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Their have been many scholars Discusing the Problem in the Poorest Communities including Mr Al Sharpton, Rev Jesse Jackson, Ms Lioa Morris, Mr John L. Brown and many others...The talk show brings more...We are bringing people on the front line to discuss and offer solutions to the problems..The talk show gives the opputunity to those will never get a chance to get heard. Join us on Sunday with our special guess Mr Alton Thomas..3pm PST, 5pm CST, 6pm EST...Call in # 607-203-5336
Discussing how we can better serve the communities...Sharing Ideas and talking about the problems in the communities and how to combat the problem...Hopefully the people that listen to the show and those that join in can gain information to start helping helping and to bring back information to others...We can make the world a better place to live if we all join in...
Tune in to Streetgroomers tonight with Brothas Haroon and Dolla Phil outta Atlanta & Brotha Tron outta Chicago!
Tonight the Brothas will be speaking on Building Unity to Restore Our Communities! How do we begin to bring our communities back to the days of old when we 'had each other's back'? Where is the love and loyalty that it takes to keep the village? Call in and share your thoughts!
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Join me for an in depth cultural conversation with Dr. Nicholas Hartlep, author of The Assault on Commuities of Color and Model Minority Stereotype: Demystifying Asian American Success. We will explore the realities of race-based violence in communities of color. What are some of the present day drivers to the violence we are witnessing? What has been the historical past in engagement with communities of color. The Asian-American student population supposedly scores off-the-charts on high-stakes college admission tests, such as the SAT. Public perception of Asian-American success is evidenced in the phrase “the Asian invasion” — the notion that Asian-Americans are overrepresented on college campuses. Dr. Hartlep sheds light on percieved myths and stereotypes through his groundbreaking research.
Dr. Hartlep is an assistant professor of educational foundations and is author of the books, The Model Minority Stereotype: Demystifying Success (2013, Information Age Publishing) and The Model Minority Stereotype Reader: Critical and Challenging Readings For the 21st Century (Cognella Publishing, 2013) and an author of The Assault on Communities of Color: Exploring the Realities of Race-Based Violence (Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, 2015)He can be followed on Twitter @nhartlep
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Come and join us for a fabulous conversation on creating Dementia Communities. Kathy Broggy will be our guest and has been the lead on developing the Purple Cities Alliance in Texas. Check out all they are doing! www.purplecities.org Contact kathy by Email Phone: 865 219-6968
Alzheimer's Speaks Radio is proud to raise all voices regarding dementia. If you have an opinion we would love to hear it. Call in and join the conversation or use your chat box to communicate with us. If you think you should be a guest contact Lori La Bey.
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David A. Weiss became President and CEO of Global Communities in 2010, having previously been a member of its Board since 2004 and Chairman of the Board from 2008-2010. Prior to joining Global Communities, Mr. Weiss was Senior Policy Advisor at the global law firm DLA Piper for 13 years, advising on international trade and foreign policy matters.
Mr. Weiss spent 18 years with the Federal Government in the following roles: Special Assistant to the Director of the Peace Corps; member of the US Foreign Service; Economic Officer in Haiti; Staff Aide to the Secretary of State; Senior Special Assistant to the Deputy Secretary of State; Assistant US Trade Representative for North American Affairs in charge of NAFTA; and other senior positions in the Office of the US Trade Representative. Weiss received the US Department of State’s Superior Honor Award. He has a B.A. from Hamilton College and an M.S.F.S. from Georgetown University.
David Weiss is a member of the Board of Directors of InterAction, the largest alliance of US-based NGOs, and is on the Board of Advisors of New Perimeter, DLA Piper'sGlobal Pro Bono Initiative.
Thursday night June 4th at 10:30pm est/ 7:30pm pst Nite Talks with Sasha will have a show dealing with mental illness in our neighborhoods. Why is there such a stigma with blacks when it comes to mental illness? Why does mental illness go unchecked with our people? We will also ask are people of color more susceptible too mental illness than our white counterparts? Does the stresses of being people of color in America play a role in the stressors that cause depression? Join us Thursday evening as we have a very frank and open discussion about mental illness in black communities. Call in at (215)383-3929 too hear the show LIVE or too share your thoughts and opinions!! Log on at www.blogtalkradio.com/nitetalkswithsasha to hear the show on your PC,Tablet, or phone.
219 GreenConnect host Kathy Sipple speaks with Raphael Sbarge. Sbarge stars on TNT’s hit series Murder in the First and recurs on ABC’s Once Upon a Time. He has also directed and produced a documentary about climate change, Is There Hope for Planet Earth.
In the little free time that Sbarge has, he founded Green Wish, a nonprofit that helps local green organizations fund projects for their communities. Green Wish currently has chapters in Los Angeles; Lawrence, Kan.; St. Louis; Kansas City, Mo.; and Denver. Chapters are in the works in other cities, including Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. On why he founded Green Wish:
“After the birth of my daughter, I was struck by how strong and good I suddenly felt as a father. But I asked myself: What can I do and how can I contribute in any small way to leave the world a little better than when I found it, for Gracie?” – Raphael Sbarge, Huffington Post
See more info at www.greenwish.com
When a youngster, consumed by hatred, harboring feelings of apartheid, blows a fuse and massacres nine innocent people in a house of worship in Charleston, what does this say about the inner state of our minds? I’ve lived in both South Carolina for several years, gave a seminar in Charleston, and of course grew up in South Africa during the unstable era of apartheid. The question is: Can we overcome the most overwhelming negative forces that live within each of us and can manifest as hatred? Yes we can overcome, because we have the power within us to experience inner peace. More important, our state of inner peace can spread and change the state of energy around us. We can heal our families, our communities, our nations and our world. Ready?
Bryan Krut, Owner of Open Water Swim and professional coach, helped Hilary learn how to swim as part of her triathlon training. He will be discussing the helpful swimming techniques he shared with Hilary. Bryan and his wife Sandra will also discuss the fourth annual Fire Island Ocean Charity Swim Competition, happening in July. Interested in participating in the swim competition or quickening your swimming pace for future triathlons? Check out this episode.
Tune in to The Little Flower Literacy and Economics Radio Show, hosted by Dr. Florita Bell Griffin and Leon Gatewood. The show, which is part of Florita Bell Griffin's Little Flower International Cultural Art Project, can be heard on Thursday Mornings at www.littleflowerartist.com from 10:30-11:00 AM (CDT) and 11:30-12:00 (EST). It addresses the connection between illiteracy, economics and communities.
Dr. Griffin, a Houston, Texas author, creative director, urban planner and urban and regional scientist, is concerned with analytical approaches to problems that are specifically urban, rural and regional in nature. Functional illiteracy in youth, and its link to the economic stability of communities is an urban, rural and regional problem that deeply concerns her. She believes that improving literacy is the way forward for communities who want to boost their local economy, and that investing in creative literacy vehicles today is necessary for building a solid and secure future tomorrow.
Leon Gatewood, is the co-founder and CEO of Helping Our Loved Ones Learn And Achieve! HOLLA!, a non-profit Community Development Corporation in Morven, North Carolina. Since formally organizing in 2011, HOLLA! has caused over a half million dollars to be injected into the Morven Community, which using the Economic Multiplier Effect equates to approximately two million dollars since 2011.
The Little Flower Literacy and Economics Show is an affiliate of The Marketing Pulpit International.
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