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Join us for a 2 hr. jam-sesh with Mr. Natural, Dan Farella of Return to Nature, a Wild Plant and Mushroom, Forest Medicine, and Primitive Skills Resource. (www.Returntonature.us) (https://www.facebook.com/ReturntoNatureSkills)
Dan will be discussing the empowering lifestyle choice of providing for one's own food via wild-sourcing and community-supported gardens and agriculture (CSG/CSA). Food Sovereignty IS Food Security. In times such as these, it is important to cultivate such skills so that we can make empowered choices and avoid the culture and industry of sickness and death that undergirds Big Pharma and Big Agro.
Most importantly, Dan will be discussing how to cultivate the kind of sensitivity that allows us to intuitively "tune in" to plant intelligence and the Gaian Mind, allowing us to engage in a form of communication and dialogue with the Plant Kingdom.
Please Share: Food Sovereignty and Return-To-Nature Survivalism w/ Dan Farella
April 17, 2014 Thursday 8-10:00 p.m. call 347-326-9626 or Listen at www.planetgreentrees.com
Hosted by attorney Michael Komorn from Komorn Law and Chad from Birmingham Compassion-
Contributions from Rick Thompson from The Compassion Chronicles and Jamie Lowell from The 3rd Coast Compassion Center-
-The De-Schedule v. Reschedule Debate
We plan to open up the Debate and discussion of what is the best direction for the medical cannabis and or cannabis reform community regarding Cannabis. What impact will rescheduling have, which schedule is preferred for cannabis. Or should the plant simply be de-scheduled and treated like a potato.
Joining us to enlighten the Debate will be:
Doug McVay, Researcher and Policy Analyst. Doug McVay is also an activist, writer, researcher, and speaker with a long history in drug policy reform. Doug worked for the National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws (NORML) as their Activists/Projects Coordinator from 1987 to 1990. In 1989, he co-founded and began working with the Cannabis Action Network (CAN). He is also A court-qualified expert witness on the subjects of marijuana use, sales and cultivation, Doug has testified in both State and Federal courts in the U.S.
Provisioning Center Advocates Meeting with Michigan State Police to Iron out differences.
Joining us to discuss the meeting, will be Robin Schneider NPRA Legislative Chairwomen, And possibly Ben Horner of CSG. We plan to determine what were the issue discussed and if any progress was made.
Michael's rant, news, current events and more!
Our guests this morning are Rebeccca Weintraub and Kristen Conforti of Cancer Support Group - Redondo Beach and they are going to tell us all about the annual Girl’s Night Out taking place October 1 through October 3 at the Comedy and Magic Club in Hermosa Beach.
Rebecca Weintraub is a 10 year breast cancer survivor and member of CSG Board of Directors. She has spent more than 30 years in the field of communication, facilitation, change management and organizational behavior.
Additionally, she provides strategic communication and facilitation consulting services to organizations in the public, private and non-profit sectors. Rebecca received her Bachelor’s degree from UCLA and her Master’s and Ph.D. degrees from USC.
She roots for whoever is winning at half-time.
Theresa Plakos has been the Public Relations-Outreach Manager at Cancer Support Community-Redondo Beach for nearly 4 years. Her primary responsibilities consist of working with the local media as well as the medical and non-medical communities throughout the South Bay. Theresa came to non-profit work after a good friend was diagnosed with Breast Cancer. Her passion for the work at Cancer Support Community was further fueled by the loss of her father and Stepfather to lung cancer two years ago. Theresa has a Bachelor’s degree from California State University Long Beach in Psychology. http://www.cancersupportcommunity.org/
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This is a really Crazy Show with fast pace back to back HipHop tracks and you will be surprised with some classics and Old school songs mixed in to make your energy go nutz lol. Enjoy the last show of November and I am so thankful for all the Christian HipHop artists that put in work for all these years:)
2.E Rock-Funky Christian
3.Kj52-Adventures of tweezyman/stuck in da 80's
4.Bizzle-Point the Biggest scene
6.Dynamic Twins-Get Up,
7.K Nine-He Saved
11.Sean Slaughter-Jonah In The 21st Centrury
14.RTL-Too Much feat Servant
16.Blaze Torch-Never Left (You Ready)
20.True 2 Society-These Walls
Listen in to Fieldstone Common this week as host Marian Pierre-Louis talks to Richard G. Tomlinson, author of Witchcraft Prosecution: Chasing the Devil in Connecticut.
Mercy Disbrow was convicted. A date was set for her hanging. An appeal was made. Then something extraordinary happened. Mercy was granted a reprieve that became a pardon, because of a technical error in the composition of the jury. The court said, "If a real and apparent murderer be condemned and executed outside of due form of law, it is indictable against them that do it." The place was Hartford, Connecticut. The offense was witchcraft. The year was 1693.
Connecticut's colonial settlers feared witches. They came from an England where the prosecution of witches was rising to its peak, and they were anxious about the possible threats to their new settlements that witchcraft might represent. This book presents the evolution of witchcraft prosecution in Connecticut from the enactment of the law making it a capital offence in 1642 to its disappearance in the early 1700s.
Richard G. Tomlinson, is a founder and director of the Connecticut Society of Genealogists, Inc and currently serves as Chair of the Publication Committee and as vice president. He created the annual CSG Literary Awards for Genealogy and Family History, and the CSG magazine, Connecticut Genealogy News, and has published many genealogical and family history articles.
He is a member of the Board of Trustees of the Connecticut Historical Society. He is a descendant of Henry Tomlinson of Derby, England who settled in Milford, CT in 1650.
For more details and upcoming schedule see: http://FieldstoneCommon.blogspot.com
LIVE: THURSDAY, 18 OCTOBER 2012 at 1:00pm EST
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