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  • 01:11

    Deepertruth: Eucharistic Miracle of Morne-Rouge, Martinique, Carribean Is. 1902

    in Religion

    On May 8, 1902, La Montagne, the volcano at the peak of Mount Pelée suddenly erupted. A discharge of lava immediately reached the city of Saint-Pierre de la Martinique and completely destroyed it.  Of the estimated 30,000 population, only two survivors were known. One witness, Victor Albert, watched in horror from his farm and told the French newspaper La Croix: “A flash more dazzling than a lightning happened … At the same time, a cloud that formed on the summit of Montagne [Mount] Pelée literally fell on Saint-Pierre with such rapidity that it was impossible for anyone to escape.”


    That day, the eruption mysteriously spared the village of Morne-Rouge, located between Saint-Pierre and Mount Pelée.  The prodigious event was accompanied by an apparition of Jesus and His Sacred Heart in the Host exposed for public Eucharistic adoration. There were many witnesses to that extraordinary phenomenon.


    On May 8, 1902, Ascension Day, the Mount Pelée volcano started erupting lava and ashes. The inhabitants of Morne-Rouge, strongly devoted to the Sacred Heart of Jesus, immediately hurried to their parish church to ask Our Lady of Deliverance to spare their village from catastrophe. At that moment of sudden danger, people rushed to the confessionals.

  • 01:00

    Color Me Martinique

    in Travel

    For lovers of history and culture, Martinique offer a rich mixed French/Creole heritage that adds spice to everything: cuisine, dance, Carnival, music, emotion and so much more.

    Martinique attractions and monuments transport visitors back in time, fully illustrating what makes their culture so unique.

    All visitors to Martinique enjoy world class hotel options, exceptional gastronomy, shopping featuring the best of Paris alongside uniquely Caribbean creations, affordability and above all, an island environment that is safe, friendly and inviting.

    We will have the Director of the Martinique Tourism board as our guest Muriel Wiltord, she will be sharing some great information with us about the beautiful island of Martinique.

  • 01:00

    Discover Kenya and the Caribbean

    in Travel

    World Footprints will introduce the African country of Kenya--considered to be the Cradle of Civilization because its history can be traced back six million years ago.  Kenya is also considered the heart of Africa and the safari epicenter of the world.  We'll learn more about this ancient country from Jacinta Nzioka with the Kenyan Tourism Board.


    During the latest Caribbean Tourism Organization conference we met over a dozen of country representatives to learn what distinguishes their country from another Caribbean nation.  We also discovered some interesting history and traveled deeper through our conversations.   Listen. Learn. Explore. as we speak to:



    Barbados
    Haiti
    Anguilla
    St. Maarten
    Nevis
    Grenada
    Trinidad & Tobago
    US Virgin Islands
    St. Vincent and the Grenadines
    Turks & Caicos
    Antigua and Barbuda
    Martinique
    Dominica

  • 02:12

    Entretien avec Juilette Smeralda: Afro-Descendance & Vision Afrikaine

    in Lifestyle

    Radio Nyabinghi Intercontinentale (R.N.I) se veut être la caisse de résonance d'une rumeur aujourd'hui grandissante. Longtemps professée & longtemps prophétisée. Un bourdonnement sourd, impérieux qui bientôt se transformera en tumulte impétueux. Inexorablement.


    Il s'agit du rapatriement des Afro-descendants. Des membres de la Diaspora Noire disséminés à travers l'occident & au-delà. Ceux pour qui l'appel du plus beau Continent retentit & s'exerce en eux comme une attraction magnétique. Comme un devoir, une nécessité, comme un vide à combler, une raison d'être. Ceux bien inspirés qui pressentent l'implacable marche de l'Histoire se dérouler sous leur yeux & qui pour rien au monde ne la laissera se jouer sans eux. Actifs pas passifs. Victorieux pas victimes.


    Radio Nyabinghi Intercontinentale (R.N.I) veut œuvrer avec réalisme & pragmatisme à donner encore plus d'écho à cet état de fait. A répondre aux interrogations nombreuses, aux doutes & à l'incertitude. A donner un modus operandi. A travers l'expérience concrète de ses animateurs, de ses thèmes abordés, de ses invités & de l'Irrépressible Culture Noire.

  • 01:01

    Stephen Roberts Live Presents: CTC - Interviews with Tamah Jada Clark

    in Culture

    Tamah Jada Clark


    "After I was accused of orchestration and involvement in an elaborate “jailbreak” scheme in 2010, there was a slew of ostensible news stories regarding what was alleged to have happened. At that time, I was shocked at the horrid picture that had been inaccurately painted of me. They attempted to portray me as a career criminal, or some sort of hooligan thug–neither of which I have ever been. I was never even sent to the principle’s office as a child in school, let alone had I ever been in any trouble for anything, at all, ever before. To the contrary, I was the exact OPPOSITE of a career criminal; I was considered a model student and child by my school teachers, college advisors, friends, family–and the community in general. Honestly, a lot of people considered me to be a “little miss goody two-shoes”; and of course, the least likely person to ever be in trouble for anything.


    I grew up in Arlington, VA where, as child, I did all the things that fortunate, well-behaved suburban kids do: play on a few sports teams, make good grades, play an instrument, participate in charity events, etc. For instance:


    I began playing the violin in elementary school and continued through college. As a child, with the school orchestra, every single year of middle and high school, I traveled the country to compete in various orchestral competitions that our wonderful school music teacher had been so gracious to arrange in our behalf, for our extra-curricular enrichment; and thanks to our incredible, loving, and dedicated director, we won competition after competition–and brought home trophy after trophy.
    I began learning French in middle school and went on to elect French as one of my college majors– the pursuit of which, led me to travel to France (summer 2004), Martinique (summer 2005), and the Middlebury School of Language (summer 2007)."

  • 00:33

    Music Director Producer Gary D. Hines

    in Music

    Gary D. Hines, Music Director and Producer of the 3-time, Grammy Award-Winning Sounds of Blackness. 


    Pop, Hip-Hop, Rhythm & Blues, Jazz, Latin, Rock, Blues, Reggae, Ragtime, Classical and Gospel. Gary has recorded, performed, toured, written for and appeared with: Quincy Jones, Jimmy “Jam” Harris & Terry Lewis, Prince, Usher,


    Stevie Wonder, Michael Jackson, Luther Vandross, Aretha Franklin, Elton John, Johnny Gill, Patti LaBelle, Sting,


    Dolly Parton, Danny Glover and Jordin Sparks to name just a few. Gary has performed in every major city in the U.S. and abroad in Africa, England, Holland, Switzerland, France, Germany, Italy, Portugal, Japan, Brazil, Mexico, Canada, Bermuda, Jamaica, Martinique and The Bahamas - with Sounds of Blackness


    Gary has also conducted countless Music Workshops, Seminars, Lecture-Demonstrations and Master Classes across the United States and internationally about the history, impact and evolution of African-American music and culture. Gary has been the recipient of such honors as a Grammy, International Time For Peace Award, Minnesota Music Academy Awards,


    Minnesota Music Hall of Fame Award, Distinguished Citizen Award, Golden Scroll For The Promise of Greatness Award and, Honorary Doctor of Humane Letters from his Alma Mater Macalester College, St. Paul.


    Sounds of Blackness latest CD, "THE SOUNDS OF BLACKNESS" won a 2012 NAACP Image Award!

  • 02:00

    Au-delà des Frontières : La Diaspora Outre-Antlantique & l'Afrik.

    in Lifestyle

    Radio Nyabinghi Intercontinentale (R.N.I) se veut être la caisse de résonance d'une rumeur aujourd'hui grandissante. Longtemps professée & longtemps prophétisée. Un bourdonnement sourd, impérieux qui bientôt se transformera en tumulte impétueux. Inexorablement.
    Il s'agit du rapatriement des Afro-descendants. Des membres de la Diaspora Noire disséminés à travers l'occident & au-delà. Ceux pour qui l'appel du plus beau Continent retentit & s'exerce en eux comme une attraction magnétique. Comme un devoir, une nécessité, comme un vide à combler, une raison d'être. Ceux bien inspirés qui pressentent l'implacable marche de l'Histoire se dérouler sous leur yeux & qui pour rien au monde ne la laissera se jouer sans eux. Actifs pas passifs. Victorieux pas victimes.


    Radio Nyabinghi Intercontinentale (R.N.I) veut œuvrer avec réalisme & pragmatisme à donner encore plus d'écho à cet état de fait. A répondre aux interrogations nombreuses, aux doutes & à l'incertitude. A donner un modus operandi. A travers l'expérience concrète de ses animateurs, de ses thèmes abordés, de ses invités & de l'Irrépressible Culture Noire.


    Tenez-vous prêts. 


     

  • 02:00

    Turbulent Times 4/13/15 episode 13 Part 2 - The Greatest Story Never Told

    in Current Events

    North and I's discussion of Adolf Hitler on the documentary The Greatest Story Never Told in episode 12 was a bit more involved than we'd originally thought.  Therefore, we'll discuss only the most important high points of the documentary, Hitler's life, and World War II. 


    And of course, we will briefly touch on Current Events happening in America and around the world in the first 15 minutes.


    We welcome you to join us by calling in or popping into the chat room at http://turbulenttimes.chatango.com with any questions you might have.


    Please visit our blogs at:


    whitewraithe.wordpress.com


    northerntruthseeker.blogspot.com


    More to come and stay frosty,


    Whitewraithe~


    For our Canadian listeners and others whose country's have blocked the content of the documentary below is additional information for your consideration and a link to (1of27) videos.


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    https://youtu.be/Vnu5uW9No8g


    'Adolf Hitler - The Greatest Story NEVER Told' Parts 1-27 @TGSNTtv has been blocked from view on the following YouTube country site(s):


    France, Germany, Canada, Czech Republic, Poland, Israel, Italy, French Guiana, French Polynesia, French Southern Territories, Guadeloupe, Martinique, Mayotte, New Caledonia, Reunion, Saint Pierre and Miquelon, Wallis and Futuna, Austria, Switzerland.

  • 03:00

    Climate Change, WE Can Solve It - JAH BLESS, WE GOT SWEETNESS AND SUBAJAH!

    in Music

    Our special guest this week, Ian Sweetness. He'll be giving us a shout and we will be playing some of his most exellent tunes, a sneak listen to his, as yet unreleased, new song Cowboy Master. Our friend Suba Subajah, out of Martinique, sent us a couple of his beautiful tunes this past week. Wonderful vocals and nice groove, Voice of Freedom. Thank you both for sharing your work with us today. 


    Coming to you live from Costa Rica and brought to you by the La Reserva Forest Foundation (LRFF). We invite you to participate in this most interesting and interactive show by calling in or participating in the "green" chat room. LRFF is working to solve climate change and lost resources by restoring the tropical forests in the "lungs of the world". 


    Climate change is our continuing topic. It's being caused by human activity not volcanoes, solar activity or a universal conspiracy. This is a platform for everyone to tell us your views on cc, ask questions about this most important issue. The majority of people are very uninformed about cc because it has become unmentionable in the mainstream media.  Talking about it is the first step to solving it. 


    As always great roots and culture music plus interesting Caribbean news and events. 


    Give us a call, get involved! (661) 467-2407

  • 03:01

    Coming Apocalypse

    in Current Events

    Hamas sends a message to Israeli Prime Minister to please "restrain" from attacks and lets seek peace. Also North Korea report released by the United Nations shows horrific scences of torture of prisnors is fully inhumane. Also Egyptian militants warn tourists to leave the country of face attacks. Also South Korean building collapse killing 10 and injured 100. Also the snow blizzards have killed 23 in Japan. Also 6.7 earthquake hits Martinique in the Carribean Island. Also suicide bombers killed 49 in Baghad, Iraq. These events and much more along with bible prophecy and the powerful Word of God. Your Host Pastor Paul Begley of Indiana.

  • 01:36

    Creatively Speaking (TM) On The Air

    in Culture

    Hosted By:


    Michelle Materre, The Grande Dame of Black Whole


    Today's Episode: A Special Tribute to Carolyn Johnson 


     


    Carolyn Yvonne Johnson, of Brooklyn, NY, passed away on April 24, 2014. She was born in Austin, Texas, on September 11, 1949, and raised in San Antonio, TX, and Las Cruces, NM. Carolyn lived a full life; she was a college professor at Hostos Community College in the nursing department as well as a nurse anesthetist at Kings County Hospital. Her students greatly admired her and attributed their successful journeys through the nursing program to her. At the time of her death, she was working on a doctorate degree in Public Health, with a concentration on adolescent health of Hispanic and African-American teenage girls.


    Carolyn's passion was documentary filmmaking. Her tribute to the perseverance of a cultural tradition "Juneteenth Community", took eight years to complete. The testimonials of the current participants in this event, and their poignant recollections of those past, inspired the need to record the dynamics and significance of a century-old continuous expression of culture. Carolyn’s documentary won critical acclaim, and received an award in the category of community video from the Black Filmmakers Hall Of Fame in Oakland, California, on October 7th, 2000.


    She loved to travel and spoke three different languages because of her travels and love of different cultures. Her travels took her to places such as Nigeria, Mexico, Martinique, and her favorite spot, Canada.