• Angels on Air - 12.24.14 - 'Tis the Night before Christmas with the Archangels'

    in Spirituality

    Join Nanette Ellis and her co-host Rev Nancy Sue Meyer and Jamie Street on 12-24-14 @ 7PM EST, call in number 626-213-5652 or listen and participate via chat, for this wonderful Topic regarding the 'Night before Christmas' with the Archangels.  What an exciting time of year and we here at Angels on Air choose to share our time with you, whether you have family surrounding you and overwhelmed or are alone for the Holidays.  Allow us to come into your home with the message of  Sharing Love and Joy that you may carry throughout next year:}  If you can not make the show no worries catch us on replay.  We are sure there shall be messages for everyone.


    We wish to thank Rev Elvia of AngelsTeach.com for sponsoring our show each week.  We highly recommend you go to Angels Teach.com and peruse her site.  It is a wealth of information for all demographics.  With love, Nanette

  • 01:02

    Agitator Radio

    in Politics Progressive

    Agitator Radio host Robert Dawkins discusses: progressive, politics, race relations, American politics, African American, culture, demographics, social justice, economic justice, racial disparity, justice, American history, society, social change, law enforcement, police, labor, labor organizing, organized labor, North Carolina, community action, community organization, and more!


    Robert is joined by activists working to Free Rev. Edward Pinkney of Benton Harbor. Rev. Pinkney was charged with 5 counts of election fraud for allegedly changing dates on petition signatures by an all-white jury. No evidence, no witnesses were presented yet Rev. Pinkney was convicted and sentenced to between 2.5 and 10 years for something that would normally not be a crime. When there is a question about the validity of petition signatures, typically the signatures are simply not counted.

  • Show 26: Dean Melinda Stephens - CUBM's Liaison with Geneva College

    in Education

    Dr. Melinda Stephens began as a chemistry professor at Geneva College and is now the Dean of Undergraduate Studies at Geneva. She prerecorded today's discussion with John and Karla to talk about her journey into the study of chemistry, how she incorporates faith into her chemistry classes, her transition into higher education administration and what's new at Geneva as they face changes necessitated by changing admissions demographics and other 21st educational trends.

  • 02:00

    Carson's Corner: The Election Boycott Advocates.

    in Politics Progressive

    Almost another year in the books, and the oppression of the American worker continues to get worse. From phony billionaire-owned elections, a us-backed fascist coup in Ukraine, to an out-of-control militarized police force that seeks to perserve the privilege of the ruling class, the workers in America have been forced to engage in non-compliance. Non-compliance already exists in our society in the form of the non-voter. However, we are starting to see the beginnings of a mass response from the oppressed.


    Join the Election Boycott Advocates as they recap some of the year's events, as well what we in the working class have to look forward in 2015.

  • Chicano Chronicles

    in Politics Progressive

    Host Jacque DelRio discusses: progressive politics, race relations, american politics, chicano, hispanic, latino, african american, culture, demographics, social justice, economic justice, racial disparity, justice, law enforcement, american history, society, social change, law enforcement, police, police brutality, community action, community organization, and more!

  • 02:01

    Progressive Conversation

    in Politics Progressive

    Andrea Miller, Terence Dicks, progressive politics, American politics, culture, demographics, social justice, economic justice, justice, social change, candidates, elections, policy, Congress, and more!


    John Bonifaz is the Co-Founder and President of Free Speech For People. Mr. Bonifaz previously served as the Executive Director and then General Counsel of the National Voting Rights Institute, an organization he founded in 1994, and as the Legal Director of Voter Action, a national election integrity organization. Mr. Bonifaz has been at the forefront of key voting rights battles in the country for more than two decades: pioneering a series of court challenges, applying political equality principles, that have helped to redefine the campaign finance question as a basic voting rights issue of our time; initiating and leading a legal strategy for revisiting Buckley v. Valeo in the courts; leading the fight in the federal courts in Ohio for a recount of the 2004 presidential vote in that state; and prevailing in federal court in Pennsylvania on the eve of the 2008 election to ensure that Pennsylvania voters would receive emergency paper ballots when they faced long lines caused by voting machine breakdowns. In addition to his work in the field of voting rights and democracy advocacy, Mr. Bonifaz has also served as co-counsel in international human rights and environmental litigation, including litigation to hold the Chevron-Texaco oil company accountable for its widespread destruction of the Ecuadorian Amazon. Mr. Bonifaz is a 1992 cum laude graduate of Harvard Law School and a 1999 recipient of a MacArthur Foundation Fellowship.


    Andrea Miller will be joined by Rev. Glencie Rhedrick who will introduce her new show Women: Change Agents

  • 00:31

    A Conversation With Taylor Mason

    in Comedy

    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.

  • 01:33

    The Politics of Faith with Rev. Rodney Sadler

    in Politics Progressive

    Host Dr. Rev. Rodney Sadler discusses Politics of Faith including progressive politics, American politics, culture, demographics, social justice, economic justice, history, society, social change, community action, community organization, and more!


    Rev. Sadler is joined by the world renowned Christian activist and author Ched Myers. Ched is the author of "Binding the Strongman" and "The Biblical Vision of Sabbath Economics" among other texts and is at the forefront of thinking on the ways that our economy can better reflect the mandates of Scripture. I will also be joined by two of my guests from the last couple of weeks. Jason Williams of "Little Tree" and Greg Jarrell of "Family Tree" (both intentional Christian communities in NC) will share time with me and engage in the larger conversation with Ched. In addition to the issue of moral economic practices, I would like to engage over the issues of race and what we can do to address this issue in our society. 


    Movement Building with Joel Segal


    Joel is joined by Ben Ptashnik discussing the Rev. Edward Pinkney arrest and sentencing.

  • 01:02

    Agitator Radio

    in Politics Progressive

    Agitator Radio host Robert Dawkins discusses: progressive politics, race relations, American politics, African American, culture, demographics, social justice, economic justice, racial disparity, justice, American history, society, social change, law enforcement, police, labor, labor organizing, organized labor, North Carolina, community action, community organization, and more!


    Robert's guest is Ellen Dunbar. Ellen Dunbar is Director of the US-Africa Ebola Working Group and President of Miss Africa Foundation, a DC-based non-profit organization created to improve the quality of life of the underprivileged, with emphasis on advancing healthcare, education and economic empowerment. Dunbar received personal requests from the Ambassadors of Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone to help fight the deadly Ebola virus, requests which, under the guardianship of Joel Segal, resulted in partnering with some of the most powerful activists, philanthropists and lobbyists to form the U.S.-Africa Ebola Working Group. 

  • 00:32

    [ENCORE] Reaching The Multicultural Consumer | Glenn Llopis & Tony Alessandra

    in Entrepreneur

    To succeed in today’s ever-changing business climate, it’s imperative that C-Suite leaders become keenly aware of their customers and the changing face of the consumer. As the United States grows more diverse, we must be equipped with the tools and skills to be constantly changing and evolving to keep up with the modern consumer.


    Our first guest, Glenn Llopis, is a noted entrepreneur, author and speaker, as well as the founder and CEO of the Center for Hispanic Leadership. Glenn stresses the importance of having an “immigrant perspective” on leadership and becoming keenly aware of the disconnect between the changing cultural demographics in the U.S. to better understand how they are reached and represented by brands. Leaders, he says, must be willing to adapt and develop new strategies for the evolving marketplace and rise of multicultural groups not only in the consumer role, but in the workforce as well.


    Our second guest, Tony Alessandra, is a prolific author, entrepreneur and speaker who specializes in sales, communication skills and behavioral styles. Tony is a strong advocate for constant education and self-improvement beyond the classroom walls. Education is essential for C-Suite leaders to maintain relevancy, understand their customers and truly be at the top of their game. Tony emphasizes the Platinum Rule: Treat others the way they want to be treated. This is key to truly connecting with both employees and customers and creating lasting relationships at all levels.


    With so many fantastic opportunities for continued education, C-Suite leaders can now reach customers and grow their businesses in powerful new ways. A willingness to adapt and evolve is essential. New tools for learning, coupled with a deep understanding of the changing consumer, will guide the C-Suite, and their companies, along the path to success.

  • 02:01

    Progressive Conversation

    in Politics Progressive

    Join us for the first episode of Just Sayin' hosted by Mimi Kennedy and Judy Hess.


    Andrea Miller, Terence Dicks, progressive politics, American politics, culture, demographics, social justice, economic justice, justice, social change, candidates, elections, policy, Congress, and more!


    We are joined by Rev. Rodney Sadler and Rev. Prince Decker on the upcoming International Ebola Prayer Vigil being held this weekend.


     

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