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The Total Tutor Neil Haley and Coach Karen Hall will interview Chuck Cooper, Jr. Will Discuss His Legendary Father And His Foundation.
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The Chuck Cooper Foundation is a 501 (c) 3 non-profit dedicated to honoring the legacy of Chuck Cooper by helping further the education of our young people. The mission of The Chuck Cooper Foundation is to continue the legacy of Charles “Chuck” Cooper, the first African-American drafted into the National Basketball Association, by awarding graduate-level scholarships and by providing comprehensive leadership development, professional skills, and opportunities to underserved students.
As he approached his graduation from Duquesne in 1950 with a bachelor’s degree in education, Cooper signed on with the famed touring all-black Harlem Globetrotters team. On April 25, 1950, Cooper was selected in the second round of the NBA draft by Boston Celtics owner Walter Brown. When an associate pointed out that Cooper was black, Brown answered that he didn’t care whether Cooper was “striped, plaid, or polka dot.”
The 6-foot, 5-inch, 200-lb. Cooper made his debut with the Celtics on November 1, 1950, and he went on to produce a strong rookie season. He played in 66 games, averaging 9.5 points and 8.5 rebounds per game and sparking a renaissance in the Celtics’ drooping fortunes. Cooper formed bonds with his teammates, including future Celtics great Bob Cousy, with whom he would sometimes go out in the evening to listen to jazz concerts. During his basketball career, in addition to playing with the Celtics, Cooper also played with the Milwaukee Hawks and the Fort Wayne (Indiana) Pistons. While with the Pistons, he played in the 1956 NBA Championship.
Ask Dr. Applewhite Radio Talk Show (formerly Student2Teacher Show) is produced by the Adult Students/Learners and Veterans of White Apple Institute (a Veteran operated nonprofit) where we help others who are helping themselves change the perception of Disabled to Differently-abled!
Listen and share the reasons why PARENTS, including those who are Veterans, drop-out of school, work, and life! This show will also shed light on the many alarming reasons Adult Learners/Students struggle with the idea of going to back to school and finishing the courses started. Awareness is the first step needed to motivate and encourage those struggling to manage family responsibilities, stressful work and school schedules, and even mental, as well as other non-visible disabilities. Special Guests are educational experts, Dr. Kelmer Muhammad and Dr. Sarah Tolliver who share ideas about managing stress to prevent drop-out. Your one-time or monthly recurring tax-deductible donation of any amount will support our inspiring radio broadcasts and outreach efforts to those underserved to prevent dropout from school, work and Life! Learn more about Vocational Rehabilitation and Independent Living resources at http://whiteappleinstitute.org. Listen to archived episodes of the Ask Dr. Applewhite Radio Talk Show (formerly Student2Teacher ™) any day of the week. This show is a Rerun of Why Parents Drop Out aired 2014.
One of the top ten causes of divorce in this country are money issues. Pay disparity, incompatible goals, hidden bank accounts, and excessive spending are all reasons married couples find themselves at odds with one another. In this episode of No-Tea with Chrita and Cryss we will dive into the controversial debate and discuss, "Should married couples share finances or keep them separate?". It is sure to be a hot button debate and we are going all in with No-Tea!
The Ask Dr. Applewhite Radio Talk Show is produced by the Students and Veterans of White Apple Institute (a Veteran operated nonprofit) where we help others who are helping themselves change the perception of disabled to differently-abled! Your one-time or monthly recurring tax-deductible donation of any amount will support our inspiring radio broadcasts and outreach efforts to those underserved to prevent dropout from school, work and Life! Learn more about Vocational Rehabilitation and Independent Living resources at http://whiteappleinstitute.org.
WHAT CAN YOU REALLY DO ABOUT DEPRESSION and SUICIDAL IDEAS AMONG VETERANS AND ADULT STUDENTS? Probably very little. BUT if you know someone (friends,family,coworkers) who is depressed, sad, or showing different behaviors these days share or listen to this inspiring show with them. Encourage them to contact White Apple Institute for emotional support while connecting to resources. Special KUDOS to the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention www.afsp.org and the Veterans Crisis Hot Line http://www.veteranscrisisline.net/ThePowerof1.aspx and so many other organizations dedicated to preventing depression and suicide. Special Guests Melinda Vail, Intuitive Therapist and Steve Schiro, Educator, President of the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention-Tempe, and Facilitator of "Out of the Darkness Walks", join our Veterans and Students with inspirational messages and resources.
Listen to archived episodes of the Ask Dr. Applewhite Radio Talk Show (formerly Student2Teacher ™) any day of the week. This show is a Rerun aired 2013.
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Fran Rubio-Katz will discuss how she is successfully trailblazing paths in social, emotional and academic learning with her Parental Empowerment and Conscious Discipline courses. Her programs empower students by building a platform for change and growth to help them learn how to thrive in life, rather than just survive in life. By teaching these life skills, students learn how they can move throughout their day with more grace and intention, allowing them to experience more joy in life!
Fran Rubio-Katz, a native of South Florida and mother of two sons, is co-founder of the Learning Loft and a Conscious Discipline Certified Instructor. Her courses help individuals build healthy connections that encourage brain development and a foundation for secure bonding that allows optimal social, emotional and academic learning success. She is also actively involved with Yoga Gangsters, a non-profit whose mission is to empower underserved youth through the practice of yoga. learningloft.org
Pam Butler, inspirational speaker, yoga and meditation teacher and spiritual coach. Pam is currently writing her first book Return To Life: part Memoir and part spiritual guide, hoping to inspire and guide readers to find balance and bliss in their lives. returntolife.com
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Death is proof that individuality does not actually exist. It is also the disparity between what is as what is not- the ego/body gestalt. Death also shows everyone that who has died was lacking a viable and unique spirituality this is the cause of one's death experience. Fear is death. Ascension is and means to rise above, take with, and integrate into. What actually ascends is the body as the love it is. This is true ascension. Anyone leaving the body behind will reincarnate. Death of the body is reincarnation of the soul. Welcome to my point of view.
As a book-end to last week's show with socialist economist Richard Wolf, I have returning to the show, visionary, author and foremother, Riane Eisler, author of the famous and inspirational books, The Chalice and the Blade and Our Real Wealth. Riane will discuss caring economics and why corporations would actually benefit from these practices rather than the predator capitalistic values employees have had imposed upon them. We'll also discuss the topic raised in The Chalice and the Blade, namely "Domination vs Partnership" and the need for the shift toward the latter so there's a better quality of life for the most of us. We'll chat about SWEIs - new economic indicators that are a better gauge of how people are doing than GDP which fails to show the vast income disparity so many are suffering from. Riane will talk about the plight of women and the poverty they and their children still face, and not just in third world countries, but here in the United States, which does not bode well for any of our futures if we don't start forcing our political leaders to institute laws that promote REAL family values, and more caring and sharing of our national treasure so that its invested in people and life sustaining practices rather than war and corporate welfare.
Learn how caring actually equals prosperity and stop drinking the Kool-Aid of trickle down economics!
Michael Buckholtz is the founder of Aid for Autistic Children Foundation, Inc.™, diagnosed with high-functioning Asperger’s Syndrome and OCD, he is a songwriter, performer, multi-platinum record producer (worked for M.C. Hammer) and owner of B-Street Music Publishing™ for 21 years. Before the music, Michael spent time serving his country in the United States Navy as a noncommissioned Personnel Petty Officer caring for personnel issues including enlisted pay, a top secret government clearance handling military cryptological information and reconnaissance mission coding.
Since 2007, Michael dedicated full time to finding a solution to the financial disparity families and individuals coping with autism face. Twenty-five years music industry expertise and multiple levels of production experience. Composer, sound engineer (in-studio and live), songwriter, including network television projects, film scoring or sound track composing and responsible for multiple millions of dollars in record sales/royalty profits. His specialties: Artist development, entertainment business consultation, music publishing, entertainment law, live performance and advanced digital audio technology.
It is my great pleasure this evening to have an enlightening conversation with economist Richard Wolff, recommended by many of you, my listeners! I was impressed by a wonderful and easy to understand interview Richard gave on PBS about the contemporary economic history of the United States: how we managed to obtain Social Security, how we're slowly being destroyed by predator capitalism and what we can do to combat the system so we might have better quality of lives. I know this is a major concern for the 99% as the income disparity widens in our "maturing economy" as what little wealth is made goes to the top 1%. Tune in tonight and learn how we've been brain-washed to think Capitalism is grand and socialism is evil and what we can do in the short and long term to fix things. I promise, this will be a conversation everyone will be able to understand - and enjoy! Call it Economics for Dummies!
This week, Emma is blessed to welcome Christ Following and Kingdom Working couple for Christ, Stephen Mobley and Dr. Feben Girma, MD for Part 2 of an incredible interview last week. They will share how Kingdom Work for Christ can happen in Science today.
Feben currently serves as an internal medicine physician providing care to the medically underserved population within a clinic associated with Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center. Born in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia as the youngest sister to her six older brothers, she moved to the States when she was 6 years old and grew up in Stone Mountain, GA. She attended Tucker High School where she graduated Valedictorian of her class. Subsequently, she attended Duke University as a pre-med and psychology major. She later was accepted into Morehouse School of Medicine where she graduated with her M.D. and completed her internal medicine residency at Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center in Winston-Salem, North Carolina.
Stephen currently works as a research engineer intern for Qorvo, a technology company focused on developing devices for the cell phone industry. Born and raised in Denver, Colorado, he later attended the University of Maryland, Baltimore County, majoring in computer engineering. He was accepted to graduate school at Georgia Institute of Technology in Atlanta, GA. His research focus was in the development of biosensors for medical screening applications and this semester he will be graduating with his Ph.D. in electrical & computer engineering.
More on this ministry at www.kingdomworkforChrist.com. A very special thanks to Alyce Metallo for her arrangement of Blessed Assurance (My Story), our opening song! Check her out at www.alycemetallo.com.
Congresswoman Barbara Lee is a forceful and progressive voice in Congress, dedicated to social and economic justice, international peace, and civil and human rights.
First elected in 1998 to represent California’s then-9th Congressional District (now the 13th), the Democratic lawmaker has established a reputation for principled and independent stands, unafraid to take on the tough issues and speak her mind for her constituents, for a more just America, and for a safer world. As a social worker by profession, she has prioritized advocating for people dealing with the federal bureaucracy.
She has aggressively represented the needs of the underserved and vulnerable people in her district and throughout the U.S., vigorously advocating for a wide range of social and economic concerns.
The Congresswoman has been a strong proponent of safe communities, affordable housing, the homeless, low income energy assistance, job training, making health care affordable and universal, just immigration policies, the establishment of a living wage, and protection of the right of women to make decisions about their reproductive health. She is a Senior Democratic Whip, former chair of the Congressional Black Caucus and former co-chair of the Progressive Caucus.
In 2013, Congresswoman Lee became chair of the Whip's Task Force on Poverty and Opportunity.
Virtual T. Murrell, a consultant with Principle of the Pegasus Group,
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