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Willie (William) Brown a Human Being of Color was forcibly removed from the Omaha Douglas County Courthouse on Sunday - September 28th 1919 at around midnight and brutally lynched/murdered by a enormous crowd of 4000 unruly whites -- including men, women and children without even a trial on 18th and Harney in Omaha, Nebraska.
It's National Podcast Day! Although the Willie LawsonShow is not by defitiion a podcast we are going to talk about the power of this medium in changing the conversation in America.
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Host Cyrus Webb welcomes author William Loizeaux to Conversations LIVE to discuss his literary journey and his new book THE TUMBLE INN.
It does seems that Black people put up with more in politics than do their white or other counterparts. Today we explore this. we must talk about the power of the tribe and the power and influence of tribal leaders. We will also explore the lack of expected respected and the cultural beatdown the liberal left has exacted on Black America that give the tribal leaders carte blanc to say anything in any manner they wish to their Black constituents.
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Joining Dr. Michelle Robin on this episode of Small Changes Big Shifts is Cardiologist, Dr. William Davis, New York Times #1 Best Selling Author, and the Medical Director and founder of the Wheat Belly Lifestyle Institute, as well as the Cureality program.
Dr. Davis will explain why he believes there are destructive health effects with wheat consumption. From arthritis to acid reflux to schizophrenia, Dr. Davis says these can be either caused or made worse by wheat — food we are advised to eat more of and Dr. Davis maintains that by eliminating it from our diets you can be healthier and lose weight –10, 20, or 30 pounds or more.
Read more about Dr. William Davis at http://www.wheatbellyblog.com/about/
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With Moral Mondays, Rev. Barber has channeled the pent-up frustration of North Carolinians who were shocked by how quickly their state had been transformed into a laboratory for conservative policies. "He believed we needed to kind of burst this bubble of 'There's nothing we can do for two years until the next election,'" explains Al McSurely, a longtime NAACP organizer. But what may be most notable about Barber's new brand of civil rights activism is how he's taken a partisan fight and presented it as an issue that transcends party or race—creating a more sustained pushback against Republican overreach than anywhere else in the country.
Barber fears that Republican lawmakers' efforts to expand private-school vouchers will resegregate the very schools his parents worked to integrate. As NAACP president, he helped pass legislation establishing same-day voter registration and expanding death penalty appeals—bills that Republicans repealed in the last legislative session.
Hello Everyone!!!! My Show tonight is on Energy Shifts and how they may be affecting you!
Many of us have experienced these physical changes and wondered what in the world was going on with us. I know I did some years back and it took me a good deal of web searching to find the answers I needed.
Let me help you understand how when your energy shifts you and your body shift too!!!!
I'll share some of my experiences and we can have a few giggles as we go!
Taking your questions at the end of the show as always!!!
Love and Blessings, Ada
Oliver C. Brown (sometimes credited as Oliver Brown) is an American percussionist, born December 1, 1946, in Berkley, CA. Brown was one of the original members of KC and The Sunshine Band. For four decades, Brown has played with a wide array of artists, from Natalie Cole to Jermane Jackson.
Brown's first big break came in Florida with TK Records as their in house percussionist. He recorded and/or toured with most of their artists. Following this, he became one of the original members of KC and The Sunshine Band as they recorded their 1974 debut album Do It Good, followed by the album KC and The Sunshine Band, which featured their first number one hit on the Billboard charts, "That's The Way (I Like It)."
In the late 1970's early 1980's, Brown was priviledged to record and tour with such artists as Jermaine Jackson, The Whispers, Larry Vann, Billy Preston. Leo Sayer, Al Jarreau, Natalie Cole, Thelma Houston and many more recording artists with Warner Brothers, Capitol Records, and Motown.
Eventually he became the third member of the trio Gravity 180, which he considers to be his greatest artistic achievement to date. Brown has stated that the group has given him the opportunity to express percusission in a way that could be said to be a percussionists' dream. Brown also performs with Nils, a Billboard #1 Smooth Jazz artist and has done so on all of Nils' albums. He continues to perform with Nils and Gravity 180, as well as with other prominent artists from around the world.
Brown was featured in Gravity 180, the 2012 documentary film about the group, written, directed, co-produced, and edited by two-time awarding filmmaker Len Rosen. The film was a featured documentary at the Monaco Film Festival in May 2012, and was granted an Honarary award.
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