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The Prisoner's Perspective with Roosevelt Saunders AKA Original Man & O
REAL TALK based on US Sentencing Commission DRUGS MINUS 2 & RETROACTIVITY
Emailing, texting, tweeting and other forms of written communication are often very informal and include lingo and spellings that won't work well for college communication. This broadcast with Professor Rhonda Ragsdale provides great tips for students for successfully emailing instructors and other college professionals.
Today we are going to look at Cancer Nutrition Guidelines – Literally Thinking Outside The Box! You hear of me often speak of TAFYH Taking Action For Yourself. Today is a sample lesson from that program.
Healthy living is more than eating and exercising; it requires a permanent lifestyle change. ... Today we continue to learn more on how to evaluate where one’s health is at and then find out how to implement lifestyle changes so that the body can do what it naturally wants to do and that is to be HEALTHY! Thank you for TAKING action for your Health because HEALTH IS WEALTH AND IT IS ALL ABOUT NFORMATION AND TRANSFORMATION. www.takingactionforyourhealth.com To download this article visit: http://www.naturalhealthcommunity.org/cancer-nutrition-guidelines-think-outside-the-box/15468/
Be sure to request your free BSQ Body system questionnaire at firstname.lastname@example.org and get your free evaluation on what your health may be indicating. For fact sheets with more information on the products discussed go to www.mysp.com/kathydeane and view my web site at www.naturalhealthcommunity.org/kathydeane. A reminder this program is for Educational purposes. Always consult with a qualified practitioner before embarking on any program. UNTIL NEXT TIME remember HEALTH IS WEALTH!
Walt Fitzpatrick was sentenced today in Athens, TN following his conviction for aggrevated perjury and extortion, We will have a same day report from none other that Foggy. Join us at 9 PM ET/ 6 PM PT. Call 1-347-324-5546 with questions or comments.
You may be surprised to learn, snacks are the fastest growing food category? 90% of people snack at least once a day. 60% or more snack 2 and even 3 times a day. Snacks have become mini-meals. Challenge: which are the Smart Snacks we should be grabbing as we race through the grocery store? What ones should we be sending with our kids to school? Which are the best for balanced energy and focus renewal? Which provide the best source of calories our mind and body will use efficiently, thereby avoiding unhealthy weight gain? What are the best Smart Snack food choices? Our guest, Maggie Jones Patton, founder of Bitsy’s Brainfood, has devoted her career to providing Smart Snacks for kids, ones adults love, too! Together with co-host Carolina Jantac, RD (Kid Kritics Approved), we will give you a list of snacks both your children and you will love, ones you will know will nourish your mental and physical needs throughout your family’s busy days!
On May 27th Hector Xavier Monsegur aka infamous hacker turned federal informant "Sabu" was finally sentenced in the Southern District of New York after over 9000 sentencing delays. Tonight Vince is joined by several guests to discuss the sentencing and the impact Sabu had on the hactivism scene. Lines will be open for you to call in and voice your opinion on Sabu and his sentencing.
Tune in for Part II of the American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO) survivorship guidelines as we delve deeper into fall-out and future implications. Kathy LaTour hit upon the new evidence-based guidelines inside CURE Magazine. Last Monday's episode scratched the surface on how patients and physicians have dealt with chronic issues resulting from cancer treatment.
As a returning guest, Molly MacDonald provided our listeners with the latest milestones and partnerships of her non-profit, The Pink Fund. While she considered her cancer to be a "mild" case, her story of basic needs being threatened for herself and her five children was absolutely riveting. Tragedy turned triumph inspired a mission of providing a financial bridge for the women and men fighting for their lives during breast cancer treatment. Finances have a direct impact on the issues ASCO outlined.
Survivor and participant at the recent OMG! Stupid Cancer Summit, Diana DeVoe, also joined the discussion. For more than 20 years of survivorship she suffered with neuropathy, fatigue, depression, and anxiety ... and denial. She gave listeners an inside view of why the new guidelines may serve as a beacon of hope.
This week, the ASCO discussion continues on a much deeper level. Tune in to hear what it will take to achieve understanding and ultimate quality of care.
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Tonight's special guest is Larissa Clark from Houston, Texas, a returning NAASCA family member. Just 21 when she first joined us, Larissa was perhaps NAASCA's youngest family member and volunteer. We're delighted to give her this platform to re-introduce herself to our followers. Her abuser was her stepfather of 8 years, and started when she was 7 years old while the family was residing in Atlanta, GA. It continued after the family moved to Denver, CO. Larissa's nanny played a central role in recognizing the intervention she so desperately needed, identifying and interceding between the teenager and her perpetrator, who was caught when she was 14 years old. As Larissa explains, "My nanny helped me reach out to the law when the time was right, which allowed me to be able to put my stepfather in prison for life." She goes on to report, "I'm really blessed how the whole judicial system treated my family and me, all through the time of the arrest to the sentencing. They provided direct phone lines to get a hold of the DA or investigator." They also supplied a list of psychologist referrals to see, which jump-started her healing process. NAASCA's proud of Larissa's commitment to using her experiences to help other young people avoid, deal with, or recover from child abuse. "I am going to Denver in a couple of days to speak on behalf of Sungate kids organization," she says. "I plan to reach out to middle schools and high schools about abuse awareness in the near future." We are delighted to have Ms Clark lead our NAASCA efforts to reach out to this community, and plan to work with her to develop programs specifically designed to help both at-risk kids and young adult survivors of child abuse.
The situation is complicated for our teams in Liberia. One hundred and nine people have already died from the virus in Monrovia. One of our colleagues lives in a neighborhood placed under quarantine after a case was detected a few streets from his home. The police have set up controls to prevent unauthorized people from entering or leaving the neighborhood, and patrols warn residents to stay indoors. Distributions are being organized to supply people with food. According to guidelines issued by the authorities, these measures will remain in force for about 20 days.
African Americans represent the strongest church attendance and affiliation amongst all ethnicities in the United States. According to the Pew Forum 2007 survey, people of black ethnicity were most likely to be part of a formal religion, with 85% being Christians. However, according to the Barna Research Group, a Christian research firm based in Ventura, Calif., more than 90% of American men believe in God, and 5 out of 6 call themselves Christian. But only 2 out of 6 attend church on any given Sunday. This means that in America, 60% of church attendees are women.
Black women overwhelming outnumber black men in regular church attendance. While black men may believe in God, in most cases it ends with belief. If single black women are attending church regularly and following the guidelines that the church has put in place and the black men are not, what does this say about the future of the black family? Our focus is to open our doors, arms and hearts to understand the complex sociological and psychological factors that prohibit African American men from being consistent churchgoers, better fathers, less abusive spouses and better members of society.
Is there a racial divide when it comes to black men and law enforcment? Why so many shooting involving unarmed black men? Do white police officer fear black people in general? What diversity training do they receive and how effective is that training? Are there too many preceived notations when white officers stop men of color?Why are there disparities in the criminal justice system when the same offense is committed, but the sentencing is stiffer for black men than white? Is our system of justice broken?
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This show is for those who love their consensual non-monogamous life for those who want to liv the best consensual non-monogamous lives that they can.
Makes rules for a consensual non-monogamous relationship must start with the imagination. We have to imagine what we want in our relationships, but we also have to imagine what we might not be ready to see or have happen in our relationships. Additionally, we have to imagine that life will change, so we may even have to project how we might go about changing our rules or guidelines.
Let us imagine together how to have the best non-monogamous relationships that we can possible have.
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