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    Keeping it Real with Kenny MO 9.22.17

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    Welcome back Kenny Mo from the land of the hurricane,  Let's hear about how he fared during one of the strongest hurricanes to hit the US.

  • The term Social Justice. What it means and how people act with it

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    Social justice can be defined as a state or doctrine of egalitarianism. Another definition is the distribution of advantages and disadvantages within a society. Oxford dictionary defines social justice as Justice in terms of the distribution of wealth, opportunities, and privileges within a society. But with these definitions, what does that mean? What approach to social justice actually is beneficial to societies as a whole and humanity as a species?
    In this podcast I analyse the terms and attempt correlate them with the actions of those who champion social justice. The term itself has a stigma from the actions of the champions. To know a thing we must know it's attributes. We walk through the actions of those that champion social justice and why they see it as an ultimate good.

  • "THE LAND OF MILK AND HONEY" BY THE NUMBERS.....

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    BROTHER EDDIE HARRIS WILL BE EXAMINING THE METAPHYSICS OF THE PROMISED LAND BY THE NUMBERS AND THE DREAM STATE.  

  • Practice

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    This is preactice for me to begin to get comfortable hosting a blogtalk radio show. I'll have a 2-hour slot soon andI want to make thevery best of it. But this s only practice.

  • Inside Out

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    Convicts calling from prison reaching out

  • January Jones-EQ. Librium with Yvette Bethel

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    Meet Yvette Bethel
    What if you could be three steps ahead of the underhanded games people play at work? Your radio show " January Jones sharing Success" caught my attention, and it occurred to me what would life be like if we were given the opportunity to learn how to navigate the complexities of office interactions, all through improving your self-awareness and self-regulation skills?
    The book, "EQ. Librium: Unleash the Power of Your Emotional Intelligence; A Proven Path to Career Success" is research based and provides everyday workplace scenarios that people encounter. Throughout the book Yvette Bethel shares inspiring success stories, easy to understand solutions, inspirational quotes, and self-assessment questions.  
    Yvette Bethel is a Fulbright Scholar, HR and business consultant, emotional intelligence practitioner, trainer, lecturer and author who was employed by a Fortune 500 bank for almost two decades. During her tenure in the banking industry, she served in senior capacities in corporate strategy, marketing, PR, training and human resources. Bethel’s HR and training experience commenced in the late 1980s and before venturing into her own business, her HR and training role was responsible for a portfolio of eight countries. To learn more about Yvette Bethel and her work, visit http://www.orgsoul.com/Virtual-Book-Tour.

  • KrisAnne Hall is our guest

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    KrisAnne Hall is an attorney and former prosecutor who travels the country teaching the Constitution and the history that gave us our founding documents.  Host of The KrisAnne Hall Show.

  • Ethnicity and Cultural Freedom in Policing

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    Ethnicity, Cultural Diversity and the Freedom to bring and be  who you are to Policing.   Cities and Police Departments enjoy touting their racial demographics in terms of “cultural diversity and Fairness”. “We have this many Asians, Hispanics, American Indians, African Americans and Anglo-Americans, etc”.  Looks good on paper, but the question has to be asked.  How many of them are allowed to be WHO they are at work?  Can the Asian, Hispanic, American Indian or African American Officer be who he or she is in the workplace and on the street?  Are they forced by Department or City Policy or unwritten Department practices commonly known as "The Blue Wall" to be a Blue- Tan, Blue- Brown or Blue- Asian representative of a blue line that’s defined and operates on a standard within the law based on a European concept of Law Enforcements and how it should be performed?  Is this concept working in minority communities?  What about the citizens that see someone in uniform that looks like them but sounds and acts like a total stranger?  Ever thought about it?  Well this Saturday we’re going to talk about it on Behind the Blue Curtain.  All questions, comments and concerns are welcomed.  I do not speak for the City of Waco, the Waco Police Department, the Officers, Civilian Employees or Citizens of Waco.  My opinions are based on my personal and professional experiences. 

  • Uplifting Communities

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    Join us Saturday Sept 23 2017 11pm PST 1pm CST 2pm EST with our special guest Mr Tommie Anderson. A native of Mobile, Alabama joined SWLA Center for Health Services as Chief Executive Officer in August 2015. A graduate of University of Alabama, in Tuscaloosa, Alabama with a Bachelors of Arts and Sciences in Healthcare Management with a minor in English and a Master of Science in Healthcare Administration from University of Alabama at Birmingham. Mr. Anderson has 21 years of management experience in healthcare, with 18 years in executive management in Federally Qualified Health Centers. His experience also includes Grant Writing, Fund Raising, Facility Planning and Development, Performance Improvement, Strategic Planning, Patient Flow Mapping and Redesign, Community/Public Relations/Marketing, and Physician Recruitment. During his tenure at Franklin Primary Health Center, Inc. in Mobile, Alabama, Mr. Anderson as Chief Operating Officer oversaw the day to day operations for 20 community health center sites. He also coordinated the opening of 15 new health center sites in the South Alabama service area and oversaw 12 construction projects that included a combination of additions, renovations, and new site construction. Get ready for an electrifying show. Host Tommy R Cole call in # 607 203 5336 press 1 to join the conversation. or listen on the websitewww.upliftingcommunitiestalkshow.com TOGETHER WE WILL MAKE A DIFFERENCE!!

  • Fantacy; Myths; and Imagination

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    Hints of intel and the dreams of a 'golden age'... Realy?
    Lucid dreams ring of them being, or becoming, The New Paradigme.
    The extraordinary number of good guys have been, and still are, working in and on, exactly everything all of us have been hoping for.
    Git Ready!
     

  • Uplifting Communities

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    Join us on Uplifting Communities Talk Show, September 24th, 2017, our guest will be Shakena Robinson, the new host for Uplifting Communities Talk Show Ohio. Shakena is a representation of "No Pressure. No Diamonds". Shakena was one of many African-American Adolescents: Living in a High-Risk as a young girl living out on the streets, she endured many dangerous and disheartening situations. But she did not allow her circumstances to blind her to her potential and that she is agift from God. She allowed her experiences to polish her growth like a natural black diamond she has a different crystal structure. Like a black diamond, she is made up of millions of tiny crystals and no matter what impossible obstacles that she faced, she never lost faith. Her belief in the highest kept her ambitious even when her circumstances reflected something different. She created Chic Virtue which she uses as a platform to encourage and inspire other women of God around the world to NEVER GIVE UP! To NEVER GIVE IN! TO KEEP GOD FIRST! Which makes her a perfect addition to Uplifting Communities Talk show team. Tune in this Sunday as we chat with Shakena about her life journey and welcome her to the uplifting communities talk show team at 3 PM PST, 5 PM CST, 6 PM EST Listen by Phone 607 203 5336 or http://www.upliftingcommunitiestalkshow.com  Together we will make a Difference!

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