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The achievement gap between U.S. students and those in other nation and among different groups of students in the United States is a significant long-term drag on the economy, according to a national research group’s study that seeks to quantify that impact.
Join Us as we welcome our special guest star Director of Happily Natural Day & Harding Street Urban Agriculture Center ...our brother putting in the foot work Duron Chavis. Brother Duron will be building on how and why we should grow our own money by usage of micro-farming......what is micro-farming? That and more will be shared during this show.....
Revitalizing the Hood with Urban Agriculture: http://bit.ly/1rapTxw
“No pedagogy which is truly liberating can remain distant from the oppressed by treating them as unfortunates and by presenting for their emulation models from among the oppressors. The oppressed must be their own example in the struggle for their redemption.” ? Paulo Freire, Pedagogy of the Oppressed
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Join Holly Stephey as she talks to Ben Usen of the USA KeepCup Division . You think you know about Coffee? Think again .. After talking with Ben , I learned so much more and have a better understanding about Coffee and how important it is to our environment and the way we process Coffee. The KeepCup is a Brilliant creation to help further a way for us to really GO GREEN and help the planet while being able to enjoy the yummy Coffee creations in a Reusable cup that you create yourself on the KeepCup website
Motivated by the amount of disposable cups thrown away in their cafes everyday, brother and sister, Abigail Forsyth and Jamie Forsyth created the KeepCup to create a more sustainable environment.
The KeepCup is designed, tooled and made in Melbourne - Australia's coffee capital - and is the world's first barista standard reusable take away coffee cup.
Since launch in 2009 the KeepCup has been purchased by business and government to help deliver their policies, and individuals wanting to make their own personal difference (and enjoy a great coffee or tea while they're at it).
So if you love a coffee, you'll love the KeepCup. And you'll be helping out the environment at the same time.Through our own actions we inspire others to be the change they wish to see in the world. Find better ways to enjoy the things you love.http://www.keepcup.com
A new show comes to the Coffee Party USA Radio Network joining Lunch with Louden one Thursday every month. "The Conscious Bridge". In this episode, host Mark Gilbert talks with Nik Sekhran of the United Nations Development Program (UNDP) about the Sustainable Development Goals. Through this discussion, find out what these goals are, how they were developed and why they matter to each and every one of us. In addition, you will hear a number of ideas as to how you can support the success of the goals through a number of actions in your own life. Listen, be informed and then help make this a better world for all. So please welcome Mark to Lunch with Louden Thursday 12:00 Noon Pacific/3:00 PM Eastern on Coffee Party USA Radio.
In the program, you will hear a number of websites referenced. Here are links to the sites discussed:
Conscious Bridge website: www.consciousbridge.com
United Nations Sustainable Development Goals: http://www.un.org/sustainabledevelopment/sustainable-development-goals/
9 Page Introductory PDF Fact Sheet on the SDGs: http://www.un.org/sustainabledevelopment/wp-content/uploads/2015/08/Factsheet_Summit.pdf
Simple introductory video on the SDGs: https://vimeo.com/137728737
Credits: Theme Song "Celebration" - Music: http://www.purple-planet.com
Today on "It's My House" we are honored to have as a guest "Garry Tibbo". Garry will be speaking to us about SUSTAINABLE LIVING.101. Garry has a DVD set titled: "Free Living 101" of which you can visit his website and order a copy.
Garry has much information to offer on how to feed your family (and friendds) on the super cheap, how everything (or almost everything you need) is within a 1 sq. mile radius of where you live.
Visit our website: www.itsmyhouseonline.com
Call "It's My House Radio" @ 712-432-8863.
"Trusting Black Women: Building Sustainable Respect"
Loretta J. Ross, Co-founder and the National Coordinator of the SisterSong Women of Color Reproductive Justice Collective from 2005-2012.
She has been Creating a Voice for Reproductive and Black WoMENT JUSTICE over 30 years
"The concept of Reproductive Justice began to take shape when members of a women of color delegation returned from the 1994 International Conference on Population and Development in Cairo, Egypt. Shortly after, a group of African American women caucused at the Illinois Pro-Choice Alliance Conference in Chicago. The group became known as Women of African Descent for Reproductive Justice. They decided to devise a strategy to challenge the proposed healthcare reform campaign by the Clinton Administration that did not include guaranteeing access to abortion. Not wanting to use the language of 'choice' because they represented communities with few real choices, they integrated the concepts of reproductive rights, social justice and human rights to launch the term 'Reproductive Justice.'
BLACK WOMEN and Accessibility to Choose
- Reproductive Scheduling
- Access to affordable and health care
- Domestic and Intimate Partner Violence
- The Right to say YES and NO
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Guests: Dr. Ridgley A. Mu’min Muhammad, National Student Minister of Agriculture for the Nation of Islam, also Victor C. Muhammad & Sheila X, A University Student in the field of Agriculture
Segment One: “The 10.10.15 Report” with Bro. Jamil Muhammad
Segment Two: Global Peeks discusses the call of the Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan for 1,000 Farmers and the need to acquire land to control your own food source and economics. Recently Minister Farrakhan said in an interview that the police killing of Black people is “punk stuff” compared to what the enemy is doing through the food. WE MUST TAKE CONTROL OF OUR LIVES & SUSTAIN LIFE.
“Anyone who is alive wants to have health and well being. The only way to have it is to have some of this earth that we can call our own and then go back to the earth and grow our own food, produce our own soil and give ourselves a chance to live the kind of life The Creator desires for us to live.”
–Hon. Minister Louis Farrakhan
WE MUST HAVE SOME OF THIS EARTH TO CALL OUR OWN!
Support the National Efforts for a viable future for you & your families @ www.economicblueprint.org
Support & sign on to 10.10.15 & the Demand for Justice… or Else! @ www.justiceorelse.com
What does it mean to have government control on the United States econony with the UN idea of UN Sustainable development on Economics all about?
Everyone just happens to know that UN Sustainable development on Economics meaning is called government contol of all industry and development is Communism, for if you happen to recall in the first episode whereby I happen to expose just what UN Sustainable development does mean and gave you parts in history whereby this took place and did fail in past history.
70 BC the Roman Empire failed, 600 AD the Islamic Muslim Church, the begininng to todate the Roman Catholic Curch even as of today, 1917 The Soviet Union, 1948 North Korea, 1949 China, 1960 Cuba, 1975 Veitnam, the UN in 1945 You see everyone that is listed here are all communist nations or a communist style of religion teaching and a communist type of permossion by the religous group that has it leaders as a communist dictaor in charge of those groups. The Pope himself does love and wants to see these ideas so that he can declare himself as the head and religous leader of the one world religion that he the Pope would like to set up.
There are 8 goals to be trageted
No more capitalism meaning the governemnt will set every wage, and the amount of spending a person can do. Meaning taxes must go up to support governemnt control of private business and industry. Higher taxes in the United States even the poor must pay more taxes in order to support UN Economic growth.
environments for all in a global economy based on Global Warming and the environment for all industies
This week on Franchise Today the topic is culture and who better to discuss with co-hosts Stan Friedman and Paul Segreto than someone from a franchise organization that lives and breathes culture and everything that are key components to culture. This week's guest fits the bill perfectly and from an organization, The Dwyer Group that epitomizes the right culture in franchising. A returning guest to Franchise Today is Mark Liston, President of Glass Doctor, a brand of The Dwyer Group. In franchising since 1981, Mark has been very involved with the International Franchise Association in a variety of roles and is currently on the Board of Governors for the Certified Franchise Executive Board, having served as Chairman of that Board for two years. He is also on the Educational Foundations Board of Trustees. Previously he served the VetFran and Marketing and PR Committees.
Franchise Today airs LIVE every Wednesday at 11AM CT / 12PM ET. Each show is available on-demand on iTunes. Franchise Today is also on Facebook at www.Facebook.com/FranchiseToday.
In today's uncertainty concerning nutrition, GMO's and other harmful factors, many unseen, it is becoming necessary to learn the secrets of sustainability. Even if you live in an apartment, townhouse or own a little area of land, there are things everyone can do to prepare. Understanding some of the best ways to prepare for sustainable living can serve to be invaluable.
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