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Let us help you navigate this treacherous road to disability. Much easier for some than others. Tonight we will be talking about how to make your road much smoother and how to overcome the many fumbles that many people make when dealing with social security, attornies and others. We are going to teach you how to win this difficult and sometimes impossible game. We are not going to encourage you to lie, cheat, steal or manipulate the system. All of the information you hear tonight is based on hard core experience and proven methodologies. If you would like to be a part of the show and have a personal story to tell about filing for disability give us a call at 646-378-1896.
Roosevelt Mitchell III, M.Ed. was born and raised with a disability exactly like Kayden. He is also the author of "Diary of a Disability Scholar." Today Roosevelt is a Doctoral Candidate, Public Speaker, Disability Advocate,Elementary Special Education Teacher for the St. Louis Public School District and President of the RMIII Foundation, a foundation that focuses on normalizing disability in mainstream society. For more information visit http://disabilityscholar.com
We are satirical news source which provides uncensored news on numerous topics from around the world. We ransack political figures butcher them to size while keeping a keen eye on current news and events. AMCPress & Co is the brainchild of Redhood and Alison. Johnnie is our resident Techie Wizard. Redhood is our resident international news satirist along with Alison who is the feeder of jokes and frank opinions. Tonight's episode we’ll be ransacking facebook and their latest antics. News about personalized treatment in diagnosing those who have disabilities, then how a nun had no idea she was pregnant… I am sure it was a gift from above. Then how a french couple named their child 'Nutella' which the name didn't last. AMCPress & Co is also apart of the Uncensored Radio Network on Blog Talk Radio. You can find out more about Uncensored Radio at http://myuncensoredradio.com/.
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By the beginning of Ronald Reagan?s two term tenure in 1981, Hip-Hop had already learned from an early age that the system was against it. Birthed in the Bronx, Hip-Hop?s home had witnessed a cross-town freeway pummel through half of its borough, and the other half go up in flames caused by faulty electric wiring and slum lords cashing in on insurance policies. Amongst the despair, Hip-Hop still managed to thrive on the musical expression of its DJ maestros, the acrobatic expression of its b-boy dancers, the visual expression of its graffiti writers, and the vocal expression of its crowd motivators. To any rapper?s delight, The Sugar Hill Gang released one of Hip-Hop?s first singles and propelled them to the spotlight. But the now that there was spotlight, they needed to shine it on a message.
Enter Grand Master Flash and the Furious Five. Over drums, bass, and an infamous synthesizer, the first man to call himself an MC, Grandmaster Mele Mel recited the ills of his community and hardships he faced living within it on “The Message”. Mele Mel was an instrumental part in the song being released as well as broadening the spectrum of Hip-Hop content and awareness. This was in 1982.
Twenty-five years later, Hip-Hop music has broken the borders of boroughs to reach as far as Britain and Brazil. The culture is now a billion dollar industry that caters to the senses: hearing the latest tracks while watching your favorite channel. Nowadays, a consumer is only a few clicks away from getting in touch with their favorite artist. But if Hip-Hop tastes so sweet, what stinks? Maybe it?s how that same industry leaves its pioneers to the side like Monday?s trash.
This show airing 10 PM will review the report of the Office of the Child Advocate (OCA) (2014) concerning the Shooting at Sandy Hook Middle School which was published by State of Connecticut.
This analysis is based largely off of the newly released report on the Sandy Hook School Shootings that was prepared by the State of Connecticut, Office of The Child Advocate (2014). While the report addressed guns, race, privilege, psychiatry, and a host of other intervening variables, and no conclusion of why Adam Lanza did what he did, the authors of the OCA report, referring to Adam Lanza and all he came in contact with, concluded, “In the end, only he, and he alone, bears responsibility for this monstrous act” (p. 108).
People with psychiatric histories have been implicated for the acts of one person and these implications have ranged from being further discriminated against to loss of constitutional rights.
Tonight, I will review the report, offer analysis, and open the lines for your thoughts!
(267)521-0167 to be part of the program.
Jamie Dossie is the oldest daughter of three girls. Jamie was born and raised in Chicago
Illinois. She fell in love with urban novels, after her mom gave her a book by Terry McMillan
called-Mama. After reading that book she began to read another and noticed that the books
was similar to the life she was living or have seen others live. At that very moment she knew
that these were the kind of books she wanted to write someday. She could relate it moved her,
to want to write the same type of books she was intrigued that books were being written about
this urban life.
After the passing of her mom she began to write notebooks full of poems and short stories. She
knew it was a way to cope with her pain; she used this time to build her writing skills. As she
was growing up people didn’t express their dreams too often which made her shy away from
telling people that she wanted to be a well-known published author someday.
Jamie is always looking to improve her writing craft. She has a long list of great authors that she
would love to work with someday. She has written two books with one being published called
“Double Back.” She would like to tell everyone to always follow their dreams, if not someone
else will dream and live it for you. She is currently living in Chicago with her children and is
brain storming on her future projects. And she is currently working on “Double Back 3"
Samiyyah Saafir-Muhammad was born Jacqueline Glover in New York City in 1951. After spending her early years in foster care, moving four times before the age of three, she settled in with her aunt, following her father’s passing.
While still in elementary school Samiyyah took an interest in helping other students do well, joining “The Future Teachers’ Club” in the fifth grade. As a high school student, Samiyyah became aware her people’s struggle for freedom—witnessing civil rights demonstrations, protests, assassinations and riots—and decided she wanted to help somehow. It was in this atmosphere that she went off to Northeastern University in Boston where she majored in Education. Her stay there was short-lived, however, as she was introduced to the teachings of The Honorable Elijah Muhammad and thereafter joined the Nation of Islam. Within the Nation of Islam’s Muhammad University, Samiyyah underwent educational training and worked as a teacher’s assistant.
Since 2005, Samiyyah has had the privilege of serving as the Directress at Muhammad University of Islam in Atlanta, which serves students from Pre-K to the eighth grade. She has been blessed to carry on the 84-year educational tradition, which was started by the Honorable Elijah Muhammad and his brave followers in the 1930’s.
A widow after 35 years of marriage, Samiyyah presently enjoys the blessing of her and her husband’s nine children: six sons and three daughters, all of whom attended or are attending HBCUs. Samiyyah has been a mother to not only her nine children, but also to her two stepchildren, her nieces and nephews, her eight grandchildren and countless other children and adults in the community who come to her for advice, wisdom and guidance. Affectionately called MamaMiyyah, Samiyyah’s house is never empty
1st hr. 'Left Turn w/ Stewart Alexander'
2nd hr.'The Dialogue'
On 'Left Turn with Stewart Alexander', Bob Maschi, writer and social activist, returns!
Under discussion:"The Real State of the Union:
As most of us expected, President Barack Obama delivered a great State of the Union Address; however, beyond reading a great oratorical SOTU speech, how much substance was actually in it? We will also discuss where the Obama administration has fallen short and where the president has delivered (or not) on his promises over the past six years. Bob Maschi always delivers!
In 'The Dialogue., Karen Christine Patrick and Ruthann RA Amarteifio discuss the B.I.G. idea from a historical perspective. (Basic Income Guarantee)
Reminded last week of the visionary legacy of Martin Luther King, Jr., we learn that King advocated some kind if Income Guarantee. His advocacy for this solution to poverty is in the last book hewr ote before his death, Where Do We Go From Here: Chaos or Community? (New York: Harper & Row, 1967)
An article about King's final wise words about an income guarantee are found at http://www.progress.org/banneker/kingsay.html and King states, "The problem indicates that our emphasis must be two-fold. We must create full employment or we must create incomes. People must be made consumers by one method or the other. Once they are placed in this position, we need to be concerned that the potential of the individual is not wasted. New forms of work that enhance the social good will have to be devised for those for whom traditional jobs are not available."
Are you ready to release and reset your life? This short broadcast by Caithe, The Celtic Mystic from Celticai Studio. provides a free group healing message as part of the Adventure into Ascension subscription. Tune in and receive the information your body needs to begin ANEW! Click HERE to learn more about the Adventure into Ascension Individual Message Subscription.
As believers, we all tend to end our prayers something like "in Jesus' name." Why do we do this? Is it just a ritual? Listen to this broadast teaching on the importance and significance of Jesus' name. (This is a short version of my sermon that was preached on January 25th, 2015. Please visit the church service on Sundays at 3:00 p.m. to get full sermons/teachings.)
Tonight, Michael takes a short break from the NFL to welcome back John Pielli of Passed Ball to discuss the baseball hot stove, as the offseason hits the stretch run. Included: a few thoughts on the passing of Ernie Banks; the signing of Max Scherzer in Washington and more.
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