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  • 02:01

    The Built-in Value of Black-Americans Part 3. "Women, Can you submit?"

    in Higher Education

    Here we are trying to understand the value within ourselves.  The world would tell us that we are nothing but cattle, to get over slavery because it was so long ago and  also you may here people state that the Black-American lives doesn';t matter.  When all along they have been killing our black men and brainwashing our black women to be a little too independent.When The Most High created the world and Adam did he intend for Adam to be alone or Did he make Eve first and intended for Eve to do all things by herself?  I think not.  So if this isn't the way it was intended, then why are we not in order with how the creator place creation.  So, The Questions i Have for all the Ladies is, "Women, can you submit."

  • 00:15

    The Ins and Outs of Lesson Planning

    in Education

    An interview with a DC educator

  • 00:29

    Conversation with Otha Mabry

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    Internet Security Expert Otha Mabry talks about his work with radio legend Harold Lee Rush. He gives background information and tips for companies to protect themselves from hacking

  • 00:30

    Misty Cross for OUSD School Board District 3

    in Education

    Misty Cross is a resident of Oakland who loves and is devoted to her family, community and sharing her knowledge through community organizing, advocating and facilitating education policy trainings. Misty Cross is a true representation of a parent advocate fighting for quality education throughout Oakland.
    Misty Cross was the Chair of the District Advisory Board for 2 years (2011-13), 
    Active Park Steward of Durant Mini Park for 1 year (2015-2016), 
    Chair of the Hoover-Foster Residents Action Committee for 2 years (2014-2016), 
    Founding Member of the West Oakland Parent Action Network (2010-2014) 
    and a proud alum of the OUSD Parents Raising the Bar Education Policy & Community Advocacy training.
    Misty Cross is an outstanding Parent leader that volunteers her time throughout the community to support parents and students who need help with understanding education polices and advocating for student's right to a quality education. 
    Misty is currently working on her degree in African American Studies and Criminal Justice and plans to pursue a law degree to continue her defense of our community once her two oldest  children have entered college. 
    Misty is committed to bettering her beloved Oakland and has worked in partnership with the city of Oakland to help clear blight in the West Oakland community.
    Misty is a grassroots community leader committed to the people. 
    Support this powerful Parent Advocate !!!
    On November 8th Vote MISTY CROSS FOR OUSD SCHOOL BOARD DISTRICT 3

  • 01:02

    CJDS RAdio

    in School

    Final Show with CJDS 5th graders

  • 00:10

    Part time solidarity

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    Are part time workers at any of the big 3 automakers in the uaw, actual union members?

  • 00:16

    Common Ground 2012 Reflections

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    Teachers attended Common Ground 2012 Conference in Baltimore Maryland share their experiences

  • 01:59

    It Starts With One Ep. 6 - "The Hate That Hate Produced" w/ Brother Gamayash

    in Education

    1 NATION FOUNDATION PRESENTS..
    IT STARTS WITH ONE EP. 6- "THE HATE THAT HATE PRODUCED" w/ BROTHER GAMAYASH
    AND YOUR HOST, GANAN YASHARAHLA.
    **SUNDAY JANUARY 29, 2017 @ 8PM PACIFIC TIME**
    What is the cause of hate among black people? Why do black people show so much hate towards each other? What role do things such as the media and academia play in all of it?
    We will examine those things and more on this episode.
    Also, we will give some updates on what we at 1 Nation Foundation have been working on, plus information on free, upcoming events.
    This show is interactive, so be sure to call in to share your opinion, insight, and questions.
    Alot of information coming out in this show, so don't miss it!
    (646)668-8390
    1nation.found@gmail.com
    Facebook.com/1nationfound
    www.1nationfoundation.org
     

  • 00:24

    College Salsa Episode #1 - Intro - What is College Salsa about?

    in Higher Education

    Welcome to Episode #1 of College Salsa - Everything You Want to Know About College podcast!
    This episode will introduce how College Salsa can assist you with the college application and financing process as well as cover topics on how to be a successful student.
    You will learn more about our host Professor Noah Tall (as in Know-It-All) and his expertise to assist you. 

  • 01:17

    Scholar-2-Scholar hosted by Dr. Shanelle Benson Reid

    in K-12

    Tonight, we have two amazing guests. In the first half of our show, our guest is Evelyn Parham. She is joining us to discuss “How Educators Can Develop and Maintain a Healthy Lifestyle”. Our second guest is Dr. Veda Jairrels and she will be here to discuss “Has Standardized Testing Has Outlived Its Value”
     
    Bio:
    Evelyn Parham is a Writer and Eating Psychology Coach, helping men or women with the following concerns: dieting, weight, digestion, and body image. I also help people get started with making healthy changes to their life. Her mission is helping people get healthy and live nourished so they can feel great. I am a graduate of Tennessee Technological University (M.S. – thesis track) and the University of Tennessee at Martin (B.S.) with degrees in biology. I obtained my coaching certification from the Institute for the Psychology of Eating. I am a follower of Jesus Christ, wife of an amazing man, mother of a beautiful daughter who happens to have an extra chromosome, an avid reader, and a health and fitness enthusiast; residing in the State of Georgia
    Bio:
    Dr. Veda Jairrels has a bachelor's degree in political science and a law degree from Indiana University. She obtained her master's degree in special education from Columbia University. She later went on to earn her Ph.D. in special education from the University of Alabama. Dr. Jairrels is licensed to practice law in Pennsylvania. She has taught in the public schools of New York City for six years. Dr. Jairrels is currently a professor of Exceptional Education at Clark Atlanta University. She is also the author of the book, "African Americans and Standardized Tests: The Real Reason for Low Test Scores."
     

  • 02:20

    INSIDE THE MIND FT. GWE

    in Higher Education

    Come hang out with hosts Truborn Understanding and B-asia Introducing artists GWE Freddy The Prince, Freddy B, King Zeether, Trey P, & DT. They will be here tonight answering questions you want to hear. Callers are welcome to ask question or add a comment, also bringing to u music from these artists played on our show. We got a special introduction freestyle rapping from Yours Truly host Truborn Understanding.

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