB.org) due to fear of confronting the bully.

    Fed up with the rising statistics, Marty looked for an answer. Influenced by leaders such as Nelson Mandela, Martin Luther King, Gandhi, and Mother Theresa, Marty designed a Create Confident Kids to Eliminate Bullying Program with a whole new twist: it focuses on what we do want – Confident Kids – rather than on what we don’t want – more bullying.

    The goal is to decrease childhood suicide and absenteeism – caused by fear of confronting the bully – by 50% in the next 5 years. Not only will kids feel great about themselves, but also teachers and administrators can spend more time doing what they love – teaching and leading.

    Learn how to use a simple, straight-forward and actionable formula to create a school culture of “All For One And One For All” that can contribute to making school a safer, more secure place, where children can focus on learning and growing rather than avoiding the bully.

    During the live broadcast, dial (347) 945-7246 and press 1 if you would like to ask Marty a question.

  • 00:32

    Special Edition Radio Program

    in Christianity

    "LIVE" from South Africa!

    Listen "LIVE" around the World October 7, 2015 @ 6PM-6:30PM for South Africa and 11AM-11:30AM USA, CST.

    Kayla Padgett & The Finding My Way Radio Network (USA/WORLD) welcomes...

    Special Guest Host/Speaker: Dr. John Shaka, named as "Pastor" by the Late Former President of South Africa, Nelson Mandela!

    Call in to listen @ 1 (347) 850-8560!

    Facebook @finding.myway.92          Instagram @wayfindingmy


  • 03:00

    Pan-African Journal: Special Worldwide Radio Broadcast

    in Politics

    Listen to this special edition of the Pan-African Journal hosted by Abayomi Azikiwe, editor of the Pan-African News Wire. At the bottom of the first hour we feature our regular PANW reports with dispatches on the legacy of Ghana's first prime minister and president, Dr. Kwame Nkrumah, the leading strategist and tactician of the African Revolution between the 1940s to the 1970s; Somalia despite the interventions of United States and European imperialism remains unstable and suffering from food deficits impacting 240,000 people; the Democratic Republic of Congo faced the resignation of two leading ministers as tensions escalate over the political future of the mineral rich Central African state; and the business community in South Africa is hoarding cash amid an economic downturn. In the second hour we continue our month-long focus on race relations in the U.S. and around the world with an audio documentary on the legendary African National Congress (ANC) leader Nelson Mandela (1918-2013) and an interview with program host Abayomi Azikiwe on what is behind the controversary surrounding the confederate flag in the U.S. The third hour highlights the hidden U.S. imperialist-backed war against the people of Yemen.

  • 02:48

    Radio Free South Africa: Karin Smith - The Real Story of South Africa

    in Current Events

    Karin Smith - The Real Story of South Africa
    September 7, 2015
    Karin Ann Smith is an expat South African living in Texas. She studied Nursing at Grey's Hospital in Pietermaritzburg and worked in the Casino industry and for the biggest supermarket chain in South Africa, both upper management positions dealing with the Unions. She has been an activist calling for world attention to the genocide of the Boer people in South Africa for at least 10 years. Her family fled the civil war in Rhodesia (now Zimbabwe) and eventually settled as farmers in South Africa, where her family of 5 siblings and both parents have suffered attacks by AK47 wielding gangs twice in the last 3 years, resulting in the death of her father last September. Karin talks about the history of South Africa during the days of the Dutch East India Company when the Cape of Good Hope was developed. She explains the early clash of the nomadic Boors and the African Zulu Nation along with the British colonization of the mineral rich region. We discuss the 1948 establishment of the Republic of South Africa by the National party, when apartheid laws were instituted as a way to maintain the peace between the minority White Afrikaners, the ruling Boers and warring indigenous Black tribes. Karin explains the political interests of the African National Congress (ANC) and underscores the track records of its communist faction, Joe Slovo, and the founder of the Armed Wing, Nelson Mandela. She also gives details related to the slow decline and decimation of the once predominately White South Africa, where taxpayer dollars cannot support the globalist takeover of a country lacking viable commerce from its majority population. Karin highlights some of the post-apartheid sanctions instituted by the ANC, along with the bigger picture of hatred towards Whites that has been stirred up by the ANC and their allies, the Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF), led by Julius Malema.