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Heroes of Katrina: Ten Years after: Bonnie Kaye: Our Children and Heroine
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Since Hurricane Katrina, the onslaught of heroine into St. Bernard Parish has increased to nearly epidemic proportions. The Center for Disease Control and Prevention indicated that in 2009, the drug induced death rate in Louisiana was higher than the national average. For the 2004 - 2008 time period, St. Bernard Parish in Louisiana had the 5th highest rate of drug poisoning deaths in the country, at 48 deaths per 100,000 population.
Our guest, Bonnie Kaye, lost her daughter to heroine. Bonnie’s grieving began years before her daughter Jennifer stuck a needle in her arm for one last high.
“My daughter was dying for a long period of time,” Kaye, an Oxford Circle resident, said recently. “You are dying for a long time before the actual death comes.”
Kaye shares the heartbreaking story of her daughter’s overdose death in 2002 with her new book Jennifer Needle in Her Arm: Healing from the Hell of My Daughter’s Addiction.
Writing is familiar territory for Kaye, a relationship counselor and author of eight books who also operates the Northeast GED Center, in Philadelphia. But that experience, as well as the passage of 12 years, didn’t make her latest book any easier to write.
Please join us for a compelling and emotional look at an American tragedy.
Hurricane Katrina will always be remembered by Americans as one of the worst Natural Weather related disasters and tragedies. Over 1,830 people would lose their lives in this awful Hurricane as well as over 100 people are still missing here in 2015. Not only that, but builidings and homes and such were all ruined and destroyed. One good example, was Six Flags New Orleans which was growing so popular that before the Hurricane Six Flags was getting ready to announce a new water park! Six Flags New Orleans was completley wiped out due to the Hurricane!
On this show, CIA Alex Cardinale will be discussing Hurricane Katrina and everything you need to know! Plus we will hear from 2 Hurricane Katrina survivors on the show!
Inspiration Empowerment & BREAKTHROUGH!/ w/ Dr. Beverly L. Swanson A LIVE Radio Talk Show of Real People Sharing Real Stories of Great Trials & Great Faith
JOIN ME and my Featured Guest Minister Deborah Walker Minister of Prayer at Oasis Church in Rancho Cordova Califonia. Minister Deborah is sharing her Thankfulness to God the Father for her and her children miracuously surving the Castophic attack of Hurricane Katrina August 29, 2005.
On August 29, 2005 Hurricane Katrina hit New Orleans La at category 5. My daughters and I left 14 hours before storm came.
We drove to Hattiesburg Mississippi which was 2 hours away and it took us almost 8 hrs to arrive at our destination thinking we were not going to be affected as much. After Hurricane Katrina struck Hattiesburg Miss. We could not leave the house because big trees were in the middle of street and some landed on houses. We were stuck in that city for four days. There was no electricity, no running water, and we could not use our cell phones, and the temperature was extremely hot. It was by grace of God how we made it out. I'm greatful that we survived. Through the power of prayer and God's faithfulness the storm could not touch my prayer partner's home. SEE YOU on The AIR!
Dr. Beverly L. Swanson, EAGLE WINGS, Servant Leader of the LORD,Inspirational Keynote Speaker, Spiritual Advisor, Christian Counselor, Personal Live Development drbeverlylswanson.com
In the echo of Hurricane Katrina, World Footprints will explore a sample of the multiple treasures that can be found in New Orleans. We will share a wonderful conversation with Chef Leah Chase of Dokie Chase restaurant fame. Chef Leah is an iconic figure in New Orleans. She was the inspiration behind Tiana, the principle character in the Disney Animated Picture Princess and the Frog. Then World Footprints will take listeners through two little known musuems, the Free People of Color museum and the African-American museum. Other stops on this audio trip include a tour through Treme and a visit to the famed Carosel bar in the Hotel Monteleone. New Orleans is a treasure trove of wonderful museums, rich history and cultural gumbo and today’s show will explore just a few of the treasure today.
Life Storms: Hurricane Katrina
Acknowledging the 10 year anniversary of Hurricane Katrina, this week on Intuitive Transformation Radio, Matthew Engel will be chatting with Author Jennifer Gremillion about her new book, Life Storms: Hurricane Katrina. As a survivor of the devastating storm, Jennifer's book is a love story consisting of untold stories, impetuous growth, gripping challenges, lessons learned and recognized miracles. Jennifer reflects on her experience of having weathered many other “life storms” and finding the immense beauty of it all - ultimately claiming her authentic soul. This book explores how we respond to the storms in our lives and how to make the journey magnificent, joyful and conducive to reclaiming our whole, magnificent, beautifully flawed selves.
Jennifer Gremillion is a screen writer, blogger and auther. She holds a M.A. Her inspirational blog posts can be enjoyed on her website: www.jennifergremillion.com. Jennifer Gremillion resides in Southern California with her husband, two sons, and dog.
Matthew Engel, MSW, CHt is an Intuitive Counselor, Executive Coach, Hypnotherapist, Past Life Regressionist, Inspirational Speaker and Host of Intuitive Transformation Radio. He has supported thousands of people in activating their inner light for 19 years. For more info and to sign up for his free newsletter, please visit: www.matthewengel.com
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This is a very special show this evening as we are up ten years from Hurricane Katrina and the after math in New Orleans
Joining Unaga Aria and Titia J. Davis will be Nefertiti Bennett who was a Resident of New Orleans when Hurricane Katrina Hit on August 28th 2005
Show time is at 9:00 pm ct 10pm eastern
Call in number is 718-506-1960
Ten years ago one of the most devasting natural disasters to ever hit the U.S. was Hurricane Katrina. It lead to the displacement of many New Orleans natives as well as took away thosands of lives and building structures. Ceddy J and Taryn Brown remember where they were at the time of this historical moment and how it impacted their lives. In Creole Spirit, Life After Dusk Live also celebrates the culture by playing some of the music from one of the best subgenres in the world known as "New Orleans Bounce."
The team also talks about some of the hot mess and hot news including some of the new words added to the Oxford dictionary. Feel free to call-in at 347-202-0389.
This week we will talk about:
What drove Vester Flanagan to commit those murders on live TV?
Hurricane Katrina 10 years later. What have we learned.
Has the success of Straight Outta Compton helped or hurt future biopics of Hip hop icons?
Is it time to take Donald Trump seriously?
Is modern Feminism helping our hurting the black community.
We will discuss this and much more today on #LFCRadio. Our guest will be Dr. Tommy Curry from Texas A&M University.
Today's Episode of the Real Delia Show will be about Lessons from Hurricane Katrina. It has been 10 years since the Gulf Coast and especially the city of New Orleans, was devastated by Hurricane Katrina. We will be remembering the images we saw on the news and what was done, right & wrong. What have we learned from Hurricane Katrina. How can we best be prepared for emergency situations that can arise with little or no warning. People in the wake of tropical storms, tornadoes and hurricanes have advance notice to evacuate, but sometimes they don't. . . Why and why not? Lots of questions will be asked, and hopefully together we can arrive at some good answers. We don't want to see any more "avoidable" suffering like we witnessed 10 years ago
Immediately after the Real Delia Show is Tony Smith and the analysts from Letstalksportsnation.com with Let's Talk Sports Radio Show (They have a TV show also on Thursdays on SF Cable access and online at www.letstalksportsnation.com). Today will ba all about Football and focusing on the AFC with an AFC preview and early predictions. . . . Get ready for 150 minutes of informative and entertaining radio. . . right here on the Jay King Network. . . where the people come together.
One of our success stories, here on the JKN, even though each show host is their own content supervisor within a guideline and responsible for their own shows, this “lady cab driver” not only works hard for her money, but works hard for her show. on every Monday at 4pm
Then, it’s on like popcorn – LETS TALK SPORTS!! – they cover the universal world of game, and await your interaction – 347-205-9366.
August 29th marked the 10th anniversary of Hurricane Katrina, Friday will mark the 14th anniversary of 9/11, and on September 3rd, U.S. county clerk Kim Davis was jailed for contempt of court for adhering to the convictions of her Christian faith. Surviving crises is nothing new to Americans. We have learned a great deal about man-made and natural disasters, but how do we survive disasters that arise from our faith? During this week's broadcast, we will pay tribute to survivors of Katrina and 9/11, and we will examine the circumstances that led to the arrest of Kim Davis. What happens next, and how do we prepare for battles that will surely come as a result of our faith? Be sure to join Adrienne and me as we discuss these topics, the upcoming CNN presidential debate, Hillary Clinton's email scandal, other hot topics, and breaking news.
Tune in to The Right Voice for the live show with Glo Smith and Adrienne Ross from 8:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. Eastern/7:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. Central every Tuesday. Become part of the conversation by calling in to (646) 200-3715 to comment and ask questions. If you miss the live show, remember that each broadcast is archived, so you may listen to the podcast at any time that is convenient for you.
Hard copy or digital? The literary world is continually evolving, creating innovative technologies that allow us to read books and materials we may never have had access to otherwise. Is the price, however, too high to pay? Are the innovations in book readers and publishing impacting the literacy rates of our citizens? What of our brick and morar libraries? Let's talk about it!
And, as people commemorate the anniversary of Hurricane Katrina and remember those that lost their lives we ask the question, are you and your family prepared if a natural disaster hits your community?
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