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Garrett brings back recent Guest Takeover Host, Mary Lou Munroe Rey! Mary Lou will be live from Brisbane, Australia!
The hour will be filled with headlines of the day, witty banter and the INSIDE SCOOP on Garrett's new studio album, Blonde Jesus. You'll hear all about the lead single, Gay Wedding - a take off of the popular 1982 iconic hit by Billy Idol, White Wedding.
Mary Lou will be asking all kinds of questions - and turning the interview tables around!
Call 323 657-1493 if you'd like to ask a question and join in the fun!
On Monday, January 26 at 7:00 PM, we’ll talk to two distinguished ladies from the Bronx, who saw a need in their community, and united to address it. The result was an organization that helps families trapped within the shelter system restore their strength. We’ll talk to Gisselle Brea and “La Nena”, the founders of “The G & N Project”. We’ll find out what they do personally to help nurture the spirit of women and families victimized by abuse, and we’ll talk about what motivates them to carry on in their noble pursuit!
Explore their website at www.gandnproject.org or find them on Facebook!!
We gladly take your calls at 646-721-9605. Monday night on The Vent Man channel.
Brain Awareness Day! SYNAPTIK FOUNDATION. Come out to The Learning Tree at 801 Bartholdi Street in the Bronx this Saturday from 1-5pm for Pi and Brain Awareness Day.
Listen and learn more about Brain Awareness Day on The Gist of Freedom
Saturday March 14th
SYNAPTIK FOUNDATION. Come out to The Learning Tree at 801 Bartholdi Street in the Bronx this Saturday from 1-5pm for Pi and Brain Awareness Day.
The most complex object in the known universe, the brain, only uses 20 watts of power.
It would require a nuclear power plant to energize a computer the size of a cit block to mimic
your brain. Brain Awareness Day! LavonneHunter@gmail.com
Lavonne Hunter earned a dual BA in Psychology and Special Honors Curriculum, and MS in Secondary Adolescent Education in Biological Sciences from Hunter College. Trained as a research scholar in neurobiology, Ms. Hunter served as the Science Learning Coordinator of the Minority Access to Career (MARC) program coaching MARC scholars, and taught the fundamentals of biomedical research to undergraduates for two years before teaching adolescents. Celebrating her 11th year in New York City classrooms, Ms. Hunter currently teaches 8th Grade Science in the Bronx
O Ms. Hunter actively shares her work presenting workshops on student-led and place-based learning for the World Maker Faire, Alternative Education Resource Organization, and Math for America. Ms. Hunter garners inspiration from two quotes:
1. “Start where you are, with what you have, make something of it, and never be satisfied” – George Washington Carver
2. “The problem with the US educational system is that it rewards students for answering questions they never asked”.
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