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Join me October 29, 2014 for an exciting episode of Talk with Tenney: A Conversation with Frank Blankenship: Underground Railroad Landing Zones
Frank explains to me, "I am working with a group of people who want to protect people facing involuntary outpatient commitment, a euphemism for forced psychiatric drugging, by helping them relocate outside of the state that would drug them."
Frank is a psychiatric treatment survivor and an anti-psychiatry human rights activist. With David Oaks, Al Galves and others Frank screened the Arlington Virginia American Psychiatric Association offices for normality way back in October 2007. Before moving to Gainesville, Florida, he lived in Charlottesville, Virginia. While in Virginia he served as point person for MindFreedom Virginia, and in Florida he is the contact person for MindFreedom Florida. Having completed both basic and advanced Leadership Academy trainings, Frank has co-facilitated Leadership Academy training sessions in Gainesville. Working with MindFreedom Florida, Frank helped bring Daniel Mackler to Gainesville for a film festival and panel discussion. He was the chair of the MindFreedom International Affiliate Support Committee and currently co-chairs the Landing Zone Committee. His current projects include an effort to introduce Open Dialogic practices in Florida, and he hopes to launch a mutual support group locally for people who wish to taper off psychiatric drugs.
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A compelling environmental and family saga, bridging hopes and hearts – human to human, human to animal, human to world.
Young people can make a difference in this world – and adults can learn from the younger generation.
An amazing story of love, pain, triumph, forgiveness, patience, this book has it all – it’s no wonder this first time author has been recognized with FOUR HUGE BOOK AWARDS: Writer’s Digest Self-Published e-book Awards 2013: First Place – Fiction. Natilus Book Awards 2014: Silver – Young Adult. Next Generation Indie Book Awards 2014: Gold – Children’s/Juvenile Fiction and The GOLD Mom’s Choice Award Honoring Excellence.
So, you have published a book or 20 and you think you want to make money as a keynote speaker? Are you serious? No, I mean "raw and real" serious? How can you know if you have what it takes to be invited before someone else's audience? What would you charge as a keynote speaker? Would you still aspire to be a keynote speaker before a live captive audience if you had to pick up your own tab? How can you know what keynote speaking venue is right for you and your unique message? What if you were contracted for a keynote presentation - would you know how to respond? Would you be prepared to overnight your professional produced "Press/Media Kit?" Do you know what materials must be included in your "Press/Media Kit?" How do you go about landing your first keynote speaking event? That is our focus on this edition of, “The Strategist Radio LIVE."
Our guests this morning are Mickey Marraffino and Christina Jesperson.
Returning guest, Mickey Marraffino, is a Certified Marketing Executive in the shopping center industry. She grew up in Massachusetts and attended The American University in Washington DC, where she graduated with a Bachelor’s of Science in Business Administration. Mickey began her career in Washington, DC. In search of warmer weather, she moved to the Inland Empire before landing in Redondo Beach 20 years ago. Mickey was the West Coast Regional Marketing Director for Forest City at South Bay Galleria, where she oversaw the marketing of six regional shopping centers.
Christina Jesperson is the Managing Partner and Financial Consultant for the Retirement Protection Group. Christine is passionate about her community and she and her husband started the grass roots community group, Voices for Waterfront Vitality. In addititon, Christina currently sits on the Board of Directors for Pediatric Therapy Network, is the First VP of Philanthropy for Las Candalistas and has been a member of the Redondo Beach Chamber of Commerce since 2000. She earned a Masters of Art in Sociology from the University of North Colorado and in her spare time enjoys golf, reading and cooking.
This morning, we’re going to discuss the Redondo Beach Waterfront project. Now this is a hot button issue and our hope is to ask the right questions to get some clarification for our listeners.
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On April Fool’s Day 2000, while Angela was in Japan on military duty, her husband and four children were in a horrific car crash in California when their car fell 25 feet off the freeway, landing upside down on top of two parked vehicles with people inside. Angela’s husband, their two daughters, and the people inside the parked vehicles survived. Tragically, Angela and her husband's two 8 year-old sons died at the scene. Angela experienced ache in the very depths of her soul but incredibly, and almost supernaturally, her sons left behind independent good-bye letters that gave her the very peace she needed to survive. “Each letter answered specific questions that I would have wondered about for the rest of my life,” shares Angela.
Since retiring from the Air Force, and sustained by her strong faith, Angela authored an autobiography, Miracles in Action ~ Turning Pain into Power and Grief into Peace, followed by a film documenting her journey. Join Lynda and Angie on Grief Diaries Radio on Wednesday, January 28, 2015, beginning at 6 pm pacific time as they talk with Angela about her journey on www.GriefDiaries.com.
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Today on "Frosted Pop" host David Jeffrey Frost looks at the drone landing on the White House lawn, the big snowstorm, Sam Smith and Tom Petty and Kobe Bryant. "Frosted Pop" is brought to you by your friendly Isagenix Indenpendent Associate at www.Purpose.Isagenix.com.
ReShawna Leaven interviews Marc Anthony of The Landing Restaurant & Waterfront Bar on the exciting change to management, ownership, interior decor and upcoming events for this waterfront property owned by Chef Troy Clayton.
The Landing Restaurant & Waterfront Bar
13188 Marina Way
Woodbridge, VA 22191
Brunch | Dinner | Happy Hour | Entertainment | Tiki Bar
Aventuras Al Aire Libre de podcast
¡Qué gran espectáculo! Joaquín Espinoza, Doctora Topete y El Gringo están en el aire para que todos los sábados y domingos, 6-7 am en la 690 AM.
Gran observación de ballenas para todo el mundo fuera de Harbor Breeze Cruises. Doctora Topete habla de por qué es tan importante para llevar a sus hijos a dar un viaje muy pronto.
Usted va ir a pescar langosta con Aventuras Al Aire Libre el 15 de febrero en Long Beach. Atún, marlin, jurel en enero. La pesca sigue siendo grande en Baja California y el sur de California.
¿El peso flojo Gringo esta semana? Doctora Topete tiene los resultados y buenos consejos sobre cómo usted puede comer alimentos saludables y evitar la gripe.
Conversaciones Joaquín acerca de un día de diversión que tenía en el Southern California de Pierpoint Landing, buena pesca de 22nd St Landing y Channel Island Sportfishhing.
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