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In this episode Bob Kirkconnell, author of American Heart of Darkness, will discuss America's biggest and oldest problem of "Racism in America". If there ever has been an opportune time to abolish slavery, it was during and after the Revolutionary War. And yet it survived. Even after the Civil War, a horrific event that killed more Americans than any other war, what did survive was racism. Despite excellent legislation against racism, it morphed into what is today called "Jim Crow," a de facto form of slavery. America tried again in the '60s and '70s with the civil rights movement that resulted in legislation that struck down Jim Crow. The Civil Rights Act of 1964, The Voting Rights Act, and many others made Jim Crow a thing of the past, but this system was replaced again with what we have today which is "The Prison Industrial Complex." Will this ever end, and why won’t it go away?
This brings up some conclusions and also questions:
What is the Prison Industrial Complex and what effect does it have?
Why is legislation ineffective against racism?
Why cannot America leave its racist past behind?
What would replace the Prison Industrial Complex if it was legislated out of existence?
What needs to be done to solve this cancer that has been with America from the very start?
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Who is the ultimate authority in a child's life - the parents or the State? When Dorothy Austin, mother of two sons, was falsely accused of having a psychological illness, she found herself in a seven year battle with the State of Illinois over custody of her son Shamir, then an eight year old child. Deprived of his mother after seven years, Shamir, now a 15 year old teenager, is desperate to come home. But the State simply will not let him go. Today, Dorothy Austin is fighting back. She has joined forces with supporters and other parents and launched a national organization: PROTECT, which stands for Parental Rights Organization To End Children's Tears. This organization was founded to raise money for legal fees for parents whose parental rights were wrongfully terminated, and to investigate and expose those attorneys, judges, and social service agency officials who knowingly make decisions that destructively tear families apart. Today, Ms. Austin discusses her fundraising efforts to enable her to hire the competent attorney who will help get her son Shamir back, and pursue punitive damages against those responsible for him being held hostage by the State for seven years. Her organization PROTECT will provide support for other parents in similar situations. Jerry Nicholas, father of six, shares his story of a 20 year battle for his parental rights. He exposes the economic incentive that makes State agencies become destroyers of children and families.
Dr. Dean Posey, author of the book 12 Core Values that Define a Moral Life, believes that much of the depression and anxiety plaguing today’s society stems from our unwillingness to simply follow the rules of a moral life instead of trying to make them up as we go. Based on the character and life of Noah, Posey lists the core values of morality for us. If one focuses on hope, faith, patience, friendship, righteousness, family and more, he says, living a moral life is not as complicated as one might think. Tune in to listen and give his concepts time to soak in.
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Selling in a Skirt with Judy Hoberman Radio with her guest Dr. Donna Thomas Rodgers & Julie Anne Eason:
Dr. Donna Thomas Rodgers has over 20 years of leadership experience. Dr. Donna has served as a Private-First-Class to a Commissioned Officer in the military. After performing her military duties Dr. Donna worked her way up the ranks to C-level suites. Those experiences have allowed her to strategically solve problems at all levels in an organization. As a Commissioned Military Police Officer she managed millions of dollars of assets and equipment and led over 2,500 soldiers without any casualties. After transitioning to a management role at Frito-Lay Dr. Donna continued to perform at a high level. She personally supervised over 500 employees, managed 20 million dollars in company assets, and trained corporate team members at the national level in safety, continuous improvement and performance-based training.
Julie Anne Eason has been a professional writer for over 20 years. After figuring out that fiction writing wasn’t for her, she turned to freelance journalism and copywriting for a living. As technology advanced, she witnessed the balance of power in the publishing industry shift. Once the big New York publishers held all the cards. Writers were “lucky” if they could land an agent or a book contract. But now individuals are taking the initiative and writing, publishing, and marketing their own books without the need for an agent or publisher to give them a chance — which means that finally businesses, non-profits, and entrepreneurs can take advantage of the amazing power of books. Today she ghostwrites full-length books for entrepreneurs, speakers, coaches, CEOs, and other business people who want to expand their reach and build their brands.
This series provides eight different ways to cleanse our physical bodies of toxins and emotional bodies of fear.
Cleansing is an art form when properly integrated into daily life. Given we cleanse our bodies with every breath we take or cup of water we drink, cleansing in an act we do every minute of our lives.
Our second (of eight) cleanse classes continues the work started in our first class by embracing tools to release the need to judge or be judged.
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The Jackie Robinson West Little League stripped of title. Jesse Jackson stated, "The team earned the title and will fight to keep it". Little League Baseball stripped the championship title from the Chicago team on Wednesday, despite a plea from Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel. The team's coach was suspended for violating a rule that prohibits the inclusion of players who live outside a team's geographic area.
The first Black team to win the championship was instructed to vacate wins from the 2014 Little League Baseball International Tournament, including its Great Lakes Regional and U.S. championships. The national championship title was then awarded to Mountain Ridge Little League from Las Vegas.
A spokesman for the Little League International told ABC News that the organization "stands by the difficult decision" announced yesterday.
"Little League International will be working with its counsel to ensure Jackie Robinson West Little League officials and their attorney are fully educated regarding the factual basis of the decision, "Brian McClintock of Little League International said in a statement.
Nothing we do matters until white people give us a title, an award or a prize for doing it. They would stop seeking more titles and labels and awards and white validation...oscar's, grammy's, and billboards.
In this show I will let you in on my secret, my secret is how to boost your immune system to keep the winter colds and dreaded flu away!! Yes it can be done. Together we will make some home made concoctions that are not only fun to make, but easy on the budget! If you would like to contact me my email is email@example.com and my web site is Massagebycolleen.com
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Today's topic is "SOS! What to do when life seems unfair." So often life just seems unfair and no fun. Mary and Janice will give some tips on what to do when life seems unfair.. These topics are very personal to both Janice and Mary. Also, join Mary and Janice in the flow energies of love, joy, peace and compassion during the show. .
Janice is a transformational coach getting your life to sparkle and a healer certified in Basic and Advanced Theta Healing, Quantum Touch I & II, as well as a Quick Pulse practitioner. She is also an intuitive artist. She is the author of a children's book, "Henry's Wild Adventures, Henry and the Oranges".
Mary is a visionary and spiritual intuitive who specializes in facilitating her clients to live their passion. Mary has been addressing the concerns of people from all over the world and from all walks of life. Mary began her soul work as a teacher in the school of life after her own life meant with significant tragedies that transformed her both professionally and personally. Mary launched her own company Globalhealing-soul-utions to provide people with the intuitive prospective they need to overcome obstacles and make the most of their lives. Mary has won the praise and respect from her clients as someone who has not only the answers but the right answers to their questions.
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Singer-songwriter Holly Spears is pleased to announce the release of her first country EP, Boots and Bling, which is available now at iTunes andwww.hollyspears.com. The 8-song EP from Girl on a Mission Music is the follow-up to her 2014 Christian music EP, Audience of One.
"Boots and Bling is my attempt to get back to my roots and embrace who I've grown into,” says Spears. "I grew up in a little country town and dared to moved away from it at the young age of 18. I moved five hours away from everything I had ever known in pursuit of a music career. Back then, I couldn't wait to move to the city. Now, I can't wait to live on more property and get more horses. I grew up as a tomboy, and when I moved away, I became more ‘girly.' Today, I’m a good mix of the two.”
As if she wasn’t busy enough with promoting her new album, Spears is currently in Texas filming the upcoming faith-based film, Nail 32.
Tune in to the "Ice Cream Convos Morning Show" as we give you the scoop on the tragic death of Brownstone singer, Charmayne "Maxee" Maxwell.
We'll tell you who's expecting a baby and why Nicki Minaj's petty was "on fleek."