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  • 01:01

    WRITERS NATION RADIO

    in Writing

    Writers Nation Radio with Kaneen Morgan & Shalanda Norman with Special Guest Ronald Recardo & Tina D.C. Hayes:


    Ronald Recardo is the Managing Partner of The Catalyst Consulting Group, LLC a professional services firm that helps companies grow, improve their performance, and address their HR needs. During his 30 year career he has worked with over 130 different companies ranging in size from start-ups to the Fortune 10. During his career he has also been an executive at Johnson & Johnson & Fidelity Investments, an Adjunct Professor at several MBA programs, an entrepreneur, and a consultant at Arthur Anderson & co.


    Tina D.C. Hayes writes sassy Southern suspense. She lives down a little country road in western Kentucky with her husband and four children. A few pampered pooches and two parrots keep her company while they stand guard against writer's block. Currently up to her elbows in diapers, she's an expert at 4 a.m. bottle feedings and Patty Cake.


     

  • 02:11

    Violet Flame Saturday for the Golden Age Economy with Saint Germain.

    in Spirituality

    Violet Flame Saturday is a weekly outflow of Divine Energy and Light calling in the much needed help and valuable resources of the Ascended Master Light.


    CLICK HERE FOR TODAY's BOOKLET


    Today we focus on calling in the light for the healing and awakening of the beautiful golden age economy to transition from the consciousness of lack mentality into the Victory of true divine abundance for all.


    Ascension NOW! is thy great plan,


    The path is laid upon the sand,


    Treasures in our souls unfold


    Victory for those so bold!


     


    Today's Show: 


    Michael and Jewel in San Francisco Bay Area
    Summer and Mama Sheri in Costa Rica with the Parrots
    Greg in Pensylvania


    A couple of callers speak near the begining. 


    Summer sings beautiful song after tube of light.


     


    Jewel sang beautiful Violet Flame I AM song during meditation after Fortuna decree. 


     


     

  • 00:59

    Upon Whose Backs Were the Capitol and the White House Built?

    in Culture

    From 1790-1863 half the workforce that built the White House and the Capitol were enslaved people. In May of 2005 a bipartisan task force was created to recognize the work done by enslaved men in the nation's capital due to an investigative story in 2000 by WRC-TV reporter Ed Hotaling. He found US Treasurypromissory notes to those who hired enslaved workers. Headlines in the London Independent read "White House and Capitol built by $5-a-month slaves”. “Temples of Freedom Founded on Slavery", said the Times of London. 


    When planning for the Capitol began, slave labor was not discussed. The government, architects and contractors sought white skilled craftsmen and laborers from Virginia and Maryland. One of the commissioners in charge of the construction was Thomas Jefferson and it was he who made the decision to use the least costly labor. In other words those enslaved. Approximately half of all those enslaved in the United States at the time lived in Virginia and Maryland and were hired out at much lower rates than free labor would have cost. The commission initially authorized the use of up to 100 slaves a year for the two largest projects in the District. 


    In September 1794 George Washington appointed Dr. William Thornton as a commissioner for the Federal district. Thornton,an amateur architect, was also a slave-owning Quaker who helped establish the American Society for Colonizing the Free People of Color. 

    Coutesy of: www.figah.us/Who_Built_the_WhiteHouse.html

  • 00:31

    Pitt Basketball Star And NBA Star Keith Starr

    in Sports

    The Total Tutor Neil Haley and Coach Karen Hall will interview Pitt Basketball Star Keith Starr.



    Position: Guard-Forward • Height: 6-6 • Weight: 190 lbs
    Born: March 14, 1954 in Sewickley, Pennsylvania
    High School: Quaker Valley in Leetsdale, Pennsylvania
    College: University of Pittsburgh
    Draft: Chicago Bulls, 4th round (1st pick, 52nd overall), 1976 NBA Draft
    NBA Debut: October 23, 1976

  • 01:59

    Backintyme Authors 2016 Scott Sewell, Lars Adams and Margo Williams

    in Social Networking

    Join us for a fabulous New Years Day episode. We have invited Scott Hodalee Sewell to join us and discuss his newest publishing, Belles of the Creek Nation and upcoming title Voices. Scott is a Mixed Blood Indian and has writen extensively on the Creek Muscogee and Dominicker peoples along with indepth looks into tribal affiliations, spirituality and personal identity. He is a modern day activists among the clan families and sacred ceremonial grounds. Scott is currently working on his newest book titled Voices, where he has collected the memories and experiences of elders and spiritual leaders. You can find these titles and many others from Backintyme Publishing at our Amazon listing here, Backintyme Publishing


    Margo Williams will join us, author of 2011 Miles Lassiter (circa 1777-1850): An Early African-American Quaker from Lassiter Mill, Randolph County, North Carolina: My Research Journey to Home. His story illuminates the unfolding of the 19th-century color line into the 20th. And, Introducing her soon to be released Hilltown to Strieby. Margo, a former editor of the Journal of the Afro-American Historical and Genealogical Society, and through her private research company, Personal Prologue. Backintyme is very excited to also have Margo as the newest editor at Backintyme and we hope you will enjoy her new title soon to be released.


    Lars Adams will join us also and host the show. Lars is  a writer, author, historican and independent researcher. Lars has reviewed Belles of the Creek Nation and is scheduled his new book Breaking the House of Pamunkey will soon be released by Backintyme Publishing. Miles will join us and introduce his new book and it's historical signifigance to the Pamunkey and other Mixed Blood Indian descendants.

  • 02:07

    The Helios Biblios Hour (book of t he SUN) : Injured Humanity

    in Current Events

    Originally circulated in 1805 to educate the public about the treatment of slaves, this broadside, entitled “Injured Humanity,” continues to inform twenty-first-century audiences of the true horrors of slavery. As evidenced by this document, early abolitionists decried the slave trade before it was abolished by an 1807 act of Congress. “Injured Humanity” was intended to shock readers and called on the conscience of citizens to “reject, with horror, the smallest participation in such infernal transactions.” This broadside was printed in New York City by Samuel Wood, a prolific Quaker-reformist printer.Apologize on behalf of Christianity – Looking back into history, Christianity has caused great pain to Africa and across the globe. There have been numerous atrocities committed in the name of Christianity, with many of them dating back centuries. Francis’ predecessor, Pope Benedict XVI, is also among those who’ve cause serious damage. This refers particularly to his suggestion that Catholicism had cleaned the indigenous people and condemning the rise in indigenous religions, terming it a step backward. History also tells us of the hand of Pope Nicholas V, who in 1452, made a move that paved way for slavery in West Africa. In fact, the Pope, working together with King Alfonso V of Portugal, authorized the reduction of “Saracens (Muslims) and pagans and any other unbelievers.

  • 01:02

    Laura Johnston Kohl, Jonestown Survivor

    in History

    After participating with the Black Panthers, and attending Woodstock, Laura moved into Peoples Temple in California in 1970, and was an active and enthusiastic member until the day it ended.  She moved to Guyana in March 1977.  She frequently traveled between Georgetown and Jonestown, a 24-hour boat ride, but moved into Jonestown in October 1978.  Laura’s survival was a fluke.


    It took twenty years for Laura to rebuild her life and have the determination to research this tragedy.  The first ten years were spent in Synanon.  Then, she reunited with many of the other survivors to put the pieces together and to get some understanding.  After ten years she wrote her autobiography.  


    Today, Laura is a bilingual teacher, a member of ReadLocal San Diego, on the Speakers’ Bureau of The Jonestown Institute, a bilingual international speaker, a Quaker, and a Board Member of the Communal Studies Association.  She is interviewed often by national and international media, most recently on television, internet and radio programs.

  • 00:54

    January Jones-Redfield Farm, author Judith Coopey

    in Books

    Meet: Judith Redline Coopey, author of Redfield Farm: a Novel of the Underground Railroad.


    After a twenty-two year teaching career, she returned to her life-long passion, writing.  The result has been a series of five historical novels, each a unique story in itself.  


    The first, Redfield Farm, a Novel of Underground Railroad, tells the story of Ann Redfield, a young Quaker women lured into the clandestine world of the Underground Railroad by her brother. 


    www.judithredlinecoopey.com

  • 00:31

    Parrots as Pets: Are You Really Committed?

    in Pets

    In our November 7th episode, we touched on the lifespan issues involved with having a pet bird.  In this episode, we delve deeper into some of the issues involved with becoming a pet parent to a bird.  We'll cover the unexpected challenges that can arise while living with your new bird, and help to make sure you're fully prepared, and as well informed as possible, when embarking on your new pet journey.  If you're serious about getting a fine feathered friend, then be sure to check out this edition of The Missy Show, Saturday, November 14th, 2015 at 5pm Central.  Don't miss it!  It just might save you and a potential bird a lot of heartache.  And nobody wants that, right?

  • 00:31

    WORLD WIDE AFRICA THE VOICE OF THE PAN AFRICAN MOVEMENT

    in Politics

    "Tonight we will continue with Soul on Ice by Eldridge Cleaver on the “INITIAL REACTION ON THE ASSASSINATION OF MALCOLM X  and what it did to the Black Community.  “In February 16, Malcolm X told James Shabazz, another aid (not to be confused with James 3X Shabazz, regional minister of the New York and Newark mosques), the the incident at the ball room made him think that some one might try to kill him before or during the next OAAU rally, which was scheduled for February the 21.  “I have the names of five Black Muslims who have been assigned to kill me,” he told Shabazz. “I will announce them at the meeting.


    Two days later , on February the 18 , Malcolm X was evicted form his home in Elmhurst. That same morning a CIA agent in Richard Helmes’s office issued a memorandum with a reference number of “CSC1-316/01196-64,” and the subject matter of “EGYPTIAN FUNDING OF MALCOLM X.”  The term “CSCI” IS AN ABBREVIATION FOR CLANDESTINE SERVICES COUNTER INTELLIGENCE." Judas Factor   


    "The Black Muslim movement was destroyed the moment Elijah cracked the whip over Malcolm 's head, because it was not the Black Muslim movement itself that was so irritability appealing to the true believers. It was the awaking into self-conscienceless of twenty million Negroes which was compelling.  Malcolm X articulated their aspirations better than any other man of our time. When he spoke under the banner of Elijah Muhammad he was irresistible.  If he had become a Quaker, a Catholic, or Seven-Day Adventist, or a Sammy Davis-Style Jew, and if he had continued to give voice to the mute ambitions in the black man's soul, his message still would have been triumphant: because what was great was not Malcolm X but the truth he uttered.  The truth which Malcolm uttered had vanquished the whole passel ... " Soul on Ice


     

  • 01:00

    Renewable: One Woman's Search for Simplicity, Faithfulness, and Hope

    in Women

    Guest Eileen Flanagan: A graduate of Duke and Yale, Eileen Flanagan writes for a wide range of national publications and speaks at conferences, colleges, and religious gatherings.


    She is the author three books. Her new release, Renewable: One Woman’s Search for Simplicity, Faithfulness, and Hope, tells the story of her midlife realization that she was not living up to her potential or her youthful ideals, and the engaging journey that led her to climate change activism.

    Eileen lives with her husband and two children in Philadelphia, where she serves as chair of the board of Earth Quaker Action Team, a small grassroots group that challenged a bank and won. Read more about her work at eileenflanagan.com.