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Listen to this special edition of the Pan-African Journal: Worldwide Radio Broadcast hosted by Abayomi Azikiwe, editor of the Pan-African News Wire. We feature our regular PANW report with dispatches on the celebration of International Workers' Day, May Day, and its history; May Day is being commemorated throughout the world including the Republic of South Africa where COSATU is holding a mass demonstrations in Pretoria and other cities throughout the country; and 15 people have been killed in the capital of the Horn of Africa state of Somalia after a mosque collapsed. In the second hour we present an archived interview with Michelle Alexander speaking about the racialization of the prison industrial complex in the United States. The final hour looks back on the history of African American rebellions in Baltimore in both 1968 and 2015, on the anniversary of the Freddie Grey unrest one year ago.
Join author, blogger and coach to women entrepreneurs Sharon Michaels as she shares seven reasons she believes women excel at sales. You'll want pen and paper handy to make notes and jot down a few "aha's." Sharon shows you how to do business successfully!
Sharon has been a woman in business for over 25 years - she is a coach to entrepreneurial women, author of empowering books for women, radio host and executive producer of not only this radio show but also Women Enjoying Success radio. Sharon's mission is to empower women to greater personal and professional success.
Here's a link to Sharon's Author page on Amazon.com where you can check out all her Paperback and Kindle books, Sharon's Author Page
Here's a link to Sharon's blog Women Who Want To Successfully Work For Themselves.com
Here's a link to subscribe to Sharon Newsletter Unlimited Success For Women: http://UnlimitedSuccessForWomen
1st Hour: A rebroadcast of Thomas Abdul Salaam presentations
2nd Hour: Nimat Shahid presents "The Pearls Of Women" (Qur'anic Mondays)
3rd Hour: Dr. Abdel J. Nuriddin presents tips on Wholistic Health
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Do you run on-time? Or, do you tend to run either a little early or a little late? Regardless of whether you have a reputation for being punctual or habitually late, we all seem to be in a race against time. Have you ever stopped to think about your relationship with time? Today we're going to do just that. Many of us are unconsciouslly obsessed with time! We either put our attention and focus on the past, where we lament the decisions or a time-like our youth-gone by, or we look forward to the future because we have plans for creating a happier life.
Regardless of whether we're thinking of the past or the future, these thoughts keeps you from being aware of and grounded in the present moment. What is time anyway? Join us for a living and engaging conversation as we explore how we can use time in a way that expands us.
At Midnight is all about uplifting souls and to give account of understanding that the storm will come. When the trials are near please don’t fret because we have a Savior who has already won the battle. I trust the Lord. He is my Rock and my Keeper. Why be worried about the storms of life when we have a Lord who defeated death. Who can touch us? Who can harm us? Who can box with God?
At midnight I will rise to give thanks unto thee because of thy righteous judgments. Psa119:62
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Search me, O God, and know my heart: try me, and know my thoughts: Psa 139:23
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Listen to this edition of the Pan-African Journal: Worldwide Radio Broadcast hosted by Abayomi Azikiwe, editor of the Pan-African News Wire. We feature our regular PANW reports with dispatches on a South African court ruling saying that President Jacob Zuma may be charged again with over 800 charges of corruption dropped in 2009; Zimbabwe officials say that industry must be rejuvenated through national efforts; Democratic Republic of Congo artist Papa Wemba has passed after collapsing on stage in Ivory Coast; the Central African Republic may be subjected to a disarmament program through the United Nations; and thousands of demonstrators have disrupted rallies where presidential candidate Donald Trump was speaking in California. In the second hour look at the 22nd anniversary of Freedom Day in South Africa where questions relating to the real meaning of independence and democracy are discussed. Other developments in Africa are also featured in other news reports.
Music lovers Sundays on American Variety Network, you will get your thrill of music as I sit back relax and play some of my favorite songs in hopes that you my listeners will also enjoy the music! From time to time I'm also going to support local bands, local rappers and bands and rappers from all around the country! It's time to put the spotlight on these wonderful musicians!
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Is your liver healthy?
The Herbal Prepper Live
on American Preppers Radio!
Sundays 7:00pm/Est 6:00pm/Ct 5:00pm/Mt 4:00pm/Pt
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Is your liver healthy? Your eyes and skin aren’t jaundiced, and you feel ok. So, your liver must be fine, right? Wrong.
The fact is, most people couldn’t tell if their liver were healthy or not without getting a liver panel done at their doctor’s office. The obvious signs of liver disease, things like jaundice or feeling hot for no obvious reason, do not show up until the liver is 80% damaged.
Thankfully, our ancestors knew a thing or two about how to use herbs, bitter greens, and vinegars to help the liver, both in preventative and remedial ways. Spring was a traditional time for liver-supporting herbs and foods, which followed a winter of eating preserved meats, dairy, and stored root vegetables...
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Joanna Martin talk to Geeta Sidhu-Robb
Dr Joanna Martin is a renowned visionary, coach and catalyst; leading women into a new global paradigm. Her message and work have directly impacted over 70,000 people on 4 different continents.
Her private client list reads like a who’s who list of industry luminaries in the UK, USA and Australia. She is widely recognized as the secret weapon advisor behind the success of hundreds of change makers and entrepreneurial leaders.
She currently leads over 22,000 professionals at various stages of growth to increase their impact and influence through her three organisations, One of many, Shift Speaker Training and the Empress Global Collective.
After taking her own business from zero to 7-figures and two countries in 12 months, Jo became an internationally acclaimed and award-winning speaker.
She is a committed financial investor in the work of The Hunger Project and has supported them by training over 70 fundraisers and facilitators globally.
She’s also a diplomatic wife, a sometimes-too-tired mother, a protective sister, and a caring friend. She has very cool head, but a very big heart.
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The legendary Africa Bambaataa is notable for releasing a series of genre-defining electro tracks in the 1980s that influenced the development of hip hop culture. Afrika Bambaataa is one of the originators of breakbeat DJing and is respectfully known as "The Godfather" and "Amen Ra of Hip Hop Kulture", as well as the father of electro funk. Through his co-opting of the street gang the Black Spades into the music and culture-oriented Universal Zulu Nation, he has helped spread hip hop culture throughout the world. Join your host jeremy, Jesse and schelett as they give credit where credit is due and pay homage to the revolutionary figure in hip hop, Africa Bambaataa.
We discuss Trump Orange County riots including overturning a police car and smashing a window of police car in Calif by Mexican youth and those who clash with Trump ideas.
We discuss Carly Fiorina loss to Barbara Boxer and her lack of appeal even with a confirmed ticket. Carly had early business success but it was marked with controversy.
We discuss the military industry in the US and Europe and the Electoral college.
Albert argues with Jon toward the end on significance of celebrity obsession, American success and destiny.
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LATE NIGHT RADIO HOST VIC XL BRINGS HIS RIDIN DURTY RADIO BRAND TO HOME TEAM RADIO,BRINGING THE LISTENERS THE BEST IN NEXT HIPHOP AND R&B,NEWS AND INFO COMBINE WITH WIT AND HUMOR WITH A DIRTY SOUTH TWIST.WE'LL BE BRINGING YOU SOME OF THE BEST GUEST ACROSS THE LAND,FEEL FREE TO ALWAYS CALL IN AND GIVE US YOUR OPINION
Xavier White grew up listening to his grandfather playing the drums and his mother playing the best of R. Kelly and Usher. Interestingly his focus in his younger years was not of R&B, but of punk rock. Being bi-racial, with a Scottish father and an African American mother, he had the best of both worlds.His favorite punk rock bands consisted of Green Day, Simple Plan, and Linkin Park.Confused in his younger years, he chose to write music to anything he found suitable for his tempo of music. Around the age of 16, Xavier contended in his high school talent show and sang one of his favorite songs at the time, “So Sick” by Ne-Yo. Placing in 2nd place gave Xavier an idea of what he needed to improve on in the future. Being a fast learner, he promised himself he will win 1st place in the talent show before graduating high school. In Xavier’s senior year, he won 1st place singing and showcasing his powerful vocals with "My Girl" by The Temptations. Xavier released his first EP at the age of 23 called “Our Last Memories.” Between his high school career and his current projects, Xavier has utilized the time to focus on crafting his voice and lyrics. He is currently hitting main stream media and plans on winning a Grammy award in the near future. Currently, his single “New York Times” is garnering major attention from fans and media alike. Xavier’s new EP, Cancer Vs. Gemini, is currently in the works of being released over the summer.