• 01:01

    The F Word Ex: Racial Identity and Ideology

    in Culture

    Join us for a lively and heated discussion on racial identity! We'll discuss the concept of race and what it means to us by examining questions such as, "What is race, culture and ethnicity?" "Why do these classifications matter?" "Does race mean anything in America?" "What does it mean to be biracial? Bicultural?" "Can someone really not see race?" You won't want to miss this incredibly challenging topic!! Be sure to call in and join the discussion!

  • 00:28

    The Identity of the Bride of Christ

    in Christianity

    What does it mean to be the Bride of Christ? What price did Jesus pay for the Bride? Who are we as the Bride? Your Identity as the Bride...

  • 00:46

    Happiness, Love and Lost Identity: Have Your Genetic Roots Affected Your Being?

    in Self Help

    January 29, 2015 - LIVING A RICHER LIFE ~ Life Changing Talk Radio


    THEME: Happiness, Love and Lost Identity: Have Your Genetic Roots Affected Your Being? 


     
    INTERVIEW GUEST: Dr. Catana Tully


    Dr. Catana Tully was born at the mouth of a Central American jungle river in Guatemala. She grew up trilingual (German, Spanish & English) and as a young Caribbean raised by wealthy German expatriates. Catana’s life’s experiences span cultures and continents. She obtained a world-class education, became an actress, a sparkling fashion model and then, later in life, a tenured Associate Professor at SUNY Empire State College. Catana holds a BA in Cultural Studies, an MA in Latin American and Caribbean Literature and a DA (Doctor of Arts) in Humanistic Studies. She is also the author of “Split at the Root: A memoir of Love and Lost Identity.”


    THIS WEEK’S MESSAGE:


    When a new baby arrives, relatives love to spot resemblances. She has her father's eyes, her mother's mouth, grandmother's nose and so on. So, it seems logical, when trying to guess ancestry, to home in on appearances. But, of course, today’s researchers use our genes to more accurate define our ancestry. However, a new study by UK and Australian psychologists also suggests that while happiness in life reflects personal circumstances, having the right genetic mix is equally important. According to Kathleen Hall of Preventive Medicine, "We are wired for happiness from the beginning. Researchers believe that about 50 to 70 percent of our happiness and optimism come from our genes.  Maybe you can look at your parents and family members to see why you are laughing." But, what if you grew up not knowing your birth parents and family? How would you understand your love and your happiness? Do you know how your genetic roots have affected your being?

  • 01:03

    A Different Identity With Lawrence Jackson Jr and Pam Mintz

    in Entertainment

    Join Lawrence and Pam on “A Different Identity” on Monday evenings at 8pm as they give the male and female perspective to help you make better decisions because we all know “when you know better you do better”.

  • 02:13

    PWN 2015.1.3: Controversy in the Pagan World

    in News

    As event season gets ready to kick off for the Pagan community there are any number of minor controversies that might crop up. In the passed there have been issues regarding gender in sacred space, certain notable presenters and their pasts, and other issues - both minor and major. This year seems to be no exception to that. With Covenant of the Goddess facing member resignations and turmoil over their public statement regarding racial issues and a first time out festival in direct conflict with a well established festival - in both timing and geographic location - there seems to be now shortage of controversies to address this year.


    RevKess and KaliSara will talk about some of those current issues and how they may play out in the near future. From Peter Dybing's strong stand on racial inclusivity in practice and language in regards to CoG to the Gathering of Pagan Souls festival being in direct conflict with Heartland Spirit Festival at the end of May. Along the way they may also address some of the past issues that have come in the Pagan world and how they were addressed and handled by those who could make a difference. They will also talk about other upcoming events in the Pagan world, including ConVocation and PantheaCon.

  • 02:00

    A Black Man from A White Mans Perspective

    in Radio

    Today on Rockafellaz Radio we go a deeper into the realm of realness, logic, misunderstanding and understanding. 


    It has seemed to me that if a White man has control of something, and a black man or other minority is being accused  of something and proof shows the innocents, why is the outcome so expected? Why is it that most of the time we already know how the ending will be. Who is responsible, the black man for being at the wrong place at the wrong time or the white man, for over stepping power of authority?


    What is it in the industry? Do White gay adult filmstars get paid more than black and latin? There are companies out there that do exsist that even seem to demoralize blacks, but in a way try to make them feel as if they are special or they stand out. But whos responsible for this view? The models or the person the are working for?


    Understand, that todays show is about the view and perspective of White men against Black men.  This is not a place to excerise racism and it will not be accepted or tolerated on the show.  Any racial comments or slurs will be prohibited and the person stating them will not be allowed to continue speaking on the show.  At the same time, you are free within those boundaries to discuss what your point of view. 


    Special Guest Co-Host - Dwight Allen O'Neal, Lucky from Lucky Star Blog and Creative Director, Choreographer and Performing Artist, Jamal George


     


                       


     


     


    All that and more, here on Rockafellaz Radio. Talk that Keeps it 100!!!


     

  • 02:00

    A Just Cause Coast 2 Coast - Law Enforcement - Past, Present & Hope for Future

    in US Government

    Sam Thurman, Cliff Stewart and Lisa Stewart of the Colorado exoneration firm A Just Cause, discuss what happens when the wheels of justice trample unbridled over the rights of innocent Americans.  


    Although the American system of justice is the most-respected worldwide, it is still a system designed, and operated, by humans, which means it's not perfect. Sam, Cliff, and Lisa will highlight ongoing struggles against "the system" to free wrongfully imprisoned people, and what happens when justice miscarries against an actually innocent person.


    Our Special Guests for tonight's show is Cheryl Dorsey, a Retired Police Officer, who served 20 years on the force within the Los Angeles Police Department. Cheryl worked in patrol and specialized units such as traffic, vice and the infamous gang unit known as, Community Resources Against Street Hoodlums.


    A Just Cause is currently campaigning for "FreeTheIRP6," who's been wrongly imprisoned in Florence, CO for a crime they didn't commit. Read full story: www.freetheirp6.org. 


    For more information, about A Just Cause and to Donate to the IRP6 legal defense fund, visit www.a-justcause.com.


    Follow us on Twitter: @AJCRadio, @A_JustCause, @FreeTheeIRP6,  @FreeeTheIRP6 and Like our Facebook Pages: https://www.facebook.com/AJustCauseCoast2Coast, and https://www.facebook.com/AJustCauseCO, https://www.facebook.com/FreetheIRP6


    Thank you for your support!

  • 02:42

    Always Black and White Why Not just Us

    in Entertainment

    I try not to let racial things hold me down but they always come up like just recently a Sheriff said that the reason for all the police shootings of black people was because of the single black mother. REALLY ?? At this point we all know that black people are singled out and arrested for anything not saying in a lot of cases they should not have been but it has been out of hand for a very long time. Tonight we will talk about all things race one thing in particular the black family house hold. Tune in from 7pm to 9pm central time see you all there.. 

  • 03:06

    The Role of the Black Man in the Black African Holocaust - Dr. Alli Muhammad

    in Politics

    The bold Black Power Warrior General, Dr. Alli Muhammad M.S., PhD, MD discusses the The effects of the Traumatic-Black African Holocaust Disorder ™©:


     Racial Slavery obtrusion-traumas & their role in the destruction of the Black Male, Black Female Relationship norms & damage of the Black-African Family Paradigm.


    - Baba Osagyefo Olugbala Revolutionary Goon, Dr. Alli Muhammad, AKA "Super Nigga." Stands firm on all our battlefileds to assure our victory. Doing the work is his life. And freeing our people is his destiny as our bold BLACK POWER WARRIOR GENERAL. BLACK POWER! -

  • 02:38

    Live:Deejay Jamaican icons Kojak and Mama Liza chat live from Jamaica

    in Music

    Kojak (b. Floyd Anthony Perch, kingston, Kingston, Jamaica, began his career chanting on various sound systems under the guise of Pretty Boy Floyd. He adopted the gangster image that had proved successful for Dennis Alcapone and Dillinger.He change stage name to Nigger Kojak. His debut, ‘Massacre’, proved a local hit. In 1978 Dennis Brown had an international hit with the remake of ‘Money In My Pocket’, which was followed by ‘Ain’t That Loving You’, featuring Kojak And Liza performing ‘Hole In De Bucket’. The partnership led to conflicting reports as to the identity of Kojak’s fellow artist, as there were in fact two Mama Lizas, Beverly Brown and Jacqueline Boland. His female partner was always labelled simply as Liza, which hindered the women’s careers,. The duo performed ‘Fist To Fist Rub A Dub’, a tribute to the soft drink Sky Juice, the modest ‘One Thousand Gal’ and the festive ‘Christmas Stylee’. By 1981 Kojak And Liza had become well established and the unprecedented success of ‘Nice Up Jamaica’ was endorsed by the Jamaican tourist board. The song, although on some pressings credited to the duo, was actually a solo from Floyd Perch that verged on the surreal. By 1982 he became known as Papa Kojak and was a featured DJ at the acclaimed Skateland show, recorded live as A Dee Jay Explosion. By 1996,  performing ‘What Time Is It’, was met with enthusiasm. The song was included on his distinguished comeback album of soul cover versions, which featured backing vocals from Nadine Sutherland, J.C. Lodge, Marcia Griffiths and Judy Mowatt. The paucity of female DJ performers has often been criticized, along with the fact that early performances were only in a supporting role. The pioneering efforts of the two Lizas have since been acknowledged on record as influencing the likes of Sister Nancy and Lady Saw.call in 661-467-2407

  • 00:16

    Women! What's In Your Purse?

    in Women

    This lecture will allow women to identify what's in their purse.This is not referring to a physical purse, but a mental and business purse. Many times we as women may need to arrange and reposition some things for business in order to operate and function on a higher level. Chief Empowerment coach Mrs. Diane Winbush will provide this session. Prepare yourselves to discover the identity of your business and your strategy as the entrepreneur.

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