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  • Black Intellectuals at the National Action Network's 2018 Conference - NYC

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    Black Intellectuals forum at the National Action Network's 2018 Conference on Thursday, April 19, 2018 at the Sheraton Hotel Times Square New York. The forum was moderated by Dr. Jamal Watson, Executive Editor, Diverse: Issues in Higher Education Magazine with panelists Dr. Eddie Glaude, JUr., Princeton University, Dr. Christina Greer, Fordham University, Dr. Obery Hendricks, Columbia University, Dr. Marc Lamont Hill, Temple University and Dr. Tricia Rose, Brown University.

  • Minister John E. Ross and Celebrate National Kids & Pet Day

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    Sabrina, the Diva, will interview Minister John Ross and how the Bible can impact our life positively. Radio Personality Apostle Designate Minister John E Ross, Releases EP Titled Remember Now Thy Creator Featuring King David Tha Vessel, NewDuo, and Rapp Artist Dcotrinn. Follow Him On Twitter @johnross1501, Facebook John E Ross, YouTube, Group Page - Working On Let's Talk To The Lord Gospel Radio Talk Show Like Page On Facebook - Let's Talk To The Lord Gospel Radio Talk Show Like Page. Omega International Prophetic Ministries Like Page On Facebook. Apostle Designate Minister John E Ross, Lead Minister and Founder of The Omega International Prophetic Miniseries, Creator and Host of The Let's Talk To The Lord Gospel Radio Talk Show on IHeartRadio and WYTV7 wix Web Page and Speaker.com!!!

  • "The Perceived Criminogenic Nature of The Black Male"

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    Join my guest and I as we discuss "The Perceived Criminogenic Nature of Black Males". For many years dating back even to slavey, black males have historically been depicted as aggressive and violent. In episode we will address these stereotypes and the impact they have had on the black community and also we will discuss solutions that we can put into play for the betterment of our people.

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  • Gospel Artist: Neva Ford Nation /Inspiring The Heart through Music

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    Join The Diva as she talks with Neva. Neva is a National Christian gospel artist for over 10 years. She is a member of the Houston Gospel Music Alliance Association A uniquely gifted and celebrated psalmist she has recorded and shared the stage with numerous gospel artists. Evangelist Nation resolve is to complete the God-ordained assignment on her life by “doing the work of an evangelist and making full proof of the ministry. God uniquely equips this acclaimed evangelist with a prophetic announcement of the Cross. She conveys the hearer into a Biblical, efficient and inspired way of living for Jesus Christ. She is standing firmly on the scriptures Psalms 23,27, and 34 as firm believer and forerunner for Christ. In addition will talk about how music can help the soul.

  • Getting Involved in Politics to Reverse Racism and Prejudices

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    By getting in volved in politics -- voting, running and engaging -- we can begin the reverse racism and prejudices.
    Local, state and federal politics is where everyone can get involved to reverse racism, break down the effects of institutional and systematic racism and bridge racial/cultural/language barriers in our neighborhoods.
    What is racism? What is prejudices in the context of race? What is the difference between racism and prejudice?
    Cheryle Renee Moses announced her run for Georgia State Senate Distrct 9 which is Dacula, Grayson, Lawrenceville, Lilburn, Loganville, Mountain Park and Snellville in March 2018. Moses will discuss why she is running, her platform, how she and others across the country plan to make a difference in bringing diversity and inclusion to lawmaking.

  • CHEF YEAAAHHH SOUL FOOD & Helping The Homeless

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    Food is so good for the soul. The Divay interviews the great chefs behind the creation of CHEF YEAAAHH SOUL FOOD. There food was tasted and loved by the well known rapper, Snoop Dogg. https://m.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=2026984260706200&id=100001839370927.

  • Independent Gospel Artist: Dwayne Gott

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    The Diva, Sabrina Williams will talk with gospel sensation, Dwayne Gott. Dwayne Gott was born on September 28, 1960 in Brooklyn, New York. He is the youngest of three children raised in his home. His parents encouraged him to follow his dreams in music. He decided to join a band called “Hot Ice”.that performed in school talent shows in and around the Brooklyn area. Hot Ice matured in his high school years and decided to change the band’s name to Kingdom in 1975. They became a musical sensation playing at block parties, banquets, local night clubs, hired for weddings and birthday parties. They collaborated with well-known groups like Full Force, The Force MD’s, Grand Master Flash, and Paula Bryant. The band played together for fifteen years and traveled the Tri State area they were also invited to play in South Carolina. As a dedicated member for Twenty two years Dwayne is still active in and faithful to his church and the building of God’s Kingdom. Bishop Hezekiah Walker encouraged his ministry with scripture assuring Dwayne that if he continued to work for Christ, The Lord would sustain him and if he took care of God’s people and the church God would bless his home. His home and family are fruitfully blessed. His daughter Tynisha Nivea Gott married a God fearing man Brandon Watts and gave birth to two loving grandsons, Jaden and Jeremy Dwayne's pride and joy, Dwayne professes that God is faithful and able. Dwayne is now working on his Second project that was blessed and ordained by God and supported by Bishop Walker and the congregation. Now “Help Me To Pray” is headed for gospel success. Dwayne is blessed and highly favored. He is a true believer in Christ Jesus, who is devoted to continuing in the Lord’s work. His work in the music ministry is believed to be a blessing to many and he is thankful for being a blessing. To God be the Glory!

  • Caribbean-Indigenous Language in the 21st Century

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    A discussion on the vibrant re-birth of the Caribbean-Indigenous Language (CIL) will be lead by co-hosts - Dr. Yarey Melendez, Wifi Lou, and Sanakori. Special guests, Javier Hernandez and Julio Colon, will be invited to share their research and writings on the CIL in the 21st Century and its continued challenges. Dr Melendez will share her success of teaching the language at the primary and secondary education system in the Naguake schools.