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Danita Sanders is a lover of life, love, and all things Jesus.
As a mother and divorcee, Danita discovered she has talents in many arenas, but her one passion that can be found in everything she does, is helping others. Writing became a way to get what she was thinking and experience out, in a healthy way and at the same time help or inspire others. It has been the encouragement of her close circle of friends and family that kept her blogging, but it was a God inspired vision that gave her the clearance and purpose to write "God, Love, & Divorce".
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Black Wall Street: The Money, The Music & The People
Black Wall Street is a docu-short film which seeks to highlight the remarkable, yet forgotten story of the historic Negro neighborhood, Jackson Ward in Richmond, Virginia. Dubbed “the Black Wall Street” by economists of the early 20th Century because of its economic and financial prowess in a day and age when people of color were deemed incapable of being anything other than a waste of space, the “city within a city” was the epicenter of Negro life and entertainment boasting claim to such memorable and notable daughters and sons as Maggie L. Walker, the first Negro (black) woman to own a bank, and entertainer extraordinaire, Bill “Bojangles” Robinson. The film also seeks to highlight the value of this historic neighborhood as rich material for fiction.
Written & Directed by: Rebekah L. Pierce
SPONSOR “If I Were A” story by Dan Clements illustrated by Lori Clements
Great Commitment Builds A Great Church by Mike Riley
Scientists claim they can change your belief on immigrants and God – with MAGNETS the conclusion By Selina Sykes from episode 392
Leading presidential candidates have nationwide financial support; many stragglers, not so much by Will Tucker and Brianna Gurciullo opensecrets.org
The money powering the NRA by Blake Ellis and Melanie Hicken CNN money
Will Wall Street money make Clinton pull her punches? Greg Gordon and Kevin G. Hall McClatchy Washington Bureau
Wall Street Still Betting Big on Jeb Bush, Overlooking Slide in Polls by Beth Reinhard and Christopher S. Stewart WSJ
AFRICAN AMERICAN TALK RADIO should be at the top of your playlist whenit comes to empowering Black people.
African American Talk Radio is about sharing ideas and establishing relationships through which we build and leave an economic legacy for our children and their children.
AATR is a global, multi-faceted group of people, hosted by Michael Bates affectionately known as “The Business Bishop,” who has dedicated his life to helping churches, non-profits, corporations, leaders and families to maximize their growth potential.
WHAT MAKES US DIFFERENT?:
A.A.T.R. is not about a variety of opinions. It is about a CALL TO ACTION. Let’s turn Black Talk Radio into Black Action Radio. In the spirit of Black Wall Street, ownership and control of income producing assets are keys to economic growth of a people.
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Today on "It's My House" we shall be speaking with Mama AZ who is one of our "Black Towns" journalist & historians. To lay the ground work we shall lay the foundation of the distinctions between "Black Towns vs Black Wall Street". After laying that foundation we shall speak with Mama AZ about Napoleon Davis and the "Oklahoma Creek Freedman Association & Shine".
After all of she adds more to our foundation then we shall discuss HOW to apply the "9 Friends" concept in growing our businesses, communities, or the current Black Towns that exist today.
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There are multiple deadlines for Congress now through early December, including lifting the Debt Ceiling (Nov. 3, 2015 deadline) and passing the budget (December 11, 2015 deadline). Getting these deals passed without any drama now is very important. Treasury Secretary Lew says that he won't be able to pay bills on November 3, 2015 without action now.
Speaker of the House John Boehner and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell have been meeting with President Obama to come up with a compromise before Boehner splits town on Friday.
Both sides know there isn't much of a choice on the Debt Ceiling. It must be raised. The only question is when and what kind of budget deal goes along with it. If there isn't a compromise fast, Wall Street will react, as will the credit rating agencies.
I'll examine the risks and the probabilities, as well as what lies beyond these crises for 2016, which will be the 8th year of the current bull market.
Within the context of Black Empowerment Liberia would have been the nation state (a.k.a. the base of operations)
Black Wall Street would have been the Satellite community within the United States with a direct line of trade and commerce with the nation state.
Neither one was a failure but a lesson.
Apparently a lesson we have yet to learn from and take things to the next logical level, natural conclusion and ultimate end game;
LAND, INFRASTRUCTURE, NATIONHOOD
We cover 2 topics in our discussion in the episode of the Women Truckers Network phone conference.
The Wall Street Journal Article on Truck Parking called "Too Many Trucks, Too Little Parking" PLUS Recent CDL Student Issues that Involve Schools Who May Be Taking Advantage of the Workforce Investment Act Voucher Grant without delivering training and other CDL Student questions and concerns.
Listen to this edition of the Pan-African Journal hosted by Abayomi Azikiwe, editor of the Pan-African News Wire. We will feature our regular PANW report with dispatches on the nationwide demonstrations across the United States on Black Friday disrupting consumer carnivals in Chicago, Cincinnati, Burlington, San Diego, Portland, Seattle, etc.; after less than a month the students at the University of Missouri at Columbia has set the standard for renewed mass actions against racism and national oppression; and there has been several reported cases of the Ebola Virus Disease (EVD) even after it has been declared defeated in three of the most impacted West African states. In the second hour we look again at the geopolitical context of the destabilization efforts in Nigeria and othe regions of the world based on the purported "war on terrorism." The final segment examines the recent elections in Guatamala and the right-wing attacks on the Black Lives Matter movement in the US.
Listen to this special edition of the Pan-African Journal hosted by Abayomi Azikiwe, editor of the Pan-African News Wire. The program features our regular PANW reports with dispatches on the historical ties between the People's Republic of China and the Republic of Zimbabwe; leading politicians in the Federal Republic of Nigeria have given newly-elected President Muhammadu Buhari an ultimatum to resolve the fuel shortage within two weeks; anti-racist activists in Chicago have threatened to shutdown "Black Friday" shopping in the Loop in response to the failure of the mayor to fire the police chief after stalling the release of a video showing the blatant killing of an African American youth; and Minneapolis protests are continuing in the aftermath of the cop killing of Jamar Clark. In the second hour we pay tribute to Cynthia Robinson, the legendary trumpeter and co-founder of the classic Rock and R&B band Sly and the Family Stone who passed away earlier this week at the age of 69. We will also feature a rare archival interview with the immortal Langston Hughes from 1963 where he discusses his work schedules and race relations in the United States. Finally in the last hour we honor the 73rd birthday of Jimi Hendrix who revolutionized guitar playing and popular music during the 1960s. Hendrix died under mysterious circumstances on September 18, 1970 in London.