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  • Super Chef Pierre Thiam Shares Senegal Cooking

    in Food

    NWP welcomes super chef, Pierre Thiam! 


    Chef, restaurateur, and cookbook author, Pierre Thiam was raised in Dakar, Senegal, a bustling and culturally diverse metropolis on the west coast of Africa. Although he developed an interest in the culinary arts at an early age, he studied physics and chemistry from the city’s Cheikh Anta Diop University.  Thiam moved to New York in the late 1980s where he began working in a number of restaurants. His bottom-level entry steadily led upward, and by 2001 he opened his first restaurant, Yolele, a visionary African bistro in Fort Greene, Brooklyn. His second outlet, Le Grand-Dakar Restaurant followed, opening in neighboring Clinton Hill three years later; it quickly became a culinary and cultural locus for Africans from the continent and the Diaspora. Currently he owns Pierre Thiam Catering, which introduces a diverse, savvy New York clientele to contemporary interpretations of ethnic flavors; he also serves as consulting chef for a number of restaurants in the City and beyond.  http://PierreThiam.com

  • 00:30

    Giving Voice to Your Courageous Story with Terina J. Hicks

    in Entrepreneur

    On today's episode of Giving Voice to Your Courageous Story, I'll be interviewing Terina J. Hicks, a courageous entrpreneur who overcame a job loss and ultimately got past it when she launched her business CobblerWorld LLC. Her baked goods are featured in several food chains in the Pittsburgh area and at the Consol Energy Center during hockey season. 


    We'll talk about the courageous mindset it took to make such a gutsy move and how other aspiring entrepreneurs can learn from Terina's courageous mindset and her professional goals.


     

  • 00:28

    Challenges in Black Communities Aint All About Crime

    in Politics Progressive

    Every speech about Black issues ends up in talk about crime, prison talk, education, missing fathers, you need to vote. These problems come from slavery and the foundation of institutional racism which is an orchrestrated substitute for slavery. All challenges in Black communities are not about crime, and criminal records. When a father cannot get hired because his name is Jamal, his family is left without necessities. With time family situations are changed temporarily if not permanently. Institutional racism is the White rebellion to freed slaves. Wealthy White men legalized a new slavery, institutional racism. Via policing, politicians controlled freed Blacks. With merchants wanting free labor, BlackCode laws enabled the imprisonment of freed Blacks to be used for free labor. Black prisoners provided free labor after slavery and free labor today. When Blacks are not hired today, Whites say Blacks can't do the jobs. When Blacks are not able to operate successful businesses today, Whites doesn't admit they refuse to buy Black, they say they can't find Black businesses to supply their needs for goods and services

  • 00:02

    Testimonal: Bedrock gets your more money than Accounting/Tax Software

    in Finance

    Here is a testimonial from my client, Trevor, who was using an online software tool. The tool was leading him to pay the government money. Why did this happen? Because the software can't understand your situation like I can! He came to me and we were able to get money back when he was about to have to pay the government money.

  • 01:19

    GridironStuds Show 8/31/15: College Football kicks off, RGIII on trading block &

    in Sports

    Call in # (347) 633-9365

    Chad Wilson and Emil Calomino dicuss the latest in the world of college and pro football including:

    - College Football kicks off this week
    - Top 3 college football games to see this weekend
    - Redskins have RGIII on the trading block
    - Top 5 NFL Fantasy football surprises for 2015
    - and more

    Listen live at 10 AM and call (347) 633-9365

    Contact us
    Twitter: @GridironStuds
    Email: gridironstudsshow@gridironstuds.com
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  • 01:12

    Business World Monday- Walk the Talk

    in Business

    What it takes to Monetize Your Big Idea, as an artist, business owner, entrepreneur?


    Do you know your Worth?


    Are you chanssing Opportunities, ideal clients, money, and the more you want them, the firther away they go?


    What is your relatonship with yourself, your family, your Money, your Clients and everything in between?


    What are the keys to Broadcast your Passion worlwide?


    Are you ready to make a significant difference in your life? What your life could be like when you do?


    Do you feel tremendous energy when sharing your personal insight into the topic that you love?


    Are you individual with unique skills and talent that make the genius of you? Is your gift valuable to your community, to your existing world?


    Can an un-supportive, un-sympatetic community  crush your Genius? 


    Today we have the priviledge of inviting to our studio in Los Angeles Speacial Guests from round the world


    Janet McAnuff, Hollywood Award Winning Author ( Trading The Floor) International Speaker, Wealth Coach, C.E.O.at JPS Capital Trading ( London)


    Monika Nonce Ardianto, Double Award Winning Author ( Hollywood Authors Awards Ceremony - Winning the Audit Game) International Speaker 
    President, The Academy of Significance? Canada


    Our Special guests today will share their amazing story and inspire you to turn impossible into I'm possible


    Radio Presenters Serah Lister ( London Studio, in Los Angeles now!) and Marina Nani ( Los Angeles) 


    The Academy of Significance


    www.AcademyOfSignificance.com

  • 00:10

    Names: why they are important?

    in Self Help

    Many people give no thought into naming their children these days.  Let's just call them Becky (sorry, no offense to the Becky's out there).  But Ancient Africans, Native Americans, Ancient Asiatics actually cared about naming their children and themselves.  When I speak to individuals from outside of the U.S. I always ask them what their real name is.  It really is a shame people don't keep their real names when they try to assimilate in the European culture.  Instead of assimlating just be yourself fam.  If people can't pronounce your name, too damn bad they need to learn how to pronounce it.  Your name is not Toby.

  • Names (naming your child and naming you)

    in Self Help

    Many people give no thought into naming their children these days.  Let's just call them Becky (sorry, no offense to the Becky's out there).  But Ancient Africans, Native Americans, Ancient Asiatics actually cared about naming their children and themselves.  When I speak to individuals from outside of the U.S. I always ask them what their real name is.  It really is a shame people don't keep their real names when they try to assimilate in the European culture.  Instead of assimlating just be yourself fam.  If people can't pronounce your name, too damn bad they need to learn how to pronounce it.  Your name is not Toby.

  • 00:27

    Altar Of Blessings, Part 4 with DrFaye

    in Christianity

    If You Have Enjoyed PTs 1-3 of "Altar Of Blessings" PT 4 Will Take You To Your Knees! Listen As DrFaye Moves You Forward In This Dynamic Series "Altar Of Blessings"


    Gensis 14:


    14 And when Abram heard that his brother was taken captive, he armed his trained servants, born in his own house, three hundred and eighteen, and pursued them unto Dan.


    16 And he brought back all the goods, and also brought again his brother Lot, and his goods, and the women also, and the people.


    18 And Melchizedek king of Salem brought forth bread and wine: and he was the priest of the most high God.


    19 And he blessed him, and said, Blessed be Abram of the most high God, possessor of heaven and earth:


    20 And blessed be the most high God, which hath delivered thine enemies into thy hand. And he gave him tithes of all.


    21 And the king of Sodom said unto Abram, Give me the persons, and take the goods to thyself.


    22 And Abram said to the king of Sodom, I have lift up mine hand unto theLord, the most high God, the possessor of heaven and earth,


    23 That I will not take from a thread even to a shoelatchet, and that I will not take any thing that is thine, lest thou shouldest say, I have made Abram rich:


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  • 02:59

    Pan-African Journal: Worldwide Radio Broadcast

    in Politics

    Listen to this edition of the Pan-African Journal hosted by Abayomi Azikiwe, editor of the Pan-African News Wire. This broadcast features our regular PANW dispatches dealing with the 500th day of captivity for over 200 girls from the Chibok school in northeastern Nigeria; the African Union will hold a joint summit with India to discuss mutual interests between the two geo-political regions; Sudan is attempting to settle border disputes with neighboring Ethiopia while President Bashir is hosting the ousted fugitive president of Yemen who is backed by Saudi Arabia and the United States; South Sudan's government and rebels have signed a peace deal; and finally the homeless crisis in New York City has outstripped the worse days of the 1970s through the 1990s. Our second and third hours highlight our continuing commemoration of Black August which recognizes the contributions of Africans in the struggle against racism, slavery, colonialism, neo-colonialism and imperialism.This program reviews the assassination of George L. Jackson and the often controversial role of Eldridge Cleaver, who served as Minister of Information of the Black Panther Party for Self-Defense.

  • 02:11

    I was just thinking...Why so much hatin’ on Christianity?

    in Politics

    Everywhere you go some black folks  talk about the insanity in believing in Christianity. Although I understand the outrage, believing you were taught about the way to heaven calling on a European Jesus, and the backlash of that discovery,


    I believe Shakespeare said” I think the Lady doth protest too much.”


    Why so much hatin'?


    I don’t hear the same outrage with Islam or Judaism or Hebrewism or any other religious practices…so why so much hatin’ on Christianity?


    Is it because of the preponderance of the information of Christianity being used to enslave us and enslave the non-white peoples of the world, little is broadcast about the Muslim enslavement or the ‘convert or die’ tactics of Arabic Islam.


    Arabic Islam enslavement:


    Long before there was a Transatlantic Slave trade Arabic Moslems entered Africa with the idea of enslavement of the original peoples, and I believe to take over the original practice of Islam that many African practiced long before there was an Arab.


    So-called religions that have be segregated into disciplines, such as Christianity, Islam, Judaism, Buddhism, are all children of the Egyptian system made, formed and practiced by Africans.


     


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