SORT BY Relevancy
Tune In Sat. 2/28th at 9pm est. to Unthinkable Live on Phone Fantasy Radio. Join hosts Jay Love and Troy Dee Nu York with Da'City for a open discussion "Tax Season, When You're Just Over Broke". It's an examination of the opportunitsts who are "Just Over Broke" preying on the naive with a job, the gullible whom leave themselves valunerable, and the evil which is released duriing tax time. DON'T MISS THIS SHOW!!!
Listen & Comment
Call-In -805-830-8320 (PRESS #1 TO SPEAK)
Chat Live http://www.phonefantasyradio.com
My Sister My Friend is an internet show here to undergurd, uplft and encourage all women. We are here to provide information and resources for those women in need of assistance.
Host Cyrus Webb welcomes Dyson Knight of the Baha Men to #ConversationsLIVE to discuss his love of music, the success of the group and what it's been like to share new music with their fans and music lovers alike.
in Indie Music
Welcome to this Special Edition of Saturday Nite Gospel Jamz. Our first hour we will have the interview with a new artist to our show "PeeZee" Deu ch 28: 15-68 describes his music. Its gonna be powerful, Thought provocative, Truth! The music of PeeZee..... Our Second our is our regularly schedule music show with Sister Fiyah Harris, live from Dallas, TX and Brother Malachi live from Hattiesburg, MS. Chat room is open and to ask questions or make a comment on the phone press #1 if listening. (347) 205-9279
Kim and Vince of #ManTalk101 are gonna take you there. Let's visit with these two to see why Men are not committing. Is is myth or fact? Let's see what's or WHO IS IN #TheVault. I have a feeling these two are gonna step on some toes this episode. So Men and Women get ready to dig deep into this conversation. Welcome to #ManTalk101 Saturday'sFebruary 28th @ 11am eastern at 845-241-9898 Or listen @ blogtalkradio.com/IAMMERADIO exclusive on #Iammeradio
Removing The Bandages welcomes Mr. Bradley Smith, Mr. Byrd Tripp and Mr. Ricky Redding of My Brother’s Keeper Cordele (MBKC) as the special guest on today’s show. A group of brothers and sisters that are on the move to make a difference in their hometown and community, Cordele, Georgia, where they grew up. Their mission is to empower, develop a positive vision and create a greater accountability of integrity, service and economic growth.
My Brother’s Keeper Cordele is a movement with a message that speaks to and touches the lives of our next generation. They have decided to stand up and answer the call of helping to take back a community that can be safe, restored and uplifted for the young and the old citizens. They also realize that the movement is not just for the betterment of their community, but for the entire world as the movement is inside of them wherever they go.
Mr.Bradley Smith is retired from the United States Army. He received his degree from Columbia College of Missouri, CJC. He currently lives in Madison, AL. A man of intellect who believes in Education, Public Safety, Economic Development, Leadership and Engagement.
Mr. Byrd Tripp is retired from the United States Navy and a retired Chief Warrant Officer 4. He has a BS in Liberal Arts, Excelsior College. He lives in Cordele, GA. and is a husband and father of three. A man of wisdom who believes in Economic Development, Leadership and Youth Engagement.
Mr. Ricky Redding served in the Army National Guard, and was called to active duty during Operation Desert Shield/Desert Storm. He graduated from the Georgia Law Enforcement Command College at Columbus State University with a Criminal Justice Certificate. He is a husband and father of three. He lives in Cordele, GA is running for Sheriff in Cordele for year 2016. A man of valor who believes in Leadership, Public Safety and Youth Engagement.
Hosted By: Lesa Marie Belle
As we go about our everyday lives, we encounter highs, lows, joy, sadness and various emotions as the world has a tendency to beat us up and bring us joy all at the same time. Some of us will take the good with the bad & keep it moving. We get home and if we're lucky we have someone to vent to and discuss our hectic day with. So many of us are going through trials and tribulations, health issues, financial troubles, living from paycheck to paycheck, or with no check. We' re faced with heartache, disappointment, loneliness, anger, and all too often we aren't able to easily shake it off or to talk about it with someone. We keep issues bottled up, maybe because we don't feel comfortable with sharing with others or we fear judgment for the issues we have or the things we're going through. Do you find yourself looking to the heavens and asking " Why me God?" We've all been there and we all need to be restored! We're seeking answers and questioning "What is going on?" Mind, body, soul & spirit need restoration. Lord, please come by here and restore our minds, bodies, souls and spirits.
Peace & Blessings,
Lesa M. Belle
The Hushmo Black Forum follows current events and news relevant to the African American community. The moderator initiates thought-provoking discussions and conversation for the listing audience throughout cyberspace . Members and guests of Hushmo’s online public forum are diverse individuals who have passionate insights and perspectives on African American issues that range from day-to-day life, politics, media, history, books, sports, entertainment, style, beauty and more.
The forum features a blog for members to post comments and interact. Writers highlight everything from movies and celebrity fashion to local human interest stories and lifestyle advice.
The Hushmo Black Forum airs online on Blog Talk Radio every Saturday at 7pm. On Blog Talk Radio, Hushmo Black has taken an in-depth look at the prolific African American activist W.E.B Du Bois. Hushmo Black has also reviewed and discussed Jimmy C. Cameron's newly released book “RACISM and HATE: an AMERICAN REALITY” and his first book "The Water Boy: The Life and Trials of Jimmy C. Cameron," which documents the life of Jimmy C Cameron and the Cameron family history in the state of Georgia covering some 230 years and windup centering on an epiphany he had when wounded in the Vietnam War in 1966."
Visit The Hushmo Black Forum and stay up-to-date on the latest in African American culture. When you become a member, you're embracing new friendships and a community to share stories and opinions.
"Like" The Hushmo Black Forum on Facebook and join "The Watering Hole," the place to quench your knowledge thirst!
Today, everyone is equal. Women have the same rights as men and are able to do what they please. It’s understandable that women have a hard time working on a construction site but why is it so hard for them to succeed in fields like business/politics? This happens because these “systems” have been built on the male mind.
In order for women to become successful and independent and to have high power jobs in business and politics they need to become, at least in the way they think, men. As hard as this may seem, many women manage to achieve this goal.
Because these women have tried so hard to fit into these male dominated fields, they have essentially lost their feminine side. This is fantastic for their careers but devastating for their love lives. No man will ever want to marry another man; he wants to marry a woman that has the qualities of a woman. Even if these qualities didn’t mean much to the average guy, he could still not handle the fact that his girlfriend/wife is more successful than him or makes more money.
Unfortunately, this is the major love-life struggle that smart, successful and independent women face today.