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Jerri Tillot returns to the show to update her case against the BLM regarding the unlawful and unnecessary roundups and eventual captivity or slaughter of our wild horses. Having filed numerous lawsuits in an effort to halt the illegal obliteration of these wild herds, Jerry has been relentless in her efforts to stop the killing off of these wild herds.
This week, Jerri will speak about the "evasion of evidence" utilized by the courts to protect the BLM. This refusal to look at any real evidence, studies, or independent information coming from outside the BLM is the tool used to claim the litigant has "no standing".
Please join us as we review what is by its very existence, malfeasance of the courts and public offices.
Welcome to the new format for the Friendship Centers' Podcast. For a long time now we've focused on the challenges of caregiving, but there are so many other services the Friendship Centers offer. We're not walking away from helping our listeners with the challenges of being a caregiver, just expanding into different areas where the Friendship Centers have some amazing programs and support for the aging community.
Our first guest on "Ten Minutes of Friendship" is Jerri Sutton, Director of the RSVP program. RSVP is part of Senior Corps and is America’s largest volunteer network for people 55 and over. Volunteers make a difference by tutoring in the classrooms, becoming career mentors, helping other seniors get the health care they need, supporting those who served in the military or their families, and building capacity so neighborhood non-profits will be more effective in reaching their goal.
These podcasts are all made possible thanks to the support of the Friendship Centers. Their slogan, "People Helping People" couldn't describe them better. It's an amazing group of people totally dedicated to the Southwest Florida communities.
Good Deeds presents Motivational Speaker/Author Tori Lynn.Tori speaks to men and women who are facing or has gone through a divorce or hardship. Tori obtained a Bachelors of Science in Business Administration degree in three years, graduating in 2000. During this time, she was also a full-time student studying to become a license barber/stylist. Tori was born and raised in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma and in 2002, Dallas, Texas became her new home where she currently resides with her two daughters.
Tori Lynn travels with her mother, Jerri Lynn, speaker/author of “The Black Woman’s Attitude and The Men Who Want To Love Us,” discussing her new highly anticipated release: The Divorce. Tori speaks on having the confidence to start anew with two children after losing everything: homes, cars, money, her marriage and her Faith.
Facing hardship, trials, and tribulations caused the birth of her autobiography “The Divorce” as she began to write about her experiences while empathizing with others’ pain. Tori candidly shares her own pain and the loss of her faith in family, man, and God. The thought of suicide became an option, but God; who she later realized had never left her, stepped in and turned her mess into a message. She wants others to know that God has not left them either so, LIVE!
On February 20, 2014, Tori released her story in the suspenseful, jaw-dropping, compelling and riveting read, “The Divorce.”
Jerri Lange has had a wealth of experience in television (both in front of the camera and behind the scenes). Her colorful career has yielded numerous awards in the field of broadcasting, and in April 1978 San Francisco State University issued its most prestigious honor, the Broadcast Preceptor Award, given by the Broadcast Communications Arts Department "in recognition of signal accomplishments, leadership and adherence to the highest standards in broadcasting" to three recipients: Walter Cronkite, Mike Wallace, and Jerri Lange.
Between 1969 and 1979, Jerri was host of a number of television programs in San Francisco which focused on community issues at KEMO, KBHK, KGO, and KQED (where she also served on the board). Jerri became the first black woman to host a national talk show, Turnabout, which was produced at the San Francisco public television station KQED and broadcast on 148 stations throughout the country.
Jerri was comfortable on camera, and comfortable interviewing superstars such as Shirley MacLaine, Sammy Davis, Jr., Rock Hudson, and others. On March 1, 1978 at KQED she was honored as "The Outstanding Broadcaster of the Year" by American Women in Radio and Television.
As a professor of Broadcast Communications Arts at San Francisco State University, Jerri taught Broadcasting and Affirmative Action, Women in Media, and Writing for Radio and Television. She also lectured a graduate class in Communications at Stanford University. She was granted an interview with Professor Arnold Tonybee, historian and member of the Royal Institute of International Studies in London.
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Tune in to R.E.A.L. Single Wives Radio as Koereyelle and V discuss the latest in Entertainment and Celeb news. Our featured guest is Author and Life Coach Dr. Stacia Pierce who will share valuable resources for singles seeking relationships and anyone seeking success! Plus, don't miss Health Hot Topics with Holistic Practitioner Jerri Evans of TurningNatural.com!
Belle has found her true passion as a Transformational Coach for Daring Women Seeking Success Strategies, Business Breakthroughs, and Mid Life Makeovers. She works with clients to set and achieve life and business goals, attain superior life balance and dream and plan for their futures. Her mentoring and consulting skills and systematic approach to organization benefit her clients significantly.
Coaching has proven to be where Belle has found her stride. It has opened up an amazing network of women worldwide willing to step out and make a difference. The relationships with these women have opened her eyes to all the wonderful ways in which to assist others in this world and give back in whatever way possible.
As a radio show host, Belle’s Buzz Talk Radio Show airs every Tuesday of the month. On her show, Belle is excited to feature exceptional guests willing to share their “pearls of wisdom” for her audience. As the shows have hit the internet on Bold Radio Station, it has certainly proven to be an uplifting experience for those listening.
Please join in and listen to Belle’s Buzz Talk Radio Show. Here is the link: http://www.boldradiostation.com/belle-kohen/
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Tune in to R.E.A.L. Single Wives Radio as Koereyelle and V discuss the latest in Entertainment and Celeb news. Our featured guest is Author Lillie Mae, CEO of LillieMaePR! She's sharing secrets from her new book Glambitious! Plus, don't miss Health Hot Topics with Holistic Practitioner Jerri Evans of TurningNatural.com!
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Tune in to R.E.A.L. Single Wives Radio as we discuss the latest in Entertainment and Celeb news. Our featured guest is Kevin Brown who will share secrets to living debt free. Plus, don’t miss our Health Hot Topics segment with Holistic Practitioner Jerri Evans to find out the truth about Maca Root.
Oohhh... Do you remember? Billie Jean, Control, Fight the Power, Cool It Now and Roxann, Roxann!!!!
Oh My God! Michael Jackson. Janet Jackson. Public Enemy. New Edition. UTFO.
Yes! I remember.
Well what about FUBU clothes, family bar-be-cues, and "Battlin" "Breakin" & "Rappin" in the street? Taping "For Lovers' Only" on a cassette tape? Racing home to see "He-Man" or "Thundercats" cartoons? Frying up french fries with the old grease sitting on the stove in the Crisco can? Drinking sugar water cuz you didn't have any Kool-Aid? And having to be home before the street lights came up?
Dang, Mama. Its summer time! Oh, so I was the only one begging? REALLY?
This was a time when only doctors had pagers and only lawyers and business men needed phones. When there was no such thing as a home computer. Television only had five channels and went off at 2am. When the only cable company was "Preview" after 8pm. Oh no, no Netflix and Hula Plus? And we were told, "Children should be seen; not heard"
Welllll.... It's June. And June is Black Music Month. And we here at REAL TALK LIVE 216 love our black music. But you know, REAL TALK LIVE 216, had to go DEEPER. Cuz it's not just about black music. It's about the times we had; OUR YOUTH. -
So tonight, REAL TALK LIVE 216 is celebrating Black Music Month by going: BLACK IN DA DAY!!!!!!!!!!
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Tune in to R.E.A.L. Single Wives Radio as we discuss the latest in Entertainment and Celeb news. Our featured guest is Shaneka McClarty who will share secrets to living well; mind, body and spirit. Plus, don’t miss our Wives Wisdom moment with our favorite Wife Coach Author Lakia Brandenburg.
Jerri Eddington, Ed.D. ♥Soul Success Coach ♥ Educator ♥ Mediator ♥ Energy Healer ♥ Facilitator of Change ♥ Online Trainer ♥ JV Partner ♥ is my guest… Website: http://www.drjerrieddington.com
My personal spiritual journey began in 1988 with a trip to Sedona, Arizona. The trip occurred after eighteen months of personal heartache filled with grief. My sister, Rose died four years after being diagnosed with leukemia. At that time the National Bone Marrow bank did not exist. They only tested siblings. Even though Rose had five siblings... there was no match. Ten days after she died her eleven year old son came to live with us.
It was not a good situation, as it was a constant reminder that Rose was gone. We were renting a home from one of my friends. She decided to sell the house, we didn't want to buy it so we starting looking for another home. We moved in April, during an ice storm. A couple of months later, my mom died, only six months after Rose. I was angry! I was still grieving my sister's death. Soon after, Bob, my husband was laid off from his job. The stress from dealing with all the loss and trying to work... was too much. I was clinically depressed and went into treatment. I could not help anyone else. It was time to help myself.
I experienced the healing energy of the beautiful red rocks and I "knew" THEN I would help others heal someday. When I left Sedona, I set an intention to retire in Arizona. After thirty years of working as a teacher, a district drug/alcohol program coordinator & a middle school principal,I retired. Bob and I, relocated from Columbus, Ohio to Arizona in June 2008.