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Join us 28th April 2012, saturday on Crossfire Blog Radio when we host Dr Killion Munyama a Zambian born Gentleman who was recently elected a Member of Parliament in Poland . We find out about his life, political ideas and how he becameonly the second Black person in Polish history to be elected to Parliament .
On the second segment , we feature Former Times of Zambia Editor and PAZA President , Mr Andrew Sakala when we discuss the state of the media in Zambia.
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Learning Forward's Joellen Killion,Senior Advisor at Learning Forward on PROFESSIONAL COACHING IN THE SCHOOL SETTING
Jane Messineo Lindquist (Killion) will be joining Dog Talk host Michelle Huntting to discuss puppy socialization.
Jane, author of When Pigs Fly, has spent the last 14 years creating a training system that works for "impossible" dogs. She now successfully helps others train their "impossible" dogs. Jane breeds Bull Terriers and has put dozens of titles on 7 Bull Terriers and 2 Australian Cattle dogs.
Neil Killion returns with the debut of his book: The Life Cycles Revolution. Neil worked as a management consultant/psychologist with observations on thousands of clients for 20 years in business that turned into a brand new theory known as Life Cycles. His previous book titled Life Cycles has won 2 finalist Awards in the USA Book News contest and it has an Amazon rating average 4 1/2 stars. It’s unique, entertaining and it’s evidence based on Neil’s blog at: LifeCycles-by-Neil-Killion.blogspot.com is all about people’s life stories and how they validate the theory. I’m also a songwriter, tennis and poker player and fitness enthusiast.
The Life Cycles Revolution by Neil Killion SBPRA.com/neilkillion/
Join us for our 99th episode of The Verbal Submission on Sunday, August 26th, 2012 as hosts Brian Hemminger, Ben Thapa and Gerry Rodriguez talk the latest happenings in the world of mixed martial arts. We'll be talking the cancelled UFC 151, Bellator 73 and much more.
Our special guests for the evening will be UFC lightweight Tim Means, who had his bout delayed with the UFC 151 cancellation, and young up-and-comers Matt Montalvo and Josh Killion, who will be fighting at Purgatory 8 in Toledo in a few weeks.
Neil Killion worked as a management consultant/psychologist with observations on thousands of clients for 20 years in business that turned into a brand new theory of life called Life Cycles. The book has won 2 finalist Awards in the USA Book News contest and it has an Amazon rating average 4 1/2 stars. It's unique, entertaining and it's evidence based on Neil's blog at: LifeCycles-by-Neil-Killion.blogspot.com is all about people's life stories and how they validate the theory. I'm also a songwriter, tennis and poker player and fitness enthusiast.
A first generation Nigerian, Nwamaka Agbo began volunteering at the Ella Baker Center in 2000, because she believed in the organization's commitment to providing innovative solutions for some of the hardest problems impacting low-income communities of color.After majoring in Sociology and African American/ African Studies at UC Davis, Nwamaka Agbo, was drawn to the work of the Green Collar Jobs Campaign, because of its solution-oriented response to climate change. She saw this as her generations’ freedom rights and civil rights movement. Nwamaka is now the Campaign Director of Soul of the City, at the Ella Baker Center for Human Rights dedicated to developing the leadership of young adults of color to create progressive, effective leadership in Oakland. Terri J. Vaughn, founder, Take Wings Foundation & Kenny Lattimore, co-hosts, join us to talk about the 9th Annual Angel Awards Benefit, Sat., Aug. 18, 2012 at the Marriott Oakland, City Center. The conversation is one of why they serve & invest in black community. Visit www.takewings.org We close with a conversation with musician artists: Eddie Gale, Kash Killion and Destiny Muhammad. The conversation moves between art& freedom, specifically the parallel between, jazz and black life--how as a people we had to keep improvising as the rules changed, laws ignored and opportunity seemed seemed predestined. Yet, here we are still here, still beautiful, still powerful. Music: Eddie Gale selections: "African Sunrise"; "The Rain" featuring Ms. Faye Carol; Judith Sephuma te Tshephile Mang.
This is a black arts and culture site. We will be exploring the writing, visual and performing arts of African people in the Diaspora. It is my claim that the artists are the true revolutionaries, their work filled with raw unfettered passion. They are our true heroes. Ashay! Remember to tune in on Wednesdays from 6 AM PST to 7 or 8 AM and on Fridays from 8 AM to 10 AM. We also host special broadcasts from time to time.
Canned Laughter and Coffee with guest Kimberly Killion www.kimberlykillion.com
Please join Dr. Thomas Killion, Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Army (Research and Technology) and Army Chief Scientist as he discusses "Empowering Soldiers through High Technology."
Dr. Killion is followed by Dr. James R. Houston, Director of Research and Development, United States Army Corps of Engineers. Dr. Houston discussed how research being conducted by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is making Army construction stronger and more efficient.