Archive for May, 2012


Africa Day!

Saxophonist Jeanette Harris

Mark S. Luckie, Social Media Director Washington Post

WHS Alums revisit campus to tell the Class of 2012 what life is like 10 years out of high school.

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We will be on air the 10 A.M. as usual for the 76th episode of Sunday Morning Live.

MORNING SCHEDULE

10 a.m. Welcome

10:05 a.m. Black History 4 Young People

10:15 a.m.:  It’s Komplicated:  Hannibal Tabu http://www.Komplicated.com

10:25 Darlene Donloe interviews saxophonist Jeannette Harris

10:40 Cover Story: Atty. Jaaye Person-Lynn–co-creator of 10 Years Later:  WHS True Life.  Graduates return to WHS to share with them life experiences.

11:00  Mark Luckie, the Digital Media Director for the Washington Post (Not even 30, you guys!) talks tech.

11:50 Extras:  We’ll have some audio from Africa Day,  raw True Life

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Africa Day:

Los Angeles, CA— Elected officials, civic, business, and community leaders will join the South African Consul General the Hon.Cyril Sibusiso Ndaba and the Los Angeles

Tara Wall Joins Romney as Senior African American

Tara Wall, a former newscaster, Republican National Committee senior adviser, George W. Bush appointee, conservative columnist and deputy editorial page editor for the Washington Times, was hired recently as a senior communications adviser to the Mitt Romney campaign to handle outreach to African Americans, Nia-Malika Henderson and Philip Rucker reported Thursday for the Washington Post.

“Mitt Romney’s campaign team has been quietly laying plans for an outreach effort to President Obama’s most loyal supporters — black voters — not just to chip away at the huge Democratic margins but also as a way to reassure independent swing voters that Romney can be inclusive and tolerant in his thinking and approach,” they wrote.

Henderson and Rucker described Wall as the most senior African American on Romney’s team, reporting that she “spent this week meeting with other top advisers crafting an outreach plan.”

They quoted Wall: “From a messaging standpoint, we need to be able to communicate and relate to these communities about how they are being impacted by Obama’s policies. It’s the right thing to do, and it’s an important part of the process. It’s not a ploy, it’s not a tactic, it’s part of who we are. We have to show up.”

According to a bio, Wall “joined the RNC in May 2004 after spending 13 years as a news reporter, anchor and host for local ABC, NBC and CBS affiliates in Michigan.

“Wall created, executive produced and hosted a talk show for the CBS affiliate in Detroit called ‘Street Beat,’ a weekly, half-hour political affairs program featuring top lawmakers, political, community and business leaders. As a reporter, Wall produced numerous investigative, series and documentary pieces. She was first to uncover and exclusively report the infamous ‘Mayor’s Memo’ story that involved Detroit mayor Kwame Kilpatrick and governor-elect Jennifer Granholm in 2002.”

Arelettia Jones, Founder of Pacoima Peeps

Jasmyne Cannick

Pacoima Peeps T-Shirt

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10:00 am Intro

10:10  Tech and Pop “It’s Komplicated” with Hannibal Tabu (He is updating us on the passings of Donna Summer and Chuck Brown  www.komplicated.com

10:25 Starting a Facebook Group with Arelettia Jones who founded Pacoima Peeps!

10:40  Darlene Donloe’s Entertainment Features Actress Patrice Fisher

10:50 Candid Moments Dr Kwaku brings us Nai’im Akbar

11:00 Crisis PR with Jasmyne Cannick)
Trayvon Martin Update
Is Pres. Obama’s stance on Gay marriage hurting his reelection bid?
Interviews with Betty Pleasant
Skyy Fisher
Damien WIlliams
Mitrice Richardson Update

12: 00:  Close

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It’s a magazine so we are also talking about

Times subject to change!

10:00 am Intro

10:10  Tech and Pop “It’s Komplicated” with Hannibal Tabu (He is updating us on the passings of Donna Summer and Chuck Brown

10:25 Starting a Facebook Group with Arelettia Jones

10:40  Darlene Donloe’s Entertainment Features Actress Patrice Fisher

10:50 Candid Moments Dr Kwaku brings us Nai’im Akbar

11:00 Crisis PR with Jasmyne Cannick)
Trayvon Martin Update
Is Pres. Obama’s stance on Gay marriage hurting his reelection bid?
Interviews with Betty Pleasant
Skyy Fisher
Damien WIlliams
Mitrice Richardson Update

12: 00:  Close

ASSORTED LINKS MENTIONED ON THE SHOW:

KCET Full piece:
Jasmyne: Outtakes:  Says Who?  So Cal Connected  Prof. Mignon Moore, Congreswoman Maxine Waters, Jasmyne Cannick and Nevin Powell

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aJCzy1Mny54&feature=plcp

Damien FootBall Williams

http://soundcloud.com/jasmynec/damien

Trayvon Martin New Evidence--Axiom Amnesia.com
http://axiomamnesia.com/2012/05/19/trayvon-case-evidence-zimmerman-gunshot-residue-gun-multiple-dna-contributers/

http://www.washingtonpost.com/national/trayvon-martin-case-911-call-two-experts-reach-two-much-different-conclusions/2012/05/19/gIQAtuapbU_story_2.html

For the Betty Pleasant about Anthony Dunn interview by Jasmyne Cannick

www.dominiquediprima.com
http://www.renwl.org/on-eddie-long-black-gay-bloggers-been-warning-dumb-straight-black-folks-for-years/8388/

Tech Tip
How to Turn Your MP3’s into Audio Books
by Stever Robbins
I often download MP3s of lectures, teleclasses, podcasts, and so on. These range in topics from personal productivity, to marketing, to psychology, to business, to education. If you like learning, two sites to check out are TED talks and the Long Now foundation.
I can often listen faster than the narrator talks, though. Furthermore, I like to be able to back up 30 seconds to listen again to an important point. iPods and iPhones do provide a way to listen at double speed and back up 30 seconds, but only for audiobooks.
Get the most out of your other audio programs by turning them into audiobooks. Import them into iTunes as you normally would. Then find the entry for the program in your iTunes library. It will probably be listed under Music or Podcasts. Right click the episode and choose Get Info. Then click the Options tab and set the Media Kind to Audiobook.
Now the audio program in question will show up in the Books section of your iTunes library. You will also be able to select it individually in the Books tab of your iPhone or iPod when it is connected to your computer, so it won’t always get loaded with the rest of your music. That’s a good thing, since once you’ve listened to a lecture, there’s no point in keeping it on your device at all times.
Once sync’d to your device, you will be able to play back the episode at double speed, and back up by 30 seconds at a time by clicking on the icons that appear underneath the play/pause button on your iPhone or iPod.

This wedding was shot with an iPhone!
http://blog.kennykim.com/2012/05/iphone-wedding-photography-101.html

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Happy Mother’s Day! 

We know that Mother’s Day is a happy day for many, but bittersweet for those whose Moms have passed on, and perhaps confusing for mothers in blended families.

In that spirit, we meet Tracee Crockett from Arizona who along with her husband are at the healm of a blended family. She created a blog http://www.everchangingwoman.com/may2012news.html

Also, we hear from noted speaker George Fraser who will explain the Cash Mob Noir effort he’s launching May 19.

Today’s program is sponsored by Derrick’s Jamaican Cuisine in Los Angeles.  Derrick Angus, owner, is running a  Mother’s Day Weekend Special from Friday through Sunday for only $19.99 For dinner and dessert!

Check out the special here: http://www.thelooponline.com/email/derrickscuisine.html  Join Derrick’s Twitter or Facebook page for a chance to win a dinner for two!

 

Steve Harvey on Blended Families