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The Kia D Unplugged Show feat. Where is Alyssa??
There is a $25,000.00 reward for the safe return of the young Alyssa Williams (14), from Houston, Texas. She vanished from the supposed safety of her home on November 5, 2020, and the Houston Police Department has literally told her family that they WILL NOT expend departmental resources on the search for this young black child. There has been little to no attention given to her disappearance, and the idea of a black family being told outright by the Houston Police Department that their 14 year old child is not worth the resources of searching for her should infuriate every black family in America to the point where that department, the Mayor’s office, the Governor’s office, all news channels, and the FBI are deluged with perpetual inquiries about this beautiful young black child (girl), because “HER LIFE MATTERS” more than the skunks who suggested that she wasn’t even worth investigating.
Please flood the Houston Police Department with calls until a thorough search and investigation into the disappearance of the young Alyssa Williams (14 years old) is underway.
Police: (713) 884.3131 : (832) 394-1840
Houston FBI: (713)693 5000
Mayor Sylvester Turner: 311 or 713.837.0311
Traumatized people processing loss by watching TV sure do connect with a TV show in which a traumatized person processes loss via the medium of television. Disney+ newest Marvel TV show is a timely hit. I'm joined by three fascinating guests for a nuanced and necessary conversation.
"When someone tells a Black woman she’s not supposed to be there it goes from being uncomfortable to being dangerous" - comics critic Niki J.
Occasional voice actress and constant Marvel fan, Niki J posts about comics and queer issues at @blackloislane on Twitter. In her free time she's helped organize panels for Geeks OUT's annual queer comics celebration, Flame Con.
"This was my entire childhood flashing before me"-- Asya Pikovsky is a communications consultant for grassroots and worker advocacy organizations. When she was four, she immigrated to the US with her family as Jewish refugees from the former Soviet Union. She also compares Wanda to the FBI...
Diana Hussein is a Detroit-based Communications Specialist for the hospitality workers' labor union, UNITE HERE. She's one of my favorite union voices on Twitter: https://twitter.com/heyadiana. and has a lot to say about the MCU and Arab American fandom.
It's Sunday! Holliewood And Friends podcast is back LIVE! 3pm ET - Call 646-716-8544 to listen or join the discussion.
Hosts @IamHollieWood and @Judy.Blu got you covered with what's Hot In The Blogs! In their own funny, crazy, and sometimes out-of-line way!
SUNDAY 3/21 TOPICS:
1) Verzuz: Raekwon vs Ghostface Killah
2) California Suggest "No Scream" Rule On Rollercoasters As Theme Parks Plan To Reopen.
3) Royal Caribbean To Require Travelers To Be Vaccinated Before Sailing?
4) Kirk Franklin vs Son
5) City of Miami Declares Spring Break State of Emergency And Sets 8pm Curfew
6) Is Kanye West Really Worth 6.6 Billion?
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Director Julio Maria film 'Country of Hotels,' tells the stories of the desperate souls who pass through the doors of 508, a room on the fifth floor of an anonymous, decaying hotel. We are taken on a surreal and blackly comic journey down its lonely corridors and behind its out-dated furnishings and stained surfaces. The story plunges us into the ever-turning carousel of haunted lives who check in and check out of the establishment. The film recently premiered at the Manchester Film Festival in England.
In honor of March being International Women’s Month, author/artist Lindsay Gardner has released the new book WHY WE COOK: Women on Food, Identity, and Connection - 112 women restauranteurs, activists, food writers, professional chefs, and home cooks tell stories, share recipes, and are inspiring change in the world of food.
Oak Ridge, TN born Camo Brian has dabbled into music as early as age nine. His love for the different genres of music is portrayed in his first single with Average Joe Entertainment “Already Famous” available today. This infectious rap-country song has a heavy message of acceptance and self love mixed with perfect vocals, great lyrics, and amazing production.
Faulkner County native Red Hall was a serial killer who confessed to murdering at least twenty-four people. Most of his victims were motorists who picked him up as he hitchhiked around the United States. In the closing months of World War II, he beat his wife to death and went on a killing spree across the state. His signature smile lured his victims to their doom, and even after his capture, he maintained a friendly manner, being described by one lawman as "a pleasant conversationalist." Author Janie Nesbitt Jones chronicles his life for the first time and explores reasons why he became Arkansas's Hitchhike Killer. THE ARKANSAS HITCHHIKE KILLER: James Waybern "Red" Hall-Janie Nesbitt Jones
@jaspercolesays and co-host @ralphcolejr are thrilled to welcome the multi-talented Actor @benvazquez_ Join them to discuss his career journey as an Actor and a Miltary veteran, He currently recurrs on the new Series LACE. Join us Thursday March 25th at 6 pst. Call in at (516) 531-9534.
Duration: 60 minutes
St. Elmo's Fire was a response to the teen films of the 1980s, examining what happens after college. Joel Schumacher crafted an authentic and progressive story about the emotional lives and professional challenges of seven recent Georgetown grads, reflecting young women focused on career rather than marriage and introducing the idea of a gay lead character (a baby step, but a step). However, as film authorities Tara McNamara, Gen X, and Riley Roberts, Gen Z, discuss, the dramedy also promoted shocking values, including beautiful and fun characters Jules and Billy coking it up and an adorable portrayal of Kirby stalking the object of his obsession.
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