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LIVE! from Ferguson with Bro. Richard Muhammad, The Final Call: National March on Ferguson drew 10,000 marchers on the third Saturday after the shooting of Mike Brown. A major theme was "justice" according to Muhammad. Brown was an 18-year old black male who was unarmed.
POLITICAL ANIMALS-- THE BAY REPORTER-MALE PROSTITUTION--PEDOPHILE NEWS PAPER--NEW PROPAGANDIST IN THE FERGUSON MISSOURI Michael Brown DEATH CONTROVERSY
Travon Martin's homophobic verbal attack on George Zimmerman
1969 Black Youth in Saint Louis discovered to have the HIV Virus
FRAUDULENT CLAIMS---CALIFORNIA EARTHQUAKE DAMAGE CLAIMS--Who exposed this fraud\
FEMA 'S Warning to San Francisco
THE REST OF THE STORY---
upcoming Show--Rare interview with a descendant of one of the founders of the American Labor Union Movement
If your're coming to San Francisco What you should be aware of--
Nick’s interest in UFOs dates back to the late 1970s and stems from an incident that his father was involved in while serving on radar with the Royal Air Force in the 1950s. After leaving school in 1981, Nick joined a rock music and fashion magazine, Zero, and was trained in many areas of journalism, writing, magazine production, and photography. He began writing on the UFO subject in a freelance capacity in the mid 1980s.
Currently Nick writes for numerous magazines and journals, including Graham Birdsall’s best-selling news-stand publications UFO Magazine and The Unopened Files. He has also written for Military Illustrated; X-Factor; Alien Encounters; the London Express newspaper; has his own news feature on UFOs, mysteries, the paranormal and conspiracy theories that is published in four British newspapers; and has acted as a consultant to the London Daily Mail and People newspapers.
Nick Redfern writes a monthly column on UFOs for the website Destination Space. He also co-writes a bi-weekly column for the website UFO City. In addition, Nick has a monthly, 3-hour link-up with the Jeff Rense Sightings radio show in the USA to discuss the latest UFO news from the U.K.
He has appeared on a wide variety of television programmes in the U.K. and abroad and is in constant demand on the lecture circuit both in his home country and overseas. Nick’s books are available in the U.K., the USA, Canada, Australia, New Zealand and Poland and will shortly available in a number of other countries including Russia and Portugal.
Nick Redfern is also a member of the Majestic Documents investigative team.
Rex Bear Welcomes author Steve Jones.
Steve is Professor of Genetics at University College London and the president of the Galton Institute. He delivered the BBC Reith Lectures in 1991, appears frequently on radio and television and is a regular columnist for the Daily Telegraph.
He is also a television presenter and a prize-winning author on the subject of biology, especially evolution. He is one of the contemporary popular writers on evolution. In 1996 his writing won him the Royal Society Michael Faraday Prize "for his numerous, wide ranging contributions to the public understanding of science in areas such as human evolution and variation, race, sex, inherited disease and genetic manipulation through his many broadcasts on radio and television, his lectures, popular science books, and his regular science column in The Daily Telegraph and contributions to other newspaper media".
The climate of the Black Community beginning in Portland, to Chicago, to Ferguson, our youth and families are suffering. What is the cause? Can we do anything about the death surrounding us? Should the police be held accountable for their behavior?
Join us as we will hear from Richard Muhammad the Editor in Chief of the Final Call Newspaper, Robert Muhammad the Student Regional Minister from Houston, Student Minister Willie Muhammad from New Orleans and Bro Philip Muhammad from (LOTC). Special guest from Portland Teressa Raiford to provide the local facts about our Black community and the movements in Portland, Or.
This is a show YOU DO NOT WANT TO MISS!
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The Malliard Report hosted by Jim Malliard has joined Take 2 Radio as a special host to talk about all things paranormal and more! Listen to his shows every Saturday at 7pm EDT.
Louisa Oakley Green didn’t believe in psychic phenomena when she met her husband, Stephen. But more than twenty years later, her views have changed. This book chronicles her journey from skeptic to believer through more than 100 paranormal stories involving her husband, his family, and friends. Author of Loitering at the Gates of Eternity and Memoirs of a Psychic Bystander.
A scribe for several decades, her passion for the written word is evidenced in a career that has included working as a newspaper reporter, humor columnist, health magazine editor, public relations manager, advertising copywriter, medical writer, and finally, executive creative director of a digital advertising agency. These days, she earns her living as a freelance writer.
A graduate of the University of South Carolina School of Journalism, she has also studied biology, biochemistry, and anatomy in support of her medical writing. In addition, she spent two years learning how to draw up and interpret traditional astrology charts through the Faculty of Astrological Studies in London. Her work and interests maintain a curiosity-inspired balance between science and mysticism.
Well if you're looking (or listening) for one last hurrah before the summer officially ends and school and the fall season star, why not listen to Afronerd Radio's Grindhouse broadcast, airing this Saturday at 6pm EST? Join Daryll B., Capt. Kirk and Dburt as they borrow the keys to Fred's "Mystery Machine" in order to anaylze this week's latest conundrums: actor/comedian/rapper, Donald Glover appears to have gotten his Spiderman wish ; has Wesley Snipes really been confirmed to revisit the Blade franchise for a cool 3 mill plus?; and speaking of reboots, our thoughts on Fox rebooting The Greatest American Hero series; Dburt and Comics Alliance's Chris Sims are both asking about the skewed trajectory of one of DC's original characters, Cassandra Cain (Batgirl); Spike Lee has a new comic but the crew must ask what is the overall end game for celebrity created comic books?; and how cool is it that the Black Nerd Problems site has dubbed the Afropunk festival the new "Wakanda" (we can dig it); and lastly, what would the crew like to see character development-wise in mainstream Black comic characters (Falcon, Panther, Storm, Black Lightning, Cage,etc)? Call live at 646-915-9620.
And in a display of designated hitter status, airs at 7pm. The topics on the table are: cleaning up some of the issues we failed to address during the last show (i.e. the #iftheygunnedmedown campaign, Kevin Sorbo rant; Megyn Kelly vs Bill O'reilly on White privilege, Mo'ne Davis); is that a budding "afronerd" we see in a car seat viral video? (how exasperating!) ; 71 yr old bodybuilder, Sonny Bryant reminds Dburt that it's time for Operation:Rebirth and our thoughts on the N-word being used on the front page of an Egyptian newspaper.
Cheryl Wood - Movational Speaker and Business Coach 6:15pm
Cheryl Wood is a motivational speaker and business coach who possesses a deep-rooted passion for supporting the personal development and economic empowerment of women globally. Cheryl has impacted the lives of thousands of women through her life-changing principles of FEARLESS living. She is an award-winning entrepreneur, speaker, and author who specializes in equipping women to stretch their thinking, expand their expectations, and play bigger. Her message of empowerment has been spotlighted on Fox 5 News, News Channel 8, Radio One, WPGC, WHUR, My Spirit DC, Afro-American Newspaper, and more.
Eraina Tinnin - Owner & Creator of SistahsInSpirit 7:15pm
PASSIONATE, ENCOURAGING, EMPOWERING AND REAL are words that have been used to describe Eraina Tinnin.
Eraina lives by the motto “teach people how to treat you”. What you allow is what will be. Her greatest desire is to see women and young women living the life they desire and deserve and being an encouragement to those who are in need.
She finds joy in bringing women together and in an effort to dispel the myth that women have a hard time getting along; she created an online ministry called, SistahsInSpirit in 2003. It is a place for women to encourage, support and inspire one another. A place to share ups, downs and all the in-betweens.
Eraina recently founded Eraina Tinnin Unlimited, a company that will enable her to encourage, inspire and empower women and teens girls via writing, speaking and coaching.
Annette M. Johnson is an Educator, Historian, Researcher and Writer, and Community Advocate. Her education background includes a BA in Elementary Education from Martin University and Masters from Ball State University in Adult Community Education and Executive Development for Public Service. She obtained her Community Leadership Certification from Ivy Tech Community College also. Very involved in the political arena, Annette works closely in her community of Pike Township since she moved there close to fourteen years ago. She has always been willing and dedicated to serving those around her, which includes starting out as a Vice-Precinct Committee Person in Pike 42. Annette’s involvement in politics runs deep, as she is currently an Elected Official serving her 3rd four-year term on Pike Township’s Legislative Board. Annette is current Precinct Committee Person in Pike 34 and 35, President of Pike Township’s Democrat Club, State Delegate for the National Democrats, Secretary of Indiana Democrat Club. Along with working as a Clerk, Judge and pass Inspector on Election Day; Annette has served as an assistant campaign manager and township coordinator for various Elected Officials and Candidates including President Barack Obama.
Annette is a facilitator for Center for Leadership Development and The Restoring Excellence Project. She is also a staff writer for the local newspaper the Indiana Herald and Success Guide Indy, as well as a blog writer for the Indianapolis Recorder. She is a member of Friendship Missionary Baptist Church where she serves on the Scholarship Committee, Building Fund Committee, Sunday School Teacher, Usher, Community Garden Chair, Book Store volunteer and Board President of the Friendship Center for Excellence Youth Center. She is a member of the NAACP, Toastmasters Communicators, Concerned Clergy of Indianapolis, Indiana African American Genealogy Group...
"I have worked with investors for 60 years and I have yet to see anyone—not even when capital gains rates were 39.9 percent in 1976-77—shy away from a sensible investment because of the tax rate on the potential gain. People invest to make money, and potential taxes have never scared them off."In a 2011 newspaper op-ed Mr. Buffett WJ
African Americans consistently outpace the total market population in overall growth, smart phone ownership, television viewing and annual shopping trips according to the new study, “Resilient, Receptive and Relevant: The African-American Consumer 2013 Report,” a collaborative effort by the Nielsen Company in New York and the National Newspaper Publishers Association (NNPA), located in Northwest Washington, D.C.
Black buying power continues to increase, rising from its current $1 trillion level to a forecasted $1.3 trillion by 2017.
Despite the strong economic outlook, blacks continue to spend most of their money outside of the African-American community and, according to Nielsen and NNPA, advertisers have repeatedly slighted the black media, spending only three percent, or $2.24 billion, of the $75 billion spent with all media last year.
Each year, African Americans spend more than $47 billion on Lincoln automobiles, $3.7 billion on alcohol, $2.5 billion on Toyotas, $2 billion on athletic shoes, and $600 million each year on McDonald’s and other fast foods, according to Target Market News Inc., a Chicago-based marketing research group.
Haki Ammi is a best selling author, radio host, entrepreneur, community organizer, speaker, job and career coach, network marketer. A United States Navy veteran and currently a 9 year veteran serving as an EMT/FF in Baltimore City Fire Department. Business Marketing Major which experience having lead to starting and joined several network marketing companies from 1998 to present. Community organizing work consisting of culturally conscious raising, economic empowerment events. Haki Ammi work has been featured in Bmorenews.com, Baltimore Afro and the Baltimore Times Newspaper. Haki Ammi has hosted radio programs on www.harambeeradio.com and 1590 AM WURD in Baltimore. He has been on the Newsmaker Line for the Larry Young Morning Show on 1010 AM in Baltimore.
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