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  • 01:04

    Live Interview With Flora Carter, I Survived...

    in Christianity

    Ms. Flora Carter was borne on May 22, 1950.  She was raised with the best of both worlds and was able to experience the American and African culture growing up as her mother was from North Carolina and her dad was from Sierra Leone, Africa.  Her mom died when she was 11 and her dad raised her.  This resulted in Flor starting her independence early at age 17.  Flor is a product of the District of Columbia Public School system and attended college at Washington Technical Institute.  She has always been a hard working person which was instilled early by her dad.  She started working in middle school, at the nurses' office at school and has worked in the Federal Trade Commission, Department of Energy, the Justice Department and several contracting positions.  She retired in 2013 from International Monetary Fund where she worked in record management.  She has on daughter and two granddaughters.


    Flora fought to overcome verbal, physical, financial, and sexual abuse.  She has worked to help others understand and know that domestic violence is a choice that should not be made.  She says, "The cycle must be broken.  I am not a victim, but victorious, I am a survivor.  I now educate and advocate with perons to end the cycle."


    Join me Hezekiah L. Montgomery host of The Man In The Mirror and Co-Host Nichelle Johnson as we welcome this dynamic survivor to The Man In The Mirror platform.  She'll tell us more about her story, and share with us how the Lord is now using her to help stop domestic violence one victim at a time.  We'll find out how she helps turn them from victims to victors and become as she says victorious.  Just a reminder that Domestic Violence Is Real!!!


     

  • 01:17
  • 00:40

    Where Are All The Babies?

    in Family

    This week on Mom Talk Radio, Julia Aziz, author of Lessons of Labor: One Woman’s Self-Discovery Through Birth and Motherhood, talks about reclaiming the self in motherhood. Spotlight on Moms features Tiffany Graves of TiffanyGravesLaw.com. SCREEN founder and CEO, Tali Orad, shares why she felt the need to create a solution to help parents manage screen time. Mary Bowley, founder of Welspring Living, shares the plight of children fighting sexual abuse and exploitation. Debbie Slevin, author of Unpregnant Pause: Where Are All The Babies? shares how society can do to become more supportive of a woman’s decision to become a single mother.

  • 01:59

    This is I.T. (Inconvenient Truth)!!! – Drug Debate/ Treatment Options

    in Health

    This is I.T. (Inconvenient Truth)!!! – Drug Debate/ Treatment Options


    With the CDC and different states trying to limit the options for those using opiates to help control pain. The debate is whether those on opiates are addicts or patients. Another debate within the Chronic Pain Community is if you don’t take prescribed medication than the person may not be suffering as much as those who do. Let’s look at what is being state and by whom. Is there a difference on who says what? Are those who suffer from Chronic Pain relying too heavily on doctors to give them a “Cure” of “Hope?” Call in and give us your thoughts and opinions as we work to a solution in which everyone can work together and fight for the cause.

  • 02:17

    Blacks are berated and killed by Whites to suppress wealthy history

    in Music

    Had I not started to read some history of human civilization, the knowledge of it would stay in hiding from me. Here is a piece of background that tells a little of the Negro prominence ages prior to whites nascent emergence on the scene of Europe. The following is told in the context of authentic history; “The World and Africa” by W.E.B. DU Bois.  A barrage of denial were made that caused Mr. Volney to change his conclusion Egyptian is Black, though their reasons never based on further investigation. But the change was based on fixed scientific public opinion in the nineteenth century. Reisner unearthed a civilization of black folk in Ethiopia, hastened to declare that they were not Negroes!  But you see Reisner was born in sight of Negro slavery in America and never forgot it. Flora Shaw wrote of blackest men of the Sudan and their brilliant civilization, but warned her readers that they were not Negroes! So here in Ethiopia, “Land of the Black,” country of the “Burnt Faces,” we are continually faced with silly paradox that these black folk were not Negroes. It tells you that criminals have hijacked the the  principle of factual human existence.

  • 00:17

    John Triffo/ Nature Nova

    in Entrepreneur

     


    John Triffo is a commercial and free-lance photographer, nature guide and interpreter, public speaker and guest lecturer. He also serves as a consultant/specialist in photography, art, sound design, audiovisual, studio and theatre. 


    John's art includes


    Photography - specializing in weddings, portraits, wildlife, socioecology ( portfolio includes: fauna, flora, habitat, human/natural history.


    John also offers personalized, step-by-step coaching in contemporary digital photography, including 4 fantastic 2-hour sessions.


    To learn more about John and his work visit his website at Nature Nova

  • 02:00

    This is I.T. (Inconvenient Truth)!!! – Physical w/InterX

    in Health

    This is I.T. (Inconvenient Truth)!!! – Physical w/InterX


    We have a special guest tonight who will discuss physical therapy along with nutrition. Having physical therapy should include more than the physical aspect of regaining mobility back in your life. It should also include knowing what nutrients your body needs, how much sleep you should have in order to heal properly along with having realistic expectations of the length of time it takes your body to recover from injury. Call in to ask questions with Janice from InterX.

  • 00:13

    Healing From Social Media Pitfalls-Mary Flora

    in Youth

    Mary Flora, Clinical Director for Asheville Academy For Girls in North Carolina, joined Lon September 1, 2015 to explain what needs to be done to help girls heal when they have been too involved with digital technology.  Mary explained the first step is to remove all digital devices from them which makes some have to go through almost a detox phrase where the usual reaction is to become irritable.   They then need to learn how to talk to a person rather than a screen and to learn healthy substitution activities through provided activities like playing music, working with horses or various outdoor activities.


    Contact: Mary Flora 800-264-8709 mary@ashevilleacademy.com www.ashevilleacademy.com


    Lon Woodbury 208-267-7717 lonwoodbury@gmail.com www.strugglingteens.com


    This is one of a series of short interviews about new developments in the network of private, parent-choice residential schools and programs helping struggling teens and young adults. The guests are innovative leaders in this network.  To hear other interviews in this series, click on "Follow" above, or click on  The Woodbury Report or www.strugglingteens.com

  • 00:30

    Gene Potts: Lead Vocalist of Colossal Street Jam

    in Radio

    Fresh off a sold out Light of Day performance at Langosta Lounge in Asbury Park, we’ll have the opportunity to catch up with Gene Potts, lead vocalist of Colossal Street Jam. This band features original music in the blues/rock style and has been a mainstay in the Asbury Park and NJ scene in for many years. Band members include Gene Potts on vocals, Sal Marra on guitar and vocals, Tony Flora on bass, and Dave Halpern on the drums. Over the years Colossal Street Jam has shared the stage with many rock icons like Deep Purple, Robby Krieger of The Doors, Johnny Winter, and the legendary Clarence Clemons t name a few. After taking a brief break, they reunited in 2014 to continue their shared musical journey and entertain fans with their original music. These days you can follow Colossal Street Jam on Facebook and Reverbnation to find out what they’re doing and where their gigs are. Sal Marra and Gene recently performed some CSJ tunes live on Danny Coleman's Rock On Radio show and played a few tracks from their new Colossal EP. Monmouth County fans can catch CSJ playng locally at The Saint, Stone Pony, Brighton Bar, and other venues down the shore. You can check out some of the tunes from their new EP on Reverbnation. After the interview with Gene Potts, please check out After Hours at Jersey Coastal Live for more information.

  • 00:59

    DPC Secrets (Time, Time and Time. Relationships.)

    in Health

    Dr. Pat Jonas, your host on the Dr Synonymous Show, will discuss Direct Primary Care again focusing on some DPC secrets that make it appealing.  Time, Time, Time.  Expanded Differential Diagnosis.  Depth of personalization.  Even genomics.  Even eating strategies.  Time, Time, Time.


    Eating for Health.  Learning from Dr.'s Davis and Perlmutter.  Probiotics:  Eating microbes to seed the intestinal flora and Prebiotics:  Fiber that feeds our intestinal flora.  What is it?  Why is it important?


    Dr Jonas will also comment on the DPC Ohio UnSummit IV to be held in Dublin, OH on February 20 from 8:30 until 4:30.  We;ll have some fun learning and sharing about DPC.


    Blog and Tweet Review as usual.  Connect in our chat room.

  • 02:51

    Nature Connection: Wildlife Conservation, National Parks, Climate Change

    in Environment

    Join Nancy Reid & Lisa D. Smith, mother-daughter travel team and publishers of Big Blend Radio & TV Magazine for Big Blend Radio’s Nature Connection show! This show airs live from the historic Coronado Motor Hotel in Yuma, Arizona, the hotel headquarters for the Big Blend Spirit of America Tour of all 409 National Park units.
    On This Episode:
    - Adam Roberts, CEO of Born Free USA and Born Free Foundation, discusses the outcome of the CITES 66th Meeting of the Standing Committee in Geneva.
    - Mark Wenzler, Senior Vice President of Conservation Programs for National Parks Conservation Association, discusses Southwestern Parks in Peril.
    - Caeli Quinn – Co-founder of Climate Ride cycling and hiking challenges that raise awareness and support sustainability, active transportation, and environmental causes.
    - Erin Hunt, Director of Operations at the California Wolf Center in Julian, CA discusses California wolves and Mexican Gray Wolf Recovery in the Southwest.
    Plus, Hollywood History Nature Style, as recalled by Steve Schneickert.