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Pt 2 of the speech, its important to listen and come up with your conclusions.
Blacks have very few radically leaders let to push America to think about where we have been and where we are going. No matter if you agree with the Nation or not! Everyone has something to say. James 1:19 New International Version (NIV)
My dear brothers and sisters, take note of this: Everyone should be quick to listen, slow to speak and slow to become angry,
Its time to think outside of the box open our hearts and minds to something that is real and the Holy Spirit Gudie you.
The FAA let slip the SFAR one more time. This sequel is bordering on the obtuse, but gives us plenty to discuss as we share commentary on the ramifications for the U.S. UAS community. On the bright side... We’ll be discussing the upcoming Small Unmanned Systems Business Exposition set for July. Last but not least… The Berkeley, Drone Town Hall Meeting. This one has almost a serial quality as the dynamic duo head back to Berkeley California to espouse the potential of unmanned systems technology.
Bestselling author, Dr Rita Louise's unique gift as a medical intuitive and clairvoyant illuminates and enlivens her work. Author of the books, Man-Made: The Chronicles Of Our Extraterrestrial Gods; Avoiding The Cosmic 2X4; and, Dark Angels: An Insider's Guide To Ghosts, Spirits & Attached Entities and The Power Within, she credits early childhood influences for the direction her life would take. This episode will move us into realms where Gods are extraterrestrial, creation was engineered, and mythology, the Bible, and modern UFOlogy contain parallels. By the age of 8, Rita began searching for spiritual self-discovery, pursuing topics from health and wellness to philosophy and the esoteric arts and sciences, as well as exploring her deep interest in archeology and human origins. Later, she graduated from Berkeley Psychic Institute, where she studied meditation, energy medicine, and learned how to perform clairvoyant readings. Since graduation, Rita has gained a Naturopath degree, as well as a Ph.D. in Natural Health Counseling, and has earned the distinction of Reiki Master and Certified Hypnotherapist.
Continued here: http://truthconnections.wordpress.com/2013/03/12/dr-rita-louise/
Corinne Jan graduated from UC Berkeley with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology and then attended the University of California, San Francisco, where she received a Bachelors of Science degree in Nursing and public health nurse certification Today, she continues to involve herself with work that focuses on advocating for Asian immigrants’ rights, equal access, and healthcare for seniors. In 2012 when the State budget cuts virtually decimated Family Bridges’ two adult day healthcare sites, Corinne lead her team to testify in 186 fair hearings representing their frail seniors who had been denied services. Over 95% of those hearings were successful with an administrative law judge ruling that comprehensive healthcare services for over 200 monolingual chronically ill seniors would be restored.
She previously served and continues to volunteer on boards and on committees such as the California Association of Adult Day Services, Neighborhood Law Corps, Asian Advisory Committee on Crime, the Oakland Police Department Recruitment Division, the Oakland Chinatown Lion’s Club, the Alameda County Community Food Bank and the Oakland Asian Cultural Center.
Last year Corinne was honored by the Center for Elders Independence for her leadership and commitment to serving Bay Area seniors. In 2005, Corinne was honored by UC Berkeley as a recipient of the prestigious national Peter E. Haas award for community service. She has also received recognition for her work from the Alameda County Bar Association, Social Security Administration, Asians for Corporate and Community Action and the City of Oakland, from both the City Council and Office of the Mayor.
Today we celebrate the life and legacy of El Hajj Malik El Shabazz with muscian, Steve Wilson, activist and MOVE member Ramona Africa with poet/teacher, Malcolm Shabazz Hoover; filmmaker, writer, educator, Chike Nwoffiah; and professor, historican, Manu Ampim. We feature the music of Soulfege. The event honoring Judi Bari, that Ramona Africa speaks of in her interview is Sunday, May 23, 7 PM at La Peña Cultural Center, 3105 Shattuck Avenue, Berkeley, CA 94705 USA. The event is hosted by Revolutionary Ecology Earth First! and Headwaters Coalition and is free though donations are accepted. It is in recognition of the 20th anniversary of the bomb atack on Earth First! activist Judi Bari with speakers, music & film. Sponsored by Earth First and Headwaters coalition. For more info: 510-548-3113.. We open with music from Meklit & Quinn's Bring it Home to Me and Robert Glasper's Double Booked/Butterfly.
I'll be welcoming the man behind the mission of PCs for Vets, Mr. Michael Baker
Michael Baker is the Founder of PCs4Veterans, and a decorated combat wounded disabled Veteran, honorably discharged from the U.S.M.C.
He has started 2 companies prior to founding PCs4Vets one of which developed proprietary software and implemented a new management system for its industry.
Nationally recognized and published professional franchising expert with 14 years of experience revamping programs helping small to medium sized franchisors achieve a national presence
He attended college at SIU Carbondale and studied practical application theory for over 2 years with internationally renowned business mentors in Southern California and Virginia, attended Cal Berkeley for post graduate study, and also worked as a mental health coordinator with ongoing training provided by Mayo Clinic in Rochester MN. .
Life Changing Insights with Dr. Alan Simberg with Guest Belinda Farrell
As a Certified Master Hypnotherapist, NLP Master Practitioner, Huna Practitioner, and Reconnective Healing Practitioner, Belinda is effective at getting results and enhancing performance in people’s lives. She graduated from the University of California at Berkeley with a B.A. in English and Spanish. After obtaining a Lifetime Elementary Teaching Credential at Cal State at LA, she taught third grade for five years in Puerto Rico and Los Angeles. She played the character Snow White at Disneyland, was a TV News Reporter for KABC Channel 7 in Hollywood and worked on the staff of Senator Charles H. Percy (Illinois) in Washington, D.C.
Belinda trained with Anthony Robbins (author of Unlimited Power and Awaken the Giant Within), and has effectively used these skills in her own life. In addition to firewalking, (18 times), Belinda was a professional Precision Stunt Car Driver for TV commercials and films. Her credits include ads for Buick, Cadillac, BMW, Volvo, Nintendo, Audi, Toyota, Lexus, AC Delco Spark Plugs and many more. She was a film and stage actress, having co-starred on the TVseries Midnight Caller, in addition to making dozens of industrial films, commercials and voice-overs. Belinda is the mother of two grown children, loves to “workout”, bicycle, rollerblade, snow ski, and just be healthy and have fun.”
We open with Dr. Zenju Earthlyn Manuel, author, visual artist, drummer, and Zen Buddhist priest, lives in Oakland, CA where she teaches at The East Bay Meditation Center and leads a small practice group in her home. She was ordained by Blanche Hartman and her priest training is being guided by Abbess Kiku Christina Lehnherr. Her book Tell Me Something About Buddhism (Hampton Roads Publishing, 2011) includes a foreword written by Thich Nhat Hanh, with poetry and illustrations by Zenju Earthlyn. She is also the author of the Black Angels Cards. Monica Anderson, the founder and owner of Sankofa Events Project Management. www.SankofaEvents.com joins us to celebrate the successful Oakland premiere of Shola Lynch's Free Angela Davis and All Political Prisoners, this past Tuesday. Our next guest Mia Pascal is a woman with many talents. She joins us to talk about her 30 minute solo piece, "Heartbreak Velocity", in two group shows, one at DIVAFest in San Francisco, week 2, May 18, 8 p.m. at the Exit Theatre on Eddy, and the second performance, at The Marsh in Berkeley in its Tell It on Tuesdays solo performances, May 28, 7 (music, 7:30 (show). We close with Meklit Hadero is two parts, with Quinn DeVeaux. The two perform tonight at Davies After Hours Concert bringing an original take on Beethoven's Missa Solemis. Mina Girgis, Executive Dir. and co-founder with Meklit of The Nile Project, close the morning show. It is, as is said, all the way LIVE (smile). Visit thenileproject.org
As a heterosexual diversity professional, I have had connections to the LGBT community for my entire life. And I am a devout Christian. My children's godfather is gay. A very close personal friend of our family was gay. And I have had lesbian friends for many years. For me, it's just the way it is…some people are straight like me. Some people are not. And in that spirit I openly endorsed the Massachusetts court ruling on same sex marriage in 2004, much to the horror of some of my would be friends and clients. Now nine years later LGBT and same sex marriage issues are part of our everyday conversation. And today, to shed light on a very personal experience of what it's like to live in the LGBT community, my guest is Simma Lieberman. My friend for many years. A well respected diversity and inclusion consultant from Berkeley, California. And a lesbian mother who recently shared her evolution on same sex marriage following the death of her partner of 18 years, Sandra Brown. Her commentary was just published on the CNN website…and its heartwarming account of two women in love will cause you to re-examine your own perspective on LGBT issues. Stop long enough and listen to today's show. And share the interview with your friends and colleagues so that you can explore LGBT issues with greater clarity and confidence.
Visit's Carole blog posting and link to the CNN article featuring Simma Lieberman:
Cardamom Hill launched in January 2012 in Berkeley Heights, an Atlanta neighborhood between upscale Buckhead and the burgeoning Westside. An instant success, the restaurant received praising reviews from John Kessler of the Atlanta-Journal Constitution, Christiane Lauterbach of Atlanta magazine, and Besha Rodell and Cliff Bostock in Creative Loafing. The acclaim universally acknowledged Asha’s pioneering spirit for opening a finer dining venture that focuses on one region of India, a rarity in the U.S.
The communal setting in which Chef Asha Gomez learned to cook remains a vital source of inspiration, and she especially enjoys introducing the cuisine and culture of Kerala through cooking classes she teaches nationwide. The classes she teaches monthly at Cardamom Hill sell out consistently.
Her Kerala fried chicken, Cardamom Hill’s signature, has been a draw at the Atlanta Food & Wine Festival the last two years and won the People’s Choice award at the city’s first annual Mother Clucker Fried Chicken Festival. She has also been showcased in feature stories in the Atlantan and the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, and her recipes will have appeared in issues of Food & Wine, Bon Appetit, and Country Living. Most recently Cardamom Hill was named one of Bon Appetit’s 50 Best New Restaurants as well as on the 2013 James Beard Semi-Finalist List of 20 Best New Restaurants. Asha was also named one of the 2013 Food & Wine Magazine Best New Chef - People’s Choice semi-finalists.
Most recently Asha launched a new “culinary conversation” called The Third Space, opening in Atlanta – April 2013.
Leland Faust's aquatic career began in Southern California where he established league and school records in the 100 yard butterfly and the 400 yard freestyle. He was a 2-year finalist in the CIF Southern Section Swimming Championships. In water polo, he was twice all league and all CIF Southern Section in his senior year. He pursued his college career at the University of California, Berkeley where he was a 3-year varsity letterman on the CAL water polo teams which were ranked 5th, 4th, and 2nd in the nation and featured two future Olympic medalists. Faust also was a 3-year varsity letterman in swimming were he set the CAL record in the 200-yard butterfly. In 1968, he was team captain and placed in the PAC 8 in the 200-yard butterfly and the 1650-yard freestyle. When he graduated with six varsity letters, he was one of only two aquatic athletes at CAL to earn that honor. For his combination of athletic and academic achievement, he was awarded one of the few NCAA postgraduate scholarships.