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Join Travel Brigade in Lexington, Kentucky - “The Horse Capital of the World.” We’ll visit Keeneland Race Course, a National Historic Landmark where races have been held every spring and fall for decades, and we’ll even interview a “Betologist” who helps novices learn how to have fun playing the ponies. Next, we’ll go to Kentucky Horse Park to see famous horses and breeds from abound the world. We’ll also head out to the rolling hills of historic Shaker Village at Pleasant Hill. Enjoy the trip! Follow us on Twitter @TravelBrigade.
On this episode of Gossip Village we will be discussing a heavy topic; Domestic Violence.
"Around the world, at least one in every three women has been beaten, coerced into sex or otherwise abused during her lifetime. Most often, the abuser is a member of her own family."
Crystal Alexis and Yara Kaleemah will divugle in a serious discussion with Author Cachet Jonhson. Most victims of Domestic Violence, fail to report it out of fear. As advocates against Domestic Violence, we say the time to speak up is NOW.
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Did you know that for every $1 that invested in the Film/TV industry it bringsx $11 back to your local economy?
TCE Radio talks (Film/TV Business) with CEO, Mr. Len Gibson about the 9th Annual Peachtree Village International Film Festival (PVIFF) happening in Atlanta September 26 - 28, 2014. Great opportunity to connect in both spaces the Talent and the "folks behind the scenes" who REALLY makes the TV and Film world Pop!
Mr. Gibson will be join by student screen writers - Korey Haggans: "Deadly Smiles"; Charlene Denney: "Breach of Duty"; Melanie Haas: "By Chance"
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Some people would say that Side Chicks are winning! The question is, when is it acceptable to date a married man? How does it change the dynamics of either relationship? Should the spouses be honest with on another. Find out what Crystal Alexis and Yara Kaleemah have to say about the matter. Chime in on the conversation and let us know how you feel.
Mr. Mack has a life mission to build and develop a durable financial empire geared towards educating his community and beyond. His career in equity markets began in Detroit, Michigan as a stock trader and later as a trader for the largest NASDAQ trading firm in the nation, Knight Securities. He established his own financial awareness group in 2003 where he began to publish regular newsletters about various financial related issues that were of interest to people from all income levels.
In addition to being a financial advisor working with many prominent clients across the U.S., he charitably lends his support to inner-city communities by coordinating workshops and creating economic empowerment initiatives that teach the principles of understanding the power of financial literacy. Unions, churches, government-subsidized housing communities, municipal programs, nonprofits, inner-city organizations, international communities and especially colleges and universities have benefited from the financial workshops/programs that he has developed and instructed through Optimum Capital Management.
Ryan has also authored his book “Living in the Village”; has been profiled in Tavis Smiley’s Covenant and Action (a New York Times Bestseller); co-authored a book with Kevin Powell entitled “The Black Male Handbook”; featured in Black Enterprise, African American Family, The Source & NV Magazine; contributes regularly to Huffingtonpost.com, The Network Journal, Fortune, and Black Enterprise; received the Top 40 Ander 40 Achievement Award from The Network Journal; was inducted by Medgar Evers College (where he currently serves as a board member) into its national honor society PI ETA KAPPA as a honorary member; and received Tom Joyner’s “Hardest Working Financial Advisor Award” because of his efforts to empower the community with the crucial life skills of financial literacy.
Tonight we will chat with several of the authors of TERROR TRAIN and publisher James Ward Kirk. Joining us tonight are Alex S. Johnson, Jeremy Mays, Jim Goforth, Lori R. Lopez, Mary Genevieve Fortier, Stuart Keane and Tony Bowman.
The Terror Train rides, from city to city, from village to village, through states, across rivers and mountains. If only it could tell its tales of grisly murder, of demonic pacts, black holes into different dimensions and portals to other realms where the ghosts of train robbers hunt in perpetuity for that elusive bullion filled carriage that cost them their immortal souls. Behold the terrors the train has witnessed, see firsthand the horrors it has lived through and when you get on board, pray, pray you've entered the right one, on the right track, the one that does not lead to oblivion...
Terror Train contains stories by new and established authors, with a guest story by William F. Nolan. All aboard!
Visit Amazon to purchase this Anthology on Kindle and in Paperback: http://www.amazon.com/Terror-Train-Mathias-Jansson-ebook/dp/B00KYWRWS2
We will be premiering two poems from the book. "Death's Viper" by Lori R. Lopez and "Midnight Train" by Mary Genevieve Fortier.
There will also be another episode with MORE of the authors on August 13, 2014.
Saving The Village - The Black Consideration Round Table Session..
Tonight Uncle Ernie will hold the Black Condition Round Table with guest speakers
Chris Irving of OneStop
Mark Fischer Community Activist
Amy Jacobs Entrepreneur
Andrew Thompson of 4C's
Hopelessness is at the root of violence plaguing poor, black communities. Poverty, family dysfunction and cultural decay contribute to the feeling of hopelessness pervasive throughout black inner-city communities.
Solomon, the Bible's wisest man, said "hope deferred makes the heart-sick." There are sick hearts in America's black communities. When you strip a man of hope, you have stripped him of his humanity, his respect for his own life and the life of others.
Poverty, family dysfunction and cultural decay are not unique to the black American experience. All races experience those problems. What is unique to the black experience is the feeling of hopelessness born of 400 years of unabated legalized discrimination.
What does each generation have to offer another? Can we as elders learn from the babies and teens and young adults? What can we offer the younger generation? Do you take the time to really listen to what someone older or younger has to say?
Maybe if we all slowed down for a bit and really listened we might actually learn something or be able to guide someone who really needs the guidance.
You can get a hold of Lydia, Nina and Brenda at lnbp2e.com or email at firstname.lastname@example.org We look forward to your comments or show suggestions.
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We open with an interview with author, Doris I. Mangrum, whose A Soiled Identity: From Triumph to Tragedy and Back Again, tells the story of Darnell Cookson, former Marine and former felon as he rejoins society. However, this is not a typical rehabilitation story. Told in the protagonist's voice as if we were seated in his home one evening getting to know one another, we meet Darnell just as he arrives home from prison to new wife, new child and many relationships he has to restore, like that between he and his two older daughters by a prior marriage, and his kid brother who is making a bit too much money fast. Darnell tries to hold his head up when applications are rejected and interviews have no follow-up calls, but it is hard. Darnell's reentry is a community venture; each chapter ends with what Mangrum calls, "Choice Moments" where her audience gets to imagine a "what if?" In "Live Your Life," the reader is invited to learn from Darnell's experiences while we also gear up to participate in an "Idea Infusion," which per chapter is a way to make the returning veteran or prisoner feel welcome and supported (171). Visit https://www.facebook.com/LetsSaidiana
Musicians Damu Sudii Alii and Paul Tillman Smith join us to talk about the music, of course, but also a wonderful music series in two Oakland resturants. The Wednesday & Sunday, Jazz Jams sessions are free and open to professional musicians to sit in on and play. www.chumpchange.com
The Village of Peace (SFJFF 2014) tells the story of the Hebrew Israelites, African Americans who moved from America to establish a home in Israel. Directors and producers join us this morning to close the show: Ben Schuder, Director/Producer and his brother Sam Schuder, Producer. www.villageofpeacemovie.com
Join us Tuesday, July 29 at 8pm eastern time with singer/songwriter Georgie Jessup. Listen as we delve into her successful music career from, releasing 5 CDs, 5 WAMA Nominations, Film and Documentaries, to working with autistic children. She is a soul-shaker, norm-breaker, longtime advocate for indigenous peoples' rights, political prisoners, and transgendered people.
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This is "The afrikan Village Community Podcast"
With yours truly moderator and host Jaycee a.k.a. AfroBlack who will use his mic to chucka, chucka' ya wit liberated conscious Truth.......This Saturday's topic and subject matter is titled,
"Did Willy "Lynch" The Black Woman's Independence ?" pt2
This is a subject matter most avoid due to it's controversial personal verbiage that kindles anger and discourse. Afrikan/blacks here in the US and abroad are so disconnected that we refuse to deal with deep seeded psychological issues that are effecting us as a whole. We are a people that can and will adapt and survive no matter the conditions and circumstance but as it stands today our assimilation into this country has destroyed the fabric and psyche of the black community. This is verified in the black community it self by updated statistics on problematic family issues and high divorce rate as well as the high black incarceration and victimization that continues in spite of what we know the system remains the same and yet we continue in hope of a better day.
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