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Lenore Skenazy thinks America is creating whole generations of dependent, frightened children who will never be ablel to make it in the world.
Overly-dependent "helicopter parents" hover over their kids' every move, stifling their inate curiousity and desire to explore their world. The result, says author and "World's Worst Mom." Skenazy, are thousands of kids unable to fend more themselves or perform simple tasks such as using a knife to cut an apple or take public transportation.
Sometimes controversial, always interesting, Lenore Skenazy is author of "Free Range Kids," and a vocal advocate for allowing children to discover the world for themselves and grow into mature, confidant adults.
Welcome to Queer Talk, a radio show hosted by Xavier Mejia. Queer Talk is part of the LGBT Hero Awards Talk Radio. The LGBT Hero Awards Talk Radio is a listener-funded progressive station that interviews guest from the world of entertainment, art and community, politics, public health, and business. lgbtheroawards.com
Hosts | Xavier Mejia
Guest | Cheray O'Neal
During this episode we are joined by award winning writer and actress, Cheray O'Neal. Ticket Infomation for Journey This http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/2471615
February 20, 2016 - March 6, 2016
JOURNEY THIS, takes the audience down a humorous soul searching odyssey, and raises the question "just who is responsible for one's happiness?". After the death of her last living relative, Journey is faced with a choice; suffer or forgive. Written and performed by Cheray O'Neal, award winning writer, NAACP Image Award Nominee Performer, Actor and Poet. She's graced the stage with PHILIP SEYMOUR HOFFMAN and LORETTA DEVINE, and can be seen in the films H4 produced by HARRY LENNIX(The Blacklist), Honesty directed by MARK PELLINGTON (Blindspot), and is a member of The Labyrinth Theater Company of New York City. www.cherayoneal.com
Rachel was taken in about 1965. She was last in Los Angeles. Rache's sister Gina Miller will be my guest to talk about her search for Rachel. Her heartbreak at a scammer who claimed to be Rachel. She also discuees Rachel's dad's lifelong search for his little girl.
The St. George Book Festival is celebrating its 10th Anniversary.
As part of this year's activities, the St. George Book Festival has asked its community one very important questions many readers, teachers and libraries have asked, "What is Social Media’s Impact on Literacy?"
The St. George Book Festival will be airing live here on BlogTalkRadio's featured World of Ink Network on Wednesday, October 21, 2015, starting at 5 pm Pacific - 6 pm Mountain - 7 pm Centeral - 8 pm Eastern and will offer a free community forum on “Social Media’s Impact on Literacy.”
The National Assessment of Adult Literacy defines literacy as "using printed and written information to function in society, to achieve one’s goals, and to develop one’s knowledge and potential." The illiteracy skill level is based on a fourth-grade level. The reason for the reference to the fourth-grade level mentioned above is that in nearly all U.S. schools, the only reading taught after the fourth grade is remedial reading. If that is all they can read, however, they are functionally illiterate. This means about 23% of the national U.S. population falls under the category functionally illterate.
The discussion will take place at DXATC, 610 S. Airport Road in St. George at 6 pm Moutain fon October 21, 2015 for those who live in the area. Panel members include Lenore Madden, Casie Forbes, Stace Hall, Kristy Pike, and students of DSU. This discussion will tackle the expanding role in Social Media on literacy.
For more information on these and other events associated with the 10th Annual St. George Book Festival, please go to www.stgeorgebookfestival.org
What is Transgender?
I think sometimes, about what it means to be transgender. I probe and probe for answers, because as the possibility for a new age of enlightenment and safety increases, the others want to know. I’ve come up with many answers, but I can hold to none. I don’t deserve to paint the definition of a culture with the limited experiences I’ve had. I don’t see myself in the transgender identified people allowed on television. I don’t see myself in the transgender identified people making news feeds and giving high profile interviews. And as my nation’s exposure to our culture increases, likely will their curiosity. Am I transgender? Do I have the right? I’ve heard doctors, psychiatrists, may refuse transgender patients access to hormone therapy based on how dedicated or convincing their portrayal of their identified gender. If you want to be a man or woman, you’ll have to look like the women and men on TV. If you want to be transgender, you’ll have to look like the trans identified people on TV. Every single one of us who has an active role as either participant or observer in our society is prey to the crisis of validity. Am I pretty enough? Am I strong enough? Am I brave enough? Mom enough? Dad enough? Competitive enough? Successful enough? Rich enough? Sexy enough? Pious enough? It never ends. We’re, as a nation of people, being crushed and compartmentalized by this ever present lens, looming over us, exploiting our weaknesses and fears so it may grow wider, and support itself as it follows us, seemingly forever into the future.
On this week’s The Farm radio talk show on the Overthrow Radio Network, host Chris Petherick talks with Lenore Skenazy, the author of the popular book Free-Range Kids.
Chris and Lenore will discuss, among other things, parenting in the modern age of fear. Topics will include recent cases of parents who have been arrested for merely wanting their children to be independent and self-reliant.
Lenore, who's been called the world’s worst mom for inspiring parents to raise self-sufficient kids, maintains her own website FreeRangeKids, which offers a good reality check on the constant fearmongering put out by the nanny state.
Check out Lenore’s other sites, Free Range Friend and Lenore Speaks.
Tune in live this Friday morning, May 8, from 11 a.m. to 12 p.m. EST or download the MP3 in our archive section.
This episode we get to chat with a IFPA PRO and Natural Judge and see whats up
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We're back, the hottest online talk show out "the Conversation" hosted by Klarque Garrison and Michele Gilliam-Morrissey bringing you the best interviews from some of the most inspiring people on the planet. This week our guests include:
Jeff Bradshaw- one of the most talented Jazz Trombonist out sits down with us to share his music and his most recent project "Bone Appetit"
Robinson Lynn- this National speaker and life coach talks to us about "Momentum Education" a non profit org. dedicated to empowering our youth
Christine Job- the organizer of the upcoming event "Seeker Fest" an event connecting young people from all walks of life, from all over the world into a tribe of support and uplift, for the creation of positive vibes and positive actions to catalyze a positive change in the world.
Plus, our very own Lenore Jean-Baptiste is here to talk about her role at Surviva Radio Network!
All this and more!
We are going to be discussing How to Plan, Budget, and Manage Legal Needs for Your Business with Lenore Horton – Sr. Partner of the law firm of Lenore F. Horton. Maybe you have a great legal consultant in your business but for the majority of us, legal is often an afterthought. Lenore is going to shed some light on why we need to plan, budget, and manage legal needs better in our businesses.
Be sure to tune in each week at 10am PST to hear more industry leader interviews on Cloud Talk Radio.
Please join Donna Baier-Stein and Tiferet Talk for a conversation with Dorianne Laux on April 29th, 2015 at 7PM EST. Laux’s most recent books of poems are The Book of Men, winner of the Paterson Poetry Prize, and Facts about the Moon, recipient of the Oregon Book Award and short-listed for the Lenore Marshall Poetry Prize. Laux is also author of Awake, and What We Carry, a finalist for the National Book Critic’s Circle Award, and Smoke.
Her work has received three “Best American Poetry” Prizes, a Pushcart Prize, two fellowships from The National Endowment for the Arts, and a Guggenheim Fellowship. In 2001, she was invited by late poet laureate Stanley Kunitz to read at the Library of Congress. In 2014 singer/songwriter Joan Osborne adapted her poem, “The Shipfitter’s Wife” and set it to music on her newest release, “Love and Hate.” Ce que nous portons (What We Carry), translated by Helene Cardona, has just been published by Editions du Cygne Press, Paris.
Laux teaches poetry and directs the MFA program at North Carolina State University and is founding faculty at Pacific University's Low Residency MFA Program. To learn more about Dorianne Laux please visit: http://doriannelaux.net/
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