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Growing up in New York I was exposed to theatre differently by my parents. My mother took us to Broadway shows. And my dad was more off Broadway. I enjoyed them all. But when my dad took me to see "The Me Nobody Knows" I was twelve. Seeing Irene Cara up on stage made me want to be up there. As a young adult my friends and I continued to go to plays and off beat films. That was our past time going to shows and out to eat.
I always wanted to be a dancer and took some lessons but I had to find another way to express myself. I got interested in acting at a time in my life when I needed to find myself and to feel grounded. I started taking classes at HB Studios. It was scary and exhilarating at the same time. I found something that I keep trying to conquer.
I'm finding myself. I found that I'm best at playing women who have a chip on their shoulder and a world class attitude but would like nothing better than put both of those aside.
I have been in some local films and plays. We just finished the 2015 Women's Voices Theater Festival. I was in two plays "A Matter of Worth" by Marcia E Cole and "For the Love of Oscar" by Hope Lindsay-Price.
By day I am a broadcast technician for Fox TV and as of date the Business Agent for our IATSE local.
And a wife , mother and grandmother.
On today's show, Marie interviews Producer Priya George about Power in Place: A Photographic Tribute to Women in Politics. This project celebrates women who have striven to achieve an important presence in the political leadership of this nation. It aims to increase the participation of women in public office by holding up inspirational role models. Women are fulfilling a crucial role of gender parity in the great responsibilities of governance and civic wellbeing, often bringing with them viewpoints and concerns that reflect their unique life experiences. The Power in Place Project needs your support. You can contribute to the Kickstarter campaign today!
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Katrina began her career as a photojournalist, publishing her work in The New York Times, Newsweek, and Newsday. She was Hillary Clinton’s campaign senate photographer from 1999-2000. Subsequently, she has photographed Senator Elizabeth Warren, Senator Kirsten Gillibrand, State Senator Wendy Davis, as well as countless politicians across the board. During her career, she has documented the rising tide of women in politics.
Priya is a Brooklyn-based producer. She was a producer for the Brian Lehrer Show––winner of the George Foster Peabody Award for Media Excellence––at WNYC, the nation's largest public radio station. She has worked in the realm of urban policy and public affairs, as well as gender equity, and has served as consultant for social media and public relations strategies.
We now know that prayer is powerful. all religions prescribe some sort of prayer or meditation. Scientists have discovered that prayer can improve medical outcomes relieve depression and cause people to heal more quickly. Jesus taught that there are conditions that can only be cured by prayer. But he also gave explicit instructions about how prayer should and should not be conducted. Are we prayer warriors or hypocrites?
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This show brings the Black Woman back to the Respectable Plane where we discuss the issues of our community and being. For too long We have been the back bone of any Movement of our People and it is time for us to come back together as Sister's bring the respect back to our Gender and Families! The Village IS important! The Movement IS important Power is in OUR Hands! IT'S TIME TO RETAKE OUR THRONES! Bring your Spiritual Soulful Thoughts, Share your Solutions! Power to the People!
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Find the answers to the following questions in today's episode. What would you say if your children said all they wanted for Christmas is to spend time with you? Would you respond in a loving manner or would you quickly say that is impossible because I have to work? These are questions that readily effect our children in today's society. Are we willing to deal with the issue of how to love our children and or families or do we shy away from the solution because it means we must give of ourselves?
CareGiverStory.com is proud to have co-host Dr. Mary Newbern-Williams is Presbyter for Congregational Vitality for the Presbytery of Missouri River Valley, Omaha, NE. She leads congregations in Healthy Congregations, church growth, evangelism, and leadership development. She was General Presbyter for the Presbytery of John Calvin. There she served as Pastor to Pastors, in Congregational Transformation, Healthy Congregations Programs, church growth, new church development. Mary is a facilitator for “HealthyCongregations”, developed and led by Dr. Peter Steinke and the Lutheran Brotherhood. Mary was Associate General Presbyter for the Presbytery of Eastern Virginia and Associate Executive Presbyter for the Presbytery of Sheppards and Lapsley. A mission and a passion. She led a delegation to Kinshasa DRC in 2007, and participated in mission/educational visits to Kenya, Ghana, and Mexico. Mary is a graduate of Baldwin-Wallace College and Princeton Theological Seminary She was ordained as a Minister of the Word and Sacrament in June 1989; she was awarded an Honorary Doctor of Humane Letters and is a D. Min. student at McCormick Theological Seminary. Ms. Newbern-Williams has also served the PC as pastor of congregations in the Greater Los Angeles Areas, Wilcox County Alabama, and in Louisville, KY and Associate in the Higher Education Area of the National Ministries Division (1996-1999). She was Executive Producer of two educational videos, “For Just Such a Time as This” and “Looking for Diamonds” Mary has several publications, is a novelist, published her first novel, and is completing a second. The Rev. Dr. Mary Newbern-Williams has two sons and one daughter....much more.
Join your hosts Jeremy, Jesse and Jerry as we get into rap groups and how these started some of the most successful careers of some of the greatest rap artist that we know and love to listen to today. From Krs one and Scott la rock, Tupac and digital underground, the fugees and many others. Why did these groups call it quits while some were at the peak of their fame and popularity? What went wrong? And how does this impact the rap game? Join us as we go over there speculation and careers of the groups and artists.
The Movement Won't Move without you! The People Need your Time Your Energy Your Donations! Your Voice is important to us we invite you to speak your mind always! This is live uncensored dialogue where we expect you to voice your opinions and concerns that you may have with the movement and it's Direction join Brother Kevin and our Panel in a open discussion about the State of Emergency our people are in! Bring your voice bring your Ideas! Black Power!
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In the 24th chapter of Matthew, the apostles come together to ask Jesus about His return, which we know to be the Day of the Lord, and the end of the world. Jesus, as it turns out, has plenty to say on this subject and uses no parables. He tells them plainly what will happen in the time of the end. Many Christians, who love to apply the entire New Testament to the Church alone, read this chapter and try to make this about the Rapture of the Church. But that will not work, Matthew 24 is not about the Church which didn’t even exist on the day that they asked Jesus these questions. On this episode of Rightly Dividing, we examine the entire chapter of Matthew 24 in great detail, and see exactly who Jesus was talking about when he said "this generation".
"Immediately after the tribulation of those days shall the sun be darkened, and the moon shall not give her light, and the stars shall fall from heaven, and the powers of the heavens shall be shaken: And then shall appear the sign of the Son of man in heaven: and then shall all the tribes of the earth mourn, and they shall see the Son of man coming in the clouds of heaven with power and great glory." Matthew 24:29,30 (KJV)
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