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Have you ever wondered what the Public Service Commission does and what it can do for you? Find out Sunday evening at 6:30 when Commissioner Tim Echols is our guest on "All About Gwinnett?" Mr. Echols was scheduled to be our guest a few weeks ago, but we were unable to talk with him at that time. If you miss the live broadcast, you can listen any time on blogtalkradio.com
Tim Echols, Public Service Commissioner.
Tim Echols was elected to the Public Service Commission in 2010. Prior to joining the commission, he founded “TeenPact”, a “mock legislative” youth program that he expanded to 38 states. When he ran for the Public Service Commission, Mr. Echols emphasized consumer protection, clean energy, and accountability. He continues to focus on those issues today.
Danita points to studies about developmental stages showing that the brain does not completely form until the age of 26 and asks why we are not doing more to extend foster care to that point. She also stresses the need for the guidance of counselors as young adults are trying to reconnect with their birth families.
If you would like more information about Ask a Foster Leader or the Foster Leaders Movment, please visit http://www.FosterLeaders.com or http://www.Facebook.com/FosterLeadersUS.
In this episode of "Bringing Voices To Power" me and April discuss more about the queen mentality vs the hood-rat mentality. April Gail Lee holds a Bachelors Degree in Psychology from the University of Texas at Arlington (UTA) and a Masters of Mental Health Counseling from Walden University. April is a strong black queen who has strong views about the relationship between the black man and black woman. She also has had some powerful testimony about the dangers of involving the black family in family court and the long-term effects that it has on the child. She lends an important voice to the Facebook Page "Afrocentric Psychology" and the black community that provokes great discussion and debate. We will discuss what makes a queen and what constitutes a hood-rat and how we can reunite the black man and woman for the betterment of the black community. We will also talk about what to do when a black non-cutodial parent goes downtown and presses the "white-supremacist button" of financial slavery.
In this episode of Bringing Voices To Power I talk with Peter Proctor, Jr , Promoter, Producer & Entertainer of Community Reinvestment Project, Programs, Products and services. The Rocket City Classic USA, International Multimedia Tradeshow and Stage is an annual community reinvestiment project for the purpose to build a multimedia performing arts theme park designed to create economic prosperity and job opportunity. The event features mulitple stages for producing movies, documentaries and film collaboration. You can visit: http://rocketcityrockthecompoundfactor.com
In this episode of "Bringing Voices To Power" I talk with Brenda Cathey Largent who has a Criminal Justice degree and Co-founder of the Coalition Against the Abuse of Department of Human Services. She attended both NOC college in Oklahoma and Wichita State. Brenda also administrates the FaceBook Page "Investigate Child Protective Services" about the many injustices that occur in the "child services racket" and how it destroys far more families than they help. Brenda will talk about the following: Children dying in States care, Reunification not the funded goal, Immunity for DHS employees, Foster abuse and neglect, no due process within system, no family rights, privacy leaks with other agencies and non family members, no investigation before removal of children, total disregard for constitution or civil rights. Brenda and I will offer some solutions to these problems. The voices that I'm bringing to power are the ones that never get mainstream attention; those victims of the child protective services that allege a some of the following: violating civil rights, crimes against children, narracistic behavior, etc.
In this episode of Bringing Voices To Power I talk with Kobina Bantushango and members of the All African People Development and Empowerment Project. On October 3, 2015, The All African People Development and Empowerment Project (AAPDEP) Huntsville, Alabama branch is hosting their first annual "One Africa One Nation" (OAON) Cultural Festival in conjunction with the City of Huntsville Office of Mulicultural Affairs (OMA). The festival will take place downtown in Big Spring Park from 10:00 a.m.- 5 p.m. The day will feature various aspects of African culture including music, dance, art, poetry and more. A children's village will offer arts and crafts, face painting, story telling, African dance classes and Yoga. Zenzele Consignment will be one of the many festival vendors and will have a mini fashion show and table with traditional West African and modern African-inspired clothing and jewelry available for sell. The OAON Cultural Festival is a fundraiser for the many dynamic programs of AAPDEP and is sure to be a day of family and community fun. All are welcome! We hope to see you all there in Huntsville, Alabama on October 3rd!
In this episode of "Bringing Voices To Power" I discuss the "queen mentality vs. the "hood-rat" mentality with April Gail Lee. April holds a Bachelors Degree in Psychology from the University of Texas at Arlington (UTA) and a Masters of Mental Health Counseling from Walden University. April is a strong Black Queen who has strong views about the relationship between the black man and the black woman. She also has a powerful personal story about her expierences when blacks encounter government ran "child services" and the effects on black lives. She lends an important voice to the Facebook page "Afrocentric Psychology" and the black community that provokes great disscussion and debate. We will discuss what makes a black queen and what constitutes a black hood-rat and how we can reunite the black man and woman for the betterment of the black community.
William Ramsey is the author of "Abomination: Devil Worship And Deception In The West Memphis Three Murders." With shocking insights into one of the most talked about murder cases in American history, Abomination: Devil Worship and Deception in the West Memphis Three Murders reveals the truth about the death of three children in West Memphis, Arkansas in 1993. By analyzing original police transcripts and court documents, William Ramsey conclusively proves that witchcraft and the occult were involved in the heinous murders, and that a continuing wall of deception has prevented the public from realizing the awful truth about the West Memphis Three child killings.
We'll explore the dark underbelly of the WM3, which is the story behind the story.
Ramsey has also authored "Prophet of Evil: Aleister Crowley, 9/11 and the New World Order"
Please join us.
We will be “on location” tonight with our show. The Emily Pearls Show Radio Team, will be at the FAITH & BUSINESS WOMEN’S CONFERENCE, in Collierville, TN.
Tune in for lots of interesting and exciting interviews, and fun on the set.
Cameras 1 and 2 will be rolling the whole time.
We will leave you wanting more, as we will probably only be live for around and hour and a half
The “TEEN TALK” department of “THE EMILY PEARLS SHOW” will also be in the house. This will be their “FIRST LIVE EVENT COVERAGE” assignment. So we will not be doing the Teen Talkers segments, or receiving callers from our listening audience. But you will get an opportunity to hear the TEEN TALKERS do their first “live coverage event”.
As always, at the event with me will be my Co-Host Sybil Marie Presley. Also, our partner, Mrs. Anner Echols, of AJE DREAMLAND will also be on location.
SHOW DIAL IN# 1-646-200-3422, and press 1
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The "chat room" will also be open.
In this episode of "Bringing Voices To Power" I talk with Lawrence County coaches, atheletes and fans about " football rivarly week" and thier love of Lawrence County sports! Coach Rich Dutton is in his 4th season as head coach at Lawrence County High School. He will be coaching the defensive line this season. He is a 1994 graduate of Lawrence County High School, and recieved a B.S. in Spanish from UNA in 1998 where he ran track and cross-country. He coached at Lawrence County as an assistant from 1999-2005 and at Russellville High School from 2006-2007. Most recently he served as defensive coordinator at Austin High School from 2008-2011. He is married to the former Kesha Jeffreys. They have two children, Gracie (14) and Gage (13). Coach Dutton was a part of histroy this past Friday night when he faced his in county rival East Lawrence High School and tied a state record of 7 overtimes. Coach Jarrod Helms is in his first year at East Lawrence High School and also will go down in the history books in this game to remember. He was previously the Atheletic Director and Head Football Coach at Brilliant High School where he led the school to it's first playoff with in over a decade. He also coached at Deshler, Buckhorn, and Russellville High School. He is originally from the Chalybeate Springs area. He is married to Tara Nesmith Helms, and they have three children, Anna (7), Brady (3), and Bella (1). Coach Helms and his family are members of Providence Baptist Church
In this episode of "Bringing Voices To Power" I talk with Faye Medlock who is President of The Medical Cannabis Advocates of Alabama. We will discuss the current state of the legislation, research, Carly's Law and how all this affects the sick and poor people. Faye Medlock will fill us in on how her group is keeping discussion alive and moving the conversation forward.