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Just on the heels of the second eclipse of the month, listen as Chris and Debra recount what the situation looks like. Each of us will feel the impact of the eclipses at some scene in our lives. The impact may not reveal itself for some time, but it is wise to know how to interpret these events. How does the world respond? What is the fallout? How do they effect you? Listen and call in for detailed information about your life.
This World Footprints show will journey to the Grenadines and unlock the mysteries of the sea in a way few seldom see or experience.
Our first stop takes us to Bequia (pronounced Beck-way), the largest of the Grenadines. Fresh from a dive at Devils Table with her dive buddy Cathy Sachs of Dive Bequia, Tonya and Cathy will recount their dive and why Bequia offers an unusual diving experience. Cathy will also share how this island has changed her life.
Then we’ll visit Bequia’s Park Bay, home to the Old Hegg Turtle Sanctuary, where a native retired skin-diving fisherman affectionately known as “Brother King”, has spent more than a decade of his life to helping to conserve the endangered hawksbill turtle. Brother King and his helpers monitor the beaches and nests here to protect mother turtles from poachers. They also care for the baby hatchlings in the sanctuary during the turtles’ vulnerable years of life.
Many of the hatchlings are released into a protective area just south of Bequia called Tobago Cays—our next stop. Lesroy Noel is the Park Ranger for the Tobago Cays Marine Park which lies in the southern Grenadines. The area comprises of five isles bordered by a giant horseshoe reef and teems with wildlife and wild sea turtles. Few places on earth can match the unblemished natural beauty, tranquil waters and their ever-changing kaleidoscope of blues, greens and aquamarines.
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Please join me Wednesday night at 7pm EST, as I recount Sasquatch sightings in Maine dating back to 1872, along with the recent sightings, which are as recent as February of 2014.
We will also talk about the recent aggression that black bears have shown in the past few years in New Jersey, how it is possibly due to increased pressure and human population growth, and how recent Sasquatch encounters might bear the same characteristics.
As always, thank you for tuning in. This is going to be a great program!
Back with us: Author, columnist & nationally syndicated, veteran radio talk-show host Chuck Morse joins Debra on TRUTHTalk Beyond the Sound Bite to recount the remarkable story of Amin al-Husseini relative to ongoing genocide against Israeli Jews. Al-Husseini was a Palestinian Arab nationalist and Muslim leader in Mandatory Palestine. Discover how Germany’s Nazi past informs the present Middle East crisis. Also, explore al Husseini’s pivotal role, while on the Nazi payroll, in having urged European governments to transfer Jews to death camps—and his funneling Nazi loot into pro-war Arab countries.
MSOL graduate Debra Germany knows first-hand how to turn tragedy into a positive and transformative leadership opportunity, serving others around her through her unique experience. Debra is the Executive Director of Divine Intervention Ministry (DIM), a faith-based organization dedicated to restoring the lives of incarcerated adults and at-risk youth.
On July 9, 2001, her only child, Raymond, was murdered in the Hill District neighborhood of Pittsburgh. Ms. Germany says that DIM was birthed in her spirit through the death of her son. Since DIM's beginnings in 2002, Ms. Germany worked to find community solutions to crime and soothe grieving family members. In 2006, DIM changed directions to its current mission with the launch of the IMPACT (Interceding Making Positive Actions Come Together) program, focusing on restoring the lives of incarcerated adults and at-risk youth. Debra has also worked in partnership with the Pennsylvania Prison Society to develop the Building Bridges program where trained mentors are matched with pre- and post-released inmates to assist in their societal reintegration.
Recently, DIM began a partnership with Renewal, Inc. an organization that provides alternative housing and community corrections services to individuals in the criminal justice system. DIM initiated a faith-based 12 Week transitional programs that offer discipleship, practical resources and mentoring for inmates who are nearing release. Ms Germany is a licensed minister at Jesus Dwelling Place in North Braddock, PA, a former board member of the Center for Victims of Violence and Crime, and a recipient of numerous awards. Ms. Germany has inspirationally turned her personal tragedy into community transformation through servant leadership. Tune in with John Stanko as he and Debra recount her incredible journey and discuss how her MSOL experience continues to be lived out in her endeavors.
In this edition of Independence Nation, Keith Pitts, MSE tackles the issue of President Obama spending $1 trillion on nukes after campaigning for a nuclear -free world and much more. Despite campaigning on a platform that endorsed having “a nuclear-free world” in the not so distant future, United States President Barack Obama is overseeing an administration that’s aim has taken another path, the New York Times reported this week.
The Camino de Santiago (also known as The Way, Camino Francés and others) – the 500-mile path that starts just over the border of Spain in St. Jean Pied de Port, France. From there, the Camino winds through 4 of Spain’s 15 different regions.
First, travelers make the grueling trek up and over the Pyrenees Mountains, and descend into Navarra – a vibrant, green expanse of mountainous highlands and home to the famous Running of the Bulls in Pamplona. Next, they pass through La Rioja – full of rich vineyards that produce the wine for which this small region is famous. The bulk of the Camino passes through Castilla y León – in which lies a terrain that many find to be the most challenging – the Meseta. This flat, seemingly endless landscape of green and wheat colored crops is said to remove all external distraction, leaving a pilgrim with only their thoughts for company.
A rare few do the Camino in as little as 20 days, trekking close to 25 miles a day. The majority of pilgrims take between 4 and 6 weeks to walk the entire 500-mile journey. Though it is traditional to walk the Camino on foot, some elect to do it by bicycle or horse. Whatever one’s method of transportation, whichever Camino one chooses to do, and however fast one’s pace is, each of the millions who have stepped foot on the Camino feel its inexplicable magic and are forever changed by it.
Don't miss another special 'Camino' show with Christopher and his good friend, Jean Callanan, who has traveled the Camino, and will be sharing some advice on how to prepare for your Camino, some great websites, books and other valuable Camino resources! Jean will also recount some of her fondest day-to-day memories of life while on the Camino. This is the 2nd time Jean joins us for another uplifting Camino chat!
Visit Christopher at http://www.reburn.org
Active learning is hard to leave in the classroom… if compelling, learners recount and rethink what they learned long after the lesson ends. The Maker movement embraces a “hands on, minds on” approach that links the tactile nature of learning with building and knowledge. This episode of Ed Table Talk explores the structure of the maker movement and asks the pivotal question: What is the importance of providing realistic context for students to apply their knowledge and become better learners?
The Maker movement has a long history in how we teach and students learn. The movement helps to change the perception about how best to teach students and how we prepare educators to manage a rich learning environment. Anybody who used pipe cleaners and Popsicle sticks was a member of the Maker movement, so why is it that we often forego this teaching strategy as students get older?
Research shows that kids who apply what they learn create more extensive knowledge that they can then apply in a variety of contexts outside of the classroom. This especially rings true for students who tend to be more visual learners. We will discuss ways that this strategy can be applied in your offerings and how it makes students better learners in their other academic pursuits — writing, math, science, social science, and the arts.
Join host Michael Jay and guests as they discuss the popular Maker movement and its implications for preK-12 teaching and learning.
Thank You to Follett for inviting us to broadcast from their headquarters in Oakbrook, IL!
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As the title suggests, we are back and we are grinding! We will go over a few changes the show has made and also touch on some fun and exciting things the Facebook group will be implementing. If time permits, the co-hosts will recount a tale or two about horrible past dating experiences. We invite you to chime in with some stories of your own! One thing that won't change are the Man Laws and tonight's laws include:
Sucking on candy-
Minimum number of men when hanging out-
The proper name for a man's ass-
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INTRO: Grindin' ~ Lil Wayne feat. Drake
OUTRO: Grindin' ~ The Clipse
The mess that is Afghanistan just keeps getting messier. After an audit of votes due to fraudulent ballots in the recent presidential election, both candidates have withdrawn. “Both Mr. Abdullah and Mr. Ghani have claimed victory in June's poll and both have alleged widespread fraud. The two candidates had agreed to form a government of national unity but have so far failed to reach a deal,” reported BBC News. Now both are walking away from the recount process, just days before current Afghan President Karzai is due to step aside September 2nd.
BIO: Nasir Shansab was once Afghanistan’s leading industrialist before he was forced to leave the country in 1975. He has periodically returned to that country in the years since the U.S. invasion seeking better opportunities for the Afghan people.
His Book- http://www.amazon.com/Silent-Trees-A-Novel-Afghanistan/dp/0910155933/ref=sr_sp-atf_title_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1387208239&sr=8-1&keywords=Nasir+Shansab
Our Guest: A graduate from the Académie Charpentier School of Visual Art in Paris in 1999, she worked in the music industry for seven years. Disillusioned by a world driven by mass consumption, she left her work environment and found refuge in Saint-Louis, Senegal, hometown of her father. She discovered her extended family and started portraying them. Delphine then creates the Magic photo studio, homage to Malick Sidibé’s photo studio. She adds collages, drawings and colors to her photographs, to underline the emotions of her subjects and tell the whole story. In 2008, the French-Senegalese photographer moves to New York to live her artistic life, considering that Paris is not the right place for an artist to emerge. She realizes that mixing mediums of expression is a powerful way to describe the world she is trying to capture. On a trip back to Paris, she met Peter Beard and shares her first series of mixed media portraits. Impressed with her creativity and spontaneity, he offers her to collaborate for the Pirelli calendar photo shoot in Botswana. In August 2010, she travels to the Crow country. It opens her to a completely new world, a greater and new vision. She witnesses a progressive resistance among the Crow members, reviving their traditions and rituals. Delphine is amazed by their hospitality and their kindness, a very different experience from the negative image of Native Americans often broadcasted by media. Besides the spirituality and symbolism of their dances, she feels the urge to portray family reunions. The elders recount stories to the young crowd, leaving their western clothes behind to dress like real Indians. Delphine Diaw Diallo is transformed, she believes her art connects with spirits and hopes spirits will help detach humans from the material world. In 2012, Smithsonian named DelphineDiallo one of Photography’s Emerging Stars.
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