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  • 01:17

    The Korean War & The Barbarization of the Sky:A Master Class with Charles Hanley

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    In 2000, Charles Hanley, with his team of Associated Press investigative reporters (Sang Hun Choe and Martha Mendoza), won the Pulitzer Prize for investigative reporting for uncovering a hidden nightmare in a war known in America as the "Forgotten War". Hanley and his colleagues revealed, with extensive documentation, how the United States' policy during the Korean War included the indiscriminate targeting of Korean civilians through strafing (attacking with low flying aircraft). Their jointly authored book, "The Bridge at No Gun Ri" was published in 2001. Hanley's new book on the Korean War, Ghost Flames, will be released in August 2020. In this special conversation that marks the 70th anniversary of the Korean War, Charles Hanley joins us as a special guest as we continue to "enter the forest" of the Korean War by looking at the barbarous acts committed from the sky - both in South Korea, and in North Korea - by the U.S. airforce. This conversation is the second installment of a series devoted to a narrative of the Korean War - which technically has not ended - by beginning with Bertha von Suttner's 1912 essay "The Barbarization of the Sky."

  • 00:12

    Remembrance (The Black Body Count) TRACK featuring SMustakeem & BLockhart

    in Higher Education

    Remembrance (The Black Body Count) TRACK featuring SMustakeem & BLockhart

  • 00:28

    Deliverance with Jay Bartlett: Expect the Unexpected with God: Visit Heaven?

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    Deliverance with Jay Bartlett: Expect the Unexpected with God: Visit Heaven?

  • 01:23

    HBCUs, Still essential to Black Culture??

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    Thanks for tuning in to the Middle Men Talk Show Today.
    Historically Black Colleges and Universities are institutions founded before the Civil Rights Act of 1964 serving primarily African American students. They allowed our ancestors, grandparents, parents, and so on the opportunity to attend higher education when most predominantly white institutions did not allow the enrollment of African Americans. Currently, there are over 100 HBCUs today.
    In today’s integrated society, is the HBCU still relevant to black culture? With limited federal funding and alumni financial support, can HBCUs compete with predominantly white institutions for research grants and too academic and athletic prospects? How can HBCUs survive in the future, and what impact can a youth social justice movement have on them? What are some ways HBCUs can continue to increase their connectedness with the black community? Will there be an increase in enrollment in HBCUs and also will we see an increase of top athletes attending? How can others who attended PWI’s help support HBCUs?

  • 01:55

    The New Civil Rights Heroes

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    This Saturday on Behind the Blue Curtain we will get to hear from the New Civil Rights Heroes.  Young America is signalling that they've had enough.  Armed with history and social media savy, they are changing America, for the better.  
    Simone Posey is an actress, known for WOKE: The Pecking Order, Bompton Had a Dream (2020) and Insecure (2016). Simone is  from Prince Georges County, Maryland. “I grew up known as “the tap dancer”. I mean I literally tap danced down the hallways in school, at talent shows, and in every room in the house (including the bathroom). Dance was such a huge part of my life, that when it was time to decide at the age of 17, what I would do with the rest of my life, i.e., college, I choose to major in what I knew best…you guessed it…Dance.”  Simone taught High School Special Education/General Education English for two years in Brooklyn. “ As much as I love my students, I was searching for more in regards to my life and my purpose.”
    Isidoro Rodriguez is a graduate of John Jay College of Criminal Justice, where he majored in English, with a minor in journalism. He has been published in the John Jay Sentinel and recognized for his writing talent in “JJ’s Finest 2016.” He is a recipient of the 2017 Patricia Licklider Award for Best Work of Nonfiction: Journalism and the John Jay English Department’s 2017 award for Outstanding Graduate in English. He is now a criminal justice journalist for The Crime Report, an online criminal justice news source, where his focus is on policing.  He has covered the issues of training, hiring, policing the mentally ill, and tackling the code of silence in multiple published works.  
    Call  (646) 716-4621 then press 1 on your phone so I know you would like to speak.  

  • 01:01

    A Chat in the Garden with Monique A.J. Smith

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    Ms. Nichole Person was named the Associate Director/Senior Woman Administrator for the Coppin State University Athletics Department in July 2018. In her role at Coppin, Person serves on various University-wide committees including; the President’s Assessment Council, Diversity and Inclusion, Title IX, University Day, and new student orientation.  Within Athletics, Person is responsible for all administrative entities and human resources. Person, who has been with Coppin State since 2012, lectured in the College of Business instructing on sport management and internship courses. In addition, Person works with the National Basketball Association All-Star Weekend as an event logistics consultant.  Previously, she managed event logistics for T.D. Jakes 3-day Mega Fest and the New York Urban League Football Classic and the Senior Professional Golfers Association (PGA) as a Tournament Coordinator. Person began her career in intercollegiate athletics at Morgan State as a student athletic trainer before completing her studies at Georgia State.  While at Georgia State, she was a graduate intern for the 1996 Summer Olympic Paralympic Games. Person is a 1994 graduate of Morgan State with a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration. She obtained her Master of Science in Sport Management from Georgia State in 1997. 
    Join us on A Chat in the Garden with Monique A. J. Smith at 10:00 am est Come listen to our guest’s career path, her advice for others and current initiatives. Right here on A Chat in the Garden with Monique A. J. Smith, where Significance Blooms via 563-999-3513 or

  • 00:15

    Magic Smiles...Ingredient that goes along way to a Special Day

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    Welcome to "In The Moment"  Broadcast...with Adele Arnesen
    This is also known as "In the Moment Campaign"
    Our Missionis  to "Spread Smiles" and Ignite a Magic Moment for yourself and others.  It all begins with a Smile!
    What will be the results?..
    You will be able to Organize your thought processes with a few magical open up the creative talents inside of you.  We need to touch the.heart of the matter.  Our heart when opened sends out many types of ideas.  The floodgates carry out to our own world what excites us.  Our piece to the puzzle is also known as the key to living the "In the Moment Campaign" 
    Will share more while you listen...
    In the meantime have a great day!
    PS I will also be having a guest host, Jeff Cannon, who will join me on some of the broadcasts.  Great Motivator!
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    Shining Light on the confusion, basic facts, and ultimate goal of the Moorish Movement, in Love and Understanding

  • 00:45

    Livin Single in the City

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    Welcome to the very first call for Livin Single in your City. 
    Tonight we will talk about the journey of being single.

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  • 01:10

    Money July 6, 2020 After the 4th Independence

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