05/22//2011

Written by Isidra Person-Lynn

Leave a comment

SML 28: May 22, 2011  120 Minutes/ Open Phones

Call-in number: (619) 996-1674

Gotta run?  You can listen on your smart phone  by navigating to the URL below, or you can simply listen by phone at (619) 996-1674.  If you want to talk on the air, press “1″ once you are connected.

Or,  join us in the CHAT room! (Click “Chat now” on the show page or scroll down on the show page.)

Push play

TO LISTEN NOW, CLICK:

http://www.blogtalkradio.com/sundaymorning-live

(Click the link, press play on the player on the right and TURN UP YOUR SPEAKERS!)

Missed it? You’re in luck! Just click that same link above and click the play arrow on the player (top right on the show page) and you can hear the show’s repeat whenever you choose. You can also fast forward with the arrows of your keyboard.

This Sunday’s Show Schedule:

(If you are watching the rebroadcast, estimate the time, based on what was submitted.)

SHOW LINE UP

10 a.m.: Welcome:  We’re Still Here!

10:05  Isidra Gadget’s Technology Tips- Open Phones

DeVon Franklin’s Inspiration

Kareem Grimes‘ Net Noire

BrittiCares: More Reactions  The Carter Brothers and Phillip Shields.

 Juan and John–a recap (Darlene Donloe, Entertainment will review next week)

 True Life–WHS 10 years later

Light Rail

10:30 Mary White Nicholson, Founder of Healings in Motions Discusses Stroke Awareness Day

11:00 Candid Moments with Dr. Kwaku Person-Lynn–A Clip from Malcolm X/BH4YP June 18-July 30 Six Saturdays at Leimert Blvd and 43rd Place, Kaos Studios.

11:20 Stay tuned to hear the interview with Dr. Charles Alexander, who will be awarded $25,000 for his work giving access to students of color who pursue health careers.

11:55 Recap/Thank yous!/It’s a Wrap!

12:00 Sign Off

All times are approximate and posted so listeners can fast forward to a specific segment.

Sunday Morning Live is a 2 hour current events program which airs weekly at 10 AM PST.

More on Our Guests:

Dr. Charles Alexander, Provost UCLA

Dr. Charles Alexander

Recipient of a $25,000 award for his work with getting students into health careers.

The California Wellness Foundation (TCWF) will honor an astounding higher education leader, Dr. Charles J. Alexander of the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA), at its ninth annual “Champions of Health Professions Diversity Award” ceremony in Los Angeles.

Dr. Charles Alexander is being recognized for his efforts to mentor and support disadvantaged students preparing for health careers.  He’s currently the Provost and director of the Academic Advancement Program (AAP) at UCLA. AAP supports students from educationally disadvantaged backgrounds, including first-generation college students and students from low-income families and underrepresented populations.  For more information about the dinner visit: http://www.calwellness.org

To learn more about Dr. Alexander and the award, visit   http://calwellness.org/leadership_recognition/champions_award/2011/

Stroke Awareness Day

About the Healings in  Motion Founder: Mary Ann Nicholson

Mary Ann Nicholson is a twenty-five year veteran in Television and Radio Broadcasting. She has worked in broadcasting in many positions including production, sales, management and
ownership.

Ms. Nicholson served on many boards throughout her career. She was especially pleased at the work that was accomplished while serving over 13 years as a member of the Board of Directors for Abilitys First , an agency that serves people with special needs through-out Southern California. Little did she know that this experience would prepare her for this phase of her life.

After being married just over one year, Ms. Nicholson experienced a personal painful journey of care giving. She became a care-giver to her husband as he suffered an incurable cancer.

In her efforts to support and aid her husband, Ms. Nicholson searched for information available about the disease and possible treatment She and her husband did attend a spiritual health retreat in Tennessee for one month and that journey helped extend the life of her husband. However, the severity of his condition prevailed. Ms. Nicholsons exhaustive efforts finally led to a possible treatment at the M.D. Anderson Medical Cancer Center, but it was too late. Her husband succumbed to the pancreatic cancer the following day. Durring the time that she was mourning her loss,she suffered a brain aneurysm, including an acute sub-arachnoid bleed and also a stroke . Subsequently she had a Grand Mal seizure and a frozen shoulder for one year. She became a child again much to her dismay.

She endured having to re-learn skills that we all take for granted, including walking and talking. Attempting to clap was a painful effort for her. Over time and a lot of diligent work, Ms. Nicholson eventually started driving her car. She studied very hard to earn her drivers license again, attaining a score of 100 on the written test during a thorough one- on- one obstacle course DMV demands of people with severe brain damage.

Paying it Forward
Having joined a stroke support group in Stockton, California, she met a member, who was 50 years old at the time. He had suffered a stroke 25 years prior. He had also been driving without a license for over 20 years. She worked with him each week and arranged an appointment with the Department of Vehicles for him to take his test. He passed the examination and driving test and is now driving legally.

Mrs. Nicholson found that as she helped others, she too healed with her cognitive skills, her ability to recall information as well as overcoming many other obstacles. Using the Pay it Forward model, Mrs. Nicholson continues to heal as she works to support others with disabilities. She works to sensitize Americans to people who have special needs. In doing so , people are encouraged to move beyond their disabilities.

Isidra Gadget– TechnologyTips: 

What is my personalized upload email address to post on Facebook?
This is an answer to a question from Allie K. Send your questions to info@sundyamorninglive.net

Your personalized uploads email address can be used to upload photos or videos to your account from a computer or mobile phone. To see what your personalized upload email is, be sure you are logged into your account, then go to Account Settings (TOP RIGHT), then click the Facebook Mobile page.

Alternatively, you can take the following steps:
1.    On the computer, go to the Publisher (status box) located at the top of your Wall and click the Photos button next to “Attach.”
2.    Select “Upload a Photo.”
3.    Click the “upload via email” link.

The email subject will be used as the caption of your photo or video, or your updated status if your email contains no photo or video. Note that photos and videos uploaded via email are visible to everyone by default, but you can change the privacy setting of any photo album by going to your Photos page and clicking “Album Privacy.”

Use an upload email to post status updates or send photos and videos straight to your Page. The upload email for your Page is: xxxx@m.facebook.com
NOTE:

•    This is a secret email just for your Page – don’t share it with anyone except other admins of this Page.
•    The email subject will be used as the caption of your photo or video if your email contains photo or video.
•    The email subject will be used as your updated status if your email contains no photo or video.
•    Save your upload email as a contact for easy access.
•    Anytime you want, refresh your upload email.

Use an upload email to post status updates or send photos and videos straight to your Page.

Are Cell Phones Causing Brain Cancer?

All week there have been broadcasts about cell phone safety.  Most agree not to keep your phone near your hear and to use your earpiece—not the blue tooth–but the ear piece to keep distance between you and any rays.  Click here for more

News

Final Vote Thursday, May 26, 2011 at Metro For a Station in Leimert Park at Vernon and Undergrounding the Line Through Park Mesa Heights
“Leimert Park is a cultural icon.
Not just for the African-American Community…
but for the entire City of Los Angeles.”
– Tunua Thrash, executive director of the West Angeles Community Development Corporation
Public participation in the process is of paramount importance. The 13-member Metro board will decide this issue at the monthly meeting. Your presence is needed in support at this critical final meeting.
Please download the organizing kit and petition at our website.
Thursday, May 26, 2011
Metro Full Board Meeting
9:00 AM
Metro Board Room, 3rd Floor
One Gateway Plaza
Los Angeles, CA 90012-2952
Please note transportation is available.RSVP to Melissa Hernandez at 213-974-2222 or MIHernandez@bos.lacounty.gov.
If you are unable to attend but would like to voice your opinion, e-mail your comments for the record to Michele Jackson, Metro Board Secretary, at JacksonM@metro.net.Links:

Why Prince deserves props

for his political activism

By Monique W. Morris

9:04 AM on 05/20/2011

http://www.thegrio.com/entertainment/why-prince-deserves-props-for-his-political-activism.php

Herman Cain enters 2012

presidential race

By theGrio

10:13 AM on 05/21/2011

ATLANTA (AP) — Herman Cain has run a pizza chain, hosted a talk radio show and sparred with Bill Clinton over health care. He’s never held elected office.

Now Cain, a favorite of the ultraconservative tea party movement, wants to be president.  Read More

News Sources

http://www.thegrio.com/

Other Links:

For parents with straight hair dealing with black girls’ hair that is a different texture:

http://www.chocolatehairvanillacare.com/search/label/beginning%20hair%20care
This blogger linked to this site:
Can you tell a person’s race by looking?  try it!

http://www.pbs.org/race/002_SortingPeople/002_00-home.htm

The Virtuous Woman Comparison Table

http://www.middletownbiblechurch.org/homefam/prov31.htm

Jarim Person-Lynn's Leading a Financial Revolution

For more information or to order, visit www.BrassKnuckleFinance.com.

Juan and John by Roger Guenvere Smith  Order tickets: HERE

Roger Guenvere Smith and Dodger Great Sweet Lou Johnson

Walking and Talking in L.A.:  This time–Manhattan Beach!

Advertisements