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Join Dr. Culbreth and guest, Dr. Shandra Terrell-Williams for Grant Writing in a Nutshell and listen as Dr. Culbreth talks about A Reality Check in Baltimore: Indeed It Takes A Village.
Grant Writing in a Nutshell with Guest, Dr. Shandra Terrell-Williams, Executive Consultant and Grant Writing Expert. Learn about Dr. Terrell-Williams’ affordable course on Grant Writing and her LinkedIn group Emerging Grant Writers.
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The Reality of Baltimore: Indeed It Takes A Village
Indeed It Takes A Village
The Problems and the People
The City, Community and the Clergy
Less Talk More Action
The Change Needed
On Monday, February 23, 2015, at 10:00am ET, we conclude our 6 week series on "The State of Black America: 50 Years after the 1965 Voting Rights Act."
This episode of NCEBCTalkRadio features special guest Larry Humes and Ron Jackson are the coordinators of Reclaiming the Village (RTV). RTV is a program of the (Indiana) Health & Hospital Corporation of Marion County (HHC) External Affairs Department that prides itself on helping young males transition from adolescence to adulthood. The program provides young males with the knowledge, skills and opportunities to grow through weekly activities based on the seven life principles. Program coordinators Larry Humes and Ron Jackson conduct the Reclaiming the Village program in numerous sites throughout Marion County. The Reclaiming the Village program is under the direction of Gregory W. Porter, Vice President of External Affairs, HHC.
Join show host Mr. Kamau Jywanza for this exciting broadcast.
NCEBC will host this conversation with an "Open Mic" approach. We want to hear the voices of our emerging new leadership.....Voices of The Next Millennium. Education, Social Justice, Mass Incarcerations, Health Care, Voting Rights and Labor are topics to be explored. We invite our entire listening audience to participate in the conversation on Twitter, Facebook, text, phone call and email.
Kurt Wahlen Village Administrator of Mount Pleasant has asked for the chance to come on this show to talk of the Village's side of the issue.
He has also asked this reporter to ask him qustions on this subject. I hope we have the time to do so or be able to bring him back on.
You have until Friday, May 8, to enter to win the books featured on this episode of the Literary New England Radio Show, where we feature:
Aline Ohanesian on Orhan's Inheritance, a novel that shifts between the last years of the Ottoman Empire and 1990s Los Angeles. It tells the story a young Turkish man who leaves his family's small village, to travel to the US, to discover why his recently deceased grandfather bequeathed the family home to a woman his family has never heard of--a woman who lives in a facility for elderly Aremians. It's a novel that brings a neglected time in Turkish history to life, spanning decades, honoring the resilience of the human spirit and illustrating the depth of love.
Patricia Park on Re: Jane, a Korean-American retelling of Jane Eyre by Charlotte Brontë, set in Manhattan and Seoul. Its protagonist, Jane, is a an orphan trying to escape from Flushing, NY, where she works in her strict uncle’s grocery store before becoming the au pair, beginning an affair with the father of the children she cares for and then fleeing to Seoul. There, she reconnects with family and works to accept who she really is.
Kirstin Valdez Quade on her short story collection Night at the Fiestas. Set in northern New Mexico, the 10 stories plunge into the fierce, troubled hearts of characters defined by the desire to escape the past or else plumb into its depths: A deadbeat father of a pregnant teen who tries to transform his life by playing the role of Jesus; a young man who discovers that his estranged father and a boa constrictor have been squatting in his grandmother’s empty house; a lonely retiree who becomes obsessed with her housekeeper; and others.
Hosted by Cindy Wolfe Boynton. Visit the Literary New England blog for added book giveaways, author talk, articles and more!
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Author Hitomi Kemper
In 1962, Hitomi was born in a small village named Oozato in the city of Okinawa, Japan. She played basketball in middle school and was very active as a student. Despite her parents’ separation, she was accomplished in academics. She enrolled in Koza high school. Struggling to pay for tuition, she worked. After she graduated from the Koza high school, she attended Kokusai Kankou Gakuen. She learned English. She met her Husband, Kenneth, in 1982. They went back to the States where she gave birth to Kenny. Two years later, the couple moved back to Okinawa. Kenneth was an Air Force Sergeant and was stationed at Kadena Air Force base for four years. She gave birth to Lynn during this time. After the four years of duty, the family moved back to the States where she gave birth to Joshua. She has been a mother of three children, and supported the family. While she was raising three children, she observed society, community, environment and humanity. Hitomi learned English as a second language at Yuba Community College in California. She became interested in English literature. She now enjoys writing and painting. She is currently acquiring an AA degree in Accounting at Ashworth College. Hitomi worked as a Certified Nursing Assistant for the Sunrise Senior Living home in Arizona. Later she was promoted to work for the Renaissance Rehabilitation Center in Arizona.
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