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Your host, Bob Kirkconnell is thilled that we are able to have JFK Secret Service Agent Abaham Bolden on the program! Bob will introduce him and then Abraham will share some of his experiences and insights. Questions from Bob and callers will follow.
Abraham was the first African American Secret Service Agent on the Presidential detail. He joined the JFK detail in 1961. After the assassination, he disclosed a Chicago plot to assassinate JFK and also racism, and serious security short comings in the Secret Service. What happened to him is the subject of this show and we are honored to have Abraham on the program! Listeners are encouraged do some research ahead of time. Below is a review of his book: The Echo From Dealey Plaza.
From Publishers Weekly
Conspiracy theories haunt the Kennedy assassination; Bolden offers a new one, concerning discrimination and evidence suppression. Becoming, in JFK's words, the Jackie Robinson of the Secret Service, Bolden joined the White House detail in 1961. Already beset by racism (he once found a noose suspended over his desk), his idealism is further shattered by the drinking and carousing of other agents. Soon after the assassination, he receives orders that hint at an effort to withhold, or at least to the color, the truth. He discovers that evidence is being kept from the Warren Commission and when he takes action, finds himself charged with conspiracy to sell a secret government file and sentenced to six years in prison, where both solitary confinement and the psychiatric ward await. That there was a conspiracy to silence him seems unarguable, but Bolden's prose is flat; so is his dialogue. This story is more enthralling than Bolden's telling of it, but the reader who sticks with it will enter a world of duplicitous charges and disappearing documents fit for a movie thriller...
Dr. Larry Fong, psychologist, mediator and arbitrator, and Norma Reimer, a mediation trained CPA and CBV, speak about their session on Wednesday morning October 8 from 8:45 am to 12 noon: Navigating Complex Financial Issues in Mediation. Listen to Larry and Norma as they give an overview of their session and approach to sharpen skills when working with the problematic and potent mix of high conflict, numbers, emotions and money when relationships breakdown in: family; family business; estates; elder guardianship and trusteeship; shareholder; and any business or financial setting where relationship and money mix.
Join Larry, Norma and all the other great ACR Conference 2014 presenters at ACR Conference 2014 at the Cincinnati Hilton Netherlands Plaza Hotel from October 8-11, 2014. For complete ACR Conference 2014 information and Conference and Hotel registration go to www.acrannualconference.org . See you in Cincinnati!
Join Larry, Norma and all the other great presenters at ACR Conference 2014 from October 8-11, 2014 at the Cincinnati Netherlands Hilton Hotel in Cincinnati, Ohio. For information and registration go to acr.annualconference.org . See you in Cincinnati!
Learn about EPP and the area of work within its definition as Turner Odell, who is a Co-chair of ACR's EPP Section, speaks about the special EPP Program and events woven into the ACR Conference 2014 Program. The EPP Program commences with a full day of material on Wednesday, October 8 and additional sessions on Thursday, October 9 and Friday, October 10. The EPP Program features cutting-edge sessions addressing such diverse topics as: complex multi-party negotiations; environmental conflict resolution and civic engagement; collaborative approaches to healthcare policy; access to information; influence and ethics; collaborative leadership training; tapping university expertise; and collaborative technologies among other topics. Turner and his fellow presenters are leading experts in the EPP field and come from diverse backgrounds such as government, policy, academia, and private practice. They will impart information leading to skill development, challenge you to "think about your thinking", and apply new ideas, approaches, and techniques to your own practice or area of work.
Join Turner and the EPP expert presenters and all the other great presenters at ACR Conference 2014 in Cincinnati, Ohio at the Cincinnati Hilton Netherlands Plaza Hotel from October 8-11, 2014. For complete information about the EPP Program, ACR Conference 2014, and for Conference and Hotel registration, go to www.acrannualconference.org . See you in Cincinnati!
Listen as Cheryl Jamison and Lou Gieszl discuss the importance of diversity, equity, and inclusion, not only as a pillar of and for ACR as an organization, but the importance for everyone in any workplace, community, organization, family, and all contexts from the micro to macro of people's relationships and interactions. These concepts will be explored during: Lou’s session on Wednesday morning October 8 from 10:30 am – 12 noon on ACR’s Commitment to Diversity, Equity and Inclusion with its applicable and transferable construct regardless of context; and then Cheryl, Lou and Marvin Johnson on Thursday, October 9 from 1:45-3:15 pm in their joint session: “Somewhere Over the Rainbow: Privilege, Prejudice and Conflict in the Emerald City” which is an opportunity to deconstruct the famed movie and privilege in a lively, integrative and inter-active format. Rounding out Cheryl and Lou's interview is the background and application of the work of Tim Wise, Keynote speaker for ACR Conference 2014.
Join Cheryl, Lou, Marvin and all the other great presenters at ACR Conference 2014 at the Cincinnati Hilton Netherlands Plaza Hotel from October 8-11, 2014. Go to www.acrannualconference.org to see the entirety of ACR Conference 2014 program, events and for Conference and Hotel registration. See you in Cincinnati!
Nina Meierding speaks about her three sessions at ACR Conference 2014: Wednesday, October 8 from 1:45-5 pm: The Impact of Culture on Negotiation and Mediation; on Thursday, October 9 from 10:30 to 12 noon: Strategic Questioning: Asking the Right Question, at the Right Time, in the Right Way, to the Right Person; and on Friday, October 10 from 8:45-12 noon: Maximizing Creativity in Mediation – Moving Beyond Traditional Brainstorming Models. In this interview, Nina gives an over-view of each session, her focus, approach, and what mediators will learn and take-away to add to their practice tool-boxes. She shares the value of each Session, not only for practicing mediators, but professionals in diverse settings and contexts, educators, conflict managers and resolvers and those working to minimize conflict before it takes hold. Listen to Nina as she speaks about the foundation of her dispute resolution passion and its translation to the frame for her presentation work and each Session at ACR Conference 2104.
Join Nina and all the other great presenters at ACR Conference 2014 from October 8-11, 2014 at the Cincinnati Hilton Netherlands Plaza Hotel in Cincinnati, Ohio. For information about the ACR Conference 2104 and all the sessions, presenters, events and registration go to www.acrannualconference.org . See you in Cincinnati!
Impasse IS a Fallacy: Lee Jay Berman discusses his Session at ACR Conference 2014 on Wednesday, October 8 from 1:45-5pm and outlines his "call to action". Why a call to action? Within Lee Jay's approach and focus for his session, he will break down the assumptions about impasse regardless of the nature of the dispute or the high conflict of the parties in: commercial; corporate; workplace; local, domestic or international disputes; schools; family; and amongst any other dispute contexts. His call to action is a means whereby new and experienced mediators can learn from Lee Jay and each other different ways of approaching, managing and resolving conflict with early conflict assessment, detailed information gathering, conflict re-frames and other ways to create resolution opportunities and overcome high disputant conflict that makes impasse the fallacy it is. His session will bring a sharpening of tools already in a mediator's toolbox, the creation of other tools to add to that tool-box so that mediator effectiveness and efficiency is enhanced. This is an interactive session where all can help and learn from each other so all can do their best work possible with the best tools while ensuring high conflict disputants are treated with respect, dignity and regard in reducing the conflict and ensuring impasse remains only a fallacy.
Join Lee Jay and all the other great presenters at ACR Conference 2014 from October 8-11, 2014 at the Cincinnati Hilton Netherlands Plaza Hotel in Cincinnati, Ohio. For information and registration go to www.acrannualconference.org . See you in Cincinnati!
On this week's ScreenPicks Movie Show, we review four new films. First, we'll review the new teen film based on the Lois Lowry book The Giver. Then we'll look at the new comedy Let's Be Cops. That's followed by Aubrey Plaza's latest effort Life After Beth. And we'll finish with Frank.
Darrell Puls and Stephanie Hixon speak about ACR Conference 2014 Workshop Session: Rebuilding Harmony in Houses of Worship: Resolving Conflicts in Religious Communities. The Session can accommodate 25-50 registrants. It is an opportunity to learn and work with others in testing and incorporating different approaches to resolving congregational conflicts, as another form of organizational conflict, to reduce disharmony and keep intrinsic harmony in the forefront in a stimulating, informative and integrative approach. It is an opportunity to think, apply, practice and develop skills.
Join the Session presenters, Stephanie and Darrell, along with David Brubaker, Richard Fincher and Craig Gilliam on Saturday, October 11, 2014 from 8:45 am to 5 pm and all the other Conference 2014 presenters at ACR Conference 2014 at the Cincinnati Hilton Netherlands Plaza Hotel from October 8-11, 2014. For complete Conference 2014 information and specifically for the Workshop go to: www.acrannualconference.org . See you in Cincinnati.
Conflict Coaching for Special Educators and Parents of Children with Special Needs: Tricia Jones gives an overview of this exciting Workshop at ACR Conference 2014. This interactive and integrative Workshop will teach a model for peer-to-peer (parent to parent, teacher to teacher) problem-solving conversations that build relationships and enhance collaboration in special education conflicts. Piloted by the Pennsylvania Department of Education in 2013-2014, Peer Conflict Coaching is an exciting addition to the range of collaborative processes for special education conflicts. The Workshop will use video examples, role plays, and feedback from expert conflict coaches. Continuing education credits (CEC's) are available. Registration is limited so register early to secure your place in this forward-thinking approach to assisting all who are engaged by and working with children with special needs.
Join Trisha and all the other great presenters at ACR Conference 2014 from October 8-11, 2014 at the Cincinnati Hilton Netherlands Plaza Hotel in Cincinnati, Ohio. For information and registration go to www.acrannualconference.org . See you in Cincinnati!
Patricia Porter, Melissa Marosy and Debra Healy speak about "When It's Not Just a Personality Conflict: Effective Interventions into Workplace Bullying", their session at ACR Conference 2014. Listen as they describe their session during which they will address: the importance of accurately assessing workplace conflict; determining the most effective model of intervetion based on the circumstances; and appopriate and effective interventions into situations involving abrasive, aggressive and/or abusive behavior.
Join Patricia, Melissa, Debra and all the the other great presenters at ACR Conference 2014 from October 8-11, 2014 at the Cincinnati Hilton Netherlands Plaza Hotel in Cincinnati, Ohio. For information and registration go to www.acrannualconference.org . See you in Cincinnati!
Tara Fishler speaks about her session at ACR Conference 2014: "I Can Dis-Able Bullies!" Scheduled for Friday, October 10, 2014 from 3:30-5pm.
In this session, participants will learn how to stop bullying, especially for children with special needs. Her workshop will enable attendees to improve their "I's" - How to Identify, Intervene and Include, particularly for our most vulnerable children. Tara's tips and practice will address not only becoming an ally to children with special needs but to all persons who are bullied in any setting including businesses, schools, or any environment where bullying is problematic.
Join Tara and all the other great presenters at ACR Conference 2014 from October 8-11, 2014 at the Cincinnati Hilton Netherlands Plaza Hotel in Cincinnati, Ohio. For information and registration go to www.acrannualconference.org . See you in Cincinnati!
Artie Hoffman has been a master-level psychic/medium and spiritual adviser for over two decades, and has helped change the lives of thousands of individuals who have turned to him. His strong faith and natural intuitiveness, coupled with his ability to provide emotional understanding, makes him the preeminent spiritual therapist with foresight.
A nationally renowned speaker, healer, and radio personality, Artie’s weekly radio show, Angels and Answers, gives listeners a chance to connect with him. People call in to discuss a variety of topics from love and relationships, career/finances, and family life, to communicating with their deceased loved ones. Due to his enormous popularity and amazing accuracy with listeners, Artie has also been a featured regular on NJ 101.5, Cat Country 107.3 and Buzz Radio.
Artie has performed his spiritual shows throughout the United States, has performed at Trump Plaza in Atlantic City numerous times pleasing his audience and was booked to perform at the Palace of Versailles in France. His seminars and workshops are always well attended, drawing a large number of people wanting to gain insight and advice, and to help better themselves.
His clients include some of the top personalities in the movie, music and television industry, as well as sports figures and athletes, and prominent political figures. Artie conducts his one-on-one private readings at his office or over the phone, as well as doing group parties and corporate events around the country
Artie continues to hone his ability to help those discover their essential selves so that they can make healthy and positive changes in their lives. He also offers psychic development classes to foster the early stages of a budding psychic’s path. Artie teaches his pupils to let go of fear, trust in one’s “gut” instinct, and learn how to tap into your higher self
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