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Special Guest: Lauren Mandel, author of EAT UP. Lauren Mandel’s new guide, Eat Up, explains this most local of food movements to help readers learn how to use their own private and corporate rooftops to bring fresh, organic produce to their tables. Lauren holds a Master of Landscape Architecture from the University of Pennsylvania and a B.A. in Environmental Science. http://eatupag.com/author/lnmandel/
Special Guest: Adam Hill, City Harvest Coordinator. The Pennsylvania Horticultural Society’s (PHS) City Harvest program taps the skills and energy of urban gardeners to make fresh, nutritious produce more widely available in under-resourced neighborhoods. PHS City Harvest gardeners grow and donate more than 20,000 pounds of produce each year, helping to feed about 1,000 families per week during the growing season. http://phsonline.org/greening/city-harvest
Special Guest: Mike Hill works for USDA Forest Service on landscape architecture projects and youth programs. Previously, Mike worked for 10 years at the National Building Museum in DC. Mike is a graduate of the Virginia Tech landscape architecture program. Mike received the Community Outreach Person of the Year Award from the DC Chapter of the National Organization for Minority Architects in 2011. Children's Forest Program: http://www.fs.usda.gov/detail/r6/learning/kids?cid=STELPRDB5387114
Does your urban gardening green thumb need some work? Perhaps you are interested in planning and planting your first garden, but only have a small budget and small space to work with. Guest: Gayla Trail is a seasoned gardener, author and speaker. She shares tips on how to start an urban garden with limited space and a small budget.
What is happening today in the world the church needs deperately to be on the forefront of discussion. Next month the Supreme court will determine marriage. The riots in the urban communities seemingly are week to week. The issue of education in the inner city seems to be lost and the discussion of more african american abortipons than live births is not even mentioned.
Hailing from Prescott, Arkansas, Rachel Hale is no stranger to the stage. While interning in Los Angeles for Patriot Records, Rachel auditioned for Season 12 of American Idol. Rachel was a featured contestant and was a top 20 female finalist competing in the “live” shows. The judges named her the “happiest contestant” because she was always smiling. Billboard ranked her performance of “Nothing But the Water” as one of the Top 12 Performances of the entire season. Due to American Idol, many doors have opened, and Rachel is currently writing, recording, and working on an EP in Nashville, TN.
URBAN SOCIETY Returns tonight on Dollhouse Radio!
Urban Society hosts an open platform for intellectual debates regarding the issues and current events affecting our Urban Communities. Hosted by James Jones and his new co-host Martin C.
Tonight we open the show with a poem from Shakespeare and a reading from the prologue of Ralph Ellison's "Invisible Man." Join us as we discuss the recent events that have taken place regarding Freddie Gray and the Baltimore Riots.
Urban Society airs live every Sunday night 10:30pm EST on the hottest station on the net...DOLLHOUSE RADIO!
What are some of your favorite urban legends? Do they hold some truth? Please join Magenta Ash and Joey as we explore some of our favorite urban legends and uncover the truth behind them.
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Today we are going in on multiple topics, absolutely nothing is off limits. Relationships, social consciousness, as well as what is happening right now in the news. Fun, insightful, and full of surprises, as you don't know what will come out of our host mouth next. We encourage our audience to get in on the fun and call in with questions, random thoughts, or to simply say hello to our host. Sit back and enjoy what is becoming our listeners favorite, Freestyle Sundays.
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Today on "It's My House" we shall take a look at the "root cause" of much of the rioting in urban cities in the United States Of America. The primary demographic that is seen in various pictures and news clippings are young black men. Many of these men and people in their community say that racism and white supremacy is to blame. However we shall take a look at some statistics take a look at the bigger picture.
There are only (6) HBCU Law Schools in the United States.
There are (30) teams in the NBA.
32 teams in the NFL
31 teams in MLB
There are 177,000 houses of worship (give or take) in the USA.
17,000 - 20,000 Afican American houses of worship in the USA
The Southern Baptish Convention has a membership of over 16,000,000 people.
Black churches have taken in more than $420,000,000,000.00 in tithes and offerings in the last 35 years. That averages out to $12,000,000,000.00 per year !
Orlando, Florida has a black population of over 65,000 people.
Do the math..........the root cause of the problem is Law Illiteracy and a over involvement in ENTERTAINMENT.
Catharsis: Interview on the happenings in Baltimore!Special
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