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Dr. Enawgaw Mehari is Chief of the Neurology Department at Morehead Clinic and St. Claire Regional Medical Center in Kentucky, Consultant Neurologist, and Adjunct Faculty Member, University of Kentucky, Honorary Faculty, Addis Ababa University, Ethiopia and the founder and CEO of People to People Inc. (P2P), a nonprofit organization that aims to improve health care and reduce AIDS in Africa, particularly in Ethiopia. Ethiopian-born Enawgaw Mehari, MD, did his neurology training at University of Kentucky, Fellowships in Pain management and neurophysiology at Case Western University in Cleveland and Neuro AIDS at University of Washington in St. Louis .He began practicing neurology with specialties at the Morehead Medical Specialist and St. Claire Regional Medical Center. He is the current chief editor for the Horn of Africa Journal of AIDS. Dr. Mehari has published several articles and published several chapters for medical books, including his latest books "Triangular partnership, the power of the Diaspora" and the Ethiopian medical history. Dr. Mehari is a frequent speaker at major international health care and medical education conferences and meetings.
Today show is a rebroadcast of our "Plantation to Pew: The Remants & Evolution of Slavery" series; focusing on the subject of "TAINTED LOVE: THE SLAVES LOVE FOR MASSAH".
In this interview, Matthew Garrow-Fisher talks with Jason Busch, Founder and Managing Director of Azul Partners, a boutique advisory firm and Editor of the sourcing, trade and supply chain blog www.spendmatters.com. If you want to know the latest ideas around purchase-to-pay systems, listen in!
The CrimePAYS episode for Sunday, April 28, 2013 has $175,000 in Reward Cases.
$5,000 Kingfish Boat Ramp Murders - Many residents who pass the Kingfish Boat Ramp along Manatee Avenue, are not able to forget a brutal crime that remains unsolved from some 32 years ago. It’s an unthinkable crime. The murder of four people, a nine year old boy, his 13 year old brother, their father, and just a few blocks away the murder of an innocent bystander.
$20,000 Wanted Fugitive Reward - Dr. Emilio Luna, who is under indictment for five counts of distribution of illegal child images, fled house confinement on September 12, 2010. Luna, a pediatrician in Phoenix, Arizona, was identified as allegedly sharing illegal child images on a peer-to-peer (P2P) network.
$50,000 Missing Child Reward - On June 4, 2010, Kyron Horman was brought to school by his stepmother, Terri Horman, who then stayed with him while he attended a scirence fair. Terri Horman states that she left the school at around 8:45am and remembered seeing Kyron walking down the hall to his first class. However, he was never seen in his first math class, instead he was marked absent for the day and has not been seen since.
$100,000 Solved Case Reward – One of the FBI's Ten Most Wanted was captured last week - Child ographer Eric Toth.
Tune in at www.blogtalkradio.com/crimepays at 5:00PM EST
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Ginny Tucker, VP & GM of Procurement Solutions at Xerox will talk with us about Xerox's World Class P2P programs. She will also be speaking at IQPC's Procure-to-Pay Summit taking place February 22-24 in Miami, FL. For more information please visit http://www.procuretopayevent.com
As we conclude our "PLANTATION TO THE PEW - The Remnants & Evolution of Slavery" series, we will be discussing the responsibility that comes with freedom. When a slave finally attained their freedom, they had to learn how to become their OWN masters. For some this was the ultimate liberation: to be able to earn their own wage, set their own goals, and live their own life. Tasting this kind of freedom; many fought for the freedom of all. For others, freedom
Continuing our PLANTATION TO THE PEW series, we will be discussing how literacy was the biggest threat to every slave system. There were laws against teaching slaves how to read. The ability to read, gave the enslaved the means of knowledge and education and the desire for more than what they had. Slave masters kept control by keeping their slaves totally dependant, isolated and ignorant. LITERACY threatened and destroyed all this. Do Pimp Preacher churches keep p
Continuing our "PLANTATION TO THE PEW - The Remnants & Evolution of Slavery" series, we will be discussing what happens when the slave becomes the master. Ironically when some slaves got their freedom, they would buy slaves themselves. What kind of masters were they? Experiencing slavery themselves, and becoming free...did they use their freedom to enslave others? Have you ever experienced a pastor that thinks they "own" you? Have you seen "pastors" get r
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