• Author, Miranda Parker

    in Books

    Author of The Evangeline Hunter Bounty Series, Miranda Parker, discusses her novel, "A Good Excuse to Be Bad".

  • 01:34

    REAL TALK LIVE 216 PRESENTS SPORTS ROUNDTABLE-ONE NIGHT ONLY

    in Current Events

    Real Talk Live Presents Sports Rountable for ONE NIGHT ONLY! Yes Real Talk Live 216 we have their 1st Sports Roiuntable talking on various topics from Serena Williams, Tiger Woods, Johnny Manziel, Josh Gordon, Ray Lewis, Tom Brady, Floyd Mayweather, The Cleveland Cavaliers,  Bruce Jenner and so much more. The lines will be open so call in at (646) 929-0243 and join the conversation. Chat room will be open as well. Real Talk Live 216 will leave no topic on the table because we are going all out on this first ever SPORTS ROUNDTABLE SHOW on Real Talk Live 216.  

  • 00:36

    The Hip Hop Roundtable Ep.1

    in Culture

    Doobz,E$co and Eric disuss the latest in hip hop news!!

  • 01:06

    National & International Roundtable

    in Current Events

    Ricki Stevenson has served as creative thinker, lead guide and CEO of Black Paris Tours since its inception in 1998. Stevenson, a native of Oakland, California, is a former New York and Bay Area TV/Radio news anchor/reporter and talk show host.  Ricki holds the distinction of having worked as a United Nations radio correspondent and as one of the first Black international travel reporters. She holds a master's degree in education and history from Stanford University, with an emphasis on African and African American history. Stevenson says her dream of living in Paris began when her Mother, a former dancer, took her to see Josephine Baker perform when she was three years old.  Over the years, her dream was fueled by interviews with some of the famous who fled racism in the US to live or spend time in Paris: Ray Charles, Earth Kitt, artist Lois Mailou Jones and choreographer, Geoffrey Holder. The idea for Black Paris Tours grew out of that dream and her six years work as an international travel reporter.

  • 00:45

    THE NATIONAL SUPERINTENDENT'S ROUNDTABLE

    in Education

    THE NATIONAL SUPERINTENDENT'S ROUNDTABLE


    COMMON CORE AND BEYOND


    Jim Harvey, Executive Director of the Roundtable is our guest to discuss this 'think tank''s role in Common Core, Community Response and Assessment


    www.superintendentsforum.org   @natlsuperntndnt


     


    Presented by KNOWLEDGEWORKS


    www.knowledgeworks.com     @knowledgeworks

  • 01:03

    National & International Roundtable

    in Current Events

    The ’68 Olympics is most remembered by the bowed heads and raised fists of Tommie Smith and John Carlos. Afterwards, the United States team swept the individual 400 meter dash. Ron and his teammates stood on the podium during the medal ceremony wearing emblematic black berets. Ron’s second trip to the victory stand, with his gold medal winning 4x400m relay teammates, also included a silent stance against racial discrimination in the United States. These protests not only represent some of the most memorable moments in Olympic history but an important milestone in America's civil rights movement as well. The 4x400m relay event provided not only an exciting race, but a historic event.  Ron’s time of 43.2 seconds was the fastest 400-meter relay split in track and field history and stood for more than 20 years! 


    His time was ultimately responsible for the United States’ world record setting time of 2:56.16, which shattered the world record by over three seconds and was unbroken for 25 years.  In addition to the collective gold, Ron captured the bronze in the individual 400-meter race where the United States swept the medal stand at the ’68 Olympics, in doing so Ron ran the fastest 400 meters ever run in lane #1 at 44.4. Although Ron’s Olympic achievements are stellar, and his performance in the 4x400 meter relay proved to be phenomenal, his story of triumph in the face of adversity began long before the ‘68 Olympics.

  • 02:58

    the roundtable hosted by King bee racing

    in Automotive

    Texas grudge talk with some of the best grudge racers around

  • 01:36

    the roundtable hosted by king bee racing

    in Automotive

    grudge talk about the upcoming events in texas n louisiana this weekend the season openers everywhere call in let us know what you thinking 

  • 01:02

    National & International Roundtable

    in Current Events

    Dr.George Stewart is an Adult, Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist who has worked with traumatized foster youth for 30+ years. A graduate of Harvard College and Columbia Medical School, he initially completed his training in Family Medicine at the University of Washington and at UCSF. He then worked as a Family Physician for several years in an impoverished barrio near San Jose, California. He returned to complete his training in Adult and Child and Adolescent Psychiatry at UC Davis.


    Working with Seneca Family of Agencies, a large non-profit providing a variety of mental health services to youth and their families, in various treatment settings in Northern California, he was able to observe repeatedly the overuse of medications with traumatized youth who had behavior problems.  He spent much more time tapering youth off of medications than he did prescribing them.


    He is extremely pleased that the Mercury News' Series on "Medicating Our Youth" is attracting a lot of attention to a long-neglected population. 


     D'Anthony was born in 1995 in Oakland, California  and is a foster home youth and will share with us his experiences in foster care. He likes making beats and his favorite producer is DJ Mustard. D'Anthony says he "enjoys breathing and waking up every day and  thinking God he's alive."

  • 01:02

    National & International Roundtable

    in Current Events

    Guests: Investigative Reporter Karen de SA, and Dr. George Stewart Psychiatrist.


    For the past four months, the Bay Area News Group has been documenting the alarming use of psychiatric medications in California's foster care system -- and the impact on thousands of vulnerable kids who suffer the consequences.


    Here, in Part 5 of our investigative series "Drugging Our Kids," we present a documentary video that gives voice to many of these young people, who say they were silenced during their youth by the powerful drugs.


    From Los Angeles to the Bay Area to Humboldt County, reporter Karen de Sá and photographer Dai Sugano interviewed more than 175 people, including dozens of current and former foster youth who were frequently moved and heavily medicated by a system that struggled to manage their complicated childhoods.


    Now, there's a growing call for change among former foster youth, psychiatrists, public health nurses and youth advocates. The stories of lost childhoods and remarkable resilience provide compelling lessons on how California can better address their trauma and stop "Drugging Our Kids."

  • 01:07

    The Roundtable Of Sport City

    in Sports

    The table is set!! All topics to look into for the evening as well as the events set to jump off for the weekend.  Join Chandler Knight aka Nostradamus and Tyrone Powell TP Tymeless as well as the other chefs that may come jump in the Kitchen and grab their spot and plate at this Roundtable.  Food For Thought Y'all do the dishes, so tell a friend to tell a friend that its the Sport City Chefs AGAIN!!  And if they don't know.... NOW THEY KNOW!!!!!!

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