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For women to flourish, we need to band together. We need to re-create the sense of female connection we once had during biblical days where women gathered, shared stories, supported each other, and passed on their female wisdom. Join me and my special guest Lauren Brown of the Sisters Evolve (SE) organization as we discuss this concept and how we can get back to supporting and uplifting each other instead of tearing one another down. SE is a great organization that's all about connecting women and inspiring them to become better together.
Sisters is an Emmy Award winning TV drama which aired on NBC, during the 1990’s, great show to watch. You normally grow up together an establish a bond between each other, is your sister a good experience or a bad one? What was the birth order? First, middle, or baby sister? What secrets do you and your sister hold? Sometimes it is complicated was she like Cruella de Vil growing up or Snow White? Tune in on Friday night, tell me what you think.
True brotherhood in the Body of Christ is woefully missing today in organized churches. Just how important is this issue? What does the New Testament say about brotherhood in the body of Jesus Christ? Do you know who your real brothers and sisters are? What does true biblical brotherhood look like? How can so many churches get this wrong? Do you truly love your brother? How would you know? Please join brother Jim in this critical teaching on the body of Jesus Christ.
2.1 Billion Christians worldwide banking on hope that THE BEST IS YET TO COME! This week Pentecost Sunday is on the Christian calendar. It’s the 50th day after the resurrection of Jesus The Christ, and a celebration of the return of power to the church through the Holy Spirit . What’s good to you and for you from the first lady’s garden? What’s love got to do with the President’s My Brother’s Keeper Initiative? And were is the civil rights leadership endowed by a LEGACY OF HOPE? Join us on YouthUSA Radio as American Mentors set out to discover #MyBrothersKeeper somewhere out there in Dr. Martin Luther King Jr’s vision for The Beloved Community.
The Phoenix Sisters, Psychic Mediums Ivy Rivera and Melanie Rimkus work together synergistically answering questions from callers about love, life and loved ones that have crossed over to the otherside. Ivy and Melanie's mission is to embrace the gifts spirit has blessed them with and use these gifts with the intention of love,light,and the highest best. They embrace whatever path Spirit has led them on to help bring healing to this world. Listen to Ivy and Melanie answer questions from callers and answer your questions about the spritiual world.
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This week on #LFCRadio, we'll continue or Next Generation of Intellectuals Series. Our guest will be Dr. Stephany Rose. Dr. Rose is an assistant professor of Women and Ethnic Studies at the University of Colorado and is the author of three books including her latest, "Abolishing White Masculinity From Mark Twain to Hip Hop".
We will be talking about feminism, President Obama's My Brothers Keeper initiative and Hip Hop. We'll get her opinion on Ray Rice & The NFL's handling of his indiscretions, Nicki Minaj's new album cover and President Obama.
And finally, Stephen A. Smith isn't the only one who believes that women can be culpable in a domestic violence incident. We'll ask the hard question. Is there ever a time where a man is justified in hitting a woman?
Join us this week live or feel free to replay the podcast!
A show dedicated to "True Life Experiences." The Life and Motivation of Dr. Toni G. Alvardo, Author and Chief Executive Officer and Founder, at My SIster Keeper, Atlanta, Ga.
"Dr. Toni explains as Chief Executive Officer she will focus on “Moving Women from Average
to Excellence” in their educational, personal and professional development and pursuits.
She is a Certified Professional Coach & Coach Trainer with over 20 years of success as a
wife, mother, entrepreneur and the President of Targeted Living Coaching & Consulting,
Dr. Toni is the Co-Pastor of Grace Church International and Adjunct Professor at Beulah
Heights University in Atlanta, GA. She is the author of Run and Not Be Weary: The
Pursuit of Purpose and Destiny. She co-authored Let’s Stay Together: Relationship
Strategies For Successful Marriages, with her husband Dr. Johnathan E. Alvarado.
Dr. Toni’s Coaching Niche’s are: Women in Ministry, Business and Corporate
Leadership, Work/Life Balance, Educational and Professional Goal/Planning, Self-Care
and Healthy Relationships. She is passionate about fitness training, reading, writing and
spending time with her husband and three children. Her years of experience as a
community leader, pastor, professor, coach and trainer coupled with her educational
accomplishments imminently qualify her to empower others."
For more information on Dr. Toni, and My Sister's Keeper please visit www.mskfoundation.org.
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In the Show Me state this week, the question, Am I My Brother’s Keeper takes us to the suburban St Louis, MO community of Ferguson, and Big Data's potential for producing chaos. Business as usual in the national media has been to raise the race card, carving a social justice angle out of a national security issue. Should the President of the United States give a speech about racism? The President has given the speech, signed a memo defining a threat to our national security and outlined a plan. We have not taken it serious enough.
By now, you've seen the news. On Saturday, August 9th, 28 year-old Darren Wilson, a six year veteran police officer shot and killed Michael Brown, an unarmed teenager. Was there a credible threat to justify deadly force? Did Big Data play a role in qualifying the officer's action? Is there a need for new data driving life-threatening decisions by armed Americans?
If you have read the report to The President of the United States, we’d like to hear your thoughts on My Brother’s Keeper.
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Kimberlé Crenshaw is the creator of, and the nation's pre-eminent legal scholar on, Critical Race Theory. As co-founder of the African American Policy Forum, she also has focused national attention on the role of gender in the struggle for racial justice.
On this episode of Know-It-All: The ABCs of Education, Professor Crenshaw will talk us through the gender dynamics of My Brother's Keeper. On February 27, President Obama stood for and with some of this country's most undervalued and marginalized assets - boys and men of color - to create My Brother's Keeper. This initiative is a partnership between the federal government and private entities in support of boys and young men of color. We'll talk with Professor Crenshaw about what this means for women and girls of color and how we should all use this opportunity to advance as a community united.
Michigan Life Coach Q. August interviews Coordinator Andrea Reed of philanthropic organization My Sister's Keeper at Michigan State University. They discuss the value in philanthropy, how to serve, and why young professionals should make it their business to serve!