Feel De Riddim

Feel De Riddim Explore the music of the Caribbean! From Calypso to Reggae, Latin Fusion and everything in between! Produced by Sharon and William Phillip.

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Episode 2 - Overcoming the Odds with Paralympic Gold Medalist Al Mead
08/09/2020
Episode 2 - Overcoming the Odds with Paralympic Gold Medalist Al Mead

Episode 2 - Overcoming the Odds with Paralympic Gold Medalist Al Mead

Join us for an inspiring interview with Pastor Al Mead. Pastor Mead is the first Paralympian to be inducted into the Georgia Sports Hall of Fame. A trailblazer, Mead set records in the Long Jump, 100 and 200 meters. Inducted in 2007, Pastor Mead is also a member of both the U.S. Amputee Athletic Ass...

08/08/2020
Episode 14: Entrepreneurship Over the Airwaves with James Render

Episode 14: Entrepreneurship Over the Airwaves with James Render

We had a great time taping this episode! James Render Jr. hosts an eclectic hour of music featuring artists that you know and love, interwoven with new music that you will have to add to your collection. More than music, The Music According to James creates a platform to give the community a voice b...

07/27/2020
Episode 13: James Render

Episode 13: James Render

James Render Jr. hosts an eclectic hour of music featuring artists that you know and love, interwoven with new music that you will have to add to your collection. More than music, The Music According to James creates a platform to give the community a voice by appearing on the show. Topics covered i...

07/20/2020
Episode 12: Jazz Matters

Episode 12: Jazz Matters

Jazz Matters, Inc. was founded by Edwin Williams, an accomplished bassist, who is no stranger to the Atlanta music scene. He was featured bassist for over twenty years with the John Robertson Trio at the world-renowned, Dante’s Down the Hatch jazz club in Atlanta, Georgia and has performed nationa...

07/13/2020
Episode 11: LaQuita Parks

Episode 11: LaQuita Parks

LaQuita is the Founder, CEO and Facilitator of A Failure 2 Communicate Mentoring Program as well as a Relationship Communication Coach and Mentor with a passion for people and their well-being. LaQuita is also the Founder and Facilitator of EXHALE-a social communication group for women who meet to d...

07/07/2020
Episode 10: Author & Entrepreneur, Fray White

Episode 10: Author & Entrepreneur, Fray White

Fray White is the humble Husband of Theresa White and father of five beautiful young adults, a licensed Minister of the Gospel of Jesus Christ. A highly accomplished businessman in the world of Telecommunication and Data Industry. He earned his Masters of Theology degree from Life Christian Universi...

07/07/2020
Episode 10: Author & Entrepreneur, Fray White

Episode 10: Author & Entrepreneur, Fray White

Fray White is the humble Husband of Theresa White and father of five beautiful young adults, a licensed Minister of the Gospel of Jesus Christ. A highly accomplished businessman in the world of Telecommunication and Data Industry. He earned his Masters of Theology degree from Life Christian Universi...

The best part of making art is breaking all the rules! #HappyMonday #MotivationMonday #Cr8tiveCompanyLLC #Cr8Co #CreateO...
07/06/2020

The best part of making art is breaking all the rules! #HappyMonday #MotivationMonday #Cr8tiveCompanyLLC #Cr8Co #CreateOutsidTheBox 🎨

07/04/2020

Anyone up for #BBQ? 🍔 HAPPY 4TH OF JULY EVERYONE! Enjoy the holiday weekend and most of all, please stay safe!

06/28/2020
Black Eyed Peas

YEEEEESSSSSSSS!!!

Come join us for an exclusive listening session and Q&A for our new album TRANSLATION. #BEPTranslation is now available on all platforms 🌎

Thank you to all the #DADS across the world. You are very much loved and appreciated! 🙏🏽#Cr8tiveCo #CelebrateDads #Suppo...
06/21/2020

Thank you to all the #DADS across the world. You are very much loved and appreciated! 🙏🏽
#Cr8tiveCo #CelebrateDads #SupportOurDads

06/19/2020
Episode 8: "Thug Life to Triumphant Life" Part 2 w/Reggie Beaty

Episode 8: "Thug Life to Triumphant Life" Part 2 w/Reggie Beaty

We continue our interview with "Thug Life to Triumphant Life" author, Reggie Beaty. Reggie focuses on the opportunity he was given to change his path, and reshape his future. Now his focus is on giving the same opportunity to other students in his community and around the world. Reggie's Bio: Reggie...

Community leaders, churches, and neighbors come together to #MarchForJustice in Fayette County, GA, and Speak Out World ...
06/10/2020

Community leaders, churches, and neighbors come together to #MarchForJustice in Fayette County, GA, and Speak Out World was there! 🎤 ✊🏽
#WeAreStrongerTogether #SpeakOutWorld #Podcast #Cr8tiveCollaborative #BlackLiveMatter #VOTE #Community #FayetteCountyGeorgia #UnitedForChange #Cr8tiveCollaborative

06/01/2020
Episode 9: Carving Out Your Own Success

(Video Podcast)
Welcome back to Speak Out World! We are so excited to introduce you to Leng Leng Chancey, Executive Director, 9to5, National Association for Working Women. Leng Leng is an activist, community organizer, and champion of equality and liberation. Her passion focuses on social justice issues concerning communities of color, advocating for "equitable access for ALL". Her passion for justice is infectious.
Born and raised in Singapore, Leng Leng came to the United States to attend college at Washington State University where she received her BA in History and Asian Studies. She has held numerous management positions in nonprofits such as the United Way of Greater Atlanta, and the Center for Pan Asian Community Services. In 2013, Leng Leng, along with 4 other women, founded the Atlanta Chapter of the National Asian Pacific American Women’s Forum, a national organization focusing on building a movement to advance social justice and human rights for AAPI women and girls in the United States.----more----
She served as Co-Chair of the group for 2 years before moving on to join the national organization as their Development and Communications Director and then as Deputy Director. Most recently, Leng Leng served as the Vice President of Development and Marketing at Quality Care for Children, working on affordability and accessibility to high-quality childcare.
Leng Leng shares with us her views on systemic racism in America, the inequality face by women and people of color in the workforce, and how we can come together for change. Something that is on the tip of everyone's lips during the tragedy and outrage following the untimely death of George Floyd in Minneapolis.
For more information on 9to5 and their mission, please visit www.9to5.org.
We would love to hear your thoughts on this and other episodes. Please let a comment, like, and share.

06/01/2020
Episode 9: Carving Out Your Own Success (audio only)

(audio only)
Welcome back to Speak Out World! We are so excited to introduce you to Leng Leng Chancey, Executive Director, 9to5, National Association for Working Women. Leng Leng is an activist, community organizer, and champion of equality and liberation. Her passion focuses on social justice issues concerning communities of color, advocating for "equitable access for ALL". Her passion for justice is infectious.
Born and raised in Singapore, Leng Leng came to the United States to attend college at Washington State University where she received her BA in History and Asian Studies. She has held numerous management positions in nonprofits such as the United Way of Greater Atlanta, and the Center for Pan Asian Community Services. In 2013, Leng Leng, along with 4 other women, founded the Atlanta Chapter of the National Asian Pacific American Women’s Forum, a national organization focusing on building a movement to advance social justice and human rights for AAPI women and girls in the United States.----more----
She served as Co-Chair of the group for 2 years before moving on to join the national organization as their Development and Communications Director and then as Deputy Director. Most recently, Leng Leng served as the Vice President of Development and Marketing at Quality Care for Children, working on affordability and accessibility to high-quality childcare.
Leng Leng shares with us her views on systemic racism in America, the inequality face by women and people of color in the workforce, and how we can come together for change. Something that is on the tip of everyone's lips during the tragedy and outrage following the untimely death of George Floyd in Minneapolis.
For more information on 9to5 and their mission, please visit www.9to5.org.
We would love to hear your thoughts on this and other episodes. Please let a comment, like, and share.

Summer is approaching! As we begin to venture back outside let us remember to STAY SAFE! And let's not forget the men an...
05/25/2020

Summer is approaching! As we begin to venture back outside let us remember to STAY SAFE! And let's not forget the men and women who have served, are serving, as well as the heroes who have fought to keep us safe and well during this Pandemic. You are ALL appreciated! And will NEVER be forgotten! 🙏🏽🇺🇸

#Cr8tiveCompanyLLC #SharonPhillip #Cr8Motion #MemorialDay2020 #RememberingThoseWhoServe #Verterans #HealtcareWorkers #EssentialWorkers #InThisTogether #OurHeores #ArmedForces #NeverForgotten

05/18/2020
"Thug Life to Triumphant Life" Part 2 with Author, Reggie Beaty (video)

We continue our interview with "Thug Life to Triumphant Life" author, Reggie Beaty. Reggie focuses on the opportunity he was given to change his path, and reshape his future. Now his focus is on giving the same opportunity to other students in his community and around the world.
Reggie's Bio:
Reggie was a “difficult to reach youth” growing up in his hometown of Atlanta, Georgia. Beaty found out early on the critical role that mentors play in a youth’s life. He was expelled from school at 14, ran with gang-oriented crowds, carried weapons, and was ultimately incarcerated. Beaty found a mentor in Bobby Garrett, director of West End Academy, a non-traditional school in the Communities In Schools of Georgia system. As a result of Garrett’s intervention, Beaty graduated from West End Academy, earned a Bachelor’s Degree from Stillman College, and a Master’s in Aerospace Education from Middle Tennessee State University. Next, Beaty built a stellar 20-year career in the United States Army, rising to the rank of Lieutenant Colonel. Along the way, Beaty earned the Leo A. Codd national “Instructor of the Year” for all colleges and universities, presented by President George W Bush, and “Civic Man of the Year” for his work with youth in Oklahoma. For 10 years Beaty served as Chief Operating Officer with Communities In Schools of Georgia, where he helped to build the non-traditional schools Performance Learning Centers and Georgia’s “Graduation Coaches” initiative.

For more information on Reggie Beaty, his organization or his book you may send him an email at [email protected] or visit https://theffes.com

05/18/2020
"Thug Life to Triumphant Life" Part 2 w/Reggie Beaty (audio only)

(audio only edit)

We continue our interview with "Thug Life to Triumphant Life" author, Reggie Beaty. Reggie focuses on the opportunity he was given to change his path, and reshape his future. Now his focus is on giving the same opportunity to other students in his community and around the world.
Reggie's Bio:
Reggie was a “difficult to reach youth” growing up in his hometown of Atlanta, Georgia. Beaty found out early on the critical role that mentors play in a youth’s life. He was expelled from school at 14, ran with gang-oriented crowds, carried weapons, and was ultimately incarcerated. Beaty found a mentor in Bobby Garrett, director of West End Academy, a non-traditional school in the Communities In Schools of Georgia system. As a result of Garrett’s intervention, Beaty graduated from West End Academy, earned a Bachelor’s Degree from Stillman College, and a Master’s in Aerospace Education from Middle Tennessee State University. Next, Beaty built a stellar 20-year career in the United States Army, rising to the rank of Lieutenant Colonel. Along the way, Beaty earned the Leo A. Codd national “Instructor of the Year” for all colleges and universities, presented by President George W Bush, and “Civic Man of the Year” for his work with youth in Oklahoma. For 10 years Beaty served as Chief Operating Officer with Communities In Schools of Georgia, where he helped to build the non-traditional schools Performance Learning Centers and Georgia’s “Graduation Coaches” initiative.

For more information on Reggie Beaty, his organization or his book you may send him an email at [email protected] or visit https://theffes.com

04/27/2020

Thank you to all our fans that stood by us during the COVID-19 Pandemic. We understand how difficult this time has been for EVERYONE! And we pray that you and your families remain healthy and safe.

Adjusting to our new normal, the team at Speak Out World had to regroup and refocus how we produce our podcast. We are excited to bring you Part One of our interview with "Thug Life to Triumphant Life" author, Reggie Beaty. Reggie tells his powerful story of growing up in one of the roughest neighbors in South West Atlanta and his journey out of poverty and a life of crime into a life of success.
Reggie's Bio:
Reggie was a “difficult to reach youth” growing up in his hometown of Atlanta, Georgia. Beaty found out early on the critical role that mentors play in a youth’s life. He was expelled from school at 14, ran with gang-oriented crowds, carried weapons and was ultimately incarcerated. Beaty found a mentor in Bobby Garrett, director of West End Academy, a non-traditional school in the Communities In Schools of Georgia system. As a result of Garrett’s intervention, Beaty graduated from West End Academy, earned a Bachelor’s Degree from Stillman College and a Master’s in Aerospace Education from Middle Tennessee State University. Next, Beaty built a stellar 20-year career in the United States Army, rising to the rank of Lieutenant Colonel. Along the way, Beaty earned the Leo A. Codd national “Instructor of the Year” for all colleges and universities, presented by President George W Bush, and “Civic Man of the Year” for his work with youth in Oklahoma. For 10 years Beaty served as Chief Operating Officer with Communities In Schools of Georgia, where he helped to build the non-traditional schools Performance Learning Centers and Georgia’s “Graduation Coaches” initiative.

For more information on Reggie Beaty, his organization or his book you may send him an email at [email protected] or visit https://foundationforeducationalsuccess.com/ .

03/30/2020

Spreading the message of love through art and creative activism ...

#speakoutworld #speakoutthepodcast #podcast #podlife #artsactivism #communityengagement #spreadlove #payitforward #actsofkindness

02/24/2020
SO_EP 6: Black Women in TV & Film with Susan Sojourna Collier

(Audio Only)
Emmy nominated TV writer, Producer, Playwright, and Educator, Susan Sojourna Collier shares her experiences as the first African American writer on the ABC soap opera “All My Children,” her life as a playwright, a poet, and remembering her dear friend, the late actor Tommy Ford.
Sojourna received a Daytime Emmy nomination for her work on All My Children. Collier also wrote for One Life to Live. In collaboration with her friend, comedian/actor Tommy Ford, Sojourna produced a series of sitcoms and films which were distributed by Lionsgate/Grindstone. Her first feature film "Conflict of Interest" aired on the Aspire TV Network to rave reviews and garnering the network's largest ratings. The film also premiered at the Las Vegas Black Film Festival, winning Best Film at the BronzeLens Festival as well as the Audience Choice at the Peachtree Village International Film Festival.

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Episode Producers:
Annice Lillard
Dean Lillard
Jewel Howard
Sharon Phillip

Director of Production Services:
Sharon Phillip

Assistant Director:
Suzanne Phillip

Special Thanks:
Wholistic Entertainment & Events
Cr8-tive Company LLS
PoeticJem Productions
Our Theatre Company

"Speak Out: Arts, Activism & More!" is produced by the Cr8-tive Group

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I have always loved music. All kinds of music. I guess I get that from my parents. That’s why I created this show. Each week we take you on a musical journey across the Caribbean! From Calypso to Reggae, Latin Fusion and everything in between! So come party with us ... every Saturday from 12 to 2 pm, only on SCAD Atlanta Radio!

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