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This week the Foundation will focus on education. We will discuss the importance of securing a quality education for our children, how to make the most of the available imbalanced offerings and how we can encourage the youth to make education a priority.
This week The Foundation discusses the effectiveness of the U.S. Prison system. Is the purpose of the system simply to warehouse and punish or to rehabilitate? JOIN us as we delve into this issue and look for solutions.
This week we do our best to explain, define and bring our listeners up to speed on Autism and related developmental disorders. The Foundation is a show featuring a group of strong african american men who are using internet media & social networking to address the concerns, as well as celebrate the accomplishments, within our community.
Tonight Auntie Joy & Lady Lexy the hosts of No Tea, No Shade join the brothers of The Foundation to present the female perspective of various topics.
The Foundation is a show featuring a group of strong african american men who are using internet media & social networking to address the concerns, as well as celebrate the accomplishments, within our community.
Join us for a discussion with the writer'and cast from the stage play Washington Heights, which focuses on HIV awareness.
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Tune in to this week's edition of "The American Maverick Show" hosted by syndicated talk host Flint Engleman.
This week we focus on our military veterans. We'll highlight the work of the Vietnam War Foundation to inform the public about the Vietnam war and veterans who fought in service to our country.
Listeners are welcome to call in to the show! Dial (434)964-1075 anytime during our live broadcast on Sunday from 8:05-8:50pm EDT.
8:15pm Mr. Robert Hull. Mr. Hull is the spokesman for the Vietnam War Foundation. He'll provide information about the work of the foundation and the incredible authenticity of the museum they operate.
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Julie N. Jancius is the mom of Ellie, born with Noonan Syndrome. President/CEO of RASopathies Foundation and Noonan Syndrome Foundation branch. Julie discusses the rollercoaster journey of Noonan Syndrome and the gifts of RASopathies Foundation.
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When Life Throws You A Wrench, Tighten Up!
At 6:00 pm: How many times have you planned things exactly the way you wanted them, and your plans fell through unexpectedly? Well, this show is about how to adjust to life's disappointments and prepare you to be a proactive respondent, rather than a reactive person. Join the Marriage & Family Trail to listen and interact during this episode of the Journey to Legacy show.
Goal Setting with Tammy Washington
At 7:00pm, Journey to Legacy is proud to welcome Tammy Washington, a transformational speaker, coach and author of the new book, "Nailed It! Be It, Do It, Achieve It!" Tammy is dedicated to helping you NAIL your dreams. She has always had a passion for seeking all that life has to offer and bringing others along the way. She gives straight-forward, yet fun advice to take you to your next level. Hailing from the small town of Elloree, South Carolina, Tammy Washington is a graduate of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. She is a member of Theta Nu Xi Multicultural Sorority Incorporated, and the creator of Breaking Into YOU workshops, which helps Success Seekers release their past while creating a better future. Call in to ask Tammy questions during the broadcast.
Attorney Fred Kray and the PBLN crew will discuss the movement in Wooster, Ohio to repeal BSL. There will also be a report on what happened at the Broward County Commission meeting where BSL was to be proposed. Mr. Kray will talk about Dolly's Foundation with Erica Daniel its founder. Dolly's Foundation rescues Pit Bulls and bully breeds without a shelter and believes that in order to improve the lives of animals in a community, the lives of the humans in the
This week we will talk about Daniel Snyder and his decision to choose business over respect.
Daniel Snyder is the owner of the Washington "Redskins." When asked this week if he would ever change the name of his team to anything else to respect the indigenous people of this land, his response was NEVER.
Now for some, especially Skins fans, we have heard the name for 70 years. There have been a few iterations of the logo. The most famous being the side profille of a Native American. For all you Skins fans, especially black ones, how would you like to see a black man with nappy head sitting on the jersey of your favorite team.
We'll dig into that and many other subjects on this episode of Life Full Circle Radio