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  • 01:03

    On Air with Maya Harris, Bishop Joel Brown and Joseph Wiltz

    in Entertainment

     The Sharvette Mitchell Radio Show | www.Sharvette.com

    First Segment -


     Maya Harris of SHE 360. We will chat about the SHE's Sister Soiree happening THIS Saturday!!! 


    Second Segment - 


    Super excited to chat with my Pastor, Bishop Joel Brown, on Tuesday's show at 6:15 p.m. EST! Tune in to hear about the upcoming Winter Celebration Gathering where east coast meets west coast with Bishop Ron Gibson from Preachers of L.A. & Life Church of God in Christ! This celebration (Friday, Dec 4th at 7pm) is the 38th Annual Founder's Day honoring Chief Apostle Olive Brown ( O.C. Brown Ministries ) . Read more on my blog > http://sharvette.com/on-air-with-bishop-joel-v-brown


    Third Segment - 


     Author and Motivational Speaker, Joseph Wiltz joins me in the virtual studio on Tuesday at 6:30 p.m. EST to discuss his book, A Slave to A System of Crime

  • 01:07

    **BEST OF THE WRITE STUFF** Brown Girls Publishing -- Faith -- 12/1/2015

    in Entertainment


    Enjoy this episode of the Write Stuff with author and manager Rhonda McKnight from Brown Girls Publishing -- Faith division. 


    Today we will be talking with Rhonda McKnight, author and publishing manager of the Brown Girls Publishing Faith division.

    Brown Girls Faith is a publisher of Christian fiction and non-fiction books for the growing inspirational market. It is our mission to offer literature that not only entertains and teaches, but spurs the reader’s desire to know and love the Lord Jesus Christ more deeply.

    Rhonda McKnight is the owner of Legacy Editing, a free-lance editing service for fiction writers and Urban Christian Fiction Today, a popular Internet site that highlights African-American Christian fiction. When she’s not editing projects, teaching workshops about writing or penning her next novel, she spends time with her family. Originally from a small, coastal town in New Jersey, she’s called Atlanta, Georgia home for eighteen years.

    Brown Girls Publishing Faith division will be talking about submissions, the content and other aspects of their team. Join in the conversation at 646-595-2083, press 1 to be live on air. Or, you can download the WLUV radio mobile app. Or, click on the link here: http://tobtr.com/8112207. Tune in!


  • 00:34

    Hands Made To Hold from Darrell A. Cador

    in Entertainment

    Darrell A. Cador  has a deeply inspired by true-life novella contained in the writer’s 2010 anthology And This Too Shall Pass,‘Hands Made To Hold’ is a powerful stage play that speaks to the ravages of domestic violence and sheds an uncompromising light into the condition and course of today’s relationships.Currently Darrell is wrapping up final preparations for Darrell A. Cador Productions’ highly-anticipated stage play ‘A Black Woman’s Worth’ as well as the awe-inspiring production ‘Trouble Don’t Last Always’. Darrell also plans to transition into film and has completed the screenplay for a future project titled ‘In Harm’s Way’.

  • 02:02

    Jamaica Environmental news

    in Environment

    Jamaica Environmental NEWS~ LIVE! 

    Sunday Nov. 29th,2015

    5pm(Pacific) 6pm(Mountain) 7pm(Central/Jamaica) 8pm(Eastern)

    Hosts: Aven Peralto Nichols & Steven Smith


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    Contact us in the studio to take part in the show

    1 (914)338-1983, Use Skype, Log onto Blogtalk Chat, or FaceBook

    A Production of the Peralto JADE Foundation (USA/NGO/Non-Profit)

    JADE is Jamaica, Action, Dialogue, and Education

  • 00:30

    Jason Brown

    in Books

    Writing Under the Influence talks to indie writers and publishers. This week we talk to Jason W. Brown, author of The Nest, and Feathers in Ashes, both Roger Steele mystery books. His website is www.jasonwbrown.com. Check him out!


    in Entertainment


  • 01:22

    911 stands for killing black people and getting away with it

    in Radio

    As many of you have seen, the video of the murder of the young 16 year old black teen in chicago. This has gone on way to long for us as Black People to just saying look the other way and turn the other cheek... These pigs in uniform only look at us as being nothing but wild animals that when they cant tame us, they see it justified to shoot us down.  Yes we still have Black on Black crime which needs to be sought after, but there is no way to compare that to the senseless murders from these white racist, trigger happy darren wilson cops.


    Michael brown was running away when he was gunned down, Eric Garner was minding his own business when he was choked to death. The guy at walmart only had a toy gun when he was shot to death. a 12 year old kid in cleveland wasnt even given a warning before he was gunn down. the list goes on and on, and now u have a 16 year old black teen walking away from the cops shot 16 times.....


    a white boy can walk into a church and gun down 9 black people just to be taken alive, put a bullet proof vest on and taken to burger king.. but a 16 year old teen, is gunn down for having a 3 inch knife????

  • 00:41

    The Myths and Realities Of The Obesity Epidemic

    in Weight Loss

    The Christmas season has arrived along with the holiday fare. Most people often associate their weight gain because of the food choices they make throughout the season. However, there are holidays all throughout the year that can be associated with weight gain. Weight gain and weight loss happen all year long regardless of a particular holiday. Award-winning writer Harriet Brown set out to explore our relentless obsession with weight and thinness—with surprising results.  In Body of Truth, Brown tackles the myths and realities of the “obesity epidemic,” exposing the biggest lies driving the rhetoric of obesity. With provocative prose and razor-sharp wit, she examines our tendency to find weight scapegoats (sugar and wheat are the current favorites), gives historical and contemporary context for what it means to be “fat” (making a strong case that it’s not a dirty word), and offers ways for all of us to think about weight and health with more nuance, accuracy, and respect. In this segment of The Organic View Radio Show, host June Stoyer talks to Harriet Brown author of the best-selling book, Body of Truth, How Science, History, and Culture Drive Our Obsession with Weight--and What We Can Do About It. Do you like FREE stuff? Tune in to The Organic View Radio Show, Mon-Fri @6pm Eastern and visit our contest section at www.theorganicview.com/contests to win one of our monthly prizes! Today's show is brought to you by Eden Foods the most trusted name in certified organic clean food! Shop online at EdenFoods.com and enter the coupon code “ORGVIEW” when prompted during checkout to receive 20% OFF any regularly priced items (excluding cases). For other promotional offers, please visit TheOrganicView.com’s website.

  • 00:31

    Honoring Sacred Purpose in a Distracted World ~ Jeff Brown joins Jessie May

    in Lifestyle

    Coming up on the celebration of its 4 year anniversary ~ Jessie May's 'Sunny Side Up' Podcast is a Global Sensation! Reaching hearts all over the world with her warm, signature voice and infectious energy, Jessie May freely shares her fierce wisdom with an inspiring palette of powerful themes ~  all centered in the heart of our human experience. 

    With show titles ranging from: “What We Fear is What We Desire”, “The Nature of Love,” “Trust Grows from the Inside Out”, “Where Focus Goes, Creation Flows”, “Surrender Is the Bridge”, “The Way We Walk”, “Staying Soft in the Heart of Pain”, “The Power of Your Presence” ~ Jessie May covers topics ranging from relationships, living in the moment, connection, intimacy, communication, creativity, wellness, freedom, trust and more. With each show she unleashes the potential for living a heart-powered life ~ offering listeners valuable tools and inspiration to integrate and transform their lives.

    As part of her growing global community, she regularly welcomes luminary guests whom she effortlessly engages in great convo and deep, stimulating inquiry, laughter and insight ~ creating stimulating, raw discussion and food for thought! 

    Her roster of guests have included pioneering brave hearts and innovators, from celebrated authors and spiritual leaders like Byron Katie, Marianne Williamson, don Miguel Ruiz to local visionaries from far and wide!

    Sure to light up your week, tune into Jessie May's bright energy and ignite your heart with your regular dose of Sunny Side Up!!!


    in Radio

    Johnnie Walker began her career as a country music radio personality. She later segued to Black radio holding numerous positions, and in 1989 she joined Def Jam Recordings as a regional marketing rep. Within one year Walker was promoted to National Director of Promotion. The Sr. National Director position soon followed and positioned Walker to be instrumental in launching the careers of Redman, Method Man, Onyx, Montell Jordan, Ashanti, Sisqo and Foxy Brown!

    After 15 years of tenure at Def Jam Recordings, Walker resigned and moved to Los Angeles where she was named Head of Black Music for DreamWorks Records. Known affectionately as Ms Johnnie Walker ... in 2009 Walker assumed her current position with the City of Memphis.


  • 00:36

    First of Tha Month

    in Football

    Kobe retiring

    Thanksgiving games/Sunday NFL Matchups

    Warriors looking unbeatable 

    Awesome spoken word piece by Moise Morancy


    Adele album sales 

    Thoughts on Latest music

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