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Tonight: Sat. July 12, 2014 on "NU DAY"
IT'S A NU DAY and It's Nation Time & MA'AT Time.
For those who are serious about Real Freedom & Justice it is now "Our Time" and Turn! Check us out Tonight: 7/12/2014 on "NU Day" at 10:30 pm edt and Join in for some more powerful dialogue, information, and energies for Self-Determination & Liberation. Remember, MWM is "On The Move". Tonight's Topics include: The rape of 16 year old Jada in Texas and more on "POLICE EXCESSIVE FORCE & BLACK WOMEN" And: Detroit: A model for the future in corporate takeover & land reassignment. ALSO: The "Queen Mother Moore" Weekend is coming. On the "Live Line" CHAIRMAN FRED HAMPTON JR. with a Special Report on the murder of pregnant sister in Chi Town (Chicago)
Tonight: Sat. June 14, 2014 on "NU Day"
June is Black Music Month: Join us for a candid dialog on music today and its impact on our People and an examination of the entertainment industry. AND: Black Male/Female Relations: What we must do to improve this and why we must not let others be involved in this process. Joining us on the "LIVE LINE" for this dialog is Dr. Maurice Henderson, Director of the Black Family Week (Black Male/Female Relationship Forum-Philly) and the National Black Writers Tour.
ALSO: Political Prsioners update and more...
Jeff Douvel/ Geoff Shiflet Douvel-Like many usages of a cowboy hat the early days of the western frontier, the same can be said for establishing the name into a brand.
Jeff Douvel, (with a (J) has spent more than thirty (30) plus years re-inventing and developing the name, so that when heard, seen, or inquired about, is thought of as “Effective, Result oriented Consultative. A Marketing professional that provides intelligent and informative information that will allow you to make your own informed choices.
Working under the mentorship of “Lu Vason Presents” for over 28 years as one the local coordinators of the “Bill Pickett Invitational Rodeo’s “The Nations Only Touring Black Rodeo and the “Greatest Show on Dirt” I have had the opportunity and continue to be an official spokesperson for the brand,
Work closely with the producer in an effort to coordinate all rodeo operations and activities. Serve as a representative of the BPIR as well as a liaison between all segments of the community and company
FEATURED ON THIS EPISODE:
MARTIN LEE—DIRECTOR OF PROJECT CBD/ AUTHOR OF THE BOOK “SMOKE SIGNALS—A SOCIAL HISTORY OF MARIJUANA: MEDICAL, RECREATIONAL AND SCIENTIFIC”
VICTORIA RUDMAN—CEO OF INTELLIGENT LIVING, INC./SOCIAL420.COM
ROGER ROFFMAN—MARIJUANA ACTIVIST/PROFESSOR EMERITUS OF SOCIAL WORK AT THE UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON
TOM QUIGLEY—HEAD OF THE FLORIDA CANNABIS COALITION
The nations's first unbiased news program to educate and inform the country about the latest happenings surrounding the medical and recreational marijuana movements.
Featured on this show:
GRETA CARTER--FORMER VICE PRESIDENT OF CITIBANK AND FOUNDER-CHAIRMAN OF THE CANNABIS TRAINING INSTITUTE
RICK DOBBLIN--PTSD EXPERT AND PRESIDENT AND FOUNDER OF THE MULTIDISCIPLINARY ASSOCIATION FOR PSYCHEDELIC STUDIES
CHERYL SHUMAN--NEWLY APPOINTED EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR OF MOMS FOR MARIJUANA, FOUNDER OF THE BEVERLY HILLS CANNABIS CLUB AND P-R/MARKETING GURU
SEGMENT 3—CHERYL SHUMAN—CANCER RESEARCH/MARKETING/CELEBRITIES AND MJ
Damon Mason, better recognized as Kwame is a producer/writer/director and has been working in the Canadian entertainment industry since 1996. He started out as the host of an entertainment magazine style show called PHAT TV that aired on CFMT (what's this?) channel 4. In 1999 Kwame was offered the opportunity to work for a newly started ROGERS MEDIA radio station in Toronto called KISS 92.5, and in 2001 Toronto’s first URBAN radio station FLOW 935 was set to launch, Kwame took this opportunity and became a weekend announcer and eventually went on to work for the morning show and became the Saturday night live-to-air announcer. Opportunity again knocked on his door when ROGERS MEDIA started up a new station in Calgary Alberta called KISS 969. Kwame traveled to a new market to further brand himself across Canada. In the stations first BBM report Kwame was the number one announcer in the stations demo of 18 to 34 male and female. A year later Kwame was asked to help launch a new TOP 40 radio station in Kitchener Ontario. With his experience launching stations, CHUM radio called on him again to help launch 917 in Edmonton where in the first year he co-hosted the funny and entertaining radio show SUMMER LOVING with ex NHL tuff guy GEORGES LARAQUE. Kwame is now the executive producer and director of a documentary called Soul On Ice about the birthplace of the Colored Hockey League and its upstanding role models, and organizational talent never seen in Black sport.
I discuss my abhorrence of white peoples' insensitivity on racial issues. I also criticize society's push to make men less expressive of their emotions. It is not feminine to be emotional. It is human. A man should not be ashamed to sit back and cry as a result of his affliction. Only when a person sits back and reflects, and acknowledges to himself the true depth of the horror that has been perpetrated on him can he pick up the pieces and go take revenge on his oppressor.
Liberation is a philosophical concept of relieving oneself of negative energy that's built up. This release is done through healthy cleansing channels. It is unhealthy to go year after year holding grudges, walking around with all of that baggage. The only way to liberation is by punishing the people who have wronged you, both individuals and groups. To liberate oneself of the weight of grudges, one must punish those who have violated him. Then and only then will he find inner peace.
We discuss the defection of Derek Black and of Lynx and Lamb Gaede. These tragedies contain lessons the movement can learn. April Gaede's heroism is also discussed.
I bring to attention the need for white racial soldiers.
Tonight on "NU Day" Sat. May 17, 2014
More on African Liberation Day and our Tribute Malcolm X and Malcolm Latif Shabazz. ALSO: Developing Black Nationalism and Pan Africanism in the 21st Century AND: Marissa Alexander and "Bring The Girls Home" updates. Tonight's "On The LIVE LINE" Guest is Bro David form the Philly AAPRP, who will give us a report on the upcoming Africa Liberation Day (May 24m 2014) observance and more.
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Alan Swyer has been writer, director, and/or producer for film, television music videos, and commercials ranging from HBO’s much-honored “Rebound” with Don Cheadle, Forrest Whitaker, and James Earl Jones to “The Buddy Holly Story;” and “Alfred Hitchcock Presents.
Alex Ramos is a former middleweight boxer from the 1980s. A native of Manhattan, New York, whose parents were from Puerto Rico, Ramos won four Golden Gloves titles in New York City in the late 1970s (1977–1980) and was on the USA Boxing team from 1978–80. Ramos was nicknamed "The Bronx Bomber", after Joe Louis, whose nickname was "The Brown Bomber".
Tonight: Sun May 11, 2014 A Special Edition of "NU Day" Tonight's Program Theme is: "African Liberation Day 2014 - African Must Unite": "Smash Neo-Colonialist Intelligentsia: the True Face of the Counter Revolution!" AND How To Further Develop Pan Africanist Theory and Applications for Greater Victories
Panelist Include: Mwalimu Keita from the All African People's Revolutionary Party (GC)
Haki Kimaathi Muchoki - Awareness Awareness Association (AAAI)
Erzili Danto -from the Haiti Lawyers Network
Obi Egbuna - Writer & Reporter for the Zimbabwe Harold Newspaper,
Paul Pumphrey - from the Friends of the Congo
Herman Wainggai - of the West Papua New Guinea/WPNA
Lee Robinson- Host of "Africa On The Move"
S. Denice Newton hosts three heroes in the fight against cancer: Tommy Johnson Sr., Milliea Taylor McKinney, Owner of Conscious Music Entertainment, and Brenda Jones, Founder of Hug Wraps.
A bout with cancer led Brenda Jones to create Hug Wraps, warm kimono-style robes suitable for cancer patients to wear to treatment.
Milliea Taylor McKinney is a hero in the fight against cancer. She continues to write and produce award-winning music while living beyond cancer.
Tommy Johnson Sr. is a 13 year plus cancer survivor after being told by his doctor that there was NO hope and ALL treatment was being stopped.