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SML 23: April 10, 2011  90 Minutes/ Open Phones

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This Sunday’s Show Schedule:

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10:00 Intro

News with Thandisizwe Chimurenga–Part 2 Malcolm X: A Life of Reinvention, by the late Dr. Manning Marable

Barbara Morrison: Barbara Morrison Performing Arts Center

www.barbaramorrison.com

10:30 Dr. Ronn Elmore–The Relationship Doctor.  Find out how you can get his latest e-Book free!

11:oo Entertainment:  Darlene Donloe interviews two of the cast members of “The Bluest Eye.”! Plus she appeared on the TheFamily Crews and saw Living Right.

11:15 Darlene Donloe’s Entertainment Report:  Interview:  The Bluest Eye cast members Willie MaDaniels and Tekquirre Spencer.

12:00 Sign Off/Thanks you!Wrap!

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Dr. Ronn Elmore--The Relationship Doctor

Dr. Ronn Elmore:

Get Dr. Ronn’s latest e-Book Free here:

http://findingsoulmatesuccess.com/

Dr. Ronn Elmore

Ronn Elmore, Psy.d is a relationship therapist, ordained minister, and author of the national best-seller How to Love a Black Man (Time-Warner Books, 1996), its sequel, How to Love a Black Woman (Time-Warner, 1998) and An Outrageous Commitment: The 48 Vows of an Indestructible Marriage (HarperCollins, 2003).

He holds a B.A. in Public Relations and Journalism from Antioch University (1981), an M.A. degree from Fuller Seminary with concentrations in both Theology and Marriage and Family Counseling (1989) and a Doctorate in Clinical Psychology from Ryokan College (1992).

Dr. Elmore has done considerable research into the dynamics of interpersonal relationships and for several years maintained a Los Angeles area counseling practice specializing in short-term, goal-oriented marital therapy.

Much sought after as a conference and seminar speaker, Dr. Elmore pDr Ronn Elmore Laughingresents before countless thousands of people each year in the U.S. and abroad. He was a featured speaker at T.D. Jakes’ God’s Leading Ladies National Conference Tour. Elsewhere on the lecture circuit he has shared the bill with notables such as Maya Angelou, Oprah Winfrey, Iyanla Vanzant, Tavis Smiley, Suze Orman, Paula White and others.

Formerly a professional actor and dancer with international stage and screen credits, Dr. Elmore now frequently appears on network and cable television talk shows including BET’s 0h Drama! and the syndicated Men Are From Mars, Women Are From Venus and recently wrapped the Paramount Television pilot of Ladies’ Home Journal’s Can This Marriage Be Saved? ; and has provided on-air commentary for Fox Reality Network and for the BBC.

Dr Ronn ElmoreKnown as ‘The Relationship Dr.”, Elmore has emerged as one of America’s most popular media experts on love, marriage and family due to literally hundreds of radio appearances in every major market across the country. In addition, his balanced, always-insightful views have been featured in major publications like Newsweek, Ebony, JET, USA Today and Family Digest. He has been a featured columnist for Gospel Today and BET Weekend magazines, and is a contributing writer for Essence.

A tireless advocate for the urban poor, Dr. Elmore founded Kingdom Shelter, an innovative transitional housing program for homeless men in Los Angeles, The Encouragers, an affordable, community counseling center and Project: MISTER, an award-winning program which places committed men in public school classrooms as learning partners to a predominately father-absent student population.

He was an inaugural recipient of the prestigious Chrysalis Award, presented by the Minority AIDS Project and was an executive board member of the acclaimed One Church, One Child adoptions initiative, is a charter member of the American Association of Christian Counselors and former board member of AIDS Project L.A.

Dr. Elmore and his wife Aladrian, reside in Northern California and are the parents of three.  For more visit http://www.DrRonn.com

Barbara Morrison

View the video: http://youtu.be/Pew6CdY5QeI

Barbara Morrison: Barbara Morrison Performing Arts Center

www.barbaramorrison.com

Thandisizwe Chimurenga

Back by popular demand: Thandisizwe Chimurenga, journalist www.Thandisizwe.net.

The long-awaited Malcolm X book is  by Dr. Manning Marable is now out.

Both of us have perused it and we will finish our discussion started last week.

Don’t have the book?

Read or listen to the New York Times

Darlene Donloe with Dorian Missick of Mooz-Lum

You know she keeps it real.  She interviews Willie MacDaniel and Tekquirre Spencer of “The Bluest Eye” a play which runs through most of April.

Details: Play Info

 

Willie Mac Daniels as "Cholly"

WILLIE MACK DANIELS as Cholly

Willie Mack Daniels is a graduate of the LACC Theatre Academy’s Professional Actor Training
Program, Florida State University and the University of Southern California. In 2009, he was
given the great opportunity to play Paul in Six Degrees of Separation with the Kentwood Players
at the Westchester Playhouse. Willie’s other theatre credits include: Macbeth, The Basic
Training of Pavlo Hummel, A Piece of My Heart, National Pastime and Landscape of the Body.
This past year he made his debut as Detective Harrington in the feature film “Justify” and was
most recently seen as Dr. Peter Lucious in the action short “Omission” directed by Justin Bellow.  As a screenwriter Willie has been the recipient of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and  Sciences Foundation Fellowship, Film Independent’s Project Involve Program Fellowship, the Prague Summer Writer’s Program and is an alumnus of the Guy Alexander Hanks/Marvin Miller Screenwriting program sponsored by Dr. Bill and Camille Cosby.

 

Tekquirre Spencer as "Claudia"

TEKQUIREE SPENCER as Claudia

Tekquiree Spencer was born and raised in the San Francisco Bay Area. Growing up, she spent
all of her time dancing, acting, writing plays and putting on shows for her family and friends. She received her B.A. in Mass Media Arts with a concentration in Film from Clark Atlanta University
and went on to work on such shows as Unsung, Dancing with the Stars, Celebrity Rap Superstar, and Keyshia Cole: The Way It Is among others.  Tekquiree has starred in several plays and is very excited to be back for the second run of The Bluest Eye as Claudia.  Buy tickets here.

Dr. Kwaku Person-Lynn, Candid Moments

Dr. Kwaku Person-Lynn

(www.DrKwaku.com) presents Candid Moments.

Link to Dr. Kwaku’s Class info

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News Stories I Found Interesting

All the headlines of The Griot Read Site

Stories from Trump and his “birther” fixation, Bill Cosby’s Response, Effects of Govt shutdown, Education program ends revolving door for Ex-cons.


Manning Marable book revisits assassination of Malcolm X, names alleged triggerman

By Krissah Thompson, CNN World:Sunday, April 3, 7:27 PM Read Story

Master storyteller M.K. Asante keeps it real in the classroom

From Amanda Sealy, CNN
April 5, 2011 7:10 a.m. EDT

From Chris Cathcart: It ain’t the money:

What’s really holding up the budget deal

Posted at 04:10 PM ET, 04/07/2011
By Ezra Klein Read Story

Thank yous!

Thanks to Barbara Morrison–don’t forget the link to the video is on http://www.SundayMorningLive.net, Dr. Ronn Elmore, Caller from 323, Thandisizwe Chimurenga, Dr. Kwaku for, The cast of The Buest Eye– Willie MacDaniels and Tekquirre Spencer–interviewed by Darlene Donloe.The details about the play are on this blog. And thanks The Kelley Nicole (www.theKelleyNicole.com). We uploaded her brief interview to our auxiliary blog: www.RisingSons.tumblr.com.

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