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JOIN US AS SPECIAL GUEST SPEAKER ABDUL-MALIK FROM CALIFORNIA SPEAKS ON THE SIGNIFICANCE AND IMPORTANCE OF THE FREEING OF IMAM JAMIL ABDULLAHN AL-AMIN, ALSO KNOWN AS H.RAP BROWN A POLITICAL PRISONER BEING FALSELY ACCUSED OF MURDERING A GEORGIA STATE LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICER.
On this episode of the In Your Face Talk Show LIVE on American Variety Network, CIA Alex Cardinale debuts a series he thinks you will enjoy!! Alex will be talking about some of the biggest American Tragedies to ever happen! My goal is to teach you about some of the historic tragedies that have happened and in the mean time teach you what to do in case a tragedy does strike so you know what to do!
The first tragedy I will talk about is the Station Night Club Fire that took place on Thursday Febuary 20, 2003 at 11:07 PM EST. This fire took the lives of 100 people and injuried 230 others! The Station Night Club Fire took place in West Warwick Rhode Island and is regarded as one of the worst fires in USA history!
Let's all learn about the Station Night Club Fire on this show!
R.I.P. TO THE 100 VICTIMS WHO PASSED AWAY IN THIS FIRE!
Brianna Clarke's passion for giving back can be traced to her childhood when she would drag her parents across city streets in order to give a helping hand to the homeless. It wasn't until she spent a summer in rural Kenya, living with a local family and researching the HIV/AIDS epidemic, that she realized her commitment to making the world a little bit better could be turned into a career. Her first years out of university were spent in Central America, where she partnered with local health professionals to bring medical and dental care to rural, indigenous communities. Her passion for global health, women's rights, and alleviating poverty led her to The Hunger Project, a global, strategic organization committed to the sustainable end of world hunger. Now, she serves as The Hunger Project's Annual Gifts Officer in New York City and is privileged with the task of sharing the inspirational stories of leadership and resiliency that The Hunger Project witnesses every day from the 20 million community members they partner with around the world.
Brianna Clarke can be reached at Brianna.Clarke@thp.org
D. Joshua Taylor, President of the Federation of Genealogical Societies, joins Jane to talk about this organization and its mission.
October 28, 2008 Corrie Anderson went to visit a boyfriend at Lake County Dodge and never showed up to pick up her son from school. Her van was found several days later in a corn field by a gas well.
Previously her husband Ken Anderson, that was already married to someone else, had put a lo-jack on her car to follow her around.
Today is the 7th year anniversary of Corrie's disappearance.
Help us find Corrie!
Co-Host terry Lynn Newcomb