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Ava Duvernay is a Hollywood veteran who created a movement (AFFRM) to disttibute great films that continuously get accolaides. Middle of Nowhere also directed by Ava is yet another film in her distribution stable that feeds a desire for watchig great films not just brands. Join the discussion as I review her newly released cinematic masterpiece. Synopsis: When her husband is sentenced to 8 years in prison, Rudy drops out of med school in order to focus on her husband
Welcome to The Healthy Baby Boomers Network Blog Talk Radio Show. I am your host, Dr. Erica Goodstone, Relationship Healer helping YOU heal all your relationships through Love, author of the book: Love Me, Touch Me, Heal Me and the romantic novel Love in the Blizzard of Life – available at Amazon.com, director of HealthyBabyBoomersNetwork.com , speaker, mentor and seminar leader.
This show is all about living your dreams, fulfilling your life purpose and creating and sustaining love and health and total well-being for the rest of your life, no matter how old you are right now. In every episode I speak with vibrant, exciting and positive men and women who are proving that life can, and often does, get better and better as we reach our 40’s, 50’s, 60’s and beyond.
Today I am speaking with Orit Rehany, an author, jewelry designer and expert on the situation in the Middle East. Orit grew up in Ramat Gan, Israel and later received her Bachelor Degree in Montreal, Canada. Truly a citizen of the world, she cares deeply about the Middle East. Orit shares her knowledge and love for that unique culture in her regular local South Florida events where she creates a true Middle Eastern experience with food, authentic belly dancing, and a comprehensive overview of life in that region.
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Join host Robert Fisher for what promises to be a most
informative chat on the Middle East today- with Middle East specialist Judith Kipper.
Judith is an internationally recognized expert on the Middle East. She is Director of Middle East programs at the Institute of World Affairs, a former consultant to ABC news(Peter Jennings and Ted Koppel)on the middle east for almost twenty years, and a partner at International Strategic Insights LLC.
Time: Monday 6:30 PM ET Guest Call-In Number 347-884-8526 www.Middleschoolelite.com Tweet us @MSEBasketball The No.1 youth sports radio show. If someone is making it happen in youth basketball, you'll hear about it here. “The Hoop Guru” interviews some of youth middle school sports' best coaches and players, as well as parents and trainers! With a team of youth recruiting analysts from across the county we give you info, updates, and events involving the best of the best players fr
The NABSE Instruction and Instructional Support (IIS) Commission invites you to join us as Karen Crawford, CEO of Komputer ED provides valuable information about how a middle school instructor can use computer programing for STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math) students. She will provide problem-solving strategies you can infuse with Common Core lesson strategies, homework assignments and in your class.
Karen is a one of the NABSE IIS Educators' Strand workshop presenters. She knows a lot about Common Core!
Shonda Rhimes and Olivia Pope have created a nation of gladiators and record breaking ratings with ABC’s hit TV show Scandal. Woman and men are calling themselves gladiators and are glued to ABC on Thursday nights waiting for Pope and Associates to solve their next problem. However #scandalnation has sparked many questions for some people. The show’s main love story is between the President of the United States, who happens to be white and Olivia Pope, an African American woman. Is this a modern day Thomas Jefferson and Sally Hemming's story that the public is now embracing? If the president’s character was black and his mistress white would the show be a hit amongst so many black women? Is this story glorifying affairs with married men? Today the Middle Men are calling all gladiators to explain! Join us today at 6pm EST online at www.blogtalkradio.com/themiddlemen or listen and join the discussion by calling 718.508.9972 #scandal
Join Host Eric Komoroff (www.communityofunity.org) and special guest-host, Shard Pierre, in their discussion of our youth and their social and emotional life at middle school, which is a critical time for identity, growth and maturation.
Shard Pierre has been teaching in NYC public schools for 11 years. Originally from Dominica, he has called New York home for the last 15 years, and he is currently a Design for Life teacher at New Design Middle School in Lower Manhattan.
Jason Stein, PhD. (iRyze.com), who regularly co-hosts the show will be return next week.
Today the Middle Men Talk Show will be discussing Black Fathers. The image of the Black father over the past couple of decades has taken many negative hits from being absent from the home, to not fulfilling his fatherly duty at all. Tonight we will try expose a more positive side of being a Black father, and some of the challenges it takes to make it as a Black father. What are some characteristics of a good father for your own perspective? What are some ways to show more of the positives of fathers in the media? What advice would you give to young fathers to ensure they continue to progress as being fathers? Is there a difference in the roles of the step father and biological father? Also, do surrogate fathers such as uncles and other male role models get the praise and notoriety they should receive in helping mold young men? What should those do if they do not have a relationship with their father and want to reconnect with them?
In today’s society, man and woman have strived to become more and more independent by nature. Real Men have grown to understand the need of becoming more educated spiritual, and understanding of his role as head of the household. The only thing lacking is his Bride, His Wife, His mother of his children, His Support, and His Lover. Today we will be discussing the needs of a man from a woman.
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