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Isidra Person-Lynn



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We have been busy since we left the Blog Talk Radio world (We’ll be back!) for Video.  Here is the link to our channel.

You will notice the first video (already posted here below) but for some reason when we tried to post the others, WordPress wasn’t recognizing the links! When you get there, scroll on down and we are sure you will find something of interest.

We are busy working on a number of video projects, stories, photo shoots, interviews, children’s book etc.  But our services–including our mobile studio are  for hire, or we can turn you on to the best in the business for larger projects which we will happily coordinate for you.


Isidra Person-Lynn at isidrapersonlynn (at) gmail (dot) com.

Most agree that Compton is sitting on a powder keg with the recent attacks on an African American family by Latino gang members. Latino and Black activists are working feverishly to avoid escalation of this volatile situation. In this interview, Isidra Person-Lynn interviews a colleague who is definitely in the know. Listen and find out why.

Hello all!  We have switched Sunday Morning Live’s broadcast efforts to our YouTube Channel “My World Podcast.”  While we are building that site’s identity we are rebuilding House of the Rising Sons Media.  We have immediate openings for roster members.  If you need PR, Video Production, New Media Outreach Voice Over, Language Arts Instruction and more, contact Isidra Person-Lynn at about our competitive prices.  Thank you!

This Sunday, from 10 a.m. til Noon we will broadcast our 100th and final Sunday Morning Live from Derrick’s Jamaican Cuisine, 6806 La Tijera Blvd. in Los Angeles. (Near La Cienega and Centinela.)At this Meet-up will be Darlene Donloe, Dr. Kwaku Person-Lynn, (I hope) Hannibal Tabu and Atty. Jaaye Person-Lynn. If you support Derrick’s with at least a $4.99 breakfast, we will talk briefly on air. First come, first served!

We present a 10 minute recap of the swearing-in of Supervisor Mark Ridley Thomas and a talk with Dr. Elaine Batchlor, CEO of the new Martin Luther King Hospital.  View the photos by Leroy Hamilton from the event here:

Giveaways:  Holiday Magic Tickets, thanks to Barbara Lindsey and Kathy Williamson. See flyer below!

Heritage 2013 Appointment Book, Small and Large size

Kelsey’s Lessons on Africa Coloring Book, Vol. 1, Ray Wilson  To order:

NOTE: We will go dark until mid January (after Dr. King’s Birthday) so send us your email address to

To Listen:

To listen to the show click the play arrow above or call in at (619)996-1674 but do not press 1 so you can listen. Or listen to it on demand at your convenience.

Thank you for coming to Derrick’s Jamaican. 

Feel free to donate to this volunteer effort! We do it for you!

As we approach 100 episodes and a possible last show ever, we ask you to donate to our volunteer efforts to interview the moves and shakers locally and around the world.Our hosts bring you Entertainment, tech, history, politics and more. Your donations of $10 to $50.00 is much appreciated!


Third Thurs. 12-10-12

There were some highs over our two years of weekly shows and we would like to share with you.We thank our hosts Dr. Kwaku Person-Lynn, Darlene Donloe, Hannibal Tabu and great periodic support was Atty. Jaaye Person-Lynn, Jasmyne Cannick and Sybil McMiller.  Special thanks to Lena Cole Dennis and Stephana Metoyer, and supporters Derricks Jamaican Cuisine, Donna Madden and Deloris Holt.


Ever tuned in?  Pre-record your thoughts anytime at (213) 814-3511.

Set your reminder to listen here.

Then for our 100th Show meet us at Derrick’s Jamaican Cuisine anytime from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.  We’ll have 3 events in one: 100th Episode celebration, Sunday Morning Live Wrap and Launch Party plus a Cash Mob for Derrick’s Jamaican Cuisine to support his $4.99 breakfasts. For details about the location and more visit

Anyone who supports Derrick will have chance to go on air and promote or give a SML shoutout!

Please get location details from:

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SML 98 Three Shows Left

10:00 a.m. Celebrating 30 Years of Jaaye Person-Lynn

10:20 Darlene Donloe’s Entertainment features an interview with Goapele and we can’t wait!

10:40 Switch Reels! This week on Sunday Morning Live, we will interview Brad Pye, Jr., the dean of black sports in Los Angeles in print and on radio. He talks about having gone to see all of Muhammad Ali’s fights, even in Zaire in Africa, his 6 years working with the late Supervisor Kenneth Hahn, people who have rescued him and his upcoming book! You can still read his Sports Beat in the Inland Valley News.

11:40 Short Takes

Have A Healthy Thanksgiving, Everybody!