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The Focus Show - "A male/female becoming a man/woman". The show is live at studio 670 10am to noon Wednesday in Louisville Kentucky. Come hear a mid-week dialog for menwomen to be heard, understood and share their life style living choices (LSLC) as men/women. The Focus Show visiting guests and the co-host of men/women friends. We are discussing our life living style choices and our wisdom we have matured. We want you to listen or join in but, determine for yourself the value of spiritual, real, confident and free Believer's. As we dailog about the processing issues from birth to present-day to a male/female becoming a man/woman.
MeShorn will lead a focus thought, as a professional believer in God. He has come to live by his own beliefs and make his own choices. Why? Because of the adult-males/Alpha-men who sowed some valuable lessons into him. MeShorn now seek to give back. MeShorn, believes the process to life living choices for all, is knowing your own beginnings. (KYB). The Focus Show will remind, witness and reveal (RWR) to believers and non-believers through our "keep it spiritually simple" (KISS) "barber-shop" format. A method style & conversation, listening and teaching within the show. The Focus Show has a message & mission to restore males/females to the understanding, knowledge and wisdom to becoming a man/woman. We invite any & all to enjoy this 21st century programming. The Focus Show - A male becoming a man
502sports with Hitt and No-No Episode #12!
On Today's show: We will discuss the Charlie Strong decision, UK and UofL Basketball and No-No's Predictions of the week!
Make sure to tune in at 12:30!
Sarah Hitchings and Julie Chancellor, doctoral students at the University of Louisville and graduate students in Dr. Bradley Carpenter’s Philosophy of Education course, interview Gary Howard, author of the book We Can’t Teach What We Don’t Know: White Teachers, Multiracial Schools. Mr. Howard has published numerous articles on race, justice, and multicultural issues and has developed curriculum materials that are being used internationally. He serves as a keynote speaker, writer, and workshop leader, traveling extensively throughout the country examining issues of privilege and power in education. In the interview, Mr. Howard discusses the development and practical implementation of his educational philosophy.
"Milken National Educator, best-selling author, educational consultant and motivational speaker, Principal Kafele is on fire! He's on a mission to motivate, educate and empower educators, parents and children toward the elimination of the attitude gap, the world over. In these times of crisis-level drop-out rates, suspension rates and low academic performance, Principal Kafele brings an empowering message of attitude transformation. His message is inspiring, reinvigorating, thought-provoking and candid. He inspires his audiences to expect nothing less than excellence."
Kafele, Baruti. (2012). Principal Kafele. Retrieved from http://www.principalkafele.com/. Accessed on October 16, 2012.
Join talk radio f$%&ing genius Thomas Keister, along with "The Esteemed" Darrell Mays, for an all-new Probably Uncalled For, LIVE as always on Blog Talk Radio!
This week, topics to include the upcoming University of Kentucky-University of Louisville Final Four matchup already bringing out the dumbs#!*t in people, is it finally the end of the line for Newt?, and the Trayvon Martin case going from bad to worse to just flat f$%&ing stupid, among other points of fascination to be determined, time willing...
Phones 646-478-5145 and chat room open the duration of the broadcast. Come find out why we are one of Blog Talk Radio's longest running shows!
Join Mende as she talks Ron Whitehead
Ron Whitehead is poet, writer, editor, publisher, organizer, scholar, professor. The son of Edwin and Greta Whitehead, he grew up on a farm outside of Centertown, population 323, in Ohio County, western Kentucky. He graduated from Ohio County High School in 1968. He attended Georgetown College, Western Kentucky University, The University of Louisville, and Oxford University (England). As undergraduate and graduate student he was the recipient of numerous scholarships, grants, fellowships, awards, and prizes including The Dean's Graduate School Citation at UofL and The English Speaking Union's Oxford Scholar Award plus the Joshua B. Everett Oxford Scholar Award. At Oxford he studied with Dr. Valentine Cunningham, Head of English Literature, at Oxford's International Graduate School. As poet and writer he is the recipient of numerous state, national, and international awards/prizes including The All Kentucky Poetry Prize and The Yeats Club of Oxford's Prize for Poetry. In 2004 he was inducted into Ohio County High School's Hall of Fame. In 2006 Dr. John Rocco (NYC) nominated Ron for The Nobel Prize in Literature.