BlogTalkRadio uses cookies. By using our services, you're agreeing to our Cookies Policy. Got it

Our Terms of Use and Privacy Policy have changed. We think you'll like them better this way.

Popular in Non-Profit

  • 00:52

    Real Talk with Pastor E

    in Non-Profit

    Real Talk with Pastor E 
    Join Pastor E for a variety of Real Talk Discussions, dynamic principle based on ongoing issue in  this current day.
    Family we are fully devoted to Jesus. We believe that the door of salvation is always open to those in search of the truth. With open arms our ministry demonstrates Gods love and concern for our fellow man at every opportunity. Through works of charity and by actions in love, we feel that we are walking in the footsteps of Jesus Christ and will reach the lost and unsaved.
    Pastor E. 

  • 01:03

    Patrice Springer

    in Non-Profit

    Patrice is a retired Vocational Teacher from the Los Angeles Unified School District.  After spending 30 years in education, she volunteered in the non-profit world helping At-Risk Youth and the chronically unemployed.
    She just recently began her own non-profit, Your Image 20/20.  The mission of her organization is to help marginalized individuals who have been affected by incarceration, drug/alcohol abuse, and homelessness regain their place in the workforce.  Veterans are a big priority as they return to civilian life.  Her closet provides clothing to improve self esteem and build self confidence to everyone that walks into her organization.

  • 00:24

    The Black Women of the Democratic Party Podcast - Building a Platform

    in Non-Profit

    Black women deliver wins year after year for the Democratic party while they continue to keep us bankrupt.  With our country growing more hateful and more restrictive to our needs, our political leaders appear nonexistent.  It's time to realize hope and change and the dream one great man had will no longer sustain us.  We must be and demand the change we want to see.  Join us each week as we work together to do a few things:
    1. Develop a political platform that serve us first and the people whose job it is to serve us, second.
    2. Discuss our needs, our true needs, and develop a concrete plan to express those who propose to lead us
    3. Develop an action plan to present our need to Washington and like it happen.
    Look, those other people have, and for some time, governmental racists, institutionalized racism, militia groups and legal societies working on their behalf for centuries while we build our families and this country. The ones who SHOULD have a plot, never will because we love this place too much. Today we must realize no one here is out there loving us, even some of our own. So, we must do like an ancestor did when they realized freedom for the first time, get together, find each other and each one teach one.