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Join me tomorrow night LIVE @ 8 P.M. on Blogtalk Radio Alamo Speaks, As I will conduct a interview with Richmond,CA Native and City Council Candidate D Demond King “You do not have to live the rest of your life feeling unqualified. Liberate Yourself.”D. Demond King lives by these words, and he is passionate about spreading the message. A native of Richmond, he knows firsthand what is needed to overcome the crime, drugs, and violence on the streets of this East Bay city because he has lived it.
Recognizing his own level of self-neglect, he changed his mindset and his lifestyle, focusing on finding his purpose and defining the influence he would have over his own life.In 2011, he co-founded the Redemption Center, a socio-economic and personal development organization that promotes social enterprise while advocating for social equality.“The thing about redemption is that when it’s genuine, it always translates into service,” said King, reflecting on his personal road of self-recovery and redemption.He says it is through random acts of kindness, simply doing things for others without expectation of something in return..
“Anybody can be bought for the right price!” - Some people seem to think money can buy everything, and everyone; DaShawn ‘D-Boy’ Jones is one of those people. But when he runs up on Adrina Simms, he begins to change his motto. A twenty-two year old bombshell, she chose dancing to help earn her bachelor’s degree in Forensic Science. The moment D-Boy recruited Adrina onto his team he knew he had found himself a winner. Transitioning to transporting bricks was a small thing for the young budding tenderoni. Adrina was risking it all for her man. Blazing a trail from Miami to Richmond; leaving her competition in the dust. Her brazen ways and beautiful face had D-Boy gone like the wind. With her brains, banging body, and beauty, she was a triple threat. More importantly, he was about to learn that she was: Everything Money Can’t Buy
Veronica Thomas is founder and President of a non-profit organization, called “There’s Hope In Healing, Inc”. for men, women and children of sexual abuse in Hampton Roads. Veronica’s relentless passion is helping those who have experienced sexual abuse find healing and realize they no longer had to remain victims; and to help prevent another child from becoming a victim of sexual abuse as she was as a child.
Veronica is also the author Visions From the Past: A True Story; This book relates the author’s horrific experiences from her childhood. Veronica experienced evil at an early age from two men her great-grandmother trusted. Listen as Nicole chats with Veronica about her journey and her mission.
Nicole chats with Fatima Smith, Director of Community Outreach & Public Education with the YWCA of Richmond
Event :Remember My Name" Memorial Service hosted by the Richmond YWCA
When: October 30, 2014
Unity of Richmond
800 Blanton Ave
6-8:30PM ( est )
Dial 917.889.7881 to listen to this amazing interview...
Join me as I talk with Wade Randolph, As a leadership and productivity strategist dedicated to helping business owners and managers, Wade inspires you and your employees to rise to new levels of leadership, performance, and efficiency.
He knows hard it can be to grow a business. His first business venture as a realtor began in 1986, and it was a struggle. However, through self-improvement, re-education, and determination, he became one of the most successful realtors in the Richmond, Virginia area.
Following that first business, he went on to manage two multimillion-dollar realtor teams. This success catapulted him into real estate management, where he managed two multimillion-dollar real estate firms with a combined revenue of over 50 million dollars annually.
The desire to help people and companies perform at a high level led him to open Randolph Unlimited, Inc., a professional training company specializing in leadership, teamwork, motivation, communication, and Neuro-Linguistic Programming (using cutting-edge neuroscience insights to increase effectiveness and productivity). Through hs own experience and training, He learned that you can do more, achieve more, and have more by becoming more.
On tonight's show we review the results of Week 8 in CAA Football and announce our top performers from each CAA team. We'll also make our picks for CAA Offensive, Defensive, and Special Teams Player of the Week. Aaron and Brian gaze into the crystal ball to make predictions for Week 9 and break down our CAA Football Game of the Week, the Albany Great Danes (6-2) at New Hampshire Wildcats (6-1). Guests can call in at (347) 989-8515 to talk about CAA football and any other CAA sports that pique your interest.
Deja Bryson is an emerging R&B, Soul & Rock artist from Richmond, CA. She sings, writes and produces music with a message of love, empowerment and individuality. Nice of Vocal icon, Peabo Bryson, Deja's vocal skills come naturally. She is a powerhouse live, able to sing acapella or with music and still rocks the crowd. Deja has performed with artists such as Nas, Marsha Ambrosius, Dwele, Bobby Valentino and PeaboBryson. She has performed at several NBA games with her inimitable rendition of the "Star Spangled Banner," has been featured at one of the 2009 Inagural balls and has had many other spectacular milestones. She attended a 4 year music program at UC Berkeley, where she honed her musical skills through intense vocal training in genres such as jazz and classical music. Deja is following up her debut project I'm Power with a new sophomore EP called The Revolution. The album features 6 songs recorded with a live band. The leading single from the album is "Just A Woman" was released March 19, 2013. Be sure to check it out and keep up with this amazing and extremely talented new songbird!
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He lectures around the world but now is here for you. From the latest in charity news, technology, fundraising and social networking, Ted Hart and his guests help you maneuver through various challenges facing the charitable sector to greater levels of efficiency and fundraising success.
Each week we feature a different expert supporting nonprofits and philanthropists around the world.
Expert: Susan O’Donnell Black, is author of Help! They Want Me to Fundraise! available from amazon.com and charitychannel.com.
Consultant, author, and trainer Susan Black, CFRE brings over 20 years of fundraising and non-profit leadership experience to her role as Principal of Allene [uh-LEAN] Professional Fundraising. Susan has two degrees in political science: a Bachelor's degree from Mary Baldwin College (Staunton, VA) and a Master's degree from the University of Richmond. Her career in development began as a Prospect Researcher at Marietta College (Marietta, OH) and she went on to gain experience as a Development Director at Easter Seals of Central Ohio and the Epilepsy Foundation of Central Ohio before serving as Vice-President of Advancement for five years at St. Vincent Family Centers in Columbus, OH. She founded Allene Professional Fundraising in 2008 to bring her expertise to the wider non-profit community and help struggling non-profits identify strategies that will allow them to reach their potential.
Serena Williams gets trashed by Russian offical and offical gets fined for his remarks
Major League Baseball started the World Series with the San Francisco Giants and Kansas City Royals both Wild Cards
The National Football League rides moves into the second month. Question will the Niners in their new park make it to the Super Bowl. The Seattle Seahawks are questioning the end of the game last week. The Dallas Cowboys dismantled the New York Football Giants and Payton Manning gets the passing record. All of the Black quarterbacks lost.
FSU beat the Fighting Irish, Miss and Miss St are 1 and 3 in the National polls... The Salukis lose again to drop to number 20th in 1-AA polls. Tar Heels are in trouble and The Univ. of Calif. Golden Bears take on the Ducks this weekend.
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Back by popular demand,Alamo Speaks on Blog Talk Radio.Join me Wednesday @ 8 P.M. With my guests Othree Christian (WCCUSD Candidate) The often called controversial City Councilman Corky Booze and longtime Richmond resident Anthony Creer (Boby), As we will discuss Richmond,CA Politics,Chevron,Crime,Education and the future of the city.
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Perfect Ego & Baby Doll will be kickin’ it with Short Boy who proudly represents Richmond, VA. Also, the ladies will be discussing HIP-HOP vs. RAP. It’s time to learn the specific differences between the two and tell violating artists to KNOCK IT OFF! Don’t miss this incredible show!
While Perfect Ego and Baby Doll give the best of sarcastic satire and disrespectful love tap opinions on current events and juicy gossip, the show focuses on revealing the best of Independent Entertainment as a whole, plays music and interviews the best independent music artists, producers, film directors, models, freelance photographers, writers, actors, etc.
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On tonight's show we review the results of Week 7 in CAA Football and announce our top performers from each CAA team. We'll also make our picks for CAA Offensive, Defensive, and Special Teams Player of the Week. Aaron and Brian gaze into the crystal ball to make predictions for Week 9 and break down our CAA Football Game of the Week, Colgate Raiders at Albany Great Danes. Guests can call in at (347) 989-8515 to talk about CAA football and any other CAA sports that pique your interest.