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Author Keshia Robertson hails from Toronto, Canada where she writes fresh sensual to erotic contemporary romance with a multicultural twist. When she isn't crafting stories of sexy heroes and witty heroines, she can be found on Twitter, @startswithakesh or on her website, startswithakesh.com, discussing her preferred writing techniques or the latest episode of a Korean drama.
Excerpt for Just As Good - 4 days before Christmas: Evan Hermes traded in romance for pragmatism when he suggested marriage at their New Year's Eve party to his girlfriend, Kitt Preston. It was a “suggestion” which wasn’t well received by the love of his life. Though it’s taken him most of the year to figure out the perfect proposal, this time romance is front and center to obtain a yes!
Kitt has been in love with Evan ever since he asked her out during their first year of college. Tall, handsome, and a family man, Evan is the kind of person that most women would be falling over themselves to marry…but not her. Kitt is only willing to say yes to a marriage proposal that is worthy of their love and years together.
A second chance for Evan to propose felt about as miraculous as Santa Claus standing in the middle of his living room with an inheritance grand . . .
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To succeed in today’s ever-changing business climate, it’s imperative that C-Suite leaders become keenly aware of their customers and the changing face of the consumer. As the United States grows more diverse, we must be equipped with the tools and skills to be constantly changing and evolving to keep up with the modern consumer.
Our first guest, Glenn Llopis, is a noted entrepreneur, author and speaker, as well as the founder and CEO of the Center for Hispanic Leadership. Glenn stresses the importance of having an “immigrant perspective” on leadership and becoming keenly aware of the disconnect between the changing cultural demographics in the U.S. to better understand how they are reached and represented by brands. Leaders, he says, must be willing to adapt and develop new strategies for the evolving marketplace and rise of multicultural groups not only in the consumer role, but in the workforce as well.
Our second guest, Tony Alessandra, is a prolific author, entrepreneur and speaker who specializes in sales, communication skills and behavioral styles. Tony is a strong advocate for constant education and self-improvement beyond the classroom walls. Education is essential for C-Suite leaders to maintain relevancy, understand their customers and truly be at the top of their game. Tony emphasizes the Platinum Rule: Treat others the way they want to be treated. This is key to truly connecting with both employees and customers and creating lasting relationships at all levels.
With so many fantastic opportunities for continued education, C-Suite leaders can now reach customers and grow their businesses in powerful new ways. A willingness to adapt and evolve is essential. New tools for learning, coupled with a deep understanding of the changing consumer, will guide the C-Suite, and their companies, along the path to success.
Onica's family is multicultural- she is West Indian and her son is Black and Asian. Her blogs are for awareness for the Asian and Black Community, which means families and individual Blasian heritage. Some of her blogs chronicle experiences of curiosity to disolved. Onica will share cultural expressions regarding child care and her expriences with it. Also, she will share how her Black motherhood is challenged. http://blasianbabynotes.blogspot.com http://asianblackco.wordpress.com
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My Guest is Dr. Gregory P. Meyjes
Our nation is now more multicultural and interfaith than at any other time. How to navigate through the various culture and faith traditions is a question I have asked myself in the interfaith work that I do. What necessary skills do we need, and how does that affect our sense of who we are, in our quickly expanding and changing society?
Join my guest Dr. Gregory P. Meyjes who is Associate Professor of Linguistics at Kennesaw State University and President of Solidaris Intercultural Services LLC, an intercultural and international competency firm with a focus on language, religion, and race/ethnicity.
Dr. Meyjes is Bahai’ and is an applied sociolinguist whose research concerns attitudes, policies, and practices involving the inclusion of cultural minority groups. He has pursued a rights-based approach to social change for decades. The recipient of several post-doctoral awards including two Fulbright assignments, his current teaching focuses on intercultural competency and international conflict management.
Everyone knows the value of fitness, exercise, and eating right. We also know that harsh weather conditions can take its toll on our bodies. But what about our face, our skin and the treatment and conditioning needed to keep us fit and healthy from head to toe?
If this concerns you, too, I have just the book for you! Skinversity: A Guide To Treating All Skin Types written by veteran business owner, skin care professional and esthetician Rosaline Lowe. It’s one of the few books written by an expert in cross cultural skin types that will walk you through a skin care regiment that is ethnically specific to Black, White, Asian and Latino skin types.
Listen to today’s interview and you’ll want to pick up a copy of the book for yourself, friends, and members of your family. Women’s History Month spotlights Rosaline Lowe and her contributions to business, beauty, and skin care dynamics for multicultural people everywhere!
Please join me as I welcome to the Cultural Conversations virtual studio, Bill Howe, author of "Becoming a Multicultural Educator: Developing Awareness, Gaining Skills, and Taking Action". Bill will discuss the changing demographics and what educators need to do to be successful in teaching to all students. He will also discuss the impetus to his new book.
We apologise for the more quality of recording of this show, but we will hosting Bob and Mary Bain again on Wedneday at 11:30am to give you better quality. In the meantime, please feel free to listen to this one.
TiM Talk Radio is talking to Bob & Mary Bain of the Welcome Network, about confronting the challenges of living in a diverse community.
They will be sharing on the Multicultural Ministry Networking Day on Tuesday 20 November 2012 at 12:00pm and the work that Welcome Network is involved in.
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Investigative reporter, Jack Cashill says the multicultural faithful have less interest in celebrating the many colors of their rainbow than they do in condemning “those with privilege” who are white. What does that have to do with Ebola?
Have you had your healthy dose of reality lately?
There are always at least two sides to every story. Have you ever wondered how someone, who saw the same thing you did, walked away telling a vastly different story? Which version was correct? Which one was the REAL story? Actually, both are! It’s just a matter of perspective.
Joe takes the issues… especially the controversial issues (politics, prejudice, religion, illegal immigration)… and brings in people from different sides to share their viewpoint. This is definitely not a fluff piece. And while no one is attacked, the questions are hard-hitting.
But the conversation is always respectful and you’re sure to learn something new, even if you don’t agree!
If you’ve always wondered how the “other side” thinks and how they’ve arrived at their “stand”, then this is the show for you!
It’s not the right side, it’s not the wrong side, but the REAL side of the issues!
PHILADELPHIA OWN REVOLITIONARY BROTHER PTAH AND BROTHER JELANI WILL TOUCH ON BLACK NIGGIA MULTICULTURAL STIMULATION STIMULATION WWW.BLOGTALKRADIO.COM BROTHER PTAH REVOLITIONARY RADIO 2013
Meet the Illustrator of Children Are Like Cupcakes 1st Edition, Mrs.Nana Aba Guerra! I am pleased to announce my guest, Nana Aba Guerra who is also Ghanaian and was raised Bi-Cultural. At home, she was Ghanaian and at school, American. Nana Aba Guerra was a teacher by trade but is now a public speaker and runs her own successful business. She is married with two bi-racial children as a bi-cultural mother. I am looking forward to talking to Nana Aba about how this wonderful book can help decrease bullying in children and raise positive self-esteem in children. Even more closely, how it felt being raised in two cultures and her plans on raising her children who are already children of two different racial backgrounds! Tune in at 12:00pm Monday, October 27th.
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