Friday, January 2, 2015

Looking for Story Ideas for the NEW LIBRadio




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  Greetings All
Just as we promised, www.LIBRadio.com has returned to daily broadcasts with a 2-hour broadcast from 11 AM Eastern / 8 AM Pacific, and an additional 1-hour broadcast of the 7MAC University from 8 PM Eastern / 5 PM Pacific.
We came out gangbusters with a detailed review of 43 important news stories from 2014 that do have impact on our lives.  Many of these stories were overlooked and some were just told very badly by the corporate media.  We take personally the responsibility to tell our own stories, teach our own people and the create the vitally necessary institutions that give power to our global family of 1 billion African-ascended people.
Now we want you to share your vision of what type of programming will best inform our listeners.  Culture, consciousness, history, entertainment, economics, education, health, labor, law, politics, spirituality, family, conflict - these and more are the substance by which the Lion is now risen to tell our perspective of an important and ongoing world history.
Perhaps you would like to be a guest on LIBRadio.  Call me at 323.902.2919 between 11 AM and 4 PM Pacific to arrange your appearance and share your critical research and activities with the larger community.
If you missed our inaugural broadcast of the new (Roman calendar) year, check it out.  Realize that our ultimate success is dependent upon a large support from our many listeners.  Thanks to the subscribers and to those who purchase from our catalog for doing your part to maintain our integrity.
2014 African World News Recap: 43 Stories that Captivated Our Attention (or SHOULD Have) - We take a month, by month look at the stories that dominated the media, capitivated our attention and focus, as well as a number of stories that were overlooked by the corporate-controlled media, but still were very important to the development of African progress within the U.S. and around the world. Beyond merely repeating these stories and our responses, we put into context most of these stories and expose critical details which were excluded from the mainstream coverage. This was a very eventful year yet when the year ended it was hard to point to those areas where we actually made progress. Well, those who heard this show now know just how critical this year was to the growth of our long term self-determination.
Learn more about our 2014 activities, movies and critical lecture DVD's at www.AfricaDestiny.com.
 
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