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On Today’s episode of Mixed Race Radio we will meet Professor Robert Chao Romero, the son of a Mexican father from Chihuahua and a Chinese immigrant mother from Hubei in central China. Dr. Romero is an Associate Professor at UCLA’s Chavez Department of Chicana/o Studies and Department of Asian American Studies. He considers himself fortunate to be able to study himself for a living and he allows his dual cultural heritage to serve as the basis for his academic studies. His research examines Asian immigration to Latin America, as well as the large population of “Asian-Latinos” in the United States. He is also interested in the role played by religion in social activism. His first book, The Chinese in Mexico, 1882-1940 (2010), tells the forgotten history of the Chinese community in Mexico and it received a Latino-Studies-Section-Book-Award from the Latin American Studies Association. Romero received his J. D. from UC Berkeley and his Ph.D. in Latin American history from UCLA. When he is not a professor, he is a pastor and director of Christian Students of Conscience, an organization which trains and mobilizes students in issues of race and social justice from a faith-based perspective. He is also the author of Jesus for Revolutionaries: An Introduction to Race, Social Justice, and Christianity (October 2013).
Mixed Race Radio discusses the mixed race and multicultural life experience using discussions of hot topics, book & movie reviews, and personal interviews with you: a person with an opinion and a story to tell. By creating a dialogue we are creating a safe space in which people will gather to share and learn. Mixed Race Radio educates, inspires and encourages people of all colors and from all cultures to celebrate the similarities.WON’T YOU JOIN US?
On the October 23, 2013 episode of Liberal Dan Radio: The simplest breakdown between the two main sides of the political spectrum is if you need more government or if you need less government. So I want to have that discussion today. Where are the places where more government intervention is needed? Where are the places where less government intervention is needed?
Many of the people who are against the Affordable Care Act believe that it is a governmental power grab. They believe that it is government run wild and that government shouldn't have a place at the table. They believe in free market solutions. Do they work? Is full government intervention the answer? I will look at Texas (of all places) to show where a good mix of government and private ownership may be able to bring a better solution.
The recent case regarding the arrest of two students after a bullied girl killed herself has also opened the discussion of if we need more or less government. Is bullying a right of passage that government has no right to interfere with? Would cracking down on bullying by making it a crime violate free speech rights? Or does the right to be kept free of harm enable he state to come down and place strict penalties for those who wish to torture and torment other people.
A campaign flyer in New Orleans was published before the last election seeking to turn voters away form voting for an openly gay candidate. Should there be stricter laws dealing with such mailers or would that also be a violation of free speech rights?
I will also look back at the Erin Cox case and check for updates.
Those issues, tweet of the week, headlines, words of redneck wisdom and more, tonight on Liberal Dan Radio: Talk From The Left, That's Right.
If you are listening to the show during the podcast and want to voice your opinion on the issues heard, go to liberaldan.com.
It's our 10th episode of Government Contracting A to Z! Kevin is stoked to talk today with Jack Siney of SmartProcure.
With Jack, Kevin will discuss:
How to spy on your competition. How to turn public data into a competitive advantage. How using a tool like SmartProcure can help increase your win percentage
Companies want to sell to Chinese millionaire buyers and need to know the protocol of how to do it. During this episode of Modern Civility with Cynthia Lett, Ms. Lett and Robert W. Frye, CPP (certified protocol professional) will talk about the cultural nuances and business etiquette needed to capture sales from the newly wealthy and mostly young Chinese millionaires who live in or visit Western countries. They explore the growth of the market for high end luxury goods coveted by this market and how companies who wish to sell their brands should be practicing proper etiquette to do so.
Explored will be where this market has emerged, the cultural etiquette you need to know and understand in order to make a great impression and build relationships with this market.
Isaac Ho is the author of four novels including the fast paced thriller The Repatriation of Henry Chin, the gritty crime drama Death in Chinatown, and the noir comedy Hell is Full of Strippers. His latest novel The Chinese Delivery Man is inspired by the true life murders of New York Chinese delivery men. Isaac wrote and produced the indie feature 1,001 Ways to Enjoy the Missionary Position, an Orwellian drama starring Amanda Plummer. As a playwright, Isaac won the SF Weekly Black Box Award for his play Along For the Ride. Isaac holds an MFA in Screenwriting from UCLA. http://www.scriptenabler.com/isaachowriter/
A Republican Form of Government
1. What is the form of government guaranteed to us by the Constitution?
"The United Staes shall guarantee to every State in this Union a Republican Form of Government, and shall protect each of them against Invasion ..." Article 4. Section. 4 U.S Constitution.
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IS THE US GOVERNMENT IN FORECLOSUREJoin us this Sunday Nov 2 on the “INSIGHTFUL HOUR” for another powerful show. This week we welcome back our brotha and friend Dr. Ali Muhammad. We will ask him the question “IS THE US GOVERNMENT IN FORECLOSURE?” As some of you may know he will be here in Ohio next weekend lecturing in Cleveland, Cincinnati and Columbus Nov 8-10. Going in dept with this information. So Sunday’s show will serve as an appetizer for the lectures the following week. So please spread the word and tell a friend and relative. We are on air from 6-8pm