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Well its been a long time coming yet African American kids has topped the statistics, but not in high school drop out or teenage pregnancies yet in academics! So awesome to see that now young black boys are exceeding in the classroom faster than in the gym or a football field. We'll discuss these new findings and much more on tonights show!
Sammi and Mina discuss the role of "the other woman". Can we remove our moral lens from the way we perceive mistresses? Is there any merit in being the other woman? As wives, can we come to see things from the other woman's perspective? Is it ever respectable to be the other woman?
Aesthetician Nora Holloway, of Holistic Solutions, talks with us this morning, about both skin care and business. There are treatments available now to the average person that you used to have to go to the doctor for. Among other things, she talks about light therapy – LHE – microderm abrasion, and this one called Triple Current. The results range from, "Gee, you're looking good these days" all the way to, "You should see her. She's had work done." All completely non-invasive, and with most of them, no downtime and no pain. And this woman is an entrepreneur to reckon with! She has gone from having a decent number of clients to having so many, she has trouble fitting everyone in, in three months.
Episode 10 is going live tonight at 10:00 Central Time and I will be going over my recent telephone psychic reading by Tom of Ciennamoon.com
I will be covering what we talked about, what connected, what I am confused by and what may be in store.
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I thought it was time to revisit some of my humanitarian shows. Adrian Suskin has been living in this country for well over twenty years, but he was born and raised in Zimbabwe. It was very painful to him to watch what became of his country. In this show, he talks about what has happened to the country – good and bad – since Robert Mugabe took office.
Did you know Zimbabwe used to be known as the Breadbasket of Africa? And they had a literacy rate of 98%. 98%! But then, farms that had fed Zimbabwe, and helped other countries, and housed thousands of people and educated their children, now produce next to nothing and employ next to no one.
Adrian and some friends set up Zimkids, an orphans village. They feed and educate them, teach them usable skills, all kinds of great stuff. Adrian is also a cancer survivor several times over and just won't quit.
In this show, we make reference to a couple of movies and I got the actors a little mixed up. Djimon Hounsou was in Blood Diamond, as Adrian says. He was not in the TV movie, Master Harold And The Boys, as I said. That was Zakes Mokae.
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The only radio show dedicated to the issues of grief and loss.
This week as we celebrate the day of our inedpendence we will also remember those whom we have lost. We will look back on the last year of our grief.
I will alos be answering questions that have been sent into me by our listeners.
Check out the fanpage on facebook, "The Other Side of Grief". I have posted some questions for you.
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Richie Frieman has been called a modern Renaissance man. This could be because he has been a professional sculptor, author, illustrator, inventor, and wrestler. Yes, you read that right. He's also the youngest recipient of the Honors Program Laureate – formerly theSmithsonian – award for music. He's also made just about every 35/40 Under 35/40 list in the area.
Currently, he is best known as the Modern Manners Guy. The specifics might change, Emily Post's dos and don't may no longer apply, but manners and etiquette never go out of style. And they're easy to digest with Richie's humor and light touch. Check out his Quick and Dirty Tips blog for some, well, quick and dirty tips.
His most recent book is in that arena: REPLY ALL...And Other Ways to Tank Your Career. It is a great resource for workplace etiquette, from interview tips to handling difficult co-workers – you are going to run into them – to how to handle people trying to get you to buy something for their kid's soccer uniforms. The book is an Amazon best seller in three categories and one of the youngest on their Best Sellers list.
He's also written award-winning children's books starring Terple the turtle, and started a kid's clothing line called Charm City Babies. Richie has a wife and two – very polite – kids.
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Join us as we begin our new series on topics often too hot to talk about in relationships. We're kicking it off with our special Guest "Valerie J. Lewis Coleman" author of Best Sellers "The Forbidden Secrets of the Goody Box" and "The Blended Family" an Anthology. You won't want to miss this dynamic woman's insight as she shares some of her own personal experiences on "Topics "Hotter" than July." Share this broadcast with others and visit our web page for more information. Don't forget to follow us for broadcast updates or to contact us to be a guest on our program. You are welcome!
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The only radio show dedicated to the issues of loss and grief.
This week's conversation will take a look at grandparents and grief. We will look at the relationahip of grandparents in the family. Somtimes grandparents are the forgotten mourners. As such we should look at ways grandparents grieve. We will also be focusing on the issues of " untimely" deaths in the family and how this impacts family dynamics.
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Today we are asking the questions does the rich worry and have similar concerns as you? Would you trade your problems and concerns for the concerns of the rich?
Tune in to this segment of The Organic View Radio Show, as host, June Stoyer is joined by special guest, film producer, Markus Imhoof, to talk about his thought-provoking film, More Than Honey. The film explores the reality commercial beekeepers are facing due to mass bee deaths. Stay tuned!
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