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  • 00:31

    WORLD WIDE AFRICA THE VOICE OF THE PAN AFRICAN MOVEMENT

    in Politics

    Tonight how is the transportation issues to the hospital destructive to the BLACK COMMUNITY. Is there in fact a need for The Black Panther Party's People's Free Ambulance Service which provides free, rapid transportation for sick or injured people without time-consuming checks into the patients' financial status or means. Adequate ambulance service has long been a problem in Black communities 
    across this country. Hospitals either blanketly refuse to send their ambulances into Black communities or charge exorbitant prices if they  do offer the service. 
    The People's Free Ambulance Service operates with at least one ambu­lance on a twenty-four-hour emergency basis, and from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. on a nonemergency or convalescent basis. The services provided by this survival program are totally free. People are transported to and from the hospital doctor'so hospital a modern comfortable ambulance by courteous, efficient and knowledgeable attendants.


    The number of ambulances and other necessary equipment will vary with the size ofthe city to be serviced, but at least three to four ambulances should be used in large metropolitan areas with sizable Black communities. 
    Ambulances should contain oxygen equipment for those patients who may need it en route to the hospital; other health supplies such as first-aid kits; and most important, dispatch radio equipment so that the ambulance drivers can be in constant communication with headquarters. 1be radio equipment should be of the highest possible quality so that it will have minimal mechani­cal failures. 
    One or more nonemergency vehicles are used to transport the convales­cent to the doctor; clinic, or hospital. 

  • 00:30

    WORLD WIDE AFRICA THE VOICE OF THE PAN AFRICAN MOVEMENT

    in Politics

    The Sickle-Cell Anemia Research Foundation has raised the consciousness ofthe community, first by giving it the basic facts about the disease, and second by bringing to its attention the neglect of the disease in medical research. The community has learned through the foundation 's program that the people  themselves can organize and find solutions to the problems that daily affect their survival. HUEY P. NEWTON The 63rd session of the UN General Assembly in December 2008 adopted a resolution on the “recognition of sickle-cell anaemia as a public health problem,” and urged Member States and UN organizations to raise awareness of SCD on June 19 of each year.21 Despite the fact that the UN has called for global efforts “to bring the disease out of the shadows,” relatively little attention has been given to assessing the burden of SCD and how to reduce it in Africa, where about 85% of children with SCD are born.22 In 2010, the WHO Regional Office for Africa proposed a SCD strategy in official recognition of the fact that this disease is an important cause of child mortality in many African countries.23 Enough is already known to justify investment in public health SCD programs, such as those already in place for other conditions (e.g., HIV or malaria), for promoting widespread screening, health education, and treatment to prevent or manage SCD complications.

  • 02:01

    Black History Month: Capitalism and The Black Community

    in Politics Progressive

    Capitalism has effected the African American since our arrival in the New World. It shape the instution of slavery. It drove Reconstruction policies. It continues to help grow and oppress the African American. We have made it work for us and it has worked against us. So in keeping with the Black History month theme, Down South and Dirty is going to talk Capitalism and The Black Community. How savy business men and women have shape our economy. How we as consumers have driving this economy and the historical points of intrest that have made our community what is today. From Madame CJ Walker to Oprah we will look at this subject the way you know and expect from Down South and Dirty. So pull up a seat in the seating room because it is cold as a mug in GA....and Let's talk Dollars and Sense. Let Talk Capitalism!! It's Down South and Dirty Baby! Also Join us for our weekly Bern Treatment with Anoa Changa as we talk New Hampshire Primaries and the Democratic Debate and we will talk about Super Delegates Join in on the disscussion on our Facebook and Twitter or call at 657 383 0995. *2min per caller

  • 00:14

    The C.S. Podcast Temarrick Hemingway intvw (2016 NFL Draft Prospect, TE, SCSU)

    in Football

    2016 NFL Draft Prospect, TE out of South Carolina State University, Temarrick Hemmingway joins Chris Shanafelt on The C.S. Podcast.

  • 02:13

    The Falcon Forum Think Tank on LIBRadio / Sundays from 9 AM PDT / Noon EDT / 5

    in Culture

    Our Sunday think tank features analysis of news, research and educational programming and incorporates cutting-edge research with deep background to current news stories as well as practical insights on how to make progress a regular part of our lives.  We cover culture, history, education, economics, business development, health and disease prevention, along with a broad spectrum of other human endeavors.  Our aim is to create a peaceful, prosperous and sustainable society wherein all of our children can live toward their greatest potential.


     

  • 00:30

    New Hampshire South Carolina New Jersey Devils Martin Brodeur

    in Current Events

    Topic 1: New Hampshire Primary Review


    Topic 2: South Carolina Debate Preview


    Topic 3: New Jersey Devils


    Topic 4: Martin Brodeur Ceremony

  • 01:38

    Smooth Jazz Gospel Sunday 2-14-16

    in Indie Music

    Welcome to Smooth Jazz Gospel Uncut, here on Blogtalkradio.  A Unique Blend of Jazz with Truth Music and always Smooth.  Growing up in the South i was expose to different musical instruments.  My early teens i made the decision to go with the Brass Section.  That being said i chose to playTrumpet.  Being in a Marching band as well as Concert band my love for Jazz came into play. Hearing music on radio in different cities began to shap what i wanted to be in life.  I chose Radio Broadcasting.  Moving to New Orleans for some training in radio i began to love "Smooth Jazz"  mostly heard on WYLD radio.  Moving back to Mississippi which is mostly a "Blues Music" State i wanted our people to hear this sound.  Fast Forward in time now with my own show on The "Men-Empowered" radio group i present to you Smooth Jazz Music, with a touch of Truth, and HebrewStyle

  • 00:58

    Hell over Hillary!

    in Politics

    Good morning, today on The Meter we will cover the New Hampshire election results as Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders won their perspective parties' primaries by wide margins. In a rally prior to the vote Secretary of State Madeline Albright under Bill Clinton said there's a nice place in hell for women that don't support each other. Both parties had spark flying debates, leading into South Carolina, the next showdown. Donald leads the rest of the pack by nearly 20 points in the polls while Clinton leads Sanders. Breaking news last night was the death of Chief Justice Antonin Scalia. Scalia was appointed by Ronald Reagan in 1986 and was confirmed 98-0 in the Senate. Scalia was a conservative icon on the high court known as a traditionalist and wrote many descending opinions. Please join the discussion at 9:00AM. THhe call in number is 347-308-8933. Your input is essential.

  • 01:08

    TalingCARZ "LIVE"@ Chicago Auto Show 2016

    in Sports

    TalkingCARZ.com presentZ the 2016 Chicago Auto Show "LIVE" 


    @ The Nation's LARGEST AUTO SHOW with CEO Steve Tomaszewski 


    Special Guests: Randi Payton in New York, Brian Armstead in Washington DC


    Jeff Kadlec in Phoenix and HondaProJason in Chicago!


    CALL IN 1-909-202-8714  press 1 to TALK CARZ!


    McCormick Place, 2301 S. Lake Shore Drive, Chicago, Illinois, 60616. Map It.


    The Chicago Auto Show utilizes more than 1 million square feet in the North and South Exhibit Halls of the McCormick Place complex. McCormick Place offers a total of 2.7 million square feet of exhibit halls with an additional 700,000 square feet of meeting room availability.


     

  • 03:00

    Pan-African Journal: Special Worldwide Radio Broadcast

    in Politics

    Listen to this special edition of the Pan-African Journal: Worldwide Radio Broadcast hosted by Abayomi Azikiwe, editor of the Pan-African News Wire. This edition will feature our regular PANW report with dispatches on the warning by the Islamic Republic of Iran regarding the suggestion that Saudi Arabian troops will intervene in Syria on the side against the government of President Bashar al-Assad in Damascus; the South Sudan SPLA-IO leader and current re-appointed Vice-President Reik Machar says he will not re-locate to the capital of Juba until the demilitarization process is complete; there was a large demonstration in the capital of Burundi in support of the government of President Pierre Nkurunziza on Feb. 13 amid reports that neighboring Rwanda plans to relocate refugees from Burundi to another African state; and the Walter Rodney Commission of Inquiry in Guyana says it has completed its report on the assassination of the African and Caribbean historian who was killed in June 1980. In the second hour we continue our recognition of the 90th anniversary of African American History Month which was founded by Dr. Carter G. Woodson in 1926. We look at the problems of African American historical periodization through a lecture delivered by Professor John Hope Franklin in 1969. Finally in the third hour and related to African American History Month, we present more primary source documentation commemorating the 50th anniversary of the Black Panther Party.

  • 02:17

    The Helios Biblios Hour (book of t he SUN) : The Deadly Wound That Was Healed

    in Current Events

    On Saturday, July 16, 1054, as afternoon prayers were about to begin, Cardinal Humbert, legate of Pope Leo IX, strode into the Cathedral of Hagia Sophia, right up to the main altar, and placed on it a parchment that declared the Patriarch of Constantinople, Michael Cerularius, to be excommunicated. He then marched out of the church, shook its dust from his feet, and left the city. A week later the patriarch solemnly condemned the cardinal.Centuries later, this dramatic incident was thought to mark the beginning of the schism between the Latin and the Greek churches, a division that still separates Roman Catholics and Eastern Orthodox (Greek, Russian, and other). Today, however, no serious scholar maintains that the schism began in 1054,In addition, since the ninth century, theological controversy had focused on the procession of the Holy Spirit. In the life of the Trinity, does the Spirit proceed from the Father only, or from the Father and from the Son (Filioque in Latin)? The Western church, concerned about resurgent Arianism, had, almost inadvertently, added the word to the Nicene Creed, claiming that it made more precise a teaching already in the creed.


    The Roman Catholic and Orthodox churches have been at odds for over 1,000 years. Friday's meeting in Havana — where Pope Francis and Patriarch Kirill will sign a joint accord — could be a critical step towards helping heal the rift.


    It took two years for the Holy See and the Patriarchate of Moscow to hash out the terms for the meeting — not long in the grand scheme of things.


    The Western and Eastern Christian churches split over persistent theological disputes in 1054 — and formally separated in 1438.