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Renee will discuss with guest and call ins the season of being thankful. We are embarking on the holiday season. We will make sure declare our thankfulness in so many arenas. Renee will talk about her year in review and how much she appreciates her path and the Grace that God has bestowed on her and the others.
I have always been this way. When I was young I use to shudder at night because I could hear voices and talking, figures moving around. When the lights would go out a whole new world emerged, not being distracted by the every day things in the world, at night it was quiet, and it came alive, everything was moving, and breathing.
So when I would run around the neighbourhood talking about the movies in the sky, and the colour t.v. we had( which was black and white) my parents were just stymied, and I can't blame them this was something they had never dealt with.
I work from the heart, I am also a vegetarian, and a avid animal lover.
this show is co produced with Chris from currious times, she has a show every friday at 8 pacific time 10 eastern time
Carlton Richard is a firm and Proud believer of Christ
Certified Personal Trainer
Sports Specific Training, High Intensity Training, Weight Loss, and Weight Training
Background: From Vinton, LA(Outside of Lake Charles, LA)
Carlton Attended Southeastern Louisiana University then transferred to Santa Monica College. There he played 2 years before transferring to Texas A&M Commerce. He played 1 year there and eventually finished up at Cal Lutheran University. He has traveled all over the US with his athletics and has planted roots in Dallas TX. He has been training professionally since 2004, got into training one on one with athletes in 2007 till the present.
His High school accolades are: All State WR, All Southwest LA, State Champion Hurdler/State Runner Up long jumper, All District Basketball.
Join me, your Host Leslie Renee as we discuss the mind, body and soul as we enjoy music from the latest inspirational artist!! Call in # 323 693 3830
15 minutes of who-knows-what about authors and maybe even their books. Lots of laughs, gossip and more laughs! Tonight we get to sit down with the fantastic Christina McKnight who is making her own mark in historical romances (along with any romance genre she sets pen to paper to tackle)! Christina has won so many readers with her urban fantasy and paranormal romances but now fans of historicals are starting to flock to her side and are adding this unique voice to their Must Read and Keep Forever bookshelves! christinamcknight.com
As many citizens across the country are reacting with anger to the Grand Jury's decision to file no charges against police officer Darren Wilson in the shooting death of unarmed teen Michael Brown, there are those who have launched a proactive strategy in the fight for justice. Judge Stanley Hill has worked for the last several years coordinating the PUSH Excel Oratorical Contest, an event in which youth in grades 1 through 12 memorize some of history's most powerful speeches in the areas of peace and justice. Judge Hill coaches these youth and prepares them to compete in a stimulating and enjoyable rhetorical competition that focuses on the persuasive power of eloquent, inspirational speech. These are the perhaps future lawyers who will present arguments before courts and win cases. What better way to fight back against injustice than to prepare future leaders who can be the orators that awaken their peers to the principles of truth, honor, and righteousness? Some of those whose memorable speeches will be recited by students in the upcoming contest Saturday December 20, 2014 include President Barack Obama, Langston Hughes, Robert Frost, Nikki Giovanni, and The Girl Who Silenced the United Nations for Five Minutes. Judge Hill explains his motivation for empowering these youth with outstanding speaking skills, and what the memorization of such impressive words will do in shaping their character. Later, we'll be joined by organizers in Missouri who reflect on how to take the energy of anger in the protesters and use it to create constructive change across the country.
As the citizens across the country continue to react to the Grand Jury's decision in Ferguson Missouri to file no charges against police officer Darren Wilson in the shooting death of unarmed teen Michael Brown,
In her final show until March 1, 2015 (she is taking a sabbatical to work on a writing project), The Authentic Woman Host, Shannon Fisher, will interview Historian, Renee Davis, about women's roles in society from a historical perspective. Renee is a historian and devoted advocate for women’s rights. She sits on the Board of Directors for UniteWomen.org Action and served as their Executive Vice President of Political Action, also creating their "Unite Against Rape" campaign to raise public awareness of the issues of rape, human trafficking and violence against women.
Combining her love of history with her love of activism, Renee led UniteWomen.org - in partnership with several other prestigious organizations including the National Women's History Museum, the Sewall-Belmont House & Museum, and the Smithsonian’s National Museum of American History - through the planning of the Suffrage Centennial Celebration, which was a week of events in D.C. leading up to a reenactment of the Woman Suffrage Parade of 1913.
Renee is a graduate of McNeese State University, where she won a medal for her Senior Thesis, and she is currently working on her M.A. at Louisiana Tech University. Renee runs a Facebook page focused on Women’s History, and she lectures about the role of social media in modern politics
The Authentic Woman is hosted by women's rights leader, Shannon Fisher. The show delves deeply into the worlds of writers, artists, celebrities, and community leaders - discovering their personal inspiration and passions. This podcast is owned by the Authors on the Air Global Radio Network LLC. Thanks to our sponsor and website professional, www.pmlmedia.com.
"Tell Them," radio show with Pastor Monica St. Hill-Morton at 7 PM (EST)
The Not Fake Fantasy Livecast Show will be LIVE on Tuesday, November 25th, 2014 at 6:00 p.m. eastern (5:00 p.m. central). For the Not Fake Fantasy Livecast Show, Host Logan Grubbs will continue the conversation with Seth Klein from Razzball to discuss lots of situations for the playoff stretch: Jeremy Hill or Gio Bernard; Phillip Rivers and Matthew Stafford's woes; Marshawn Lynch vs. Andre Ellington; and Gordon vs. Megatron vs. AJ Green.
You can be part of the show and ask your questions by calling (347) 855-8714. If you'd rather tweet your question, use the #NotFakeFantasy hashtag on Twitter and send your questions to @NotFakeFantasy.
On Monday November 24th the Grand Jury chose not to indict Ferguson, Mo., police officer Darren Wilson for any crimes related to the death of 18-year-old Michael Brown in August.
Wilson, who is white, shot and killed Brown, who was unarmed and black, in an Aug. 9 incident that has stoked anger and debate in Ferguson and beyond.
Public reaction was both swift and mixed, with reports of police using smoke to disperse crowds in some areas, while in others, protesters marched peacefully. Close to where Brown was killed in Ferguson, police officers were reportedly hit with rocks, bottles and batteries. A patrol car was set on fire.
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Join EOTM Radio hosts Carla B., Gerald E. Rose, Founder of New Order Human Rights Organization, New Orders National Spokesperson Stacee Hill, Talk Show host Stephan Wills, amongst others -- and chime in as they convene for a very special broadcast outlining and sounding off on the Grand Jurys decision, to NOT indict Officer Wilson.
Listeners can call LIVE and share their thoughts and concerns via Studio Line>> 718-664-6543
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#Ferguson #Unrest #PreservePeace
Unfortunately, our scheduled guest wasn't able to join us, so Kori did what she does best: Rolled with it!
During this short episode, she talked about our #needfordiversebooks as it relates to #ferguson, her successful (and first) virtual book launch for her children's book Dante, the end of year guest line-up, and the 2015 programming schedule.
Thanks for listening! We'll be back next week with Renee Prewitt.
Show Time: 9:30 a.m. CDT/ 10:30 a.m. EDT/ 7:30 a.m. PDT/ 8:30 a.m. MDT
Originally from India, Chef Maneet Chauhan earned a bachelor's degree from India's top hotel management school, The Welcome Group Graduate School of Hotel Management and then interned at some of India's finest hotels and kitchens, including the Taj Group, Oberoi Hotels and Le Meridian. She continued her culinary education in 1998 by enrolling in the CIA's baking and pastry arts associate degree program graduating with top honors, while earning numerous service and scholastic achievement awards.
She started her career working for a family owned, fine-dining Indian restaurant in Cherry Hill, NJ before moving to Chicago to rise above 40 male chefs and be chosen as the opening Executive Chef at Vermillion, a Latin-Indian fusion restaurant. She also was the opening chef at Vermillion in NYC and during her tenure at the restaurant, earned many accolades including best import to New York City by Time Out Magazine.
After eight years Chef Maneet branched off on her own founding India culinaire, an avant-garde culinary and hospitality company. She was the only Indian female competitor on The Iron Chef and is now a judge on Food Network’s hit show Chopped. The show was nominated for a Critic’s Choice award and earned her a James Beard Award for Excellence. She has tremendous zest and has just opened a restaurant in Nashville, apart from embarking on a 21-city book tour promoting her new book Flavors of My World.
Listen to Chef Maneet in conversation with MR Rangaswami as she discusses her life, her successes and the hardships of rising to the top of a competitive industry.