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R & B Artist Chris DeShield
Chris Deshield is an R&B/Hip Hop Singer and the 2009 Winner of the BET 106 and Park Allstar Competition. He is also a very proud Liberian. The singer/songwriter/producer always represents his country in a way to show where he's from. He's getting ready to release his highly anticipated album Homecoming, produced by Abcd Production. He has released the first single Love in the City.

Finding My Frequency: Why and How I Paused in my Upward Mobility and Embraced Austerity
Our guest this week is Saye Zonen, author of Finding My Frequency: Why and How I Paused in my Upward Mobility and Embraced Austerity . If your current situation is not the ultimate condition envisioned for your life, are you contemplating change? While our internal being experiences metamorphosis constantly, our view of what is possible externally, gets corrupted very early on in life. We adopt a routine out of fear, never attempting to try out the ideas we ponder daily. Why should you and how will you change? The truth about who we are and what we can do is instinctively known to each and everyone of us, but we settle for what comes standard - paychecks, perks and pension. We all have, buried deep within us, mediocrity and mightiness co-existing side by side. The power to push ourselves from the orbit of the ordinary to the place of our fullest potential lies dormant in each and every one of us. We, however, see the climb as cumbersome and so we yield with the masses on the path of least resistance. The dual purpose the book. is firstly to explain and affirm that YES! it is possible to change course even when our responsibilities or obligations seem insurmountable. It shows how one man's courage to stick his existence on finding where he comes alive was made manifest. We must endeavor to find that unique place where we can distribute our true talent overtime. Until we operate on our center frequency, we will never find our ultimate condition.

The Liberian Entertainment Awards
The Liberian Entertainment Awards, also known as the LEA, are an accolade awarded to Liberians at home and in the diaspora for their outstanding contributions to the Liberian Entertainment Industry in music, film and fashion. The annual ceremony, held across the United States, features performances by established and promising artists. The LEA was founded in 2009 by our guest Tarkus Zonen. He joins us to discuss this year's awards, and how the LEA have grown over the past six years.

Understanding the Work of ME1C2/LILFOC Foundation Inc.
The mission of ME1C2/LILFOC Foundation Inc. is to advocate quality basic educational and social economic welfare for the disadvantaged children of Liberia. We focus on these children through a range of innovative programs and initiatives in education.

Our special guest is Mr. Robert Garguah, Jr, Co-Founder and Executive Director of the foundation.

Women's Political Role in Development
This week, we will be discussing women's political role in Development and the demand for 30% representation by Liberian women.

Our guest is Political Activist and Executive Director and Founder of Women Alert Liberia (WAL)Vivian Neejay Innis. Her dream is to the see the 30% gender equity bill pass into law, She believe that women political role in development is important. Hence, the bill is primarily the way forward to Liberia's reform and development process.

What is Islam
What is Islam? Is it true that women’s rights in Islam are thought to be degraded and oppressed? Does Islam support violence? Is there a promise of 72 virgins for terrorists and suicide bombers in Islam? Is divorce permitted in Islam? We try to separate fact from fiction with our special guest Imam Gofin Kosia.

Finding Love After 30
Why are there so many women who are 30 and over, and still single? Is there a shortage of single men? Are these women putting too much on the table for men to deal with, or do these women feel they do not need a man to be complete? We will examine the issue with our guest NEMADE FEFE D'MARTIN, former host of TMZ Radio’s Sister to Sister and Freaky Friday.

The Ebola Crisis
On this week's episode, we will discuss the Ebola crisis in Africa, what can be done to stop it, and how to improve the healthcare systems in the countries that are effected by it. Our guests are former Liberty Part Chair Mr. Israel Akinsanya and Mr. Musa Willie, founder and CEO of Education Care Africa.