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WEED AND WEAVES, the obession of these two materislitc items plauges black people today. Black Americans as a whole make up 578 billion dollar a year economy. Yet Black People cannot build schools in large numbers; Businesses in large numbers. Only spend on useless items such as Weed and Weaves.
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The Goddess Weaves activates on planets going through major transitions, such as a Shifting of Consciousness, and it is activating strongly now on Earth.
Many have felt the call of this energy, known as the Holy Spirit in Christianity, and by numerous other names...yet it is of Unity Consciousness, Loving all unconditionally in its truest form.
In today's show, I and my Guide, Jayriel, will be speaking about what it means to have the Goddess Light active on Earth, how to connect with it and to use it in your daily life, via the Lemurian weaves of the Goddess colours, and Love.
Whether you are of male or female gender in this life, everyone has the energy of both the Divine Feminine and the Divine Masculine within them...now is the time to be focusing on the former, being in the flows of life, rather than the more masculine way of forcing manifestation at every turn.
There will be a Meditation to connect you into your own Goddess energies during the show - come join us for a Heartfelt journey of Love!
Questions and shares welcomed - you can email them in ahead of the show via my website below:
Testify to Love by Uluwehi Gurerro on In My Heart CD
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Ladies, join us for the second installment of my new "Beauty, Fashion & Image" series for Dating Talk. Hair is very important to women! What do men like? Long hair, short hair? Are weaves and wigs OK? What are clip-ins?
Joining us again from episode one is Kat Smith, owner of ThriftyGurl Boutique and former model. www.thriftygurlboutique.com
We will also have Toysha Walker of Tamil Virgin Hair Extensions.
Join us as we talk about weaves and wigs and other hair styles!
Toysha Walker Bio:
After 15 years working in Corporate America as a Process Control Engineer and earning her Master in Business Administration (MBA), Toysha Walker, CEO of Tamil Virgin Hair Extensions, decided to become an entrepreneur. Ms. Walker and her Co-Owner and COO, Joseph Joy Ayrookaran, started researching the hair extension industry. Even though the industry seemed saturated, they realized only a hand full of competitors understood business concepts such as supply chain management to realize a profit.
To begin their endeavor, the Tamil team traveled to India in search of qualified suppliers. The set of qualifications was based on the voice of the customer: salon owners, hair extension experts, other distributors and the end users. With this vast amount of information, Tamil Hair was able to secure top quality 100% Real, Virgin, Remy Indian hair extensions. As a corporate bylaw, Tamil Virgin Hair Extensions will give 10% of all profits to charity.
Rosa Chat with a random gentleman about hair weaving . Rosa interviews a Jamaican gentleman in a BX restaurant about his views on the black women and weaves.
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I've never read Frankenstein. And honestly, I never wanted to. But then I found "This Monstrous Heart" by Aimee Baker. By the time she finished weaving in and out of three narratives in the creative nonfiction essay, I not only wanted to read Mary Shelley's legendary tome and every autobiography about her messy life, I wanted to devour anything Baker wrote, including her grocery lists and text messages.
On February 8, 2015, Aimee will join me on my Behind the Prose Radio Show to discuss her writing life and craft. Make sure you read "This Monstrous Heart" which ran in the December 2014 issue of New Delta Review and tune into the show on Sunday at 6 PM EST. Aimee will take your questions on the air!
Aimee Baker is an adjunct instructor in English for Clinton Community College and SUNY Plattsburgh, both located in rural, upstate New York. She holds an MFA in Fiction from Arizona State University. She is currently working on a poetry project about missing women in the United States as well as a series of essays about her brother's struggle with mental illness. Her work appears in journals such as The Southern Review, Gulf Coast, and The Massachusetts Review.
THE J ALAN SHOW
Is the word beauty or enhancement synonymous with the word deception?
Hair weaves, wigs, acrylic nails, breast and butt enhancements, and more are what many women today do to “enhance” their “beauty”.
Our co-host, Rollin’ Dee, recently posted a statement on Facebook that addressed this very topic. Here is a portion of that post: “… As a man, I just want to know why do you wear fake hair, eyelashes, breasts, butts, fingernails and expect men not to know it’s fake. Would it be ok for a man to have implanted chest muscles and biceps/triceps?”
This should be an interesting topic to delve into… one that hopefully answers questions the men may have, as well as allowing the women to address why we go to such great lengths when it comes to beauty.
Join us on Friday, January 4, 2013 at 8pm PST/10pm CST/11pm EST, for this lively discussion.
Call (646)200-3148 to voice your views or listen from your computer and join the chatroom conversation.
OK LOTS OF WOMEN WEAR FALSE HAIR. MAINLY TO EXTEND THERE HAIR......BUT WHEN BLACK WOMEN WEAR WEAVES PARTIALLY DARK SKIN LOW INCOME WOMEN ITS TO COVER OUR HAIR UP BECAUSE WE HATE OUR SELVES THAT'S IN SOME CASES BUT NOW PROFESSIONAL BUSINESS'S REALLY PERFER NATURAL BEAUTY SO WHAT'S THE REALL REASON WHY BLACK WOMEN WEAR WEAVES I'VE HERE EVERY THING UNDER THE SUN THESE BLACK WOMEN GIVE EXCUSES LEFT AND RIGHT ABOUT WHY THEY DON'T LIKE THERE NATURAL BEAUTY BLACK WOMEN HAVE BECOME OBSESSED WITH WAVE AND LACE WIGS ITS BECOME A CRUTCH WE ARE INSPIRED BY HOLLOWYOOD ACTRESSES AND THE TV SHOWS THEY PLAY ON WE GET LOSSED IN FANTASY LAND TRYING TO GET AWAY FROM OUR ABUSIVE CHILDHOOD AND OUR HATED REALITY.
F.A.R. will discuss the touchy subject of beauty enhancements as it applies to Black women and men. Are weaves, perms, wigs, dyed blonde hair etc. beauty enhancements or are they examples of self-hate? Are butt injections, butt implants and skin bleaching simply choices or are they examples of self-hate? How do we identify whether "beauty enhancements" are just choices or are actually rooted in self-hate that has been instilled in Black people culturally? Can we be proud to be Afrikan and move forward as a group with proper self-esteem while still doing these things. Join us to find out.
CG PRESENTS™ I'm Just Sayin'...™ - the quirky radio show where you can experience your favorite things – great talk & great comedy! Listen to Carla G's impassioned rant -- which ran a bit longer than 15 minutes!
Sampling a new timeslot on Sundays at 10:30am ET (and sometimes on Wednesdays from 1:00p -1:15p ET), Carla G. invites you to share the fundom by calling (646)716-4732 during the show! And if the live show or the podcasts have you drooling for more of the duo, then just connect with them on Twitter: @IJSTweets !
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Feb 23nd: Miss Lee ends her black history month series by discussing aconversation on black beauty. What is really considered beautiful in the black community? Why do black women spend billions on beauty to only look like other races
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Men Wearing Weaves
This evening we will discuss ""Men wearing weave" with Michael A. Wray. As you guys know I love serfing Social Network for talents. Well when I saw the creation of Men wearing weave by, Michael it instantly gave me a feeling of passion for hairstyling again, I having done hair in almost 2 years. Please join us to learn about this exciting opportunity for hair professional.
About Michael A. Wray:
Michael A. Wray II realized early in life his artistic talent. Being the grandson of two beautician grandmothers, Michael Wray, as people affectionately call him by both his first and last names, seemingly has it in his genetic composition to be a hairstylist. Practicing his raw talent throughout his youth, after graduating from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill with a B.A. in Communication Studies, Michael Wray finally decided to professionally follow his passion and received training for cosmetology through Paul Mitchell the School. His artistic ability has provided great opportunities for him such as working with L’Oreal, lending his unique ethnic hair care and styling expertise to the brand of Softsheen Carson, as a Style Squad member, educator, and presenter. Wray’s skill to style hair to reflect his client’s persona, ideal, or imagination has made him sought after and appreciated by celebrities and notorieties. Michael A. Wray II gives new unique definition to his exquisite hair artistry; it’s called “Wraydiant.”
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