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  • Nancy I. Sanders Talks about Her Newest Picture Book

    in Books

    Nancy I. Sanders has written over 100 published books for children. In this episode of Book Bites for Kids, she talks about her newest picture book, A Pirate's Mother Goose.

    About the Book

    This selection of popular Mother Goose rhymes is given a delightful pirate makeover! What happens when the cat gives a mate his fiddle? The cabin boy dances a jig and the scalawags waltz in the brig! And Pretty Polly Pirate flies through the town squawking through the locks "are the children safe in bed? There be pirates at the docks!" From Rock-a-By, Pirate to Rub-a-Dub-Dub (three swabs in a tub), this collection is sure to inspire the poetic pirate in everyone!





  • Breathwork, Fire Walks, & Sacredness- Guest Nancy Jenkins, Shaman

    in Spirituality

    Sept. 29: 

    Please join me for a fascinating interview with Nancy Jenkins and Lesley Jackson, fellow Breathworkers on Tuesday, September 29 from 8-9 pm Central Time. Nancy Jenkins is an entrepreneur in the Kansas City area and offers marketing communication services to organizations in North America. She is an avid practitioner of breathwork, and firewalk facilitator. Lesley is a crisis and recovery coach. She is an ordained shamanic minister, a master breathwork facilitator, and has a masters in spiritual counseling. She helps people survive the most difficult time in their lives and feel safe enough to work through the chaos to determine the new path their lives will take.




  • 02:12

    O Ye Drybones : government sponsored segregation THE KERNER COMMISSION

    in Current Events

    In Baltimore in 1910, a black Yale law school graduate purchased a home in a previously all-white neighborhood,The Baltimore city government reacted by restricting African Americans to designated blocks. Explaining the policy, Baltimore’s mayor proclaimed, “Blacks should be quarantined in isolated slums in order to reduce the incidence of civil disturbance, to prevent the spread of communicable disease into the nearby White neighborhoods, and to protect property values among the White majority.”Thus began a century of federal, state, and local policies to quarantine Baltimore’s black population in isolated slums—policies that continue to the present day.In 1968, following hundreds of similar riots nationwide, a commission appointed by President Lyndon Johnson concluded that “[o]ur nation is moving toward two societies, one black, one white—separate and unequal” and that “[s]egregation and poverty have created in the racial ghetto a destructive environment totally unknown to most white Americans.” The Kerner Commission (headed by Illinois Governor Otto Kerner) added that “[w]hat white Americans have never fully understood—but what the Negro can never forget—is that white society is deeply implicated in the ghetto. White institutions created it, white institutions maintain it, and white society condones it.”When the Kerner Commission blamed “white society” and “white institutions,” it employed euphemisms to avoid naming the culprits everyone knew at the time. It was not a vague white society that created ghettos but government—federal, state, and local.In 1917, the U.S. Supreme Court found ordinances like Baltimore’s 1910 segregation rule unconstitutional, not because they abridged African Americans’ rights to live where they could afford, but because they restricted the property rights of (white) homeowners to sell to whomever.

  • 00:32

    Real Life Real Faith welcomes Chef Nancy Manlove, Winner of Cutthroat Kitchen!

    in Self Help

    Resident of the Texas Gulf Coast just south of Houston where she was always an excellent home cook who retired from the Space Shuttle Program in late 2010 and sought out the desire to go back to school and learn a new professional  trade and went for it.  The oldest in her class she enrolled in her local community college ( Galveston  CC ) and began her magic journey to become a professional cook and chef.  She finish top of her class with a 4.0 GPA!  Not bad for a babyboomer!

    Chef Nancy Manlove's professional culinary career began in 2012 at Moody Garden Hotel Convention Center & SPA under the Award Winning Executive Chef Urs Schmid. As an intern she worked high volume for Banquet and Events on the Garde Manger team where she garnered unbelievable kitchen experience and knowledge. Later she was moved to the fine dining restaurant brigade duties for the 4-diamond and Trip Advisor Award of Excellence rated restaurant 'Shearn’s Prime Steaks and Seafood' were she continued to grow and excel as a Pantry Cook.  She is known for her leadership and fundraising abilities. She is a cook that comes with a lot of business competencies, high energy, a deep passion and a can do attitude!

    All of this followed her careers in corporate America that proved to be invaluable to her being a chef now! Like the skills learned to be a talented chef, she can do many things and has! Nancy's love of cooking started as a teenager and her humorous stories of "practicing" on her husband and family members, co-workers, neighbors and friends for many years will delight you! Everyone wants to eat at my place!

    She currently handles personal chef assignments, schedules cooking demos in your home, works with culinary event planning, menu planning, recipe development, kitchen set-ups, real food stylist and food photography clients.

  • 01:42

    Rescued child survivors RADIO with your host ruby @ Nancy Hartwell

    in Family

    Nancy Hartwell grew up in Tampa, Florida, and earned a degree in International Relations from American U in Washington, DC. She married a prominent attorney from Cameroon, and lived and worked there for 14 years.


    Upon her return to the US she wrote for 7 years for The Washington Post on Capitol Hill, and was lead proposal writer for an international consulting company for 14 years. She has traveled to 44 countries and speaks more than a dozen languages.

    Nancy has had radio plays produced by the BBC and by ORTF (France). The flagship book in her best-selling Human Trafficking Series, Harem Slave, reached number 7 in All Fiction on Amazon (nearly 3 million titles). The two other books in this series, Prince Ibrahim's Favorite and Voices from the Harem, are also perennial best-sellers. They are based on true stories that she has collected over more than four decades of studying human trafficking, particularly the 21st Century slave trade focused on the oil-rich countries of the Persian Gulf.





  • 01:02

    Human Exploitation: Human Trafficking and Child Brides

    in News

    Human trafficking is a global problem and one of the world's most shameful crimes, affecting the lives of millions of people around the world and robbing them of their dignity. While the best known form of human trafficking is for the purpose of sexual exploitation, hundreds of thousands of victims are trafficked for the purposes of forced labor, domestic servitude, child begging, or the removal of their organs. 

    Additionally, when it comes to child brides, approximately 14 million girls under the age of 18 are married each year. If present trends continue, 142 million girls will be married over the next decade. These facts and statistics are staggering and have become a global crisis. Tune in Friday, September 25, 2015 @ 9 pm as we shed some light on some of the world's worst attrocities against human kind. 

    For more information on child brides and the Too Young Wed foundation visit: http://tooyoungtowed.org/

    National Human Trafficking Resource Center
    1 (888) 373-7888 SMS: 233733 (Text "HELP" or "INFO")


  • 01:00

    LIVE Wed, 9P ET, USA Today columnist Nancy Armour - NFL Concussion Movie & more

    in Sports

    Join David and Bill with special guest awarding winning journalist Nancy Amour.  Whether it has been lower body injuries, head injuries, or the treatment for those injuries, it seems like the NFL is primarily interested in the financial bottom line of the league and not the health or lives of the individual players.  Weigh in tomorrow evening at 9PM ET.

    Nancy Armour is a columnist for USA TODAY Sports Media Group. The award-winning journalist moved to USA TODAY in January 2014 after more than 20 years with The Associated Press. She has covered almost every major sporting event, including every Olympics since 1996 and the last five World Cups.

    Read her articles here: http://www.usatoday.com/staff/7439/nancy-armour/

  • 00:59

    ITW Next Steps Radio with Nancy Cole Silverman and Christian Picciolini

    in Books

    Next Steps Radio welcomes back host Jenny Milchman from her two month book tour. This month, Jenny will be interviewing mystery novelist Nancy Cole Silverman and memorist/activist Christian Picciolini.

    Violence and redemption are a key topic in this interview with a novelist who writes about the ugly side of human nature, having seen it as a reporter in Los Angeles, and an activist, who worked within a hate group before leaving to speak and write against it.

    Nancy Cole Silverman credits her twenty-five years in news and talk radio for helping her to develop an ear for storytelling. But it wasn’t until 2001 after she retired from news and copywriting that she was able to sit down and write fiction fulltime. Much of what Silverman writes about today she admits is pulled from events that were reported on from inside some of Los Angeles’ busiest newsrooms where she spent the bulk of her career. Today Silverman lives in Los Angeles with her husband, Bruce and two standard poodles.

    After leaving the white supremacist skinhead movement he helped build in the 1980s and 90s, Christian Picciolini graduated from DePaul University and became a respected entrepreneur. He launched Goldmill Group, a global entertainment media firm and in 2010 and 2011, he was nominated for three regional Emmy Awards. Most notably, in 2010 he co-founded Life After Hate, a nonprofit dedicated to helping others gain the knowledge necessary to implement long-term solutions that counter racism and violent extremism. In 2015, Picciolini published his memoir, Romantic Violence: Memoirs of an American Skinhead, where he details his involvement in the early American white power skinhead movement.

    This is a copyrighted, trademarked podcast solely owned by the Authors on the Air Global Radio Network LLC.

  • 00:59

    TCRN presents DA' BULL's 2 CENTS Episode 008: Nancy Pelosi, Blind Woman, REAL ID

    in Education

    Tonight Da' Bull gives his distain on Nacy Pelosi, Woman Who wanted to Be Blind, and furthers last weeks discussion on the REAL ID in Florida.  Also, Da' Bull will start a new segment call "Douche of the Week".  This week is a Police officer who aggressed against a couple for simply traveling.  

    This is a raw in your face show.  It is not for the light hearted.  That bering said, this is a free speech zone.  Everyone is responsible for the words they speak.  

    Please check out the FaceBook Event Page and interact with other listeners and the Host in real time.

    Don't forget the Instagram Contest: "1 or 2 Finger Salute to Authority" your best creative Selfie.  #DaBullRing @TriviumCafeRadioNetwork

    Welcom to the Bull-Ring!

  • 01:04

    In the News: James Blake, Kim Davis, and The Republican Presidential Debate

    in Current Events

    After taking a few weeks off, tonight Gerald? and I are back and we'll be talking about some of the hot stories in the news. We'll be discussing tennis pro James Blake and his mistaken identity arrest, Kentucky's county clerk, Kim Davis, and her refusal to issue marriage licenses to same sex couples, and the second round of the Republican Presidential debate. Tune in Wednesday, September 16 @ 9pm to listen live or if to join in the conversation directly from your phone by dialing (347) 989-1140 or stream live at www.blogtalkradio.com/realtalkwithnancy

  • 00:37

    "In Endless Waves A Story of Grace" by Author Nancy O'Farrell

    in Christianity

    Greetings to all God's people I pray blessings over you and your families. My guest tonight is a woman of courage  Nancy O'Farrell is the Author of A Story of Grace she will discuss the many trials in life as a Retired teacher reflects on her life and why there’s more to live for Montgomery, Ala. – At 34-years old, life for Nancy Kruithof O’Farrell already seemed futile. She has decided to kill herself. But God’s grace intervened, and O’Farrell embarked on a long and powerful journey of healing. In Endless Waves: A Story of Grace, she shares her life story and reveals the painful details of her struggles.Through narrative, journal entries, counselor’s notes, poems and scriptures, this memoir tells more than a story of abuse, addiction and relationship issues. It shares the specific, detailed steps that aided O’Farrell’s healing. “How can something from so long ago still have such an effect on me?” O’Farrell said. “How can it be possible that the way I look at people and events today is based on what happened more than fifty years ago? This is such scary stuff to talk or write about.”Bottom of Form.O’Farrell shares with readers how she was redeemed by God’s power and love, and she offers encouragement for others who face the same challenges.