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  • 02:00

    Conceived in Incest

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    Kristi Hofferber and Patricia Gazzaneo Casey share their personal stories of being conceived in incest. Precious lives that testify that ALL life is valuable.

    Tayhise Martinez was raped from the age of two and became pregnant at 12 by her father. She placed her daughter for adoption. Hear her story. It's not what you think.

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    Black Indians Part III: Henry Gates Said What?

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    Henry Louis Gates Jr. claims that DNA findings show only 1 in 20 African Americans have Native Ancestry in a video where celebrities who claimed Native ancestry were tested.  Why the discrepancy when so many of us have been told by our elders that we had Native ancestry? We'll discuss this and more with guest Producer and Renaissance Man Robert Morris who has documented his Native roots and questions that only 1 in 20 Americans of African descent have Native roots. Visit:  http://www.morrisentertainmnt.net
    See: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wWzsSg4TUMw

  • 00:45

    Where Do We Go From Here: Community or Chaos?

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    Steven Toliver is the Campus Minister at Westbury Christian School and the proud of husband of Brittney Toliver and father of two beautiful daughters. He is an educator of 10 years in both public and private education, two of which were spent in the UAE. Having studied Psychology and African-American Studies at the University of Houston and Education administration, Steven has produced two documentary films Fractures: The Collapse of the Communal Ethos and We the People (2009).  Mr. Toliver is passionate about his faith, education and aiding others in personal and professional growth.  Join us in this much needed dialogue as Steven Toliver and Talk Show Host Gregory D. Anderson Jr discuss what's needed for us to thrive globally as diverse cultures.

  • 00:44

    (GRCAM Event: Urban Revival Series With Pastor Suprenna Ward)

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    Pastor Suprenna Ward, was born and raise in Chicago IL, in 1983 Move to Milwaukee WI, was married have Four children Christine, Robert Jr, Robin, Harold, six grandchildren, Pastor Suprenna Ward is save and filled with holy ghost 27yrs, Pastor Suprenna Ward is Founder of City of Refuge Kingdom Ministry Institute, located in Milwaukee Wisconsin, Pastor Suprenna Ward believe in this now we No longer should be beneficial but significant changing lives and history restoring the soul back to God.
    The theme: Our Inner-City Youth Matters/Restoring Kingdom Commitment” Matthew 6:10 Thy kingdom come, Thy will be done in earth, as it is in heaven.
    The purpose of this event is for me to gather authentic Christians from my friends list to be in agreement with me that God will allow my Christian organization GRCAM to come to past this year in Jesus name.
    You can also be a guest speaker on my show just send me a friend request on Facebook and I will explain to you in detail and make arrangements with you to have you on the show. Even if you miss this event you can always listen to the archives which is available 24/7.  Call in to interact with my guest speaker the public number to call in is 1 (646) 668-8698 and press 1 to be on the air. The only thing which is preventing me from starting my Christian organization is the lack of manpower and the capital this is why I turned to social media to get my message out to the public through my Youtube videos, my Social Groups.

  • 00:34

    Introduction to Abundance

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    Prosperity is the Default Vision that says if economy gets better, so everyone’ lot in life improves. It is all about material things. Abundance is more – material needs are the base of abundance. Then we build on that base to provide the tools needed for people to explore and achieve their full potential

  • 00:43

    Chat with Nelson Denis (A war against all Puertoricans) and Alfonso Lozada

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    As we prepare for the second edition of the Writer's Showcase on Wednesday March16th, 2016 we are going on the air with the protagonist of the event, Nelson Antonio Denis author of the best selling book "A war against all Puertoricans". We will also be chatting with the host of the show Alfonso Lozada who is the Executive Director for the Center for Recruitment of Students and Alumni at the Interamerican Universtity site in East Harlem..
    We will give you information on how to reserve you free spot at the event and the author will  give us some "teasers" to get you on the mood for the reading.
    Y recuerde siempre, buena musica y buena conversacion.

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  • 02:29

    Crabism and Colorism

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    Join Dr. Culbreth, Dr. Styles and Dr. Linda Wilson-Jones for a discussion titled "Crabism and Colorism: Envy, Jealous Competition, The Pursuit of Happiness and Success".  
    Crabs in a barrel Women of Color Feeling threatened Envy The Hater Syndrome Refusing to acknowledge success Jealousy and jealous competition Colorism Celebrating and supporting each other The pursuit of happiness and success Writing your own success story                                     An eye opening discussion that will not be sugar coated!

  • 02:01

    The Documentary “13th” “Buck Busting” and the Two Different Ways to See and Live

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    When people hear, read, watch and/or learn the supposed history of America and race relations, institutional racism, slavery, prejudice, corrupt legal systems, and racist officers of the law, etc. in footage like the Netflix documentary “13th”, or “12 Days of Slave” or “Amistad”, or “The Birth of A Nation”, etc., what are they to make of it all? Some people absorb the information literally and are very disturb afterwards, and may even begin to foster resentment towards white America, and its history. Some (namely non-black and white Americans) find the information to be more reverse revisionists rhetoric, and nothing any of us (white or black) need to subscribe to at all. AND that the subscription to rhetoric such as this is purely divisive and toxic for the whole. What should we make of this “rhetoric”?
    What about all the counter arguments about how blacks profited from slavery and slave trading as well, i.e. the first slave owner in the US was a Black man Named Anthony Johnson? Or that The Africans themselves were selling their own people into slavery as well as to many nations around the globe, and locally with themselves even. And that basically nobody’s ever been a worse enemy of blacks than blacks themselves? And the blaming everything on racism/white people is the quintessential “victim mentality” and you won’t/have not gotten far with that mentality. And discounting the effects of slavery and institutional racism, etc. on the part of whites? Saying things like “…only 10% of white people ever had slaves but blacks like to blame all whites.?..”
    And of course the latest on Trump vs Hillary Circus aka The US Presidential Race. This and other current news and topics Friday night at Midnight till 2AM Eastern Call in (347)637-3528…

  • 00:27

    From the Back Step to the Front Seat

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    Stepping up. It is a transition that can be challenging to make. One day you're a firefighter. You have an expressive attitude and you are in position for a promotion. How will you transition from the back step to the front seat and be taken seriously? If you have always reflected attitude consistent with high standards of safety, team work, and professionalism that first roll call might be a perfect fit. If you have not planned for this transitional time that first roll call can be challenging. This podcast is designed to talk about and guide you to a great new beginning. Utilizing the 16 Firefighter Life Safety Initiatives and a bit of humility you can begin the transition into your new leadership role. Be honest, talk - listen - learn. Verbalize to your team the fact that you may not have been the model up and coming officer but that you want to change. Let your peers know that you know respect is earned and if a new beginning is what will be needed to start the new journey then you want to start with the life safety initiatives. My guest, Rick Best from Westerville Ohio is the Eastern Regional Coordinator for the National Fallen Firefighters Foundation and will talk about FREE resources that can help make that first BIG leap into leadership a great and new beginning.

  • 00:55

    Don't Give Up Radio: Tough Skin with Samira Jones

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    Don't Give Up Radio show, with host Jacquie Wayans, is designed for people who have already over come great challenges but still have a way to go reaching their goals. The show speaks to the listener's soul via the words of guest, their life experiences and songs that pulled them out of the abyss. Jacquie wants the listener to be their own best hero, because the greatest hero of all, thought they were worth it and gave his life for them.
    Guest: Samira Jones, Author, Speaker & Coach 
    Facebook: SamiraInspires
    Periscope: @SamiralJones

  • 02:00

    Spiritual Healer, Medium, Marti joins Eric discussing the Afterlife.

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    Coming up on "Talk With Turcio" March 25th, 2014, Spiritual Healer and Medium, Martha DelVecchio a.k.a.Marti will discuss life on the "Other Side." Marti has been a spiritual healer all of her life. She's helped thousands of people connect with their loved ones in the Spiritual World. Eric will chat with Marti about her special gift and how her life has changed, when she awakened to her spiritual divinity. 
    On Tuesday's Show, Marti, will take calls from people to help connect them with loved ones they've lost. Marti will provide Direct Channeling, where a person asks a question -- and Marti channels the souls of those who have crossed over. 
    Due to our limited time on the air together, Marti will not be able to read everyone who calls in. All calls will be taken based on the order they were received. If you would like to have a full reading with Marti, please find her on Facebook, Martha DelVecchio. Marti currently resides in Connecticut.