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Both Communism and National-Socialism have inspidred thousands of people to commit great atrocities throughout history. There are millions of people killed by Soviet Aparatchics and Nazis. Today, the West approprietly condemns the Nazis, but has little if nothing to say about the Communists, and when the western intellectual have to say something it comes out as condonation. This is a fascinating phenomenon that Andrew Bernstein and I will discuss in this episode of "Objectively Speaking&
Join Andrew Gluchov (@statboydrew) and John Doucette (@radiodoucette) as they dive into the world of college sports. From football, to basketball, hockey and more, the guys are there to give the proper respect to all college sports. From the College Football Playoff to the Frozen Four, Andrew and John will cover the championships that make college sports the amazing experience that they are. Tune in and enjoy the show!
It's Championship Monday as UConn and Kentucky square off in one of the most unlikely national championships. Also, the guys will talk about the other basketball tournaments as they wrap up.
Grant Din is the Community Relations Director at AIISF, where he is working on research and educational projects. He has over 25 years experience in the nonprofit sector, including 18 years at Asian Neighborhood Design in San Francisco in resource development and management positions. An avid family history researcher and genealogist for over twenty years, Grant has traced his grandparents' and other relatives' lives including their stays at Angel Island. He loves to help others learn more about their family histories and always seeks to learn new ways to find information. He and fellow researchers are developing a Chinese American Genealogical Society.
William Wong was born and grew up in Oakland, California’s Chinatown, the youngest child and only son of seven children of Gee Seow Hong and Gee Suey Ting. His parents ran The Great China restaurant in the heart of Chinatown from 1943 to 1961. He attended Oakland public schools and the University of California at Berkeley before becoming a journalist for mainstream newspapers.
Hi! My name is John Register and I went from All-American to American fighting soldier to amputee to Paralympian to inspirational speaker, and use my personal story of tragedy to triumph to Encourage, Empower, and Inspire audiences around the world! I use humor, emotion, and enthusiasm, while helping his audiences put action steps in their lives to hurdle the adversities before them. Whether you are a business with a tough decision to make; part of a team frustrated by not getting the best results; a military division whose troops are struggling from the strain of war; or a young high school student who does not see a way to college, I can speak directly to your situation and help you realize that all of these situation can be overcome. My anecdotes about growing up and ability to effortlessly parallel stories to real life issues are applicable to any audience; and my crafty use of humor make the life lessons learned - and the application to the work force - easily recognized and powerful, while leaving a life changing impression on the audience. So, come on an inspiration journey with me and ride your way to increased productivity by finding out how YOU can face life's challenges, deal with changes, and handle life's uncertainties - all with confidence and grace.
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Michael Hannigan is President and Co-Founder of Give Something Back Office Supplies, California’s largest independent B to B office supply company. After a successful career in the office equipment industry, he co-founded Give Something Back in 1991.Modeled on Newman’s Own food company, GSB’s profits are donated to non-profit groups selected by its customers and employees. The company is a Certified and Founding B-Corporation, an Alameda County Certified Green Business, and converted to a Benefit Corporation under California’s new corporate legal framework. GSB has garnered dozens of awards including Corporate Grant maker of the Year, US Small Business Administration Business of the Year, and an award from Paul Newman and John F. Kennedy Jr; Most Generous Companies in America. He has a BA in Philosophy from UCSD and an M.Crim. in Criminology from UC Berkeley. A member of the Social Venture Network, Hannigan lives in Berkeley, California.
Lt. LeRonne Armstrong was born and raised in Oakland, Ca. He began his career in law enforcement 19 years ago with the Alameda County Probation Department. After spending 4 years in the probation department, in 1999 he decided to join the Oakland Police Department as a police officer. Over his 15 year career he’s worked several assignments, starting as a Patrol officer, School Resource Officer, Problem Solving Officer Unit, Criminal Investigations, Patrol Supervisor, Gang Intel
Join Nancy Reid & Lisa Smith – publishers of NatureConnectionMagazine.com, for Big Blend Radio’s Nature Connection show, airing live from the historic Best Western Coronado Motor Hotel in Yuma, Arizona.
- Doreen Taylor – The award winning singer/songwriter releases her new single ‘Colors of the USA’ to benefit the National Parks Conservation Association.
- Steve Caron – Sky’s The Limit Observatory in Twentynine Palms, CA.
- Bruce Tepper - Tuolumne County Visitors Bureau in Yosemite’s Gold Country.
- Adonia Ripple - General Manager Yosemite Operations, Yosemite Conservancy
- Leah Launey – Three Rivers B&B in Three Rivers, CA
- Dana Dierkes - Kings Canyon & Sequoia National Parks
- Cynthia Johnston – Herbalist, MoonMaid Botanicals
- Aggie Garcia – Fashion Designer, Illusions by Aggie
Irvine Carvery-was born in Africville Nova Stotia, married with three children and five grandchildren.Irvine was removed from his Community at the age of 25, he began his work to seek proper compensation for his people in 1985, when he became President of the Africville Genealogy Society. It was under his leadership that the rest of Canada and the world began to know the story of Africville. This started with an exhibit called The Sprirt of Africville which told the story from the people of Afr