Archive for March, 2012

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This is where you can find details about today’s show, #68 on March 25, 2012.

You know, I was bummed by the loss of Derek Fisher from the Lakers a couple of weeks ago, when the story about Trayvon Martin just jumped up and grabbed me and wouldn’t let go. So this week, let’s tackle some questions:

Topics:  Where is George Zimmerman?Have the police lost him?

What is your take on the Hoodie solidarity marches and social media posts?

Have you heard Al Sharpton’s actual speech?

Have you heard the witness say those were Zimmerman’s cries?

Have you heard the 3 witnesses who blame Zimmerman say they were ignored by police?

Did you hear that the New Black Panthers are offering a $10,000 Bounty for Zimmerman dead or alive?

Have you heard that the old Black Panthers disavowed them?

Have you heard the entire remarks by the President on this?

Have you heard Newt Gingrich’s reply?

Have you heard Geraldo blame the hoodies for the murder?

Have you heard what his own son said in response?

Is this killing about race?

Are President Obama’s words a comfort (to Black people) or an offense to the Whites as Newt Gingrich claims?

People from the man on the street to the President of the United States are Talking About Trayvon–calling for justice…and STILL law enforcement does not arrest his killer-George Zimmerman.

Let’s Talk About it! at 10 AM PST (619) 996-1674.

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By the way, Derek Fisher will be fine.  He is now with the OK Thunder, two slots AHEAD of the Lakers.  And the Lakers are having fun with Ramon Sessions and Jordan Hill.  I hope everything works out for the Family of Trayvon Martin, as well as can be expected now that they are facing a loss that can never be filled. R.I.P, lil brother.  This one’s for you.

Isidra Person-Lynn

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Caprice Willard, Fashion Star

Leroy Hamilton--Multitasking at Costco--(March Madness)

A Trayvon Hoodie Original taken from my friend’s Facebook page.

#Justice4Trayvon Rally 3/22/2012 Part 05

Trayvon Martin: Responding Officer’s Report


L.A. Protesters Rally For Trayvon Martin

March 22, 2012 | 9:31 p.m. PDT  Staff Reporter Gracie Zheng


Witnesses in Trayvon Martin death heard cries before shot

Witness: Martin attacked Zimmerman

Keep Trayvon's Parents in Prayer

Trayvon Martin Case in Pictures:  Christian Science Monitor

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Morning Live #67:

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10:00 AM Welcome

10:05 Hannibal Tabu: Tech & Pop It’s Komplicated

10:15  Women’s History Dr. Kwaku

10:25 Cancer Event – Lena Cole-Dennis

10:30 Darlene Donloe Interviews Rahsaan Patterson:  Don’t Touch Me (Child sexual abuse.)

11:20 Isidra Person-Lynn interviews P. Allen Jones:  I Only Cry at Night: Memoir of a Woman with Sickle Cell Disease

Dr. Sota Omoigui, Pain Management Specialist, Sickle Cell Expert


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Prosecute the killer of 17-year-old Trayvon Martin


Noted Sickle Cell Disease Advocate Authors Inspiring Story About
Living With Sickle Cell Disease
This is a riveting story about overcoming poverty, racism, abuse, and pain, all while embracing the lessons they teach.
LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA, October 22, 2011: Millions of people world-wide suffer with some form of disability. Some suffer in silence with a disease that is unrecognized, and often overlooked. This disease is Sickle Cell Disease. A disease of the blood, sickle cell causes many complications to the body and lives of people who suffer with it. Often, leading to disability and death, sickle cell disease impacts their lives physically, emotionally, financially, and socially.
In her new book, I Only Cry at Night, living with Sickle Cell Disease, P. Allen Jones outlines the many obstacles she had to face head-on. She tackles the timely topics of sickle cell disease ignorance, overcoming silence caused by shame, and living in-spite of pain. She brings a voice to the ticking bomb that has ached in her bones since birth. Conveying the message of hope, P. Allen Jones takes the reader to the edge of despair, and then leads them to a place she found called peace.
I Only Cry at Night, living with Sickle Cell Disease, is a testament to living past disease and disability, and being more than what’s expected or allowed.
Through personal anecdotes of her own experience, and clear insight, Jones uses I Only Cry at Night, living with Sickle Cell Disease as a narrative that takes the reader on a journey toward self-acceptance. Living past pain, abuse, discrimination and sickle cell disease, this book is less about her sad story, and more about fulfilling life, achievement in-spite of disability, and making the most of it all.
About P. Allen Jones
Born with sickle cell disease, P. Allen Jones began turning tragedy into triumph at an early age.
Today, she’s recognized as a true advocate for people with sickle cell disease, a writer in Ability Magazine, columnist of Ponder This…in Southern Sierra Messenger Newspaper, author of Ponder Faith…articles in various newspapers, and creator/blogger of Our Voice-the voice of people living with sickle cell diseasewhich is viewed all over the globe.
Contact: For more information on I Only Cry at Night, living with Sickle Cell Disease, or to contact P. Allen Jones for an interview, please visit, email or call (559) 801-7640.

Dr. Sota Omoigui

Patient Expert Blogger Award winner, P. Allen Jones has been a long-time healthcare advocate for people suffering with Sickle Cell Disease. As a health advocate blogger, Jones speaks to millions of people worldwide about the issues that confront people with Sickle Cell disease.
Featured in Ability Magazine(2009), the leading celebrity, health, disability and human potential magazine, Jones’ life was profiled and Sickle Cell Disease finally got the national awareness it deserves.
As a featured writer for the Southern Sierra Messenger newspaper, Jones’ article “Ponder This” offered poignant opinions on current events and politics.
Jones’s articles “Ponder Faith” are featured on the Women’s National Book Association, Visalia Delta, and TulareTimeswebsites.
Educated in California, Jones studied finance, production operations and engineering. This diverse educational background led to a 22 year Federal executive career. Now retired, Jones works with various hospitals and universities to develop patient training and awareness programs for Sickle Cell disease awareness. P. Allen Jones lives in California, married with two children.


Discussing childhood sex abuse was toughest thing for Sugar Ray Leonard

Racist Anti-Obama Sticker Makes Rounds On Facebook

Jason Russell Arrested? Co-Founder Of Invisible Children, ‘Kony 2012’ Creator, Reportedly Detained In San Diego (VIDEO)

Video: Teen witnessed part of Trayvon/Zimmerman Confrontation

AUDIO: 911 Call Released In Trayvon Martin Case – Screams and Shots Heard

Trayvon Martin Case: 911 Audio Released Of Teen Allegedly Shot By Neighborhood Watch Captain (BEST AUDIO)

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(A really buff) Dave Chapelle Freestyling Comedy Part 1, 2 & 3

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Click here to  listen and view this morning’s actual up-to-the-minute schedule. If you are listening on demand, the schedule is subject to change.) The show airs  live at 10 A.M., Sunday, March 11, PST or after noon, also on Sunday, click to listen:  (Live or on demand!)  Are you here early?  Click the link to set your reminder!

This week’s Lineup:

SML’s 66th Lineup, March 11, 2012 (Daylight Saving Time):

10:00  Welcome& What’s Coming Up – Isidra Person-Lynn

Controversy Report: (new)

  1. Kony 2012
  2. Clear Channel KFI Update
  3. Willis Edwards Taping…USC

10:07 Tech & Pop “It’s Komplicated” with Hannibal Tabu,
10:14 Women’s History Month: LaRita Shelby–New Single Mr. President’s Girl.
10:30  Cover Story: Homeless or HIV in Los Angeles? Kengi,
11:15  PLAY:  Did you do Your Homework?  Aaron Braxton, Interviewed by Darlene Donloe Entertainment,
11:35  Profile: LeSkintique, Beauty and Day Spa, Business profile.  Le Skintique,

Sunday Morning Live producer/host Isidra Person-Lynn joined Kengi Karr’s You Tube Channel and ultimately invited him on the show. This week we learn How to be Homeless in Los Angeles.

Read this article about him.  It has links to his blogs and sites.

Photo copyright Kengi 2012

Powerful song about Homelessness by Dietrich Headon:  “I have told you this so you will not give up your faith.” John 15:11.

Don’t miss the Magic Johnson Special today. The documentary titled, “The Announcement,” will premiere on ESPN, Sunday at 6:00 p.m. DST. Click for more information.

Did You Do Your Homework?  An Interview with Darlene Donloe and star Aaron Braxton.  For tickets and info click here.

LaRita Shelby's, Mr. President's Girl

Singer La Rita Shelby has a new single “Mr. President’s Girl”.  Check it out here:

Have you heard of Lewis Hamilton? He is a race car driver. Check him out.

The Beauty of A Woman on this Women’s History Month

Khadja Nin (born June 27, 1959) is a Burundian singer and musician. She was born in Burundi as the youngest of a family of eight. Her father was a diplomat. She studied music at an early age like most of her brothers and sisters. With her exceptional singing voice, at the age of 7 she became one of the lead vocalists in the Bujumbura choir and performed in the local cathedral.

Khadja left Burundi for Zaire in 1975 and got married in 1978. In 1980 she emigrated to Belgium with her two-year-old son. In 1985 she met musician Nicolas Fiszman, who helped her get a contract with BMG. Her second album, a 1994 release entitled Ya Pili, was critically acclaimed. Her breakthrough, however, came in 1996 with her widely popular album Sambolera, which was sung in Swahili, Kirundi, and French. Khadja Nin successfully used a blend between African rhythms and modern pop to create her own unique brand of music. One of her most popular songs is Sina Mali, Sina Deni, a translated cover version of Stevie Wonder’s song Free.

Diversify KFI:  Here is Clear Channel’s First Move to Diversify…Three weeks of Open Auditions.  PLEASE let them accept qualified broadcasters!

March 7, 2012

Clear Channel Los Angeles announces “Diverse LA,” a new three week series of special broadcasts airing every weekday from 9AM to Noon on KTLK AM 1150, starting March 12.

Greg Ashlock, Los Angeles Market Manager said, “These 45 hours of prime programming will feature local hosts and guests discussing a wide variety of issues associated with the spectrum of experience of all Angelenos.” Individual shows will examine issues of special concern to African American, Latino, Asian American and other communities. The Executive Producer of the series is Clear Channel’s Morris O’Kelly, longtime radio producer and political commentator. O’Kelly reports, “This is about Los Angeles hearing voices and viewpoints less often heard while also addressing communities historically underserved. “Diverse LA” will highlight new personalities and newsmakers for the KTLK audience, but more importantly provide a platform for inclusive, substantive dialogue in the public square.”

To be sure the series reaches the widest possible audience, other Clear Channel Los Angeles radio stations will help promote the series and link to it on their websites.

This newest project is part of our ongoing commitment to create unique programming that addresses issues important to our diverse communities. We are already seeking hosts and guests for these shows. We invite community members to contact with ideas and input. According to KFI/KTLK Program Director Robin Bertolucci, “This will be a launching pad for discovering talent for future opportunities. This is a great way to hear potential talk show hosts and guests in a live environment.”


Kengi’s HOMELESS & HIV Resource List:

Call 211.  Has Shelter Lists and info on Cold Weather Shelters

Prepare:  Think about what is important to carry with you (Unless you want to be a bag lady or shopping cart dude)

Contact the good people within the organizations:  like Union Rescue Mission’s Andy Bells, CEO

Ask your Church or Churches who do a lot of Homeless Outreach


DPSS Offers temporary housing

Transitional housing is 14 days and you can only get it once per year.

Good Will

Salvation Army

HIV:  Go to Common Ground (Highly recommended)

Community Corporation in Santa Monica




Homeless Directory – International Index (California – Los Angeles)Homeless Directory

Feedback Welcomed: If you know of a useful resource for people who are at risk of or currently homeless in Los Angeles California and don’t see it listed below, or if you see your organisation listed and wish to update the details or expand on what your organisation offers, please register in the International Homeless Forums and submitt your recomended resource in this thread. We aim to provide the most relevant resources for homeless people in Los Angeles California, not the most extensive. Please help guide this resource towards that goal and support service providers making a difference in Los Angeles California.

Currently Homeless or Formerly Homeless in Los Angeles California?
Chat with people from around the world in the International Homeless Forums.

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Los Angeles Homeless California

211 LA County
Dedicated to providing an easy-to-use, caring, professional source of guidance, advocacy, and 24 hours 7 days per week access to a comprehensive range of human services to the people of Los Angeles County.

Los Angeles Coalition to End Hunger & Homelessness
2500 Wilshire Boulevard, Suite 1155
Los Angeles, California 90057
Telephone: (213) 251-0041

The Peoples’ Guide PDF EnglishPDF Spanish gives practical information about how to get food, money and other help from government programs and community services. You do not have to view the entire site; just find the topic you need in the Table of Contents. The People’s Guide also gives advice on what to do if you are treated unfairly or do not receive what you are entitled to by law. Many barriers block people from needed services and benefits:

  • False rumors and bad advice
  • Real budget and eligibility restrictions
  • Lack of translation services
  • Fear that if you are an immigrant you will be punished later for receiving help you need now
  • Not knowing how to access programs or what the rules are
  • Being made to feel embarrassed or humiliated for asking for assistance
  • Misleading publicity about changes in welfare, so people think programs have ended which are still in place
  • The People’s Guide is dedicated to helping people overcome these barriers since everyone has the right to adequate food, housing and basic medical care. We are all better off when everyone has these necessities of life!

The Los Angeles Homeless Services Authority (LAHSA)
is a Joint Powers Authority established in 1993 as an independent agency by the County and the City of Los Angeles. LAHSA is the lead agency in the Los Angeles Continuum of Care, and coordinates and manages over $70 million dollars annually in Federal, State, County and City funds for programs providing shelter, housing and services to homeless persons in Los Angeles City and County.

It can be tough to get the help your family needs. LACountyHelps is a free and easy way to find out if your family can get help from many different health and human services programs. This website provides convenient, one-stop access to:

  • Program List / Descriptions
  • Contact Information
  • List of items you may need to bring to an eligibility interview
  • Try this website to find out if your family might qualify for helpful benefits. LACountyHelps does not ask who you are and we do not share your information with anyone.

There are 88 cities in LA County. Below is a link to each of these cities websites. To gather information from each of these addresses use the ‘search’ function and enter ‘homeless services’ which will bring you to each cities information.

Check each relevant web address for services in your area.
Link to Los Angeles Cities Website Addresses here

Weingart Center Association
The mission of the Weingart Center Association is to deliver high quality human services and provide leadership and innovative solutions to help break the cycle of homelessness and end poverty. Located in downtown Los Angeles’ Skid Row, the Weingart Center has over 20 years of experience providing programs which enable homeless men and women to achieve self-sufficiency and exit the streets.
566 South San Pedro Street
Los Angeles, CA 90013
213 627-9000 phone

Homeless Health Care Los Angeles
Mission is to improve the health of people through health services, education and advocacy. Includes services, advocacy, training, events, helping and board.

Shelter First
Shelter First serves 5 locations, providing short term and transitional shelter to homeless men, women and children. All facility managers are formerly homeless and provide peer counseling; other staff provide housing, medical care, financial assistance, and job opportunities.
1002 E 7th St, Los Angeles, CA 90021
Phone: 213-622-4972
Contact: Charlene Gowers

Food on Foot
Dedicated to providing the poor and homeless of Los Angeles with nutritious meals, clothing, and assistance in the transition to employment and life off the streets.

Union Rescue Mission
545 S San Pedro St, Los Angeles, CA 90013
(213) 347-6300
Union Rescue Mission dedicated to serving the poor and homeless. Established in 1891, URM is one of the largest rescue missions of its kind in the United States and the oldest in Los Angeles. They provide a comprehensive array of emergency and long-term services to our guests, including: food, shelter, clothing, medical and dental care, recovery programs, transitional housing, legal assistance, education, counseling, and job training to needy men, women, children, and families.

They provide a comprehensive range of programs and services under one roof, whereas many other service providers are able to concentrate on only one type of service. In addition to emergency shelter and food, the Mission provides recovery programs for men, women, and families including Christian-based counseling, education, physical fitness, and job training, and transitional housing. Union Rescue Mission networks and partners with other area service providers to aid those who seek help. In partnership with caring universities, Union Rescue Mission is home to critically needed services for the homeless and desperately poor

The Los Angeles Mission
is a nonprofit organization serving the homeless living on the streets of downtown’s Skid Row. Faithfully, for more than 70 years, we have saved many lives and have had a profound impact on thousands of others by providing compassionate, humanitarian services to those in desperate need.

Downtown Women’s Center
The mission of the Downtown Women’s Center is to provide permanent supportive housing and a safe and healthy community fostering dignity, respect, and personal stability, and to advocate ending homelessness for women.

Founded in 1978, the Downtown Women’s Center (DWC) is a nationally recognized nonprofit organization that provides 40,000 meals, 45 permanent supportive housing apartments, and a wide array of health, education, and other supportive services to more than 2000 homeless and very low-income women each year. The Center meets our mission by offering a warm, friendly atmosphere that encourages homeless women to commit to their own betterment and healing process. Our supportive community and much-needed resources allow homeless women to reconnect with their sense of self, reclaim goals lost in the day-to-day struggle for survival on the streets, and move toward self-sufficiency. In the local Skid Row community, the Downtown Women’s Center is the only resource that is exclusively for and singularly dedicated to serving the unique needs of this population.

DWC is committed to providing every individual woman with the personal support she needs in order to acknowledge her self-worth and dignity. Each woman is cared for and treated with a high level of respect. The Center is nationally recognized as a prototype for unique and effective programs serving homeless women. Established in 1978, DWC operates out of two beautifully renovated, adjoining buildings located at 325 S. Los Angeles Street:

The Day Center – meals and a wide array of resources for homeless women on a drop-in basis, and
The Residence – 45 single unit apartments providing permanent, affordable, supportive housing to formerly homeless women.

In addition to providing a safe, supportive environment and nutritious meals on a daily basis, DWC offers a wide range of programs and services, including case management, healthcare, literacy, and arts workshops.


Shelter For The Homeless
Providing over 40 shelters including emergency, transitional, and permanent housing, in Orange County, Riverside, San Bernardino, and Los Angeles.

Hurting & Hungry Project-Rosie Mae Jack Son
1310 South Street Andrews Place, Los Angeles, CA 90019
(323) 733-9022

Homeless Services Residential Care of America
2307 West 6th Street, Los Angeles, CA 90057
(213) 386-9001

Homeless Services TMC Management LLC
10124 South Broadway, Los Angeles, CA 90003
(323) 777-7783

Hurting & Hungry Project-Rosie Mae Jack Son
1310 South Street Andrews Place Los Angeles, CA 90019
(323) 733-9022

Sunshine Mission For Women
2600 South Hoover Street Los Angeles, CA 90007
(213) 747-7419

Watts Arms 2
1724 East Century Boulevard Los Angeles, CA 90002
(323) 569-2809

Union Rescue Mission
545 S. San Pedro Street, Los Angeles, CA 90013
Phone: (213)347-6300

U. S. Mission – Hudson House
1154 N. Western Avenue, Hollywood, CA 90029-1051
Phone: (213)465-0247

Valley Shelter
7843 Lankershim Blvd, North Hollywood, CA 91605
Phone: (818)982-4091

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