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Welcome back to WHR You Decide!
We are honored and pleased to announce our next special guest host, Peter Kent, stuntman and acting double for Arnold Schwarzenegger!
Peter will join us to discuss charities for children, who he feels are necessary and vital to the protection and support of children and their families. Charities that help children are at the top of my list when it comes to donations. There's nothing more compelling than a sick, injured, or under-educated child in need.
We look forward to you joining us for an exciting interview with Peter Kent!
Children Radio show By children for children.
Olivia Y. Mississippi and her little sister Barbour Mississippi having Lived through foster care wanted to do something to inspire and encourage other children that have gone through this or any other life experience they may need to talk about.
The names was Olivia Y Mississippi idea based on a law suit done in Mississippi olivia y v barbour
Olivia Y Mississippi wanting to be a Attorney was inspired by the work Marcia Lowry has done to help children.
Olivia Y Mississippi will decide what the show is about. Take calls from other children. Also she will Facebook and tweet other children. This show was created to be a voice for Children and to help children that may need a healthy outlet and may not have one.
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Radio continues to give a voice to thousands of children across the developing world
During 2015: Radio continues to be the most important tool to provide young people with information and give a voice to children across the developing world, many of whom live in remote or disaster-prone areas, says child rights organisation Plan International.
From early and forced marriage to child abuse, children across the world are using community radio and participatory radio initiatives to voice their opinion on a range of issues that affect their lives. They are also using the power of radio to advocate for their rights, support other young people and make themselves heard.
Keba Cairo is an extraordinary mom, a generous giver, and a dedicated advocate for safety. She has spent over 10 years working to educate and inform communities across the tri-state area about various safety topics. Keba has practiced her passion for education, community outreach and marketing for some of New York City’s top agencies, including: NYC Department of Health and Mental Hygiene (DOHMH), and the Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA).
After her son’s negative reaction to seeing news reports of the tragic shooting at Sandy Hook elementary school, Keba saw an education opportunity. Emphasizing the importance of her son’s voice, Keba encouraged him of “speaking out” against things that seemed suspicious or dangerous. Keba didn’t stop by teaching her own kids about safety, she then published a children’s book entitled: Don’t Snooze On Clues! (2014), which encourages ALL children to “speak out.” The book is a fun and easy way for educators and parents alike to start what can be considered a “difficult” conversation on safety.
Keba has shifted her career focus full-time to protecting the welfare of children across the country. She visits schools, camps, libraries, and after-school programs encouraging and teaching children the book’s theme (and New York City’s slogan) “If you see something, say something.”
Keba Cairo lives in the New York City area with her two amazing children and husband. A big part of Keba’s life is her service work, in addition to, regularly devoting her time to various organizations and charities, Keba continues to work diligently to promote violence prevention to children across the country. Visit www.dontsnoozeonclues.com for more information.
Award-winning wildlife photographer and environmental educator David FitzSimmons is on a mission to get children to fall in love with animals of the ocean by making reading as engaging and educational as a swim in the sea. Listen to his conversation with Big Blend Radio hosts Nancy J. Reid & Lisa D. Smith, about 'Curious Critters Marine', the third book in his popular Curious Critters children's picture book series. The first 2 books in the Curious Critters series have won nine national book awards and sold over 100,000 copies. Learn more and see David's photography at www.Curious-Critters.com.
This interview originally aired on May 31, 2015 on Big Blend Radio's Champagne Sundays variety show, that broadcasted live from the historic Coronado Motor Hotel in Yuma, Arizona.
Allen and Carolyn Fisher present:
Arming Champions Radio, with special guest
DIFFERENT AND UNIQUE – 2 greats give back – Joel Plyss and Charlie Moreno
This week we welcome a multi-talented entrepreneur and dancer who knows what it means to do what you love and love what you do! Joel started 2PlySwing Productions in 2002 and continues to travel the globe sharing his love of Swing dancing. He has taught in 32 states (and counting!) as well as Australia, Canada, England, France, Germany, Hungary, Italy, New Caledonia, Scotland and Sweden.
In 2011, Joel was inducted into the Camp Hollywood Hall of Fame. Joel is an enthusiastic supporter of communities and promotes working together to help each scene thrive and grow! Join us in hearing about Joel’s prosperous career and how he has coached others to find their passion on the dance floor!
Charlie Moreno is a man that gives back. He has an extensive law enforcement and martial arts background, invests in his local community, and supports many charities. Charlie is also a wrestling coach for a local High School and an Inspector for the California State Athletic Commission. Charlie has seen on TV performing his Inspector duties for a number of televised fights such as Pay-Per View UFC, Showbox, ESPN, Bellator, and most recently on Spike TV during the Glory 21 Kick Boxing tournament which aired on May 8, 2015.
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Join John and Bea from World Paranormal Investigations, LLC every Sunday night from 9-10:30pm EST/6-7:30pm PST as they talk with guests of all genres.
From time to time we will have staff from a haunted location on to share the history and reported activity of that particular location. We encourage both believers and skeptics to call in and share their views, because the field of paranormal investigating is an ongoing learning experience for everyone involved. The show will also be open to discussions, movie reviews, reaching out to charities to help spread the word, etc. So TOMB in, sit back and enjoy the ride! We can guarantee that the show is so entertaining....Remember, "if you haunt it, we will come!"
"Iwogs Adventures in Bully Blues is an enlightening story that brings an awareness of an important issue in today's society, bullying. This book is a must read for every classroom and home. The charming characters emanate the emotions so many children feel and are unable to express."
This book also comes with some information about how to recognize bullying and how to prevent and stop it.
This story is a picture book that many children will be able to relate to and will help them handle it.
Drawing circles, ideas for children ages 3-6, for early learning though music. Music lessons ideas everyone can teach, no matter their experience level. In this lesson, we will be talking about using circle for notes, color to pitch and circle activities that reinforce music note retention.
Stacy Pagos Haller is President and CEO of BrightFocus Foundation. She joined the organization (then known as American Health Assistance Foundation) in 2010, bringing more than 25 years of executive experience in the nonprofit sector.
With her extensive background and unique perspective, Haller has compiled an impressive record of moving organizations to the next level of success.
Before coming to BrightFocus, Haller served as Executive Director of CureSearch National Childhood Cancer Foundation, the world’s largest children’s cancer research organization.
For ten years prior, Haller was a consultant to a broad range of nonprofits, helping institutions achieve their strategic goals. Clients included the American Red Cross, Baltimore Symphony Orchestra, Community Housing Foundation International, Gallaudet University, LaSalle University, Mercy Hospital Fairfield, The National AIDS Fund, YMCA of Metropolitan Los Angeles, and the National Rehabilitation Hospital.
Haller helped create one of the first outcomes measurement training programs for nonprofits. She team-taught best practices for measuring program effectiveness to hundreds of professionals and organizations.
She launched her career at Georgetown University, where she held increasingly responsible jobs, culminating in the position of Executive Director for Regional Advancement. In that capacity, she led efforts to coordinate and integrate alumni affairs, development, and university relations nationally and internationally.
A graduate of Mount Holyoke College, Haller is a Board member of America’s Charities.
Live Chat with Fabian Marley but is he the First Born for BOB MARLEY as He Claim
Fabian Marley was born on the 27th of July 1968 to Raphie Munroe and Bob Marley,in Kingston 12 At a later age Fabian and his mother relocated to Eastern Kingston,
His first encounter with the music was with the Rainbow Band where he met with The Skattaliets and learn music the orthodox way from people like Jonny Dizzemore Roland Alphanso and other members from the band his first instrument was the Harmonica then he learn to play the piano and further on he went on to play other instrument's. The band sounds of rainbow start creating their own album they took one single from their album and started their own distribution, then they had a miss fortune, a few of the members past away leaving only Fabian the drummer and the lead guitarist, they found members and at this time Fabian became the lead singer. In the band then they re-recorded some of the tracks from the first album with some new ones.
Fabian Marley started recording with the All Fruits Studio in Rock fort, Cave Man Studio and Afari Studio which is located in the constant spring area ..... all the mix and mastering has been done at the Tuff Gong Studio and Anchor Studio, Fabian's vision is to continue the work that his father started spreading the gospel of reggae music all over the world. in the future Fabian wishes to build a solid music industry, where we can teach the younger generation how to play instrument's and how to sing on keys And to appreciate the roots reggae music like the rest of the world, Fabian's hope is to start charities to help the disable and the unfortunate children.
Join us as our host, Carol McDaniel, sits down with guest Connie Guinn.
Connie is the Director of Annual Giving and Volunteer Resources in the Foundation at All Children’s Hospital Johns Hopkins Medicine. She is responsible for annual giving programs and also oversees in-hospital and community volunteers. She has been with the hospital since July 2013.
Before joining All Children's, Connie worked at Children's Healthcare of Atlanta. She continued her pediatric healthcare fundraising career by serving as Director of Children's Miracle Network/Annual Fund at Children's Hospital of Georgia and then as Major Gift Officer for Georgia Regents Medical Center and Children's Hospital.
Connie lives with her husband and two kids in St. Petersburg, FL and loves being just minutes from beautiful beaches.
To learn more about Connie, All Children’s Hospital Foundation and available career opportunities, tune in Wednesday, May 20 at 12:30 p.m. EST. Remember to follow the backchannel on twitter! #ACHradio
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