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Prisoner of my mind – Hosted by Craig Sicilia & Cheyrl Green
Sometimes living with brain injury means living with what we think is the worse of who we are. Between the disbelieve of the people who are in our lives that we are not ok, that not all is as it appears, we look fine and like who we were but were not. And what’s worse we don’t even know who we are. That is the quest to discover who we are but with the pain and of our losses and lack of support. The journey is hard but with faith, hope and effort we can live a life more fulfilling than the one we had before our brain injury. Let’s talk about that journey
This episode was originally broadcast on March 24, 2011.
When it comes to the Stynes, Dean (Jensen Ackles) decides to take matters into his own hands. Sam (Jared Padalecki) tries to come to terms with his decision. Thomas J. Wright directed this episode written by Andrew Dabb.
An African American soldier returns home to New York City from the Vietnam War in the late 1960s. It is a time of turbulence and change and racism is very much alive in America. Times are tough for a young black man in America, especially one who has fought for his country in an unpopular war. Rick Talley takes what he believes the only economic road open to him: drug dealing. Prisoner of Dreams presents a large cast of characters, from small time street hustlers and pimps to Hollywood and Las Vegas celebrities, to organized crime figures. In a poignant, eye-opening memoir, the author describes his life and the times, the good and the bad, in New York City and Harlem during one of the most seminal periods in American history. PRISONER OF DREAMS-Confessions of a Harlem Drug Dealer-Rick Talley
Join the Supernatural discussion on Variety Radio Online. Brancey, Kristina and Raven discuss the highlights of the latest Supernatural episode. If you want to be part of their show, feel free to tweet your thoughts to @VROBrancey and they will read them on air. If you' are catching the live broadcast, make sure you join the live chat-room Thursday’s.
Summary: Castiel tries to reconnect Claire with her mother who went missing, and calls Sam and Dean for help with the case.
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Many will look back to this Memorial Day 2015 for totally different reasons:
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Then the Aboriginal Press News Service (APNS) presents an interview on our American Gulags:
TheAngryindian speaks with US Psychotherapist and Prisoner Rights Advocate George C. Mallinckrodt, author of 'Getting Away With Murder: A True Story' (2014) based on the tragic and violent death of Darren Rainey, a mentally-challenged state of Florida prison inmate who was literally 'cooked to death' while in custody as a punishment by vindictive correctional guards. They discuss the unconscionable lack of basic human rights and due process accorded to the incarcerated and the absurd levels of routine violence and horrible death-by-officer cases faced by the mentally ill and other vulnerable populations within the largest prison-complex in the world.
Radio Ecoshock - Climate scientist Paul Beckwith from the University of Ottawa rejoins Alex Smith to investigate latest record heat, melting, and emissions. Are we already entering an extreme climate shift?
The Moorish Kemetic Society Inc. spotlights real plitical figures who gave the ultimate for the liberation of our people. No more watered down "Black History" no more of his-stories....it is our stories aka My-steries. Listen in a learn what you never knew
The Human Solution International LIVE with Joe and Kristin
Listen to 'News From the Front Lines LIVE with Joe Grumbine and Kristin Flor!' Regular guest stars include Eugene Fischer (plant prisoner for 26 years), Craig Cesal (serving life in prison for our plant), Stacey Theis (Cannabus), Kathie Z (retired nurse), and Tom Korby (THSI Leader) ~ Other guests include cannabis defendants, prisoners, doctors, lawyers, THSI chapter leaders, and more! Join us each week as we help educate our communities and spread awareness ~
No One Should Go To Jail For A Plant!
Johnny Strozier was a Georgia prisoner for 46 years (from 1968 to 2013) and served about 15 of those years in solitary confinement. Call-in to speak on air at 347.857.3293. Strozier was initially arrested at age 6, when he and friends burglarized an Atlanta warehouse to steal cigarettes for family members and candy for themselves. He was first imprisoned at age 10. His sentence was lengthened numerous times due to his lack of cooperation with juvenile detention rules. Later, his sentence was lengthened to 90 years after assaulting a prison guard.
Strozier's warden told him he would never exit prison alive because he often escaped and was involved in gang activity, but Strozier changed. He became a Christian in the 1980s. Strozier became active in church, married, and gained his high school diploma while still incarcerated. He also became a certified cook and brick mason. Since prison release, Strozier works, counsels youths, and faithfully attends church. Strozier has been presented to speak at prestigious engagements before college student bodies, civil rights officials, and church congregations. In fact, Strozier assembled a group of churches and individuals to help other released inmates find subsistence assistance, encouragement, and a spiritual family.
Strozier will share information about reentry opportunities, the importance of avoiding behavior that leads to incarceration, and he plans interviews with persons who can share valuable information that will improve lives of former inmates and at-risk youths. Phone Strozier at 678.516.4993.
Political Prisoner- Rev. Edward Pinkney will give his weekly updates on his case and the "Everthing Campaign" that he is organizing with national allies! We will also hear from leaders from across the nation on stories of resistance and success!
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