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Join Michele Aikens, publisher of Sepia Prime Woman Magazine and Sharonda Cawthon every Saturday morning as we unwind from the week. We'll talk about current events, and what's important to you. And we do it with humor, fun and inspiration. Get your coffee, fuzzy slippers and connect with your girlfriends every Saturday on BOLD Movers Radio.
This Saturday we start a series of discussions on The Power of Your Story. Bathsheba Wyatt-Draper will be on the line talking about the impact of crossing the Pettus Bridge in Selma, Alabama. Are we telling our stories so that the next generation can keep moving, or will the fight for civil rights die with our current generation? Tune in and share your thoughts at 914-803-4503.
he ALFO Show
ADVANCED URBAN PROGRESSIVE ALTERNATIVE Poliitical TALK RADIO
Tonight: "The Robber Barons of America"
While we are not looking, the Congress is working to steal from the poor, repackage and give it to the rich corporations and 1%ers. REPEAL THE ESTATE TAX??? Really ?
Join us in the discussion. ALFO will drill down.
The Nexus of Politics, Truth and Common Sense? LIVE and call-in broadcast which reviews, analyzes and discusses the major political events and consequences in America. From government policy to congressional and executive decisions. From public policy to public outrage . . . it is ADVANCED URBAN PROGRESSIVE POLITICAL TALK RADIO. THE ALFO SHOW provides political Insight, Analysis and Review.
ALFO challenges the weak, knee bending, shadow fearing leadership and politics in America. EveryFriday night he is challenging Black people to pick up the mantle. He provides a scathing critique of racist politicians, corporate controlled and paid for public policy maker and those who support them.
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ALFO is ON THE AIR and ON the CASE
ALFO serving his politics with Hot Grits.
A weekly radio Ras Tafari reasoning rendez-vous.
Half of the field for the Elite Eight was determined Thursday night, and after tonight, the final eight teams will remain. We'll discuss Kentucky rolling over West Virginia, Notre Dame spraying three-balls left and right in the second half over Wichita State, Wisconsin squeaking by North Carolina, and Arizona getting past Xavier.
Also, we'll go over what happened Friday night, and what we think will take place in the Elite Eight. Who should move onto the Final Four? Is Kentucky still the clear-cut favorite with no team coming close?
A fictionsal account of a true story involving someone who emancipated from his flock, family and personal identity. Written by yours truly. It's a hypo-series.
Povery makes people suspicious and the residents of Villa Azul who live in the crossroads of the San Fernando Valley are no different. An influx of Section 8 recipients have invaded the lot, some with life skills and some with life perils. Some of the tenants are jovial comrades while others are plotting Sherlocks, wondering when the schizophrenic onsite manager will uproot their fragile existence next. Aram, a quiet man, who resides in 2B seems to be a steady man with few external interests. When the apple cart of Villa Azul is uncovered, the whole tenancy issue may backfire and no one will survive the wrath of the management and housing authority.
S.M.I.L.E.3E presents Elder Kathy Kendall "GOD Still Heals"
Shemetah (sabbatical year or sheviit literally "seventh) is the seventh year of the seven-year agricultural cycle mandated by the Torah for the Land of Israel and still observed in contemporary Judaism. During shmita, the land is left to lie fallow and all agricultural activity, including plowing, planting, pruning and harvesting, is forbidden by halakha (Jewish law).
Israel set aside $29M for the farmers who obey the Shemetah Law (the Israel government believes that God will bless the land if they obey the Shemitah). “While the Shemitah was designed by God to be a blessing to the people, when it was not observed, and when the people walked away from God, it became a curse,” A Jubilee is a Sabbath of Sabbath years (7x7 years=49 years, so rest on the 50th
Jubilee: Jubilee is the institution described in the book of Leviticus (25:8-24) where it is stated that a series of forty-nine years [was] to be counted (there is considerable uncertainty as to the date from when the counting is to begin, but traditionally it is from the creation of the world) and every fiftieth year declared a special year during which there was to be no agricultural work; all landed property was to revert to its original owner; and slaves were to be set free. The name Jubilee is from the Hebrew word yovel, “ram’s horn,” the year being so called because a ram’s horn was sounded when it was proclaimed (Leviticus 25:9). Since this verse says: “[Proclaim liberty] throughout the land for all its inhabitants,” the Talmudic view is that the Jubilee was not observed during the Second Temple period because the majority of Jews no longer lived in the land of Israel.
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Writer/critic Bennet Pomerantz has guests including some of the fresh indy authors, artists and media guests on the Betty Award winning ANYTHING GOES
Bennet's Guest tonight is Jennifer Raygoza
Jennifer Raygoza also known as the rebel of writing, burst through the writing scene in 2012 with a vampire series called, The Guardians. It was a story originally written just for fun, but ended up being self published our of curiosity. Little did she know the series would be strongly embraced by vampire readers. Since then this down to earth, California girl has been picked up by Crushing Hearts and Black Butterfly Publishing. She has recently released two short stories and a poetry book that includes work from her youth.
WHAT CAN YOU EXPECT WHEN YOU READ HER BOOKS?
She break hearts, kills bad guys and gives you characters that make you fall in love. This writer will have you turning pages and thirsting for more.
Tonight brother Malik will be discussing the evolution of the television and the transition from its simplistic model to it more decadent sophisticated model and the evolution of the shows