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This week Kai talks with Keith C. Holmes author of Black Inventors: Crafting Over 200 Years of Success. Kai met Mr. Holmes at The 43rd Annual Legislative Conference of the Congressional Black Caucus this year and invited him on the show he graciously accepted. He is a fan of Keith's work and can't wait to discuss with him the history of Black innovation and ingenuity that he has researched and unearthed all over the planet.
Black Inventors, Crafting Over 200 Years of Success, highlights the work of Black inventors from over seventy countries. The author, Keith C. Holmes, has spent more than twenty years researching Black inventors around the world. Without inventions, innovations, financial resources, materials, muscle and labor saving devices, civilizations cannot exist and flourish. Author Keith Holmes will dispel myth and outright falsehood about the contribution that the Black race has made in inventions around the world.
My first guest for this week show will be Mr. Chip Coffey. Mr. Coffey is The Director of Theraphy Services for St luke's Behavioral Health in Phoenix, Arizona. I will be speaking with Mr. Coffey about the impact of mental illness on our society. Please listen into the show and participate
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Did you know that 1 in 11 American women are entrepreneurs? The Women Inventorz Network helps women realize their entrepreneurial dreams- we are excited to feature one of the founders and an inventors expert, Dhana Cohen as well as her colleague Melinda Knight in honor of Entrepreneurship Week February 2013.
MyCity4HerRadio host and Executive Producer Monyka Berrocosa will talk about all the things women who are investors, or thinking of commercialising a product should know and be aware of. MyCity4HerRadio is produced by MyCity4Her Media - which also publishes MyCity4Her.com.
Women Inventorz Network (W.I.N) is the only independent organization for women inventors in the US and Canada. Founders and inventor experts, Dhana Cohen and Melinda Knight help women inventors by evaluating products based on 10 points of retail readiness, marketing, logo design, website effectiveness, etc and provide guidance in making necessary improvements. W.I.N. is a connector and launch pad for women inventors to get their products found.
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Join Paul Lawrence Vann as he hosts author, Keith C. Holmes who shares his incredible book, "Black Inventors Crafting 200 Years of Success.
Keith C. Holmes is goign to provide a behind the scenes look at black inventors and how their inventions make our daily lives better each day.
Mr. Holmes book documents quite a few inventions, patents, and labor saving devices conceived by Black Inventors. This book provides insight on Black inventions from around the world.
Keith C. Holmes introduces inventions, both past and present that balck people invented and patented globally and multiculturally. There is no other book like this one and that's why listeners should tune in to discover more about Black Inventors Crafting 200 Years of Success.
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Powerful ideas on creating the right enviornment to manifest ideas for a better standard of living. How to reach a level of consonance enabling the body and mind working together to acheive new inventions through spiritual connection
Television, a medium of communication. Television was not invented by a single inventor, instead many people working together and alone over the years, contributed to the evolution of television.
The 'first' generation of television sets were not entirely electronic. The display (TV screen) had a small motor with a spinning disc and a neon lamp, which worked together to give a blurry reddish-orange picture about half the size of a business card! The period before 1935 is called the "Mechanical Television Era". This type of television is not compatible with today's fully-electronic television system.
Join Young Media Critics host Juanita Richburg Seon and her young associate Erika Shoemaker as they explore the medium "Television" on this week's "I'll Have a Medium, Please - Television!
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This week on Mom Talk Radio, Rebecca Jackson, neuropsychological educator and author of The Learning Habit: A Groundbreaking Approach to Homework and Parenting That Helps Our Children Succeed in School and Life, shares tips from her book. Spotlight on Moms features Limor Suss of TrendsGirl.com. Shelly Sekki, President at WorkPlace Impact, shares benefits of unplugging on vacation. Lifestyle expert, Katie Humphrey, shares how our emotions wreak havoc on our health. Rachelle Doorley, Author of TinkerLab: A Hands-On Guide for Little Inventors, shares why she believes tinkering is important to early childhood development.