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All Children's Hospital is welcoming it's very first class of Physician Residents to our main campus in St. Petersburg, Florida this week! Listen to our next show and learn about how our world class children's hospital successfully launched our very own Residency Program as part of Johns Hopkins Medicine!
We'll be joined by Raquel Hernandez, M.D. (@whatupdoc99) who is one of the leaders of our program, and a driving force behind our success. Learn about her journey at Johns Hopkins in Baltimore...how she transitioned to All Children's Hospital...and the exciting changes that are happening right now!
The Skit: "Communal Work for the Residents on Earth"depicts the urgent need to clean up our residential planet called earth. Despite its need to clean up, many of us are indifferent to the communal clean up work because of our over-focus on cultural activities and do not care about the issues leading to life or death situations. Even though Niger Delter is said to cause global scale green house effects and climate change, still no clean up is done. You can read the script here.
Sarah Whitten……Clean Up Woman, Narrator and Show Director
Victoria Adelegan……Yoruba Woman
Kabukabu Ikueme........British Woman
Hideko Nagashima........Japanese Woman and Script
Global Eco Theatre is brought by SWACIN Inc. Our radio shows are designed to convey difficult-to-understand problems in Nigeria such as witch-craft, corruption, lack of safety and the worst petroleum pollution in Africa to the International community in an aesthetic form so that people around the world can join solving the problems. The regions contributes major cause of global warming and climate change.
Today the NAACP will meet with the angry residents of Ferguson, MO. This community is in rage after a Ferguson police officer shot Michael Brown, an unarmed teen. After a peaceful rally lastnight riot broke out and several businesses were looted and a Quiktrip convenient store was also burned.
Join Apostle Natalie Young hosting RHL Ministry Radio's weekly broadcast "THE POWER OF PERSUASION " with the RESIDENTS of TYMBERSKAN CONDO COMMINITY. They will tell us their testimonies about the cuuent housing isues and what they must do to survive, when dispalcement will futher darken the lives of the community.
The apostle and his brethren used every argument and persuasion, to lead men to believe in the Lord Jesus, and to act as his disciples. Their zeal and diligence were for the glory of God and the good of the church. ~2 Corinthians 5:12~
When 32 year old anti violence activist Lenore Draper was shot to death while sitting in her car in front of her home in the peaceful Chicago community known as Maple Park, residents became outraged enough to form a citywide coalition of all the antiviolence organizations and comb the neighborhood, going house to house, block by block to find the killer. This was not a neiborhood known for drive by shootings and residents of Maple Park are determined that it not turn into one. At a community rally, residents pledged to "do something!" The question is, what? Two anti violent activists, Toni D. Meekey-Stith, a resident of Maple Park, and Jocelyn Delle Adams, a close friend of Mrs. Draper, questions about the out of control gun violence and discuss what can be done to restore the peace
Kate Massot from VOYCE talks about the services they offer to residents of skilled nursing facilities and to caregivers who are looking for specific situations in senior housing.
Kate Massot joined VOYCE in January of 2013 as Regional Ombudsman Coordinator for Northeast Missouri and St. Louis City. In this role, she is responsible for promoting the highest quality of care for residents of long-term care and overseeing the volunteer ombudsmen who visit facilities in those regions.
VOYCE 8702 Manchester Road, St. Louis, MO 63144 314-918-8222 toll free 866-918-8222 email: firstname.lastname@example.org www.voycestl.org
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Join Ronald A. Edwards and Don Allen for another episode of The Ron and Don Show. This week both hosts will talk about the killing in Minneapolis as well as what's happening in Ferguson, MO. Tune in at 8:30 p.m. to hear the best in Black Talk Radio on #BlogTalkRadio.
It is unlikely the town of Ferguson, Missouri will change in our lifetimes. The mainstream media has portrayed Ferguson, Missouri as a town of rioter’s and looter dismissing the fact the town of 21,203 (2010 census) is in a crisis. In a report from ArchCity Defenders — a legal group that “works to break the cycle of ‘revolving door justice’ in the St. Louis metropolitan area” — reveals that in 2013, “the Ferguson Municipal Court disposed 24,532 warrants and 12,018 cases, or about 3 warrants and 1.5 cases per household.” In Ferguson, the “majority (67%) of [the city's 21,203] residents are African-American” and “22% of residents live below the poverty level.” Despite Ferguson’s relative poverty, fines and court fees comprise the second largest source of revenue for the city, a total of $2,635,400 [...] According to a court employee, the docket for an average court session may include as many as 1,500 cases. Assuming an 80% conviction rate, the average fine in a case resulting in a guilty verdict would be $275.The local carnage happening over the last month and a half is a direct representation of what being poor, black and broke looks like in a town with no opportunities to rise beyond the mundane.
Hands Up Don't Shoot is Ferguson's call to Justice. Justice for Mike Brown. Justice in the courts now and hereafter. Judicial, economic, and social justice is being attacked daily in communities like Ferguson all acorss America. It is the community of Ferguson that have stood up, with hands up and made their mark as the thumbprint of what an America of equality should look like. Ferguson asks for Justice in the courts, Justice in employment opportunities, pay, benefits, and social justice with adequate representation in community services like policing, boards, legislators. Social equality must be reflected in schools, housing, medical institutions, roads and grant and loan opportunities from community banking to grow community businesses.
Ferguson residents who critized the non arrest of the shooter has been treated as terrorists. Ferguson residents who supports the shooter has been treated as all American citizens should be treated. Police departments from several areas participated in a practice exercise on use of warfare equipment against those who object to a live being taken with no arrest. The draw down on American citizens was absolutely unnecessary. It was extreme, war like, and I have not doubt that community will need therapy for years to come. Those actions have been internalized and will show up in the daily lives of the community of Ferguson if not across America. America must take this hands up symbol as a surrender to completely repair what ails this country. The remnants of slavery that has embedded itself socially, economically and in the judicial system
Join us Monday, August 25, 2014 at 11:00 p.m. Eastern for a special edition of Patriot Coalition Live: Ferguson Under Siege (Part II)
Last week Patriot Coalition general counsel Richard D. Fry, and Dan Johnson, founder of our partners at PANDA (People Against the NDAA) were in Ferguson, Missouri, gathering intel regarding the militarization of state and local police, meeting with the people of Ferguson, etc...
Tonight's show will include an update on Ferguson, including a discussion with residents of Ferguson that Dan and Richard met with while in Ferguson.
Watch the archived interviews that PANDA's Dan Johnson conducted with Ferguson residents at: http://www.ustream.tv/channel/feelinsofly
On this episode of Discover Janesville with Yuri Rashkin:
Janesville City Manager Mark Freitag is back to talk about the latest news in the city and to share his opinions on the latest developments in Russia and Eastern Ukraine as a retired Colonel in the US Army.
Rock County Supervisor Jason Dowd stopped in to talk about the latest in the County, including the advisory referendums that will be placed on the November ballot, and why those issues are important and relevant to Rock County residents.
State Representative Andy Jorgensen called the show to give listeners the latest updates from the Capitol, his vision of a task force to address the state's roads problems, and the issues that will be important to the voters in November elections.
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The “featured” BlogTalkRadio program “Westchester On the Level with Narog and Aris” opens the Wednesday, August 27, 2014th broadcast day at 10:00 a.m. EDT with Dr. Oren Levin-Waldman, professor of public policy in the School for Public Affairs at Metropolitan College of New York. Prof. Levin-Waldman has shared his latest dissertation: PUBLIC POLICY: A Strategic Political Argument for the Minimum Wage By Prof. OREN LEVIN-WALDMAN.
At 11:00 a.m. Rising Media Group Editor Dan Murphy, Wednesday co-host with Yonkers Tribune Editor Hezi Aris speak to hyperlocal news stories and events and their impact on differing municipalities in Westchester County and /or the political contests that are on the verge of consuming residents with respect to those who stand before the voters earnestly vying to convince the constituents to return them to or gain them elected office.
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