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In 1970, 70.3% of African-Americans between the ages of 20 and 54 were married. In 2008, it was less than 39.6%, according to the National Center on African American Marriages and Parenting. In 1960, 22% of African-American kids grew up in single-parent homes. As of 2013, 55% grew up without two parents. The breakdown of the black family is even greater than before. Join us in discussing African American Culture and how families have been impacted.
THIS EPISODE OF BODY COUNT RADIO WE WILL HAVE SPECIAL GUESTS T-REX AND PREP ON TONIGHT. THEY WILL BE TALKING ABOUT THEIR UPCOMING BATTLES ON THE URL REDEMPTION CARD, POSSIBLE BATTLES, AND MUCH MORE. WE ALSO WILL BE TALKING ABOUT BATTLES THAT JUST DROPPED AND WHO TO LOOK OUT FOR. YOU DON'T WANT TO MISS A MINUTE OF THIS! CALL UP 646-200-3462 TO LISTEN, PRESS 1 TO TALK. TO LISTEN LIVE, GO TO WWW.BLOGTALKRADIO.COM/VPDEEZY. FOLLOW US ON TWITTER @VPDEEZY @BKA_JAQUECE @MSFAVDARKSIN @OKRRADIO. ON IG @VPDEEZY @BKA_JAQUECE @NICEELOOK_NIKKO @OKRRADIO. FOLLOW OUR ENTERTAINMENT GROUP ON FB CALLED OKRADIO AND LIKE OUR FACEBOOK PAGE AT OFFICIAL KULTURE RADIO. LIKE, SUBSCRIBE AND COMMENT ON OUR YOUTUBE PAGE AT "THE OKRRADIO
STRENGTHENING THE FAMILIES: Apostle Williams is available for Conferences, Seminars and Workshops that will build your ministry or church group. Our Ministerial Team is comprised of educational and motivational speakers for your church meetings and special events to strengthen members, individuals and families, within the community or church.
Her goal is to provide Educational Seminars and resources for victims and families dealing with domestic violence, mental and emotional stress, and substance abuse that weaken the family structure and values. These seminars are to help improve parenting skills, promote abstinence among our youth, and provide Christian counseling relating to family values and issues. To strengthen, encourage and motivate men and women. Strengthening the Families Outreach Ministries Programs airs on Tuesdays on Fresh Manna Our Daily Bread Blog Talk Radio.
Today’s Discussion: Issues of Life Series-Find Your Own Path and Walk In It! All of us need to seek the path that is right for us, while the road we travel may not be as glamorous and full of travelers (friends and well wishers) as others; it will eventually serve our purpose if we are to attain the goals and objectives that we have planned so that we can have good success and happiness while we are in this world, before going to the next one! (Matthew 7:13) Enter ye in at the strait gate: for wide is the gate, and broad is the way, that leadeth to destruction, and many there be which go in thereat.
Apostle Loretta Williams is also on Facebook, Google + and Linkedin.
Welcome to BlogTalkRadio's Featured World of Ink Network. Today (Wed. July 29, 2015) hosts Virgina S Grenier and Traci McDonald will be talking about bullying and its impact on society with Fawn Einarson-Nielsen, President of Hear My Heart Books Inc. (HMHB). Hear My Heart Books Inc. is incorporated in the province of Saskatchewan to focus on social entrepreneurship initiatives. They create and publish resources for children living in crisis and difficult life circumstances.Learn more at http://hearmyheartbooks.ca/
Fawn is also the author of the children's book, Spots, Dots...and the Nots?! This important story presents a real-life review of how bullying impacts society. When the RED Spots and WHITE Dots come together to exclude the Nots, they create more and more PINK Nots.
teaches kids about human rights,
reinforces that we are all who we are meant to be,
builds dialogue around inclusion,
provides support to the bully, victim and bystander,
reinforces positive, respectful behaviour, and
reminds us that we all have a choice to exclude (which increases anger and unhappiness) or practice inclusion (where everyone can flourish and grow).
ISBN: 978-0-9868750-5-2 Book Trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xa040FHbfm8
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The June 25, 2015, episode of American Heroes Radio features a conversation with Erica Trejo the Director of Military Families are Resilient at Didi Hirsch Mental Health Services. Erica Trejo is a Licenses Family Marriage Therapist and the Director of Military Families are Resilient at Didi Hirsch Mental Health Services. She is also a recent recipient of the National Council for Behavior Health’s Rising Star Award.
HELLO PEASANTS AND PLEBS OF UNSTOPPABLE.
It Is I Count Zrathknock. And I welcome you all to another edition of KTC, Cohosts shall be Madcow and Bman.
but Tonight is Open Mic night.. No theme, No pay songs, Just call in and sing whatever song is in your head.. and If the chat votes for you as the winner.
I will give you 1.5M coin contract and fire you if you need me to.
but Let us all have a fun night where everyone is welcome to bless the airwaves with their songs...
Welcome to Our Own Voices Live with your hosts: Angela Thomas & Rodney Smith
Our Topic(s) today: “Back 2 Eden a Business focusing on Relationships and dating in the 21st Century.”
Today’s special guess is Ms. Mary Anderson
If you have a question, comment or just want to listen, give us a call: (347) 826-9600
Our Own Voices Live is a radio show featuring people and stories from our community in Las Vegas, the surrounding area and some place near you. America is the greatest country on earth due to its cultural diversity and not in spite of it. Our mission is to help bridge the cultural and ethnic divide in America by working together to build the greatest bridge in history to unite us
The "I have a dream speech by Martin L.King debuted in Detroit over fifty years ago on June 23, 1963 and changed the course of this nation, and re-imagined what was possible. Born that same year on July 23rd, I recently celebrated my 52nd Birthday, and realize that my life has been engulfed inside the Civil Rights, and parallels closely with the transformation I endured causing me to re-imagine the little black girl born in 1963 also,
Today we are sharing about the healing that must occur between these two cultures that caused such strong divisional lines of hatred, distrust, and pain merely based on skin tone. Although our nation has become much more diverse and Civil Rights are being fought for so many more, we still have a core pain in cities across the nation that still reek with the racial tension of the past.
Today, let's look at racial reconciliation and find ways to re-imagine ourselves, our cities and our nation.
What's possible for us today should we have dialogue about the pain we have both experienced? Our featured guest, poet and author Alicea Davis has a special message for healing our communities and racial reconciliation. Join me as she shares what she has re-imagined for us here in Detroit, and the work she's doing to close the gap in our consciousness so we see ourselves anew - as citizens of the same family. May we all remember our Divine heritage, our spiritual birthrights, and co-creative powers for creating a miraculous world.
Let's re-imagine our self-image, re-create our belief in everyone's worthiness, and choose to live in excellent communities that flourish abundantly with knowledge, intelligence and resources to be self-sustaining.
On July 29, my guest will be Joanna Leefer. Joanna has been as a senior care advisor/advocate for over 10 years. She is the founder of ElderCareGiving, a service that finds and gets the best care for aging loved ones. She writes a monthly column on eldercare for the Community Newspaper Group, has a bi-monthly blog on senior issues and speaks to professionals and families. Her book Almost Like Home: A Family Guide to Navigating the Nursing Home Maze was featured in Jane Brody’s New York Times column for two weeks running.
Joanna has both personal and professional experience in elder care. She was the primary caregiver for both her parents in their final years, overseeing them through home care, assisted living, nursing home care and hospice care. She worked for FRIA, New York City’s foremost advocacy organization of the elderly for over 5 years.
Joanna is the Program Committee Chair & Recording Secretary for the East Side Council for the Aging (ESCOTA), and is a member of the Affordable Housing Committee for the New York City League of Women Voters. She received an MBA from Long Island University and a Geriatric Scholar Certificate from the Consortium of New York Geriatric Education Centers.
THIS EPISODE OF BODY COUNT RADIO WE WILL HAVE SPECIAL GUESTS HAZEY WILLIAMS ON TONIGHT. HE WILL BE TALKING ABOUT HIS UPCOMING BATTLE ON TRAPHOUSE NEW YORK AGAINST BEDAFFI GREEN, POSSIBLE BATTLES, AND MUCH MORE. WE ALSO WILL BE TALKING ABOUT BATTLES THAT JUST DROPPED AND WHO TO LOOK OUT FOR. YOU DON'T WANT TO MISS A MINUTE OF THIS! CALL UP 646-200-3462 TO LISTEN, PRESS 1 TO TALK. TO LISTEN LIVE, GO TO WWW.BLOGTALKRADIO.COM/VPDEEZY. FOLLOW US ON TWITTER @VPDEEZY @BKA_JAQUECE @MSFAVDARKSIN @OKRRADIO. ON IG @VPDEEZY @BKA_JAQUECE @NICEELOOK_NIKKO @OKRRADIO. FOLLOW OUR ENTERTAINMENT GROUP ON FB CALLED OKRADIO AND LIKE OUR FACEBOOK PAGE AT OFFICIAL KULTURE RADIO. LIKE, SUBSCRIBE AND COMMENT ON OUR YOUTUBE PAGE AT "THE OKRRADIO