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  • 00:31

    CMC Radio Presents: Samantha Inesta of BeASister2ASister - Part 5

    in Women

    CMC Radio Presents: Samantha Inesta of BeASister2ASister - Part 5

  • 00:30

    Elder Desiree' H-Bonner-Prophetic Window-Women of Power 5th Annual Tele-Revival

    in Women

    Anointed, Expressive, and Spirit-filled! Saved by God’s Grace in 1990 and then Sanctified by His Holy Spirit, Desireé endeavors to sing and write songs of worship and praise focused on God and Him glorified. 


    Desireé operates in the Body of Christ as a Psalmist; a Levitical and Evangelistic call with Prophetic and Apostolic mantles.  And, through the ministry of Music and the Word, she is anointed to provoke an atmosphere of worship, where God's presence can be felt and realized; hearts opened to His Holy Spirit, and lives drawn to Him.


     


    She has released two Sacred Music CD’s; "The Psalmist... Volume One" & "The Psalmist... Volume Two" and is currently working on the Third Volume! Her first Book entitled "The Heart of the Psalmist" was published in November of 2012 and she has recently released her second Book, “To the Wounded Warrior", while contributing to the Anthology: “Organized Obstacles” with her story entitled “Unfinished: The Diary of a Psalmist”.


     


    For Booking:    404.500.8225               www.DHBONNER.com

  • 00:36

    Should We Legalize Prostitution? with Dr. Melinda Chateavert

    in Romance

    T&A are very excited to talk with Dr. Mindy Chateauvert, historian and author of the book, 'Sex Workers Unite: A History of the Movement from Stonewall to Slutwalk' in part one of this two-part show.  Sex worker's rights are a hotly debated topic and everyone seems to have an opinion about its possible legalization- but do we really know what we're talking about?  Mindy answers all of our questions and gives us  an incredibly educated and eye-opening account of all sides of the debate.  Plus, A shares her experience from being in the industry and the girls talk about the damaging affects of America's 'Whorephobia' with Mindy (Mindy's term, we can't claim that one).


    See Dr. Melinda Chateuvert's work at www.sexworkersunite.com and follow her @whorestorian

  • 9-2-2015- Should Black People Get Reperations ?/ Should Prostitution Be Legal?

    in Politics

    To ADDRESS the terrible human and economic costs of slavery and racial injustice in the United States, many have proposed that reparations be paid to African-Americans.


    Would this compensate for the wrongs that have been done? Is it fair or practical to consider it? And if reparations were approved, how would they be implemented?


     


    Proponents of legalizing prostitution believe it would reduce crime, improve public health, increase tax revenue, help people out of poverty, get prostitutes off the streets, and allow consenting adults to make their own choices. They contend that prostitution is a victimless crime,Opponents believe that legalizing prostitution would lead to increases in sexually transmitted diseases such as AIDS, global human trafficking, and violent crime including rape and homicide. They contend that prostitution is inherently immoral, commercially exploitative, empowers the criminal underworld, and promotes the repression of women by men.


     


     

  • 01:54

    Westchester On the Level with Narog an Aris

    in News

    “Featured” BlogTalkRadio program Westchester On the Level with Narog and Aris opens the Wednesday, September 2, 2015th broadcast day at 10am Eastern Time with Co-hosts Dan Murphy, Rising Media Group Editor-in-Chief, and Hezi Aris, Yonkers Tribune Editor. The City of Yonkers is our central them. We’ll take a critical view over Yonkers politics, and then some. Tune in for the fun.


    From 10:30 -11am Hezi Aris will engage in international news reviews and analysis.


    Jennifer Friedman, Esq., Managing Director of My Sister’s Place’s New Center for Legal Services explains the services provided victims of domestic violence and human trafficking and its pertinence in finding paths toward survival and safety that are little recognized by society in general. Does the public interest have a stake in the outcome? How so? What can any one person do? Listen in to learn more from 11-11:30am.


    Daniel Lipka, Executive Director of the Yonkers Downtown Business Improvement District speaks to the events planned for the Yonkers Waterfront this weekend and next for those in search of fun, good food, community, and venues of exceptional natural and artistic expression and sports from 11:45am to 12Noon.


    Your participation is shamelessly solicited; share your perspective; ask a question, be heard! Engage us during the two-hour radio time slot using our newly installed Chat Room or place your call to (347) 205-9201. You are only asked to please be respectful of all our guests and stay on topic.


    Listen live or on demand:.

  • Why Are So Many Men Today Against Getting Married?

    in Women

    Fifty three percent of African American children are living in single parent female headed households. Some are because of divorce. But a great number are because the parents never married. In order for a marriage to happen, a man has to propose marriage to a woman.  In too many families today, men have no desire to marry their "baby's mama." What has made marriage obsolete? We'll talk to young men, and even older men who prefer the single life, and find out why the institution of marriage is so unpopular among today's men? What message about marriage are young men receiving from their elders?  Are young men in college more likely to marry, or does college only confirm that the bachelor life is better? Jared Mitchel, sophomore engineering student at Morehouse College and recent recipient of the Jesse Jackson Sr. Fellows scholarship of $75,000 from the Toyota Corporation, joins us today to give a perspective on how today's up and coming young men view the possibilities of marriage 

  • 03:02

    The Female Solution: Why Are So Many Men Today Against Getting Married?

    in Religion

    Fifty three percent of African American children are living in single parent, female headed households. Some are because of divorce. But a great number are because the parents never married. In order for a marriage to happen, the man has to propose marriage to the women. In too many families today, men hae no desire to be married to their "baby's mama."  What has happened that has maid marriage obsolete? We'll talk to young men, and even older men who prefere the singl life, and find out why the institution of marriage is so unpopular today among men. Is it possible to rebuild the family when so many men are choosing to remain single? What message are young men receiving from their elders about marriage? Are young men in college more likely to marry, or does college only reconfirm that the bachelor life is better?


     

  • 00:51

    ClearHeartLife w GodisShaniAsantewaa: Dream Community Sangha & Seva

    in Self Help

    Can we call ourselves belonging to a community and not contribute to the well being & sustenance of the community? What does that look like and why is it a problem sometimes?  How far does selfishness get us/ How does Service serve us?  Are we willing to perform  (service) on ourselves? should we be expected to and what if we are not?  Fear & EGO..Patience? What is Love? Compasion?? .. Who should carry that weight? who should pay the price?


    Apart from looking at which business activities are HOT for the area, we also must KNOW OURSELVES for our work to be play and our play to be our work, for us to challenge ourslves to greater heights of excellence, we must KNOW OURSELVES.  Schedule your organic ClearHeartLifeStyle retreat now to compile your personal Book of Self w Godis Shani Asantewaa. 215.253.2134


     


    Godis WAYMAKER.....


    Rennaisance Woman Godis Shani Asantewaa Sheryl Strothers is the Mother of 4 mostly grown folks; a Civil Engineer,Transportation Planning, MIT; a Metaphysician; Psychic Surgeon, Buddhist; Practitioner of Religious Science; Environmental Activist, Organic Co-op Co-founder; Educator; Athlete; Belly Dance Instructor; Permaculturist; Cyclist, Yoga Instructor, Artist and Culture Doyenne. Schedule her NOW for your event 215.253.2134

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  • 01:27

    "Men Talk Monday" Why Men Aren’t Really Men Anymore

    in Dads and Family

    There was once a time when men used to be real men. When they dressed with style, when they had a certain honor code they followed that involved treating not only their elders and each other with respect, but women alike. Unfortunately, those days are far- gone — a thing of the past. What we have now is… to be quite honest, I’m not sure.


    There are of course certain men out there who still have their affairs in order, but we are few in number. What people are most often subject to is the company of boys who are refusing to grow up and man up — boys who prefer to play with their toys than to do their part in bettering society, the human race and the world as a whole. These poor excuses for men have the bodies of adults and the mentalities, as well as the social outlook of toddlers. Horny toddlers, but toddlers nonetheless.


    It’s all about character — or in this case, the lack of character. Something has been happening during this era dubbed the “information age.” Social media platforms have taken away the need to interact face to face, taking away the need for actual interaction. This is great in many regards: you can now keep in touch with friends and family all over the world from a handheld device.

  • 00:31
  • Lost Girl Saved by Grace - Chanel Dionne

    in Motivation

    As a speaker and a blogger Chanel Dionne unashamedly shares her journey through hardship and triumph. During her adolescence and as a young woman she faced many trials. In 2009 she found herself in a very dark place in her life and fell prey to the mind control of a pimp and was sex trafficked. After falling for his false promises of a better life and freedom she lost everything including her identity.


    For 2 1/2 years she lived and breathed the "fast life" of working in the sex industry. Then in 2011 she managed to finally walk away and never go back. After leaving the industry and moving back to her hometown Chanel would still find herself unable to resist and break free from the shameful past she carried. It was not until after a suicide attempt that a co-worker slipped her note and shared with her the good news about a man named Jesus Christ that she began to start to see the light.


    In 2012, she joined a local Baptist church and publicly gave her life to Christ by baptism and since that day her life has been one of total transformation. Today she serves as a true witness of Christ grace, love, and mercy. Her passion is speaking and writing about her life so light can be shed on a hurting generation. Chanel Dionne believes there is hope for ANYONE regardless of their background. She lives and serves as a personal witness to the belief that she stands on today.


    On June 23, 2015 Chanel will be publishing her very first book entitled, “Lost Girl Saved By Grace” where she will share her journey to redemption with you more in depth. She also plans to use her story to enlighten the world on how close to home sex trafficking can be and to challenge the culture to rise up and to take action!