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  • 00:11

    Managing and Operating Through Risk - The View from the Cyberspace Symposium

    in Technology

    This year's AFCEA Cyberspace Symposium is currently being held in Colorado Springs. This year's event will bring together senior level military decision makers with industry thought leaders to discuss some of the largest cybersecurity and mission assurance challenges facing the federal government today.


    Juniper's Chris Meyers joins the podcast live from the show floor to look at the threat landscape facing agencies, the technologies they're looking to implement to protect government networks and the shift in approach towards managing risk in today's changing security landscape.

  • 01:21

    9th U.S. Spiritist Symposium

    in Spirituality

    Kardec Radio's team (Leo Vieria, Adriano Barbo, Mack Melo and Bernadete Leal) report on the 9th U.S. Spiritist Symposium by streaming interviews with the speakers, participants and youth group. Excerpts of the talks may also be broadcast. Call in LIVE for questions and comments to the host Vanessa Anseloni at 858-769-4705.

  • 02:00

    Legacy of 1804 on Haitian Creole Symposium Part 3 #LOF1804

    in Current Events


    Join host Alice Backer of www.kiskeacity.com as she plays and discusses clips from Haitian Creole Symposium 2015 which took place at Brooklyn College on October 31, 2015--- a third installment. The clips will be in Kreyòl but she will provide essential translations. Specifically, we will listen to Yves Raymond's talk about outstanding issues in the Kreyòl spelling convention of 1980.

    Panelists included Syto Cavé, Prof. Luna Gourgue, Prof. Hugues Saint-Fort and Menes Déjoie, Yves Raymond among many others.

    Themes:

    The Haitian Creole Academy, what is it?

    Theater as a teaching tool for instruction in Haitian Creole


    The forthcoming Haitian Studies Institute at Brooklyn College
     

  • Symposium on Women in Arts

    in Music

    Although this event was cancelled due to a lack of registrants, we are airing this show to discuss the reasons why we called for the Symposium on Women in the Arts. It seems that women in music do not understand the importance of unifying to address the severe marginalization of women in music in performances, music programming, and receipt of financial benefits from grants, across the nation. At www.wijsf.org, we are committed to supporting and promoting women in music, globally. We shall continue to do what we can to increase the profiles of our musical members.


     

  • 01:32

    Legacy of 1804 on Haitian Creole Symposium at Brooklyn College #lof1804

    in Current Events

    Host Alice Backer of www.kiskeacity.com plays and discusses clips from  Haitian Creole Symposium 2015 which took place at Brooklyn College on October 31, 2015. The clips will be in Kreyòl but she will provide essential translations.


    Panelists included Syto Cavé, Prof. Luna Gourgue


    Themes:


    The Haitian Creole Academy, what is it?


    Theater as a teaching tool for instruction in Haitian Creole


     


     

  • 02:16

    Saturday Symposium with Dan Wilson

    in Politics Conservative

    Join Dan, Glenn and Gary as they discuss the issues of the day! From a perspective of time and experience, "Saturday Symposium w/ Dan Wilson" weighs in with those who have "Been There and Done That". Join us to discuss Faith, Politics, Current Events and the current direction this country is facing. 


     

  • 00:35

    MISTY - Montreal International Symposium on Therapeutic Yoga

    in Health

    Helene (pronounced Heleen) Couvrette, is founder of H~OM Yoga Center/School, co-founder MISTY , contributor of inspirational articles in a local paper and mother of 4 awesome kids.


    Heleen began her journey in 1999. Her passion for yoga inspired her to share yoga with a few friends in the basement of one of whom eventually lost her battle with cancer. Heleen soon realized her love of yoga could only be surpassed by the desire to share it and the joy of seeing others benefit from it on many levels.


    In 2002 just after delivering a stillborn boy Heleen embarked on a 200hr YTT Certification Course. During 2003-2004 Heleen continued the course, began teaching yoga at the St. Lazare Community Center and best of all, gave birth to a wonderful baby girl!


    * Starting Fall 2015 Heleen will also be leading an therapeutic advanced 300hr YTT.


    H~OM Yoga Wellness Center opened its doors July 2007. Since then Heleen has been committed to providing the community with a place to find peace and healing of mind, body and spirit for souls of all ages and abilities. The response has been overwhelmingly supportive, demonstrating a common need for all to “breathe in” a space that has the energy of a warm family hearth.


    Heleen has over 4000 hours of teaching since 2004, her continued education over the years includes workshops with wonderful mentors such as Dharma Mittra, Bo Forbes, Susie Hately Ray Long, Rod Stryker, Kelly Mcgonigal, Gary Kraftsow, Leslie Kaminoff, Neil Pearson, Seane Corn, Rodney Yee, Leeann Carey, Yogi Vishvketu, Mark Whitwell among others.


    In Sept 2010, H~OM Yoga Wellness Center became a Registered Yoga School and Heleen taught her introductory 200hr YTT Program. Heleen continues to teach regular yoga classes with a therapeutic approach, offers Private Yoga Therapy and mentors a 200hr Yoga Teacher Training.

  • 01:00

    Drew Kuhn

    in Environment

    Drew Kuhn with the Missouri Accountability Project is with us to discuss the goals of MAP and provide updates on the progress being made in St. Louis to get the Army Corp of Engineers  to take over remediation of the West Lake Landfill from the EPA.


    St. Louis has been contaminated by nuclear pollution from the illegally sold and dumped Manhattan Project waste since the early 70s.  Legislation is sitting in Congress to speed up the process.  MAP has been working to get their elected officials to act quickly.

  • 00:30

    2016 Purpose Up Symposium with Andrea Merriman

    in Women

    This week, our special guest is Andrea Merriman. She is the host of the 2016 Purpose Up Symposium. She is also the mother of a DV Victim, Speaker, Trainer and Creative Harmony Coach.


    Andrea is an Empowerment Strategist that focuses on facilitating conversations that create positive actions. With over 20 years in human resources and diversity initiatives she encourages each individual to empower themselves and strive for self-actualization.


    Andrea is the developer and trainer for the Jennifer Y. Merriman H.EL.P. Program. The H.E.L.P. Program offers Hope, Empowerment strategies, Life Skills and Prevention methods to women that have survived or at risk of domestic violence.

  • 02:04

    Saturday Symposium w/ Dan Wilson

    in Politics

    Join Dan, Glenn and Gary as they discuss the issues of the day! From a perspective of time and experience, "Saturday Symposium w/ Dan Wilson" weighs in with those who have "Been There and Done That". Join us to discuss Faith, Politics, Current Events and the current direction this country is facing. Join us as we explore living history and learn from past experiences. We will take callers!

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