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Join me on Faith Walk with Joyce White Tuesday Nov. 24th from 7:30 - 8:30 pm EST. This week's topic is Start Planting. First I will have the honor and pleasure to be speaking with Detrick Haddon, Clareta Haddon-Jackson, Charles Clark and Apostle Veryl Howard who will be going to Selma, Alabama to pray and march against teen pregnancy, poverty, teen criminal acts, gangs, homicides, teen drug rings, teen STD's and more. This will be the first ever youth prayer march in the state of Alabama on Dec. 6th at 2:30 pm. Next Miss Phyllis Wallace will be giving us 3 Tips for How to Live Out God's Kingdom at work. Ending the show will be actress and model Jenise Albritton to share some inspiration. You won't really get excited about the Word of God until you realize that it's more than just a collection of divinely inspired promises. It's a living force that literally carries within it the power to make those promises become a reality in your life. Log onto www.faiHYPERLINK "http://www.faithwalkwithjoyce.com/"tHYPERLINK "http://www.faithwalkwithjoyce.com/"hwalkwithjoyce.com or call 347-237-4648.
#ISIS Global Gang-banging taking #terror to the streets! We cannot take the same simplified, unqualified simple-minded approach to ISIS as was done in the war on street gangs and drugs. ISIS does not care about your economic development, blight-redevelopment plans, they don't care about your predefined template of how they should worship or war; gang wars have always been about targets and territory, product and propaganda all of which ISIS is advancing towards establishing itself as the big dog on the block globally! call-in 347-308-8988
Many attended the special premier of Spike Lee's controversial film, Chiraq last night at the Chicago Theater. Today we'll talk to some of the young men and women who viewed the movie and get their perspective: will the film's focus on sex get young people's attention? Is the idea of withholding sex to get a truce between gangs something young women would possibly agree to? Did the film handle the real matter of children shot dead in a serious enough manner? Would you recommend this movie to your friends? Do you think men and women involved in gang violence will be influenced by this film at all
The Joan Henry radio show is a fun forum for individuals who are interested in becoming an entrepreneur to connect with like-minded individuals, as well as entrepreneurs who are looking to take their business to another level to learn from other successful entrepreneurs in their respective fields. The show features guests who spoke on a variety of business related topics such as: goal setting, recognize opportunities, Mindset, creative thinking, problem solving, planning and organizing, financial literacy, taxes, branding, marketing, etc. The show also features guests from multi-level marketing, franchising, and other marketing concepts.
Reginald Foreman a Chicago, native lived with several relatives during his youth between Alabama and Florida. His mother was very unstable due to drug addiction and prostitution which led her to become very abusive. This unstable lifestyle led Reginald to get involved with gangs and engage in disruptive violent behavior.
While incarcerated Reginald attended as many self- improvement classes as possible & received over 20 certificates of completion. During his incarceration Reginald accepted Jesus Christ as his personal Lord & Savior. This led to Godly Image3 LLC, a ministries/business that showcases his inspirational and motivational writings through greeting cards, play writes, movies & fashion.
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When we see the decline of neighborhoods around some of the churches we attend, what role should the church take to restore these neighborhoods and make them safe and productive for children and families? This is the challenge many of our churches face that find themselves in distressed, poor to low income, neighborhoods. Typically, these neighborhoods have drug trafficking, gangs and violence. The Joshua Project is a ministry that attempts to mobolize churches to work together in these neighborhoods to do 3 major activities to transform the entire neighborhood; (1), Preach the Gospel and establish neighborhood bible study groups, (2), Establish neighborhood businesses to create jobs, and (3), Secure grants for neighborhood, youth, and family empowerment programs. These components will change the culture of violence that has overtaken some of our neighborhoods. Today's show will explain the origin of the Joshua Project and how your church can participate.
in Pop Culture
Government programs alone won't get our children to the promised land. We need a new mindset, a new set of attitudes, because one of the most durable and destructive legacies of discrimination is the way we've internalized a sense of limitation — how so many in our community have come to expect so little from the world and from themselves.
"We've got to say to our children: 'Yes, if you're African-American, the odds of growing up amid crime and gangs are higher. Yes, if you live in a poor neighborhood, you will face challenges that somebody in a wealthy suburb does not have to face. But that's not a reason to get bad grades; that's not a reason to cut class; that's not a reason to give up on your education and drop out of school.'"
He added: "To parents, we can't tell our kids to do well in school and then fail to support them when they get home. You can't just contract out parenting. For our kids to excel, we have to accept our responsibility to help them learn. That means putting away the Xbox, putting our kids to bed at a reasonable hour. It means attending those parent-teacher conferences and reading to our children and helping them with their homework."
What President Obama said is not new. We have heard it every day and week from pastors, community leaders, educators and, yes
Jamiel Shaw, Sr, On #JamielsLaw Radio Weekly Broadcast Tonight:
Talking about the Murder of His Beloved Son, Jamiel Shaw, II; #JamielsLaw - Deport illegal alien gangs; Donald J. Trump Immigration Plan - #Trump2016; Paris Islamic Terrorist Attacks; GOP; CA-GOP; POTUS-2016; No Refugees; Americans Murdered by Illegals; The conversation Jamiel had with Geraldo Rivera last year; The Bad & The Ugly Side of Illegal Immigration; Plus Much More.
If you can, tune in and/or join in the chatroom.
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Universal Zulu Nation 42 anniversary celebration starting tonight, and recognize 41 years of HIP-HOP and salutation to the HIP HOP Pioneers. The Universal Zulu Nation is an international hip hop awareness group form and headed by hip hop artist Afrika Bambaataa.
Originally known simply as the Organization, it arose in the 1970's as the reformed New York City gang the Black Spades, a street gang from the South Bronx. While the Black Spades were the base of the organization, other reformed gangs contributed additional members, notably the Savage Nomads, Seven Immortals and Savage Skull among others. Members began to organize cultural events for youths, combing local dance and music movements into what would become known as the various elements of hip hop culture.
In many interviews, Afrika Bambaataa has spoken of the name "Zulu" as being inspired by the 1964 film of the same name.
The imagery of the Zulu Nation has varied at times as well. During the 1970's and 1980s, Afrika Bambaataa and the Zulu Nation members would often cloth themselves in costumes representing different cultures of the world and different factions of the Zulu Nation throughout the world.
Since the 1980s, the Zulu Nation has since established branches in Japan, France, the UK, Australia, Canada, South Korea and the Cape Flats in Cape Town, South Africa.
Tonight's show looks at the abuse of children from bad parenting (1 year old Kelci Lewis in Alabama left with 8 year old where she was beat to death) and gang life (9 year old, Tyshawn Lee murdered in Chicago) and more.
Call in and be apart of the conversation or just listen 323-870-4064. Join #TimBlacksWolfPack!
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The GoFundMe money raising system on the Internet has been widely used for emergencies, including burial expenses, disaster relief, or even business investment capital. People give because they believe in the cause. The recent execution style slaying of 9 year old Tyshawn Lee was heartbreaking, and people readily came to the aid of his mother Karla Lee, donating more than 17,000 to the GoFundMe account set up to take care of burial expenses. When she recently purchased a 2015 Chrysler 200, the car dealer felt compelled to report it to the news media, and a backlash of criticism of Ms. Lee soon followed. She insisted that she made the down payment with her own money from her job, and that she needed to feel safe (obviously her family still has enemies among the gangs) but images of a selfish young black mother using burial funds to buy a new car have permeated the airwaves and social media. This morning Tyshawn will be laid to rest in a funeral ceremony at St. Sabina Church. Is Karla Lee being unfairly attacked? What measures to insure her safety have family, friends and community members offered? Will her son's father continue to draw enemies that threaten the safety of his loved ones? Was her purchase of a car the necessary thing to do to protect herself from harm?
Vinicius Machado from True Detective and Power joins Danielle, Brittany, and Producer Meleika to discuss anti-bullying, Chicago gun Violence,Hollywood, and WTF moments! Monday, November 9th 7:30PM CST! Call in to speak with Vinicius Machado and share your WTF moments to 347-850-1441!