Black Agenda Radio – 03.07.16

Welcome, to the radio magazine that brings you news, commentary and analysis from a Black Left perspective with your host Glen Ford and co-host, Nellie Bailey.

– The FBI has issued new guidelines for advising teachers who to look out for in terms of political dissent in the classroom. The FBI’s guidelines are mainly targeted at Muslims, but, according to Michael German, a fellow at the Brennan Center for Justice, the language could also be used to persecute almost any person or group that a teacher did not like or understand.

– In Inglewood, California, community members protested yet another police killing. 31 year-old Kisha Michael, a mother of three sons, and 32 year old Marquintan Sandlin, a father of four daughters, were shot dead by a police SWAT team, apparently while they were asleep in a car. Keith Jackson is an organizer with the Stop Mass Incarceration Network. He assisted the victim’s families in organizing this weekend’s protest.

– Virginia Sewell is the aunt of Kisha Michael, the mother of three who was killed by the Inglewood, California police. Ms. Sewell says the community is outraged.

– Donald Trump has caused sheer panic among establishment Republicans, many of whom claim they’ll leave the party if Trump wins the presidential nomination. But, how should the Black Left view the Trump campaign? We asked Dr. Anthony Monteiro, a member of the Black Radical Organizing Committee, which put together a conference on the Black Radical Tradition, in Philadelphia, back in January. Monteiro says both political parties are in trouble, and Trump’s rise is just a symptom of the crisis.

– This month marks the 15th anniversary of the historic United Nations conference Against Racial Discrimination, Xenomphobia and Related Intolerance, in Durban, South Africa. BAR editor and columnist Ajamu Baraka, a founder of the U.S. Human Rights Network, attended the Durban conference back in 2001. Later this month, Baraka will be in The Netherlands to lead a panel discussion at on the Durban process.


Warrior Connection – 03.06.16

The March 6 edition of Warrior Connection as an extraordinary discussion between Dr Gary Null and Warrior Connection co-hosts Major (retired Army ) Doug Rokke, Ph.D., Major (retired USAF) Denise Nichols, MS, RN, and former USMC grunt / Chaplain / Author Ray Clark about the documentaries on Gulf War illness and homeless veterans that Gary has done. (garynull.com)

Open this show to read Gary Null new articles about “GULF WAR ILLNESS.”


Resistance Radio – Gordon Grigg – 03.06.16

Gordon Grigg enjoyed a career as an academic zoologist who managed to spend a lot of time working in the field. Apart from interests in crocodylians that go back to 1971, he studied thermoregulatory biology of free-ranging echidnas and platypus in Australias high country, and flew aerial surveys of kangaroo populations for nearly 30 years. His PhD came from a study of fish biology at the University of Oregon. He then had 20 years on the academic staff at the University of Sydney followed by 20 years at the University of Queensland where he is now an Emeritus Professor. (A well balanced career!) His primary research interests are in vertebrate zoology, particularly their physiology, ecology and evolution and he has authored or co-authored about 200 peer-reviewed publications, about one quarter of which are on crocodylians. Today we talk about crocodylians.


Expat Files – 03.06.16

-Driving the famous Pan America Highway:

For all listeners who may be contemplating driving a vehicle from the States or Canada to Latin America, today we have a very informative and illustrative description of such a recent trip. This report comes from a stateside listener who made the entire 3000 mile journey just a few months ago: from California to Panama City by way of the Pan American Highway. You might have to hold on to your seat for this one…

-The skinny on pirated gasoline in Latin America:

Yes, it’s all over the place, at up to a 50 cent a gallon less than at the legit “gasolineras”. Is it diluted, altered, or the real McCoy? Where does it come from? The cops buy it all the time… does that mean you should give it a try?

-Breaking news:

There’s a big political and social scandal unfolding in Bolivia involving sex, government back door contracts and Evo Morales. Could politicians in the US get away with that stuff? No problem… just ask Bill and Hillary.


A Just Cause – America Is Leaving Their Veterans Behind – 03.06.16

The host Cliff Stewart, Lisa Stewart and Lamont Banks speaks with Robin Grant, a Marriage & Family Therapist (MFT). Robin has almost 20 years of experience in her field and 6 of those years have been working almost exclusively with military members, veterans, and their families.


Let’s Create A Better World – 03.05.16

Learning to use your natural-born gifts to heal yourself. This is the topic of this show explained by Alex Hermosillo, a renown master energy healer, author, teacher and widely sought after speaker. He is the founder of Master Energy Healing (M.E.H.). Thousands have benefitted from his work. He has assisted people in healing their migraine headaches, backaches, cancer, heart disease, tumors, depression and more.

Hermosillo details his near-death miraculous experience he had during a short time in a high spiritual plane heaven-like atmosphere while his body was being operated on in a hospital emergency room (ER). As a result of this experience, he found himself having acquired the ability to heal people and discusses these methods.

These techniques have helped people to heal virtually all major diseases and he shows people how to use these techniques along with gratitude and meditation so they can heal themselves. Some of the conditions he talks about on this show are heart disease, memory loss, and various types of pain.


A Bowl of Soul – 03.04.16

A Bowl of Soul Broadcast – 03.04.2016

Super Sisters of Soul, Celebrating March is Women’s History Month!

Mary Don’t You Weep – The Caravans, feat Inez Andrews – Gospel – 1958
There’ll Come A Time – Betty Everett – R&B – 1969
Your Good Thing (Is About To End) – Mable John – R&B/Blues – 1966
Looking For The Right Guy – Kim Weston – R&B – 1964
Love Makes A Woman – Barbara Acklin – R&B – 1968
Oh Love, Well We Finally Made It – Love Unlimited – R&B – 1973
He Can Only Hold Her – Amy Winehouse – R&B – 2007
You Know How To Love Me – Phyllis Hyman – R&B – 1979
Steelo – 702 (featuring Missy Elliott) – R&B – 1996
Boogie 2Nite – Tweet – R&B – 2002


The Vinyl Experience – 03.04.16

VE 116 Nonsense Lyrics

Today on the Vinyl Experience:

A whole bunch of songs that speak their own language. And to get the ball rolling, a few that don’t seem to be in a particular language. But somehow–they communicate.

Clark Terry: Mumbles
Sarah Vaughn: Pinky
Pink Floyd: The Great Gig In The Sky
Mike Oldfield: Sheba
Genesis: Naminau
Woody Herman: Lemon Drop
The Chips: Rubber Biscuit
Cab Calloway: Minnie The Moocher
Otis Redding: Fa Fa Fa Fa fa fa fa fa fa (Sad Song)
The Yardbirds: Hothouse Of Omagarashid
David Seville: Witch Doctor
Hanson: MmmBop
Brenton Wood: The Oogum Boogum Song
Sam The Sham & The Pharoahs: Wooly Bully
Outkast: Hey Ya
Beatles: You Know My Name (Look Up The Number)
Crash Test Dummies: Mmmm Mmmm Mmmm Mmmm
Spike Jones: Hawaiian War Chant