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Your co-host will explore the modern public education system in Delaware and highlight recent media coverage of redistricting plans intended for Milton Elementary and H.O. Brittingham elementary schools in Milton, DE. Your co-hosts will also discuss plans currently before the Delaware General Assembly to redistrict existing schools in Wilmington, DE to eliminate disparities in educational resources among schools and communities. We want to hear from you?
Wilmington Redsistricting Coverage: http://www.delawareonline.com/story/news/2016/06/10/historic-moment-looms-wilmington-schools/84149616/
Milton Redsistricting Coverage: http://www.capegazette.com/article/fresh-thinking-needed-cape%E2%80%99s-hob/106411
(more) Milton Redsistricting Coverage: http://www.wboc.com/Clip/12514932/milton-redistricting
Sonny updates us on current events and guests: Wendy Sizemore on Agenda 21 espeically here in Ohio and Steve Bowers of NSM on the upcoming ANA conference.
MUSIC: ERIC JERARDI BAND & BRUTAL ATTACK
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#BzNz will be part 2 of the discussion "The Lost Art of Communication" part 2 Why Do men and women communicate Differently?
We'll discuss the "communication" of dating
Also we will discuss "communication" in music
subliminal messages that music have that may give mixed signals.
Call in number (323)870-4617 and press the number 1 to talk
Tune in tonight as the LIONS discuss the Power of the Five Percent! Are the Five Percent and NGE one in the same? Is the Nation of Islam and the Five percent one in the same? How can we tell? Does it matter! What good is the LESSONS (120) if we don’t use them for what they are for? Is there any power at all that comes with being a FIVE PERCENTER? Is there any REAL difference between today’s Five percent and today’s 85 percent? Show and prove! We need to find out! Call in and also join us in our high powered chat-room as we Keep it 100 on the World Wide Web, and Keep it 1000 in the streetz! Wow, I wonder if they gonna be mad at this one!?
Show starts at 9pm eastern 626-414-3547
Dark Matters Radio features Dr. Richard King, MD who will join us in a discussion about melanin--a heavily studied substance that is very important to your mental, spiritual and physical health. Dr. King is the author of the groundbreaking work the "African Origin of Biological Psychiatry" and a contributing editor of the book, "Why Darkness Matters", by Ann Brown. What did the Ancient Kemetans know about melanin, that can help us improve our lives, today? Listen in on this lively discussion and call in, with your questions.
Join us this Thursday as we revisit the topic of recall elections, and tell of the success achieved since our last show on recalls. Special guests include Chris Briels, David Raines, and Kelli Stuart
Our guests this morning are Lisa Coffi, Suzanne Dean and Cylan Brown from Shakespeare by the Sea.
Suzanne Dean is the Associate Artistic and Development Director for Los Angeles based Shakespeare by the Sea; Co-Founder/Associate Artistic Director of Little Fish Theatre; a freelance film/video producer; and an actress. She has been a part of SBTS since 2000. An active member of the international Shakespeare Theatre Association, she serves on the Shakespeare’s Legacy 400 (1616-2016) Committee as the Lead of the We Are Shakespeare Digital Video Festival. Suzanne also contributes as a grant writer and development consultant for non-profit arts organizations in Los Angeles and the Bay Area.
After appearing on the SBTS stage many times, and assistant directing The Tempest last year, Cy Brown is very excited to be making his first full length directing debut with SBTS. He has recently directed The 39 Steps and ever popular Pick of the Vine short plays series for Little Fish Theatre.
Lisa Coffi , Founder & Producing Artistic Director of Shakespeare by the Sea, is delighted to present the 19th season of Shakespeare plays, delivered under the stars at locations throughout Southern California. She has an MFA in Theatre Management from CSU, Long Beach, and a BFA from CSU, Sacramento. Lauded as “Pedro’s Playmaker” by Random Lengths News.
This season, Shakespeare by the Sea presents two brand new productions staged at venues throughout the South Bay. Performances of Cymbeline and Othello will take place during July and August and this morning, we’re going to learn what audiences can expect.
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Our Topic is Institutional Abuse in Examining Child Abuse and Custody Transfer
We will be discussing :
The Medical/ Psychiatric Oligarchy – Yale Medical Center
The controversy surrounding the diagnosis and treatment of Lyme Disease
The use of toxic psychiatric diagnoses to support transfer of children from Protective Parents into the hands of institutions (medical kidnapping or DCF)
The Board of Ed. - Budgets and the Medically Sick Child –
School Principles/School Psychologists Join the Parent/School Tug of War
Your Local Police – Prosecutorial Discretion Immunity and the Good old Boys' and Girls' Network
Local Politics and the Country Club Community – Raising Consciousness.........
“Not In Our Community”
Ready Set Go – The Sides Are Drawn – You think you have Parental Rights.....
Every Case the FCVFC agrees to take on represents hundreds of other clients in the same position. We Must Hear Their Voices.
PTSD, DISABILITIES AND THE COURTS: EQUAL ACCESS FOR ALL?
Did you know that as many as 85% of women who experience Intimate Partner Violence have PTSD? Some studies say a little less, but no matter which study you read, the numbers are alarming.
Did you know that in courts a person with PTSD or other disability is often accused of being “crazy,” or lying to manipulate the court rather than being recognized as a person with a disability?
Just because some disabilities are not visible doesn’t mean they are not included under federal regulations. People with PTSD may qualify for taking breaks in the proceedings, may be able to get extensions on deadlines, may be able to testify in court from a safe room or even on the phone. Courts are mandated to accommodate to ensure equal access to the justice system, but how can we get them to do it?
Dr. Karin Huffer is doing something about that.
Dr. Huffer is an adjunct professor at John Jay College of Criminal Justice in New York, and knows plenty about the law, disability accommodation, and domestic violence. She is starting a program at John Jay to teach people how to be advocates for those whose disabilities are exploited and not accommodated in court, even when those people are representing themselves.
Learn more about what an Equal Access Advocate can do, how to learn to be one and get one, and find how this whole thing can work to help women deal with and get their rights in courts. Join us Saturday with Dr. Karin Huffer and information about equal access and the courts.
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