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Aqui les presento algo mas del musica bena del valle De un poco de Tejano asta un poco de Reggeaton algo para toda la gente. La musica de Hoy. 1. Riezgo - Juntos Tu y Yo 2. Pearla Quintanilla - La Basurita 3. Israel Barrera - Cuanto Te Amo 4. JayDos - Me Haces Volar 5. Kelo McKane - Amarte en Secreto 6. Prexto - No Es Nessesario 7. Lux - Por Tu Amor 8. Tactica Una - Por Tu Amor 9. Baby Ray ft Keven & Ery - Como Tu Lo Haces 10. Roberr ft Big E - Que Tengo Que Hacer Encuen
Apostle S. Louis Johnson, a native of Trinity, Mississippi, received his call to the ministry in 1978. During his more than 30 years of ministry, Apostle Johnson has successfully served in many ministerial capacities such as: Sunday School Teacher, Worship Leader, Bible Study Teacher and as President of the Youth for Christ organization at Mississippi Valley State University, in Itta Bena, Mississippi.
WORDBEAT exclusive interview: The Anti-Cultist Poets of The Niger Delta for 100 TPC! Nigerian Poets Ken Bena & Ellis Ebakor discuss 100 Thousand Poets for Change, "Anti-Cultism", and the enlightening of the Niger Delta youth on the dangers of the "cults" or gang involvement. The blessed souljahs and guardians of Nigeria's future are poets that have began a movement across the violent and bloodstained villages of the Delta. Poet and recording artist Ellis Ebakor sings about CHANGE and Poet Ken Bena has published the book "Anti-Cultism" a handbook he has taken to the "secondary" schools where teens have often become recruited into the gangs of the Niger Delta.
Nigeria: Niger Delta Gang Violence Goes Unpunished (Abuja) - For six weeks in July and August 2007, dozens of people were killed and more than 150 injured when armed gangs – competing for a greater share of illegal state government handouts – staged pitched battles in the streets of Port Harcourt, the Rivers State capital. Using automatic weapons, explosives, and machetes, the gangs not only fought each other, but blighted the lives of ordinary Nigerians read further...
The average clothes shopper usually considers three important factors prior to purchase: the garment must be stylish, must fit and must be reasonably priced. Most people generally have become accustomed to the fact that clothing was not built to last. With garments being so cheap, quality has not been the main concern because if it rips or fades, it can easily be replaced. Subsequently, with the manufacturing of these cheap garments comes the exploitation of cheap labor combined with the negativ
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My guest will be Jill Burda, Vice President of Development at Evergreen Foundation in Louisiana. The Foundation supports the work of Evergreen Presbyterian Ministries, that provides services for over 1,000 children and adults with disabilities in six Southern states. Jill will be speaking about fundraising as a profession and providing services for the disabled.
As the demand for certified organic increases, people are becoming more aware of the ingredients in their food, the country of origin and especially the process in which these products are grown or made. It has been a common practice in many 3rd world countries to utilize child labor as well as heinous working conditions in order to be able to produce enough products in order to meet these demands. The Fair Labor movement is trying to do something about it. Wages and labor conditions are measure
Ms. Bená Burda, the President of Maggie's Functional Organics, will talk about the importance of Fair Labor and the intricate process involved in making sure that the certified organic garment that you purchase is, in fact made ethically. It has been with the success of Maggie’s Organics that Burda has become a leader in pushing organic products beyond the world of food. Burda has also volunteered countless hours in developing organic fiber processing standards and working towar
Hey everyone this week I was at the Casely Music Video casting...and I'm preparing for the video on Monday. We are going to have a special guest tonight Bena Shad all the way from Detroit. We will be talking about the real life struggles of being in the industry and how to keep your head up in the game.
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