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Distracted driving is becoming more of a challenge. With all the things that contend with our time, it's easy to get distracted while on the road. But what is distracted driving? Texting, talking on the phone and basically doing anything that keeps you from focusing on the road is considered distracted driving. Jana and Sheronde discuss the topic of distracted driving on this week's episode of Auto Estrogen Live!
For an illustration on the differences between men and women when it comes to distracted driving, check out this infographic.
Teen hosts McMillen, Sara, and Yanira discuss the dangers of driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs, or while being distracted by texting or talking on the phone. Our guest is Phillip Rose, Underage Drinking Prevention Program Coordinator from Prevention Network.
Defensive driving courses teach drivers of all ages how to drive safely to avoid accidents. One of the most predominate problems a defensive driving course tries to eliminate is distracted driving. Over the last few years, I am sure the majority of us would agree that cell phones have become one of the biggest distractions for all drivers. We all know of the potential and dangerous out come, yet we continue to use these unsafe driving habits.
Gentle World Cafe host, Suparna Malhotra, talks with Elisa Paloschi, about her film.
Driving with Selvi is a documentary film that tells the story of a remarkable young woman who defies strict patriarchal traditions and escapes a child marriage to become South India’s first female taxi driver.
We first meet 18-year-old Selvi at a girls’ shelter in 2004 - timid, soft-spoken, a fresh runaway from a violent past and the victim of a life set against her.
Over the 10 years filmed, we see a remarkable transformation as Selvi finds her voice and refuses to surrender to societal expectations – learning to drive, starting her own taxi company and working on the front lines of reproductive health education.
Instead of adhering to the patriarchal codes that oppress and restrict women, Selvi’s bold determination defies and challenges them. Will she hold steadfast on her road to economic empowerment? Will she remarry? After being unwanted and abused by her own mother, will she be able to break the vicious cycle of devaluing girls so prevalent in her society?
This character-driven story highlights the challenges that the disempowered female population in India face. While the film offers a glimpse into a world of poverty, prejudice and desperate circumstances, it shatters stereotypes as Selvi redefines herself from victim to survivor.
Through Selvi’s eyes, the audience is taken on an intimate journey, and perhaps even a familiar one, of healing, overcoming obstacles, and fulfilling dreams. Throughout this journey, it is Selvi’s unwavering spirit that shines through. Her refusal to surrender offers inspiration, hope and the clear message that anything is possible.
Here we go, another law to control behavior. Many cities have passed a law that you cant text while you drive. Is that infringing on our liberties? Is it a good law or bad one? What about DUI checkpoints? Do we keep passing laws to be safer? Republicans seem to be behind many of these so what are your thoughts?
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REBROAD CAST OF POPULAR EPISODE OF YOUNG MEDIA CRITICS! - Tuesday, November 4, 2014
Maggie Jackson, an award-winning author and former Boston Globe columnist is joining Young Media Critics on Tuesday, July 15, 2014 at 5 p.m.
Ms. Jackson is known for her penetrating coverage of social issues, especially technology’s impact on humanity. Her essays and articles also have appeared in The New York Times, Business Week, Utne, and on National Public Radio.
Her acclaimed book, Distracted: The Erosion of Attention and the Coming Dark Age, jumpstarted our global conversation on the steep costs of fragmenting our attention. With a foreword by Bill McKibben, the book reveals the astonishing scientific discoveries that can help us rekindle our powers of focus in a world of overload. The book is a “richly detailed and passionately argued … account of the travails facing an ADD society” (Publishers Weekly) and “concentrates the mind on a real problem of modern life” (Wall Street Journal).
If you've got children who are driving age or almost ready to learn how to drive, you'll want to tune-in to this episode of Successipes. Host Lori Wilk will interview the driving school experts about the biggest challenges facing our young people as they prepare for not only their driving tests but as they prepare to be out on our roadways and highways. Most parents worry each and every time they know theire child is getting behind the wheel of a car. As parents we fear not only what our child will do but what they will experience inteacting with friends who join them in the vehicles. We have concerns about what our children will experience as drivers when faced with split second decisions that could change their lives forever or take their lives if not handled appropriately.Call-in and ask your questions and join the conversation at 347.237.5638
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SEGMENT 1: SIMPLY RIDICULOUS
Just when you thought that Congress would support the President’s decision to wage war on the Islamic terrorist, think again. Speaker Boehner announced this week that Congress will not vote on the measure until next year? Moms…and you thought that your kids were lazy!!
SEGMENT 2: WHAT’S IN A NAME?
Syntheea, Da’quon, Shaniqua, Kisha, when you hear or read these names, could you guess the race of the person behind the name? You just proved our point, we will discuss.
SEGMENT 3: D.W.B
He followed the commands of the officer and he still was shot! American has a problem that must be addressed: DWB-Driving while Black!!
In attempting to pass spread the Gospel by printing and givng out the Revelations, I became a target for police and was driven into the mountains to live, my rights to speak anywhere at all or even make a living not recognized by comfortable and happy church-going, flag-waving practioners of foolishness.
22 Blessed are ye, when men shall hate you, and when they shall separate you from their company, and shall reproach you, and cast out your name as evil, for the Son of man’s sake.
23 Rejoice ye in that day, and leap for joy: for, behold, your reward is great in heaven: for in the like manner did their fathers unto the prophets.
24 But woe unto you that are rich! for ye have received your consolation.
25 Woe unto you that are full! for ye shall hunger. Woe unto you that laugh now! for ye shall mourn and weep.
26 Woe unto you, when all men shall speak well of you! for so did their fathers to the false prophets.
(New Testament | Luke 6:22–26)
Also Apostle Mark E. Petersen wrote a pamphlet called "Which Church is Right" in which he makes the point the Church must be the same in organization from the ancient one:
"There was no indication that such an organization ever would be changed, or that any part of it would become unnecessary...So the original organization of the Church, with its officers, ordinances and doctrines, was intended to continue unchanged until such a time as he explained to the Ephesians, as we all come to a unity of the faith, and reach perfection in Christ. The events following the ascension of the Savior also make it clear that the organization of the Church was intended to continue on." I showed how the Mormon Church has changed in the very point Mark Petersen used to illustrate this principle, namely filling vacancies in the Quorum of the Twelve.