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Listen to youth from Casa de Esperanza talk about their take on healthy relationships for Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month!
Melanie Steinmann is a mexican/french actress, born in Mexico City .She speaks 3 languages fluently French , Spanish and English.
She started acting at the age of 14 in Mexico city, she was part of the artistic leadership program and won best actress award from her University for the play 39 steps
The 16 year-old starlet, Alyssa Elle, is widely known for her career in acting in such films as Broken Angels, which features her nominated original song ‘Step Away’, Crazy Bitches directed by Jane Clark and her lead role alongside the Nickelodeon teen star Jack Griffo (The Thundermans) ‘Those Left Behind’, which is set for release in 2017.
Sasha Marina was born in Hialeah, Florida. She now lives between, Miami and Los Angeles. Throughout elementary and middle school, she sang in Choruses, played volleyball and basketball, and even had the dream of joining the WNBA. When she hit high school, her interests turned to the Entertainment Industry.
This week special guest Marina Franklin is kind enough to join me on the podcast. We have a great time talking about politics, racism, music and comedy and pretty much vere away from Bill Cosby if you can believe it. It's a very special episode (in the best way) of the Dave Juskow Podcast :)
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The National Latin@ Network and WomensLaw, a project of NNEDV, are excited to announce a partnership for a series of Blog Talk Radios on general questions relevant to domestic violence and sexual assault law in the Latin@ communities. The first of this series will take place on July 29, 2015. In preparation for this first segment and future segments, we would like to invite our community to submit any questions pertaining to domestic violence and sexual assault laws, specifically as these issues affect Latin@ survivors. You may submit your questions by filling out this form. While we cannot provide legal advice, as each case is unique, we hope to provide some useful legal information.
A Radio Angola (RA) tem o privilégio de partilhar com os seus ouvintes o relatório da CASA-SE sobre os recentes confrontos no Huambo entre forças da ordem e membros da seita A Luz do Dia. O relatorio fui apresentado pelo líder da Casa-CE Abel Chivukuvuku, dia 7 de Maio de 2015.
Por Florindo Chivucute
A Rádio Angola – uma rádio sem fronteiras, é um dos projectos da Friends of Angola, onde as suas opiniões e sugestões são validas e respeitadas.
Michael comes by his rootsy bonafides the authentic way, as a true son of the South. From age five, he grew up in Waveland, a small Gulf town in Mississippi that sits between New Orleans and Biloxi. “It’s a very humble, charming town. I loved growing up there,” he says. “My dad was not making any money,” Michael explains, “so my mother cleaned churches to try to pay the bills. We lived in a little camper that had holes in the floor. I remember if you looked straight through the hole in my bedroom floor, you could see the ground underneath. The funny thing is, I thought I had everything in the world. Looking back, all I owned were a few hand-me-down toys, but it didn’t bother me at the time.”
When Michael turned 13, he was discovered by Ann McNair, a singer with both Gospel and Nashville roots. She gave him a guitar, showed him the first three chords, and taught him how to write songs. At 15, Ann got Michael his first indie record deal. But “I knew just being a singer wouldn’t put bread on the table. I also needed to be a musician,” he says. So his entire 16th year, while everyone else was outside playing and getting on, he locked himself up in his bedroom and learned how to play his guitar.
At 17, Michael released a single called “John Wayne and Jesus.” With that song, he received the first-ever Country Christian Music Association (CCMA) “Star of Tomorrow” Covenant Award. “I’ll never forget that night at Ryman Auditorium,” he says, the Ryman being the original location of the Grand Ole Opry. “It gives me chills to this day.”
Only 40 years ago, the concept of wellness reached everyday people.
More affluent societies, have the time and the resources to pursue wellness, as a way of life. Wellness, is still considered a luxury, as consists of managing that fragile string between your mind and your body, covering the connection between your mind and body, with the end in mind.
People live longer than theu used to few decades ago,, they want to leave a legacy behind, they fight for good causes, and, yet, what is happening with the rest of the world? Poverty affects us all, and the fact that you live in an afluent society or in a poor village, with no running water, not able to meet the demand basic needs of food, shelter and medical care, it is not outside your world, wherever you live in the world, wherever you are at in our own journey.
What it takes to change what you don' like in your life? What it takes to turn your dream into reality, now?
When is the right time for you, all of us to extinct poverty? What it takes for everyday people to make a significant difference in their own life for the peple they care and love, for themselves? Is taking a walk in the park enough to keep your life balanced? Is it possible to WALK THE TALK and inspire people to be more?
Do you have the resources to pursue wellness and make that move? Can you move more?
Can you Move somebody's heart, with your story. Today?
Our Special guest today: Ajay Gupta, Peak Performance Strategist, Tony Robbins Team
Radio Presenters:Serah Lister ( London) Marina Nani ( Los Angeles)
Steve Jobs had a vision that changed humanity forever. His dream was bigger than life: one computer for each one of us. Was he dreaming big? Was he obsessing about? Was his dream contagious? Was he a professional dreamer? Was he the believer that inspired people to be more and created a new dimension to everyday's life?
How do you communicate Big Dreams? Do you need spcifics for your Big Idea? Do you attach a dead line to your delivery?
When J.F Kennedy said “This nation should commit itself, before this decade is out, of landing a man on the moon and returning him safely to earth.” he changed the dinamics of limiting beliefs, and the conversation with sceptical scientists from " if we can do this" to " when and how can be done".
Do you only need an action packed plan or takes a lot more to turn dreams into Reality?
Radio Presenters Serah Lister ( London) and Marina Nani ( Los Angeles) Tom Jikomes, Movie Producer ( Chicago Studio)
Live conversations with guests from round the world.
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Are you waiting for the perfect moment to make a decision, take a step towards your dream life?
Why not take this moment and make it perfect? What is holding you back? Who holds you back?
Can you de-hypnotize yourself from the state of struggles?
Are you aware of your powers?
Do you know that you are are always in a trance, and you are the only one who can choose your state of mind. Where your focus goes, your mind goes. Living on the present moment, is a choice that allows you to accept your feelings, your thoughts, with calm and take control of your mind and body.
Why Successful Business people are in a state of active, open attention on the present.
Can you distance yourself from your thoughts and feelings? Can you stop judging everything as good or bad?
What it takes to live in the moment and allow yourself to experience the NOW?
Radio Presenters: Danielle Serpico ( Dublin Studio), Serah Lister ( London Studio) and Marina Nani ( Los Angels Studio) - Founder, Academy of Significance
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Carolyn Bendall, Fashion Critic and blogger (www.carolynbendall.com), discusses subjects, trends, or products within the beauty and fashion industry, focusing on Your True Colours, and how it applies to you, the individual.
Brian Avery and his wife, Marina, have three children with stunning academic credentials, each tracking toward rewarding careers. After entertaining questions about how their children performed so well, and listening to dismissals that not everyone can be a genius, the author is sharing the approach he and his wife took. He is an environmental manager for a steel company in Alabama. Both he and his wife have a formal education in engineering.
The book, Raising Genius, focuses on preparing children for a globally competitive economy wherein specific disciplines are highly rewarded. Helping prepare children for options in tomorrow’s world is the key objective.With a little effort, guidance, and assistance on your part, life options for your child can be dramatically improved.
Raising Genius is an intentional misnomer. Many might dismiss your child’s academic and career success as the result of having a genius IQ, but this is not usually the case. Often what we see as “genius” is the result of focused and applied work over time.
In Raising Genius, the author provides methods, guidance, and strategy to help parents set their children up for academic and career success … success that will enhance options for your child.
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