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Philanthropist, Meera Gandhi has developed a foundation that supports, aids, encourages worldwide humanitarian efforts and groups.Her organization has developed awarenesses and strength for those suffering poverty, abuse, genocide, contaminated drinking water, etc...Meera's unconditional heart has improved the lives of thousands, and as her work selflessly continues, she will have positively affected the lives of millions before long.
Meera Gandhi is a true humanitarian who has highlighted some incredible global charities that support our world and those with limited resources.Her book and documentary film is being shown internationally to audiences who are committed to giving unconditionally worldwide to create a difference.
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Joining us today is Richard Jaeggi, Founder and Executive Director of the Gandhi Brigade, a youth voice project that was started in Silver Spring, Maryland. Inspired by the vision of Mahatma Gandhi to create local peace brigades, the project uses the media arts as a tool for connecting youth to their community and to critical issues in their world. The mission is to help young people realize their inner and collective power to become champions of the common good. Since its beginning the Gandhi Brigade has created dozens of social justice media pieces and is recognized in the Washington, D.C. metropolitan area as a leader in the field of youth led social change. Visit their website at: www.gandhibrigade.org
Kiran Gandhi graduated from Georgetown University in 2011 with a Bachelor’s Degree in Mathematics, Political Science & Women’s Studies.
She helped establish the first Analytics Department at Interscope Records shortly thereafter and worked full-time as the label’s leading analyst for two years in LA.
Currently she plays drums for MIA and travels often to pursue endeavors of music, film, freedom, feminism, friendship, discovery, learning and love.
In her free time she plays squash and brews beer. She contributes regularly to Tom Tom Magazine and will join Harvard University’s MBA Class of 2015 in the fall.
Concrete Elephant (https://soundcloud.com/djethos/concrete-elephant - download track, use for live session to talk about)
Rhythm & Culture (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=coMJEzJsiJw)
More here: kirangandhi.com
Guyanese ...IMYKAL...song writer-singer-composer... Clarence Micheal Fraser aka IMYKAL.His father was a member of a band, so guyanese culture is a great part of Imykal's life.IMYKAL moved to st.marten where the connection of his dream began to blossom . IMYKAL quickly become a well known name of the island in st.marten.Imykal strongly believed that all things were possible with JAH help and guidance... IMYKAL met a Jamaican artistTexas Ranger who invite him to jamaica. misic on CD Baby-Amazon-Itunes..info.House of Relatives Entertainment LTD IMYKAL IS AVAILABLE FOR GLOBAL BOOKINGS DUBS & JINGLES LINK ON: 011592-6678853 or 5926430413 Members:Coozie Mellers - (Rhythm Guitar & Vocals)Carey Mellers - (Keyboards & Vocals)Jermaine Mellers - (Bass guitar & Vocals)Rob Williams - (Lead Vocals)Charles Mellers - (Drums & Vocals) Anthem perform throughout the USA, from roots to dance hall . Anthem has appeared with Sister Carol on the Conan O’Brien show & was Judy Mowatte’s backing band. Anthem has toured Korea, Japan, Guam, Hawaii, Bermuda, Canada, etc. Anthem shared the stage with Third World, Yellow man, Jimmy Cliff, Big Mountain, The Wailers, Burning Spear, Black Uhuru, The Neville Bros, The Temptations, Freddy Jackson, George Benson, The Isley Brothers, Buju Banton, Capleton, Chacadimus and Pliers, John Holt, Ken Booth, Dennis Brown, Super Cat, Gyptian and moreMaxi Priest,.Eric Smith born in Jamaica. He looks to the teachings of Marcus Garvey, Malcolm X, Martin Luther King Jr., Gandhi and Nelson and Winnie Mandela for political inspiration. Eric has chosen music as his medium to voice ghetto people’s life-long struggle for equal rights and justice. He sends a message of change to expose the decaying morality that is infecting and corrupting both the youth and contemporary society on a whole. Eric formed his Band 'Eric Smith & Mighty Roots' in 2006.
We all know that getting along with co-workers is essential in the workplace.
Are you the nice guy at work who gets along with everyone, yet never seems to get the promotions? Some people are just good at putting others before themselves, but somehow pay the price when it comes to getting ahead.
Meera Shah returns to the Flex Hour Jobs Radio Show with her new program, "Why Good Guys Finish Last". After a successful career in the Financial sector, including Goldman Sachs, Unilever and HSBC, Meera Shah is launching the second of her coaching programs, 'Why Nice Guys Finish Last'.
Join Flex Hour Jobs and one of the leading UK Career Coaches, Meera Shah as she shares a sneak preview of what her new program is all about.
Join us for 1 hour at 5 PM Eastern.
Host Nicole Brandon is one of the most sought after speakers in the world today. From Health, and Wellness to Wealth and Ultimate Success her seemingly unlimited well of information is simply mind boggling.
Nicole is known internationally for sharing her amazing secrets and remarkable knowledge on stage, screen, TV and in books throughout the world.
Nicole's Guest: Thea Monyee
From filming two episodes of HBO's Def Poetry Jam in New York to Da Poetry Lounge in Los Angeles and countless colleges and universities in between, Thea Monyee shares her vision with audiences nationwide. She has appeared on television in BET's The Way We Do It and Lyric Cafe, and has been heard on such Los Angeles radio stations as 102.3 KJLH, 92.3 The Beat, and 90.7 KPFK. Monyee is also an emcee who ignites stages with live music and relevant lyrics with her husband, Gaknew Roxwel.
Influenced by the writings of Daniel Quinn, Gandhi, Martin Luther King Jr., Octavia Butler, Marshall Rosenburg, and many others, Monyee spends her time offstage working with foster youth and is currently a marriage and family therapist in Los Angeles, California.
Her most recent project is "Sex and Sisterhood," a workshop co-presented with HBO Def Poet Mayda del Valle, focused on relationship building among women. In addition, she has facilitated women's self-awareness groups, teen relationship support groups, and hip-hop poetry workshops for children ages nine to 18. After eight years Monyee completed her first solo poetry album entitled in/Tuition.
TOPIC FOR TODAY: AN INTERNATIONAL NONVIOLENT PEACE FORCE
Could you be a member of a Nonviolent Peace Force?
Could you follow the rules of Satygraha, Mahatma Gandhi's principles for nonviolent campaigns?
Could you harbor no anger while suffering the anger of others?
Could you take a stand of neutrality in the midst of conflict, refusing to take sides?
Let's talk about what it takes to have a PEACE FORCE.
Many people believe that they don’t have what it takes to make a difference to the world. They believe only people like Mahatma Gandhi, Mother Theresa, Thomas Edison, Albert Einstein, Bill Gates, and the likes, are capable of making a difference.
The truth is, every one of us is put in this world to contribute and make a difference to the world in our own unique way. It need not be anything out of the world. It just needs to be something you do with the intention of ‘doing good’. If I or my contributing partners who speak on the show can make the difference enven to a few, to help
We'll explore how humane education can change the way we think about education, and why developing solutionaries can help us create more good and less harm in our communities. Our guest is Zoe Weil, co-founder and president of the Institute for Humane Education. For more about Zoe, watch her TEDx talk on "The World Becomes What You Teach" and read her book, Most Good, Least Harm: A Simple Principle for a Better World and Meaningful Life.
We'll also get a preview from Zoe about the "Educating for a Just, Peaceful & Sustainable Future" Humane Education Conference, coming up in New York City on September 21, the UN International Day of Peace. Keynotes include Zoe, along with Dr. Jane Goodall and Arun Gandhi.