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OUR PEOPLE ARE DESTROYED FOR THE LACK OF KNOWLEDGE! So Class is IN!
Is there an Engram effect of watching these Violent Law Enforcement events playing out in the mainstream mass media that causes us to re-live and respond negatively, when we encounter law enforcement?
ABOUT BSC: A show featuring expressions about the plight of people of color, particularly black people in America. We are social science scholars that freely and openly discuss issues paramount to black life.
On Thoughts for Vision this week, a question was posed!!!!!!!! ARE WE REALLY READY TO DEAL WITH SLAVERY? This question was posed to BLACK PEOPLE, not to society as a whole!!!!!!!! What do you think???? Listen to this powerful show as well as the commentary afterwards!!!!!!!!
On Thoughts for Vision, a question was posed!!!!!!!! ARE WE REALLY READY TO DEAL WITH SLAVERY? This question was posed to BLACK PEOPLE, not to society as a whole!!!!!!!! What do you think???? Listen to this powerful show as well as the commentary afterwards!!!!!!!!
Matthew Abuelo is a writer, professional blogger and award winning poet. He has three books out, Last American Roar and Organic Hotels, His third book "The News Factory" has been released by Plain view Press, the first two can be found at lulu.com.
ArtSees Diner celebrates poetry month. Join Mary E., and house poets as they welcome some of the best poets of our time. Matthew Abuelo kicks off the month long celebration with "Social Commentary Through Poetry!"
Mathew is a former journalist for the online news site Examiner and he most recently worked for the Times Square Chronicles as a housing rights journalist and political commentator. He is currently a political/housing writer for hubpages.com.
Matthew Abuelo has performed around Manhattan including at the forum The Poetry Project's marathon, which also featured, Pattie Smith Susan Vega, Lenny K, Steve Earle and many other icons. He mostly performs around Manhattan but hopes to expand into outside the metropolitan area at some point.
After the death of his submissive, Colonel John Sheppard spent four years alone. Grief and anger pushed him and made him even more ambitious in his career. Taking Dr. Rodney McKay into his life and his bed was supposed to be a political maneuver– but then he met the man and everything he thought he wanted changed in an instant.
Dr. Rodney McKay has spent a year alone after divorcing his Domme and cutting her collar off in public. He doesn’t know if he’s ready for a new Dom but he does know he wants Atlantis and Colonel John Sheppard’s collar is his path to the city of the Ancients. Then the Marine put his hands on him and Rodney realizes that he’s already half way to risking his heart again.
Neither man was prepared for the explosive combination of their sexual dynamic and the intense emotional connection that would burn between them like an inferno.
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Tonight, I'll be discussing my first and only completed project in the Sentinel Fandom that is not a cross over with Stargate. Questions in the chatroom, on the phone, or on my LiveJournal listing for this radio show are welcome.
Title: The Awakening
Author: Keira Marcos
Fandom: The Sentinel
Betas: Ladyholder & Kelly
Word Count: 69,152
Rating: NC-17 (for sex, violence, and very adult themes)
Warnings: Foul language, explicit sex, violence, murder, blood, discussion of sexual abuse and violence against minor characters, and various other things you might suspect in a story about a Sentinel Cop and his Guide. Mean!Carolyn. Selfish!Naomi.
Summary: Detective Jim Ellison doesn’t want a Guide. What he wants is peace and quiet and maybe for his ex-wife to disappear. Dr. Blair Sandburg, a successful profiler with the FBI, has nearly given up on finding his Sentinel. Then the night came where one’s pain drew the other across the country – neither will ever be the same.
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Elvira by the Oakridge Boys
(100) Commentary on Sunday newspaper articles “Food Fights and College”
Because I had a craving for broadcasting a show I was looking for some material, I found it in both the Sunday April 6 Los Angeles Times and Whittier Daily News
Interesting enough the LA Times article was in the Opinion section Titled “Food Fight “ written by Virginia C. Li of Los Angeles as well has several 4 responses from readers
The Whittier Daily News provides article by Lisa Leff of the Associated Press “College readiness show in decline”
As most of you know that in my other life I am a 12 year “Newbie” high school teacher, who strives to teach CTE classes to my students, and so I would like to offer my Monday morning quarterback thoughts in response to these two gems I found in the paper
Why you ask? Because we can
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