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It's a huge weekend in college football, so I'm talking to writers who follow three of the teams with the most on the line: Bob Lynch of Red Cup Rebellion for Mississippi, Eric Murtaugh of One Foot Down for Notre Dame, and David from Rock Chalk Talk for Kansas. You damn right we talking Kansas.
Dr. Ben Lynch visits the show to break down MTHFR in a way that everyone can understand. Find out how a common genetic mutation reduces your body's ability to transform folate into its active form and all of the downstream health problems that may ensue, including mood disorders, cardiovascular disease, immune system problems, autism, Down's syndrome, and more. A must-listen!
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This on demand audio series is a part of the Executive Girlfriends Group Vignette Series. Chicke Fitzgerald interviews Karen Lynch. The original live interview was 11/07/14.
A poignant and humorous story of a young woman's journey from chaotic childhood to San Francisco police officer.
Karen Lynch was an unlikely person to become one of the first female cops in San Francisco. Raised by a counter-culture tribe in summer of love Haight-Ashbury, she was taught to despise "The Man." But when the San Francisco Police Department was forced by court order to hire women, she found herself compelled to prove to the world that women could cut it as cops, a betrayal that caused her police-loathing mother to brand her a Nazi. Good Cop, Bad Daughter is an often humorous, poignant adventure story of Karen's journey from pot-smoking Cal student, to Renaissance bar serving wench, to street cop. As she finds family and acceptance in a men's club that never wanted her as a member, she fears she will one day face her mother, not as a daughter but as an arresting officer.
Karen Lynch is a native San Franciscan. After graduating from UC Berkeley, she joined the San Francisco Police Department in 1981. She lives in Novato with her husband and their three children, including Kyra, who was the subject of an essay that won the 2012 Notes & Words national essay contest.
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SPONSORED BY MARK PITTMAN--The Colors of Change group have begun a fundraiser on the GoFundMe site to support killer cop Darren Wilson. Among his supporters, the media has definitely singled out one specific African-American supporter and showcased her comments against her own--ensuring that the world feels comfortable knowing that African-Americans are indeed still ripe for the pickings inthe battle against their success. Join me tonight at 10:30 pm EST as we discuss the parallel practices of Willie Lynch--how the dominant society used and uses it to keep African-Americans in line, and how African-Americans parallel the practices by separating themselves from themselves in modern-day form. Call in at 347-327-9967 with your thoughts.
This week Jennifer co-creates with Keidi Keating about her life and her newly released book ''The Light'.
"Twenty-two luminaries unconditionally contributed chapters to the book, including bestselling authors such as Neale Donald Walsch, Don Miguel Ruiz, Marci Shimoff, and Barbara Marx Hubbard.
The book manifested soon after I endured a life-stopping spell of depression, desperate to know what my purpose was in this lifetime. Eventually, when I realized I had reached rock bottom, I looked up and asked the Universe for a sign. Less than twenty-four hours later I received an answer, in the pages of a magazine, and this led me on a journey of intense healing. Amazing spiritual teachers began to magically show up in my life, all guiding me to step out of the darkness and shine my Light brighter."
Keidi Keating (taken from Keidi's website).
Together, we discuss aspects of the book, as well as talking about why Keidi decided to write it and her own personal journey. I found this interview to be absolutely fascinating and I'm sure that you will too. Keidi is going to have a regular slot on my show to discuss elements of the book, in the new year. This will be an opportunity for you to call in and ask any questions that come up for you and to have some great feedback. It is a great time to go and get a copy of this book which is life enhancing. We can also share and talk together about the practical implications of using the wisdom held within its pages. I love it, and I am sure you will too.
Listen to Keidi's unique interview with me on Thursday!
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…”If you teach him all about your language, he will know all your secrets, and he is then no more a slave, for you can’t fool him any longer, and BEING A FOOL IS ONE OF THE BASIC INGREDIENTS OF ANY INCIDENTS TO THE MAINTENANCE OF THE SLAVERY SYSTEM.” ~~ Willie Lynch – speech delivered on the bank of the James River in the colony of Virginia in 1712.
Most Blacks have heard of the Willie Lynch Letter/Speech, but many have not read it. Over time, I’ve heard some blacks indicate that they didn’t believe that this letter/speech is authentic. But for the majority of blacks, it is believed to be REAL.
If you’ve read the Willie Lynch Letter, you will find there are specific instruction on the making and maintaining of a slave. Two years after the Emancipation Proclamation in 1865, slavery was considered unlawful and ended. However, the effects of bondage remains; prejudices and racism remain, as we see in recent events in Ferguson, Missouri; and so does the remnants of the Willie Lynch Letter.
On this episode of Hot Topics Talk Radio, we’re going to discuss the Willie Lynch Letter and how it still remains as part of our life, and how it shows up in the lives of Blacks today. We’re going to examine the parallels of when it was written, and how it relates to us today.
Please join us on Wednesday, August 20, 2014 at 9pm PDT/11pm CDT/ 12 Midnight EDT.
We invite you to listen and comment by calling (646)200-3148. Or listen from your computer or from the HTTR app, and join the chatroom conversation.
If you have not read the Willie Lynch Letter, please do so by going to: http://www.hottopicstalkradio.com/hot-topics-talk-radio.html
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