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  • 00:45

    Making a Difference with the LIttle Black Dress Society

    in Lifestyle

    Amanda Graybill is my featured guest to share her passion to stop domestic violence and other forms of abuse against women. Amanda founded The Little Black Dress Society so we can become involved in this important cause!

  • 00:30

    The Little Black Dress Society Founder Amanda Graybill

    in Women

    Amanda Graybill is a Speaker, Author, and Founder of The Little Black Dress Society, a service organization she founded in 2009 that is committed to ending the abuse of women. It is a classy organization representing a classic dress. Wearing little black dresses, women work and play together to build awareness, raise funds, and impact the lives of women touched by abuse. Amanda is personally committed to ending the abuse of women while encouraging other women to join her in this worthy cause.

    For over 20 years, Amanda has touched the hearts of women through her passion of empowering them to live their life to the fullest. She is a contributing author of two books and in 2007 her inspirational novel, The Little Black Dress, was released exploring the power of forgiveness and bringing hope to its readers. She recently received the 2010 Phoenix Award in San Antonio for the work she does to bring awareness to Domestic Violence.

    Amanda volunteers her time teaching self-esteem to women equipping them for both life and employment, therefore restoring their passion to fulfill their dreams.

    Her driving force in creating the Little Black Dress Society is to give women of all walks of life the ability to join hearts and hands in order to make a difference in their community. The magic is women in little black dresses with willing hearts, compassion and hands that reach beyond pettiness and competition.

    Amanda believes the vision is global. Through the combined efforts of women forming “societies”, the innate beauty of a woman’s heart can be changed. The blindfold women wear to hide their shame can be removed returning their hope to…
    LOVE, BELIEVE, AND DREAM, again!

  • 00:55

    Amanda Graybill, Speaker, Author, & Founder of The Little Black Dress Society®

    in Business

    Amanda Graybill is a Speaker, Author, and Founder of The Little Black Dress Society®, a service organization she founded in 2009 that is committed to ending the abuse of women. It is a classy organization representing a classic dress. Wearing little black dresses, women work and play together to build awareness, raise funds, and impact the lives of women touched by abuse. Amanda is personally committed to ending the abuse of women while encouraging other women to join her in this worthy cause.
    For over 20 years, Amanda has touched the hearts of women through her passion of empowering them to live their life to the fullest. She is a contributing author of two books and in 2007 her inspirational novel, The Little Black Dress, was released exploring the power of forgiveness and bringing hope to its readers. She recently received the 2010 Phoenix Award in San Antonio for the work she does to bring awareness to Domestic Violence.
    Amanda volunteers her time teaching self-esteem to women equipping them for both life and employment, therefore restoring their passion to fulfill their dreams.

  • 02:02

    In Black America Radio Building On The Afrika Bambaataa Scandal

    in Self Help

    Join Rasta B And Smoke As We Build On Various Topics In Black America Including Afrika Bambaataa, What is A Alpha/Beta Male And The Effeminization Of The Black Man


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  • 02:41

    Freedom of Speech Friday! | Tim Black At Night

    in News

    Freedom of Speech Friday! | Tim Black At Night


    Tim Black At Night 9pm Est. 323-870-4064
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  • 02:13

    THE NEW BLACK RENAISSANCE ERA 21st Century (part II)

    in Current Events

    The New BLACK  RENAISSANCE ERA 21st Century "Where Do We Go from Here and Why We Can't Wait"  we must define our BLACK identiy in AmeriKKKa for the future of our youth, Revolutionary changeis the only solutionto buildingour unity.Umited we stand divided we die.  Why are police still racial profiling our children...in Florida and all over AmeriKKKa.

  • IndieReview Behind The Scenes's WEEKEND EDITION!

    in Entertainment

    Hello Everyone! My name is Michelle Cornwell Jordan your host and tonight I have the opportinity to chat with Author(s) Zuri Day and Renee Daniel Flagler!


     Zuri Day: Award-winning author Zuri Day snuck her first Harlequin romance from her older sister's collection and was hooked from page one. Knights in shining armor and happily-ever-afters spurred a lifelong love of reading. Zuri now creates these stories as a full-time author. Splitting her time between the stunning Caribbean islands and southern California, and always busy writing her next novel, Zuri still loves to connect with readers via Zuri@ZuriDay.com.


    Contact: http://zuriday.com/


     Renee Daniel Flagler is an award-winning freelance writer, award-nominated author, creative writing teaching artist, and a literacy advocate who has treasured the art of writing since she was a young girl. Since 2004, Renee has six published books. Her latest novels areStill Raging and Society Wives, which has been optioned for film. Renee is currently at work on her next novel, The Second Wives Club and is scheduled to release her first romance series in the fall of 2015 through Harlequin’s Kimani Romance imprint under the pseudonym Nicki Night.


    Contact: http://reneedanielflagler.com/


     

  • 00:29

    Discussion of EYE ON THE STRUGGLE by James McGrath Morris on #ConversationsLIVE

    in Books

    Host Cyrus Webb and Brotha Magazine's Charles Clark discuss James McGrath Morris' book EYE ON THE STRUGGLE: Ethel Payne, the First Lady of the Black Press on #ConversationsLIVE.

  • 02:01

    Harriet Tubman on the $20: Honor or Disgrace?

    in Current Events

    Former Presidential candidate, BEN CARSON said, "Putting HARRIET TUBMAN on the $20 bill makes her the new face of slavery."  Presidential candidate and GOP front runner, DONALD TRUMP, called the it a move 'political correctness' and suggested TUBMAN grace another denomination such as the $2 bill instead.  For AFRICAN-AMERICANS is this a symbolic gesture that should be celebrated or is it a disgrace to TUBMAN's legacy.  PRESIDENT ANDREW JACKSON'S image will remain on the back of the $20, DESPITE his horrific track record of attrocities against NATIVE AMERICANS should he be removed altogether?  MD asking the questions America's afraid to ask?  ALL I ASK IS THAT YOU THINK

  • 00:26

    Correcting our History-Canada gets its first black newspaper thanks to Sabbath S

    in Religion

    A Sabbath School is a place where slaves can learn to read and write.  It is believed to have originated in the area of the State of Connecticut.  It is believed that abolitionists supplied the books and materials necessary for these schools and they were held on a Sunday because many masters did allow their slaves to attend church so it was the ideal place.  Maybe this is where our current churches get the idea of Sunday school from.

  • 00:30

    SISTER SPEAK SATURDAY - Understanding LUPUS

    in Motivation

    As we near the Annual Walk to End Lupus event in New York on May 14, 2016, we take a hard look at what LUPUS is, how you get it, and who gets it.  This debilitating disease effects abou 90% more women than men. Therefore, it is important for us as women to learn as much as we can about it and join the fight to find a cure.  


    Our host(s) share why they beleive every woman has a personal stake in helping to eradicate this crippling disease. Join Marilyn and Sonja as they speak on "Understanding LUPUS"  today at 9:30am(pdt)/12:30pm(edt) right here on blogtalkradio.com/wisewomeninspired. 


    As always this half (1/2) hour is going to be just like sitting down with your girlfriends over a cup of your favorite beverage for a little "girl chat".  So grab your cup, call your girls and get ready to be a part of the CONVERSATION.  


    We would love to invite you to our "If the DREAM is Big Enough" conference in October.  So push the pink button right here on blogtalkradio.com/wisewomeninspired to follow us and get timely updates about WISE.  You can also follow us on Twitter @WISE91605952, "like" our FB page @WISE Women Inspired Sisters Empowered send us an email at wisewomenofpower@gmail.com.  Be sure to visit our website at WISEWOMENOFPOWER.ORG to learn more about us and get up to the minute information about everything WISE.