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The Wake Up Mission Radio Show Hosts Chelene Nightingale and Randy Dees would like to welcome Diana Michaels-Christopher Ph.D.
She is a university lecturer and political analycst as well as...
* Analyst and Election Observer for the Union of Democratic Forces, post Berlin Wall.
*Lecturer,(Developed sever International Relations Programs, the MA for the University of Plovdiv and the Ministry of Defense of Bulgaria, in preparation of the then NATO Accession)
*National Chairwoman of the Women's Union affiliated with the Union of Democratic Forces;
*Developed a Civic Participation Program, funded by the Konrad Adenauer Foundation (through the Democracy Foundation)
* Sole Assignee of Pending Patent for Laval-Archimedes Turbine
Tune in! 30th Show! Featuring Amken; Manilla Road; Hellscream; Resistence; The Erotics, Tri City Villains; 5 Star Grave; Esoteric; The Kennedy Veil; Unconsecrated; Yonder Realm. THEN at 1230a Mouth of the Serpent (brand new released FIRST TIME PLAYED "Bloodrite"!; Kaoskult; Thornspawn and Grimskodd! PLUS A DRINKING GAME!
A show dedicated to "True Life Experiences." The Life & Motivation of Ms. Rutha Harris, Freedom Singer and Civil Rights Activist.
"Ms, Rutha Harris, a lifelong resident of Albany, Georgia the 7th child born to the late Reverend and Mrs. I. A. Harris, founder of the Mt. Calvary Missionary Baptist Church in Albany, GA.
In 1961, Ms. Harris joined the Albany Movement and the Original Freedom Singers, traveling over 50,000+ miles singing for the cause of freedom and raising funds for The Student Non-Violent Coordinating Committee. Ms. Harris was jailed four times along with Dr. King, during the Albany Movement in 1961-62.
Ms. Harris professional career began in 1963 when the Freedom Singers were signed to a recording contract with Mercury Records. She has also recorded with the Landmark Gospel Singers, Georgia Mass Choir, Whitney Houston, and the Georgia Mass Choir. In addition, she has performed in 46 states, the Virgin Islands, Carnegie Hall, Radio City Music Hall, the Civic Opera House in Chicago, Illinois, The United Nations in New York, The NewPort Jazz Festival in Rhode Island, The March on Washington in Washington, D.C., The Smithsonian Institution in Washington, D.C., and The Bahamas Island.
In 2004, Ms. Harris recorded her first CD titled “I’m On The Battlefield”. Also, in 2004 she performed in Pittsburgh, PA for the 50th year celebration of Brown vs. Board of Education."
MXMGBTR Contributor - Ms. Rosalyn Conley
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Mike McCoy and Deanna Reeder discuss the state of civic affairs in the City of Moreno Valley. Marcia Amino will be our guest tonight and specifically discuss the ethics committee issue from yesterday's City Council meeting. We will go over the highlights of yesterday's meeting as well as the agenda for next week's Study Session.
Rev. Diana R. Williams is an ordained Elder, a published Christian author and professional inspirational speaker with over twenty-five years of ministry experience in mobilizing, mentoring, and motivating Christian leaders. One of her spiritual gifts is that of encouragement, thus hope, joy, love and peace are central in her ministry mandate. She is a graduate of Candler School of
Theology, Emory University with a Master of Divinity that awarded dual concentrations in Religion, Health and Science and in Women and Religion.
Rev. Diana R. Williams is authorized to expound scriptures, hold gospel meetings, perform marriages, and celebrate the Sacrament, offer pastoral counseling and conduct clergy visits to the sick. She has the ability to relate practical solutions for success in everyday life situations and relationships. Her services of motivation and encouragement consulting include presentations and productions designed to enrich audiences through individual appearances, one-day seminars or conventions. She is a prolific writer of numerous uplifting Internet articles and Bible studies. Her books; Help To Get Over It, Get Out of The DRY PLACES and You are Set Apart & Transformed all convey messages to exhort people everywhere never to lose heart or give up.
Exploring GOD’S design to deal with the past, present and future, she takes her readers on a journey through the scriptures to garner nuggets of wisdom applicable today.
Often called GOD’S cheerleader, she enthusiastically shares the love of Christ with others. Motivated with a passionate commitment to proclaim GOD’S transformative power and loving kindness, Rev. Diana R. Williams has served as revivalist, guest preacher for campus chapel and Women’s Day services and inspirational speaker for nonprofit organizations, retreats, symposiums, civic groups and social events.
SOCIAL STUDIES , CIVICS
ESEA REAUTHORIZATION & CIVICS
Returning guests all, NCSS's Susan Griffin and Michelle Herczog are joined by Ted McConnell, Executive Director for The Civic Mission of Schools
www.socialstudies.org @NCSSnetwork www.civicmissionofschools.org
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William Bishop, AIA is vice president of Akel, Logan and Shafer, Architects and
Planners, a 50-plus year old Jacksonville architectural firm. He is a graduate of
Lawrence Technological University with a Bachelor of Science in Architecture
and of University of Detroit Mercy with Master of Architecture and MBA
degrees. He has been active in Jacksonville and Florida both professionally
and in the civic arena for over 25 years.
Bill is a two-term Jacksonville City Council Member and served as Council President in 2012/13.
He served as chair of the Rules Committee in 2011/12 and led the city's redistricting process
required by the 2010 census in the least contentions manner in 20 years. Bill was also actively
involved in the effort to bring the USS Charles Adams to Jacksonville as a naval ship museum.
Akel Logan Shafer PA
704 Rosselle Street
Jacksonville, Florida 32204
Fast Horse Productions?' The Martha Fast Horse Show?
Special Guest: John Kane? (Mohawk), on the line with me from Seneca Territory in western New York. He is a national radio, TV and print commentator on Native issues.
Show Topic: Join us as we discuss the recent incident of racial discrimination perpetrated against 57 Native children from American Horse School - Pine Ridge Reservation by drunken hockey fans at the Rapid City, SD Civic Center.
John Kane is a regular monthly guest on my show. He hosts two weekly radio shows, "Let's Talk Native... with John Kane"? on Sundays on ESPN-AM 1520 in Buffalo, New York and Let's Talk…with John Kane on WBAI in NYC – Pacifica Radio – in New York City on Thursdays. He’s frequently seen and heard on TV and radio.
Featured Song: "Pain of a Warrior" by Young Jibwe.
Producer/Host: Martha Fast Horse (Rosebud Lakota). Co-Host: C.w. Bearshield. Production Coordinator: Liz Hill (Red Lake Ojibwe). Engineer/Talent: Justin Severson (Minnesotan).
Airing Sunday 2/17/15 at 1:30 a.m. CDT onBlog Talk Radio.
What happens when deep differences in theology, politics or identity turn into divisions in communities of faith? What initiates and fuels division? What conversations can build connection and care in the midst of profound differences? This evening we will discuss rebuilding relationships by enhancing conversation with lessons and tips from the Reflective Structured Dialogue approach of the Public Conversations Project. PCP has been working successfully with deeply divided communities of faith at local, national and international levels for the past 20 years.
Bob Stains is Senior Vice President for Training at the Public Conversations Project near Boston, MA. For the past 20 years Bob has created constructive conversations on divisive theological and identity issues in local, national and international arenas. He is a frequent conference and university speaker and provides consultation to academic, civic and religious leaders in the US and abroad. Bob consults to the Harvard Negotiation Project and is a Guest Scholar Practitioner for Kansas State University’s Dialogue, Deliberation and Public Engagement program.
"How does dialogue help people constructively address conflict"
"How do differences turn into conflict?"
Fostering Dialogue Across Divides: A Nuts and Bolts Guide from the Public Conversations Project
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Featuring guest Host Howard University Alum and Cultural Historian Mr. "Encyclo-negro-pedia", C. R. GIBBS, Connecting (Not His-storical) MyStorical Dots From Generation to Generation". Our discussion with our global audience addresses the African American's resistence to learning about it's own history. Riddle me this ... Which generation of your grandchildren's children do you want to forget about you? What could make someone not care about their grandparent's grandparents? Maybe the true reason grandchildren don't respect and honor their grandparents today is because their grandparents haven't shown interest, honor and respect for their ancestors. Probably!