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Blood in My Eye was completed only days before the martyrdom of George Jackson, August 21, 1971 at the hands of San Quentin prision guards. While in prision he read widely and transformed into an activist and political theoretician who defined himself as a revolutionary. As a revolutionary he found meaning in his prision existence.
George Jackson University is designed to turn the criminal mentality into a progressive one. Every prisioner behind bars or walking the streets have the potential to have a changed mentality, and work against the system that enslaved us to begin with.
Listen in as we discuss the writings of George Jackson, talk to his family, friends, comrades, those whom he was incarcerated with.
We will examine the ideology of George Jackson; and see how far advanced he was/is.
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8PM CST - Circle Sanctuary's Circle Talk: Gods and Goddesses of Yuletide and Winter Solstice - Interested in or have questions about which Gods and Goddesses are celebrated by different traditions during the Yule season and Winter Solstice? Join Circle Ministers, Jeanet and David Ewing for a discussion on how different Gods and Goddesses are celebrated during the Yuletide/Winter Solstice Season.
9PM CST - Pagan Music Project: The World's Greatest Steampunk Cabaret Band, Frenchy and the Punk!
An energetic hybrid of European Folk roots, Punk attitude, World Beat eclecticism and traveling player theatricality.
Hot off the road from their Bonjour Batfrog tour, Frenchy and the Punk join Pamela Kelly for the first time! Join the Carnivale!
Taylor Mason’s quick wit, flawless delivery and polished material make him a hit with audiences of all ages. He is a ventriloquist, musician and stand-up comedian.
He has carved out a career in comedy and entertainment that has taken him around the world and into living rooms across the United States for the past 25 years. He’s won multiple, prestigious entertainment awards, appeared on a myriad of television programs, helped craft and performed in television commercials, wrote a book on ventriloquism for Penguin Publishing, and on and on.
He has a bachelor’s degree in Agriculture from the University of Illinois and a master’s degree from The Medill School of Journalism at Northwestern University. His experience as a comedy writer and performer has taken him from The Second City Theater in Chicago to headlining gigs at every major comedy club across the country. He’s as comfortable writing and executing humor for corporate clients like Microsoft and Wal-Mart as he is doing a show for teens or children on a Disney Cruise ship. He’s performed for countless church functions. He’s done bar mitzvahs and synagogue shows. He continues to sell out comedy clubs and is requested at college campuses.
It’s impossible to put Taylor Mason in a box. You cannot define his audience, because his act transcends demographics and niches. It’s a throwback and yet it’s contemporary. He’s inclusive, he’s genuinely interested in his audience and he’s 100% committed to every performance, every project, and every single job he takes.
There is no way to describe what he does, because combining ventriloquism, music and comedy is unique to Taylor Mason and quite literally needs to be seen to be believed.
In this episdoe of The Red Light Sports Ramble, presented by The Red Light Sports Network, Evan Witalison and Troy Otradovec will discuss the hottest sports topics, on twitter. The biggest news today, Paul Chryst should be named Head Coach, of the Wisconsin Badgers, before the show goes live. Do you think that the Badgers made the right choice? What will the University of Pittsburgh do for their next coaching search? Johnny Manziel made his NFL debut, against the Cincinnati Bengals. Manziel did not sizzle the fans, and finished 10 of 18 for 80 yards, with zero touchdowns and two interceptions. His running legs only gained 13 yards on five carries. At the end of the day, the Cincinnati Bengals defeated the Cleveland Browns 30-0. Do you think that Manziel is the long term answer for the Browns? Listen in to hear about all of the other hot sports topics.
Jeff Gonzales was raised in Phoenix's East Valley, writing songs for his first band The Dirt Bike Kids at 15. He then served as bassist/vocalist of Tempe's Loud Americans, with the late Marco Holt. In 2005, he joined psychedelic pop band Skybox, relocating with them to Chicago. During this time he began to write and perform as a solo artist, embracing more traditional folk and country music in his songwriting, and testing his songs out at the El train stops in the Windy City. Gonzales later returned to Arizona and recorded his solo debut, The Lights Just Went Out..., which he produced with Aaron Ott. The 6-song EP earned him high praise, including Songwriter of the Year honors from YabYum Music & Arts. A new record is currently in the works, with the single The Robin & Birch Tree to precede the new record, sometime in 2015.
D.G. Scherrer is a singer-songwriter and award-winning poet from Phoenix, AZ. He began writing and singing songs when he was twelve years old, as the front man for a junior high school punk band. Since then he has become something of a songwriter's songwriter, crafting dark, catchy, lyrically sophisticated tunes in the tradition of Leonard Cohen and Townes Van Zandt. Still, the bite and immediacy of punk remains apparent in his songs, as well as in the sheer volume of his voice when he roars a chorus. Scherrer draws heavily on older American music forms, particularly blues, gospel and country.
Join host Lori Hays for an exciting conversation with author Mark David Gerson for a conversation about his literary journey and his newest book: Birthing Your Book: Even If You Don't Know What It's About
"I like to joke that my Muse tricked me into writing and, in a sense, that's true. In public school and through most of university, I did everything I could to avoid writing. I opted instead for subjects like math; that way, I minimized the dangers of not only being wrong but of being judged harshly for having been wrong.
"But my Muse had other plans, as I write about in Acts of Surrender: A Writer's Memoir. Starting in high school when I was pushed into doing the publicity for two musical theater productions, I was slowly, subtly and unconsciously transformed into the writer I never thought I wanted to be. Within a decade, I was freelancing full-time as a self-taught writer and editor.
"What I have discovered over the years is that The Call To Write is one I can't ignore, which is why I titled my second book The Voice of the Muse: Answering the Call to Write. I can't not write any more than I can't not breathe.
"Today, when I'm not working on my own creative projects, I'm helping to guide others -- writers and non-writers alike -- on theirs. I do it with my books and recordings. I do it in my workshops, webinars and seminars. And I do it one-on-one as a creativity catalyst, a term I invented to take coaching and mentoring to dynamic, more empowered levels.
~ Mark David Gerson
"Running off the mouth' is a hilarous yet smart talk radio show hosted by Nafeesha Pasha aka Flawless Darapchick featuring exclusive interviews, the best old & new school music, & the hottest topics of today. Call in to 646 478 4069 to listen from your phone or log on to www.blogtalkradio.com every Wednesday from 9pm-10:30pm.
There is a white male, maybe more than one abducting little black girls in Minneapolis. Co-host Ronald A. Edwards called the Minneapolis Public Schools and asked why an “AMBER ALERT” or “ROTO-CALL” was not done. School officials said it did not meet the threshold. The Minneapolis and St. Paul Public Schools have failed children of color one to many times. Join us as we talk about education, some history about Minnesota and current events.