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Rodney "Tainted" Lucas was born August 14, 1979. He had a fast upbringing due to being raised by a single Mother. When asked, "Why do you write and what makes you so passionate!" Mr. Lucas smiled and said, "Life and the lack of living!" "I remember when all I had was a pencil, paper and hope. Hopes that I could write away my pain one word at a time", Mr. Lucas calmly explained. Mr. Lucas has written and performed for engagements, weddings, and funerals, just to name a few. It is very evident in his writings that he takes his gift serious. In addition to writing his book, website, and blog, he's extremely focused on finishing his professionally recorded album. Mr. Lucas is a highly descriptive writer which makes his words that much more powerful. "I'm barely starving. Playing the hand I was dealt because I'd rather gamble than throw my cards in", said Mr. Lucas quoting his recent poem titled "A Truth." Mr. Lucas is determined to brighten his future as well as that of his family. He is all too familiar with the struggle and refuses to go back to that. "I come from the bottom which is why I'm so determined to be on top", explains Mr. Lucas
Hr1 UK welfare bride who is too fat to work says taxpayers should pay $15k for her wedding. It's a human right!
Woman passed over for a job due to inappropriate attire. Judgement is one of those skills you need to land a job, that includes in your attire & how you handle criticism. The only way this woman is going to land a job now is by getting a face transplant after posting a profanity-laced rant on social media.
Hr2 Millennials, common sense, and entitlements. Do you hire people in the millennial generation?
Ben Carson says he and Rev. Al Sharpton have the same goal for America. Ben is either naive and trying to give Sharpton the benefit of the doubt or completely oblivious. Either way, he's not equipped to be president!
Only in California would legislators declare a state of emergency after dumping perfectly good, clean water into the ocean in order to save an un-endangered bait fish! We should have been capturing that water for years. Now we have a man-made dust bowl, courtesy of the California Legislature. Genius!
Hr3 Ohio public school hosts “Covered Girl Challenge” asks students to wear a hijab for a day. Do you think it's ok? Do you think they'll also challenge students to wear a yarmulke? A cross? A priest's robe? A Sikh dastaar? Doubtful.
Rev. Al Sharpton launches hunger strike to get Loretta Lynch AG confirmation.
Out-of-state students at UVA and UMD were asked if they would be willing to give up their U.S. citizenship to become “undocumented students” so their tuition would be $80k less. Think they did it? Yep!
Scott Eastwood reveals what Clint Eastwood was like as a father, Old school upbringing.
And now, the California legislature is working to provide medical for illegals. Why?
For how many years have you been given opportunities that lit you up with excitement and joy – only to say NO when everything within you screamed YES?
Why do we constantly deny ourselves simple happiness? Is it worthiness issues? Upbringing? Scarcity conversations? Perhaps.
What if you said YES and allowed that elation to come through you and into our world? Let’s give it a go!
Join me and my very special guest, Jenna Phillips, as we discuss saying YES to life and the possibilities that await our leap into happiness.
Jenna Phillips is on a mission to motivate and inspire as many people as possible to get their minds, bodies, and lives to sustainably function at optimal levels. She coaches her clients based upon the foundation of Self Love and responsibility. Through her coaching, they discover their inner superhuman and leadership. She takes them on a journey of self discovery and personal growth while old, limiting beliefs are uprooted and broken through. All relationships in their lives are healed and strengthened.
Charmayne Olswang has been a coach and mentor from an early age. Although for many years she followed society’s standards and benchmarks for success, she was guided back to her heart’s song and God given purpose. She is certified in Holistic Health and Transformational Life Coaching as well as ways to connect to one’s Higher calling. She works with clients wanting to make changes in their daily lives in order to reach their health & lifestyle goals. These desires may include obtaining more energy, managing weight, stress, and anxiety and making effective choices for themselves and their families.
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Prophetess Joann Smith is sharing first of her empowering episode for women .Today's interview will be on happiness nuggets for single and married women and the importance of setting personal goals, values and standards.
Prophetess Joann Smith is a business owner with Mary Kay Cosmetics,wife to her hubby,Apostle James and mother to her five childen. She and her hubby are overseers of Kingdom Dynasty International Ministries and have been married for over 20 years .
Prophetess Joann Smith is on Facebook.
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"Stand Tall Stand Proud and Aspire" by Andrea Berry
BOOK TRAILER https://youtu.be/WwIBxkblj3Q
Just how important are role models? As young men, it is important to have people who are instrumental in your growth, success, and upbringing. This book is purposed to give young men positive and diverse role models who they place in their repertoire as they mold their personalities, character, and lives. The leaders mentioned in this story have a positive impact on their communities and the nation. Many of them are icons both nationally and internationally.
Dr. Berry-Opher is a proven collaborative administrator who demonstrates expertise in empowering teaching staffs, successful implementation of professional learning communities through book studies and action research, influencing cultural diversity awareness, and providing high quality teacher professional development. She enjoys working with children and their families. One of her near and dear projects is facilitating the Dads Aimed and Determined to Support (D.A.D.S.) parenting classes, a partnership between the Office of Minority Achievement and the Department of Social Services.
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She's not Billie, not Judy, not Jennifer, not Carmen, not Nancy, it's Cynthia Holiday!
Cynthia Holiday is a real crowd pleaser and her renditions of straight-ahead jazz, blues and pop standards are full of swing, improvisation and soul. Clearly, singing live before an audience is where she feels most comfortable.
Kevin Mahogany says, "I met Cynthia many years ago when I used to frequent various jam sessions in Harlem clubs. I was struck by her ability to quickly command the stage. Cynthia has fantastic stage presence and it's time for her music to be heard."
Cynthia says "I love the up-and-close feeling of performing in small, intimate venues like SMOKE or Showmans Jazz Club in NYC. I also enjoy the thrill of performing for an audience of 10,000 + people at outdoor events like the Harlem Jazz & Blues Festival or Hartford Jazz Festival." Following her performance, the Hartford Courier's music review said of Cynthia "She may have been unfamiliar to the audience, but Holiday quickly won over the crowd with her blues-soaked swing and charming banter."
Since the 2008 release of her debut album, All The Way, on the Miles High Records Label, Cynthia Holiday has made new fans and friends in the US and internationally. Most recently she served as a judge in the 2013 Asian Dreams Jazz Vocal Competition followed by a performance with the TS Monk Septet in Osaka, Japan.
Cynthia's gifted vocals and natural inclination for jazz is attributed to her upbringing in Newark, New Jersey where music filled her home on any given day. Her stepfather, trumpeter Calvin Hughes was a band leader and performed with such jazz greats as Count Basie, Frank Foster, Clark Terry, Eddie "Lockjaw" Davis, and Big Maybelle.
Tune in as Queen Quet, Chieftess of the Gullah/Geechee Nation (www.QueenQuet.com) concludes the "Women's Herstory Month Celebration 2015" on Gullah/Geechee Riddim Radio with special guest, author Sheronda L. Barksdale. Sheronda L. Barksdale just released and inspiration book entitled, "Fearless Prayer." She will discuss her personal journey which has led to her being a life coach and how she draws on her Gullah/Geechee traditons and upbringing in that process. Truly Gullah/Geechees have thrived and survived due to "Fearless Prayer." Tune een an yeddi mo pun we sho-Gullah/Geechee Riddim Radio!
Douglas “Ka’iwi” Ah Hee, a Kahu in Hawaii, will be discussing his work in - and philosophy of - healing, and the need for a strong faith. His experiences in “seeing” what was going on with his client’s body, allowed him to recognize how their memories from past events would promote disease. By explaining this to them, he has helped many - not only free their body of pain- but also open up to understanding their own “gifts”.
Kahu Ka’iwi will discuss cases from his own work that describe how releasing these ties to harmful memories helped clients. He helps clients heal physically, emotional, and spiritually – the true healing of ho’ oponopono.
Douglas “Ka`iwi” Ah Hee comes from the windward side of the island of Oahu, Hawai`i. He credits his pure Hawaiian grandmother for his upbringing and “gifts.” She would talk to people that he could not “see.” Growing up as a “sensitive” was never discussed by anyone in his family. Her passing when he was 16, caused much angst, as he did not know how to deal with his seeing, feeling, and sensing “spirits.” It was not until he had his 2 daughters, and they shared with him of what they were “seeing”, that he decided to embrace his “gifts.”
Ka’iwi started The Ho`ola Foundation LLC, which was created to teach individuals, groups and eventually communities to empower themselves. Through Ho`oponopono (to make right; or correct) and Ha`aha`a (humility) one may restore the true La`a kea (Sacred Light) of Aloha within the mind, body and spirit.
Ho'ola - meaning to give life, heal, to cure; Ola - meaningful life, well-being, living.
This edition of A Kind Voice on Music features Quiana Lynell, certified southern girl, who infuses her classical training and gospel upbringing with her love for jazz. Embracing her four-octave range, she is able to perform a limitless repertoire. Her style, Jazz, Classical, Soul and Funk, or as she has coined "Jazzicalsofunk," has been described as nothing you have ever heard. Her personality shines through as she delves into the true meaning of well-known songs and exposes hidden tips and secrets to true happiness. Captivating the audience with her voice her smile lights the way, as she shares with you her soul through song. Listen in as host, Mitch Ruth asks about her LOVEME initiative, sending a postitive message with music and, if we're lucky, he'll ask the burning question, "Sugar or salt on the grits?"
Quianna's Webrpage www.quianalynell.com
Quianna's Kickstarter http://kck.st/1FbJ9Rg
Quianna on Twitter @quianalynell
Hr1 … Joe Rant, True equality means you stand up for everyone?
Brad Dacus President of Pacific Justice Institute in to discuss your child’s rights at school. What is happening with our
administrators banning the American Flag from campus, pushing the kids not to have an American themed dance?
Children of Same sex parents speak out in a LOVING way about their upbringing and environments. One writes of a change of heart and feel that kids need to grow up in homes with both mom and dad. the LEFT beats them up, WHY?
Hr2 No Drug Testing for Welfare recipients but Dems say Heirs Must “Earn” Inheritance from Parents and pass a drug test to receive money, REALLY?
Steve Patten - Journalist - Book out this summer - "Foreign Correspondent." 40 years in the middle east, Worked for CBS News, Far East, MIAs, POWs, CIA, War on Terror get the inside.
Lets ALL vote?
Hr3 SF nuts at it again want to lower voting age to 16, We all know what good reasoning skills most 16 year olds have!
Pete Sepp, President of National Taxpayers Union, believes Congress has to work together to accomplish comprehensive tax reform NOW! or else!
Planned Parenthood twice performed an abortion on a rape victim, raped by the same person twice. WHY haven't they been closed down?
Whether it’s style of dress, hairstyles, makeup, cultural upbringing, dating preferences, mentality regarding life/love or how they’re perceived by black men…. There are MANY differences between women of African American descent and other races. Tune into “The Dedan Tolbert Show” LIVE TONIGHT at 9:00pm EST as we discuss “Dating Differences: White Women vs Black Women”, where we’ll discuss the ways women of various cultures differ and what things can be learned to improve building and maintaining strong relationships. Feel free to call in questions/comments to 646 200 0366 or listen LIVE online worldwide at www.dedantolbertshow.com... REAL Radio that Matters for over 10 Years”.
All these years when
America had free grade school and free high school, why has
college been SO expensive? When a student graduates high school
the average age is 18. That's the same age when he or she can
become a military soldier. If they could not afford that
expensive college, they've been told to just go overseas for a
few years and they will afford higher education.
The sad news is that some of these teenagers never returned home
and died in the army or navy or air force. Even some that were
lucky enough to return home, committed suicide after leaving
these wars. When they return home, they are reminded of their
loving religious upbringing. They had been taught to "love thy
neighbor" or "thou shalt not kill". If they were told overseas
to "go in that house and kill whoever you see" they now mourn
for all those innocent men or women or children that they killed
under military order.
Fortunately, President Obama is now recommending that college
becomes as free to our students as was their grade school and
high school. Instead of learning to kill, high school grads can
now continue to learn the truth on how to save our planet.
As an example, Saudi Arabia is No. 6 on the list of
dictatorships in our world. They get most of their weapons from
countries like ours and we get a low price for the oil from
under their ground. Instead of sending our boys and girls
overseas to get that good price on their oil, why not switch to
solar or wind power? That could also put an end to Climate
Change on our planet.
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