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Tune in Today at 6:30 PM Eastern Standard Time call in (347) 826-7348 on August 24, 2012 Emmy Nominated News Anchor//Reporter Patricia Hunte, will be joined by NCWCC Chicago Co- Producer Rev. Dr. Tasha Brown and Executive Producer Kareema Ali . They will interview Chicago Community Activist Carolyn Champion. Chicago today surpasses New York City and Los Angeles as the Murder Capitol of the U.S. The murder rate of Chicago is now 60% over this time last year. Carolyn Champion became a victim of that crime when her 21 year old son Cortez was gunned down in November of last year. She has since turned her grief into activism by helping women who are ex-offenders. The arrest rate of WOMEN in Chicago is now up by 92 percent since 1990. Carolyn Champion founded an organization called S.A.V.E.D, Sisters Achieving Victory, Empowerment and Dominion. She's giving former female prisoners a second chance at living a normal life. And she's making significant headway. Join the discussion by calling in live at 6:30 PM EST OR 5:30 Central Standard time. Call in at (347) 826-7348 or click on the following link http://www.blogtalkradio.com/NCWCCChicagotalkradio.comncwcc--inc.
Tune in at 6:30pm Eastern Standard Time on August 10, 2012. Emmy Nominated News Anchor/Reporter Patricia Hunte, NCWCC Chicago Co Executive Producer Rev. Dr. Tasha Brown and Kareema Ali will interview Gang Advocate Clemmie Greenlee of Nashville Peacemakers of Nashville, Tennessee and Dorothy Johnson Speight , Founder and president of Mothers in Charge of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Atlantic City, New Jersey, Brooklyn, New York, Wilmington, Delaware and Los Angeles, California. Those are all the cities where Mothers in Charge are working with mothers who have lost their sons to violence.
Clemmie Greenlee and Dorothy Johnson both lost their sons to violence. Their deaths pressed them into action creating Nashville Peacemakers and Mothers over Murder or MOMS and Mothers in Charge. These two ladies are making a dent in eradicating the Self Genocide that's occurring in Black families all over the country. The have concrete ideas of how all of us can, and should get involved.
They're supporting mothers who have lost their sons and daughters to violence and they say there's not enough outrage over what's happening in our communities. Join the discussion by calling in live at 6:30 EST or 5:30 CST. Call in to speak with the host (347) 826-7348.
"I can do nothing on my own...because I seek to do not my own will but the will of him who sent me." John 5:30
Tune in at 6:30 Eastern Standard Time...August 3, 2012 ... Join Emmy Nominated News Anchor/Reporter Patricia Hunte and Co Executive Producer Dr. Tasha Brown of NCWCC Chicago who will interview Youth Advocate Clemmie Greenlee, CEO of Nashville Peacemakers in Nashville, TN. Clemmie's story was featured in USA TODAY National Newspaper "From the Streets Rises an Angel." NCWCC is committed to changing lives and creating a voice. For the second week in a row we lift awareness to the self Genocide going on in numerous American cities including Chicago, Atlanta, California, Nashville. The list of cities is long. Clemmie Greenlee is making a valiarnt effort to end the violence, to end Self Genocide Greenlee started by transforming her own life from of 28 years of crime, drug addiction and prostitution to become an advocate for the homeless, the addicted, the mentally ill and ex-cons who want to get their life back on track. Greenlee shares the tactics she used to get rival gang members to work together peacefully to earn money legally. She trained them to become non-violent. She's working with mothers who have lost children to crime. Her story is an example of how the ordinary person can make a difference in our crime filled communities. NCWCC Chicago Rev Dr. Tasha Brown lifts awareness to the Self Genocide in underserved communities. Gang violence is on the raise in throughout the country. NCWCC Chicago will feature a series of extraordinary groups and programs that transform lives . Teaching thru the support of youth ministers and exploring faith .
Tune in today a 5:30 pm eastern standard time call in 347-826-7348
NCWCC Chicago Executive Vice President Rev Dr. Tasha Brown lifts awareness to the Self Genocide in underserved communities. Gang violence is on the raise in throughout the country. NCWCC Chicago will feature a series of extraordinary groups , people and programs that transform lives . Teaching thru the support of youth ministers, NCWCC Green Techno and exploring faith .
Today we our guest is Deronta Williams a young upcoming Producer, Film Director and new WYZE 1480 Gospel radio show host in Atlanta GA.
Mr. Williams(32) relentless effort and trust in God's word that if you lift me up I will draw all men to me.. Gospel Rap Artist are not featured in today's music young men and women are turning to the church everyday but without 21st century involvement they go back to the streets. Mr. Williams believes giving a platform for these young people will eridicate the violence and gang activities. Ending Self Genocide and Ending Violence by teaching character educations through music and exploring faith will bring youth to the forefront states Rev. Dr. Tasha Brown
Mr. Williams is apart of several projects "WHEN A GOOD IDEA GOES BAD" is a cutting-edge stage adaptation of the biblical story of one of the first known love trysts to man;the story of Abraham, Sarah and Hagar from the book of Genesis.
Also Churches on Demand a flip series like MTV Cribs that features churches and pastors across the country small or large in the efforts to serve the community .
TUNE INTO A CALL July 13, 2012 (347)826-7348 at 6:30 PM EASTERN STANDARD TIME NCWCC CHICAGO TALK RADIO click on the following http://www.blogtalkradio.com/ncwccchicago Hosted by Patricia Hunte, an Emmy Nominated TV News Anchor/News Reporter. Join her for an EXCLUSIVE interview with Rev. Dr. Tasha Brown, the Executive V.P. of NCWCC Chicago and Co-Executive Producer of NCWCC Chicago Talk Radio.
Dr Brown's passion to help men and women of God be the best they can be has led her to join the NCWCC to broaden her passion globaly in ministries, Generating Real Economic Equity Now
She believes it's God's Divine Order we build back Green communities. She invites the faith-based ministries' conscientious and competent servants to help reduce the carbon footprint in homes, churches, and communities. She organized Women's Leadership Network, Inc. in July 2009. In 2011 she received a Doctorate of Ministry in Pastoral and Spiritual Care from McCormick Theological Seminary. Dr. Brown is motivated by the (Samaritan) woman at the well. The woman's life was transformed by her encounter with Jesus. She believes you liberate a woman a whole community will be liberated. In 2010 she was diagnosed with Stage One breast cancer and believes that if she had waited to get screened at age 40 she would not be here today. She's the wife of Excell Brown, Jr. and the mother of two. She has a budding Construction Company, TASHA BROWN CONSTRUCTION GROUP.
"I can do nothing on my own...because I seek to do not my own will but the will of him who sent me." John 5:30
Tune in today at 5:30pm eastern standard time dial in to 347-826-7348 for NCWCC Chicago Talk Radio where co-Executive Producer, Rev. Dr. Tasha Brown, will continue to identify uniquie Women of Color in Green Technology, Green Contracting or Green Construction. Today's guest will be a woman of Chicago who is changing lives. This will be a special interview with pioneer and innovator Charlene Marsh, Vice President of Notre Dame Affordable Housing, Inc. (NDAHI.) Ms. Marsh is a founder of NDAHI, a housing development guru, IT professional, and marketing profession. Her group, NDAHI, provides supportive services for Veterans to become a asset and not a liablibilty in Chicago. Ms. Marsha's organization's purpose, mission and passion is to eliminate Veteran homelessness in Chicago. It is Ms. Marsh's desire to create a housing model for our future women veterans, leaders and enterprenuers. Please join the discussion with Kareema Ali, Host of NCWCC Digital Online Broadcast Network for NCWCC Chicago.
NCWCC Digital Online Radio Broadcast Network have reported and broadcast news forums since 2008 . The contracting industry only talk show produced ,directed for women of color in construction and contracting . We cover WOSB news, from Washington to Atlanta , legislation changes new projects leads, politics and our community leaders. A Voice of the Next Generation . Yes,NCWCC Chicago is changing the face of Contracting . Get all the juicy details about it by clicking on the following link http://www.blogtalkradio.com/48953.
Tune in Today at 5:30 as NCWCC Chicago launches it first radio show under the new Executive Tasha Brown of the NCWCC Inc. Vice President of Mass Communication ,Govermental Affairs and Community Faith Based Relations Radio Host Kareema Ali interviews as Mike Denby of CEO Denby Energy a NCWCC Bay Network Partner as he discusses how Energy Efficiency can create Eco-Friendly enviroment , Economic Development and Green Technology Workforce for the future .
The underserve communites becoming stakeholders to Generate Real Economic Equity Now . This social strategic partnership will refine and develop our community to be conscientious and competent servants in helping reduce the carbon footprint on existing homes, businesses and communities. Future plans in bring a the Green ECO Institute to Chicago will create careers in the emerging green economy using global products, services and system application that provide environment, energy and economic benefits for undeserved youth, homeless veterans , ex-offenders ,women of color and small businesses .
Tune in Today at 4:30 PM Eastern Standard Time. Call in (347)826-7348 on October 17, 2012 when Emmy Nominated News Anchor Reporter Patricia Hunte and Executive Producer Kareema Ali will dissect the latest Presidential Dabate. Our Guest Senator Bob Boyer of Oregon will examine what made the difference this time around for Barack Obama and why Political Pundits say he won the Debate with Republican Challenger Mit Romney. The Debate's been described as a Gladiator's fight. NCWCC Chicago Talk Radio will carry the election points with national experts.
Tune in at 6:30 eastern standard time ....July 27, 2012 Join Emmy Nominated Patricia Hunte News reporter and Co Executive Producer Rev Dr. Tasha Brown with a exclusive interview Clemmie Greenlee CEO of Nashville Peacemaker in Nashville TN .a advocate in ending violence . Clemmie story was in featured USA Today “From the streets rises an angel” .
NCWCC Chicago is committed to changing lives and creating a voice . Today we lift awareness to the Self Genocide in underserved communities. Gang violence is on the raise in Chicago. Atlanta , California ,Nashville and throughout the country. NCWCC Chicago will feature a series of extraordinary groups, people and programs that transform lives . Ending the Violence and Ending Self Genocide….
Greenlee transformed herself into an advocate for the homeless, the addicted, the mentally ill and ex-cons who want to get on the right track. Along with brother Lonnie, 50, she runs a small group called Galaxy Star Drug Awareness that talks with kids and adults about the pitfalls of HIV, drugs and violence. "We just hit the community one-on-one, hang out on the block with them, talk with them," she says.
Greenlee's 29-year-old son, Roderiquez, was standing on a street corner in 2003 when a rival gang member shot him in the neck, killing him instantly.
"That fast lifestyle won him over just like it won me over," Greenlee says. "I didn't show him (another) choice."
She knows what it's like to have blood on her hands. She's tasted drugs. She's trolled for johns. She's slept in abandoned houses.
That life ended a decade ago. Now, the diminutive yet boisterous 49-year-old patrols Nashville's roughest neighborhoods to keep others off that same path.
Tune in Today at 4:30 PM Eastern Standard Time. Call in (347) 826-7348 OF for an interview on Expectations for Education in America under a possible Mit Romney/Paul Ryan Presidency. Emmy Nominated News Anchor/Reporter Patricia Hunte and Executive Producer Kareema Ali will interview Lisa Maatz of the AAUW, that's the American Association of University Women. Maatz is Director of Public Policy and Government Relations for the AAUW. She advised both the Republican and Democratic Parties on the formation of their Party Platforms. She's a widely respected National Authority on Women's Issues.
Tune in today at 6:30pm eastern standard time and 5:30pm central standard time call in 347-826-7348 join Executive Producer Kareema Ali as she speaks to Deronta Williams and Demarcus Dickson Youth Minister Word Alive Ministers we discuss the solutions of solving the violence that has plagued our communities throughout the country. We have a solution to stop the rampant and neglected disease of violence within the community Spreading GOD'S word through 21st century entertainment. Young men and women providing a outlets and platforms for a new revived community that spread the word ..of God .
The God Movement address issue of violence through our national partnership with other anti-violence programs. The violence has become a health issue it is imperative to fight against self-destructive conditions in under served communities. The God Movement Talk Radio allows Gospel Hip Hop artist a platform for their music . We provide economic empowerment for the young people of God through entertainment , stage plays , movies and forums. We are organizing seminars, workshops, spiritual, and cultural empowerment programs.
"WHERE THERE'S DEWILL THERE IS A WAY"
Mothers in Charge In Chicago to provide support services for families of victims and offenders
The pain and sadness caused by Chicago's chronic gun violence have led the founder of a national anti-violence movement to establish a group chapter in the city. "There's such a need," said Dorothy Johnson-Speight, founder of Mothers in Charge, which offers grief counseling to relatives of people killed by guns as well as violence prevention education.
National Conference on Violence Prevention/Behavioral Health on May 6-9th, 2013 at the Sheraton Hotel.
“Something powerful is shifting in our national dialogue about gun violence and behavioral health. In our grief, we are that much more determined to make a change here in Philadelphia by stopping senseless violence and supporting the victim’s families in the wake of such violence.”
The community will also gather for a 10th Anniversary Commencement of Peace Gala. Learn more about Mothers in Charge, including founder Dorothy Johnson-Speight‘s recent visit to the White House — at their brilliant new web site: mothersincharge.org
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