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Celebrity Journalist/Chef Rueben Wood is making his mark as he becomes the leader of a young generation of entrepreneurs that have million dollar success dreams. Since the opening of Spaced Out Magazine in 2011 Wood has made a tremendous mark on the entertainment industry, being that the man behind one of the most credible news sources online has just turned 23.
Rueben started in the industry 5 years ago as an artist, then known as Yung Bank. Working on production and releasing mixtapes brought him the notoriety he needed to start his hand in marketing and advertising. Always being first to know industry news sparked his interest in journalism and naturally being a writer was no secret to Wood.
Dialogue between me and James Ellias. Tackling the fundamental questions of ethical theory in philosophy
Focus on Ayn Rand's attempt to establish an objective theory of morality, my concerns with that attempt, and the general major questions of ethics
James and I wanted to have a conversation about a long standing set of questions and making it publically available is great added value.
Promised early on podcast would include regular philosophical conversation, and here it is.
might end up running into second episode due to time constraints.
Meet Carma Spence, Founder of the Own Your Awesome In Business & Life Coaching.
Carma decided to test drive our FREE 12 week overview course.
Follow along as Carma shares her gut-level, frank reactions to the overview of each chapter of Pay Me What I'm Worth.
This tenth of twelve episodes focuses on chapter nine: Ethics and integrity. Carma unravels the difference between ethics and morals and why it's important to know these difference. These differences impact your integrity! How? Listen to learn how . . .
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The practice of mediation is largely unregulated throughout the United States. In contrast to more formalized professions, such as nursing, social work, law, medicine or accounting, mediators generally have a fraction of the training, have no required ethics code, and no minimum quality testing. Dr. Goetz will chronicle current efforts in voluntary mediator certification underway in California to raise the level of mediator education and training and require a binding ethics code to serve the public.
Dr. Goetz has trained hundreds of mediators during the last 7 years through the California State University system. Prior to developing the mediation program, he was the founding Dean and President of Concord Law School, the first nationally accredited online law school. Dr. Goetz advocates for a stronger sense of professionalism in the field of mediation, and recently co-authored with Dr. Jennifer Kalfsbeek the article “Serving the Public: The Case for Formally Professionalizing Court-Connected and Litigated Case Mediation.” He currently serves as the co-chair of a Southern California Mediation Association Ad Hoc Committee on Voluntary Mediator Certification.
Pattie Porter, LCSW, AAP is the President of Conflict Connections®, Inc. in San Antonio, TX.
Tracy Culbreath is currently a graduate student at the Univ. of Baltimore pursuing a Master’s in Negotiation and Conflict Management.
Milwaukee district attorney John Chisholm, a Democrat, has criminally investigated Wisconsin Republican Governor Scott Walker and his political allies since 2012.
The so-called “John Doe investigation” – coming on the heels of an earlier, similarly sweeping, two-year investigation of Walker and his staff – has been accompanied by highly unusual court-approved “gag orders,” barring the leaders of 29 conservative groups and other Walker associates from speaking out.
Stuart Taylor, Jr. is an author and freelance journalist focusing on legal and policy issues, a Brookings Institution nonresident senior fellow, and a National Journal contributing editor. He has coauthored two critically acclaimed books: In October 2012, Richard Sander and Taylor published Mismatch: How Affirmative Action Hurts Students It's Intended to Help, and Why Universities Won't Admit It. In 2007, Taylor coauthored with KC Johnson Until Proven Innocent: Political Correctness and the Shameful Injustices of the Duke Lacrosse Rape Fraud. Taylor has covered the Supreme Court and other matters for National Journal, The New York Times, Newsweek, The American Lawyer, Legal Times, and other publications, winning various journalism awards, and has appeared on all major television and radio networks.
Tonight we welcome Oglala Lakota Journalist Simon Moya-Smith - a CNN and Indian Country Today Media Network contributor. It is going to be a great show learning about how the world sees the news in Indian Country!
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Roy L. Williams is the founder and CEO of Williams Writing Solutions, a full-service PR/writing consulting company founded in January 2014, putting his 25 years of journalism experience to work for others.
Before that, Roy was a director of marketing for Holy Family Cristo Rey Catholic High School in Birmingham. Roy spent 23 years as a reporter for The Birmingham News, building a loyal following among readers, politicians and business leaders for his coverage of personal finance, workplace, small/minority businesses, tourism and hospitality.
Roy is an example of how journalists can transform their writing and research skills into other professions. Since August 2013, he has been host of Biz Talk With Roy Williams on WAGG Heaven 610 AM, Birmingham’s only radio talk show devoted solely to business issues.
Roy is the author of “911, God Help Us,” a memoir about how he coped with the loss of his oldest brother, Maj Dwayne Williams, who died in the 9/11 attack on the Pentagon. Roy’s work as a journalist, author and motivational speaker won him the 2012 Emory Jackson A.G. Gaston Award, and Southeast Small Business Magazine named him in October 2012 among the 40 Most Influential Men in Birmingham. He was featured in the 2014 edition of Who’s Who in Black Alabama. Roy was also recipient of the 2007 Will Sutton Community Service Award from the National Association of Black Journalists.
A founding member of the Tower of Prayer in Leeds, Roy graduated from Jacksonville State University with a Bachelor’s degree in English and serves on its Communications Advisory Board. He lives in Birmingham with his wife, Patrice, daughter Naja, 14, and son Royce, 12.
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Gwendolyn Holden Barry - Producer of Wise Women Media
Luis Cuevas Executive Director Progressive Push
Dave WIlcox - Progressive Activist North Central Florida
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Today's passage of Scripture is Ezra 7:10 which reads: "For Ezra had prepared his heart to seek the law of the Lord, and to do it, and to teach in Israel statutes and judgments."
Today's quote about the Bible is from Johann Goethe. He said: "Let mental culture go on advancing, let the natural sciences progress in ever greater extent and depth, and the human mind widen itself as much as it desires, beyond the elevation and moral culture of Christianity, as it shines forth in the gospels, it will not go."
Our topic for today is titled: "The Idea of Canon (Part 2)" from the book, "The Promise and the Blessing" by Dr. Michael A. Harbin
When the Jews were scattered throughout the world in the Diaspora (after the Babylonian exile), they began translating the Old Testament into their everyday languages. The most important translation of the Old Testament is the Greek, often called the Septuagint. The Septuagint is a product of the Exile. Although Ezra and Nehemiah consolidated the nation after the return, a number of Jews remained scattered throughout the Middle East. After Alexander the Great, Greek displaced Aramaic as the lingua franca. Aramaic was close enough to Hebrew that literate Aramaic speaker, with some effort and help, could read Hebrew. That was not the case with Greek. Within a few generations, many Greek-speaking Jews were no longer able to understand their Bible. To compensate, the Jews in Alexandria commissioned a translation of Hebrew-Aramaic text into Greek. This translation became the text of choice of many Jews outside of Palestine and served as a background to most of the New Testament citations of the Old Testament.