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Three astrologers who love their work, Anne Ortelee, Mark Wolz, and Heather Roan Robbins, talk about the astrological conditions of the week ahead, what they mean, how to navigate the shoals and make the most of the moment. We then take callers and apply the transits to their charts. This week the Sun triens Jupiter and Pluto, Mars turns Retrograde and Jupiter turns Direct. What does that mean for you?
How an 1829 Slave Bill of Sale & A Question Connects Janice Cross-Gilyard to her 5th Great-Grandmother, Willoughby McWhite. Janice Cross-Gilyard will share how a segment from the PBS Show – The History Detectives has impacted her genealogy research.
Jeanie Hans (From Wichita, Kansas) found a box of her grandfather’s possessions. Among some books and old gun manuals, she found a disturbing document: an 1829 ‘Bill of Sale’ for the purchase of a 17-year old “negro girl” named Willoby. Jeanie wants to know more about this young girl. Jeanie asks host Eduardo Pagan to find out what happened to Willoby. (Source: PBS Program – The History Detectives)
Janice Cross-Gilyard is a Charter Member of The Harriet Tubman Chapter of Sons & Daughters of the United States Middle Passage. She also joined the Afro-American Historical and Genealogical Society – New Jersey Chapter in March of 2016 and currently serves as President, Editor of the Family Times Newsletter as well as managing and providing content for their Facebook page.
Janice has conducted her family research for the past 25 years and has documented her family history back to 1790. She is proud of her ancestors, which include educators (two founded colleges), midwives, farmers, and pastors. She is passionate about history and genealogy and believes that her ancestors chose her to tell their stories. She is always willing to assist anyone who may be interested in researching their family history.
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Dangerous Freedom: Mom loses child custody due to NO MASK?! What?! + SEVERAL updates from previous cases
#SpeakUP: Cuties + Netflix & what to do when CPS/DHS come knocking on your door.
Freedom Talks with Krissy: Media Censorship
"I prefer Dangerous Freedom over Peaceful Slavery." - Thomas Jefferson
Freedom has NEVER been free, it's always been DANGEROUS. Land of the FREE, because of the BRAVE, right? Well welcome to the NEW military. We're called to protect this Great Nation against all enemies, foreign or DOMESTIC. If WE THE PEOPLE don't fight for our freedom now, we will be the last generation to know America as a free country. We need to TAKE OUR COUNTRY BACK and defend our Constitutional Liberties in order to leave a LEGACY OF FREEDOM to FUTURE generations.
Join us as we discuss the HOTTEST topics related to FREEDOM and how to fight back against a tyrannical government, because WHEN TYRANNY BECOMES LAW... REBELLION BECOMES DUTY.
WE ARE THE RESISTANCE. KEEP FIGHTING.
~ Lori Jean
An Inside View into the Dark Side of a Music Icon He was the King of Pop, a superstar without equal, the idol of millions of young people around the world. But was Michael Jackson also a sexual predator without equal, someone who preyed on the very fans who adored him? Bad is the revelatory untold true story of the strange and larger-than-life career of Michael Jackson, the King of Pop. In the wake of the controversial two-part documentary Leaving Neverland, which told the stories of two young boys who were befriended by the singer and have claimed they suffered years of agonizing abuse, Dylan Howard set out to investigate Jackson’s life and death in unprecedented depth, to determine—as one lawyer suggested—that the pop star ran “the most sophisticated child sexual abuse procurement and facilitation operation the world has known.” After all the highly publicized trials and unfounded accusations, stunning new information has finally come to light: irrefutable evidence that one of the best-known, best-loved figures in the world was a monster behind closed doors—a foul-mouthed, abusive, drug-sodden freak whose deeds and the reasons for those deeds are revealed now for the first time. A dramatic narrative account based on dozens of interviews, Howard shares Jackson’s own riveting personal journal—obtained exclusively for this book—interviews with family members, multiple first-person sources—some of whom have asked to remain anonymous—as well as thousands of pages of court documents. What he uncovers is a man who was both naive and Machiavellian, unorthodox, a devoted father, shrewd businessman, and drug addict whose life was cut short but whose sound and style have influenced artists of various genres and generations.
On Thursday 3rd September, 2020 Schalk talk to Andreas Johannsen and Neo Mike from the Nordic Resistance Movement. The Nordic experience of Covid-19 and BLM is discussed. A discussion then follows on the establishment of a national socialist republic across the Nordic Scandinavian lands. Not for the faint hearted. This is subjects for politically mature listeners, willing to engage even maligned political and social ideology as possible solution the the imploding society around us.
Bakunzi ba Radio Iteme tubahaye ikaze muri Studio zacu. Turi kuwa 09/16/2020 mu ikiganiro kidasanzwe na Turayishimye Jean Paul.
Nkuko nabibasezeranije mu ikiganiro iigihe ni iki, ngarutse kwemeza ko General Major Mugambage Frank yasezeye ku imirimo ye ya Ambassaderi mu bugande mu uburyo bwatunguye benshi ndetse bucyibazwaho byinshi.
Mugihe Ubugande bwamusezeyeho mucyubahiro, Kigali ntabwo yigeze imusimbura ndetse n'Ibinyamakuru bya Kigali bishobora kuba byavanye amakuru y'isezera rye kuri Radio Iteme.
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Dr. Mammo Muchie is joining us to dicuss the significance and controversy of the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam(GERD). The dam will be the largest hydroelectric dam in Africa and the the seventh largest in the world. Ethiopia will provide reliable electricity to its citizens and neighboring African nations. However, Egypt has been opposed to any development on the Nile that could reduce the amount of water it gets. And the United States has even suspended some financial aid to Ethiopia because of failed talks with Egypt.
Prof. Muchie is currently a DST/NRF Research Professor at the Faculty of Management Sciences, Tshwane University of Technology, South Africa. He previously served as a Director of the Research Centre on Development Studies and International Relations, Department of History, International and Social Studies, Aalborg University in Denmark.
Muchie was educated in USA and in Europe. He obtained his MPhil and DPhil degrees in development economics and science, technology and innovation studies from Sussex University, England under the supervision of the renowned innovation scholar, the late Freeman of the IDS/SPRU. He also studied Measurement Science in Petrograd, Russia. He has taught and researched at various universities in the USA and Europe including Cambridge University and the Middlesex University (UK); the University of Aalborg (Denmark) and Amsterdam University (Netherlands).
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The horror stories about domestic violence, divorce, child custody and the too- often devastating decisions handed down in family court abound. This week's show features a retired judge who advocates and teaches about how abusers use the court system, and many of his insignts and experiences shed some light on what happens in courts when abusers use the courts to further abuse their victims.
Judge Eugene Hyman served 20 years on the Superior court in the Criminal, Family, Juvenile, and Probate divisions of the Court. The Juvenile Domestic and Family Violence Court began in 1999 and is believed to be the first such court in the US. It received the United Nations Public Service Award in 2008. Assitionally, he has taught Domestic Violence related subjects in Canada, Australia, Germany, New Zealand, besides in the US.
Join us as we talk family courts, abusers, child custody and the reality of domestic violence and the courts.
TUNE IN TONIGHT TO: “Tanya TalkS; Where your voice is heard- and your story is told” on Marti Oakley’s TS Radio Network, and Stephen Burke’s 89.9 FM KLRB Lighthouse Radio.
OKLAHOMA PRISON/ SYSTEM – A WRECK!
County Jails – some are too.
What is a person to do? STAND UP CIVILLY AND FAITHFULLY.
And that’s just what happened and is happening NOW!
COVID-19 and massive outbreaks are the face of the inroads to what has been a legitimate complaint as to prison conditions.
The door is unlocked and we are stepping in. Courages advocates for humane and civil conditions per the policies and procedures and Federal Law and Constitutional protections is all anyone ever wanted. Where does it go from here.
Join us tonight as we discuss the rallying warriors, the inmates that screamed for help when they otherwise might not have been allowed, voices of gospel and prayers from ministry; community leaders and reps, and finally- patriots that stand for what stands by them.
Tina Goertz worked at the rally to assist, talk, gather names and more as Tiffany Walton drove the attention and the mission to the fruition of masses of support.
We want calls from those that attended and those that witnessed or saw on the news – tell us what you saw and felt.
Tina and Tanya; Tanya Talks host have an announcement to make tonight and we think you will like it.
“See” you then, and please share!
Coming up on Thursday September 10th, I welcome back TapInto Columnist Al Sullivan to Politically Direct. We will discuss the job performance of Governor Phil Murphy during COVID-19, the current political climate, the impact of the pandemic upon civil liberties, the ongoing debate about state borrowing and much more.
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