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Join Writestream Co-founder and Tuesday host Daria Anne on January 19 when she welcomes Marina Fontaine, author of the new sci-fi dystopia Chasing Freedom to the show:
Marina Fontaine is a Russian by birth, an American by choice, and an unrepentant book addict.Because of her background, she has always appreciated an opportunity to discover, share and support pro-freedom literature. She runs Small Government Book Fan Club on Goodreads, Conservative-Libertarian Fiction Alliance group on Facebook, and a personal commentary/review blog, Marina’s Musings.
In addition, she is a part of the Creators’ Team at Liberty Island website, where she contributes book reviews and occasional creative work. Two years ago, she entered a Liberty Island flash fiction contest with a story that became an inspiration for Chasing Freedom, her first novel.
Marina lives in New Jersey with her very supportive husband, three children and four guinea pigs, working as an accountant by day and a writer by night. Her other interests include hard rock music, action movies and travel.
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Rádio Angola (RA): Tivemos o privilegio de entrevistar o Francisco Viena, Secretário Provincial da CASA-CE em Benguela, em entrevista que deu hoje à Rádio Angola disse que o seu partido está a crescer em termos de número de militantes, e sobre os problemas que afectam os cidadãos de Benguela, segundo Viena, a CASA-CE tem contribuído com ideias apesar de alguns bloqueios que têm sofrido por parte do Executivo Angolano.
Sobre os seis anos que se assinala hoje 5 de Fevereiro, da entrada em vigor da Constituição da República, para Francisco Viena, a Constituição Republica garante o exercício da cidadania, mas do ponto de vista prático, esses direitos são molestados pelas autoridades governamentais, deu como exemplo o processo dos 15+2.
Entrevista conduzida por Jesse Lufendo
Perguntas e sugestões podem ser enviadas para email@example.com. 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.
In observance of Human Trafficking Awareness Month in January, Casa de Esperanza will be partnering with Friends of Farmworkers to host a discussion about labor trafficking. Presenters are Liz Chacko and Kate Brown, Friends of Farmworkers.
ERIC BURCH and MARC B. LEE join forces to create the weirdest SUPER BOWL PARTY known to man.
With our computers, webcam and personal appearances, the participants will enjoy attendence from around the world as we log in and watch what is sure to be one of the most fantastic Super Bowls in recent history.
Notify Eric and I of your appearance and we will add you to the party via Facebook Messenger. Casa Burch-Sanchez will have a webcam link so anyone can peek in on their shananigans, chewing wings in our faces and taking off multiple layers of clothing due to the acoholic beverages lying around. Prizes goes to "Best Butt Tattos" and "Longest Beer Pong Shot". Grand prize goes to "Best Group of Drunkards by Halftime".
Join us as we cheer on our favorite team (Broncos) and rate every single SUPER BOWL commerrcial from 0-10. (I'm sure they'll be a couple of zeroes.)
Join us for a conversation with author Tiffany King to discuss her book, Messages to Our Daughters, a project that was originally intended as a guide to her daughter about protection and safety. King decided to turn those messages into a guide for all young women to follow. Topics covered include: how to be better aware of manipulators and abusers, the art of self-love, and tips to increase your safety.
Listen to youth from Casa de Esperanza talk about their take on healthy relationships for Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month!
Even parents who work in the domestic violence field don't have all the answers when it comes to talking to their children about healthy relationships, domestic violence and sexual assault. Nallely Castro Montoya, Youth Initiatives Specialist and Lois Gutierrez, Youth Family Advocate, will speak with Rosario de la Torre, Community Advocacy and Partnerships Manager and Ivette Izea Martinez, Community Engagement Manager, about successes and challenges they've faced when talking to their children about these important topics.
Join us for a Blog Talk Radio session with Ana Isabel Vallejo, Co-Director and Attorney with Vida Legal Assistance, an organization located in Miami to talk about Human Trafficking. During this interactive session, the presenter will address several questions related to this topic, including labor trafficking.
Generation after generation,our Black families have suffered through slavery, poverty, and drug addictions.
With that being said, there have been instances where Black children have been placed in the system under the umbrella of foster care and then sometimes adoption. What is the system like that has been taken from their family? Does it matter that their are cultural differences between what white people think and what Black people think is different such as the way you discipline your child? What is a CASA or Guardian Ad litem?
We will discuss this matter and discuss how we can be more involved in caring for our own.
Rádio Angola (RA): Tivemos o privilégio de entrevistar o deputado e vice-presidente da coligação - CASA-CE, Lindo Bernardo Tito, que falou de vários aspectos da vida social e Politica de Angola: 1- A relação entre a Casa CE e o MDM de Moçambique, 2- A abertura do ano Parlamentar e, a augencia do titular do Poder Executivo na abertura, 3- Caso dos 17 jovens do processo de Golpe de Estado, 4- Congresso da Casa-Ce, 5- A passagem de Coligação para Partido Politico. Entrevista conduzida por Simão Hossi Sonjamba.
Perguntas e sugestões podem ser enviadas para firstname.lastname@example.org. 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!
Our guest this morning is the Honorable Mayor Steve Aspel of Redondo Beach.
Steve was born in Inglewood and grew up in Westchester. In 1976, he moved to Redondo Beach and has been living there ever since. Steve lived in North Redondo for 16 years, 6 in District 3 and 10 years in District 5 before settling in District 1. After living in different parts of the city he realize that each area is unique and special, but every neighborhood is still Redondo and collectively makes the city the beautiful place it is. In 1990, he married Pam, his best friend from high school. Pam had 2 kids, Kristen and Pat, from a previous relationship and soon after they were married they had two additional children, Catie and Brett. All 4 of their children attended Redondo Beach Schools, played AYSO, Little League and Softball. Pam and Steve have been very involved in the community as AYSO volunteers, board members, coaches and referees for over 20 years. Steve served as a Planning Commissioner from 2001 to 2005. He served as the District 1 Council Member from 2005 through 2013 when he ran for Mayor and won the election in 2014.
This morning, we’re going to hear some of what the Mayor will focus on during the State of the City Address, which will take place on Tuesday, February 16 at the Crowne Plaza Redondo Beach & Marina Hotel at 7 a.m.
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