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Please Join Host Farhiya Mohamed and guest speakers Carlin Yoophum and Tigist Negash from Seattle, Washington as they talk about trauma experienced by African Immigrant and Refugee Women and non-traditional ways of healing from the trauma.
In 1996 an illegal immigrant was found guilty of attempted murder and sentenced to prison. He was to be deported to his home country after serving his sentence in CT. However, he was not deported and 5 months after his release he murdered Casey Chadwick in Norwich, CT.
Our guest is Wendy Hartling, the mother of murder victim Casey Chadwick. Ms. Hartling and her daughter were very close and the tragic loss has been devastating. Advocacy to raise public awareness and reform of failed national deportation policies for dangerous convicted immigrants has become Ms. Hartling's goal.
She appears along with her Attorney Chester Fairlie of New London, CT who has served as a crime victim advocate for twenty six years. He is a co-facilitator of the support group in New London for Survivors of Homicide. Survivors may contact the group through Mr.Ill Fairlie's office phone 860 443 5297.
Join Host Fatima Kourouma as she discusses the intersection of Domestic of Violence and HIV/AIDS with guest speakers Grace Aron and Veronica Saccoh, describing the prevalence and intersection of HIV/AIDS and Domestic Violence in the African Immigrant and Refugee Community, and identifying culturally specific and culturally competent evidence based practice intervention and prevention strategies.
"The immigrant rape crisis in Europe."
Sharia Law on patrol in the UK
Understanding the Book of Revelation. (Chapter 11) Two witnesses.
The Sound Check: Francesca Battistelli.
Donald Trump held a press conference in Los Angeles tonight, joined by family members of individuals killed by illegal immigrants. Trump met with them in private earlier today before holding the presser.
Trump started things out by again insisting that his remarks about immigrants were absolutely on-point, saying that Mexico is deliberately sending less than its best into the United States.
He touted how he’s the only candidate talking about this, dismissed the “very few” protesters gathered nearby to stand against up, and ripped the media for being “dishonest” in its coverage of him.
Trump then handed things over to the aforementioned family members to share their personal, heartfelt stories and why they’re standing with Trump on this issue.
Joe rants on hypocritical Facebook posts by so-called Christians.
Teen kills 5 people with knife. Where are the knife-control stories?
Illegal immigrant out on bail for criminal convictions for burglary and sex offenses. WHY is he allowed to remain in our country?
Have you had your healthy dose of reality lately?
There are always at least two sides to every story. Have you ever wondered how someone, who saw the same thing you did, walked away telling a vastly different story? Which version was correct? Which one was the REAL story? Actually, both are! It’s just a matter of perspective.
Joe takes the issues… especially the controversial issues (politics, prejudice, religion, illegal immigration)… and brings in people from different sides to share their viewpoint. This is definitely not a fluff piece. And while no one is attacked, the questions are hard-hitting.
But the conversation is always respectful and you’re sure to learn something new, even if you don’t agree!
If you’ve always wondered how the “other side” thinks and how they’ve arrived at their “stand”, then this is the show for you!
It’s not the right side, it’s not the wrong side, but the REAL side of the issues!
The Tampa Natives Show broadcast is a fond look back at growing in Tampa Florida when things were much more simple, the "Good Ole Days".
Your hosts will discuss Tampa's unique history involving the Cuban, the Spanish and the Sicilian immigrant and the development of the cigar industry. Few cities in the US can match our story for its diversity and its culture. From Vicente Martinez Ybor and Jose Marti to Lou Piniella and Tony LaRussa, Tampa's history is replete with color and style.
Join your hosts brothers Chick and Mario Núñez for a funfilled 90 minute retrospective account like none you've heard before. Each Saturday at 10:30 am (Tampa time), these two 4th generation Tampa Natives will share their stories. You see, it's one thing to "know" the history, it's quite another to have lived it. They will take your calls and keep you entertained. Say hello to the newest podcast sensations you've never heard from before.
Laugh till your stomachs hurt, cause your Saturday mornings never felt so good. Grab your coffee (or your cafe con leche if you prefer) and come along for the ride.
Shieh-Chi Chen is the president of 2Sisters Consulting Inc. An executive coach and consultant with clients at the senior leadership and management levels. She brings twenty years of diversity training and consulting to North American businesses. And she has seen it all!
Shieh-Chi coined the phrase ¨A thousand little cuts.¨ It speaks to all our experiences trying to establish, promote, and protect our unique selves. Tonight she shares her diversity journey, and what she's learned. This show is for all organizational leaders and members at all levels. Learn what it takes to self-manage the need to express your own unique diversity. And how to build and sustain diverse organizations.
Behind every newly ordained citizen come incredible tales of faraway lands, of individuals consumed with hope, and their unshakable determination. An Immigrant Story seeks to highlight the journeys of those that left behind everything in pursuit of a better life abroad. We discuss fond memories of native lands, transitions to a new life in America, and reflections of how far life has led them thus far. Callers are more than welcome to share their impressions or similar experiences during designated breaks throughout the interview, given roughly every 20-30 minutes. (Or you can post on the Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/AnImmigrantStory)
Today's episode features Raymond Gager, although born in Indonesia he has grown up and lived in a staggering amount of countires that span the entire globe. Listen to find out more about his life as a global citizen and why he decided to finally move to Dallas, Texas.
Music by Oliver Tank in order of played:
Help You Breathe
Last Night I Heard Everything in Slow Motion
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Once again the immigration crisis was front and center in the most recent Republican presidential debate and what the candidates had to say requires an interpreter to attempt to decipher what their positions are on this most critical of all challenges facing America and Americans today.
This evening we will try to peer through the veil of semantics and hopefully understand what most of them are really saying or not saying. We have seen too many examples of the misfeasance and malfeasance of the Obama administration- the next administration must not be allowed to continue down this road!
On January 26, 2016 FrontPage Magazine posted my article, “Missing in America: Millions of Non-Immigrant Aliens: DHS report documents hundreds of thousands of illegal aliens who entered last year.”
On January 27th I was interviewed by Deirdre Bolton on her Fox Business News program, “Risk & Reward to discuss the recent escape of three convicted felons in California- one of who was a citizen of Viet Nam who had been previously ordered deported but was never removed from the United States. The video of my interview was posted on Fox News under the title, “California jail escapee was ordered deported back to Vietnam in 1998.- Former INS Senior Special Agent Michael Cutler on the escape of three inmates from a California jail and the Syrian refugee crisis.”
Please tell your friends about my show and join my “Bucket Brigade of Truth!” Also- make certain to get involved- Democracy is not a spectator sport!