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This week we discuss "Black Poverty" ... What are your thoughts? Do you believe American Culture is apart of black poverty?
Today's guest is clairvoyant and animal communicator Shirley Scott. In 2000 Shirley had a near-death out-of-body experience and when she recovered, she realized she had brought back the power of clairvoyance with her. Shirley does readings on both animals and people and Ishe crosses the veil to connect with loved ones that have crossed. She has found that this connection helps people who are grieving for a loved one and also lets the person or animal that has past tell us things they couldn't when we were together on this side. Shirley was instrumental in beginning the dog training program at Walla Walla Penitentiary in Washington State.
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We are enterring 2014 with 42% of Americans living under the poverty level of $23,000/ year for a family of four. Teachers say that three in five children are coming to school unable to concentrate on math becuase they are hungry. With over 70 government programs directed at social issues, why are 46 million Americans still living in poverty and over 1.3 million still jobless? Join Flex Hour Jobs as we discuss the 2014 issues we face today and what really needs to be done with j
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More than 46 million Americans live in Poverty USA.
Americans families were having a difficult time making ends meet before the recession. With continuing unemployment and increasing costs of living, more and more families have to choose between necessities like health care, child care, and even food.
In the late 1950s, the poverty rate for all Americans was 22.4 percent, or 39.5 million individuals. These numbers declined steadily throughout the 1960s, reaching a low of 11.1 percent, or 22.9 million individuals, in 1973. Over the next decade, the poverty rate fluctuated between 11.1 and 12.6 percent, but it began to rise steadily again in 1980. By 1983, the number of poor individuals had risen to 35.3 million individuals, or 15.2 percent.
For the next ten years, the poverty rate remained above 12.8 percent, increasing to 15.1 percent, or 39.3 million individuals, by 1993. The rate declined for the remainder of the decade, to 11.3 percent by 2000. From 2000 to 2004 it rose each year to 12.7 in 2004.
Since the late 1960s, the poverty rate for people over 65 has fallen dramatically. The poverty rate for children has historically been somewhat higher than the overall poverty rate. The poverty rate for people in households headed by single women is significantly higher than the overall poverty rate.
The evidence is staggering! POVERTY destroys THE BRAIN! POVERTY CAUSES STRESS! STRESS ATROPHIES THE BRAIN! STRESS ACTIVITIES THE HIPPOCAMPUS; WHICH CAUSES DEPRESSION AND DIABETES! POVERTY CAUSES PSYCHOLOGICAL PROBLEMS! A study at Boston Children’s Hospital concludes, severe psychological and physical neglect produces measurable changes in children’s brains. Stress and poverty go hand-in-hand. More important than unhealthy lifestyles and lack of access to good healthcare, c
Recent studies have come to disprove that poverty in many cities and towns around the U.S. doesn't stem from only the lack of a father being in the home and or the father not taken care of his responsibility. A lot of it has to do with the lack of respect that many of these woman aren't getting when trying to get off of government assistants and having very little education and job skills. It's a set up from the get up and we will disect this issue tonight on our show.
Sam Thurman, Cliff Stewart, and Ethel Lopez of the Colorado exoneration firm A Just Cause, discuss what happens when the wheels of justice trample unbridled over the rights of innocent Americans.
Although the American system of justice is the most-respected worldwide, it is still a system designed, and operated, by humans, which means it's not perfect. Sam, Cliff and Ethel will highlight ongoing struggles against "the system" to free wrongfully imprisoned people, and what happens when justice miscarries against an actually innocent person.
Our special guest for tonight's show are Leonard Reece, Director of Second Chance Conference and Randy Kearse, Author/Host of Straight Talk TV. They will share with our listenening audience the challenges/successes of prison inmates transitioning back in to society.
A Just Cause is currently campaigning for "FreeTheIRP6," who's been wrongly imprisoned in Florence, CO for a crime they didn't commitrong. For full story: www.freetheirp6.org.
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We are enterring 2014 with 42% of Americans living under the poverty level of $23,000/ year for a family of four. Teachers say that three in five children are coming to school unable to concentrate on math becuase they are hungry. With over 70 government programs directed at social issues, why are 46 million Americans still living in poverty and over 1.3 million still jobless? Join Flex Hour Jobs as we discuss the 2014 issues we face today and what really needs to be done with job creatio
Join me and my special guest, Elease Wiggins who is committed to supporting individuals to realize and utilize their innate gifts and desires in order to achieve their goals through both their personal and professional development while serving humanity. Elease is the Activator of Breaking the Chains of Poverty. She is the self-published author of: Create Your Own Path To Prosperity: A Blueprint To Help Women Get Off And Stay Off Welfare. Elease says, “I want my life to serve as a guide to breaking the cycle of poverty. Not just physically but mentally.
Our forefathers and mothers made it possible for us to live a better life, but it's now our choice to keep our lives out of poverty and live in God's abundance.
So what are we leaving behind for our communities today? What are we fostering in the minds of our Black children? How will we strengthen our famillies and our communities?
Fifty years ago, Dr. King's "I Have a Dream..." Speech debuted in Detroit and transformed a nation. Today, we Celebrate our Jubilee and join in that movement of teaching us all to evolve in our beliefs, values and purpose for elevation of our consciousness into the greatness that lies in the Human Spirit.
Our ancesters from Africa knew the power of connection to the Divine, and honoring the human-ness in each other. I invite you to remember the greatness of our people, and let's have conversations that inspires us all to take action to "Heal what's hurting our Black Community."
We are powerful, and we rise!