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Pilot Radio speaks with columnist Jamesetta Walker about her cover story "Natural Beauty" - a brief look inside the world of natural hair and the social implications of donning natural hair among women of color. Jamesetta examined the topic from the view of the founder of a hair and fashion expo this weekend in Newport News that promotes natural hair and teaches women how to care for their natural mane. Jamesetta provides commentary on fashion, lifestyle and consumer affairs.
According to teachers and channels, Joan and John Walker, the Archangels and Ascended Masters have said that the challenges triggered by the 7 Pluto-Uranus squares are almost over. 2015, they say, is a year when things will move more easily and smoothly without the restriction of some of the dense energetic configurations that have been in place over the last few years.
The Lords of Light are working on an energetic level with the realms of the earth plane with the intention of beginning to integrate some different frequency ranges. These new frequency ranges will not only make further alterations to the electromagnetic field but also bring a big influx of light to the planet around the spring equinox. 2015, they say is the Year of Creation. What does that mean? What will that look like? And what do we most need to know in order to take advantage of the new incoming energies?
Join Joan and John Walker as they share with us information about 2015, our powers of creation, and how we can step into more of who we are and begin to create more precisely what we need and want.
Listen on the Awakening Zone Network here: http://www.awakeningzone.com/Episode.aspx?EpisodeID=3448
A recipient of a Master of Arts in Human Resource Development and a Bachelor of Arts in Community and Human Services, Ms Charron Walker’s accomplishments reached beyond her battle with cancer to become a recovery volunteer, a teacher assistant for special education, and a financial mentor. Additionally, Ms Walker is affiliated with the American Cancer Society and is a volunteer at St. Vincent's Health Care in the Breast Health Center.
Diagnosed at the age of 32 with breast cancer, she was found to have had to endure a lumpectomy, chemotherapy, radiation, and 5 years of hormone therapy. “One of the hardest things about having cancer”, she states, “is the feeling of a loss of control. I survived a physical and emotional battle with cancer, which has given me the gift of a new outlook on life. I don't worry about the small stuff; I strive to live life to the fullest. I am a 14-year breast cancer Conqueror who has traveled this road, and is still walking in faith want to help others on their personal journey.”
Consequently, Ms Walker went on to become the CEO and Founder of Young Survivors Network, Inc. Her passion is reflected in her mission statement: “Our mission is to educate, support, and advocate for young women who have been diagnosed with breast cancer. We also equip these women in our community with information and a network of caring members, that are willing to give them the best chance available to cope with cancer.”
Ms Walker is the author of My Purpose God's Plan.
Council Chairman Walker and I discuss the recent process in preparing and adopting the 2015 city of Niagara Falls budget. Some of the questions that were posted on the Vince Anello Show Facebook page were asked. A number of callers also called in to discuss issues of transparency, overspending and the need to develop a way for the Council to be more engaged in the finances of the city of Niagara Falls.
On the next pre-recorded edition of Fiber Hooligan (airing on 03/24/14) my guest is the iconic Barbara Walker.
Mrs. Walker has been an idol and guru to knitter’s worldwide for decades, the first of her many comprehensive collections of knitting patterns appearing in 1968. But that's only part of her impressive list of achievements in a variety of fields.
Born in Philadelphia in 1930, she studied journalism at the University of Pennsylvania and later worked for the Washington Star in Washington, D.C. It was there in the 1970s that she became interested in feminism, while working with a local hotline that helped battered women and pregnant teens.
After relocating to Morristown, New Jersey, Mrs. Walker became a teacher of the Martha Graham dance technique. The first of her many notable and respected books on feminism, spirituality and myth was published in the mid-1980s, as was the Barbara Walker Tarot Deck, for which she supplied the illustrations.
Her complete writing career has been split between knitting books, produced in the late 1960s through the mid-80s; and women’s studies and mythology books, produced from the 1980s through the early 21st century. And her influences continue to be felt by more than just the fiber arts world.
It was a rare privilege to interview her for Fiber Hooligan! I hope you enjoy this very special show.
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Business of Monday Money Watch[Talk] - SB Barber Morning Show. Guests Law Professor/Attorney Nekima Levy-Pounds and Entrepreneur/Chef Ashriel Walker.
"We know that economics is a critical foundation of community and without the capacity to create jobs for ourselves, feed ourselves, build a viable business sector and support our independent institutions; we can not have the quality of life we desire for ourselves, our families and future generations."--HeKima, Us Lifting Us Economic Development
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Business of Monday Money Watch[Talk] - Keeping your eyes on the movement of our money and the economy. Questions to consider 'asset or liability'; 'consumer or producer'; 'the markets'. Conversations with infuential personalities of positive accomplishments who share their journey Up Close & Personal in both 'for profit and non-profit worlds'.
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Tammi C. Walker a life coach and owner of Dream Are a Reality. She also a certified Personal Fitness Trainer. Being a two-time Breast Cancer survior has prompted Tammi to become interested in helping other reach their goals and live the life that they dream in all areas. This is why she became a life coach/personal trainer.
Tammi's motto is : "If I am not helping others and making the world a better place then why am I here?"