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WHAT HATRED BREEDS is the story of Kayla and Julian Moore, a newly married couple and their struggle to stand against the evil that pursues them in the form of Stella Moreau, Julian's nefarious mother. Kayla and Julian embark on an arduous journey that was set in motion on the very day Kayla touched the fiber of her adversary…
Stella Moreau had great faith in her craft. She had faith in her lineage. Her blood was Toussaint, her name was Moreau, but she was Metoyer by right; by privilege. She had a fiercely latent centuries-old power that coursed straight through her lineage and had been passed down to her. It flowed from Geneviève, to Cèlestine, to Anastasie, to Gisèle, to Grandmere Lisette, to Maman Angelique, to Stella. Metoyer's did not have to operate under the confines of voodoo; they were not bound by the laws of rituals. They called to something deeper, something much darker. Of course if anyone knew the true source of the darkness that lie behind the Metoyer's power, they would surely pray for their souls. The Metoyer's were more powerful than the boundaries of voodoo and far darker, a source of power hidden for centuries.
This book will take you to the underbelly of spiritual warfare and have you riveted as the story begins to unfold with each page. Surprisingly, Kayla and Julian's plight is not uncommon and the reader will instantly be able to identify with the torrid love story tangled within the stronghold of darkness.
This week, HistoryChiQ gets a visit from author Mary Louise Roberts, talking about the truth behind the liberating heroes, from her new book: What Soldiers Do: Sex and the American GI in World War II France (University of Chicago Press). People are people, men are men, and history is what it is -- why do we always want to whitewash it? Do you want it whitewashed? Producer: Robert Gonyo
The theme for this year’s GIS Day is “Academic Enhancement using Geographical Information Systems” at Prairie View A&M University. Find out what GIS is all about and how students can use this skill to find the most rewarding and lucrative careers put to practical use in some of the most routine aspects of everyday life. Everybody at some point has had to ask themselves "Where in the World Am I?" GIS is the answer so tune in to this show and learn more about the subject and the 2010 GIS Day on the campus of PVAMU. Visit http://pvcep.pvamu.edu for more information or to register for this event.
Confessions of Iraq vets
Sir! No Sir! A Film About The Gi Movement Against The War In Vietnam.
This is the story of one of the most vibrant and widespread upheavals of the 1960's–one that had profound impact on American society, yet has been virtually obliterated from the collective memory of that time.
Mission at Nuremberg is Tim Townsend’s gripping story of the American Army chaplain sent to save the souls of the Nazis incarcerated at Nuremberg, a compelling and thought-provoking tale that raises questions of faith, guilt, morality, vengeance, forgiveness, salvation, and the essence of humanity.
Lutheran minister Henry Gerecke was fifty years old when he enlisted as am Army chaplain during World War II. As two of his three sons faced danger and death on the battlefield, Gerecke tended to the battered bodies and souls of wounded and dying GIs outside London. At the war’s end, when other soldiers were coming home, Gerecke was recruited for the most difficult engagement of his life: ministering to the twenty-one Nazis leaders awaiting trial at Nuremburg.
Based on scrupulous research and first-hand accounts, including interviews with still-living participants and featuring sixteen pages of black-and-white photos, Mission at Nuremberg takes us inside the Nuremburg Palace of Justice, into the cells of the accused and the courtroom where they faced their crimes. As the drama leading to the court’s final judgments unfolds, Tim Townsend brings to life the developing relationship between Gerecke and Hermann Georing, Albert Speer, Wilhelm Keitel, Joachim von Ribbentrop, and other imprisoned Nazis as they awaited trial.
Powerful and harrowing, Mission at Nuremberg offers a fresh look at one most horrifying times in human history, probing difficult spiritual and ethical issues that continue to hold meaning, forcing us to confront the ultimate moral question: Are some men so evil they are beyond redemption?
in Self Help
Kedves Anyukák, Apukák, Nagymamák és tanárok köszönöm ereje két irányban hat (vagy még annál is több) :
mi lenne ha nem a gyerekre szólnánk rá ezentúl, hogy 'köszönjed meg szépen a Mamának'?
mi lenne ha nem lennénk szégyenlosek és képesek lennénk arra, hogy megkérjünk másokat arra, hogy köszönjék meg PONTOSAN azt ahol mi nem vagyunk 100%-ig biztosak magunkban?
Mi lenne ha valaki megkér minket arra, hogy köszönjük meg neki valamit, akkor kritizálás helyett találnánk valamit miért hitelesen tudnánk lelkesedni? Tudod, hogy semmi nem totál csod? Milyen változásokat érnénk evvel el mindkettonk életében?
Mi van akkor, ha te vagy a legnagyszerubb ajándék a világnak, önmagadnak és ezek mindenségének? szeretnéd ezt megmutatni?
Mi van akkor ha ez valami olyan mint amit még soha nem képzeltél és terveztél? És valahogy mégis olyan mintha mindig is errol álmodtál volna a legmélyebb álmaidban? A kérdés az, hogy rémálmok vagy vágyálmok ezek?
Introducing Dr. David A Padgett. Dr. Padgett is a Geography Professor and head of the GIS Lab at Tennessee State University. Dr. Padgett also runs a powerful email alias for HBCU students and their contacts in the Geography field. He is an invaluable resource in our community for Geographic and Geo Spatial information and more of our young people should be exposed to this field. You can call in at (718) 664-6025. You can email the show at email@example.com, tweet us @marchingpodcast or follow our blog at blog4.themarchingpodcast.com
The academic community plays a major role in the growth and development of both key innovations and new young talent. This is our first "Think Spatial" podcast that features interviews with key thought-leaders in the academic community.
Today, we are speaking with Stewart Bruce, GIS Coordinator at Washington College in Chestertown, Md. about why GIS education is so important.
Join your host Wes Blackman as he welcomes Keren Bolter to the High Noon in Lake Worth studios. Keren is a 4th year Geosciences PhD candidate at Florida Atlantic University (FAU) and a researcher for the FAU Center for Environmental Studies. As a consultant for the Southeast Florida Regional Planning Council, Keren has helped organize a Data Common conversation to understand the challenges and opportunities of using data to drive change in Southeast Florida.
In her dissertation research, Keren uses LIDAR digital elevation and water table models in GIS to map vulnerability to inundation, storm surge, and flooding risk. Methods includes analysis of these impacts of SLR, addressing physical, socioeconomic, and health implications. Keren has a bachelor's degree in Environmental Engineering from Tufts University and a master’s degree in Environmental Studies from FAU. Keren has commitment and drive towards increasing awareness; she has presented at numerous lectures, meetings and even with a TEDx talk. Keren worked for two years as a NSF Fellow in the GK-12 program, which was aimed to promote high school student engagement in science education.
Antwain Britt is a professional mixed martial arts (MMA) fighter, gym owner, trainer, and charity fight promoter. He has competed in Strikeforce and the ADCC World Championships. He is also scheduled to face Jeff Monson in a superfight at the ADCC America Nationals Championships on Dec. 7th in Charleston, Wv. Adrienne Adams in the founder and CEO of "The Green Gi," a company that manufactures 100% hemp grappling gis/kimonos and belts. Their product is the only hemp gi company that is 100% American made.
Carlos Viola served for over twenty years as President and CEO of Aeroterra S.A., a technology company dedicated to providing geospatial solutions using GIS (Geographic Information Systems) and satellite imagery, actively participating in all of the many projects undertaken by the company. Passionate reader and writer, Black Lion is his first fiction novel. Carlos Viola's lengthy career in hi-tech satellite systems clearly adds realism to the electrifying details and breakneck pacing of his impressive debut book, Black Lion. An attention-grabbing, action-packed story about an elite group and their mission in America's ongoing war on terror, that keeps readers on a roller coaster ride of emotions – terrified, but not wanting to get off! He currently lives in Buenos Aires with his wife, María. A forty-year career in technology, providing geospatial solutions using Geographic Information Systems (GIS) and satellite imagery, definitely gave Carlos Viola the 'edge' when writing realistic accounts of the part technology plays in the deadly and secretive world of terrorism. His debut novel, Black Lion (Harris & Johanssen Publishers, Inc.), tells the story of Mike Harris, a fearless U.S. Army major and member of the dreaded Desert Lions, an elite group within the Special Forces and feared by the enemy.In Black Lion, readers are alongside these brave heroes as they are plunged into the vivid and real world of deceit, secrecy and clandestine operations; sharing the ride with this elite group as they navigate their way through many deadly circumstances in a pulse-pounding, explosive plot that keeps readers anxiously turning pages! Please visit: www.carlosviola.com for more information on this talented new writer and his thrilling debut novel.