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Dennis Carradin attempts to answer a very difficult question on this episode of Own Your Life: Why are kids killing kids in this violent school shooting epidemic? During this episode, Dennis will attempt to give reasons for the epidemic as well as ways society can help stop and prevent school shootings. He will also discuss how our society may be breeding these juvenile killers. Listen to this powerful episode of Own Your Life on Thursday, June 26th at 9:30 PM on BlogtTalkRadio.com/DennisCarradin.
With the recent shooting at Fort Hood, and the upcoming 1 year anniversary of the Boston Bombing, Linda, John and I will discuss what to do if there is a shooting at your school or college campus.
We will also discuss workplace safety and knowing your jobs protocals in case of an incident.
We wonder why April is all about the school shootings
So many things are happening around the world. How does it affect our students? What are some of the distractions that flood into the classroom? What ideas do you have that you would like implemented for your students? What are some of the hindrances that keep our students from succeeding at school?
Join in with the Journey to Legacy Show as we discuss these questions and simple ideas to help your students have a successful school year.
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Our Guest: A graduate from the Académie Charpentier School of Visual Art in Paris in 1999, she worked in the music industry for seven years. Disillusioned by a world driven by mass consumption, she left her work environment and found refuge in Saint-Louis, Senegal, hometown of her father. She discovered her extended family and started portraying them. Delphine then creates the Magic photo studio, homage to Malick Sidibé’s photo studio. She adds collages, drawings and colors to her photographs, to underline the emotions of her subjects and tell the whole story. In 2008, the French-Senegalese photographer moves to New York to live her artistic life, considering that Paris is not the right place for an artist to emerge. She realizes that mixing mediums of expression is a powerful way to describe the world she is trying to capture. On a trip back to Paris, she met Peter Beard and shares her first series of mixed media portraits. Impressed with her creativity and spontaneity, he offers her to collaborate for the Pirelli calendar photo shoot in Botswana. In August 2010, she travels to the Crow country. It opens her to a completely new world, a greater and new vision. She witnesses a progressive resistance among the Crow members, reviving their traditions and rituals. Delphine is amazed by their hospitality and their kindness, a very different experience from the negative image of Native Americans often broadcasted by media. Besides the spirituality and symbolism of their dances, she feels the urge to portray family reunions. The elders recount stories to the young crowd, leaving their western clothes behind to dress like real Indians. Delphine Diaw Diallo is transformed, she believes her art connects with spirits and hopes spirits will help detach humans from the material world. In 2012, Smithsonian named DelphineDiallo one of Photography’s Emerging Stars.
THE AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF OCCUPATIONAL THERAPISTS
NATIONAL SCHOOL BACK PACK AWARENESS DAY IS TODAY
This is an important show with Dr Karen Jacobs (no relation to yours truly) of Boston University. When you have kids carrying backpacks that make them look like the mules in "The Treasure of the Sierra Madre", that's not good. We'll learn more with Karen
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Whats your favorite Old School Flava? We are going to be putting the needle to it all...some classics, you know the music that made you wanna love your lady, party, dance, go out with the fellas to get some foxes whew! Well I tell you this, welcome to Poppa L's Old School Flava Sunday and I'm your host Poppa L's formerly known as "Danny Dan" from the legendary "Kool Krew" and on Sundays @ 4pm on Poetic Designs Radio its going be my pleasure to bring you that Old School Flava. Call in to listen 657-383-0107 Press star 1 to speak to POppa L's
Lenning School Watch Host Diane Lenning was an educator for over 30 years. Since retiring from teaching, Diane has earned a law degree focusing on the Constitution and Education. Diane remains active in political, educational, Constitutional Issues, and assisting others to arrive at Truth using critical thinking skills, as well as assisting others to express their views and concerns. Also, Diane records ongoing shows teaching non-English speakers, as well as English speakers.
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Over the summer, you poured your heart and soul into your favorite games. You made it up to level 99 in that RPG and you managed to take down the hardest Raid Boss in your go-to MMO. But, now, you have to put them away and get back to hitting the books for another, arduous school year ... or do you?
This week, the GCR crew will put in the class hours for you and discuss our favorite school-themed video, card, and board games! But, that's not all -- we'll provide some extra credit, discussing the inner workings of gaming at school! Lastly, Scott will regale us with another one of his Impromptu Game Seminars! So, tune in and don't miss out!