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Are you paying attention to the water you drink? What do you do to filter your water? Are you aware of how important the alkalinity of water is to your overall health? Why do some people worry about overall water pollution but drink water that is laden with acidity? Have we become a selfless world and taken up causes to feel better? What is the value of every single human life? Can we cure diseases and clean up water, too?
QueenMother4real Media proudly introduces a new show Provocative Thought with Host Carlton Steed. A self proclaimed student of life in the search, discovery, and revelation of life on life’s terms. The First Show: The Pollution of Sexual Energy. His first Guest: Paris Harden A contemporary philosopher brings his unique perspective on: This is a journey into the idea of self, social, media, and cultural subjugation, exploitation, and objectification of sexual energy. Every Saturday at 8:00 pm to 8:45 pm Eastern Standard Time, You can join him online or Call 3479890180 to listen and to speak. Provocative Thoughts will offer diverse historical and contemporary philosophical viewpoints. .
WITH THE GLOBAL WARMING DUDES MEETING IN FRANCE, THE SUBJECT OF AIR POLLUTION IS IN THE "AIR"..I KNOW..IT IS AN ISSUE AND I DON'T WANT TO DOWN PLAY IT. BUT FROM THE NATUROPATHIC STANDPOINT, WHAT CAN WE DO TO FIGHT IT FROM AFFECTING OUR BODIES. COULD OLIVE OIL AGAIN BE THE ANSWER?
The National Black Chamber of Commerce has been warning communities of color that the Obama administration’s Clean Power Plan will cause job losses and generate higher energy bills polls indicate that most African Americans actually support provisions of the Clean Power Plan. Many people of color live on the front lines of environmental hazard and harm. According to a Nov. 4 poll by Green for All and the Natural Resources Defense Council, 77 percent of African Americans recognize that their community suffers a greater burden from air pollution and climate change than the population at large WP
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#TurnItUpTuesdays The Indie Artists Spotlight - Showcasing a Variety of Indie Music Worldwide.
Guest: Rhyme Scheme
If you have been paying attention to the underground music scene, you have heard of Rhyme Scheme, a rising Hip Hop artist making his claim to fame into Hip Hops mainstream. Having grown up in Detroit’s inner city, serving a tour in Iraq, and adapting to the diversity of California, Rhyme Scheme delivers evocative messages through his lyrical talents that are quickly gaining notoriety. The depth of his lyrics, mixed with a fused sound of old-school hip-hop with a modern delivery, has created an epic buzz with music lovers across the globe.
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Dr. Kevin Passero and his special guest Dr. Devra Davis will discuss electric and magnetic fields (EMFs) and the greater health risk to children, infants and toddlers.
Dr. Devra Davis founded the non-profit Environmental Health Trust in 2007 in Teton County, Wyoming, to provide basic research and education about environmental health hazards and promote constructive policies. Devra Davis’ career has spanned all areas of academia, public policy, and scientific research. She is the author of more than 190 scientific publications, editor of 11 books, and has written two best-selling books. Dr. Davis is one of the most vocal and credible voices warning about the dangers of cell phone radiation.
Our guest is JONATHAN RATNER, Western Watersheds Project’s Director for Wyoming, Utah and Colorado. Jonathan joined WWP after a stint with the Forest Service in which he documented severe degradation caused by livestock grazing. When his reports were consigned to the ‘round file’ by the Forest Service, he sought out assistance from various area conservation organizations to deal with the problems, all of which declined to help. In his search for assistance farther afield he came across Western Watersheds Project and shortly thereafter started WWP’s Wyoming Office.
Jonathan will talk about public lands ranching, the most widespread commercial use of public lands in the United States. Ranching is one of the primary causes of native species endangerment in the American West; it is also the most significant cause of non-point source water pollution and desertification.
Tonight's show is hosted by Debbie Coffey, V.P. and Dir. of Wild Horse Affairs for Wild Horse Freedom Federation.
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Cell phones, wifi, microwaves and so much more, have become part of our everyday lives. These items have changed how we live, but do you know the downlide to the electromagnetic pollution they create? More and more people are becoming electromagnetic sensitive. Find out how this impacts our health, and what we can do to reduce risks of illness from it, like breast cancer. Allie Ochs will fill this half hour show with great information to empower you.
Allis Ochs will be one of our expert keynot speakers at the upcoming Breast Show In Town April 17/2016 8:30-4pm Eastern at the Best Western Lamplighter Inn, London, Ontario Canada. General admission $20 to breakout sessions, vendors, and so much more, AND for $30 ticket price you can access our fabulous 6 highly sought after keynote speakers, including Allie Ochs, Dr. Alex Mostomoy, Dr. Larry Schnidt, Dr. Kevin Morrison, Dr. Victoria Coleman, and Dr. Ali Farahani. Two tickets to this SPECTACULAR event. Become truly informed that Breast Cancer CAN Be Prevented. Get your half price tickets while they last at www.breastshowintown.ca
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Drew Kuhn with the Missouri Accountability Project is with us to discuss the goals of MAP and provide updates on the progress being made in St. Louis to get the Army Corp of Engineers to take over remediation of the West Lake Landfill from the EPA.
St. Louis has been contaminated by nuclear pollution from the illegally sold and dumped Manhattan Project waste since the early 70s. Legislation is sitting in Congress to speed up the process. MAP has been working to get their elected officials to act quickly.