• 00:33

    The First Word

    in Social Networking

    The First Word is a Mens Ministry that deals with getting men back to the altar of God.  Where the can learn how to take up their role of Leadership in their Churches, Homes and Communities. 

  • 01:04

    Climate Action with Russell Greene

    in Politics Progressive

    Russell's guests are Rev. Lennox Yearwood and RL Miller.


    Rev. Lennox Yearwood Jr., President and CEO of the Hip Hop Caucus, is a minister, community activist and one of the most influential people in Hip Hop political life. He works tirelessly to encourage the Hip Hop generation to utilize its political and social voice.


    In 2010 he was named one of the 100 most powerful African Americans by Ebony Magazine, and one of the 10 Game Changers in the Green movement by the Huffington Post. In 2008, Rev Yearwood created the Hip Hop Caucus’ “Respect My Vote!” campaign with celebrity spokespeople T.I. and Keyshia Cole, which turned out record numbers of young people on Election Day.


    RL Miller blogs on climate; founded SuperPAC Climate Hawks Vote to elect - and hold accountable - politicians who prioritize the climate challenge; is elected chair of California Democratic Party’s Environmental Caucus; and practices law and keeps chickens. Climate Hawks Vote hatched in June 2014, made 17 endorsements in primaries and general election races in 2014, and won at least 10 - a very positive record made possible through its emphasis on fieldwork rather than big-spending ads. 


     

  • 00:16

    A Sports Talk

    in Music

    Real Soul Music Talk Radio presents a talk about the upcoming game and whats really going on behind the scenes.  Host Dj JanoG gives perspective on the matter and we hope you listen in.  Please join the movement and we do not judge anyone. 

  • 01:01

    Challenging the movement to think outside the box: Interview with James Jordan

    in Psychology

    “Challenging the movement to think outside the box,” a LIVE interview with nutrition and natural health advocate, James Jordan, CNC, JD.


    How can the Mad Pride (or psych rights) movement benefit from a new, holistic, more health-conscious perspective which emphasizes more natural solutions in response to emotional trauma and depression? Many supporters of psychiatric rights are already leading the way in the effort to include nutrition, meditation/prayer and communing with nature as important elements of a better way. Whether they are looking to avoid devastating depression or recovering from the abuses of a system that relies too much on drugs, many people are finding great results through natural healing modalities. Is it possible to even leave powerful psych drugs out of the equation entirely? After hearing Oregon-based nutrition advisor James Jordan, we think you’ll find his reasoning sound and his hope contagious!


    James Jordan, CNC, is among Southern Oregon’s most respected and experienced nutritional consultants and has just released a new book, “Your Health Is In Your Hands: The Three Reasons You’re Not Well and What to Do About It.”


    Tune in Saturday, January 24th (11:30am PST/2:30pm EST) to MindFreedom International's special edition, hosted by Board President, Celia Brown. Celia will welcome James to talk about his new book, “Your Health Is In Your Hands,” and his unique perspectives on health and protecting yourself from the stresses of life in a polluted, alienating society with little support or community.

  • 01:36

    Mars Vs. Venus (Adult TAPI Stew)....What Would You Do?

    in Culture

    We are answering live comments and questions from out Twitter and Blogtalk/FaceBook pages...


    Knowing how raw we get during this UNCENSORED period, it will be as interesting as the rest...


    And, yes, the always-honest, always-direct, no-holds-barred hosts Mz Kilz and GhostHost#8 will be on tap...
     

  • 02:33

    "NU Day Resurrection and Liberation"

    in Politics Progressive

    Tonight: Sat. January 24, 2015 on "NU Day"


    Another Black man is murdered by cops (in NJ) and now with the video being released that provides greater clarity questions are surely warranted as it prtains to why they were stopped in the first place and was the actions of the police officers premeditated.


    Also: An update on the Ramsey Orta trial and the next steps in the "Justice for Eric Gardner" campaign 


    AND: Why is the murder of Black women and girls paticularly, by law enforcement people, given so little attention, concern, or national response?  Hear our analysis and why we will now move forward with the "BLACK WOMEN LIVES MATTER TOO" Campaign 


    On the "LIVE LINE": Bro. Mike Greys

  • 01:01

    Desiree Lee speaks to Panama City... Take 10 mins. & THINK... STOP THE VIOLENCE!

    in Women

    Desiree Lee an Inspirational Speaker, Best Selling Author, & yes Convicted Felon joins us to speak to the youth, teens, & young adults of Panama City, Florida! She spent 4 years in Prison after graduating from High School with a 3.8 GPA. However, she has turned her story into a movement that is impacting the Country! Her Prison Prevention Program is literally savng lives by helping the youth of today stop and think about each desicion they make. There is hope, it's NOT over for Desiree and it's not over for Bay County... Panama City, Florida!  

  • 02:09

    Join HEALing THrough Hurt for "CHATBOX LIVE" & SIN EATER SATURDAY

    in Women

    Welcome to our first CHATBOX live and SIN EATER Saturday for 2015 Time to talk it out then throw it out.  Too many people are walking around with mokeys on their backs and chips on their shoulders.  Others are just out there in la la land.  Call in and get whatever topic you like off of your spirit and chest.  Trust me when we talk it out we can walk it out then throw it out! Join Host C. Maria Wall aka the Realist for this in your face chat session. 

  • 03:00

    BEAT BREAK 87 SATURDAY NIGHT PROGRAM LINE UP (T.G.I.S.) 1/24/15

    in Music

    BEAT BREAK 87 SATURDAY NIGHT PROGRAM LINE UP (T.G.I.S.) 1/24/15


    Beat Break 87 FM & beatbreakradiofm.com presents T.G.I.S. (Thank Goodness It's Saturday) Program Line Up. Beat Break 87 has partnered up with Home Team Radio to simulcast three of your favorite Beat Break programming starting with The Beat Break AM Show, followed by The Dee Hill Radio Show, and Ridin Durty Radio Dirty Dozen. The Beat Break AM Show is a comedy & music based program hosted by Sean Garvey & DJ Rollem. The Dee Hill Radio Show with Dee Hill is a public after program that centers around community & social issues along with a variety of commentors from all walks of life. Lastly, Vic XL brings you the hottest top 12 independent artists around the country making the music countdown on Ridin Durty Radio Dirty Dozen. Beat Break 87 FM is presented by Dark Knight Entertainment, Positive Arts Movement, & P&J Tax Professionals. 


     

  • 02:17

    RAP GODS (G-SERIES)

    in Hip Hop Music

    dmitting that the crew was using PCP through the night, Rae remembered ODB amping everyone up with a pushup contest.


    "That brother right there is just amazing within himself," Raekwon said of ODB. "One story we had was we all was—even when we was on the road we was still fucking around, smoking dust and all that shit. Some dudes still had habits that was just habits 'cause we was associated with that kind of crowd of niggas. Like I said, for every Wu-Tang member, he has his own entourage. That's why we was always so deep. You got nine brothers, you may know ten dudes and you may know eight and you know six, you may be with the normal three that you with, he come with 12. That's 60 niggas right there. So everybody had their audience of dudes they ran with. At that time we was around RZA's crew of dudes. These niggas was just hooded out, whatever whatever.


    "One night we was all in the room smoking dust just, 'Boom, boom, boom,'" he continued. "Dust is like that embalming fluid. So we in there blowing. Why me, Dirty, RZA, a couple other brothers from the hood, I think we wound up doing like 900 pushups that day, apiece. We all was just getting on the floor getting it in. Some niggas was at like 1,200. We smoking dust, amped up, like, 'Yeah, yeah, c'mon!' I think Dirty did about like 1,100 that night. I did about 950. Mind you, I never did that many pushups in my life. I did so many pushups that Goddamn day that I wasn't even dusted no more. I wiped that shit right out my body...That was some shit. Dirty, he was an amazing individual. That's one of the memories I can remember 'cause he was the one that was definitely amping everybody up."

  • 02:00

    African Americans and the Anti Nuclear Movement

    in History

    Vincent Intondi, Associate Professor of History and founder of the Center for Black Studies at Montgomery College and Director of Research at the Nuclear Studies Institute of the American University in DC will talk about his book African Americans Against the Bomb:Nuclear Weapons, Colonialism and the Black Freedom Movement.

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