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Why do the perceived Dem front-runners for the POTUS nomination run such shitty campaigns? Join The Big Ideas crew as they talk history of Dem campaigns. With Brian Gilmore and Vee Fusilier. 1:30p EST The call in number is 347-857-1436.
In the meanwhile, check out Brian Gilmore's latest piece, "What Should Hilary Do Now?" on Medium.
Salim Abdul-Khaliq was born Ron Charles in Chicago, Illinois in 1954. He was born with a constant desire to read, write and study.
In 1974, while in the army, he was positively influenced by a muslim brother named John Sanders, now known as Yahya Abdul Ali-Karriem. He became a mentor to Ron. This mentoring led Ron to do further research and investigation into the faith of Islam and into Malcolm X.
As a young black man Islam gave Ron a profound understanding of God, self knowledge, and African American history. This led to his conversion to Islam in 1974 and later a name change.
The name change is significant and symbolic of a change of consciousness. He is now Salim Abdul-Khaliq. This name means Peaceful Servant of the Creator. In addition, he also gave his daughters Islamic names.
God has enabled Salim Abdul-Khaliq to devote himself full time to his teachings and community activism. He has now opened a bookstore in Chicago, Illinois. Salim opened the bookstore to impress upon African-American people the importance of learning about their great heritage through reading.
Salim's Top Best Sellers
*The Untold Story of Blacks in Islam
*The Shocking Truth in Slavery, Reparations and White Supremacy (Also available at Lulu.com)
*The Audio Talking Book of Black History
PHILOSOPHY & FAVORITE QUOTES
Salim Abdul-Khaliq can most often be heard saying:
"THE WRITTEN WORD IS MORE POWERFUL THAN A LOADED GUN!"
"YOU MUST EDUCATE TO LIBERATE!"
Tonight's show will Eric Willis who is the owner of Camp Cuff, the only Black owned and operated camp in the U.S.
What could Black people gain by learning camping and survival skills nowadays?
What could camping teach us in today's modern society?
How could caming come in handy today as oppsed to yesterday?
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Why are “bad boys” so attractive/addictive to some women? Why do women always fall for the bad boys and ignore the good guys is an ongoing debate. It’s a subject that has been discussed many times before the idea that all women at some point in their life are drawn to the infamous man that does not succumb to the rules in society. Join Soul Kitten, Taralyn, and Guest co-host Lisa Antoinette for an in-depth conversation about the many layers of the bad boy and the inevitable appeal to this type of charm.
PRODUCED BY: TARALYN & SOUL KITTEN
HOST: Taralyn & Soul Kitten
R. Kelly –Tempo Slow
DMX –Why Do Good Girls Like Bad Guys
Rihanna- Rock Star
Destiny’s Child –Soldier
Our next topic is one of the most important topics of the year. Growing up Some of us played Cops and Robbers. Inspiring to become a Police Officer is a dream for many kids still today. Anthony, personally went to College for Criminal Justice and passed the intial screening to become a Hazel Crest Police Officer. After really considering what all is involved when obtaining a career of an Police Officer Anthony decided to decline the Police Academy.
Being a Police Officer Today is probably the most difficult Career in our Current Society. With Smartphones, Social media and the increase technology the question keeps coming up about all Police Officers being required to have Cameras 24/7 to monitor their activities because of the many recent events involving Police Officers and what many consider unlawful acts.
Trent and myself need everyone to help us make this show one of the best of the year. Not for numbers or listeners but for resources and solutions to this ongoing problem. Tune in this Saturday at 11amCST on the "Your Energy Your World" Radio Show by calling 347-326-9139 broadcasting live from Flame Studios in Association with Vibration Radio, Taylor Kennedie Media and Your Radio Networks.
Bob Nkosha is a celebrated Comedian, writer director and actor, he is probably best known for his alter ego character of Dorika Ndaifulia SC but to place the focus entirely on his alter ego would be to miss one the sharpest comedic minds working today. Nkosha is a master of creating characters and conceptual bits in the place of traditional joke-telling. An avid dancer he often incorporates dance into his act, what may seem interesting is his ability to create material that is actually inventive, daring and often brilliant comedy for all ages and status corporate or non corporate in society. Bob Nkosha was born and raised in Kitwe, Copperbelt province. He performed his first stand-up gig at Kitwe Little Theatre. He will be on tour of the United States starting in Chicago and he's our featured guest to share his life story, future of comedy in Zambia.
Tune into Horror Society presents Flesh Wound Radio w/ Todd Loya and Daniel Schein, Thursday Feb. 11 at 9:00 pm eastern. On this pre Valentine's Day special we tackle Human Centipede star Ashley C. Williams in the gruesome revenge thriller Julia, as well as Monsterbuster Entertainment's new 80's style stop motion horror comedy Invasion Of The Undead. In addition we will break down Mystery Science Theater fave The Giant Spider Invasion, Lucio Fulci's Lizard In A woman's Skin, and it's Trick Or Treat gone bloody in Scream Factory's Hellions. All that plus a Days Of The Dead convention review and TV Terror Talk w/ a look ahead to this week's Walking Dead. Don't miss it Flesh Wound Freaks and be sure to also download us on itunes and stitcher.
Crossover appeal is a key to success in America's diverse society. Tonight we take a look at the phenomenal success of the Supremes, the iconic 1960's Motown group. They helped to shatter the racial barriers of their day thanks in large part to both raw talent coupled and the ability to take their soulful, R&B sound to a national audience. But success brought its own problems to the group, as it does to so many today. We take a look at the promise and pitfalls of the crossover phenomenon on today's political scene.
Dr. Joseph Kenneth Boettcher has his Doctoral Degree in New Thought Ministry and has worked diligently for years teaching astral projection students around the globe. At the group and individual level, he shares with those truly committed to higher learning within the spiritual paths of enlightenment. His focus remains on teaching the student to leave the body first, that they might receive their personal and unique experience of spiritual education. He seeks, at heart, to impart the understanding that within the astral state there is no mediator between the seeker and the experience of spiritual education.
Joseph was also one of the founding members of The Light Body Travelers Society, an international community of spiritual practitioners and astral travelers. Also, as a member of The International Order of the Gnostic Templars, Joseph is passionate and active in sharing the ancient mysteries of Gnosis and Goddess traditions. He continues to teach the forgotten mysteries at the individual level, as well as through intimate gatherings. His deeply felt philosophy that personal truth can only develop through personal experience and that by learning to astral project, this experience may commence, and self-illumination may begin, continúes to inspire and elevate consciousness within his circles.
film: Breakfast at Tiffany's
at: Paramount Theatre
1300 Ocean Avenue Asbury Park, NJ 07712
Box Office: 732.897.6500
The Asbury Park Film Initiative and Paramount Theatre are pleased to present "Breakfast at Tiffany’s," directed by Blake Edwards. Based on a book by Truman Capote, the classic movie stars Audrey Hepburn and George Peppard.
Holly Golightly is a young woman in New York City. She meets a young man when he moves into her apartment building. He is with an older woman who is very wealthy, but he wants to be a writer. She is working as an expensive escort and searching for a rich, older man to marry. Audrey Hepburn's portrayal of Holly Golightly as the naïve, eccentric café society girl is generally considered to be the actress's most memorable and identifiable role.
Join us the Friday before Valentine's Day for this free film. Doors open at 7 PM, and the movie begins at 8 PM.
Stick around after the show for a no-cover-charge after party at The Anchor's Bend immediately following the movie. See you there!
Event Details free
Friday, February 12 2016
1300 Ocean Avenue Asbury Park, NJ 07712
In episiode 2 of this four part series, Dr. Dixon discusse how unrealistic expectations on the part of society and more importantly a man's family sets up an environment for failure, depression, discouragment, dissppointment on the part of everyone,for the Black male in our society.
To order Dr. Dixon's book from AMAZON.com http://www.amazon.ca/Black-Issues-Spiritual-Social-Ills/dp/1432721895
Being a hippie is not a matter of dress, behavior, economic status, or social milieu. It is a philosophical approach to life that emphasizes freedom, peace, love and a respect for others and the earth. The way of the hippie never died. There have always been hippies from the first time society laid down rules, to Jesus, to Henry David Thoreau, to John Lennon, to you. There’s a little hippy in all of us. It’s just been repressed by our socialization process. We need to find it and cultivate our hippie within. Only then can we reach our true potential. Elightenment comes from smoking weed of course, but what makes you a Hippie?
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