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Sarae talks with Carlos Colón, Bilingual Personal Finance Coach at mpowered, about what you need to know to determine if you qualify for public service student loan forgiveness.
For more details about public service student loan forgiveness, visit studentaid.ed.gov/publicservice. To access the Employment Certification form to track your employment eligibibility (you will want to fill this out for each public service job you have while making qualifying payments), click here.
Thanks to Cynthia Maurer for recommending Dr. Leo Rebello to this program: http://www.healthwisdom.org
Host Sallie O. Elkordy's contact: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Sallie-O-Elkordy-for-NYC-Public-Advocate/587347554614900 and blog: http://BillionToddlerMarchForSurvival.blogspot.com/
Isn't it ironic that the lame stream media, public officials, and other pundits promote peace in Ferguson as a response to the riots yet we continue to drop bombs in the middle east. War is not the answer or is it...
America has a violent past, a violent present, and a may I dare say a violent future. Tonight we discuss the differences and similarities between the Cliven Bundy case and the Ferguson case. Two isolated incidents with common threads and an underlining theme that cannot be denied.
Since the days of Martin Luther King the phrase, "Turn the other cheek" has been a prominent theme line in the black community. Although marching, protesting, and boycotting were cornerstones to the civil rights movement many question whether these tactics are outdated. On the flip-side how productive and effective is rioting.
In other news we will address how The CDC and the powers that be have been deliberately waging war against the black youth of America. A top research scientist for the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) played a key role in helping Dr. Brian Hooker of the Focus Autism Foundation uncover data manipulation by the CDC that obscured a higher incident of autism in Black Boys.
Episode 160 “No Service”
In this Elsie-less episode John deals with three steaks and a widow next door with dementia. Marc regales a tale of drinks with former co-host Ben riddled with customer service fiascoes. They cover restaurant tipping, sixteenth century social media and stumble through a game of “Finish My Sentence”.
How the new service dog law will protect the disabled and the public?
Frank Perino - Host
Suzanne Tarazi-Ferraro - Co-Host
INNERSIGHT Means 'FREEDOM'
Advocates for the Disabled
Alex Thomas, Director of Admissions at the University of Arkansas-Clinton School of Public Service, shares informatin about the school. Tune in to learn more about this great program.
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When we were drinking, we felt afraid and lonely. We craved isolation on the one hand, but on the other hand, we were terrified at how alone in the world we felt. Now, in sobriety, we have learned to let down our guard. Vulnerability and honesty make room for authentic connections with our family and friends, with other people in recovery, with our communities. Building a true network fills us with joy and a new sense of safety in the world. How do we make this good stuff last? How do we keep our fears and our egos from busting up our serenity, especially in a way that threatens our sobriety? The answer is simple: Service! Join us for this episode to find out why service to others is fertile soil where our recovery takes root.