Archive for August, 2014

An evening with musician and activist Chili Most

Monday, August 18, 2014 | By arlene | No Comments

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Chili Most and Z Most have been making music since Chili was 3 years old. Recently they’ve established a Stop The Violence Wall encouraging people to report any kind of violence they’ve experienced, their friends or family members have experienced so they won’t be looked upon as just a number or collateral damage but as human beings. After over 140 radio interviews and more than forty million listeners we have so far gained the support of the National People’s Movement, People’s Movement For Change, 100 Black Men, N.A.A.C.P., National Action Network, Justice Seekers Texas, Nashville Peacemakers, Concerned Citizens Against Violence etc.

Thursday August 21 at 9:00 Eastern, 8:00 Central and 6:00 Pacific

To listen on the internet go to:

Listen on the phone at (347) 857-3961



Radio Show with Ruben Treviso about Veteran’s Dialysis issues

Wednesday, August 13, 2014 | By arlene | No Comments

Ruben Treviso has been an energetic fighter for veterans ever since he came back from Vietnam in 1971. He’s been involved in numerous projects in Greater L.A. to honor vets in recent years.

Ruben is a TV host on El Monte TV3 dealing with Veteran’s concerns. He recently interviewed Arlene and Bill Tinker founders of Dialysis Advocates along with Reverend Robert Hoyt one of the many Dialysis Patient’s they have helped.

Reverend Hoyt, a Veteran, had been wrongly terminated from Dialysis care after questioning his level of care. He along with Arlene and Bill told viewers of the many abuses taking place in some clinics.

Treviso has become involved with the problems in Dialysis Care and is bringing this to the attention of the many contacts he has in Washington.

Show Thursday August 14

Listen on the internnet at.

To listen call call 347-857-3961

9;00 Eastern, 8:00 Central and 6:00 Pacific