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Indie musician Toshi Reagon joins us on SistersTalk Radio. The New Yorker said ”...her live shows shower retro funk, urban blues, and folk on the audience with evangelical fervor. To hear her is to believe.”
Toshi joined us on SistersTalk Radio to discuss:
*Her musical influences
*Her impressive discography
*The time she spent touring with Lenny Kravitz
*Her legendary mother, Bernice Reagon
*Her feelings about the word "nigger"
*How she feels about President Obama
*Her recent performance at the White House
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Tune in once a month as our hosts from TBAIMS tell us about the exciting world of the music industry. Jon Landers is the Founder and CEO of TBAIMS. Their team is committed to providing a platform for independent artist to perform live in front of key audiences from the Entertainment and Music industries. The BIG Apple INDIE Music SERIES, is a monthly music and networking industry event featuring the hottest independent pop, rock , country and top 40 acts in the country. The event is held at various venues around New York City
Grammy award winning producers, Cannes Film Festival Award Winners, MTV Award Winners, major record labels and music directors, and corporate CEO's will be among the attendees at these amazing events supporting independent music artists.www.tbaims.com
This week Jon is premiering: Jason Damico, Phillye, Cameron Hill, Sara Hulse, Audio Revival at Toshi's Living Room May 21st.
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Remember when "Afghanistan" became "AFPAC" in the second half of the last decade? Concepts morph the more you study them.
Just as you started to get used to the 'Pacific Pivot" - in case you missed it this summer, it is morphing in to the Indo-Pacific Pivot.
Extending our view from WESTPAC in to the Indian Ocean, how are things changing that will shape the geo-strategic environment from Goa, Darwin, Yokohama, Hainan, to Vladivostok?
Our guest to discuss this and more will be Dr. Toshi Yoshihara, Professor of Strategy and John A. van Beuren Chair of Asia-Pacific Studies at the U.S. Naval War College in Newport, Rhode Island, and author of Red Star over the Pacific, that was just translated into Chinese.
A returning guest to Midrats, Dr. Yoshihara some of the last few months in China and India, bringing an up to date perspective on this growing center of power and influence.
Founded by Bernice Johnson Reagon in 1973 (with Mie, Carol Maillard and Louise Robinson) at the D.C. Black Repertory Theater Company, Sweet Honey In The Rock®, internationally renowned a cappella ensemble, has been a vital and innovative presence in the music culture of Washington, D.C., and in communities of conscience around the world. Sweet Honey’s 20th CD release, Experience…101 was a 2008 Grammy® Award nominee. The excitement continued as Sweet Honey was asked to compose new material in celebration of the Alvin Ailey Dance Theater’s 50th anniversary. Together, these two artistic treasures of the African American experience performed this once-in-a-lifetime collaboration throughout the United States. The music for the collaboration was released on a CD entitled GO IN GRACE. In 2009 Sweet Honey was honored to accept an invitation from President and Mrs. Barack Obama to give a concert at the White House. Sweet Honey In The Rock members are Ysaye Maria Barnwell, Nitanju Bolade Casel, Aisha Kahlil, Carol Maillard, Louise Robinson, and Shirley Childress Saxton (Sign Language Interpreter). They stop by to chat about their stellar career on Sunday, March 10, at 8pm EST.
Meshell Nedegeocello's (Mee-shell N-deh-gay-o-chel-o.) records, nine to date, have offered lyrical ruminations on race, love, sex, betrayal, God, and power. She has been nominated for 10 Grammys. Meshell was the first woman to be featured on the cover of Bass Player magazine.
Her music has been featured in a number of film soundtracks including How Stella Got Her Groove Back, Lost & Delirious, Batman & Robin, Love Jones, Love & Basketball, Talk To Me, Tyler Perry's Daddy's Little Girls,The Best Man, Higher Learning, Down in the Delta, The Hurricane, and Soul Men.
Meshell Ndegeocello's new album Pour une âme Souveraine (For a Sovereign Soul), A Dedication to Nina Simone comes out on October 9th. After only ten days in the studios of guitarist Pete Min, this album was born, reflecting Meshell's admiration for the pioneering work of an artist who refused to be owned by genre, industry, or expectation. Guests on the album include Sinead O'Connor, Lizz Wright, Valerie June, Tracy Wannomae, Toshi Reagon and Cody ChesnuTT.
Meshell turns over singing duties to soul singer Cody ChestnuTT in this pared down cover of Nina Simone's "Young, Gifted and Black." Check it out: http://emailunlock.com/girlie-action/meshell-ndegeocello-to-be/widget
Charlotte Thompson Iserbyte served as the head of policy at the Department of Education during the first administration of [ President] Ronald Reagon. While working there she discovered a long-term strategic plan by the tax - free foundations to transform America from a nation of rugged individualist and problem solvers to a country of servile, brainwashed minions who simply regurgitate whatever they are told.
We now present to you a pre-recorded discussion, recorded by Iserbyte. Iserbyte has since written - ' The Dumbing Down of America " ... This evening we are featuring, in part, This is presented for educational purposes only and with no cost or profit to If_Radio or its constituents. You are referred now and after the broadcast - to her web-site for further information ! .... http://www.deliberatedumbingdown.com/
Ysaye M. Barnwell was born in New York City and has lived in Washington, D.C., for over 40 years. Her life experiences have taken her down three major paths. She began in music at the age of 2½, studying violin for 15 years with her father and majoring in music in high school. She sang in a choir while in junior high school and then in college. In 1976, she founded the Jubilee Singers at All Souls Unitarian Church in Washington, D.C. It was, there in 1979, that Bernice Johnson Reagon witnessed her as a singer and a Sign Language interpreter and invited her to audition for Sweet Honey In The Rock.
Barnwell is also a Speech Pathologist with the Bachelors, Masters (SUNY, Geneseo 1963-68) and Ph.D. (University of Pittsburgh 1975) degrees and was a professor in the College of Dentistry for over a decade. In 1981 she completed post-doctoral work and earned the Master of Science in Public Health. Over the past two decades, Barnwell has earned a significant reputation as a commissioned composer and arranger, author, master teacher and choral clinician in African American cultural performance. She has two children’s book: No Mirrors In My Nana’s House, and We Are One, both published by Harcourt, Inc., a boxed set of African American stories and songs for young people: Um Hmm, and an instructional boxed set: Singing in the African American Tradition. She created the Community Sing which she conducts monthly in Washington, D.C., and the workshop Building a Vocal Community® - Singing In the African American Tradition, which she has conducted on three continents, utilizing an African world view, and African American history, values, cultural and vocal traditions to work with and build community among singers and non-singers alike.
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What is real, and what is a mirage? Can something be a cost effective strategic option, or a fool's errand?
As outlined by our guests in their latest work in the periodical, Asian Security; An Ocean Too Far: Offshore Balancing in the Indian Ocean; the United States is beset by war weariness after over a decade of war and a half century plus of global commitments. We find ourselves with a stagnant economy, and skyrocketing defense procurement costs. It is seductive to think of retiring from continental Eurasia, but if history calls us back - returning in times of systemic conflict would be problematic – even in the relatively accessible rimlands of Western Europe and East Asia.
In a part of the world with the planet's largest democracy - offshore balancing is close to impossible in the Indian Ocean.
As it turns out, offshore balancing in the Indian Ocean may be no balancing at all.
Our guest for the full hour to discuss their article will be U.S. Naval War College Associate Professors James R. Holmes & Toshi Yoshihara.
The Conscience of a Conservative was ghostwritten by L. Brent Bozell Jr They had co-authored the controversial book, McCarthy and His Enemies, in 1955. Bozell had been Goldwater's speechwriter in the 1950s, and was familiar with many of his ideals. The book covers such topics as education, labor unions and policies, civil rights, agricultural policy and farm subsidies, social welfare programs, and income taxation. The book is considered to be a significant statement of politically and economically
John Dean in “Conservatives without Conscience,” he observes that under the Bush-Cheney administration, there has been a “striking shift toward a very un-American type of authoritarianism,” in all branches of the federal government.
Their followers are blindly submissive to authority, which can lead them to do harm to others if they believe such behavior is sanctioned. In addition, the followers also “accept the traditional norms of society and tend to be fundamentalist in religion and reject moral relativism.” Al Olsen
The Conservative has No conscience.
We Shall Overcome: An Hour with Legendary Folk Singer & Activist Pete Seeger 5/4/2009
Legendary Folk Singer & Activist Pete Seeger Turns 90, Thousands Turn Out for All-Star Tribute Featuring Bruce Springsteen, Joan Baez, Bernice Johnson Reagon and Dozens More
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