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Join us as we celebrate 37 years of Pride Festival history. South Florida's Lesbian, Gay Bi-Sexual, Transexual Community (LGBT) has a proud and colorful history of advocating for the rights of the community.
Reading from the Pride South Florida program:
The Pride Festival commemorates the Stonewall riots that occured in New York City in June 1969 which many credit with having launched the national movement for LGBT rights.
Recently released U.S. Census data revealed that Fort Lauderdale is the city with the highest concentration of same-sex couples households in the nation; and the greater Fort Lauderdale area annually welcomes more than 1.3 million LGBT visitors.
Our First guest Norm Kent, Publisher of South Florida Gay News (SFGN) was a successful attorney and advocate for many years defending gay men who were falsely accused of breaking Florida 's lewd and lascivious laws. Many remember him from his morning radio show on AM WFTL-1400 and 850 AM radio. He started the Gay news paper Express in 1999 and in 2003 began South Florida Gay News (SFGN). The newpaper has a very successful reputation in the community and the nation. We will also later welcome Elizabeth Fernandez from Human Rights Campaign.
Let's learn together how we can make this community and all communities safe and prosperous for all.
Crystal Starshine is an internationally regarded Teacher, Psychic Medium, Spiritual Empowerment Coach, Angel Artist, Healer and Author.
Crystal loves to help women unearth their true selves by showing them that they too are Youniquely Woman, through courses, coaching and several healing modalities. She also empowers women through her Youniquely Woman Red Tent. Crystal teaches and certifies students through The Starshine Healing Academy in Psychic Development, Empowerment Coaching, Reiki, & Crystal Healing.
Crystal’s book The Empty Womb shares her story about her miscarriage, struggle with depression, faith, infertility and how she found her way to being Youniquely Woman. She also has articles in the Crystal Resonance Magazine and has a Live weekly Google Hangout called Coffee & Inspiration with Crystal Starshine & Friends where she and other Leading Spiritual Thinkers gather and discuss today's Hottest topics every Tuesday at 10AM EST.
Crystal not only is an inspirational teacher, but a Certified Doreen Virtue Angel Card Reader™, Ordained Minister, Certified Spiritual Empowerment Coach and Certified Ethical Intuitive through The Florasage Therapies Institute, Certified Crystal Healer and Crystal Master through the Hibiscus Moon Crystal Academy, Reiki Master, and Registered Metaphysical Practitioner. She also holds accreditation with the World Metaphysical Association and American Council of Holistic Healers.
Today's Show is a tad different from the norm, and we pride our selfs on being versatile here in Da Bosses Section.
So Tonight is about the struggles of the ex-convict, and their struggle to keep the good faith and stay on the straight and narrow, without compromising the freedom they earned, their struggles of being typecasted and stereotyped into the negative light, and why are they having issues trying to seek employment? and we also want to ask you. Is Jail, to rehabilitate, or is it made, to make a person worst, so when they have the chance to come home/get out catch another case, because the struggle is so real?
Tune in Tonight at 11pm EST, 10 CST, 8 PST Where we go on live, with the Host JuicyFruit Ellis, Easha Boyd, & Grady Toney with the latter speaking from personal experience.
Queen Quet, Chieftess of the Gullah/Geechee Nation (www.QueenQuet.com) is the hostess of Gullah/Geechee Riddim Radio on behalf of the Gullah/Geechee Sea Island Coalition (www.gullahgeechee.net). On this episode, she will focus on the era of Reconstruction and the journey of the Gullah/Geechee.
Yeddi we sho-Gullah/Geechee Riddim Radio!
Join host Colethea Jenkins as she takes you on a ride in her world of Build, Grow, and Enjoy! Learn more about those that can expand your network, make a difference, and provide great entertainment through.. The BGE Experience! #buildgrowenjoy
The Del Mar Races "Opening Day" - San Diego, CA
The Imperial Beach Sun and Sea Festival - Imperial Beach, CA
Upcoming SCLC Love Fest - Atlanta, GA
Upcoming Word of Faith Family Catherdal (Ignite "The Movement" Youth Conference - Austell, GA
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Psalm 10:4 The wicked, through the pride of his countenance, will not seek after God: God is not in all his thoughts.
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Nebraska State Legistilature candidate for District 46, James Michael Bowers, joined Corwin and Phil for this week's edition of Lavender Hill. His campaign manager, Daniel Lawhon, joined him on the air. Bowers is the first openly gay candidate to run for the legislature in Nebraska. He's hoping to win the seat that Senator Conrad has to vacate due to term limits. He stands strongly on Nebraska values and has a platform that relfects that as well as his support for the local LGBTQ community. Bowers plans to return to Lavender Hill in late September or October, as the November general election gets closer. Find out more about the Bowers campaign on Facebook.
Before and after the interview, Corwin and Phil talked about the Malaysian flight that was shot down on 17 July 2014 and the ovver 100 AIDS researchers who lost their lives in the tragedy, AIDS medicines, the Prairie Pride Film Festival at the Mary Riepma Ross Theatre in Lincoln, and more.
Tune in live every Sunday at 11am for Lavender Hill on KZUM-Lincoln/KZUM-HD, Nebraska's first and only community radio station.
This show is all about the historic town of Gettysburg Pa. The good, the bad, the ugly of the past, present, & future. Geared towards local issues as well as tourist information about upcoming events and goings on surrounding the Adams County, Gettysburg, Pa area. Join in yourself, or just listen in.
Gettysburg is about more than the battle, although that is our main tourist attraction we are also home to Baseball Hall of fame pitcher... Gettysburg Eddie, Gettysburg Bike week, Rememberance Day, Apple Harvest Festival, wineries, and lots of great restaurants, shops, museums and much much more.
Join host Gettysburg Gerry each morning Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, as well as lunch somewhere in the Gettysburg, Adams County area Tuesday and Thurdays. Learn where the locals go, and what is the latest and greatest that is happening in the area. There's always entertainment happening, and this is the place to find out about it.
Joanne Koenig-Macko is an internationally known artist, spiritual coach, author, and dynamic lecturer. This spirited, intuitive facilitator has served thousands of clients from all over the world. Her passion is to share her dynamic paintings, and to help others realize their true gifts and purpose in life.
Her ethereal art has been presented to countless world leaders and has served as Director of International Angels for World Peace under the umbrella of the World Citizen Diplomats. She has been listed in “Who’s Who” of women in business. Joanne currently has reps in Japan and thousands of clients who not only collect her inspirational art but see her for spiritual life coaching as well. Her passion from producing the Lightworker’s Conference annually stems from 22 years of expertise in the corporate world which she left behind to pursue her vision of helping raising the world’s mass consciousness. She is currently writing a book on all she’s learned from life, her clients and the many illusions we buy into that affect our lives.
Miss May I - Metalcore/Thrash from Troy,OH...New Album "Rise Of The Lion" ft. the single "Gone" out now...Check out their music video for their single "Gone" out on their Youtube page..See them all summer long on the Rockstar Mayhem Festival..Also catch them this fall @ the Koi Music Fest in Canada, Louder Than Life in Kentucky & Knotfest in California...Hear the music, see their dates & so much more @ www.facebook.com/MissMayIMusic
Since July generally hosts LBGTQ Pride events through the country, The Final Word Podcast has been addressing pivotal issues and moments throughout our shared history. Be sure to tune into our previous episodes in this series: The Stonewall Riots REMEMBERED, LGBT People of Faith and next week's podcast on the HIV/AIDS Crisis in America 2014.
Coming out can be a painful process for many in our community as we share our truth with our co-workers, peers, friends and families. While difficult for some, many experience an acknowledgement from their community and are embraced. Tonight, in the face of the rising numbers of LGBTQ youth who attempt and commit suicide, we will be sharing our coming out stories and hope that you join us for the lastest in our LGBTQ series.
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This week, Hodari B. Davis takes us live to Philadelphia for a webcast that features poets from Brave New Voices. The 2014 festival features over 500 Teen Poetry Slam Champions from 50 parts of the country and 5 additional cities from across the globe, representing over 50,000 young poets in their local communities. These young writers are a diverse, creative, intelligent group of trendsetting community and cultural leaders. They come to Brave New Voices each year not only to compete, but also to attend world-class workshops led by renowned poets and writers, participate in youth development programs, and highlight the voices of a new generation of leadership.
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