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Today we feature Eric Schiffer discussing Russian Economic Terrorism via stealing millions of passwords to emails & websites PLUS author Colin Flaherty-author of “White Girl Bleed A Lot: The Return of Racial Violence to America and How The Media Ignore It" This author begs the questions-Are many Black young people-like many whites back in the `50s-racist perps??
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Join in the conversation as I chat with author Colin Flaherty. Many people regard him as "Public Enemy Number 1" since he began researching and discussing the culture of black violence, particularly the ideologies popular rap music idolizes and promotes. Listen in and form your own opinion. Front Page Magazine describes Mr. Flaherty's latest book White Girl Bleed A Lot as "an important entry into the debate over whether black racial violence exists and whether it should be reported on. While the debate continues, the book breaks through the barriers of censorship and transcends the anecdotal for a raw snapshot of cities under siege and a nation in denial.”
It cannot be argued that there has, in recent times, been a surge of black mob violence, black on black crime and black on white crime that is often under reported or not reported at all in mainstream media. (Just look at the heinous murder of Channon Christianson in Tennessee a few years back). This is alarming and we should be concerned. At what point do we say enough is enough? African Americans want to be treated with dignity and respect, just like everyone else. But is the mob violence some engage in hurting the cause? Are blacks perpetuating the sterotypes through violence, vengeful behavior, "thug" mentality, dress, speech, mannerisms and lifestyle? Could it be more beneficial to be civic minded and peaceful? Is it possible to do so? Call in and join the conversation. We want to hear from you! Call 646.929.0468
Who catches your eye? What turns you on? From the girl next door, to the boy down the block, we're all talk! Your host "Just Jill" will have you thinking differently before the show is over. Also enjoy "Sabrina & Company" on Free-For-All-Fridays. When will you take the mic?
Sue was born in New York City and graduated from Harvard University with a degree in Visual and Environmental Studies and a minor in East Asian Studies. Over the years she has worked in short form and long form T.V. commercials and both independent and studio film projects. Her design credits for film include Dancing in September for HBO films, Peep World for IFC Films, Shades of Ray for Film Sundance Channel, and most recently The Congress for Drafthouse films. The Congress was selected for the director’s fortnight at the 2013 Cannes Film Festival.Television design credits include a pilot for Greg Daniels and Robert Padnick (The Office) for NBC/Universal and currently the Fox Television comedy Weird Loners for Michael Weithorn (King of Queens, True Colors, Family Ties) and Jake Kasdan (Sex Tape, Bad Teach, The New Girl).As a supervising art director her recent credits include the sequel to the visually groundbreaking film 300-300:Rise of an Empire for Warner Bros. Pictures and the critically acclaimed Gone Girl for director David Fincher and 20 Century Fox Films. You can email your questions to firstname.lastname@example.org or follow us on Twitter @123Film
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Fear can sometimes have a paralyzing affect on your spiritual life; however, understanding how to overcome fear can unlock the door to unlimited freedom.People often have a very limited, stereotypical perspective on what it means to be free-spirited. If you truly want to be a free spirit, keep the following in mind.Society likes to serve us up a very narrow interpretation of what constitutes a “free-spirit.” Images that immediately come to mind are the globetrotting bohemian, the manic pixie dream girl, the free-wheeling artist, the minimalist philosopher, or the co-op-inhabiting environmentalist. Maybe your vision of free-spiritedness was defined in high school by that tattooed, trilingual, punked-out guy who never failed to remind people of how many countries he’d been to when, really, it was the quiet, dorky girl who spent every lunch break in the library who couldn't care less what you thought about her. Instead of falling into the trap of molding yourself to some predefined role, live your life as a free agent will be discussed today with host Edna J. White.
Join us by chat email or phone in. We'd love to hear from you.
Women love their accessories and women also spend a considerable amount of time in their cars. Between trips to work, traveling on vacation, personal errands and going back and forth with activities for the kids, women clock a lot of time on the road. This week we'll talk about fun car accessories for women, with our guest, Suzy Wagnitz of CarDecor.com.
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This week on Golf Talk Live - Ruben Arzolla, Joe Arzolla plus Rory & Jennifer Erchul from "The Chute Trainer".
Here's a little about The Chute Trainer"
The idea and concept started in 2011 on the softball fields in Pocatello, Idaho. Founding partner and conceptual development person, Ruben Arzola, was looking for a way to increase his throwing ability without adding weights, spending a lot of time or money on a gym membership or purchasing useless gadgets that simply don’t work. While joking around with his brother, Joe, Ruben picked up a GI Joe doll with a parachute attached and threw it at his brother. The idea was born.
Later in the show: Donna White - Class A LPGA Tour Division, Class A LPGA Teaching and Club Professional Member & PGA Member who was just inducted into the LPGA T&CP Hall of Fame.
Also joining me is: Valerie Moore - LPGA / PGA Director of Instruction John Prince Golf Learning Center & Golf Professional Services, Inc.
Mary-Lee Cobick - Class A LPGA/CPGA, Vice-President, Golf Professional Services, Inc. Head Golf Professional, Okeeheelee Golf Course & President, Junior Golf Foundation of America.
To speak with Ted & his guests - Call: (646) 716-4667.
Join me Thursday 6PM CST, right here on Golf Talk Live!
Psychics gone wild Thursday night with Chris white Intuitive and Angie Mitchell Tarot reader.
Chris White, extraordinarily gifted, years. He was intensely tested and trained by metaphysical masters a near death experience Chris began foreseeing the future at a young age .Chris is known for his swift and powerfully accurate readings.
Angie Mitchell is an empath as well as a student and practitioner of reiki with knowledge and abilities using tarot cards, psychically gifted and ready to assist you!
Contact them at www.psychicsgonewild.com using the “Contact Us” link and also join our Facebook group at www.facebook.com/groups/wildpsychics !
ImagesOn Evolve! this week, host Robin White Turtle Lysne will share the Oakland Art Museum exhibit Songs and Sorrows to discuss grief and death through the art work in the exhibit. Many different artists contributed to this show including Carmen Lomas Garza, Patssi Valdez, Jesse Hernandes, Vivian Paredes, Richard and Graciel Rios and Miguel Linares.
Listen as Robin takes you on a tour of the museum in this amazing 20th anniversary exhibition of the day of the dead. On view until January.
Supportes are grants from Oakland Museum Woman's Board, Kaiser Permanente and California Arts Council.
Images : Viviana Paredes, Jesse Hernandez, Carmen Lomas Garza
NPR's Michele Norris, former regular host of "All Things Considered," just won a Peabody Award from the University of Georgia for her self-funded work, "The Race Card Project." It invites people to submit 6-word phrases or sentences, describing their experiences and impressions of race in America.
About The Race Card Project, by Michele Norris
The Race Card Wall
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The Race Card Project encourages people to condense their observations and experiences about race into one sentence with just Six Words. Since it began in 2010, the Project has received tens of thousands of Six Word stories from all over the world. The Race Card Project has earned a deep well of trust on a thorny topic as evidenced by the candor and depth of the submissions.The Six Word essays featured on the website, theracecardproject.com, provide a window into America’s private conversations about race and cultural identity. As such, the website has been used by schools, businesses, churches and even the military to foster a dialogue about race. The Six Word stories are also featured regularly in reports by Michele Norris on NPR’s Morning Edition.
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