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Wednesday, May 27, 6pm EDT: On this week’s radio program Mitchell interviews renowned author and co-founder of the non-profit organization, Partnerships for Change, Jacqueline Miller.
Jackie is the author/anthologist originally with Jack Canfield of the book Heart at Work.Jackie spearheaded this pioneering book, which tells stories and provide strategies for building self-esteem and reawakening the soul at work.
Buy the book Heart at Work here.
Jackie Miller is an internationally recognized expert, consultant, and speaker in the arena of self-esteem. With her husband, Andrew Michael, she co- founded and currently serves as the President of Partnerships for Change. This organization is dedicated to the acceleration of social, economic, environmental and personal transformation as well community self-reliance.She has also served as an executive for several U.S. corporations such as Sara Lee Corporation, Shasta Beverages and Capri Sun, Inc., and PHH Corporation, she has deepened her understanding and appreciation of workplace issues.Heart at Work has recently been newly released with entirely new stories of inspiration and will be available through A Better World. Mitchell has written a chapter in this latest edition as well..Tune in for this re-airing of an inspiring dialogue between these two colleagues and good friends.
On our June 2015 Recording 'Mary Magdalene' (avilable from www.hereonearth.ca) Red and The Council of Elders, channeled through deep trance medium Krow Fischer, talk about the Mystery Schools that Jesus and Mary's families were part of. We wondered about these schools. We want to know what they were teaching, what was the lineage of these schools, Greek or Druid or Egyptian origins? Or were there many of them with all the different teachings, Tibetan, Indian, Chinese as well as the western nations?
We are so curious about the spiritual education systems of times gone by. I bet you all will have tons of questions after listening to the Mary Magdalene recording that you can bring to this discussion.
I WAS AT A CHURCH MEETING MONDAY NIGHT AND WE DISCUSSED A REQUEST FROM AN ORGANIZATION FOR MONEY FOR SCHOOL SUPPLIES IN AREA PUBLIC SCHOOLS. AND I THOUGHT TO MYSELF: WHERE DOES ALL THE TAX MONEY GO TO SUPPORT THEM? I MEAN, REALLY, MY PROPERTY TAXES GO UP FOR SCHOOLS EVERY YEAR AND MORE AND MORE KIDS ARE BEING PULLED OUT OF PUBLIC SCHOOLS EVERY YEAR, SO WHAT IS GOING ON?
NOW LET MY MAKE THIS CLEAR. I AM A PRODUCT OF PUBLIC SCHOOLS AND I KNOW THAT A FREE SOCIETY NEEDS THEM TO MAKE SURE THAT ALL KIDS GET AN EDUCATION, BUT WHY ARE THEY FAILING YET COSTING MORE AND MORE? AND I KNOW THAT IT'S NOT THE TEACHERS. OH, SURE, THERE ARE A FEW BAD APPLIES IN ANY PROFESSION, BUT BY AND LARGE THEY WORK HARD, SPEND MONEY OUT OF THEIR OWN POCKETS TO HELP NEEDY STUDENTS, AND PICK UP MORE AND MORE EXTRA DUTIES WHILE THE ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF GROWS AND GROWS EACH YEAR.
WE'LL DISCUSS THIS AT 9 TUESDAY NIGHT. I'LL GIVE YOU MY TWO CENTS WORTH AND HOPEFULLY IT WILL GET US ALL THINKING ABOUT WHAT IS SO DREADFULLY WRONG TODAY. THIS WILL PROBABLY BE A GOOD LEAD IN TO THURSDAY NIGHT'S COMMON CORE DISCUSSION. SEE YOU THEN.
Dr. Ramel Smith discusses "Building A Better Man:
Blueprint For Decreasing Violence and Increasing Prosocial Behavior in Men,"
a book/workbook/guide Dr. Smith co-authored with his colleages Dr.
William Seymour and Dr. Hector Torres. "Building a Better Man
presents a theory and science based discussion of masculinity in
modern America, but it also does much more than that--it interweaves
a diverse group of compelling personal stories with an exploration of
aggression and masculinity in the socialization of boys and men.
Where other programs tend to subtly denigrate men as perpetrators and
focus on stopping the problematic behavior, Building a Better
Man tries to understand the external forces that impinge on the
developmental experiences of boys/men and broadens the scope of
inquiry into their behavior by reviewing a range of external societal
forces that contribute to the problems."
Rapid expansion in adoptions and use of mobile devices in schools has the potential to impact almost every aspect of education. A new report, "Mobile Technology for K-12 Education," sponsored by mobile learning company, Amplify, and conducted by education market research experts at IESD, reveals details about the current status of mobile technology in our schools. The question is, what are publishers and developers who serve the school market doing in terms of their product marketing plans and their sales approaches as we move away from the a textbook centric K-12 sales environment to an environment where smartphones, tablets, and other mobile computing devices are the primary delivery envelope? Host Glen McCandless asks K-12 market researcher, Jay Sivin-Kachala, of IESD, to provide his perspective.
The Delightful Festival- Celebrates the vibrant Immigrant Community of Jamaica, Queens, by presenting a series of FREE evenings of Ethnic Music and Film.
Friday, June 5th
African (Nigerian) Delights
Saturday, June 6th
African (Ghanaian) Delight
Friday, June 12th
Asian (Bangladeshi) Delights
Saturday, June 13th
Asian (Indian) Delights
Friday, June 19th
Caribbean (Haitian) Delights
Saturday, June 20th
Caribbean (Jamaican) Delights
Friday, June 26th
Latino (TBD) Delights
Saturday, June 27th
Latino (TBD) Delights
Join host Petula Beckles, as she speaks with the President of the Jamaica Arts Council, Greg Mays about "A Better Jamaca" and the upcoming festivites of the Delightful Festival.
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