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  • 00:59

    Small Changes Big Shifts: Living Life to The Fullest With Happiness and Laughter

    in Health

    Joining Dr. Michelle Robin on Small Changes Big Shifts is Kimberly Stern, an award-winning writer, Editor-­in­Chief of KC Magazine and co-host with Jasper Mirabile on his popular weekly radio food show, LIVE! From Jasper’s Kitchen.  Stern is a member of the American Food Journalists (AFJ) and Les Dames d’Escoffier, an organization for women culinary professionals.  In addition, Stern is a mentor for students interested in entering the competitive world of freelance writing.
    Also on the show this week is the Reverend Carla McClellan. Reverend McClellan is an ordained Unity Minister as well as a certified Life Coach and has served as Minister of Unity of Independence, Retreat Director at Unity Village, Director of Mindfulness/Coaching Life for Awaken Whole Life Center at Unity Village, trainer and adjunct faculty for Maria Nemeth’s Academy for Coaching Excellence, and the Host of Vibrant Living www.unity.fm.   Carla writes frequently for Daily Word and Unity Magazine. 

    And you’ll also meet Dr. Garrett G. Sullivan MD, Board Certified in Family Medicine and well versed in all branches of general care. He is a “specializing generalist” in every sense of the title.

  • 00:31

    Let's Do Lunch! with Kate Baldwin

    in Entertainment

    Broadway star Kate Baldwin joins host Robin Milling for Let's Do Lunch! at Village Prime in New York City. On stage at 59 E. 59, Kate gets her honky tonk on as Tammy Trip, a former Nashville Grand Ole Opry queen in Songbird; music and lyrics by Lauren Pritchard. She tells Robin she has never been to Music City but studied Robert Atlman's film 'Nashville' to prepare for the role and read up on famous female country artists like Wynona Judd and being a woman in the world of country music. She reveals her ultimate inspiration for the character looking sinewy and fit was inspired by a pop star. Her country twang came from listening to a playlist of several country singers, and one in particular became her model.

    At Village Prime, the fresh baked bread on the table was tempting, but Kate abstained as she is keeping her strict carb-free diet that she began with her husband; fellow actor, Graham Rowat, who also got in shape to play a gladiator in A Funny Thing Happened On The Way To The Forum. A foodie herself, she jokes that they may look great but they're 'exhausted and starving!' She tells Robin how they met during a run of 1776 at the Fords Theater in Washington, D.C. playing Richard Henry Lee and Martha Jefferson. Kate says their four and a half year-old son Colin is an equalizer between career and motherhood.

    Kate tells Robin her Broadway debut was as a swing in The Full Monty, and then as a dancer in the ensemble of Thoroughly Modern Millie. Learning the line dance in Songbird was plenty for Kate who jokes that she is a 'recovering dancer.'

    The menu at Village Prime consisted of Pumpkin Bisque soup, Roasted Salmon with Hudson Valley spaghetti squash and artichoke puree, Vegetable Flatbread with grilled seasonal veggies and mozzarella cheese, and Tuna Nicoise with bonito tuna, hard-boiled egg, haricot vert, potato over mixed greens.

  • 01:43

    Is Marriage For Everyone on Chatting With The Village by Moji's World

    in Relationships

    Welcome to our show Chatting With The Village on Moji's World with me your host Moji Solar - Percy, co-hosting this show with me are Sam Homer (UK) Patricia Sparkle (US), Missis Robinson (UK), Matthew Kirkwood (US), Taiwo Lawrence (US), Missis Robinson (UK).

    This week we are discussing if 'Marriage is for everyone' with our special guests Dayo Adenekan and Tai Abeleshindogba.

    This show will also be streamed live on Ustream Tv.  Looking forward to having you join us tomorrow November 22nd, 2015 at 5pm (EST), 10pm (GMT - UK) and 11pm (+1GMT - Nigeria).


  • 02:09

    ReAwakening Minds with Dr. Nialah Gilliam- Special Guest Queen Mother MaiMouna M

    in Spirituality

    QUEEN MOTHER MAIAMOUNA M’BACKE71 years ago, on December 19, 1944, Queen Mother Maimouna Mbacke began her earthly incarnation as Shirley Mae Wilkes Dickerson. By age 8, she was awakened and aware of many of her spiritual gifts. Her early spiritual education began in the Church of God in Christ. However, over the years, she has studied from many spiritual schools of thought, always a free spirit who took what was needed for her journey. She has vivid recollection of some of her past lives. She was ordained a minister at age of 21 years and rededicated at age 50. Her assignment has taken her across the USA and to West Africa. Queen Mother M’Backe worked with the late Dr. Ishakamusu Barashango and others. Her ministry included a men’s prison ministry, which employed a unique and innovative approach in dealing with the total man (mind, body, spirit). She also conducted workshops at the women’s prison. Her work includes counseling, meditation and herbal workshops. Her studies have enabled her to deal with people of many different spiritual backgrounds and ethnicities. She established the M’BACKE House of Hope Inc. in Wilmington, DE in January 1991, with a mission dedicated to spiritual, healing and empowerment of humanity in order to overcome chaos, apathy, depression, inaction and violence. On December 27, 1997 she traveled to Ghana, West Africa where she graciously accepted the responsibility of Queen Mother and was formally enstooled as NKOSOHENEMAA - Queen Mother of progress and development of the Village of Asiakwa. In 2003 Queen Mother M’Backe heeded the call to relocate to the mountains of West Virginia, where she resides today. 

  • 01:00


    in Education

    Show Overview:

    An interview with DR. GWENDOLYN J COOKE

    Dr. Gwendolyn J Cooke will be discussing her new book, "A Ninety-Day Empowerment Journal for Young Women".

    NCEBC wants to welcome the full village to question, understand, and ask questions, about governance, educational policy, finances,  resources, and  the basic democratic principles of equity, fairness, and justice. It is important (if not, vital) that we have this conversation to continue to dispel the myth that black children are incapable of achieving high test scores,  therefore public schools are incapable of providing quality education.

    "We believe in accountability. We believe that data drives decision-making. We believe in research-based practices. These principles have been used for generations by high performing schools, principals and Superintendents; especially those working and succeeding in urban communities were poverty and race are the dominant elements. This conversation is about the politics, power, economics, and restructuring of a public school system into a charter school system."

    Diana Daniels, Executive Director, National Council on Educating Black Children

  • 00:23

    Sunday Blogtorial with Dr. Karlene Richardson

    in Motivation

    What Is Happening To Our Children? Dr. Richardson explores the topic of the atrocities that has occurred with children reported in recent news, both in America and around the world. Dr. Richardson examines the role of parenting, community, and politics in the well known African proverb, "It Takes A Village To Raise A Child", made famous by Presidential Candidate, Hillary Rodham Clinton, from the title of her book, It Takes a Village: And Other Lessons Children Teach Us published in 1996. Hillary Clinton's hope for her book was to focus on individuals, not just family members, and their impact on a child's well-being. That was 1996. It is now 2015. How close are we to Presidential Candidate Hillary Clinton's focus of  her book in helping to secure our children's wellbeing?

    Join Dr. Richardson as she explores this and other topics related to the atrocities that are happening to our children globally.

  • 02:21

    All Queens Chat (Return To Sisterhood)

    in National

    This show brings the Black Woman back to the Respectable Plane where we discuss the issues of our community and being. For too long We have been the back bone of any Movement of our People and it is time for us to come back together as Sister's bring the respect back to our Gender and Families! The Village IS important! The Movement IS important Power is in OUR Hands! IT'S TIME TO RETAKE OUR THRONES! Bring your Spiritual Soulful Thoughts, Share your Solutions! Power to the People! 

    Tonights OpeningTopic :Domestic Violence against Men 


  • 02:08

    have it your way

    in Business

    Wha is on your mind?

  • 00:33

    Soap Makes a Village - Celeste Mumford

    in Women

    Initially Celeste Mumford, of J. Lexi, LLC, just wanted soaps and moisturizers that would be integral on her skin. Soaps and moisturizers that didn't have chemicals, but were sensual in scent and results. Playing with different formulas she has come up with a whole skin care and hair care system and now we get to experience a few of them through our conversation with her.

    J. Lexi uses the bounty of nature to create products that feed + nourish your skin while refreshingly uplifting your spirit. Our goal is to help you look beautiful...Naked! (truthful, unvarnished + unconcealed). Our products are REAL skin food!  we believe that 99% of what you eat for skin health can be applied topically to your skin, too!

    Connect with Ms. Mumford via J. Lexi at opulence@jlexi.com. or 973-674-7080 or Go to the website:  https//www.jlexillc.com


  • 00:29

    Ariel Tweto - Actress, Writer, Producer & Former Star of Flying Wild Alaska

    in Entertainment

    Ariel Tweto is an actress, writer, producer and is currently working on a number of projects including a new Realty TV Show as well as her own cartoon.  She is also involved in multiple projects relating to suicide prevention in Alaska.

    Ariel is best known for Flying Wild Alaska (2011), The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson (2005) and Native Shorts Presented by Sundance Institute's Native American and Indigenous Program (2013).

    Ariel is also the president and a founder of non-for-profit: Popping Bubbles. Popping Bubbles came about after an interview Ariel had with CBC Radio where she discussed suicide prevention and said, "We all live in little bubbles (never leaving the village, hanging out with only certain people, not trying a new food, not being open to different ethnicities, religions, ways of life, etc.)  ...so I want to go around and pop them!"




  • 01:38

    Birthing While Black 4 - Bold Doula & Mamatoto Village

    in Women

    Please join Denise Bolds - Bold Doula and her special guest Aza Nedhari Executive Director of Mamatoto Village as the discussion of birthing while black continues. Denise Bolds, a certified birth doula in New York and MSW is the producer and host of Black Motherhood Empowerment. 

    Mamatoto Village is a 501 (c)(3) non-profit organization, devoted to training the next generation of Community Birthworkers and Midwives. ?Mamatoto Village (MV) began in 2008 as a vision written for a graduate school paper, by Aza Nedhari. In 2012, after having worked in a for profit capacity as Doulas, and feeling as if their own training had been inadequate, Aza Nedhari and Cassietta Pringle, decided to form a collaborative partnership and bring Mamatoto Village to life. Witnessing the disparities and lack of cultural empathy in Maternal Health professions, MV founders saw a critical need for the creation of a career-training program for birth workers of color and for direct maternity support services to medically underserved populations.    

    Mamatoto's  mission is two fold: to provide complimentary and low-cost maternity support services to women and their families during pregnancy through the first year of the child's life, and to facilitate the increase of qualified women of color serving in the Maternal Health profession.                      

     Aza Nedhari can be reached on Facebook and at: http://www.mamatotovillage.org                    Denise Bolds can be reached here on Blog Talk Radio - Follow Black Mother Empowerment. She is also on Facebook as Bold Doula and at:http://www.BoldDoula.com