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Sadly, more and more each day, children, teens, and even young adults are lured, tricked, or forced into human trafficking all across the world. So many people think its only an international probblem, however you would be horrified to know how close to your home it really is!
Tonight, you will hear from Shamere Mckenzie, who is not only an Ambassador for Shared Hope International, but a survivor......
Tune in for a very special edition of Fluent Motion as we dicuss this growing problem. It may scare you, but it s time for the blinders to be removed!
Ready, set, SATURDAY! Tonight on Fluent Motion, we will have Chaos from Dcity Radio joinging us!
Tune in as we dicuss current news, share a few laughs, and share some more laughs!
Hear ya there!!
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As we come to an end of April and our Poetry Month fun, we want to still leave the air open to meet you in words. Tell us where you want to meet us. SpokenBlack and Vanillasky are collaberating not only words but also their business's. Through Vivid Mirror Refelctions which was established by Ebony and Custom Creations established by Heather, they have both decided to bring everything and every word together.
If you would like for them to come to you please contact either Ebony email@example.com or Heather firstname.lastname@example.org, you may also reach them both at email@example.com
How are we going to collaborate you ask, well we are going to start hosting get togethers so we all can expand in life.
Tonight we are going to name some places where we will start "getting together" whether it be in person or in website this Spring.
Here's a helpful hint for those intersted in starting any type of meet-up.
The National Poetry Month website says.....
When looking for a venue, consider your local library, coffee shop, bookstore, art gallery, bar, or performance space.
If you enjoy organizing the reading, then consider turning it into a weekly or monthly series. Your event may be the beginning of a long poetry tradition in your community.
Benny Lewis is a digital nomad and founder of the largest language learning blog in the world,www.fluentin3months.com.
This blog is listed among the top ten travel blogs in the world based on SEOMoz and Alexa ratings.
He is a world traveler and has been traveling non-stop to learn languages for the past eleven years–living out of a 23kg bag and working out of his laptop.
His internationally best-selling book Fluent in 3 Months, published by HarperCollins, discusses how adults can learn any language from anywhere at any age.
He is a polyglot who speaks over a dozen languages, though he could only speak English when he started his travels at age 21.
As a result of his travels and his focus on integrating himself into local cultures through language, Benny was named National Geographic’s Traveler of the Year in 2013.
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Welcome to all those who love poetry and those who hate it. I will let you in on a secret about poetry, whether you love it or hate it, still it hits your ears in some form and that is the purpose.
As we begin the celebration of Poetry Month we will start with books, you know that thing that holds a million letters, all twisted and combined to say something.
Do you have a published book? Are you writing
one? Have you been told you should write one? Do you have one that you wrote and tucked in the drawer?
Well, pull them out and shout them out, tonight it's about the Authors, let's share our books. SpokenBlack will also announce her 2nd published book.
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Everyone needs love. Where do we look? Where do we find it? Why does love seem to elude us?
Join us tonight as we get down to the core of love, with best selling author and relationship expert Daphne Rose Kingma.
Make sure you check out her website and tune in!!!
Hear from the only woman ever elected by the United States Senate to serve as the U.S. Senate Secretary for the Majority for the GOP. Elizabeth speaks fluent DC Congress talk. Listen to Congress College twice weekly at 6:30 PM EDT and all show are archived on GradeGov.com
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Pen or pencil, or maybe the key board? What was the best feeling? Any written guilt? Embarrased? Do you dread writers block? Are there hidden messages in the script? How many journals? Writing spot? Anything you won't script about?
Question to question, two poets; similar and yet different. Get the answers, ask the questions.
Vanillasky and Spoken Black are full of questions.
Workshop Wednesdays with Tony Gambone and his guest Sandy Tabacinic
Sandy Tabacinic is the President and CEO of Homecorp LLC, based in the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex. Homecorp provides construction, remodeling, architectural, and interior design services to wide range of client across North Texas. Sandy is an expert in contract negotiations, expense control, and operations management. She has led residential projects up to $4-million-dollars on properties up to 15,000 square feet. Sandy holds an associate degree in graphic design from the Art Institute of Fort Lauderdale. Her creative background gives her a special eye for home design. She also studied at Tel Aviv University in Israel and the University of Miami. Born and raised in Colombia, Sandy is fluent in Spanish and English. She is a member of the Regional Hispanic Contractors Association, the Dallas Builders Association and the Dallas chapter of the National Association of the Remodeling Industry. Sandy is a single mom to three teenagers. She and her family live in Plano, Texas.