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Before we reinvent the wheel, let's look back at and study the work of some of our bravest and boldest forerunners, such as the Black Panthers. A party that was formed to combat racism and oppression during the 60's.
Join Asha Zuri and Alex Primo, Thursday June 18th at 9 pm EST, as we dissect the aggressive philosophy and insightful programs that these brave men and women brought to our much ignored and mistreated communities across the country.
Whether it was mass organization/mobilization, survival programs, self-defense, feeding the children, or Black Nationalism and Black Pride, the Panthers were a breath of fresh air to many neighborhoods where complaints were many and answers were few.
So tune-in as we discuss the contributions of Huey P Newton, Bobby Seale, Eldridge Cleaver, Stokely Carmichael, Fred Hampton, Kathleen Neal Cleaver, and Angela Davis.
You can call-in by dialing (917)889-2830
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And as always, keep it clean and keep it on point. ?#One?
Source Nation! Join us tonight for our Healthy Cooking and Living Segment.
6 Chef Oliver is back in the kitchen with another amazing meal. Tonight's menu is, chicken provencal served with rice.
7 Dr Julissa is back in the studio with Kathy to discuss another important topic, Hormone Replacement Therapy (HRT). Tune in to find out What It Is, Is It Right for You and If There Are Other Alternatives? You definitely want to be a part of this conversation.
7:30 Kahlil Carmichael
Join us for Total Life Changes with Kathy B as she welcomes, Kahlil Carmichael of The Fitness Doctor Kahlil Carmichael into the studio to share his amazing experience since being a part of the Total Life Changes Family.
Kahlil is the owner of, The Fitness Doctor Incorporated, a fitness rehabilitation and personal training company. He is a social entrepreneur who believes in serving humanity and helping people live well physically, mentally, and spiritually. Tune in to hear Kahlil's amazing journey.
Call in and be a part of the conversation at, 619-924-0933. You've heard it here from your favorite radio station, Source Radio Network.
On today August 29, 2015 in Armstrong Park there is a commemoration ceremony that I participated in for those lost in Hurricane Katrina. It has been the most uplifting part of this day to see sisters pray together from every religion unified in the spirt of love. This is what Huey struggled so hard to make us see that the spirt of BLACK People must transcend the petty differences in every aspect of life. That racism was a wrong way to live if you were BLACK, that we should not mimic the ways of white people. To hate for the sake of difference only, and creat an environment of hate based on those differences. These are his words and they are in reference to the attitude of one who tried to hijack the Panther Party.
"When a man is consistent, you at least know what is happening and what to expect. Stokely says one thing one day and does another thing the next?.....Stokely told me he would support anyone he did not care who if the person were black. We consider this viewpoint both racist and suicidal." We must learn self love and self respect for ourselves and project that attitude, not an attitude of RIGHT IS MIGHT. These are learned behaviors former slave holders gave us and we need to unlearn this. The idea that every Black Man is a thug or a criminal came from this projected idea and caused the death of many during Katrina who were shot by police and National guard troops. No other race of men has been labeled in such a way as to make the eyes of the world see us as bad people who do not deserve to live. And that is what happened to our people here in New Orleans. They sent 10 thousand body bags because the Government felt it would be easier to let people here die than to save them. It would be easier to seize their land and creat a New Orleans that did not include BLACK ETHNIC communities and rebuild as a White Utopia.
Jerrod Carmichael is our guest. He chats about the premiere of his latest project:
“The Carmichael Show” - 9:00 p.m. Wednesdays; premiere Aug. 26. Jerrod Carmichael is an executive producer, writer and the star of “The Carmichael Show.”
A lot of exciting wrestling events are scheduled to take place in Georgia over the next few weeks. That's exactly why Wrestling with Pop Culture's Jonathan Williams and Southern Fried Championship Wrestling owner Charles Anschutz are happy to talk to two prominent guests on this week's Georgia Wrestling Now. Making his Mucha Lucha Atlanta return on Aug. 16 at the Imperial Ballroom, Florida luchador standout and former Chikara star Lince Dorado will be our first guest, discusing upcoming matches for Championship Wrestling Entertainment, Ring Warriors and LuchaT.O. Then we talk to Stokely Hathaway, who will be in the corner of Georgia's own Moose when Ring of Honor's Reloaded Tour comes to the North Atlanta Trade Center on Aug. 29, wth additional commentary by Matt "Sex" Sells. Listen live at 7 p.m. EST.
Mind of Mansion Podcast Episode 155: Matt Kelley @fantasy_mansion laments the idea that 6-4, 31-year old running backs are poised for a precipitous decline.
Follow the targets: Marques Colston is one of fantasy footballs great value plays in 2015.
Harry Carmichael and Vincent Jackson had outstanding outlier statistical seasons at age-31.
The cofirmation bias-soaked processes that produce arbitrary data ranges and statistical trickery.
Auctioning off a fantasy concierge service then reluctantly agreeing to server a beautiful customer.
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Whether or not Chip Kelly is a racist, he's definitely a bad manager of people and already a failed general manager.
Devante Davis, like Charles Johnson before him, will become a valuable receiver for an NFL franchise even after being cut.
Advanced metrics, prospect evaluations, and fantasy football information were provided by PlayerProfiler.com
PWR SLAM! says "We embrace controversy" and what we started on Monday we continue on Wednesday. The APW controversy that has gripped the wrestling community will be addressed by Chris Nelms who has past experience with APW. He will talk about his experience and the current controversy. Following that, we will talk to a long time friend of the show, Chris "Cueball Carmichael" Jackson. He has a lot of irons in the fire, even more than he did the last time we talked to him. It will be fun to catch up. Last week we weren't able to talk to Nacho Barrera. We are going to correct that by talking to him about AWA, lucha and how being a "jobber" is an art form all its own. Sean, Steve and Katie will be your guides on this adventure. You can participate via chat, Skype or phone at (347) 826-9418. You DON'T want to miss this. http://facebook.com/pwroundtable
TONIGHT IS THE FINAL LISTEN-IN SESSION DURING THE 90 DAY BLACKOUT OF MAINSTREAM MEDIA Kwame Touré, once known as Stokely Carmichael (June 29, 1941 – November 15, 1998), was a Trinidadian-American activist active in the 1960s Civil Rights Movement, and later, the global Pan-African movement. Growing up in the United States from the age of eleven, he graduated from Howard University. He rose to prominence in the civil rights and Black Power movements, first as a leader of the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC), later as the "Honorary Prime Minister" of the Black Panther Party, and finally as a leader of the All-African Peoples Revolutionary Party.
Listen to some of the sounds of the Topeka statehouse as it closes the longest session in Kansas history.
Also today Equality Kansas holds a morning rally on the 1st floor rotunda to
Join us this Friday, June 26 at 10am at the Kansas State Capitol for our Dignity and Equality Rally. Our special guest speaker will be State Representative Valdenia Winn, who is currently being persecuted for speaking her mind in a committee hearing in March. Rep. Winn, a long-time supporter of equality for LGBT Kansans, will be subjected to an inquisition and a hearing beginning Friday morning at 8:30am, with a break at 10am for the final session (“Sine Die”). Once the legislature adjourns, the hearing will be concluded with a vote to either reprimand, censure, or expel Rep Winn from the legislature.
Other speakers include:
State Representative John Carmichael
Civil rights attorney Pedro Irigonegaray
ACLU / Kansas executive director Micah Kubic
Planned Parentood of Kansas CEO Laura McQuade
Sunflower Community Action deputy director Reuben Eckles
Interfaith Power & Light director Rabbi Moti Rieber
Transgender activist Elle Boatman
Daily Kos writer Chris Reeves
The Kansas legislature’s final session this year will be Friday, June 26, at 10:00am. Equality Kansas has reserved the Statehouse Rotunda to rally for something that has been missing from their agenda for the past several years: Equality and dignity.
Thank you for joining us on The Michael Dresser Show! Today we welcome these guests to our show:
Dr. Enaka Yembe, M.D.: Author of "Grow to Success: Passion, Productivity and Perseverance!" http://www.americanstatcare.com
Matt Carmichael: Journalist who specializes in population trends and urban issues is talking with Michael today about an article he has written: The Millennial Equation: How Place Factors into Attracting Young Talent.http://www.Businessclimate.com
Charlie Wachtel: A double-kidney failure survivor who acts as an advocate/ambassador for fellow kidney patients and exposes the kidney disease industry; http://www.Facebook.com/charliewachtel
Steven C. Roberts: Author of "Winning the Money Game in College, Book 1: Finance - Any Major and Any GPA Can Finish College Debt-Free or Better!" http://www.CollegeCashChampion.com
Thank you for joining us today on The Michael Dresser Show!