SORT BY Relevancy
Khalid Abdul Muhammad (January 12, 1948, Houston, Texas – February 17, 2001), born Harold Moore Jr., was a leading figure in the Black Nationalist movement throughout the 1990s and early 2000s. Muhammad was known prominently as the spokesperson for the Nation of Islam (NOI) until 1993 and later served as the National Chairman of the New Black Panther Party until his death.
Is it really true that white women are more healthy than black women because white women exercise more? Do you really know the history behind why they have to exercise more than black women? These are just some of the things that we will be touching on in this topic. We will be exploring this myth at all angles to find the truth. This broadcast will be hosted by Brotha Eric, Anthony Copeland and bro. Sun-Re 9. So come join in with us as we try and find the truth to this matter. Peace
Join us for our next Woman to Woman Real Talk Session. Our guest will be HIT (HIScoach in training) Christina Saunders and she will be speaking to us about overcoming rejection. Sit back, relax and enjoy 30 minutes of inspired real talk just for you.
Why do black men what white women. Is it because there hair is naturally long, no weaves ?Are white women nicer than black women? Do white women treat black men better than black women? Are white women more supportive than black women? Are black men curious more about being with white women than black women? Does color even make a difference? How do black women feel when they see a black man with a white woman? Is this the new form of racism?
“Sacred Womb Journal work is as a tool to ground and center you in your self. Centering into the womb means being able to look at our relationship with our body. We must start at the center, for developing a healthy womb is the platform from which we develop a healthy body. From the center, we learn not to put our brain above our body any longer. We learn not to numb ourselves to our real physical condition any longer. We learn to use every womb experience as a medium for growth.”
Excerpt From: Afua, Queen. “Sacred Woman.” Ballantine Books, 2009-06-10. iBooks.
This material may be protected by copyright.
Check out this book on the iBooks Store: https://itunes.apple.com/WebObjects/MZStore.woa/wa/viewBook?id=420726210
Today's installment of The Forbidden Fruit will have the great fortune or welcoming Tim Wise, the author of "White LIke Me", to the show. Mr. Wise has given speeches at over 600 colleges across the U.S. He has trained teachers, corporate employees, non-profit organizations and law enforement officers in methods for adressing and dismantling racism in their institution. Cornel West call Tim Wise the vanilia brother in the tradition of John Brown. This is gonna be a action packed show that you don't want to miss.
Call in: 347-202-0492
Email us: AppleBrain@Live.com
LIKE us on www.facebook.com/theforbiddenfruitradioshow
Find us on iTunes and Stitcher.com
I will be chatting with Ann White, co-host of the new TV show, The Christian View about what she brings to the discussions that will take place on that show.
Ann White is founder and president of In Grace Ministries (www.InGraceMinistries.org) dedicated to strengthening believers in the Word, equipping ministry leaders to serve, and empowering women and children at risk. In fulfilling this mission, Ann invests time both locally and internationally, teaching Bible studies, training ministry leaders, and partnering with organizations that rescue and restore victims of neglect and abuse.
Somce 2004, Ann has served as an advocate for foster children and families through her work on both state and local boards and has led large fundraising projects to support these efforts. Ann is the director of Precept study groups and the Discovery Leadership coaching program at First Baptist Church Woodstock and is continuing to strengthen her skills by pursuing a Master of Arts in Leadership at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary.
When Ann is not traveling or teaching, she enjoys "down time" with her husband and family, as well as horseback riding, hiking, biking, weightlifting, and working in her studio as a goldsmith and engraver.
On this episode of the Yanks Go Yard Series Preview Show, brought to you by Knoda.com, host and senior staff writer Ricky Keeler gives his impressions from the New York Yankees' recent series with the Houston Astros and gives an update on where the Yankees stand in the playoff chase.
Then, Louie Penna, staff writer at Southside Showdown, joins the show to help preview the Yankees' next series against the Chicago White Sox. This is the first time Jose Abreu will face New York this season, so is the rookie a legitimate candidate to win AL MVP? What are White Sox fans looking to watch in the final month of the season? Plus, Louie gives his thoughts on Chris Sale, who is scheduled to pitch the finale of the three-game series.
Ricky and Louie will breakdown the pitching matchups and give their players to watch for this upcoming series. You can voice your opinion on this series by calling in during the live show: (347)-324-5455 or tweeting us at: @YGYRadioShow
Musical Healing – The Power of Sound, with Norma Cordova and Greg Eaton (also known as Spc-Cdt). Two different healers in very different generations are host Robin White Turtle Lysne's guests for this show.
Sound artist Greg "Spc-Cdt" Eaton has just launched his album the Art Of Space and invited some very strong poets to be a part of the healing. His song, “Beautiful”, acknowledges how women need to see themselves as beautiful no matter who they are or what they look like. Listen to part of the show he did at the Tannery Art Center, Saturday night August 16th, 2014. This show includes an interview with Greg and some segments from the show. Greg is a spoken word poet, musician and produces musical/poetry productions in Santa Cruz, CA.
Norma Cordova has been a singer and healer for 30 years in San Jose and Santa Cruz, CA and while retired, has offered sound healing to clients that receive healing work from her. She will be sharing her work on the air during this program and demonstrating sounds that bring shifts in people’s health, emotions and well-being. Norma has learned from various spiritual traditions including Umbanda from Brazil. She will share some healing stories along with ways you can help yourself with resonant sound.