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  • 02:04

    WMP-What exactly is a “GRAND"-Jury & how does it work? Guest Judge David Shaheed

    in Lifestyle

    On Monday December 28th we heard yet another “NO INDICTMENT” from another Grand Jury; this time regarding the police shooting of 12 year-old Tamir Rice of Cleveland, OH.


     


    Join WORDS MAKE PEOPLE on Sunday January 3, 2016 from 1-3 p.m. (EST) for a thought provoking conversation with Imam/Judge David Shaheed of Indianapolis on the topic: What exactly is a “GRAND"-Jury & how does it work?


    You may be quite surprise about how this sector our our judicial system work. Who controls a Grand Jury? How are the juros selected? Who has the final word in the Grand Jury? Why is the Grand Jury process secretive? Do we put too much faith in the Grand Jury as a "savior"?


    You can listen to WORDS MAKE PEOPLE by calling 714 816-4673, then press 1 if you desire to ask a question or make a brief comment. You can listen to this show live (January 3, 2016 at 1-3 p.m. EST) by clicking on this link: http://tobtr.com/s/8185823 

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  • 01:00

    SRA featuring Acclaimed Author Min’imah Shaheed

    in Self Help

    Acclaimed Author Min’imah Shaheed will discuss Uniting the Family in the 21st Century on Thursday show. Min’imah Shaheed grew up on a farm in Arkansas with her mother, father, and nine siblings who were all sharecroppers. Advancing to Milwaukee, Wisconsin, she went back to school after getting married and rearing seven children. Mrs. Shaheed is also the proud grandmother of ten, and has six great grandchildren. She was a factory worker before going back to school. She was employed there for 10 years and everyday she said that she was going to quit. A thought would bombard her mind, such as: “You’re supposed to be helping human beings and not getting someone rich.” Each day she noticed that she was getting sicker by the moment. This condition progressed over time; eventually causing Mrs. Shaheed to quit her job.


    With a thirst for knowledge, at age 40, Mrs. Shaheed went back to school to advance her skills in basic academics. In the process, one of her instructors in her reading class asked her “To get her G.E.D. and go into the college crossover program.” Mrs. Shaheed said, “Oh no, I can’t do college work!” And his reply was, “Oh yes you can.” The math instructor said, “Mrs. Shaheed, you have great potential.” She replied, “Where.” He replied, “You have to bring them out.” So that motivated her to continue with her education. She set her goals by age 50; she would have her G.E.D. Associate and a Bachelor Degrees by age 50. But she accomplished them at 49. Mrs. Shaheed said, “Returning back to school was the best part of her life. She met many wonderful instructors and professors whom she felt helped her build self-confident.She received her Associate Degree in Human Services at Milwaukee Area Technical College and her Bachelors at the University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee

  • 02:59

    1:30 EST - Live Jumuah Broadcast followed by Commentary of Imam WD Mohammed

    in Islam

    Jumuah Mubarak!


    Today's Live Jumuah (1:30pm EST) will be broadcasted from Masjid Ash Shaheed in Charlotte North Carolina. The khatib is Imam Khalil Akbar.


    Stay tuned following the Jumuah for recordings of 'The Commentary of Imam W D Mohammed'.


    For information on the 'Share Your Jumuah' program and how your Masjid/Islamic Center can participate, go to www.cwsc.us and click on the 'What We Do' column, then scroll and click 'Share Your Jumuah' or contact us by


    Email: cwsconline@gmail.com


    Phone: (910) 317-0297


    Mailing Address:
    CWSC, Inc.
    2620 Bragg Boulevard, Ste. D
    Fayetteville, NC 28303

  • 03:00

    Retro: Twinservant, The Pearls Of Women, Your Holistic Health

    in Culture

    1st Hour: Retro: Rebroadcast of Thomas Abdul Salaam (CWSC!!)


    2nd Hour: The Pearls Of Women (Qur'anic Mondays) with Nimat Shaheed


    3rd Hour: Your Holistic Health with Dr. Abdel J. Nuriddin

  • 02:00

    "Phife Dawg Tribute" - MIDNIGHT AFTERGLOW on KLJN 107.7 with Soul Kitten

    in Entertainment

    DESCRIPTION


    K L J N 107.7


    Tonight’s episode of Midnight Afterglow we will celebrate Malik Isaac Taylor better known as “Mutty Ranks,Phife Dawg, and The Five Footer,” Phife Dawg, helped to usher in a whole new style of intelligent hip-hop along with Q-Tip (Jonathan Davis) and Ali Shaheed Muhammad, Phife founded A Tribe Called Quest, whose legendary decade-long career ended in 1998 with The Love Movement. Join me at 9 pm PST 12am EST to honor and celebrate the life and legacy of Malik Issac Taylor…


     Rest In Paradise Malik Issac Taylor November 20, 1970- March 22, 2016


    PRODUCED BY: SOUL KITTEN


    HOST: Soul Kitten


    SONG CREDITS: Various

  • 01:00

    #TurnItUpTuesdays hosted by Magi Love (@IAmMagiLove) - Tribute to Phife Dawg

    in Entertainment

    #TurnItUpTuesdays The Weekly Indie Artists Spotlight - Showcasing a Variety of Indie Music Worldwide.


    Tribute to Malik Izaak Taylor aka Phife Dawg - November 20, 1970 – March 22, 2016 


    Phife, also known as the "Five Foot Assassin" and "Phife Diggy," had been battling diabetes for over two decades after revealing the diagnosis in 1990. He founded the iconic hip-hop group A Tribe Called Quest, whose members included Q-Tip, DJ Ali Shaheed Muhammad and Jarobi White


    Phife Dawg’s Family's Statement 


    "We regret to share the news that on Tuesday, March 22nd, 2016, Malik has passed away due to complications resulting from diabetes.Malik was our loving husband, father, brother and friend. We love him dearly. How he impacted all our lives will never be forgotten. His love for music and sports was only surpassed by his love of God and family.”


    Website: GetLiftedEntertainment.com 


    Instagram: @getliftedentertainment


    Twitter: @GetLifted_Radio 


    Add us on SoundCloud


     


     

  • 01:01

    SRA featuring Min’imah Shaheed

    in Self Help

    Min’imah Shaheed grew up on a farm in Arkansas with her mother, father, and nine siblings who were all sharecroppers.  Advancing to Milwaukee, Wisconsin, she went back to school after getting married and rearing seven children.  Mrs. Shaheed is also the proud grandmother of ten, and has six great grandchildren.  She was a factory worker before going back to school.  She was employed there for 10 years and everyday she said that she was going to quit.  A thought would bombard her mind, such as: “You’re supposed to be helping human beings and not getting someone rich.” Each day she noticed that she was getting sicker by the moment. This condition progressed over time; eventually causing Mrs. Shaheed to quit her job.    With a thirst for knowledge, at age 40, Mrs. Shaheed went back to school to advance her skills in basic academics. In the process, one of her instructors in her reading class asked her “To get her G.E.D. and go into the college crossover program.”  Mrs. Shaheed said, “Oh no, I can’t do college work!” And his reply was, “Oh yes you can.” The math instructor said, “Mrs. Shaheed, you have great potential.”  She replied, “Where.” He replied, “You have to bring them out.”   So that motivated her to continue with her education.  She set her goals by age 50; she would have her G.E.D. Associate and a Bachelor Degrees by age 50.  But she accomplished them at 49.  Mrs. Shaheed said, “Returning back to school was the best part of her life.  She met many wonderful instructors and professors whom she felt helped her build self-confident.    She received her Associate Degree in Human Services at Milwaukee Area Technical College and her Bachelors at the University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee.  

  • 01:01

    Ralph Poynter:What's Happening

    in Politics Progressive

    RALPH POYNTER: WHAT'S HAPPENING - TUESDAY, MARCH 15, 2016



    NEWS ANALYSIS: What is government by murder ? - Part 2 - What does the 2016 election process teach us about American Capitalism and the act of committing gradual suicide?  Poynter, Pinkney, Siracuse, Shaheed, Meyers, Stewart
    Excerpts from the Black Writers Guild- Larry Pinkney (former political prisoner & Black Panther)
    Political Prisoner Updates- NYC Jericho/Anne Lamb &  Lynne Stewart Org./Lynne Stewart
    Thoughts about the Struggle- Tom Siracure/ Manhattan Green Party


    WE WILL NOT BE SILENT- FRIDAY, MARCH 18, -WHITNEY MUSEUM OF AMERICAN ART -6:30PM


    JOIN US AT THE LEFT FORUM - JOHN JAY COLLEGE- MAY 20 -21, 2016

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    Cultural Pearls/Global News Gathering with Qur'anic Correspondant: Nimat Shaheed

    in Women

    Cultural Pearls: Niamat Shaheed presents Global News Gathering from different time zones and addresses issues and topics with a Qur'anic perspective.

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    Cultural Pearls/Global News Gathering with Qur'anic Correspondant: Nimat Shaheed

    in Women

    Cultural Pearls: Niamat Shaheed presents Global News Gathering from different time zones and addresses issues and topics with a Qur'anic perspective.