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WEBS RADIO PODCASTSJun 23, 2021
On Common Ground/ My free Pharmacy explained
Join us as we learn more about the benefits of Myfreepharmacy.com
On Common Ground/The Black Shields Police Association
Black police officers are a critical component of the urban community. Since 1946, The Black Shields Police Association have been engaged with the overall community. They educate the public on the importance of working together to ensure a safe community for everyone. Listen as we join the conversation.
ON Common Ground/The East Cleveland Public Library
The East Cleveland Library does more than provide access to over 63,000 printed materials and over 191,000 e books to the public. They have been a provider of resources that help increase literacy and a hub for people looking to access the internet. In addittion there is an affordable full service print center and an auditorium that hosts speakers and jazz concerts free of charge. Join us as we welcome the library Executive Director, Carlos Latimer.
On Common Ground: Myfreepharmacy.com and Tilman Mcgibboney, a health Insurance advocate
Hopefully you tuned into the podcast on "Living The Blues" with our friends at myfreepharmacy.com . Mr. Mcgibboney is a professional advocate. Helping people navigate through health insurance decisions. Listen to his take on this prescription program.
Living The Blues/Myfreepharmacy.com
Myfreepharmacy.com is for real! We were told about a program that helps provide free medication. We didn't believe it and thought it was a gimmick. We had to go see for ourselves. After spending time with their team and seeing their facility in Akron, Ohio, We're convinced their program will change the game with the cost of medication. This podcast serves as a public service announcement to those who need help getting their medication. If you're tired of spending too much money on your medicine, please listen carefully.
E. B. Smith's Working The Dream/Commitment
Join me as I explore how to take your vision from the paper to the public. This week we will talk about how commitment plays a role.
E. B. Smith/Podium Fools
Podiums have become a platform for fools
E. B. Smith/I learned a lesson from a Jerk
He was rude and completely disrespectful..but I was a fool.
Living The Blues/ A talk with Mr. Ansar Bustamante
Ansar Bustamante has plenty to say about Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. As a young man he traveled with his father, Mr. John Bustamante, who was one of Dr. Kings trusted friends. He spoke of Dr. Kings time in Cleveland, Ohio. He recalls the mission of Civil Rights as this important era made its way through Cleveland. Finally, he highlights the pioneering milestones of his dad in banking, media, business and Cleveland politics.
Living The Blues/A conversation about men's health and traditional jazz with Dr. Lapeyrolerie
Dr. Lap as he is affectionately known, is a skilled Urologist. He also has personal knowledge of rich traditional jazz history and culture. Join us as we have a robust conversation about his passions in traditional jazz and men's health.
Personal Rhythm and Blues: ASPIRATIONS how do we get there?
Living The Blues/ The latest from M. A. Mutawaf Shaheed
Mutawaf Shaheed aka C. E. Shy is a religious leader, public speaker, musician and an accomplished poet. Join "Living The Blues" as he discusses his latest artistic expressions.
Personal Rhythm and Blues/ RELATIONSHIPS, is this mine?
Personal Rhythm and Blues/ Trusting People
Living The Blues/ About The National Caucus & Center on Black Aging, Inc
Senior adult Americans make up a considerable amount of members in our community. This includes where we work, where we shop, where we attend school and of course, in our homes. The Senior Aged community are among the most critical citizens in our country. So when they need help, we should be able to provide it. The National Caucus & Center on Black Aging, Inc. is an agency that is providing the help for the senior aged minorities who are 55 and older. The NCBA serves 8 states and the District of Columbia, including a center in Cleveland, Ohio. "Living The Blues" caught up with the staff on their annual Senior Expo who had plenty to tell us about what they are doing.
Living The Blues/ Mutawaf Shaheed and the state of Black people
Mutawaf Shaheed is a frequent guest on "Living The Blues". An author, and a religious leader that has never been a person to avoid tough subjects. Especially those that get other people in trouble. This time he unleashes a set of critiques and advice for his own. But then again, no one is safe.
Living The Blues: A Dialogue for Justice/Interview of Professor Emmitt Jolly
Associate Professor Emmitt Jolly teaches biology at case Western Reserve University. But most importantly and relevant to now, he has spent his career studying infectious diseases. He is with us to discuss the covid 19 Virus, the vaccine and the reluctance to take it
Living The Blues: A review of the book "On Juneteenth" by Author Annette Gordon-Reed
Author Annette Gordon-Reed's book "On Juneteenth" discusses the issues surrounding the celebration from her view born in Texas, where it all began. Although Juneteenth is now a Federal Holiday, there are still some African American people who are familiar with what the day is all about. A few people from the community read the book and dropped by to share what they thought. Listen as Carol Shaheed, Dr. MaryAnn Harris and Eboni Bogan provide their insight on this short read.
Living The Blues: An interview with Khadijah Adams and her book, "Rewriting Your Mental Script"
Khadijah Adams is a mentor, author, and an entrepreneur. She has a wealth of knowledge from her book entitled, "Rewriting Your Mental Script", concerning how we think and how our "brain" process our own personal achievements. She also will correct what many believe about cannabis and how to invest in this growing industry.
Living The Blues: A Dialogue for Justice/ Interview with Katrice Williams and Ken Brickman
We are joined by Katrice Williams of the Cuyahoga County Office of Reentry and Ken Brickman of the Center for Employment Opportunities. Together they discuss the best paths to helping ex offenders get established.
Living The Blues/A frank talk with Detective Farid A. Alim of the Cleveland Police Department
Detective Farid A. Alim has been in law enforcement for 28 years, most of those years serving in the Cleveland, Ohio Police Department. He is also part of the "Black Shields", a non profit organization made up of African American police officers who work in the community to bridge the gap between the citizens and the police department. He shares his experiences in law enforcement and his philosophy on working in the community.
Living The Blues/ A Review of "Palaces For The People" by Eric Klinenberg
Living The Blues and a host of panel guests review the content of Eric Klinenberg's book "Palaces For The People". In his book, Mr. Klinenberg spells out the loss of community throughout the world. Including the continued social isolation so prevalent in the United States. He explains that it's due in part to bad models of urban development and planning. In this, he notes that "social Infrastructure has been damaged thus creating a world full of people who have lost what it feels like to have relationships with one another.
Living The Blues/The Unbar
When a business opens up surrounding the African American community it is usually a bar, lounge or a beverage store filled with unhealthy snacks, cigarettes and alcohol. The Unbar is a coffee house styled cafe in Cleveland, Ohio that offers a soft and healthy environment for it's patrons. The Unbar has inspiration, their own version of alkaline water, non alcoholic drinks and plenty of nice people.
Living The Blues/Mutawaf Shaheed on racism in Cleveland and the rest of America
Whether you are discussing the riots of Glenville or Hough in Cleveland or the Watts or Rodney King Riots of Los Angeles. The story is pretty much the same. An over zealous police and an angry and frustrated African American Community clashing for an understanding and respect. Although there are numerous books about the same subject including "Ballots and Bullets" by Jim Robenalt, According to Mutawaf Shaheed, it's all of the same problem. He says that racism in America is too economically beneficial for America therefore it will never end. That these events will continue to occur until conditions change.
Living The Blues/Ed Leszynski and the Society of St Vincent dePaul-Cleveland
Ed Leszynski is the Board President of the Society of Saint Vincent dePaul of Cleveland. Ed discusses the work of the historical charity that was once known as, the "Conference of Charity" according to their website. The organization participates right in the middle of the neighborhoods that are in need of the most help. They provide families with meals, clothing, furniture and a kind person to greet them. Serving some 230,000 people yearly. Ed believes he is fulfilling his own personal mission as well as the mission of the organization he serves.
Living The Blues/Kurt Wallace
Kurt Wallace is an author. But he is also a brutally honest African American that want the world to know that he has a lot to say about racial inequality, white privilege, education and pop culture icons. The unique thing about Kurt is he wants you to disagree with him. but with a warning, be prepared to think fast and know what you are talking about. He is very interesting. you will enjoy this interview, We promise.
Living The Blues/Dr. Melvin Steals: Creating The Greatest Songs In America
Mystro and Lyric or Mervin and Melvin Steals created some of the best songs of the soul music era. Their songs have been sampled by A$AP Rocky and Chubb Rock. Melvin Steals drops by Living The Blues to discuss the music business, his and his family life and his time as an experienced educator.
Living The Blues/How to achieve longevity in marriage
Some 50 percent of marriages in the United States end in divorce. Abbas and Eva-Jean Ahmad have been married for 40 years. Listen as they explain what can help your marriage beat the statistics
Living The Blues/The First Cleveland Mosque
According to their website " The First Cleveland Mosque is one of the oldest Muslim institutions in the U.S. Founded in 1937 by Al Hajj Imam Wali Akram, an African American. The First Cleveland Mosque remains a testimony of the powerful attraction that Americans have towards the beliefs and culture of Islam." But we see them as a pillar of the community in the way they treat people in taking care of their needs. From feeding and clothing them to taking care of the neighborhood landscaping, their work helps Cleveland. Listen and learn more as we sit down with the leaders, Imam Abbas Ahmad and his wife, Eva-Jean Ahmad.
E. B. Smith Working The Dream/What distracted you in the pursuit of your dream?
"Working The Dream" explores the experiences in taking your ideals from the basement to the public. The Thunder Roar Team discuss their own personal struggles.
Living The Blues/Dr. Frederick Harris MD
Dr. Frederick Harris MD has worked in Internal Medicine for over 30 years. He describes himself as a "diagnostician" . He believes that he and his team are great at looking at symptoms and diagnosing the medical problem. He is an award winning doctor with a special concentration on diabetes and hypertension. He says "I haven't seen a blood pressure I cound't control". Listen as he gives advice on how to control yours.
Living The Blues/ Russel Atkins poetry and philosophy
Professor Robert McDonough is a celebrated poet, English teacher and an author. He is also the Director of the Cy Dostal Poetry Workshop in Ohio. McDonugh dropped by to discuss his new book about Russel Atkins who is a composer and considered to be an avant-garde poet. McDonough explains Mr. Atkins' unusual use of the English language and his ability to captivate audiences with his unique style and concepts.
Living The Blues/The Preparation of Generation Z: tackling the problems in the community with Nasreen and Asim
Siblings, Nasreen and Asim are not yet 18 and they have learned the power of a great education. Asim discusses what he believes are the fixes to problems in the local community. Nasreen discusses her accomplishments in a national and international intellectual competition and the role her education played in assisting her.
Living The Blues/Truth Speaker speaks
"Truth Speaker" is a rapper from Syracuse, New York. He has given his life to inspiring people to learn the truth about themselves and to have great concerns of the earth such as, climate change and global warming. Through the trauma of temporarily losing his father to incarceration he learned to place his feelings in writing lyrics to hip hop music. Through his "God Father" he learned how to rally youth to get involved with saving the planet. They're all here to share their story please listen.
Living The Blues/ Determined to Reach Your Calling
When you believe you are called to a specific goal, what are you willing to go through to achieve it? Sheikh Haneef Bashir discusses the challenges in pursuing his calling to become a Sheihk. He was not prepared for the challenges he would ultimately face.
Living The Blues/ Dr. Benjamin O. Sperry : Teaching black history
Dr. Benjamin Sperry knows plenty about black history and the struggles of African Americans. His experiences include working as a journalist, a staffer for former President Jimmy Carter and finally a public School teacher. He grew interested in Civil Rights and black history while earning his doctorate at Case Western University. He shares his quest in introducing similar study programs in various colleges and other institutions.
Living The Blues/ Dr. Benjamin O. Sperry: Healing Racial Divide
Dr. Benjamin O. Sperry is a history teacher that has special concentration on black history. He has also taking great interest in educating incarcerated citizens while also blending in other students from more privileged lives. In this, he says he hopes to do his part in helping to heal racial disparities.
Living The Blues/ M A Shaheed discusses the life and music of Alvin Ayler
M A Shaheed discusses the life and music of Alvin Ayler
Living The Blues/Ms. Gloria Ware: What is an entrepenuer?
Ms. Ware discusses what qualifies a person to be an entrepreneur?
Living The Blues/Ms. Gloria Ware the basic principles of success for an entrepenuer
What can a minority entrepreneur do to gravitate toward success?
Living The Blues/Retired Major Brenda Collins experiences in the military
Retired Major Brenda Collins talks about why she enlisted
Living The Blues/Working The Dream - The economic conundrum of Generation Z
E. B. discusses with the host of Living the Blues, Yaseen and guest host Tamir, whats wrong with Generation Z's view of money and the way they spend it.
A review of the book "Citizen An American Lyric"
Listen as we open and discuss the themes of this great award winning American literature by author Claudia Rankine
E. B. Smith Working the Dream/ Are You prepared or equipped?
Before you go on, are you prepared for the unexpected?
Living The Blues: Mutawaf Shaheed/Albert Ayler
Jazz music scene in Cleveland, Ohio in the 1960's
WORKING THE DREAM: Change is required for success
If you are not willing to make changes your business, your career or your life will fail. A few areas of our life or business need a change
LIVING THE BLUES/Blues and Culture: Luther Allison
Luther Allison was an amazing blues artist. Let us celebrate him and his music