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National Black Women Empowerment Radio Show
April 30th, Saturday, 8:30PM.
The DIAL in Number is 657-383-1420. or visit us on the web @
Our Show Theme This Week is:
"I Want to Do Something For My Community, Where Do I Start?"
Special Guest: Whitney Stovall of
Hello, My Name Is King, Inc.
National Black Women Empowerment Radio
Join the conversation with Dr. Charlene, Prophetess Samantha & Prophetess Servola as we discuss Building Lasting Relationships. Do you struggle with connecting with God? Have you found it hard to connect with people? Are you the tornado in the relationships you are in? Learn how to calm the storms in relationships and build relationships that can last. Relationship are an essential part of our life line as women. Building great relationships is no easy task. This segment was created to empower you to have healthy and fruitful relationships. Join the conversation today on Women CAMP!
The oldest known records concerning combat techniques, hieroglyphic scrolls from Egyptian tombs date as far back as 4000 B.C. describing military training fights similar to boxing (Ngumi) and wrestling (Mkazo Ncha Shikana)." Making ancient Egypt or (Kemet) the first record of mixed martial arts and martial arts in gene eral and making martial arts a part of the curriculum of the Ancient Egyptian Mysteries. Herodotus the father of Greek history states, that long before Rameses II, ruled both Egypt and Ethiopia, perhaps as far back as 8000 B.C., boxing and wrestling was introduced to Egypt from Ethiopia. John Grombach "The Saga Of The Fist" A.S. Barnes and Co. Publishing. In the Beni Hasan Tombs of ancient Egypt, wall paintings show that the Egyptians knew virtually every hold practiced today and the wrestling is both of the upright and ground varieties. Should Black women learn more about combat training? Tune in to find out.
WOMEN IN WIRELESS is a global networking non-profit group of over 12,000 members with the mission to connect, inspire and empower women in mobile and digital. I'm Liz Horowitz, Co-Chair of the Executive Women’s Initiative with WOMEN IN WIRELESS. We created this podcast series to hear the stories of exceptional women who've advanced to an executive level in this often male dominated industry and gain inspiration from their journey.
Strangulation is can be lethal within minutes, and can cause a victim to black out in seconds. It's also used a lot by domestic violence perpetrators. Sometimes it's not taken very seriously by courts or law enforcement, or even by victims, but as one survey indicated, nearly ten percent of women have been strangled by a partner in their lives.
Gael B. Strack is the Chief Executive Officer and Co-Founder for Alliance for HOPE International and she knows a lot about what strangulation is and what it does to victims. Programs of the Alliance include: National Family Justice Center Alliance, Training Institute on Strangulation Prevention, Camp HOPE America, Justice Legal Network and VOICES Survivor Network, and we will talk about what all this means and what can be done about it
"The woman is the design. The shirt is the detail."
Joining me is Farinaz Taghavi, International Clothing Designer- born in Iran and immigrated to the U.S. at age 16 and making her home in Seattle for the last 20 years.
Her collection of women's shirts and other pieces were designed to celebrate women; to enable women to express their sense of style and confidence in a highly personal matter.
We will be discussing her journey into the Fashion Industry and her passion in helping inspire other women.
Learn more about Farinaz and her clothing line, check out: http://www.farinaz.com
Or connect with her on Facebook or Twitter at:
When it comes to finances most black women do not have a basic understanding of what they should be doing and what they should be aware of. Today we will look at six of the most common thing black women do not focus on or are simply not aware of. Black women are way behind when it comes to personal finances as opposed to the general population, yes I said the general population. However, armed with a little knowledge, common sense, and discipline we can make some key changes and turn things around with time. When you know better, you do better.
Mark 12:38-44, Topic: "TO CATCH A THIEF - AND JUSTICE FOR ALL," this Sat. at 7am.
READ A. Edersheim's Ch. 4, Book 5 & Robert Spender's Theology of Poor and Poverty @ http://www.biblestudytools.com/…/poor-and-poverty-theology-….
ALSO, RESEARCH (3) OT scriptures on God's protection of and justice for widows. May He execute justice for you.
Join us today for Women Lead Radio as Michelle Bergquist, your host of Women Who Lead, interviews Debra Simpson, President of the San Diego Speakers Guild.
Debra was named a final nominee for the Connected Woman of Influence Award at the recent Women of Influence Awards in San Diego. This award recognized an active member of Connected Women of Influence who exemplifies the characteristics, behavior and attributes of a woman of influence!
Debra has a dialogue with us today about the San Diego Speakers Guild. She will explain the importance of listing yourself in the database so that event planners can easily find the perfect keynote speaker, emcee, presenter or thought leader for your organization or event!
Debra Simpson is your host of Speaking With Influence, a show designed to showcase successful women who use speaking to amplify their message, build their influence at bring more business through the doors. Debra is a Distinguished Toastmaster with over 20 years’ experience speaking to small business owners. In her business, she works with authors and speakers on strategies to give their message as large an audience as possible. Tune in and learn how to speak your way to success!
As the CEO and Co-Founder of Connected Women of Influence, Michelle Bergquist is a passionate advocate for women in business. At Connected Women of Influence, we believe that more women need to lead in business and everything we do is center-focused on designing platforms, programs, connections and collaborative opportunities for b2b women to prosper, succeed and lead the way in business today!
Janice Montgomery Albokai has been described as a tenacious sales and marketing professional who is at the “Top of Her Game”. Her marketing skill has developed through an involvement with many direct selling organizations throughout the past 25 years.
In August 2004 she founded and launched JMA Publishing. The first publication, The Fort Worth Small Business Times was launched in August 2004 with 27 prepaid ads. Her company is a 100% woman-owned minority business.
In addition to the publications, in 2004 and 2006 she founded and sponsored two networking organizations for small business owners and women in business. Finally in 2005 she created the first radio talk show for small business owners. The Voice of Small Business focuses on providing critical information to help small business owners grow their businesses.
All the way from Keller Texas, I am thrilled to present JANICE MONTGOMERY-ALBOKAI-STRAUSER
Tensie J. Taylor is from Louisburg, North Carolina. She graduated from North Carolina State University in 2009 with a Bachelor of Arts in Communication—Media concentration—and a minor in Psychology and from the University of Southern California in 2014 with a Master of Education in Postsecondary Administration and Student Affairs. Currently, Tensie is the Assistant Director of the USC Black Alumni Association and in this role, she plans, coordinates, and executes programs and events for the Black Alumni Association; directs the Legacy through Leadership Mentorship Program; assists with Toastmasters International; and helps students with their professional and career development. Tensie also serves on the Board of Directors for the We Are Ohana Foundation, an organization that is dedicated to finding resources and helping foster youth in Los Angeles. She also volunteers for United Friends of the Children, a non-profit that helps foster youth.