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Are we able to build our own Black Wall Street today in 2014? All the technology we have can we develop a network that will allow us to support our own.Tuesdays are all about building a brotherhood amongst blackmen. Are we ignoring Chicago? The latest on St Louis....Plus Fema Camps the latest with Frankie Lyman. It seems Black children between 12 and 18 are lacking Father figures or role models in their lives. Also black men 18 to 30 seem to have an unemployment problem. Everybody crying unity but we cant seem to unite. Plus How to create our own jobs and start our own businesses. Join us from 6pm to 8pm eastern time on "Its Realtalk Live" on Blogtalk Radio. Call in at 347-826-9457 to listen and press #1 if you want to speak to the Host..You can Join us at blogtalkradio.com/itsrealtalklive or Call (347) 826-9457 So come join us today at 6pm EASTERN
Today on my Radio Show I will be discussing health and politics also the Virtual Wall Street . At 8 pm I will be debating Zion Lexx . Topic is the Torah a history book? Also you can log in atwww.blogtalkradio.com/itsrealtalklive or call in at 3478269457 at 6pm Eastern
Spirit of A Dove - presents - Getting to know "U", a series of dialogued, presentations and features to explore, expand and embrace Black Entrepreneurs who share the vision of True Networking. Hear from members of the (BEU) - Black Entrepreneurs Union, as they share their missions, testimonies and success stories around their products and services.
Learn how to become a part of this - "Spirit Of A Dove Movement"! We are a support association for the sole purpose of giving support to members and teaching network marketing strategies so that you, the Entrepreneur can succeed. Join us at www.meetup.com/SOADNETWORK
Guest: Allan Wall, blogger and political analyst. Allan has been writiing about Mexico for years.
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YES ..IT'S TIME TO 4 A DISCUSSION OF HALSEY STREET DO OR DIE ..LET'S TALK AND DISCUSS OUR FAVORITE CHARACTERS AND WHY EVERYTHING RAVEL DOWN TO WHAT HAPPEN AT THE END..LETS HAVE A BOOK PARTY AND SO WE CAN BE UPDATED BEFORE THE SEGA CONTINUES WITH PART 2..WHICH IS ABOUT TO HIT THE STREETS...WITH BLAZING FIRRREEEE!!!
Join host Susun Weed as she discusses herbal medicine, psychology of healing and womens health issues.
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This series is meant to inspire and educate join us in our circle!!!
On this episode of The Broad Street Line, we’ll take a look at the good parts of the Philadelphia Eagles’ loss to the New England Patriots and tell you what the team needs to work on in advance of their Thursday date with the Pittsburgh Steelers.
Later in the show, we’ll give some shine to the Taney Dragons, and we'll also break down a very entertaining Summerslam - yes, we're talking wrestling - and make our predictions on what will happen over the next few months in the WWE. So, for all of that and more, come and take a ride on The Broad Street Line: The future of sports talk radio has finally arrived.
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This show features the original music of Chicago's own street performer and Sax Therapist Traysee J Leonard & friends. Most of the music is original and the artists are mostly independant. This year I am featuring original music from my cd The eyeProject. The music was composed and performed primarily on the iPhone & iPad, hence the title eyeProject! New to home studio recording and with minimal equipment, I am doing what I love! I look forward to going to the next level in my music career and ministry! Formerly an addict for over thirty years with over three years crack free, I now have a clear head and choose to use the gifts God has given me to help the world smile!!!. So check out the show and hear the original music of William Green, Dana Divine, Masque, Cynthia Jones, Vanessa Holmes, Moni Rashad, Michael Haynes, Sam Williams, Fred Caldwell & RFCA, Jessica Anderson, Kim Hinton, Salt of the Earth, Sharon Pulliam, Brandon Avery Smith, daVonya Holmes, Sam Williams, Jenipher Jones-Tate, Lisa Deveaux and more! This is where you can lay your burdens down and get in a session of Sax Therapy with me Traysee J Leonard the Sax Therapist!!! Your station for smooth jazz & inspiration!!!
Kimberly Seals Allers is an award-winning journalist, a trusted authority on issues relating to mothers of color, author of The Mocha Manual™ series of books and founder of www.MochaManual.com, a pregnancy and parenting lifestyle destination and blog for African Americans.
A leading consultant, commentator and public speaker, Kimberly’s thoughtful and provocative online commentaries on motherhood or breastfeeding and the intersection of race, class and culture reach over 2 million monthly.
Kimberly is also a fiercely committed and highly respected advocate in the fight to reduce the racial disparities in breastfeeding rates and infant and maternal mortality rates.
In 2011, Kimberly was named an IATP Food and Community Fellow, funded by the Kellogg Foundation, with a mandate to increase awareness and engagement around “the first food”—breast milk, in vulnerable communities. She was also selected by the United States Breastfeeding Committee as a lead commentator for the nationwide “Break Time for Nursing Mothers” federal campaign. Kimberly recently signed a deal with St. Martin’s Press to write her fifth book, a groundbreaking analysis of the social, political and economic influences on the American breastfeeding culture, to be released in 2013.
In addition to her popular blog on MochaManual.com, Kimberly writes about the African American parenting experience for MomLogic.com, Babycenter.com, and is a regular commentator for Essence.com and LifetimeMoms.com. She also served as editorial director of the Black Maternal Health Project of Women’s eNews, a project of the Kellogg Foundation and is an advisory team member of the Carolina Global Breastfeeding Institute.
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