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Candice Schwager joins us today with GRADE leader Debby Valdez to tell the story of Ruby Peterson, a 93-year old woman being held against her will, falsely imprisoned and illegally chemically restrained at Silverado Senior Living, Sugarland Texas. The cause Let Ruby Go is featured on Facebook at Free Ruby from Silverado, http://www.letrubygo.com
Candice Schwager, President of ElderLaw Advocates "Let Go of Ruby!"
Candice is a 15 year civil litigation attorney and serves as President of 2 nonprofits for the disabled, Attorneys for Special Needs Children and ElderLaw Advocates her website is http//www.elderlawadvocates.org. She practices in Houston, Texas. She's an advocate and attorney and has testified before the Texas Senate on special education issues. Her journey began like many before her, when her son's School District denied him a free appropriate public education in services he required as a result of his 31/2 months premature birth at one pound and retaliated against her personally for her advocacy. Candice is a 4 time recipient of awards by the Texas State Bar for outstanding provision of legal services to low income Texans, included in the Texas Bar Pro Bono College. She has also been featured in the Houston Examiner as an inspiring woman.
Today on Community Voices we discuss the book “The Ruby Tear Catcher” with the Author Nahid Sewell. Nahid Sewell is A native of Iran, Nahid came to the US before the Islamic Revolution to attend Lehigh University.
For more information on Nahid Sewell go to: http://www.therubytearcatcher.com
Host, Interviewer, Producer: Carly Alyssa Thorne http://www.CarlyAlyssaThorne.com
For Full blog post with Links and Embed of Podcast and Video Interviews go to: http://carlyalyssathorne.com/the-ruby-tear-catcher/
Intro to Info host Mikeisha speaks to Muta' Ali, grandson of actors Ruby Dee and Ossie Davis, about his documentary, "Life Essentials with Ruby Dee." He will also discuss his grandparents' legacy and how he plans to perpetuate it.
Visit Muta' Ali's website: www.mutaali.com
Follow Muta' Ali on Twitter: www.twitter.com/mutaali
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Jawanza4Life!! – Introduces Dr. Ruby Lathon
Tune in 7:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m. est
Our special guest is Dr. Ruby Lathon a holistic health and wellness expert and advocate for plant-based nutrition.
Ruby Monday's are here!
Learn about, discover, discuss, share and connect with the LBGT community. This is an opportunity to connect with the Ruby Project, located in Janesville, Wi.
Your host - Kelley - will discuss the project, its history, and a wide variety of FAQ's and offer available resources from the Ruby Project.
Kelley will take live calls and chat messages during the program and offer her knowledge and experience to the audience.
Ruby Lane Radio interviews shop owner Jane Silvernail of Time's Treasures Railroad and Country Collectibles. She is celebrating her 13th year of business as a shop owner on Ruby Lane. She shares her love and knowledge of railroad collectibles as well as her experiences in the online marketplace. http://www.rubylane.com
Ruby Dee and Ossie Davis' grandson, Filmmaker Muta' Ali talks to host @ShellieGaines about his heartfelt documentary, based on his grandparents' Love, Life & Activism, on The Gist of Freedom www.BlackHistoryBLOG.com Special Thank you to @DashonFarad of Arise for your contribution!
The grandson of actress Ruby Dee is mourning the loss of his famous grandmother and releasing a new documentary about her extraordinary life.Compiled by The Gist of Freedom from NY1's Cheryl Wills report.
The film follows Ruby from her early childhood to her acting career when she declared that she would NEVER portray a maid or a mammy and how she was anxious to get her signature role in "A Raisin In The Sun."
The riveting documentary about Ruby Dee was released Sunday just days after her death. The film is called "Life's Essentials with Ruby Dee" and her grandson, Muta'Ali, is the director. He says he watched his grandmother pass away peacefully.
"We were all there around her bed in her room when it happened. And my mother told me that she told her as she was transitioning that everything is alright," says Muta'Ali.
"I'm hoping though that today's generation or younger than me even can get a glimpse into Ossie and Ruby that they haven't had before," says Muta'Ali.
LeAnne is honored this week to introduced you to a local teen making a big impact in our community! It is often said that we should look to the young to lead the way. Such is the case for Ruby Selvage, a remarkable eighth grader at Los Alamos Middle School! This is the month we will launch our young people back to school where if they choose to, they can make a huge difference in the hallways! Ruby continues to inspire me with her love and attention to kindness and generosity! Ruby and her friend received a Community Impact award for her research on ways to prevent bullies. They spent almost a year trying to get their message out to encourage everyone to be a frally. They were even invited to speak in front of the school board. They made a “Make a Difference, Be a Frally” video that has over 1000 unique views. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TaR-VvRv7aM
LEANNE PARSONS is a CPC, ELI-MP is a certified professional coach with a specialization in working with adoptees and their families! Her unique Heirloom Coaching Process is the missing thread in the Tapestry of Adoption! Together we can weave your story together and create a brand new family legacy of love for generations to come.... LeAnne is CEO and Founder of The Tapestry of Adoption and The Walk Your Talk Coach at Legacy Now Lived. LeAnne's specialty is empowering the adoption community to connect and embrace their stories and improve their relationships!
As a Coach, Re-united Adoptee, Mom, Warrior Wife, Stylist, Servant Leader, Radio Host, Speaker and “New Nester” LeAnne has the gift of encouraging individuality, integrity, confidence, and the desire to live a life of freedom and impact. Her passion and her experiences are changing lives one conversation at a time!
Ruby Lane celebrates its 15 year anniversary with interviews with some of our long time shop owners. Pia's Antiques opened their online shop with Ruby Lane in 1999. She discusses how her interest in antiques began, the changes in buying habits of consumers over the years, and the importance of high quality photos when selling online.
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