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Tracy L. Bell host "Conversations Of A Sistah" on Blogtalk Radio. In light of the "no indictment" verdict in Ferguson, MO KYD Works return to the show to discuss his organizations crusade to help end an epidemic of gun violence that is killing our people and prevalent in our communities.
Conversations Of A Sistah, with Host Tracy L. Bell discusses in her commentary children and homosexual influences on "Conversations Of A Sistah" via Blog Talk Radio.
Now an Entrepreneur, Philanthropist and Motivational Speaker, Katrina Walker converted what she knows verses what she's experienced, into a motivational tool of success. Her Tennessee based RainbowKidz Learning Center is currently expanding into a national brand. Ms. Walker is the product of "anything's possible".
Join "Conversations Of A Sistah" host Ms. Tracy L. Bell on the next "Conversations Of A Sistah" as she sits down with Ms. Walker to talk about her road of success from "Victim to Victor"!
So "The Donald" last name Trump, is the Republican front runner in the race for the primary's. While many see him as a joke and don't take him seriously, the polls are speaking to his ego that if the Republican Party doesn't treat him fairly, he will run independently. Can President Trump be a reality? Or is this just another platform fro attention?
Join host Tracy L. Bell at 6:30 p.m. for her topic "Let's Talk Politics" coming up on the next "Conversations Of A Sistah".
Controversy and speculation surround the events of Sandra Bland. The 28 year old Chicago woman who committed suicide in a Waller County (Texas) jail. Bland was stopped by state trooper, Brian Encinia for failure to signal before changing lanes. At some point a scuffle ensued, Bland kicked the officer and he arrested her for assault. Three days later Bland was found dead in her jail cell of an apparent suicide.
Join Host, Tracy L. Bell at 6:30 p.m. on "Conversations Of A Sistah" as I address this question and talk about the comparison between Bland's suicide and that of another black woman in the same cell the day before.
Tracy L. Bell - Blog Talk Radio...host of "Conversations Of A Sistah" via Blog Talk Radio, with this weeks guest, hip-hop lyricist KYD ("killing your demographic") Works (Hassan Barrow). He belongs to an organization called "Stop, Don't Shoot," which aims to curtail the "inappropriate use of firearms" by all !!
Conversations Of A Sistah on Blog Talk Radio with host, Ms. Tracy L. Bell, as she discusses "RACISM IN AMERICA" and its impact on our ways of thinking.
Are African Americans Being Killed Senselessly? From Sandra Bland, to Kindra Chapman and all the other black women who alledgedly committed suicide behind bars. Injsutice seems to be the norm, from Feguson, MO to Baltimore, MD, New York and now another young black man killed in a routine traffic stop in Cincinnati, Ohio. Samuel DuBose shot in the head at point blank range. These incidents seem to be frequent and many. When will it cease?
Join our Host Tracy L. Bell on the next "Conversations Of A Sistah" as we address the issue " Are African Americans Being Killed Senselessly?
The Year in Review, with host Tracy L. Bell on "Conversations Of A Sistah" via Blog Talk Radio.com As I take a look back at some of my hottest topics of the year (2014). All the guest who stopped by "Conversations Of A Sistah" to promote their books, business and/or products. Tune in as we "sound off" for the year!
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Welcome to the radio program that refelects the power of conversation. Through this simple act, we can create a community of support, develop a course of action and begin to build the bridge to honest & Compassionate communication.
Ruth Curran, MS , Author ~ Being Brain Healthy: What my recovery from brain injury taught me and how it can change your life. ~~ Ruth Curran drew on her experience successfully overcoming a traumatic brain injury suffered in an automobile accident to become an expert on maximizing brain health and function through lifestyle modification and "turning up the noise on life." Passionate about the connection between the brain and daily functioning, she believes everyone -- regardless of age or stage of life -- has the ability to use neuroplasticity to live a richer, deeper, more fully engaged life.
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Good morning and welcome to Get Healthy Now with Denise Thomson, founder of Miclknight, where health and wellness are one. I am an educator, speaker, author, fitness trainer and passionate about healthy living.
Gift: at the end
What exactly is sleep? What is it's definition? (Wikipedia)
How much sleep do we need to feel good the next morning?
Rule of thumb:
Newborns (0-3months) 14-17 hours
Infants (4-11 months) 12 - 15 hours
Toddlers (1-2 years) 11 - 14 hours
Preschoolers (3-5 years) 10 - 13 hours
School-age children (6-13 years) 9 - 11 hours
Teenagers (14-17 years) 8 - 10 hours
Young Adults (18-25 years) & Adults (26-64 years) 7 - 9 hours
Older Adults (65 and over) 7 - 8 hours.
Why is sleep so important in our lives?
~60% of waste products produced during sleep, body recovers, skin restores,
Lack of sleep: slows down healing process, motor skills are slower, tremors from lack of sleep or too much caffeine....
Why does good sleep improve our health?
Where do you sleep the best, your own bed or anywhere? Why? Mattress, pillow, blanket, different bed, unfamiliar room, ...
Who decides on whether or not we sleep well?
For children it's the parents......
For adults..... they decide.....
Good, deep, and solid sleeps makes you feel so good that you can say upon waking up in the morning:
"Today is the best day of my life again!!!"
Answer the above questions for yourself and see where you can improve.
Gift: download free ebook about health thomson.enagicweb.com
Until next week!
Stay healthy and be empowered!
Conversations Of A Sistah on Blog Talk Radio with host Tracy L. Bell for this week's topic "Black on Black crime" Policemen are killing black men throughout the country in record nubers but should ‘black on black’ crime be the real focus of outrage? With my guest Dr. Kenneth L. Osborne, Director of Risk Reduction Services for the Tennessee Department of Correction, former Warden of Sheridan Correctional Center in Chicago, Illinois and Author of When Mama is Daddy: The Male Crisis and Challenge of Ending Father Absence.
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