• The Solar Storm: Gerhard Ausmeier

    in Politics

    Resurrection


    Kyle interviews Gerhard Ausmeier, a man who grew up in East Germany after World War II and was miraculously able to escape the Soviet state. They will discuss what life was like for Germans after the terrifying defeat, how he was able to leave the Deutsche Demokratische Republik (DDR), what his life was like afterward in the West and the East, and what he thinks about the current state of affairs in our world today.

  • Episode #5: sing to me songs of ascension, as the Archer’s arrow is honed sharp

    in Art

    Episode #5, on Saturday, December 21st at 8pm. Winter Solstice - the shortest day, the longest night.  The 6th light of Chanukah, our festival of sacred reclamation, resistance, die-hard faith and service.  How will you transcend your own darkness?  Broadcasting live, just up the street from Lake Ontario. This month, we’re highlighting the kind of love that comes charging out of us when we commit to deep, delicious, pleasureful, joyful, righteous self-love.  This love transforms us and our communities.  It allows us to escape to freedom.  It lifts itself up from lying in the street, immobilized to reaching transcendence, through the signal of song.  


    Listen in for:


    - a conversation with Erin Marie Konsmo of The Native Youth Sexual Health Network on her ongoing project, Indigenous Feminist Condom Cases and Beaded Condoms 


    - an interview with Kathana Namowrednow and Chenthoori Malan of Heartbeats: the IZZAT Project, a comic book created by young South Asian women to empower themselves and their communities around violence.


    - a discussion with Dawn Weleski of Pittsburgh’s Conflict Kitchen on their recent run-in with the Jewish Federation of Greater Pittsburgh over CK’s most recent Palestine iteration.


    - from the Archive: a 1998 recording of legendary activist Assata Shakur reading her open letter to Pope John Paul II on the occasion of his visit to Cuba.  Both Assata and Mike Brown were shot by cops in the US.  Unlike Assata, Mike wasn’t lucky enough to survive.


    - readings from Krishnamurti and music from Meredith Monk, Gabriel Teodros & SoulChef, Ian Kamau x Big Sproxx and more


     

  • The Falcon Forum - LIBRadio

    in Culture

    www.LIBRadio.com is LIVE Sundays  with the Falcon Forum. This is one of the premier think tank research groups in the African world. There is a lot of important research that has crossed our desk in the past weeks. Join us from Noon Eastern / 11 AM Central / 9 AM PST. You will NOT be disappointed.


    To access full versions of our archives go to www.LIBRadio.com/credit_card.htm

  • 01:09

    Climate Action With Russell Greene

    in Politics Progressive

    Suzanne Goldenberg
    Suzanne Goldenberg is the US environment correspondent of the Guardian and is based in Washington DC. She has won several awards for her work in the Middle East, and in 2003 covered the US invasion of Iraq from Baghdad. She is author of Madam President, about Hillary Clinton's historic run for White House.


    Nick Fillmore
    An award-winning investigative reporter and a founder of the Canadian Association of Journalists (CAJ).  One of the founders of Canadian Journalists for Free Expression (CJFE), he was involved in helping press freedom organizations in developing countries for several years. Now based in Toronto,


    David Braun is a co-founder of Americans Against Fracking and New Yorkers Against Fracking, and has recently relocated back to his home state of California to fight fracking where he’s working with Californians Against Fracking, a coalition of over 150 organizations fighting for a ban.  While in New York, David founded and worked with several anti-fracking groups including United for Action, Sane Energy Project, among others.  Previously, he was the grassroots coordinator for the films, GASLAND and GASLAND II.  


    Mark Schlosberg is Food & Water Watch's National Organizing Director, and is responsible for developing strategies for their national campaigns and managing the Organizing Department.  Mark has been with  Food & Water Watch since 2008.  He spearheaded the development of their organizing strategy on fracking and played a lead role in forming Americans Against Fracking as well as the development of  Food & Water Watch’s work to build state based coalitions.

  • Part I of a II part Series "Forget the Wheel Jesus Drive The Car"

    in Women

    This is part I of a II part series in the "Keeping It Real" segment!


    Too many of us have kept silent; kept our feeling to ourselves while those who we protect have walked over us and disrespected us too. We need to learn how to address what is hurting us and all that makes us unhappy.  Sometimes we cannot do it oureslves so we try to get others to take the Wheel for us instead of allowing Jesus to drive the car so we will have no reason or doubts about moving forward!


    So many ask Jesus to take the wheel from the passenger seat.  Time to let him drive the car and you sit on the passenger side! 

  • 00:16

    NFL Draft Podcast featuring Isaiah Shelton, Shepherd, G

    in Football

    Bringing the next generation of tomorrows NFL stars to you today on the College2Pro.com Players Platform Show. Join host Bo Marchionte and special guest Isaiah Shelton of Shepherd.


    The senior offensive lineman Isaiah Shelton (Temple Hills, Md./Charles H. Flowers) of the Shepherd University football team has been named to the 2014 Associated Press Little All-America Team.  Shelton was selected to the second team.



    Shelton, a team captain, keyed an offensive line that helped Shepherd average 38.2 points a game and rank third in NCAA II in time of possession (35:29). A three-year starter for the Rams, Shelton helped lead the Rams to a 36-8 mark over his career.

  • NFL Draft Podcast featuring Rodney Nichols, Benedictine, CB

    in Football

     


    Bringing the next generation of tomorrows NFL stars to you today on the College2Pro.com Players Platform Show. Join host Bo Marchionte with special guest Rodney Nichols of Benedictine. 


    After a strong senior season, Benedictine University defensive back Rodney Nichols has been selected for the fifth annual National Bowl, a post-season all-star game consisting of student-athletes from Division II, Division III, and NAIA schools. The game will take place at 9:00 a.m. central time on Sunday, December 7 (10:00 a.m. eastern) at Ocean Bank Field in Miami, Florida on the campus of Florida International University.
     
    A two-year starter at cornerback, Nichols was a key member of a BenU defense that led the Northern Athletics Collegiate Conference in pass defense (147.1 yards per game) this season. An All-NACC Second Team selection, the South Carolina native tallied 47 tackles, four tackles for loss, a forced fumble, five pass breakups, and four interceptions. Three of the four interceptions came in consecutive games, with one of those being returned 54 yards for a touchdown against Concordia University Wisconsin. In his two-year BenU career, Nichols intercepted seven passes and tallied 15 pass deflections. On top of this year's All-NACC honor, Nichols was named All-Sportsmanship by the conference last season.

  • 01:22

    GIVE THANKS II

    in Christianity

    PRAY! PRAISE!

  • 01:33

    Are you being controlled by your spouse ? 11:30am Mountain Time- (347) 857-2640

    in Culture

    What Is Control?


    People crave respect. They want to be accepted for who they are in reality, rather than having to pretend to meet someone else’s criteria. When treated as an inferior, they react badly. When they feel they have to pretend, living as a picture of what another wants rather than as the person they actually are, they slowly dissolve their own identity. Some become lost and never rediscover who they were. Others deteriorate for a while, but eventually hit a point of frustration that leads to defiance, anger, and rebellion. Yet others live between those extremes.


    Picture the lion or tiger in a cage snarling and slapping at the tamer making them jump through hoops and put on a show. They show their anger, but ultimately comply because they do not wish to receive punishment, and they enjoy receiving reward. The award is not equal to the freedom they once had, but over time they submit themselves to captivity and the morsels handed by the one who controls them. The whip hurts; the morsels are tasty; compliance results. At least for some of the big cats. Others likely never yield to the control of the tamer. Maybe others do for a while, but finally have enough and fight back.


    Who Is the Controller?


    One reason that controlling people often claim that they are controlled is that when they do not get what they want, they blame the other person. If he wants more lovemaking and she does not provide it, he views her as controlling him through sex and that may be the case. However, the difference in one who really is a controller and one who is being controlled is whether one allows the other to be who he or she truly is.


    In the story that began this article, the husband controlled. He had so beaten his wife down with his arguing, intensity, and sense of self-righteousness that she had long since come to believe herself invalid.

  • 00:07

    How Satan Causes Division pt 3 Dec. 19, 2014 DWD

    in Religion

    How Satan Causes Division pt 3


    Numbers 16

  • Chief Langley Returns with Part II- Indian Slavery & Racial Reclassification

    in Education

    Chief Langley Continues with Part II of Indian slavery and Colonial Racial Reclassification of Indian People.  Writing Indian Tribes out of history. Indian slave raids and slaving wars. Follow the slave trades and Chief Langley takes you on the Trans Atlantic, South Pacific and the Middle Passage Slave Routes. Learn the Rice, Sugar, Cotton, Indigo and Tobacco corps trade.   Slaves the occuplied plantations,  Who, What, Where and When, Chief Langley discuss the genealogy of three indian sisters that married three of three races.  Chief talks the importance of knowning ones own history. Learning to research beyond the walls of time. crossing the rivers of understanding.  Living beyond hope.  Remembering your oral stories and using them as road maps to navigate through time.  Breaking the silents of ancestor secrets.  Whose who in your family tree.  Gettaway from the nonsense. Bringing life to hope.  who was speaking in tongue and what were they saying. Indian culture and spiritual practices inside the Colored Methodish and A.M.E. Church. Studying and understanding burial practices.   Communicating with your ancestors beyond the walls of death. 

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