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  • 00:15

    Judi Garman Classic Preview Baylor

    in Sports

    #165: Glenn Moore, Head Coach, Baylor Softball, visits TCRS to talk about the upcoming Judi Garman Classic.  The Lady Bears will face Arizona State, Michigan, Pacific, Fresno State and Arizona.  Baylor enters this weekend (12-2).  Baylor made the trip to OKC reaching the semis before falling to the eventual 2014 WCWS Champion Florida Gators.  This season Baylor is led by Sr. INF. Jordan Strickland, who led everyone in OKC with six RBI, and was named to the WCWS All-Tournament team.  Coach Moore on Twitter, Lady Bears Twitter, Lady Bears Facebook.

  • 02:04

    BGC Judi Jai pt2 MRTR

    in Pop Culture

    Celebrating Black History Month!


    Hosts: Jamel, Derrick Dwayne and Flash Gotti


    Fan Question/Answer Session with Bad Girls Club Season 7: Judi Jai


    Judith Camille Jackson (born March 8, 1989) better known by her stage name Judi Jai is an American Reality television star, model, and host known for being on Season 7 of the Oxygen series Bad Girls Club. After her role on the show, Judi then became a participant on Bad Girls Club spin-offs Love Games: Bad Girls Need Love Too and Bad Girls All Star Battle. She was a contestant on Love Games (Season 3) and makes an appearance on the fourth season as well.


     


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  • 00:30

    Judi Moreo on Women of Wisdom

    in Motivation

    Today on Women of Wisdom, Best-Selling Author, Win Kelly Charles welcomes one of only 232 women in the world to have earned the Certified Speaking Professional credential, Judi Moreo CSP. Recently Judi has presented keynote speeches, workshops and seminars in 27 countries and on 4 continents. And she is an accomplished author of 11 books, including her best selling, “You Are More Than Enough: Every Woman’s Guide to Purpose, Passion and Power and its companion, Achievement Journal.   Connect with our host, Win Charles @ www.wincharles.com and when YOU are ready to be a guest, email her w.charleswisdom@gmail.com  and put GUEST in the subject line, we will get right back to you.  FOLLOW this program @ www.blogtalkradio.com/wcawomanwithcp

  • 02:04

    Judi Jai live MRTR

    in Pop Culture

    Celebrating Over 100 Episodes!


    Hosts: Jamel, Derrick Dwayne and Flash Gotti


    #MyRealTalkRadio interviews Bad Gorls Club Season 7: Judi Jai


    Judith Camille Jackson (born March 8, 1989) better known by her stage name Judi Jai is an American Reality television star, model, and host known for being on Season 7 of the Oxygen series Bad Girls Club. After her role on the show, Judi then became a participant on Bad Girls Club spin-offs Love Games: Bad Girls Need Love Too and Bad Girls All Star Battle. She was a contestant on Love Games (Season 3) and makes an appearance on the fourth season as well.


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  • 00:31
  • 00:38

    Ted Chabasinski--Barbaric Electroshock still used on adults & children

    in Politics

    In coordination with Citizens Commission on Human Rights (cchr.org) we continue our expose' of the human rights violations conducted under the auspices of "mental health". 


    BIO:


    Ted Chabasinski is an attorney and human rights activist in Berkeley, California. In 1944, as a 6-year-old boy so intellectually gifted he jumped from first grade to third he was taken from his foster home in the Bronx to New York’s Bellevue Hospital where he was pronounced “schizophrenic”, because his mother had been labelled “schizophrenic”. There he began a series of 20 electro-convulsive shock treatments. The boy, Ted Chabasinski, was one of hundreds of children used in ECT experiments. Tests since condemned as barbaric. He remained an inmate in a state psychiatric hospital until the age of seventeen. Chabasinski survived and became active in the civil rights movement and ultimately an attorney.


    In January 2007 Chabasinski acted as the attorney for the late psychiatric survivor activist and author Judi Chamberlain, the medical journalist and author of Mad in America and Anatomy of an Epidemic, Robert Whitaker, and the director of MindFreedom International David Oaks in opposing a motion by Eli Lilly to extend an injunction to conceal documents that revealed that the company had known for the previous decade of the potentially lethal effects of Zyprexa ( an antipsychotic )and had engaged in an illegal off-label marketing campaign.


    As a patients’ rights lawyer, Chabasinski continues to champion human rights, and writes, speaks, and blogs on issues of individual rights and freedoms.


    Most recently, he has organized an International Day of Protest Against Shock Treatment, being held on May 16, 2015. There will be demonstrations in many countries and cities around the world.


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  • 01:31

    The Johnny Watson Show

    in Comedy

    We are back on our regular day in our regular time slot (for now) Come join us as we talk, I'm sorry argue about this weeks happenings and Listen as Judi and Johnny battle it out. You may think you notice some changes. But in reality, nothing really ever changes. See you tonight at 7:30 until well who knows...

  • 00:29

    Do You Have the Midas Touch?

    in Self Help

    Do you ever wonder why some people seem to easily attract everything they want, yet others live in a constant state of lack?  What's up with that!  Take a good look at how those who seem to have the Midas touch act and behave.  They radiate success, confidence, and abundance and it shows in their body language, words, attitudes, and behavior.  Now, take a look at those who constantly struggle and note their words, body language and behavior.  Chances are it's the exact opposite of their abundant friends.


    Join Choices host, Judi Moreo, as she interviews Attractionpreneur Business Coach, Terry Wildemann, who will share insights on how to shift mindsets and use tools such as the Law of Attraction to help us create a business and life of service and joy.  Understanding how to attract success in all areas of your life and how to implement the tools to do that are key to living the life you seek.

  • 00:33
  • REAL TALK RADIO WITH SPECIAL GUEST JUDI JAI FROM BAD GIRLS CLUB PART 2

    in Entertainment

    THIS E6-200-3462PISODE OF REAL TALK RADIO WE HAVE JUDI JAI FROM BAD GIRLS CLUB ON! SHE IS COMING ON TO TALK ABOUT HER MOVEMENT AND WHAT SHE HAS GOING ON AND WILL BE TAKING CALLS FROM HER FANS! IF YOU WANT TO CALL IN THE NUMBER TO DIAL IS 646-200-3462 MAKE SURE YOU PRESS THE 1 BUTTON TO TALK. ALSO IF YOU WANT TO LISTEN LIVE, GO TO WWW.BLOGTALKRADIO.COM/VPDEEZY. VISIT OUR WEBSITE AT WWW.OFFICIALKULTURERADIO.COM. FOLLOW US ON TWITTER @VPDEEZY @TWINGAUGE @OKRRADIO @DSIGNER_CFG @SEVENMITCHELL @STACEEBRIZZLE

  • 02:01

    Mad U with hosts Sarah Knutson and Lauren Tenney

    in Education

    4/2/15, 9-11 PM Estern Talk with hosts Sarah Knutson and  Lauren Tenney. Be part of the program, call: (267)521-0167


    "The barriers to change in the mental health system are enormous." These words are as true today as when they were written nearly 40 years ago by Judi Chamberlin (1978) in her paradigm-changing work, On Our Own: Patient-Controlled Alternatives to the Mental Health System. In this episode of Mad U, we explore and reflect together on some of Judi's core ideas.


    Course Reading:


    Chamberlin, J. (1998). Confessions of a noncompliant patient. Journal of Psychosocial Nursing, 36, 49-52. http://www.power2u.org/articles/recovery/confessions.html.


    Chamberlin, J. (1990). The ex-patients’ movement: Where we’ve been and where we’re going. The Journal of Mind and Behavior, 11, 323-336. http://www.power2u.org/articles/history-project/ex-patients.html


    Questions for reflection: Judi calls the ex-patients movement a 'liberation struggle of oppressed people' - what does that mean to you? Have you ever been called non-compliant by the mental health system? Have you ever felt pressure to comply? How did that impact you? Your relationships? Your feelings about the system? What role is there, if any, for compliance/ noncompliance in a human rights informed society? When if ever, should one person be allowed to substitute their judgment (reality) for someone else's? What concerns motivated the early ex-patient's movement? How did those concerns inform the values of the ex-patients movement? Where do you see those same values present today in how ...we treat each other as individuals? we advocate for society to treat us? we organize together to serve our communities? Where and why have we lost sight of these values? What, if anything, should we do about that?


    References


    Chamberlin, J. (1978). On Our Own: Patient controlled alternatives. New York, NY: McGraw-Hill.