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Guest speaker: Dr Mary Jo Odom-Dull is the CEO and founder of Vesicle Learning Inc., and CEO of Tower of Grace and Compassion. Chairwoman and Chief Training Officer of the Organization for Abused and Battered Individuals (O.A.B.I.), located in Trinidad and Tobago. In addition, she is the Chairwoman for the V.A.S.C.O center.
Galatians 3:28Living Bible (TLB)
We are no longer Jews or Greeks or slaves or free men or even merely men or women, but we are all the same—we are Christians; we are one in Christ Jesus.
Diversity Of The Minds Spotlight welcomes Polo the Fur King into the Red Carpet Room for what will be one hellava night!! This is his first time interview with the Network, and its going down!!!!
Please join us as we dig deep into the world of one of Jersey's most well known, and extremely talented Kings of Fur/Street couture. No stones will be left "UN-TURNED"!!!!! This event WILL be EPIC!!!! Plus, the entire network will be celebrating the birthday of the CEO of Diversity Of The Minds Rado, Mrs Authoress Carolyn B. Show her some love as we give thanks to her for the sucess she has accomplished with this network, and her life. Its going to be a fantastic evening. One that we hope you would participate in. From all of us here under the network, we want to wish you Authoress Carolyn B--(Boss Lady) a very Happy Birthday! We love you!!!! Presented by the popular Diversity Of The Minds Radio.
Join us tonight for a fun new music show.
Welcome to Classic R&B Radio Request, where YOU the listener will have an opportunity to interact LIVE on the air with our fun Music/Artist trivias, with classic r&b hits from the past. And, you'll get the chance to call in to make a special request of your all time favorite Classic R&B Jam, Or Love song, Our motto is, If we have it in our studio, we play it! So please join us inside the Red Carpet Room if your in search of some fun entertainment, music and more. You'll love this show. Presented by Diversity Of The Minds Radio.
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looking for a spot to hear some good jazz music?... Well today is your lucky day!
Welcome to Jazz Ubiquity with Djb-1. Come hangout with us this evening and leave those Monday Blues at the door. We have just what the doctor ordered!! Tonight, Djb-1 is prepared to help take that load off and play the kind of jazz music that will send sweet musical melodies up your spine. You'll love the atmosphere! Presented by Diversity Of The Minds Radio.
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George Bissell, Bret Sayre and Mike Gianella of Baseball Prospectus discuss their recent acquisition of Sean Manaea in LABR Mixed, the impact of Manny Machado gaining shortstop eligibility and why failing to invest the majority of your FAAB budget early is a potential mistake this season. Finally, Bret and Mike evaluate the sustainability of scorching hot starts by Chris Carter, Aaron Nola, Dexter Fowler, Jose Altuve and more.
Check out R&B Slow Jams every Sunday evenings inside the Red Carpet Room for a night of passion, with lots of spic added to it! Week after week we collectively form together a collection of some of the best sensual and sultry old school slow jams that's sure to spark up old feelings from the past( Good ones, we hope). And since we love to indulge in any and everything old school, tonight will be extra special. This evening we'll be featuring the sultry voice of Lionel Richie, by giving you and that speacial someone in your life, a collection of some of the best tracks this legend has ever produced. Join us for one hellava romantic night with the King & Queen, as we present you with the very best in R&B Slow Jams. You'll love the experience! Presented by, the popular Diversity Of The Minds Radio.
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Life Lessons presents....
Persian author Firoozeh Dumas pens an accurate history of US-Iran relations that will resonate in today’s political climate. Her debut middle-grade novel It Ain’t So Awful, Falafel pubs May 3rd. Dumas based much of this novel on her own experiences emigrating from Iran to Newport Beach in the 1970s. She is the author of the best-selling memoir Funny in Farsi as well as a National Council of Social Studies Spirit of America Award-winner, a PEN/USA Award finalist, a Thurber Prize for American Humor finalist, and an Audie Award finalist. A frequent commentator on NPR, Dumas’s writing has also appeared in the New York Times, Los Angeles Times, Wall Street Journal, Good Housekeeping, and more.
It Ain’t So Awful, Falafel is your first book for young readers. What inspired you to start writing for kids?
The main character in the book, you were born in Iran and moved to California as a girl. How did this experience shape you?
Humor plays a huge role in the book, and in your writing in general. What does humor mean to you? Recently, there has been a huge push for more diversity in children’s literature. Why is this important to you personally?
The novel takes place in the 1970s as Iran makes U.S. headlines with protests, revolution, and finally the taking of American hostages. Why was it important for you to share this piece of history with young readers? What books inspired you when you were in middle school?What do you hope readers take away from It Ain’t So Awful, Falafel? Tell us about the Falafel Kindness Project?
Come hangout in the Red Carpet Room tonight and listen to Djb-1 turns the studio out with his old school house party mix!
Welcome to FunKin 4 FuN with this phenomenal former mainstream Dj. Listen, If your into Funk, Soul, R&B, Classic Hip Hop, Zydeco & Blues, then you'll absolutely love the entertainment this music show brings. Djb-1 caters strickly to all the above, and he does it like no other I've heard thus far. Djb-1 also adds that extra spice by giving you a 30 min concert every week, featuring an artist of his choice. And to top the night off, he'll introduce his weekly commentary called, "Controversy" where you'll hear one of his deep, and interesting topics. So you see, we have you covered on the entertainment! All you need to do is bring ya dancing shoes, and let's sweat it out! You'll love the experience! Presented by, Diversity Of The Minds Radio.
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Author Garnet Schulhauser returns to Writestream Tuesday with Daria Anne to discuss his latest book, Dance of Heavenly Bliss:
His third book, Dance of Heavenly Bliss, continues the saga of his astral trips with Albert who takes him to meet Gaia, the consciousness of Mother Earth, two of Earth’s mythical creatures—a Sasquatch and an Irish fairy—who live in fear of humans, and a human civilization on another planet that is ruled by women. On the Spirit Side he met many fascinating souls who regaled him with tales of their lives on Earth, including Moses, Jesus and his mother Mary, Lucifer, and the goddess Athena. These trips were designed to inspire humans to appreciate the diversity of life in the universe and encourage us to love and respect one another, Mother Earth, and all the creatures who share our planet.
Garnet Schulhauser is a retired lawyer who lives near Victoria, on Vancouver Island, with his wife, Cathy, and little dog, Abby. After practicing corporate law for over thirty years in Calgary with two blue-chip law firms, he retired in 2008 and his first book, Dancing on a Stamp, was published in 2012. Since the release of his first book, Garnet has been active with book signing tours and speaking engagements and has been a frequent guest on radio talk shows.
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Alix Jules is a secular activist, writer, and President of Black Nonbelievers of Dallas, Texas. He chairs the Dallas-Fort Worth Coalition of Reason's Diversity Council, is a founding member of the Fellowship of Freethought, and is an advisor to the Council for Secular Humanism's Africal Americans for Humanism Initiative.
His atheism and activism have gained national attention.
In this one-hour conversation with Seth Andrews (recorded in Dallas on April 9th, 2016), Alix speaks candidly about religion, race, politics, equality, and the rise of black secularism throughout the United States.
VIDEO of this conversation is here: https://youtu.be/OkP0eCMn1XQ
Alix Jules' blog on Patheos: http://www.patheos.com/blogs/thegraffitiwall
Let's just jump into the fray, shall we? Recruitment for joining this week's group of Grindhouse podcast listeners starts NOW! Check out the latest musings from your favorite Podcast Avengers (Claire Lanay, the "Uncanny" Daryll B., Capt. Kirk and Dburt) airing this Saturday at 6pm, powered by Afronerd Radio. The topics du jour are: it's official...Netflix is gearing up to produce a Punisher series after all; DC/WB's The Flash movie loses its director, Seth Grahame-Smith over creative differences and Aquaman director, James Wan may be following suit; Dburt asks does the body diversity panel at the recently held Emerald City Comicon trivialize the more widely discussed concerns related to racial/ethnic/gender/sexual orientation?; a topic that was left on the table per the Mid Week episode-just what is up with Lil Kim and her "enLIGHTENED" appearance; a recent Pop Culture Uncovered article waxes about the increase in diverse comics and the decrease in support/sales (and how digital sales appear not be included in the tabulations); speaking of diversity, the BBC plans to increase its protected class rolls by 2020; SHOCKER....Iphone sales are down for the first time and the crew speculate why; Fox drops out this year's forthcoming San Diego Comic Con over concerns of piracy (streaming of the event is coming) and lastly, is it possible that Marvel and Fox may be reaching a deal to crossover their universes? Call the hosts live at 646-915-9620.
Lisa MoonCat and Katsura Balanza share upon ways we can actively engage in the healing of Earth.
More details to come.. Stay tune, turned on and Activated.