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While so many news stations are talking about Donald Sterling's taped conversations regarding his hate for black people, I'm wondering where is the news coverage regarding the missing Nigerian girls???? This is a damn shame. American news channels covered missing Malaysia Flight 370 and the S. Korean ferry incident. However, when I asked people did they hear about the missing Nigerian girls many had no clue as to what I was speaking about. There is so much hatred in the world its overwhelming. When will it end??? .....Not sure that it ever will!!!! Lets talk about it on the Xplosion. Call in number is 917-889-7866. www.blogtalkradio.com/momo-b
Enjoy this episode of the Write Stuff with author and manager Rhonda McKnight from Brown Girls Publishing -- Faith division.
Today we will be talking with Rhonda McKnight, author and publishing manager of the Brown Girls Publishing Faith division.
Brown Girls Faith is a publisher of Christian fiction and non-fiction books for the growing inspirational market. It is our mission to offer literature that not only entertains and teaches, but spurs the reader’s desire to know and love the Lord Jesus Christ more deeply.
Rhonda McKnight is the owner of Legacy Editing, a free-lance editing service for fiction writers and Urban Christian Fiction Today, a popular Internet site that highlights African-American Christian fiction. When she’s not editing projects, teaching workshops about writing or penning her next novel, she spends time with her family. Originally from a small, coastal town in New Jersey, she’s called Atlanta, Georgia home for eighteen years.
Brown Girls Publishing Faith division will be talking about submissions, the content and other aspects of their team. Join in the conversation at 646-595-2083, press 1 to be live on air. Or, you can download the WLUV radio mobile app. Or, click on the link here: http://tobtr.com/8112207. Tune in!
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Christmas is still 24 days away. ISt it too early for Christmas Music. NO! After all the crazyness of "BLACK FRIDAY", .missing out on that $9.99- 40 in color TV after standing in lines for hours we all need a little pick me up. What picks you up more then uplifting and fun Christmas music? Listen in and enjoy as we talk about our favorite Christmas Songs
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DECEMBER 1ST @ 9 PM EST - The ARCHIVISTS BET ON SEXY WITCHES Very Special Xmas Horror Episode!
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In Honour of Michael Dougherty's KRAMPUS Join THE SEXY WITCHES as we discuss the World of Holiday Horror with Regular Guest Host CASH WAMPUM aka ANDREW DAMIAN of HORROR 101 EDUCATING YOUR FEARS.
THEN AT 9:15 PM Special Guest KEVIN SOMMERFIELD OF SLASHER STUDIOS joins the discussion and will talk his own Xmas Horror Film he wrote and produced, DISMEMBERING CHRISTMAS!
THEN AT the TOP of the COMMUNITY CALENDAR Scream Queen KELSEY ZUKOWSKI calls in to give her review of KRAMPUS and join us for a special Seasonal Edition.
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Q & A Night - You'll suggest the themes for tonight's show, which will involve any topic from the world of public safety, violence prevention, and child abuse and trauma. Special co-host Dr. Debra Warner, Psy.D., a Los Angeles based Forensic Psychologist will lead the discussion. ~~ NAASCA is pleased to announce that Debra will be making regular special co-host appearances on upcoming Tuesday night question-and-answer style community participation shows. An educator and violence prevention expert, Dr. Warner will assist SCAN host and NAASCA founder Bill Murray field questions and lead a variety of topic discussions suggested by our call-in participants. Debra's understanding of the issues of child abuse and trauma spring not only from a professional perspective, but also from a personal one. Multiple members of her own family have been victims of predators. She'll share how she's participated in their struggle with surviving and thriving. ~~ Everyone's invited to engage on tonight's show .. on the phone or in SCAN's ever-present community chat room. ~~ Please visit our website: www.NAASCA.org
The video footage of Jamar Clark's shooting was released, showing that the police lied about the teenager lunging at them with a knife. Prosecutor Anita Alverez appears to be lying when she insists that although 88 minutes of the Burger King surveillance video is missing, no one tampered with the tape. Why is she covering for the police? Still photos of two police officers sitting at computers inside the Burger King office have surfaced despite official denials that the police interfered with the footage. Check out "In the Streets" Facebook page to see those photos as well as the video tootage showing Jamar Clark gunned down. Jason Van Dyke's defense lawyer says the video doesn't show the entire story because the footage is only 2-dimensional. Chicago Mayor Rahm Emmanuel helped suppress this video for a full year while he was running for reelection. A Planned Parenthood clinic in Colorado was under a terrorist seige where three people, including a police officer, were killed by a Christian extremist. Unsurprisingly, the Caucasian gunman was apprehended, unharmed, by the police. The media, while regularly demonizing minority victims as "criminals", is taking great care to paint this Caucasian mass murderer in a favorable light. Conservatives across the nation have defended this terrorist crime, citing popular lies regarding Planned Parenthood. Donald Trump lied about a meeting with black ministers who he claimed intended to endorse his candidacy. As they publicly denied their support, Trump claimed a "miscommunication". The meeting took place as scheduled, with fewer in attendance than Trump originally boasted. It remains to be seen how many, other than the organizer, will endorse Trump, Frustrated with the inaction of Prosecutor McGinty, who seems to be dragging his heels regarding justice for Tamir Rice, the Rice family released their own independent experts' reports. And more. Tuesday, December 1, 6pm Pacific.
Do you have what it takes to write a children's book? Our guest this week is author Ylleya Fields, creator of three books from the Princess Cupcake Jones series. Cupcake Jones is a modern day princess, who like many girls, loves her tutu and playing with her toys. Each book tells its own unique story, while at the same time, teaching children valuable lessons that parents will appreciate, all in a gentle, rhyming cadence that children will enjoy. The first book teaches the importance of tiding up, the second teaches the importance of going to school, and the newest book teaches the importance of creating memories and not rushing through life.
Ylleya Fields has three daughters and a son. While looking for books to read to her eldest daughter (when she was 2), Ylleya was struck by the limited number of titles featuring African American characters. Blending both of her daughter's images and personalities together, the Cupcake Jones series was created, with more additions to add to the series.
Get your questions ready and tune in - an inspiring show on motivating and teaching children positive images about culture, education, role models and the importance of self-esteem.
For more information or images on the series, please feel free to visit their website at www.PrincessCupcakeJones.com.
I’ve been an outdoorsman and a firearms enthusiast for as long as I can remember. Growing up in Louisiana there was always some type of game to hunt. My father introduced me to hunting and firearms and reloading at a very early age. About 5 years ago I discovered competitive shooting and wondered at that point why it took so long for me to start competitive shooting. I caught the bug bad you might say. I tried steel challenge USPSA, IDPA and 3 GUN. The rest was history. After I shot my first 3 Gun match it became my main focus in shooting. 3-4 years ago I met the crew from 3 Gun Nation when I volunteered to help build a match. That led to another match…and other match, long story short one day I showed up and just never left. Now I work full time with the 3 Gun Nation Team building the Pro Series matches, the Regional Series Matches and a Club series match locally at The United States Shooting Academy in Tulsa, Ok. I love what I do and the people I get to interact with daily. Gun enthusiasts are truly the best people you can ever spend a day with.
Many young girls and women have body shaming issues that cause them to great harm to their body in an attempt to fit into society's image of "beauty." The beauty industry, including pastic surgery, is a trillion dollar business that creates images of that promotes a false illusion of beauty leading women to believe that by focusing on the outward appearance, they will become more popular, happier, and accepted.
In the home, are we speaking words of love to our young girls and women or are we promoting the same negativity? Beauty can only be defined by self-love and every woman defines beauty in her own image. Join us tonight as we discuss this issue of "Body Shaming" and how to keep our youjng girls away from it and hel out women to heal from it. Join us in the chat room or call in live to share your story with us!