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Nurturing Our Roots Fine Arts Gallery is coming soon to Amite, Louisiana this September 30th. Nurturing Our Roots Fine Arts Gallery mission is to serve Tangipahoa & St. Helena, Parish, Louisiana by providing, educational fine arts programs, creative works, activities, exhibition, literary, visuals, and performing arts. Joining us with live music entertainment is Cellist, Vocalist and Lyricist, Monica McIntrye.
Please join host Antoinette Harrell and co-host Okpara Nosakhere for educational discussion on the arts.
Nurturing Our Roots Blog Talk Radio and Television Program is committed to supporting our youth. Each month we will feature a young person who are doing great things in our communities, their schools, churches and other organizations. Please join my special guest, Michael Batiste a senior at St. Augustine High School in New Orleans, La. Michael is planning to attend KCAI to help him achieve his goals in Graphic Designing and Print. Michael is currently attending (NOCCA) New Orleans Center for Creative Arts. The second half hour, Antoinette and her guest will discuss lynchings in the state of Mississippi. Please join the host and her guests Sheilla Ross & Charles Quinn Muhammad as they discuss the lynchings of their love ones. Also joining in on this discussion is Bro. Muhammad Yassin Abullah, organizer of " One Million Strong to Stop Legalized Lynching".
Many people from every ethic background can share great stories about their grandfathers. Our grandfathers provided for their families, they purchased their own land, they grew their own food, they built their own homes, and many of them were self-employed-- although many had little or no former education according to the U.S. Census from 1870 to 1940.
Those men took care of the community. They had skills that were passed down from generation to generation. Have we studied the history and the journeys of our grandfathers? What can we learn from the valuable lessons they taught us? Have we abandoned some valuable lessons they taught? Have we lost our inhertiance?
Join host Antoinette Harrell for this upcoming discussion?
From the newly freed slaves of 1863 to today's black farmers and landowners, African Americans have fought to acquire and maintain land. They have encountered crippling obstacles along the way. In 1910, nearly one million black landowners in the United States owned a total of 15 million acres. By 1969, they held only 6 millions acres. In 1920, blacks owned 14% of the nations' farms. Today, there are less than 18,000 black farmers, representing less than 1% of all farms according to the NAACP National Voter Empowerment Program Office. http://www.NAACP.org
Where are we today? Are we losing our land due to Taxes, Mortgages, Heir Property, Loans, Swindles, Lack of Education, Predatory Lending? Please join Host and Genealogist Antoinette Harrell for this upcoming discussion.
Simple acts of gratitude on daily basis has power to change your life. Beatrice Ndura will enhance your understanding on this topic: Listen live at: 7pm Germany Time, 1pm ET, 11am MT, 12pm CT, 10am PT - http://radio.mkenyaujerumani.de
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In the movie the "Matrix", the characters contemplate their sense of reality and the definition of what seems real?
I your host Joy, will contemplate the nature of the Holographic Universe?
Do we have the power to recreate our reality as we see fit?
Listen in on this Day of Mercurial Wednesday with Joy in the Mornings here on Christian Sage Radio.
You can listen in while we are live on air on your phone: 718-305-6322 or click on and listen 24/7/365 : Redevelopment of our communities is a means used by the wealthy Billionaires to uproot a community and bring in new residents. Harlem is an example of this kind of change,and now those who grew up in Harlem would not recognize or appreciate teh changes. This same thing happened in the Accidental Flooding of New Orleans. We blame Katrina, but it really was a flood caused by a faulty dike. Established residents were uprooted and sent to cities and states far away, so that they could not return, after redevelopment took place.
Today we are thinking of our nation’s Thanksgiving holiday and Debi Dutton and Elissa Sungar, the mother-daughter co-founders of If Not You Who.org, give some tips on how to teach a child to be thankful. Children that are thankful have more positive attitudes toward school and family. They also feel more of a connection with friends, family and school. Being grateful makes people happier, improves health and reduces stress. How wonderful that Productive Play shares ways to instill the character trait of thankfulness into our little one’s lives.
Join us live at 1pmET or anytime in archive here on WoMRadio - the show for mompreneurs, the new business woman.
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When we launched Travel Talk back in July, our goal was to provide fellow travel-preneurs with resources to help promote tourism and their business. The support, feedback and partnership between our listeners and guests has left us with a deep sense of humility and gratitude.
This week the co-hosts will share some of their favorite moments with past guests.
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Michael Goldberg, @SuperRecruiter, Director of Talent Acquisition at the American Heart Association drops by at DriveThruHR to share his experience kicking off Diversity Hiring at the American Heart Association.
“From failure we learn. From failures, successes are born.” We don't speak of failure very often at work or on social media but it is from failure that learning and innovation arise. We’ve all made a bad choice or decision in our careers that didn’t turn out as we had planned, but we have all learned and grown from that experience. Daily on DriveThruHR, we explore the themes of failure, learning and success. Join us and our guests as we share these stories of failure that turns into learning and professional growth every day at 12:00 pm Central Time. The radio program is hosted by @williamtincup, @Thehrbuddy @TheOneCrystal & @MikeVanDervort.. The #1 HR show, with amazing HR conversations and follow us on the twitters at @drivethruhr and #dthr
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