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Join us as we talk with Dr. Karina Roessel, Ed.D. as we discuss education in reservation schools. Dr. Roessel has spent her career working on the Navajo Nation from the classroom to school administration, Dr. Roessel's perspective will shed light on the not only the challenges but the opportunities in Indian education.
In part 1 ASG Securities discussed the importance of protecting your business. Now that you know exactly what to do to protect yourself and your employees on the job what about your home security?
Join us as ASG gives us pointers on how to keep our property and, most important, our families safe. Our guest for this episode, Justin Brynn, is security consultant for ASG Security with over 13 years experience in residential security. He is a certified licensed professional in both North and South Carolina. He obtained his license from The North Carolina Private Protective Services, a division of The North Carolina Department of Justice. He has designed and overseen the installation of more than 3900 residential security systems from standard alarms to home management systems and multi-camera platforms.
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TECHNOLOGY, E-RATES AND FUNDING FOR CATHOLIC SCHOOLS
THE NATIONAL CATHOLIC EDUCATIONAL ASSOCIATION AND THE UNITED STATES CONFERENCE OF CATHOLIC BISHOPS:
www.ncea.org www. usccb.org @NCEAtalk
Fast Horse Productions' The Martha Fast Horse Show
Special Guest: Annamarie Hill (Red Lake Ojibwe)
Annamarie Hill, Red Lake Band of Chippewa Indians and Executive Director of the Minnesota Indian Affairs Council.
Show Topic: Host and guest discussed what is currently happening in the Minnesota state legislature and the importance of all the work of the Minnesota Indian Affairs Council on behalf of all American Indian people in Minnesota.
Featured Song: "Love Of My Life" by Spencer Battiest, a Seminole Indian from Florida, grew up singing gospel music and hymns in Miccosukee, Creek, and Choctaw before turning his sights on Pop R&B. In his vast career, he has performed live on ESPN, ESPN2, HBO, and Showtime. He’s opened for Aerosmith, Sting and The Police and performed in London’s Hyde Park for an audience of over 100,000. In 2011 Spencer wrote, produced and performed "The Storm" with his Brother "Doc" which went on to win Best Music Video of The Year at the American Indian Film Festival in San Francisco California. Since moving to LA in 2012 Spencer has added acting to his list of accomplishments with Native Voices at the Autry where he stepped into lead roles in the developmental readings of Distant Thunder (a Blackfeet musical), The Day We Were Born, and Champ.
Host/Producer: Martha Fast Horse (Rosebud Lakota). Engineer/Talent: Justin Severson (Minnesotan)
Airing Tuesday 8/5/14 at 10:00 p.m. CDT on Blog Talk Radio
I feel it's important to bring to the forefront some of the great play from HBCU Colleges and football. I will feature Coach James Woody and other HBCU games. A lot of the NFL played at our HBCU schools. Jerry Rice, Emerson Martin, Michael Strahan, Walter Peyton
We're going back to school with today's Mommy Monday guest Tanya Anton.
Not only are we helping to take the stress our of this process but make sure your family has the best school year EVER!
How? Tanya share her popular "5 Ways to Learn About Your Los Angeles Public School Options".
Are you looking for a school? Feeling overwhelmed? We'll break down the differences & options for your child.
What's with all the buzz terms? Charters. Magnets. Permits. Lotteries. Immersion.
Kristin & Tanya will talk you through (and maybe off the ledge) about the sometimes confusing and daunting public school journey.
Find out more about Taya Anton, author of Go Mama Guide, Demystification & Guidance here. And yes, she'll totally come over to your house if you need her to.
Happy Mommy Monday girls! Let's rock this week! XO, Kristin
It isn't uncommon for the underdog or child with special needs to be bullied at school. How can parents help their school-aged CHD children if they are being bullied? What strategies work for overcoming bullying? What kind of presentations can parents do to help schools understand the prevalence of congenital heart defects? What can parents do to make sure their children's school are safe for their congenital heart defect survivors? This episode will examine the answers to these questions and more.
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