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Join us today as we meet the visionaries behind Mixed Roots Stories: Chandra, Mark and our very own, Fanshen Cox. Mixed Roots Stories (MXRS) is a new resource for teaching and learning about the Mixed Experience and is a creative and dynamic online and physical California Not-For-Profit dedicated to promoting artists and stories of all kinds that address Mixed experiences. “We are an interactive community, so input and collaboration with others is essential to our mission of Celebrating and Strengthening Diverse Mixed Communities through the Power of Sharing Stories.”
AND THIS IS WHERE YOU COME IN:
There are a number of collaborative opportunities:
o YOU CAN Promote story ideas on the Mixed Roots Stories website
o YOU CAN Partner to plan and implement an event (for example MXRS is partnering with Critical Mixed Race Studies in bringing arts and cultural programming to the 2014 conference)
o YOU CAN Share the MXRS podcast
o YOU CAN Participate in the selection of the Mixed Roots Stories logo
WON’T YOU JOIN US?
PLEASE CALL IN TO SHARE YOUR MIXED ROOTS STORY.
Mixed Roots Stories' very own: Chandra, Mark and Fanshen will join us to take your calls and tell us all about this amazing new resource.
WON’T YOU JOIN US?
GatorNation! After a disapointing finish to last season, The University of Florida finished the year at a disapointing 4-8 after a 4-1 start. Can they rebound this year and stop the current losing streak? Can the return of Jeff Driskel at Quarterback and a good young crop of receivers push the limits of the offense to levels last seen years ago? Who are the players to watch and what amazing talent is waiting to break out? Joe Pim and Jeremy York answer all this and more on this week's EndZone: The SEC Florida Gator Preview (Presented by Impact Media)!
Mill City Sports returns for another two-hour summer MCS Live.
Episode 2 features talk on the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC), Combat Zone, East Coast Fighting Championship (ECFC) and much more of the mixed martial arts world.
MCS Live co-hosts Justin Soderberg and Greg Celona will be joined by Mike McMahon as they preview UFC Fight Night 47 in Maine, talk about upcoming UFC events, touch on Combat Zone 50 and the upcoming ECFC 2 in Lowell.
About Our Guest:
Mike McMahon covers mixed martial arts for the Eagle Tribune newspaper, contributes to MMA coverage on Mill City Sports and Yahoo Sports. Additionally, McMahon covers college hockey for College Hockey News and his own site The Mack Report.
Your host Jeremy York along with new Impact Media college contributor Joe Pimm give their take on the recent college SEC news plus, a preview of the current champions of the SEC: The Auburn Tigers! Can the champs retain the trophy this year? Or did they lose too much in the off-season? All this and more on the new Impact Media show EndZone: The SEC!
I" Take a Medium, Please… Did you think I meant French fries or a diet coke? Or did you think I just fell into the Gap to buy a new t-shirt?
Media plural of Medium is all around you! Young Media Critics continue to discuss, analyze, evaluate, examine and comment on the various forms of media and the messages communicated to us every day.
Join Young Media Critics on Blogtalkradio.com, Tuesday, August 12, 2014 at 5:00 p.m (EST) as they introduce the Media Literacy Five Core Concepts. Today's episode combines last week's Media Literacy Five Key Questions to "pull back the curtain" on media messages!
William “Bill” Bean is an internationally known author, lecturer and media personality with over 30 years of experience in the paranormal field. He has written two books about his experiences, the first entitled Dark Force (2006), which inspired the Discovery
Channel docu-drama “House of the Dead,” and the second entitled Delivered (2010). Bill’s story has given rise to over 1000
Bill has been featured as a paranormal expert on over 30 television shows on the Discovery, Syfy, and Travel Channel as well as news programs on the Fox, CBS, and ABC networks. He has also been featured in over 30 periodicals and news publications,
including the Rolling Stone Magazine (“Encounters of the Strange
and Unexplained”), as well as several published books.
On Today’s episode of Mixed Race Radio we will meet Sonia N Kang, founder of Mixed Up Clothing, an ethnic-inspired baby/children’s fashion brand that celebrates global diversity. In addition to serving as a Board Member with the Multiracial Americans of Southern California (MASC), Sonia holds a B.S. in Nursing from the University of San Francisco, is married with 4 children and lives in Los Angeles, California. Mixed Up Clothing uses textiles, fabrics, and embellishments from all over the world to inspire its fashion. Sonia prides her clothing company on the fact that it embraces and appreciates the beauty of the 21st Century’s Americana family. Besides being worn by celebrity children across the globe, Mixed Up Clothing can be purchased online at mixedupclothing.com, LisaKlineKids.com and www.Vault.com.
Join us today to learn more about the amazing woman behind this inspiring brand!! WON’T YOU JOIN US? Won’t You Join Us? Feel free to call in to the show at: 347-215-6301 or join us in our chat room.
Your host Jeremy York is joined by college expert Joe Pim to preview the LSU Tigers upcoming season! Can Les Miles continue to put up great records as the captain of the ship? Will 10+ wins get them higher than 3rd in the division? Can they reload after losing some of the most talented players in school history to the NFL? They guys answer all the questions plus offer their preidictions for the Tigers!
The Young Media Critics…voices of the future made a few changes in the program. They will kick off the 2014-2015 season talking about media, literacy, digital messages and more with the Young Media Co-hosts.
Our show is based on “The Inquiry Process/ Free your Mind/Express Your View”-components of media literacy and media education as defined by The Center on Media Literacy (www.medialit.org ). It is not a show to bash the media.
The Young Media Critics Co -Host will share with the listeners how their lives are influenced by the media messages that surround them every day.
Join the Young Media Critics on Tuesday, July 1, 2014, 5 p.m. EST, as they talk with Frank W. Baker, media literacy education consultant and author about the importance of medial literacy education to children, parents and other concerned adults who work with young people.
Frank W. Baker is a media literacy education consultant and the author of three books, including Media Literacy In the K-12 Classroom (ISTE, 2012). He contributed two chapters to Mastering Media Literacy (Solution Tree, 2014). In November 2013, Frank was a co-recipient of the National Telemedia Council‘s annual Jessie McCanse Award given for individual contributions to the field of media literacy over at least 10 years. Follow him on Twitter @fbaker.