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  • 00:34

    Eco-Woman: Natural choices for birth control, sexuality and menstruation

    in Health

    On this episode of The Period Party, Nat & Nicole talk with Kim & Amy Sedgwick, Co-Founders of Red Tent Sisters, a business that has been providing holistic fertility, sexuality and contraceptive solutions since 2007.


    Here are the hot topics that we cover during this episode: 



    environmental concerns related to various birth control methods
    natural alternatives (FAM)
    environmental and health concerns associated with the sex toy industry
    environmental concerns related to menstrual products
    best menstrual health products for the environment and your health


    Amy is trained as a Holistic Reproductive Health Practitioner who specializes in helping women ditch the pill and adopt natural, effective birth control. Kim runs their “sister” business, ecosex.ca (Canada’s first eco-friendly sexuality store) and coaches women who are ready to begin claiming and communicating their erotic desires. Together, they provide support to women worldwide through their online courses, YouTube videos, and social media channels, and are known for their professional yet candid “sisterly” advice.


     

  • 00:50

    Nips: April 25, 2016

    in Business

    Get caught up on the latest news from around the pulp and paper world in our weekly program, including updates from Catalyst, Georgia-Pacific, RR Donnelley, WestRock, International Paper, Bemis, Solenis, Mondi, Sappi, Nippon, APP and more.
     
    Nips is a weekly show of contemporary information related to the pulp and paper industry worldwide. Hosted by Jim Thompson, the voice of the worldwide pulp and paper industry.
     
    Listen live at 7 a.m. EDT on Monday, 25 April 2016, or anytime afterward!


    Available on iTunes


    Enhance your experience if listening live to this episode ... go to simultweet.com for live tweets with more information during the broadcast.

  • 01:00

    Warrior Survivor & so much more - Constance Fodor

    in Motivation

    Connie says, "I was in and out of the system as a child, a runaway multiple times beginning at age 5,  lived in 13 foster homes and two shelters, abused and neglected by my mother and abandoned by my father at age 2. Arrested for shop lifting and trying drugs at age 11, breaking into homes to find food and  finding a place where I fit in was my life and the hopes of it getting any better seemed grim…until I met Jesus for the first time at age 12. It wasn’t until at the age of 15, when moving to Alabama, that I began my new journey of a new life with Christ.  Jesus blessed me with my first Christian family to move in with and it was then that I truly started on my path to healing, new beginnings full of hope and purpose.   At age 23 I was called to work and live at a long term shelter for battered woman and abused children.  After being at the shelter for 5 years, God moved upon my heart to adopt a 3yr old little boy as a single mother. I started on a new journey as a single mom for the next 17yrs.  This little boy I’m speaking of is now 20 today and has recently moved out on his own as an adult.  God has indeed blessed my life so.   I’ve been privileged and honored to have worked at the WellHouse as a house mentor to woman rescued from human trafficking, to speaking once a week to teenager girls in juvenile detention centers to even back at the same domestic violence shelter 15yrs later part-time assisting with their children.  My life started out wrecked, broken and I was a statistic, but God had a plan and knew me when I was in my mother’s womb.  Praise Jesus for salvation, new beginnings and a life full of hope and purpose." 

  • Clear Talk w/ Mustafa & Kim Mujahid, Al Islam Based Conversation w/ Nazim Pasha

    in Islam

    1st and 2nd Hour: Clear Talk w/ Mustafa Mujahid and Kim Mujahid


    “And worship Allah and do not associate anything with Him and do good to parents, relatives, orphans, and the needy. And the neighbor who is near and the neighbor who is far. And the companion by your side and the traveler. And what your right hands possess. For surely, Allah does not love the one who is proud and boastful.” 


    Quraan Sura Nisaa Verse 36


    Today’s topic is ‘Do Good to All’.  


    Line Up –                                                                                                


    Word of the Week with Haneef Abdullah                                                     


    Faith and Industry with Abdullah Rasul


    For archives and more information go to: www.cleartalkradio.com  or email us at cleartalkradio@yahoo.com


    3rd Hour: Al Islam Based Conversation with Imam Nazim Pasha: ‘Language, Logic, and Sensivities.

  • 01:37

    The Liberal Redneck (ROFLMAO)

    in Politics Progressive

    Live at Noon CST every Thursday
    "The Liberal Redneck Show"
    Call in is 646-649-0842. Press 1 to join the conversation....


    Join LR, the Professor, and PD the Pagan Goddess.


    Thank you for keeping the faith and spreading the word on Facebook. Call in or join us in chat with a free Blog Talk Radio account.  Share archived episodes with your friends on Facebook.  Piss off those idiot Republicans by listening every week... LOUD! ROFLMAO as we follow the money!  States that adopt hate towards LBGT citizens are getting a hard lesson in following the money as is hemorrhages from their states as businesses flee.  They can smell the lawsuits these states are setting them up for!


     


    Today's Show:



    Justices divided over whether Clarence Thomas is asleep or dead.
    If first you don't secede, try and try again!
    Time to stow it under your matress again!  Lawmakers are coming (no pun intended) for your !


     


     

  • 00:32

    The Sunday Drive Gospel Music Radio Broadcast with Sis Janice Wed 4-20-2016

    in Radio

    Hello family, this is your host Sistah Janice and thank you for listening to The Sunday Drive Gospel Music Radio Broadcast, we are so delighted that you chose this day to spend just with us, Amen!


    Well family, it is Wednesday, Praise the name of the Lord, for those of you that woke up this morning or are waking up, give him praise, for those of you that have a job to go to give hime praise, for those of you that have a mind give him praise, etc., Let everything that hath breath, Praise ye the Lord, Amen! Now, my family at The Rock of Ages Baptist Church have a saying and I love it so I have decided to adopt it and if I get it wrong, family correct me ok, "I love you, God loves you and there's nothing you can do about it," I pray I got it right, God bless you family, Amen!


    Please do not forget about, The Sunday Drive Talk, with Dr Butler on Thursday's@1pm, it is a phonomenal minitry that you don't want to miss and we will update, you little later, about tomorrow's topic


    We would like to thank all of our wonderful sponsors on Facebook, Twitter, Blog Talk and WITA1490am Radio, may God continue to richly bless you!


    Remember, Sistah Janice loves you, but God loves you best, have a victorious week in Jesus!

  • 00:58

    Community Broadband Feasibility Study: Does It Do More Harm Than Good?

    in Internet

    It could be time for communities to re-think the feasibility study process. They can spend up to $150,000 to complete a study, but are communities really resolving the questions they need to pursue? Some feel that a process with its roots in the 1970s needs an upgrade to keep pace with 21st-Century infrastructure.


    Richard Frank created custom GIS and other technologies to streamline the engineering-planning and design phase. He feels the typical feasibility study for a public network adds costs and time to address questions already answered, while failing in other areas because “communities don’t know what they don’t know.”


    Frank explains how to use available data to get many of the answers needed to do appropriate engineering design, better use existing technology assets, use best business practices to plan the network and address the common good. Communities need to understand better the applications and databases that can improve network planning, think more like a business and adopt sound marketing principles.

  • 02:54

    Clear Talk w/ Mustafa & Kim Mujahid, Al Islam Based Conversation w/ Nazim Pasha

    in Islam

    1st and 2nd Hour: Clear Talk w/ Mustafa Mujahid and Kim Mujahid


    “And worship Allah and do not associate anything with Him and do good to parents, relatives, orphans, and the needy. And the neighbor who is near and the neighbor who is far. And the companion by your side and the traveler. And what your right hands possess. For surely, Allah does not love the one who is proud and boastful.” 


    Quraan Sura Nisaa Verse 36


    Today’s topic is ‘Do Good to All’.  


    Line Up –         


    Health Tips with Paul Madyun                                                                                        


    Word of the Week with Imam Abdul Azeez and                                                      


    Faith and Industry with Abdullah Rasul


    For archives and more information go to: www.cleartalkradio.com  or email us at cleartalkradio@yahoo.com


    3rd Hour: Al Islam Based Conversation with Imam Nazim Pasha: ‘Language, Logic, and Sensivities.

  • 02:00

    Can White Parents Effectively Raise Black Children?

    in Parents

    Can White Parents Effectively Raise Black Children?


    Children are the greatest resource of unbridled love, compassion, empathy and our future.  Most parents would say that as long as we give a child love and a safe haven to call home, it would be enough.  But, is it enough when white parents choose to adopt and raise a black child? 


    Regardless of racial dynamics, adoption requires a level of patience, love and empathy.  But a white person choosing to adopt a black child must first be willing to confront the passive racist views of white people hold, subconsciously or not. Going in with the mindset that this black child is no different from any other child is a naiveté the adoptive parent cannot afford, and for which the adopted child will pay.


    So we ask the question:  Can transracial adoptive (white) parents effectively raise black children?


    Our guest Co-Host for the first hour.... Ms. Cathy Lyons!


    Join us on Wednesday, April 13, 2016, at 8pm PDT/11pm EDT, as we sit down to discuss one of the most controversial topics we’ve ever tackled. 


    To listen and join the conversation by phone, dial (646)200-3148.  Or listen online and join the chatroom here on Blog Talk Radio, or from our website at www.hottopicstalkradio.com/hottopicstalkradio.


    *The Hot Topics Talk Radio Network is sponsored by Shades of Afrika (Corona and Long Beach, CA), A&L Family Restaurant (Las Vegas, NV) and SPMG Media (Bell, CA).  For more information regarding our sponsors, go to: www.hottopicstalkradio.com/sponsors.

  • 02:01

    A Sure Word of Prophecy

    in Christianity

    Home Is the Heart of All Activity—Society is composed of families, and is what the heads of families make it. Out of the heart are “the issues of life”; and the heart of the community, of the church, and of the nation is the household.The well-being of society, the success of the church, the prosperity of the nation, depend upon home influences.1 AH 15.1


    The elevation or deterioration of the future of society will be determined by the manners and morals of the youth growing up around us. As the youth are educated, and as their characters are molded in their childhood to virtuous habits, self-control, and temperance, so will their influence be upon society. If they are left unenlightened and uncontrolled, and as the result become self-willed, intemperate in appetite and passion, so will be their future influence in molding society. The company which the young now keep, the habits they now form, and the principles they now adopt are the index to the state of society for years to come.2 AH 15.2

  • 00:30

    Simple Ways to Measure Employee Engagement

    in Business

    Employee engagement is all the buzz, and rightfully so. When employees are engaged, they adopt the vision, values and purpose of the organization where they work.


    Engaged employees are passionate contributors, innovative problem solvers, and stunning colleagues. Plus, high-performing employees want to work in places like that and smart employers want to cultivate that kind of environment.


    Join us as guest Leila Zayed and host Meghan M. Biro address the importance of employee engagement and some practical ways to measure it in an organization.