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Rapper Greydon Square joins us to talk about his music, his journey to atheism, share his music and discuss whatever we -want to talk about! Join us tonight in the chatroom or call in, 347-202-0492 if you would like to talk to us or Greydon.
Janet Schmuff, diabetes educator at MedStar Franklin Square Medical Center will be joining Anna's Journey to give us lots of info about Diabetes. With November being American Diabetes Month, Janet's timing is perfect.
Let's help Janet spread the info far and wide. Let's help her make a difference in those who are at risk for having diabetes, to help those with diabetes, to help caretakers understand diabetes and so on. Let's help make a difference!
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It’s been quite a journey from “The Square Root of 2” movie to the Aspertools book to speaking and across the country about neurodiversity. Our guest, Hackie Reitman shares insights on neurodiversity.
Society needs to understand and embrace Neurodiversity for the benefit of ALL of us.
“The Square Root of 2” movie, starring Darby Stanchfield (Abby Whalen) of “Scandal” is now available for digital download and DVD exclusively at www.thesquarerootof2movie.com
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Listen to The Michael Imhotep Show, Tues. Oct., 20th, 10pm-12midnight EST with host Michael Imhotep of The African History Network. We’ll discuss “Chicago Police Illegally Detain Thousands of Black Men In Homan Square”. CALL IN WITH Questions/Comments at 1-888-669-2281. POST YOUR COMMENTS. WE MAY READ THEM ON AIR. Listen online at http://tunein.com/radio/Empowerment-Radio-Network-s199313/ or by downloading the "TuneIn Radio" app to your smartphone and search for "Empowerment Radio Network" or at www.AfricanHistoryNetwork.com.
1) Update on the Police Shooting of Corey Jones in Florida by a Police Officer. ?#BlackLivesMatter? 2) Update on our story about Church Fires at African American Churches in St. Louis. 3) “Chicago Police Illegal Detain Thousands of Black Men In Homan Square”. 4) This date in African American History - John Merrick and the North Carolina Mutual Life Insurance Co.
Is TNA wrestling good enough for Madison Square Garden? TNA's new World Heavyweight Champion and more
To help Anna's Journey raise awareness about Lung Cancer... and to promote LUNG CANCER AWARENESS MONTH in November, Suman Rao, MD, medical oncologist at MedStar Franklin Square Medical Center will join the show to share information.
Join the show to hear what Dr. Rao has to share... and then share the link with others. Let's make a positive impact on reducing the incidence of lung cancer and raising the survival rates of those who do develop this cancer.
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This installment of The Forbidden Fruit welcomes a really good friend of the show, Jeremiah Camara. We love having Jeremiah on the show. Each time he calls in, that episode becomes an instant classic. This episode will be no different. You know we have to talk about his famous Slave Sermons series, but not only that, we will talk about his documentary "Contradiction-A Question of Faith". If you haven't seen "Contradiction", what are you waiting for? We will also talk about Jeremiah's recent trip to the Mother Land, Africa, and his life changing experiences there. Also, you won't want to miss us talk about the future of Medical Marijuana. Like we said earlier, this will be an instant classic and one not to miss for anything in the world. So like we always say, See you on The Fruit! Be there are be square!
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Tonight we will discuss the exact meaning of what it is that the black masses are seeking in their attempt at arena sports. Could our behavior be linked to the violent nature in which Malcolm and our other leaders died have awakened a primeval stance in our minds? As a people have we lost the ability to see humanity has gone far astray because we have not really achieved justice for our fallen? Have we really turned a blind eye to the Murder of our Beloved leader? “In America, we give maximum expression to our blood lust in the mass spectator sport of boxing. Some of us are Roman enough go admit our need of the sport. Others pretend to look the other way. but when a heavyweight champion fight rolls around, the nation takes a moral holiday and we are all turned in some of us peeping out of the corner of our eye at the square jungle and the animal test of brute power unfolding there.
Every institution in America is tainted by the mystique of race, and the question of masculinity is confused by the presence of both a white man and a black man here. One was the master and the other was the slave until a moment ago when they both were declared to be equal men; which leaves American men literally without a unitary, nationally viable self-image. Whatever dim vision of masculinity they have is a rough and ready, savage mishmash of violence and sexuality, and dichotomized exercise and worship of physical force/ submission to and fear of physical force which is only one aspect of the broken down relationship between mean and women in America. This is an era when the models of manhood and womanhood have been blasted to dust by social upheaval, and the most alienated males and females at the bottom of society move out of their place and bid for their right to be man and woman on an equal basis with the former masters and mistresses." SOUL ON ICE, Eldridge Cleaver.
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After a disappointing loss to the Brooklyn Nets on Monday, Brad Stevens and the Boston Celtics head to Atlanta to square off against the Atlanta Hawks.
Matt Rury of Careless Whispers Podcast and Warren Shaw of the Baseline Podcast will be tonight's hosts.
The The Garden Report's Jared Weiss will be return on Wednesday, versus the 76ers at TD Garden. Weiss will be calling in with the Grandstand APP Celtics Locker Room report.
Thomas Jefferson and the founding fathers intended a strict separation of church and state, right? He would have been very upset to find out about a child praying in a public school or a government building used for religious purposes, correct? Actually, the history on this has been very distorted. While Jefferson may seem to be the Patron Saint of the ACLU, his words and actions showed that he would totally disagree with the idea of driving God out of the public square. Doubting Thomas documents that. . . * Jefferson said that our rights come from God. God-given rights are non-negotiables. * At the time that he wrote the Declaration of Independence and the Virginia Statute for Religious Freedom---major contributions to human and religious rights?Jefferson served diligently as a vestryman (like an elder and a deacon rolled into one) for the Episcopal Church. * In 1777, he wrote up the charter for the Calvinistical Reformed Church in his town with an evangelical preacher, the Rev. Charles Clay--with whom he had a lifelong friendship. Jefferson was the biggest single contributor to this fledgling congregation. * Jefferson had nothing but the highest praise for Jesus’ teaching, which he studied religiously (even in the original Greek), in order to pattern his life after that which he called “the most sublime and benevolent code of morals which has ever been offered to man.” * As president, he attended church on a regular basis at the US Capitol building, even sometimes recommending preachers to fill that pulpit. * He had many positive relationships with orthodox clergymen and active lay Christians. * He actively supported Christian causes, financially, in ways that would put the average Christian to shame.
Have you ever thought about what it means to be a kind person? According to a google web search, the definition of ‘kindness’ is: ‘the quality of being friendly, generous, and considerate’. How often do you think about kindness in your everyday life? Once a day, twice a day, monthly, once a year when Christmas and the holidays roll around? The reason today’s show is all about kindness is because I noticed an unsettling trend of selfishness on the rise as well as threats to America, what with the ISIS threat to bomb the people of NYC Times Square just yesterday. This brings this topic to the forefront of today’s society, because if we are unwilling to be kind to one another now, what will we do when a terrorist threat becomes all too real? We don’t want mass panic in the streets or the rise of the rich over the poor, we want equality among all men and kindness truly is a virtue in this case. When you act with kindness towards your fellow men, you create a community of mutual benefactors since it takes all kinds of people working together to get things done. The example or metaphor I use to give myself love in order to give love to another is the 'desert island' example: Imagine if you were a nurse on a desert island and everyone was dying of thirst, including yourself. To whom would you give the water to and why? This is what we will be discussing on today's show so I hope you tune in!
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