• 01:02

    Religious Schools, Religious Rules

    in Education

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    There are few experiences like attending a religious elementary school, high school or university.  Some religious institutions of "learning" are mild, moderate and relatively benign.  Others operate like puritan prisons.  And the strict (and often bizarre) rules imposed by these schools can be interesting, entertaining, and often alarming.


    This show features the experiences and stories of those raised in religious school environments.  Have something you want to share?  Email podcast@thethinkingatheist.com


     

  • 00:44

    SCHOOL PUBLIC RELATIONS N.S.P.R.A. PUBLIC SCHOOLS THAT WORK !

    in Education

    SCHOOL PUBLIC RELATIONS N.S.P.R.A.


    PUBLIC SCHOOLS THAT WORK !


     


    NSPRA Executive Director Rich Bagin is joined by  Dr. John Draper, founder of "Public Schools That Work" program.


    www.nspra.org @nspra


    Presented by SCHOOL MESSENGER


    www.schoolmessenger.com  @schoolmessenger

  • 01:24

    Church officials to face a moral dilemma.

    in Religion

    Same sex marriage...YES or NO???  This is the question that the Supreme Court will be deciding in the late Spring.  However, the Court is nnot the only organized body that has to make a decision...How about our religious institutions???  The Church, with its many denominations, Judaism and Islam, will be facing the same moral dilemma and question of conscience.  How will they handle the delicate balance after generations of preaching and sermonizing that marriage is between a man and a woman...Adam and Eve and not Adam and Steve!!!  How do you feel about this???  Te Rebellious Rev and The Doc want to know...Call us at 646-595-3275 and bring your coffeel 

  • 01:09

    The Bonafide Literary Show S3 Ep1: Diverse Authors and Books

    in Entertainment

    Literary writer Debra Shade is the first guest of a dynamic season 3 of The Bonafide Literary Show as she stimulates with an erotica reading from her book Hot Sex on a Platter, the sequel to Maybe She Is Right. On this episode of Diverse Authors and Books host, The Eroticist, La Drama Princess, Deidra Hughey chats with Columbus, OH resident Debra Shade, whose work easily slides right in and fits snugly in place in the realm of literary sexual pleasure. It is a meeting of pretty little, tempting minds this episode, which you won't want to miss as Debra Shade also discusses her many projects and her teachings of sexual exploration during Adult Recess.


    "On the run and struggling with her sex addiction, Debra does what any black woman would – she reinvents herself. Being a danger to herself was one thing, now she is a danger to others as well, meet the ladies of ‘Say You Swear Enterprise’, and find out how Debra traps them into becoming her own personal sex slaves."


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    Debra Shade on The Book Tea 


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  • 01:01

    NWP Radio—Future Ready Schools

    in Education

    NWP is a coalition partner of Future Ready, an initiative by the US Department of Education and the Alliance for Excellent Education. But what does it mean to be "Future Ready" for your site and school communities? This NWP Radio episode is meant to support sites in understanding the goals of Future Ready for districts and to hear from NWP educators across the country who are working on local, state, and national levels to craft system-wide approaches to professional learning as schools adopt new technology. Our guests include:



    Zac Chase (ConnectED Fellow, U.S. Department of Education)
    Janet Ilko (Teacher-Consultant, San Diego Area Writing Project)
    Kim Douillard (Director, San Diego Area Writing Project)
    Bud Hunt (Instructional Technologist and Teacher-Consultant, Colorado State University Writing Project)
    Joe Dillon (Instructional Technologist and Teacher-Consultant, Denver Writing Project)
    Bob Jobin (Program Associate, National Writing Project)

  • 02:59

    2015-02-23 The Need for Independent Afrikancentered Schools

    in Politics

    white female teachers are being recruited to teach young Black youth all around this country.  The impact has been absolutely devastating.  When these white females are not intentionally misdiagnosing Black children with learning disabilities, they are undermining the self-esteem of our youth and pushing them into learning-disabled situations.


    Additionally, the amerikkkan miseducation system is stripping the straightness out of our children by promoting "homosexuality" to our children as a preferable system of sexual behavior.  They are stripping the Blackness out of our children by teaching our children that slavery never happened and that our enslavement was not bad.  Additionally, they are confusing the very idea of what Blackness fundamentally is.  Lastly, they are promoting the sexually degenerate hip-hop culture to our children in order to strip any sense of pride and self-respect from them.


    In short, the whites are destroying the sanity and the promise of Black children throughout this country by warehousing them in miseducation institutions that resemble prisons more than learning institutions.  Let's talk about the need for independent Black educational institutions. 


     

  • 00:35

    Dress Dilemma on Lou Talk

    in Entertainment

    Louis- acting as hosts matt and kyle, two of the most successful people from my high school discuss happenings

  • 00:43

    INDEPENDENT SCHOOLS NAIS on DESIGNING THE REVOLUTION'

    in Education

    INDEPENDENT SCHOOLS


    NAIS on DESIGNING THE REVOLUTION'


    NAIS President John outlines  the upcoming National Conference in Boston....and the role of independent schools in American education


    Presented by LISTEN CURRENT


    @listencurrent @listencurrent.com

  • 00:30

    Kori Discusses Why We Need Diverse Books

    in Books

    Unfortunately, the founders of The Guardian Princesses weren't able to join Kori today. We'll try to get them scheduled for a future date. 


    Instead, Kori discussed the importance of diversity in book publishing. She's encouraging everyone to get on twitter using #weneeddiversebooks and explain why.


    Visit weneeddiversebooks.org for more details about their short story contest.


    If you'd like to be a guest, visit our website. We have a few openings in March.


    Remember to tune into Scribe Talk Sunday January 25th at 5:30 p.m. CDT.  We're continuing out discussion about interviewing.


    You can listen to Kori's live intrerview over on Small Business Radio Forum with Tony Wilkins, Friday, Jan. 23, 2015. Show time: 5:45 p.m. CDT


     

  • 02:01

    Targeting of Student Activists: How We Can Protest Discrimination In Schools

    in Politics

    Voice of Rebellion Radio out of Stay Bold Radio responds to the denial of Al Suarez's membership into the Student Government Association of Ybor campus Hillsborough Community College in Tampa. Al has gone to this College since 2013, and experienced discrimination for this activism. We will go over cases of where students have been suspended, maltreated or discriminated against for their activism. We suspect Dr. Robinson (who's image is shown on the show) campus president is behind the decision inspite of promises by the Dean to Al. Dr. Robinson sent security on Al for showing up to his own radio studios on campus and had him unjustly temporarily suspended for speaking out once on the air and for a College paper article. Al returned and was banned a semester from College media. He still takes part in HCC clubs and committees. Chris Jay the co host in his high school had experienced similar things. We will be accepting callers. We hope to bring awareness and show how to fight such discrimination as our tax dollars pay for these schools that violate our free speech. The program will be 2 hours starting at 8pm eastern.

  • 00:17

    Why Is Financial Education Not Taught In Schools?

    in Education

    Why Is Financial Education Not Taught In Schools?


     


    Martha Stokes CMT was recently asked what would happen if everyone had financial education about the stock market. Would the stock market crash more? Would the stock market be more volatile? Why is it that there is no formal financial education in high schools or colleges, for people who are not majoring in economics or Financial Services degrees? Why are people never taught how the stock market really works?


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