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  • 00:30

    This is a test run or upcoming show tonight at 7:30pm/ Foodie Greens Chef Kijani

    in Film

    I pray that God will have His way in our show, so pray with me and join me in prayer

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    Protecting You from Toxic Chemicals

    in Environment

    Michael Green, Executive Director for the Center of Environmental Health

    Can you think of anything that matters more to you than your health and the health of those you love? So what's a person to do to get up to speed on what might be making us sick? And what can do about it? Enter Michael Green. About ten years ago, Michael founded the Center for Environmental Health (CEH) to raise public awareness of the corporate use of toxic chemicals and of the many viable, pragmatic solutions to this pervasive threat to public health. Since then he has helped lead national efforts to stop toxic exposures and protect public health. He has also pioneered the groundbreaking legal work that has won landmark victories to protect the public from hazardous consumer products and toxic emissions. So much to share and it seems as though there is never enough time.  Please join us! This show made possible due to the generous support of The Fairfax Companies.

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    Clothes that Fit Your Morals

    in Environment

    Scott Leonard and Matt Reynolds, Co-Founders of Indigenous

    In this case, Indigenous is synonymous with organic, fair trade, ethically sourced and guilt free clothing. I love these two! The backstory:  On a trip to South America back in 1993, Scott encountered the priceless beauty of clothes produced by local artisans. The richness of the culture and the amazing knitting techniques prompted him to bring back more than a souvenir to his Northern California home. He returned with a vision to pioneer a new business model that would invite each of us to wear apparel that demonstrates our commitment to the people and environment. Together, Scotty and Matt have helped form a scalable artisan network through the Indigenous clothing line that reflects a commitment to sustainability, social entrepreneurship and responsible actions by consumers and business alike. These guys are fun, funny and true revolutionaries. You will never feel the same about clothing again - and that is a good thing! This show made possible due to the generous support of The Chapman Automotive Group.

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    Urban Greens

    in Business

    Tune in this Wednesday, July 11th at 12:00 P.M. for "ReNewable Now" with your host, Peter Arpin! This week, Peter will be joined with the Director of Programs from Grow Smart Rhode Island, Sheila Brush.

    The topic will be focused on Urban Greens, a food co-op, and include a discussion with Urban Greens' Cassie Tharinger and Matt Tracy pertaining to building a regional food infrastructure. Cassie Tharinger is currently the marketing manager for a year-round farmers market in Bristol, RI and has been involved with Urban Greens since 2004. Matt Tracy is also a vegetable farmer from Red Plant Vegetables. You can listen to ReNewable Now on the radio (WARL 1320 A.M.) or online at 1320warlradio.com.

    Miss a show? You can catch any of our archived shows on blogtalkradio.com!

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    What If: The Series

    in Environment

    Kevin Bonine
    Director of Education, Biosphere 2, University of Arizona

    What if science could help us prepare for a better future? What if we could make food production more efficient? What if we all learned how to repurpose food waste? What if we could understand the building blocks of our universe? What if we could learn about all of the above by taking a trip to Biosphere2 - a must see wonder of the world where science lives?

    Join us to learn about Biosphere’s exciting What If series as well as their amazing Summer Science Academy that will be here before you know it. My thoughts? What if learning could be fun? And so it shall be! This show sponsored by Biosphere2, University of Arizona.

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    Change the Story, Change the Future

    in Environment

    David Korten

    David C. Korten is an American author, lecturer, engaged citizen, former professor of the Harvard Business School, political activist, prominent critic of corporate globalization, and “by training and inclination a student of psychology and behavioral systems.”  I heard him speak this past summer and he knocked it out of the park and received several standing ovations. So imagine an economy in which life is valued more than money and power resides with ordinary people who care about one another, their community and their natural environment. David will share with us why it is possible and why it is already happening. He believes, as do I, that our common future hangs in the balance. Be prepared to be inspired and filled with hope. This show made possible due to the generous support of The Fairfax Companies.


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    Building Communities

    in Environment

    T VanHook, Executive Director, Habitat for Humanity Tucson

    Habitat for Humanity is not just about building houses. They are about building communities and partnerships. They are about empowering people to revive their neighborhoods and enchance their quality of life. They are about hope, possibility and change. Please join us to hear from T VanHook about what is on the horizon for Habitat for Humanity Tucson for 2016. It’s all about community. This show sponsored by Habitat for Humanity Tucson.

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    Women vs. Toxic Chemicals

    in Environment

    Erin Switalski, Executive Director, Women’s Voices for the Earth

    All those in favor of a toxic free future, please say “aye.” Ready for this to start your new year off healthy? Women’s Voices for the Earth (WVE) was formed by a group of visionary women leaders in Missoula, Montana in 1995. Seeing that many environmental organizations at the time failed to include women in leadership positions and did not fully recognize the systemic connections between health, class, race, and the environment, WVE sought to create a new environmental organization led by women. Their incredibly important mission? To amplify women’s voices to eliminate the toxic chemicals that harm our health and communities. Imagine that! Plan to join us because our health matters – men, women, and children! This show made possible due to the generous support of The Fairfax Companies.

    class, consumer behavior, corporate practice, environment, government policy, leadership, race, toxins, women in leadership

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    Green Investing: What’s Your Strategy?

    in Environment

    Timothy Yee, President & Co-Founder of Green Retirement Inc.

    How green is your investing? What do you know about the growing Divest-Invest movement gaining speed all over the country and moving millions of dollars? Will Social Security be there to sustain you in your golden years? So many great questions and Timothy Yee has so many great answers. His extensive experience in the financial services industry of more than 19 years includes being a Vice-President at Bank of America and Branch Manager, AVP, at T. Rowe Price. Timothy is an Accredited Investment Fiduciary and holds numerous FINRA registrations. He is happy and humbled to be the advisor for the retirement plans of Hog Island Oyster Company in San Francisco, Busboys and Poets in Washington, D.C., and SunCommon in Vermont, amongst others. Timothy has been quoted in various media including the New York Times, Fiduciary News, and The Fiscal Times. And now, we will have some fun learning as Timothy shares his knowledge with MGW listeners.  This show made possible to do the generous support of The Chapman Automotive Group.

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    SETH NEBLETT! Visits This Side of the River with Show host TGC & Donnie Sterling

    in Music

    1/21/2016 THIS Thursday SETH NEBLETT!!

    Seth Neblett is an American photographer, singer and editor. Born in Highland Park, MI. He is the only child of American funk/R&B singer Mallia Franklin of Parliament-Funkadelic/Parlet fame, also known as the Queen of Funk and session drummer Nathaniel "Nate" Neblett. As a child, he sang on songs by Parliament, Funkadelic and Bootsy's Rubber Band "This Boot Is Made For Funk'n". In 1989, Derrick Ladd (A&R) offered him an opportunity to join the roster of the newly formed LaFace Records, but Seth declined because he was reluctant to leave his group to become a solo artist. His photography credits include the PBS P-Funk documentary "One Nation Under A Groove" and he also photographed Parlet (his mother Mallia, Shirley Hayden and Jeanette Washington) for the cover of "Funk U! magazine" in France in 1997. Most recently he shot the cover of Diva, Miki Howard's 2008 release "Private Collection" and the 2008 cover of cookbook "[Champagne & Collard Greens]" for Maxi B. Seth has also been credited at one time as Miki Howard's publicist. In 2008, Seth was the editor at large of an entertainment website launched that he conceived called grownpeoplesbiz.com. The site was defunct shortly after. He's created content with friends and music celebrities like Maxi B. of the Mary Jane Girls, Miki Howard, Sheila E. and others. Seth is writing a autobiography with his mother and her funk singing sisters, The Brides of Funkenstein and Parlet. Seth's Mother, Mallia "Queen of Funk" Franklin died at the age of 57 in 2010. Seth directed his first two music videos in 2010, "Favorite Time of the Year" for Miki Howard and "Dedicated" for Vesta Williams.

    Cited: http://www.imdb.com/name/nm3764707/bio?ref_=nm_ov_bio_sm

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    Slow food, super greens, fermented food & herbal alchemy.

    in Women

    Have you truly thought about the frequency, the life force energy of your food?  If you are looking for some inspiration in the kitchen, if you want to take your health to the next level and if you want to bring it all to your kitchen table with a higher frequency and with more mindfulness then don't miss this interview.  Shakti Grace (aka The Holistic Chef) talks slow food, clean food, fermented food and herbal alchemy to nurture and nourish your family.  She has translated her cheffing skills from high-end private yachts to your table.  Shakti brings fine food to the household kitchen and includes super foods, fermented foods and herbal alchemy so that you can enjoy food on a whole new level - a level of nourishment and healing.  "Let food be thy medicine and medicine be thy food" has a whole new meaning here.  Not only medicine for the body, but also for the soul, your family and the planet. www.theholisticchef.com.au