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10:06:50 AM
When you feel like all hope is lost or ur alone god is always there. Just continue to stay encouraged and read you bible. I know it may feel like he's not answer your prays but god always shows up on time and he will see you through.
09:18:25 AM
Thank you for taking the time out of your busy schedule to say something positive to help someone!!!
Save Our Youth
01:23:47 PM
Hotep/Blessings I will like to take this time out to say thank you to my brotha and sister of AC.FunTime TV.for coming to Georgetown,SC tO interview my family and our New Nonprofit Organization call Save Our Youth
Sara Nesbit
12:03:44 PM
Charleston Lowcountry Kwanzaa Events: Friday, December 26, 2014 7pm - 9pm Umoja (Unity) Reclamation Service Location: Nichols Chapels AME 57 Kennedy Street, Charleston, SC Saturday, December 27, 2014 6pm - 8pm Kujichagulia (Self Determination) Annual Multifaceted Kwanzaa Program sponsored by Ta Seti Dynasty Location: YMCA 2085 Cannon Street, Charleston, SC Sunday, December 28, 2014 6pm - 8pm Ujima (Collective Work and Responsibility) Discuss and celebrate the principle of Kwanzaa with your family. Monday, December 29, 2014 2:30pm – 7pm Ujamaa (Cooperative Economics) Celebration of Ujamaa Parade begins at Phillip Simmons Mall Park (America St. and Columbus St., Charleston, SC, 29413) and ends at St. Julian Devine Community Center (1 Cooper St, Charleston, SC). There will be a program to celebrate Ujamaa after the parade ends. Tuesday, December 30, 2014 4pm - 8pm Nia (Purpose) Evening in the spirit of Nia, sponsored by the Tri-County Black Nurses Association and the YWCA Program Centered around the principle of Nia. Location: YWCA 106 Coming Street, Charleston, SC Wednesday, December 31, 2014 4pm - 6pm Kuumba (Creativity) Discuss and celebrate the principle of Kwanzaa with your family. Thursday, January 1, 2015 1pm Imani (Faith) Annual Remembrance Day Ceremony Sankofa Burial Grounds Location: Corner of Folly Rd. and Maybank Hwy Karamu (feast) 4pm - 8pm African Drum and Dance and Various Performing Groups Reading of Essays from Contest Winners, Children Arts and Crafts to celebrate Kuumba Location: Ferndale community Center 1919 Bolden Ave, North Charleston, SC Please feel free to join us or email us for questions. Special thank you to AC Fun Time Superstars for videotaping and airing Kwanzaa segments on your show and TIFM for allowing as the opportunity to share our events.
James L. Patterson
05:22:03 AM
You all are doing a phenomenal job. Keep doing amazing things and I pray God takes you higher and higher. The best is yet to come!
Julian Chisolm
04:33:19 AM
Attention: There is only one that can successfully enable the completion, of a never ending journey. We Study we must read his word... There are no substitution earthen vessels. We can talk share thus enable yet, provided we do not govern our health from within - death of the soul is enviable. It is the health of the (Spirit)beloved. Don't try to save the world, sending energy out in Christ Jesus name is powerful enough. Focus on your spiritual growth. Become strong in spirit brother
01:03:58 PM
the teamsters union has come back promising help for the owner-operator trucker but wait! they are actually the wolf in sheep's clothing.the union wants to get rid of the owner/op trucker by bringing the same campaign they did in California with the clean trucks. This doesn't help us but makes trucking so expensive that they will run us out of business like they did in the western ports. they have also tried this in new york-new jersey ports causing truckers who own their own trucks to have to spend a lot of money on environmental systems to meet the regulations they've backed. this is not help but a way to get rid of the independent contractor replacing us with company drivers. in California the ports forced the companies to replace the trucks with brand new ones