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Rev. Craig Roshaven, Director of Witness Ministries for the Unitarian Universalist Association, led a two-hour program as part of a 48-hour interfaith vigil in front of the Supreme Court April 24, a day before the court began hearing the case Arizona v. United States. At issue is whether Arizona and other states can become enforcers of immigration through policies such as SB 1070, the most stringent anti-illegal immigration legislation in the country when it was introduced in 2010.
Among the testimonies included in this episode is that of a man of Mexican ancestry named Genaro, whose son married an U.S. citizen but is now barred re-entry to the U.S. because he initially came to the U.S. without documentation. Genaro was part of a group of 12 from Phoenix representing Promise Arizona who traveled 43 hours to be part of this witness.
We also hear from Unitarian Universalist lay people, including Julie Erfle, a member of the UU congregation in Phoenix, whose husband, a police officer, was shot and killed by an undocumented immigrant. Julie will be one of the featured speakers at General Assembly in Phoenix.
Among the supporters who spoke during the rally were Frank Sherry of America's Voice, an immigration reform advocacy organization, and Rev. Phil Reller of the One Arizona Interfaith Leaders Coalition, who gave testimony at a Senate hearing earlier that day where Sen. Charles Schumer (D-NY) said he would push legislation to block SB 1070.
Welcome to Swish Appeal's 3rd podcast. Swish Appeal is SB Nation's women's basketball blog.
We have a great show lined up for everyone.
Our guests today our Holly Warlick, University of Tennessee Lady Volunteers Women's Head Basketball Coach, Essence Carson, of the New York Liberty, Sports Psychologist, Dr. Nicholas Gallucci; and Micahel Cooper, Head Coach of the Atlanta Dream.
Welcome to Swish Appeal's 2nd podcast. Swish Appeal is SB Nation's women's basketball blog.
We have a great show lined up for everyone.
Our guests today are Doug Feinberg, National Women's Basketball Writer for the Associated Press; and Fred Williams, Head Coach of the Tulsa Shock.
The Minnesota Timberwolves have the statistical profile of a top 10 team but they have a 500 record and would be out of the playoffs at this point in the season. Missing the playoffs could also spell trouble for their relationship with star forward Kevin Love, who can opt out after next season. SB Nation's Paul Flannery is joined by Britt Robson from the MinnPost in this episode of the Drive & Kick to talk about all things Wolves, plus lots of Kevin Garnett stories.
Welcome to Swish Appeal's first podcast. Swish Appeal is SB Nation's women's basketball blog.
We have a great show lined up for everyone.
Our guests today include Pokey Chatman, Head Coach and General Manager of the Chicago Sky; Amber Cox, Associate Commisioner of Women's Basketball in the Big East Conference; and Doug Feinberg, National Women's Basketball Writer for the Associated Press.
The topics that will be discussed include the 2014 NCAA Championship Game between UConn and Notre Dame, the upcoming WNBA draft, Magic Johnson investment group's purchase of the L.A. Sparks and much more.
Make sure you are tuned in 11:00 am Friday 6/27/14
Last show we talked about the effects of Human Trafficking and we were fortunate enough to have experts like Autunn Burris, Kathi Hardy and others to educate us on how this has spread on a National level.This problem has been the topic of conversation not only here in San Diego but nationally. Join us this Friday to discuss Bill 1388 a bill that may or may not be in the best interest of Human Trafficking. Listen to the experts who have been providing services to young women and young men who have fell victim to Human Trafficking. Educate your children on the signs when a relationship is going in the wrong direction
Do you have an opinion are you truly informed about the effects, the signs to look for in our children. There has been records that young ladies at the age of 13 have become victim and this now has become a source of income to gang involved youth and adults. Make sure you are tunned in. this Friday June 27th 11:00 am with Autumn Burris of Survivors4Solutions who is at the State Capitol as we speak being informed concerning SB 1388.
The United States Supreme Court just ruled on Arizona SB 1070, the so-called anti-immigration law, holding it is partly constitutional. Is the law anti-Hispanic racism, or is it a good idea so that Arizona and other states can protect their border? Did President Obama do the right thing by refusing to deport the children of illegal immigrants, or are we on our way to amnesty for illegal aliens?
Call in to discuss during the show and see www.prisondemocracy.com and @vlga for more information.
Wus good Fam! on this episode of Musick Monday we welcome Special Guest Memphis Rapper "Skool Boy" aka "@SB_Surfs Up" who is set to become the next big thing from the South. Skool Boy’s back-to-basics approach using thoughtful subject matter over head-banging beats have launched him into the national spotlight. As one of North Memphis’ most gifted entertainers and songwriter’s, Skool Boy’s intelligence, lovable personality and energetic positivity are what set him apart from the rest.
Hailing from Memphis, TN, Skool Boy recognized his love for music at age 14. After losing a baseball tournament, the young artist took to freestyling as a coping mechanism to release tension. It was the beginning of a new passion for creating music. Known for being wise beyond his years, with an outgoing personality to match, Skool Boy became an instant favorite among his peers. He began street event promotions for Money by Da Pound during his high school years. He later garnered the attention of Hunter Promotions. As a street team promoter for the company, Skool Boy experienced his first taste of fame, rubbing shoulders with artists like Gucci Mane, Young Jeezy, Plies, Soulja Boy, Franchise Boyz and Roscoe Dash. Hunter Promotions later helped Skool Boy release his first song titled “Ride Swerve” at age 18. Skool Boy realized this was the life he wanted to live and the only difference between him and these popular artists, was financial support and exposure.
True NBA fans know the purest basketball can only be found at the Vegas Summer League, where everyone shoots poorly and hardly anyone is paying attention. We talk to basketball fashionista Mike Prada about improving the Summer League trophies, Vegas nightlife, and why Tim Duncan should be destroying rookies for our amusement.
The Tour de France is one of the oldest and most elegant ways in which a person can nearly kill oneself for sport, and our guest Pete Holby helps us learn what makes it so appealing, whether it will ever appeal to a broader American audience, and why Lance Armstrong does not care what you think as long as he beats you.
The action that affects mmj patients the most is happening right now on the floor of the California state legislature and the 6 p.m. Monday, July 21 podcast of Marijuana Compassion and Common Sense at www.blogtalkradio.com/marijuananews takes you right into the action.
Shona Gochenaur, long time medical marijuana activist, founder of the San Francisco Medical Cannabis Taskforce and winner of the Volunteer of the Year Award from the Harvey Milk Democratic Club is the show’s first guest. She will be taking a very jaundiced and personal look at SB 1262, one of the most important and consequential bills being considered in Sacramento. Both hailed and reviled, SB 1262 will have far reaching implications and Shona will provide her interpretation on how this bill will help and hurt mmj patients.
Americans for Safe Access is without a doubt the most active mmj patients’ organization in California and perhaps the entire world. As a founder and member of the Board of Directors, Don Duncan is deeply involved in their efforts here in the state of California. As the second guest on the Monday, July 21 show, Don will provide ASA’s insights into the legislation currently under consideration in Sacramento and provide information on ASAs Citizen Lobby Day in Sacramento to take place on Monday, Aug. 4.
A van trip is being organized that will take up to 15 patients from the Inland Empire to Sacramento to join ASA members and hundreds of other supporters to lobby their legislators on bills that will affect mmj patients. Learn from Don what is happening and how you can attend this important event.
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