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Listen to youth from Casa de Esperanza talk about their take on healthy relationships for Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month!
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.
Como Atraer La Buena Suerte A Tu Casa, este es el tema que vamos a tocar hoy; sin duda tenemos que aclarar que la buena suerte esta al alcance de todos nosotros y lo primero que tenemos que hacer es aceptar esta idea. Lanzar fuera de nosotros el concepto de que esta solo los pertenece a los ricos; que no somos dichosos y que nunca vamos a ver las cosas a nuestra manera. Todo esto es mentira y necesitas aceptarlo para poder realizar los cambios. Tu hogar es uno de los principales lugares donde debes enfocar tu atencion si deberas quieres que la buena suerte llegue a tu vida familiar y personal.
This interview talks about playing tennis in Russia as an up and coming junior player as well as playing collegiate tennis for a division I team. The interview also discusses cardio tennis and the benefits of cardio tennis and the process of getting certified to teach cardio tennis.
@Pronexia -- @LINKEDIN -- Company
I co-founded Pronexia with the aim of changing the face of the industry. Our clients expect a lot from us because we refuse to settle for mediocrity in everything that we do and I look forward to the day when all companies start demanding a lot more, thus forcing the rest of our “competitors” to clean up their act. Mediocrity is a crime – please, don’t be an accomplice.
Let's Do Lunch! visits Jacksonville, Florida to the Casa Marina hotel and their fabulous Penthouse Restaurant. Executive Chef Aaron Webb, celebrating 15 years, joins host Robin Milling preparing a tasting of spicy shrimp saute where you want to sop up the sauce with a spoon, to die for homemade blue chips drizzled with bluecheese and balsamic rosemary reduction, creative crabcakes with Ritz cracker crumbs, and fresh local Mahi Mahi sandwich.
The Casa Marina is the place in town for Chef Webb's signature Sunday buffet brunch with it's eyecatching seafood display, and a destination for weddings featuring a delectable menu for the bride and groom to be. Chef tells Robin he began his culinary career washing dishes at 15, cooking comfort style for his young foodie sons at home; even teaching them the fundamentals of preparing seafood.
Beverage Director Kyle McManus takes Robin behind the bar for a first on Let's Do Lunch! to whip up two of his signature martinis, featuring Raspberry Lemonade and Moonlight martinis. Guests can enjoy other beachfront cocktails that Kyle designed such as the Cucumber Lichee Martini, and the Ex-Boyfriend, ordering off their light-up menu for what Chef Webb describes as 'sexy little tapas' such as Kobe sliders, chorizo and onion, and mini duck confit.
Join us as we welcome Casa De Ruby founder Ruby Corado. Ruby a Trans latina from D.C. runs one of the very very few LGBT org's that are headed by a Trans Woman of color. Ruby recently got approved to open a LGBT shelter in D.C. she will talk to us about that experience as well as her experience opening Casa De Ruby. Ruby is also sponsoring another Trans led organization TWOCC and we will chat about that collaboration as well. Ruby recently got married and we will make girl chat about LOVE!! Loving a Trans woman is Revolutionary! Join us!!
On March 10th at 2pm Eastern, the NLN will be hosting a Blog Talk Radio titled Responding to HIV/AIDS in the Context of Violence Against Latinas: Strategies that Work. This 30 minute discussion will feature Latina activists who will talk about the intersections of violence against women and girls and HIV/AIDS from a culturally specific perspective.
Please feel free to comment on this page with your experiences or thoughts, and please participate in the group discussion on http://www.facebook.com/events/1442361066063701/
This is episode #4 of the Ask a Foster Leader Call-In Show. Ask a Foster Leader is an opportunity for anyone to ask a question about the foster youth experience and to get that question answered by Foster Leaders (those who have triumphed over the obstacles that are traditionally associated with foster care and have become an inspiration to others). Questions will be answered in the order they are received on this event page. If you would like to submit a question privately, please private message the Ask a Foster Leader facebook page or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you are a former foster youth, you have two opportunities to contribute to this discussion. You may comment on the questions on this event page and/or you can join the panel for the live-call in show at 7PM (central) on Tuesday, April 28th, by calling (646) 652-2296.
The topics discussed on this panel will include:
What advice would you have for an individual or organization who is currently (or thinking about) providing mental health services for the foster youth community?
If you aged out of foster care, what would you say your greatest needs were? What where your biggest hurdles? If there was a program that would have taken you in and helped make a smoother transition, would you have participated and what would your expectations for the program be?
When comments designed to motivate, like "Keep your head up" and "Try to stay strong," are not working, what are some ways to encourage/console a youth or young adult who is going through a difficult time?
A discussion about the unique barriers to disclosure of sexual abuse within the Latin@ communities. with special guest Martha Lucia Marin, Managing Director of 1in6 and Pierre Berastaín, Communications and Marketing Coordinator, National Latin@ Network.
Moderator: Heidi Notario.
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