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20 Minute Morning Show Nov 14, 2023
FBI will expose Senators, Doctors and college Professors and military who use Prostitutes. If your Doctor likes to go to strip clubs
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2 time Cancer and Covid 19 survivor uses Nutrition to beat sicknes! Lorenzo Williams has hope for those suffering!!!
Lorenzo Williams is part owner of the WI based nutrition company entitled “ Journey 2 A Better Health” he along side his wife has vowed to assist people to choose a healthier lifestyle through making better food choices. Lorenzo is a 2 times cancer survivor who last bout would had proven fatal had he not equipped his body with the proper vitamins and food choices. His healing has left the medical field baffled and wanting to use Mr. Williams as a case study. The decision he and his wife made to stop the use of conventional medicine and routine cancer treatments saved his life.
His recent ordeal with COVID-19 also proved to be a very victorious time for Lorenzo as once again their routine method of vitamins and nutrients assisted in his healing from what could have proven to be fatal for him.
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THE BJ MURPHY 20 MINUTE MORNING SHOW NOV 7 2023
Why People are not Married
Children acting up in the classroom
My commentary on Israel
Christian Muslim Unity Weekend in Phoenix November 11, 2023
Events Unlimited presents a special Black Tie Banquet in Phoenix at South Phoenix Missionary Baptist Church with Muhammad Mosque #32. The keynote speaker Brother Student Minister Nuri Muhammad on November 11th.
For the Self Defense class with Brother Aziz Muhammad on Saturday morning and the Banquet that evening contact Sister Lakesha Muhammad
Introducing The Silva Lining Band's new single "Let Yourself Be Free"
Join host BJ Murphy on the "20 Minute Morning Show Podcast" as he explores the vibrant musical journey of the Silva Lining Band, a unique ensemble that bridges the gap between two culturally rich cities, Lisbon and London. Born in Lisbon and raised in London, this family trio, comprising Nuno, Catarina, and Tiago, infuses their Portuguese roots with English charm to create a musical fusion that's nothing short of extraordinary.
The Silva family motto is clear: "The more, the merrier." This philosophy is mirrored in their debut album, "Lisboa," set to be released on November 10, 2023. The album boasts an impressive ensemble of over 12 musicians spanning a wide spectrum of genres, from Funk to Swing Jazz to Rock. Their latest single, "Let Yourself Be Free," is a glimpse into this musical tapestry, inviting you to move to its rhythm and get lost in its captivating melodies. With a blend of percussion fills and snappy funky brass riffs, this track sets the mood for a night of revelry and dancing with friends.
Written by band co-founder Tiago Silva and produced by João Sanguinheira and Tiago himself, "Let Yourself Be Free" brings together eight talented musicians, each adding their unique energy to the song. The track was born in the wake of a global pandemic, when lockdowns lifted, and the world was yearning for the return of gatherings and celebrations. Tiago's encounters with people and the infectious energy he experienced during these moments inspired this song, which serves as an ode to letting loose and a tribute to hanging out with friends once again.
To capture the essence of the song, a vibrant and lively party was organized and expertly documented by Pedro Salvado. The result was a resounding success, preserving the soul of the song and its message. The Silva Lining Band is all about family and friends uniting to bring their dream of sharing their music with the world to life. A decade in the making, their journey is a testament to their unwavering commitment to their craft and their desire to share their love of music with the world.
Listen to the "20 Minute Morning Show Podcast" with host BJ Murphy to delve deeper into the Silva Lining Band's story, their remarkable music, and their dedication to creating memorable experiences through their art. Enjoy the infectious rhythms and melodies that emanate from this talented family, and witness their ongoing journey to make music that resonates with the world. The Silva Lining Band is here to stay, and their music is sure to leave an indelible mark.
Learn more at www.silvaliningband.com
Malikah Berry Rogers talks about The Southern Black Girls and Women’s Consortium
ABOUT THE SOUTHERN BLACK GIRLS AND WOMEN’S CONSORTIUM:
Who They Are
The Southern Black Girls and Women’s Consortium (Southern Black Girls) is a collective of Black women in philanthropy, activism and girls’ work, who hold deep roots in movement-building. Established in 2017, Southern Black Girls has become a disruptor in grant-making and is positioned as a catalyst to fundraise and provide greater resources toward underfunded organizations that, intentionally, support and empower Black girls and women in the South. Southern Black Girls recognizes their critical role and the importance of centering the lived experiences and leadership of those most impacted by deep-seated injustices. The organization is led by four anchor institutions including the Appalachian Community Fund, the BlackBelt Community Foundation, the Fund for Southern Communities and the TruthSpeaks Innovation Foundation. The collective also includes a host of grassroots and advocacy partners, who are actively engaging in this work across the region.
The executive director of Southern Black Girls is Malikah Berry Rogers, who is the voice that will be speaking on behalf of the organization during today’s interview.
Why They Are
Fed up with reports confirming that Black women and girls receive less than one percent of the $4.8 billion in philanthropic investments in the south, Southern Black Girls and Women’s Consortium made it their mission to raise $100 million over the next decade to financially empower the goals of Black girls and women. To date, they have already awarded $3.7 million to 221 Black women-led organizations and 504 girls across 13 southern states - Alabama, Arkansas, East Texas, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia, and West Virginia.
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Janet McCullough, owner of Charlotte Spa & Esthetics
Janet McCullough opened Charlotte Spa and Esthetics in 2017, her dream was to help others feel good by teaching them the importance of a good skin routine.
“Skincare is very important. It could make someone have a lack of self-esteem if their skin is not together.
The Texas native decided to open the business after she was laid off from a previous job and realized that she needed to have more than one source of income. (She’s also a licensed insurance agent and a certified revenue cycle analyst for a local healthcare company.) McCullough said she also was inspired by the fact that Americans are getting older, and with aging comes the need for better skin care.
McCullough describes business ownership as a journey.
In 2019, McCullough launched a non-profit called Silent Touch Therapy, an initiative she uses to teach cancer patients about skin care.
“I started thinking about how else could I use my skincare,” she said. “So, I started volunteering with the American Cancer Society — the Look Good, Feel Better program — working with cancer patients on how to care for their skin.
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Deana Butler-Rahming a Rising Star in Gospel Music
Deana Butler-Rahming a native of Miami. She is the proud mother of Alexia Deshay Porter and married to Bishop Gus L. Rahming. Deana graduated from Miami Carol City Sr. High and received her Bachelor's Degree from Central State University in Wilberforce, Ohio in Music Education, a Master's of Science in Computing Technology from Barry University, Specialist Degree in Reading from the University of Miami and a Specialist Degree in Educational Leadership from Barry University. Mrs. Rahming has been a Music Teacher with the Miami Dade County Public Schools for thirty years and is currently teaching at Palm Springs Elementary.
Deana's accolades includes selection by the Jubilate Committee to be the Directress of the Gospel Chorale in Barcelona Spain, crowned Miss CSU in 1992 (appearing in the 1992 edition of Ebony magazine), current member of the Miami Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Incorporated, Modern Mason Free & Acceptance Eastern Stars, Noble Lady Zethel 220, the
2016 Women of Worth Award in Music by the Board of Directors of Bethel Temple
Community Development Corporation. She has performed in numerous events throughout
South Florida and Nationally!
Bianca Dickerson Williams Speaks on Racism in Childbirth. The Black Maternal Health Crisis is Real!
(LOS ANGELES) After years of silence, Bianca Dickerson Williams -- an L.A. mother who
suffered catastrophic life-altering injuries at UCLA Medical Center during the delivery of her
second child - - began speaking out about her experience. She traveled to Washington, DC to tell
her story on Capitol Hill and is suing the hospital. Bianca is now discussing the role of racism in
health care and the lack of understanding that all women of color, regardless of their
socioeconomic status, are at risk of abuse and mistreatment in the delivery room.
Learn more about Bianca’s experience in the documentary film
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Leon Lacey Scored 20 Songs and Conducted an All Female Orchestra For Beyonce’s Historic Dubai Concert
Musical genius, composer, orchestra arranger, conductor, music producer, and music editor Leon Lacey scored 20 songs and conducted an all-female orchestra for Beyoncé at her recent exclusive invitation-only concert at the launch of the Atlantis The Royal luxury resort hotel in Dubai in the United Arab Emirates.
Meet The Black Man Minting The Next Class of BLACK MILLIONAIRES! David Anderson Global Financial Strategist
Who Is One Million Black Men For? For any Black man who is serious about building generational wealth. It doesn’t matter if you’re 15 or 85, whether you live in the United States or overseas – this event is designed to give you access to conversations, strategies, and tables not typically made for us.
Register for the April 29 - 30 event here!
It's free www.1millionblackmen.com/free-tickets?fbclid=PAAaadKTXRy77HB_jtr-4f0Xce1C7xWU06bYW6LFAhKXFiTF3kDltu7X6P3xo
The links between Sierra Leone and the Gullah-Geechee people
Amadu Massally is our guest today. He is the CEO and co-founder of Fambul Tiki and he is from Sierra Leone, a country in West Africa, that is bordered on one side by the Atlantic Ocean. It is known for the white-sand beaches lining the Freetown Peninsula. And also as one that has minerals! The main ones being diamonds, gold, bauxite, rutile, limonite, and iron. We are also blessed with rich fauna and flora and have some unique hippopotamuses, over a hundred bird species, and even rare chimpanzees.
But one of the most interesting things about this country is how it helped to shape some parts of the world via the Transatlantic Slave Trade. And the formation of the capital city, Freetown, it is arguable, one of the most fascinating stories out there with regard to the establishment of capital cities, the world over. It is also the only country in Africa that can clearly show a two-way connection with the Gullah-Geechee people of South Carolina and Georgia to date. Sierra Leone has another two-way connection with the Maroons of Jamaica. We will explore some of those connections on these pages. While this is not well-known today, Sierra Leonean has a two-way connection with Trinidad and Tobago. Carriacou, Grenada; and Halifax, NS are also connections to Sierra Leone that Fambul Tik has explored.
Topics:Angela Basset and No Oscar, Drag Queens, Pt 2 Fatherlessness,4 yr old with a gun,Dollar store food,Godless schools,Michael Irvin lawsuit twist
BJ and Shawn go at it again on various topics
Topics: 6 year old who shot teacher won't be charged, Tiger Woods being sued, Running Stop lights, Fatherlessness
Monday March 13th topics
What must be done to 6y old who shot teacher?
MONDAY MARCH 6..We talk Chris Rock, Ja Morant, Racist Texas Tech Coach, Using Wash Cloths, Bill Gate Daughter, Groceries and boiled eggs
Chris Rock responds to Will smith slap a year later
Slective outrage tour
Said Jada cheated on Will...tht hurt him way more than he hurt me....his wife was messing around with his son's friend
he cracked on Meagan markle saying that she did not know that the royal family was that racist...."he said they are the OG's of racism
Ja Morant from the memphis grizzles about to blow his 200 million dollar nba contract
trying to be a thug
caught on his IG live page flashing a gun
nba is doing an investigation....he is suspended for 2 games...some people are calling for him to be suspended the whole year...i am one of them!
if you kick a man out the nba for having an affair...what about flashing a gun?
Do you use wash clothes in the shower...only poor people use wash clothes.....I don't use wash clothes so that means I am not poor like you other blacks
and more topics
20 Minute Morning Show for March 4, 2023
Budweiser is his pastor
Superbug and BJ not taking vaccine
Deon Sanders religious controversy
BJ's take on wigs again
Man is proud not to have an insurance policy
20 MINUTE MORNING SHOW BJ AND SHAWN FEB 28
BJ will not be punked at school
Teachers being disrespected to get a pension
BJ wore cowboy boots to school
Kevin Hart show cancelled
20 Minute morning show 2.27.2023
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Travis P. Jackson, CEO and founder of HBCU Pride Nation, LLC
This episode is a draft and can’t yet be heard by anyone but you.
The Stay Well Community Health Initiative, which brings health-related resources to Black communities across the country, is honoring six Black leaders during Black History Month on behalf of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services We Can Do This COVID-19 Public Education Campaign. Here is the link to the press release. Travis Jackson, one of our honorees, is the CEO and founder of HBCU Pride Nation, LLC. For more than a decade, HBCU Pride Nation has provided a positive social media platform to increase awareness of and enrollment at Historically Black Colleges and Universities across the country. Throughout the pandemic, Travis has used his platform to share his testimony on why he chose to get vaccinated while also encouraging the HBCU community to protect themselves as they resume day-to-day activities and attend events. https://www.hbcupridenation.net/ Dena Vang (She/Her) Public Relations Manager CMRignite 414-644-0229 cmrignite.com
Code Blue Scholarship of Excellence with guest Jabbar Surles
The Rare Breed Motorcycle Club William P. Sweezer, Jr. MD FACS “Code Blue” Scholarship of Excellence has been established in honor of Dr. William P. Sweezer Jr. a dedicated member of Rare Breed MC until his passing. This scholarship is to exemplify the "Spirit of Excellence" that Dr. Sweezer strived daily to accomplish through deeds that impacted families and communities with his message of Service. The recipient of this scholarship has demonstrated through their academic studies, service to their community, perseverance; character and integrity, the true "Spirit of Excellence" that Dr. Sweezer strived for through his works.
The purpose for this scholarship is to provide financial assistance to a graduating high school senior who will be attending an accredited technical/community college or academic college or university. This individual best exemplifies not only academic excellence but also leadership and service to their community.
The Pugh Builders Academy Founder Chris Pugh talks with BJ Murphy about upcoming Seminars
Our mission is to help participants obtain their General Contractors License, as they prepare to develop the skillsets and abilities necessary to become sought after Licensed Contractors. We plan to engage in this by providing a tangible training-based opportunity designed to introduce them to the various process and practices associated with becoming successful Licensed General Contractors. We will also introduce them to the social entrepreneurship principles that are essential in developing healthy communities.
Participants will receive tactical instruction, classroom guidance along with field exposure on the nuances of single-family home construction while learning the established principles gained from over 15+ years of active practice in the field of General Contracting. Participants will be instructed on the steps necessary to obtain a license to practice General Contracting in the states of North Carolina, South Carolina, and Tennessee. Participants will be assisted in creating an Action Plan towards utilizing their General Contractors License and skills gained from attending the Pugh Builders General Contractors Academy to establish a niche in the rewarding career of Custom Home Building. Retirees, Veterans and Entrepreneurs are welcome.
Tonight learn how to get 50K in Business credit guarunteed with Lendio Charlotte 980-324-3064
Attention business owners, make sure you tune in tonight to this webinar on how you can monetize your business with a 100% approval of 50K or more in business credit with Lendio Charlotte. The webinar is tonight, Thursday, November 17th 7 PM eastern.
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Remember Danny Boy who sang the classic hook on Tupac's "I aint mad at ya"? Well he is back and Grammy nominated after 2 decades!
Danny Boy has continuing to create, generate brand awareness, buzz and new equity in the market place. Remember Danny Boy who sang the classic hook on Tupac's I aint mad at ya? Well he is back and Grammy nominated after 2 decades!
Chicago Creed Music Group on August 29th released the hot new single THIS SONG from Legendary R&B Soul Singer, Danny Boy playing on numerous radio stations across the country. On October 8th THIS SONG hit Billboards R&B top 100 charting at #30. Now, THIS SONG is up for consideration for the 2023 Grammys in the category of Best Traditional R&B Performance.
From being Homeless to the Board room.... Ron Clark speaks on battling substance abuse and rising to the top!
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Need a Mental Detox? Valencia Dantzler Business Owner at Detoxtopia
Val Dantzler best known as The Detox Diva, Certified Confidence & Wellness Coach. ✨ She helps women gain clarity with a confident awareness of irresistible attraction, femininity, and power!
Sabra Robinson Owner of Sabra Grace Staffing Agency
We will offer temporary and contract opportunities in various roles such as Project Manager, Project Coordinator, Property Management (Leasing), and roles in the Restaurant Industry.
What’s your mission and strategy?
Our mission is to help fuel change in the community and the individual by connecting the right talent to the right platform at the right time. SGS’ desire is to hire great candidates for businesses that need them.
Our strategy is simple: Better quality. More diversity.
We are located in the NoDa community, Charlotte’s historic arts and entertainment district. Our physical address is 3117 Whiting Avenue, Charlotte, NC 28205.
You may also reach us by calling 844-SABRAGO (722-7246) beginning 3/7/22.
Why is the City of Charlotte Silent on the Beatties Ford Rd Juneteenth Mass Shooting?..Charles Billings the father of Jamaa Cassell speaks
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It's How You Handle It: Life's Journey Guest: Eloise Murphy Purdie & Oglivia Purdie Gibson
“At the age of 90, I am birthing my book baby, ‘It's How You Handle It: Life’s Journey.’ While nurturing the contents of my biography, I walked right into a global Covid-19 pandemic. Many people were rudely awakened to find that diseases inside their bodies made them more vulnerable to contracting the virus. Even worst, it was revealed that African Americans were disproportionately more affected due to centuries of systemic inequities. The disregard for our needs caused many unfavorable health conditions called comorbidities, which integrated with the coronavirus and killed people fast and in large numbers. I was at risk because I had almost every pre-condition. My family history could reveal the patterns that led to this moment, but no in-depth stories had/have been written in the history books that I taught from. Now I know why my mother kept telling me stories of my family history, why I kept telling my children these stories, and why I must share with you,” shared Eloise Purdie passionately.
Eloise is faced with life’s ultimatum; reveal her history and the lessons it holds or risk it being lost to the world forever. In her story, “It’s How You Handle It: Life’s Journey,”Eloise tries her best to live to the fullest expression of herself, like her role model, Oprah Winfrey. Oprah said that she used her media career to say how people, "...experience shame, how we love and how we rage, how we fail, how we retreat, persevere, and how we overcome." This book is notably a narrative of perseverance through savage odds. It details the ironic story of Eloise; a history teacher that lived through some of the darkest moments in history but was never able to contribute her life story to the curriculum.
This work started as a simple labor of love but ended up a brilliant blueprint on how to elevate oneself in spite of any circumstance. The candid details she is able to recall decades later are remarkable and it is a unique blessing that God has granted her to keep these stories in such pristine condition. The story of Eloise pays homage to her family and is likely the story of many African Americans during the early 1900s; as they did what they could to recover from an enormous interruption to their rich history and prestige. Following slavery, many African Americans could have sunk under the weight of all that was stripped from them, as well as, the lack of resources, health, wealth, and education. Those, like Eloise, who were able to overcome the unpalatable atrocities of that time, have important stories of determination, foresight, and strength that are important to share.
At our best, we are all teachers. A true teacher at heart, Eloise's story brings the past to life better than any textbook ever could. The truth matters.
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Dr. Kendell Jasper on COVID's impact on Mental Health in the Black Community
The National "We Can Do This COVID-19 education campaign" and Dr. Jasper are joining forces to speak on COVID's impact on Mental Health in the Black Community.
Kendell G. Jasper, Ph.D.
Owner – Jasper Psychological Services, PLLC
Clinical Director – ARJ, Inc
Kendell Jasper has been a practicing Psychologist for over fifteen years. He
holds his Ph.D. and M.A. in Clinical Psychology from the University of North
Carolina at Greensboro, and received his B.A. in Psychology from the University
of North Carolina at Charlotte.
Professionally, Dr. Jasper’s experience includes Community Mental Health and
Psychiatric Inpatient settings, Sports Psychology, program development and
implementation, training/consulting for various groups that span from community
agency employees to educators to corporate leadership. He has provided
treatment to individuals, families, couples and groups from various rural and
urban populations; substance abuse treatment for adolescents and adults; Anger
Management and Behavior Management Training for children, adolescents,
adults and families, individual athletes/teams.
Dr. Jasper’s most recent endeavors incorporate an ongoing interview series
titled Ebony Mind Body and Soul, public speaking, syndicated radio
appearances, television appearances, embracing the advances in technology
and using the digital age to provide services in the form of tele- therapy. In
addition, Dr. Jasper has provided programming, consultation and intervention
services for companies which include but not limited to; NBA, NFL, Nike,
Essence, TikTok, Harvard University, College of Charleston, United Healthcare
Group, SmartWater, Orleans Parrish School system, and Tulane University.
These platforms have provided an opportunity to provide general healthtips and
strategies for addressing mental health and human behavior to a wider
Neph Best (she/her)
Public Relations Strategist
York County's Bump Roddey on why the Carolina Panthers Practice facility failed, The future of Black people in Rock Hill SC, and will he run for Mayor again?
Rock Hill missed it's chance to become a part of the NFL by failing to follow through on the $225 Million dollars for the practice facility. York county councilman Bump Roddey speaks on this topic and several others.
DeVon Franklin talks about his new Audible Original audio-only memoir, “It Takes A Woman.” Also his new series Kingdom Business on BET starting May 19
Named by Variety as one of the "Top 10 Producers to Watch" and by Oprah as “a different kind of Spiritual Teacher,” DeVon Franklin is a Hollywood Producer and New York Times bestselling author blazing his own unique trail with an unwavering commitment to uplifting the human spirit through entertainment.
DeVon serves as President and CEO of Franklin Entertainment, a dynamic production company in conjunction with Paramount Pictures and CBS TV Studios. He’s the driving force behind some of Hollywood’s most successful inspirational films including BREAKTHROUGH and MIRACLES FROM HEAVEN, as well as the soon to be released movie FLAMIN’ HOT for Disney and KINGDOM BUSINESS television series for BET.
In addition to his work as a producer, DeVon is also the author of multiple bestselling books such as LIVE FREE, THE SUCCESS COMMANDMENTS, THE TRUTH ABOUT MEN and his new Audible Original IT TAKES A WOMAN, which is a deeply personal look into the tragedy that transformed his family’s life forever.
It Takes A Woman - Book Trailer
Meet The Village
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Attorney Keith Smith is running for District Court Judge in Mecklenburg County
Keith Smith has served in the state of North Carolina for over 30 years in various roles associated within the legal community. It was early in my career as a Probation Parole Officer, that I first realized my passion to help others in a way that was both fair and equitable while reinforcing accountability. That same commitment to fair-minded decision-making was later applied to my roles as an Assistant DA and as a Senior Associate Attorney with Mecklenburg County’s Department of Social Services. As an elected District Court Judge, I will adhere to the established rule of law while considering all matters in an impartial manner. I value the work ethic instilled in me by my parents who were of humble beginnings, as they stressed the importance of a strong education, but most importantly, treating people with respect and dignity. The justice system in the United States is an incredible forum and I look forward to applying my legal experience as a dedicated and committed public servant for the state of North Carolina.
Lucille Puckett makes her case to be Mayor of Charlotte in 2022
Lucille Puckett is running for Mayor of Charlotte NC. She has put herself in the Mayors race sine 2013 and she continues her fight to represent the marginalized citizens of the City of Charlotte. She is an passionate advocate to stop youth violence. She is also the leader of Taking Back our H.o.o.d.s
He's Back!! Arthur Griffin is running for a seat on the Charlotte-Mecklenburg County Commission
Currently, he serves on the School Leadership Council of the Renaissance West Community Initiative. He holds life memberships in the Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc., NAACP, Veterans of Foreign Wars, National Association of Black School Educators, Black Political Caucus of Charlotte-Mecklenburg, and Second Ward High School National Alumni Foundation. He serves as a member of the Board of Trustees, Central Piedmont Community College, member of Pi Phi Chapter of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, and member of the Second Ward West Charlotte Men’s Breakfast Club.
Arthur was duly appointed and elected to the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Board of Education. He served as chair of the Curriculum and Instruction Committee, and member of the Facilities and Operations Committee. He served in other Board of Education leadership roles as Vice Chair and Chair of the Board. Nationally, he served on the Executive Committee of the Council of Urban Boards of Education and the Executive Committee of the Council of the Great City Schools. Arthur served on the National Assessment of Education Progress Advisory Committee that established achievement levels for the 1990 NAEP Mathematics Assessment. Arthur served as a guest lecturer at the Harvard University Graduate School of Education and the University of Virginia’s Partnership for Leaders in Education. He served as a resident faculty member of the Broad and Texas Institute for School Board members. Arthur is nationally recognized in public school governance.
Karuna Shinsho's Jazz album, To Love Again has been nominated for the 35TH Wammie Awards
The remaining years of your life must belong to you!
Imagine what the remaing years of your life would be like if you only did things that made you happy. No matter what is was, it was your choice...If you stopped being a go along to get along person would that make you more happy? Ofcourse it would.
1. Are you a yes person?
2.Do you care too much what peole think?
3.Do you want to be free?
Determine today that you will run your own life! "I will not allow another individual to take my place in my own mind. Why wait to be happy? Do it now!
I'm the last person I have to deal with to be FREE!
I'm the last person I have to deal with in order to be free. I'm giving tips on what has made me into the person that is making me free. Freedom from the judgement of others is our biggest impediment. We have to break ourseleves aloose from that gravitational pull to be medocre.
You want to succeed? Then change something!
This episode is a part of our 2022 series on creating our own reality… If you are not succeeding in your life, then you need to change something. And that change will take place when you decide to have enough courage to go against the forces of this world‘s life, that’s been holding you down because you have allowed certain things to happen without a challenge from deep within your own soul… Listen to this episode because it will restore your soul and give you the type of energy and and self motivation to conquer anything that’s in your way… Including your own self
Sharing my writings on being free!! Be in charge of yourself in 2022!
I'm happy again because I don't have a boss! I like waking up and creating my day. I would like for us all to fully develop our vision. I am sharing from some of my writings on being free..
Why did 4.5 Million quit their Jobs? Mother-in law taught me family lesson, Watch the weather! Covid is a plague
I am gonna tell you why people are quitting their jobs. My mother in law refused to be away from us during the holidays and she helped me remember what family is. The weather is a weapon that God uses to get our attention, and the Virus is too!
Antonio Brown is my Hero! Is Omicron in your toilet?
Does Antonio Brown need a meantal health evaluation? Heck no! I think we may need one. He is on to something when he defied Tampa Bay Bucs coach Bruce Ariens. I will give you my take on his defiance. Also are we spreading the virus in our stools?
Inspirational artist Shari releases Holiday classic "Hark"
Shari's quest for worshiping God began at a young age; because, even before she knew what worship was, the spirit had her heart. As a young girl who enjoyed devotional time at church in Baltimore, Maryland, Shari found not only curiosity, but a hunger for a closeness with God. Shari found freedom in the high place of worship that would soon become familiar. It would, and has, become home. Shari served as a Worship Leader under the ministry of Bishop Noel Jones at the City of Refuge Church in Gardena, CA, Resurrection Church, under the ministry of Pastor Joseph Robinson, and All Nations Worship Assembly, under the ministry of Apostle Sherman and Dr. Jaquet Dumas.
Shari has opened for many conferences, performed at concerts with many Gospel Recording artists, and has been blessed to be the featured artist on several recordings, such as Glory to the Highest by Bishop Noel Jones & the City of Refuge Sanctuary Choir, Send the Rain by Kingdom Culture Music, Secret Place by FM2 & Intentional, Jesus I Love You by Brent Jones and recently featured on Seek Your Face with the 4thson project, Volume 1. In addition to her music career, Shari is also the CEO/Founder of Wonderfully Made Academy for Young Women. Shari is a must-see, must- hear, and must-listen-to angel of the Lord. Shari is releasing her solo holiday song, HARK...
HARK by Shari song link: https://youtu.be/We2PCpmrKAM
Shari's Social Media Platforms
YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCr-f03vn_DqMR60mQysxJbQ
For a Zoom, IG Live or over the phone interviews with Shari contact:
kweisi gharreau, firstname.lastname@example.org, 312.217.7246
You predict the future by creating it today...Peter Drucker
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Writer & Director of "3 Days Leave" EW Brooks
The island of Oahu is known for its beaches and tourist attractions, but its buzzing film community isn’t far behind. On the heels of the island’s outstanding, “Ala Moana Boys,” a film by writer Alexander Deedy and directed by Keli’I Grace, a local production company, Eagle Brook Entertainment, will premiere it’s film, “3 Days Leave,” at Pearl Ridge’s Consolidated Theatre on November 18th.
Filmed on island with local talent and crew, this premiere will be a first time reveal to them as well.
“Each character within this project was forced outside of their comfort zones to become characters that didn’t reconcile with their own. It will be our extreme pleasure for them to see how it all played out,” says 3 Days Leave Writer, Producer, Director E.W. Brooks.
“We’re a new presence here on island but we were able to hire 10 crewmembers from the community and to pour into local businesses by utilizing their rentals. This is what it's about for me as a business owner, said Eagle Brook CFO, Anthony Brooks, “that is the magic behind the scenes. That’s what makes it worth it".
Local Female Cinematographer, Jannis Ortegon and Hawaii 50 Actress Judy Nguyen were a part of the cast and crew, just over 50% female. “If we all do our part to tip the scales toward equality in the workplace, maybe we can look up one day and see something different out there,” says the film’s Director.
3 Days Leave takes a hyperbolic look at police violence through a Rambo-centric lens. However, its creators are clear, “Don’t think you know our stance because you’ve seen our art. Our goal was to create a piece that would push the dialogue forward. That is it and that is all,” says Writer E.W. Brooks.
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Try Being Yourself conversation
Vee joined me on this podcast as we talked about vaccinations, and telling the truth as you understand it and not being afraid to speak truth to live as a free person.
Hill Harper’s “The Black Wall Street” Revolution Charlotte Monday May 10th!
Only 20 seconds? Hear what Andrew Brown's Attorney saw on the video!!
Andrew Brown Jr.'s son describes what he saw on police video 05:37
Elizabeth City, North Carolina (CNN)Six days after Andrew Brown Jr. was fatally shot by police, protesters gathered again Monday to call for the release of the body camera footage they hope will answer questions surrounding his death.
Peaceful demonstrations have taken place in Elizabeth City, North Carolina, since Wednesday, the day the 42-year-old Black man was fatally shot by Pasquotank County sheriff's deputies, who according to authorities were attempting to serve him an arrest warrant.
Protesters have called for the release of police bodycam footage, which authorities say they are prevented from making public without a court order. Brown's family was shown footage Monday though the clip was only 20 seconds long, said family attorney Chantel Cherry-Lassiter who was also shown the video.
Syleena Johnson talks about her life on "TV One's Unsung" Sunday April 25th
Syleena Johnson episode airs on Sunday, April 25 at 9:00pm EST/8:00pm CST TV One
Captain Dennis Muhammad Founder of The Peace Keepers Global Initiative speaks on the recent Police involved shootings in America
Men and Women are accepting their responsibility to make their communities a safe and peaceful place to live. Due to serious economical time there has been an increase of gun violence and crime with most of its victims being women and children. The safety of the women, children and elderly in the community must be paramount.
There must be a collective effort from all religious, social, law enforcement and grass root organizations to bring peace to these communities. Peace is the common denominator that allows us to transcend above our religious, political and racial differences.
We all want Peace in our homes, community and in the world. But there is no Peace when there is no justice. We must work hard to establish justice for all regardless of class, greed, or color. Where there is Love and harmony there is Peace of mind. We believe when peace is present, violence is absent. Peace is not just the absence of war or violence, but peace is the absence of conflicts, and all conflicts are not violent.
We all must as Peacekeepers eliminate these conflicts so that we can together to create an environment of peace.
TV One's UNSUNG: Keith Washington talks about his upcoming episode on Sunday night 9pm April 11th
All-new episode of TV One’s original, docu-series' UNSUNG continues this Sunday, April 11. UNSUNG leads the night with Keith Washington at 9 p.m. ET/8C.
UNSUNG: Keith Washington
Singer Keith Washington burst onto the 90s R&B scene with a sensual, smooth style that was undeniable. Keith reveals the trials he overcame to become a star and the struggle to regain his passion and purpose after reaching the lowest depths.
The seven-time NAACP Image Award-winning series UNSUNG continues the season with equally unforgettable stories from a wide array of artists including Mystikal, Syleena Johnson, Bobby V, Lyfe Jennings, and The Jones Girls. UNSUNG, one of the network’s longest-running series’, highlights the careers and explores the personal lives of some of the most talented, versatile, and influential black vocal artists.
UNSUNG is narrated by actor Gary Anthony Williams and is Executive Produced by Arthur Smith and Frank Sinton of A. Smith & Co. Productions. Mark Rowland also serves as Executive Producer. For TV One, Jason Ryan is Executive in Charge of Production; Donyell Kennedy-McCullough is Senior Director of Talent & Casting; and Robyn Arrington Greene is Head of Original Programming and Production.
For more information on UNSUNG, visit TV One's Youtube Channel and check out exclusive, behind-the-scenes content on www.tvone.tv. Viewers can also join the conversation by connecting via social media on TV One's Twitter, Instagram and Facebook (@tvonetv) Be sure to follow UNCENSORED on Facebook and Instagram (@TVOne) using the hashtag #UNSUNG