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Storytellers Campfire Poetry Wheel
Join us for a poetical ring around the campfire, lyrical poetry, short verse, prose and a short poetry story. We have an Earth day poem too, for Earth Day!
April is National Poetry Month...we have a few tips on how you can participate and fun things to do to keep poetry alive and part of our social circles and in our lives.
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The Wake Up Mission Radio Show Hosts Chelene Nightingale and Randy Dees are pleased to welcome Adam Kokesh.
Adam Charles Kokesh is an American Liberatarian talk show host,freedom activist and author of "FREEDOM!"
Adam is a decorated Iraq War Veteran,he has come to disparage war and advocate nonviolent resistance to government power.
He has also made numerous videos where he has been arrested by over reaching police who have no idea what is in The US Constitution.
His websites are
This week on Beyond the Veil we are proud to have the founder of the Anti-Bullying Zone Natasha Gonell joining us as well as their Vice President Tony Gilmore. Join us as we have a round table discussion to learn about their efforts in the fight against bullies and what they have been doing with their campaign, and after we will continue the show with an open discussion on current events. Join us Wednesday at 7pm as we tackle the issues Anonymous North Texas Style.
In the old Dragnet show, Sgt. Joe Friday used to say, "The facts, ma'am, only the facts." But when a writer is creating a book or story part of their process is making sure to check facts,particularly when they are setting out a particular set of circumstances. If you get it wrong, some of your readers will know and possibly spread the word. The internet is a wonderful source of information, but if you can't find what you want, let your fingers do the walking. Once you've figured out who might have the information you need, pick up the phone and call. It might be a friend, or the public relations division of a police department, hospital, public entity or any number of possibilities. When Morgan St. James was writing "Betrayed," she needed to know what would happen in the late 1950s if an inmate in an Illinois prison was beaten to a point where they had to be on lifesupport. The information was not readily available on the internet, so she called the public relations department at the prison in Illinois and discovered her answer, The Public Relations officer researched her and called back with the information that the policy had changed over the years. What would have happened now, wasn't the cae then. Back then the inmate would have been kept in the prison infirmary. So, St. James was able to portray the scene correctly for the era.
Okay,let's assume you've got the facts, details and any other pertinent information. How much does your reader REALLY want to know? Are you overwriting and boring them with details fans of your genre really are not interested in?Is the technical information much more than they care to read? Do they want the story to just keep moving?
In a lively discussion authors Morgan St. James, Dennis N. Griffin and Eric James Miller will share their knowledge and experience when it comes to, "Just the facts, ma'am."
Join Talk with Tenney on April 22, 2015 from 9-11 PM Eastern for an exciting and informative conversation with Lauren Parks on surviving and ending domestic violence and sexual assault.
Lauren Parks is a social work graduate student at Monmouth university. Her life's work has been dedicated to aiding and assisting victims of violence, specifically, domestic violence and sexual assault. Through her own personal experience with teen dating violence, Lauren has been able to use that negative experience to advocate for victims everywhere. Lauren currently serves as a rape survivor advocate through safe horizon community program and also leads an empowerment group for female victims in Staten Island. Lauren has plans of developing a center for victims that would be dedicated to more long term after care.
Lines will be open for you to call in and be part of the program (267)521-0167
Please join Hosts Jo Anne Moretti and Scott Ferrarello, along with our correspondents and colleagues, each Thur at 3:00pm EST for the latest news, commentary, investigative journalism and featured guests.
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By popular demand,there will be no guest on today's show as hosts Chelene and Randy catch up on all the news of the week.
They will discuss politics,faith,business,history,economcs,finance,government corruption in all three branches,media corruption,political freedom,political oppression,economic freedom,economic opportunity,economic oppression,financial freedom,financial opportunity,financial oppression,government over reach,Christian values,Conservative values,agenda 21,the ndaa,the patriot act,illegal immigration and a host of other topics that may come to mind.
With Chelene and Randy you will get the the truth,not some white washed "approved version" of what happened,when and to whom.They expose the lies and corruption the government and media spew forth on a daily basis
This episode was originally broadcast on April 7, 2011
Holt Cemetery, New Orleans’ still-active potter’s field, has been a subject of concern for many groups in recent years. Families with loved ones interred there have been worried about neglect and misuse of the cemetery, even as the city has periodically discussed closing the overcrowded space to new burials. At the same time, visitors have frequently been impressed with the variety of unique votive and grave-marking techniques visible in the space; evidence of these mourning practices and decorative traditions are also being lost. Dr. Gray will discuss the historical and cultural significance of Holt Cemetery, along with plans for the creation of a digital database that will balance both the needs of those with personal connections to Holt and the interests of others concerned about its long-term
Dr. Ryan Gray is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Anthropology at the University of New Orleans specializing in historical archaeology. Before receiving his doctorate from the University of Chicago, Dr. Gray was employed for 10 years doing private sector work in cultural resource management with a focus on urban sites. His work examines race, segregation, auto-construction, and urban development in the post-Emancipation South.
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