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Is That Discrimination again? What is the current tide of discrimination. Who are winners and losers of discrimination? Does our culture foster discrimination. Is that a quality that is learned and past down from generation to generation. How does today's generation address discrimination. How much progress have we made in the area of discrimination. Even though we have advanced, why does discrimination rears its head with progress. What role does the government play in fostering discrimination? How do we rid of ourselves of discrimination?
As a disabled veteran, you would think that I would have no problem landing a job, girlfriend/wife, or a nice place to live. Not bad returns for good deeds either, but I am sure that everyone has experienced it, and that is discrimination. Discrimination among the mentally ill or physically challenged people happens everyday and is hard to prove. So what is this show all about? It will be about discrimination amongst the mentally ill. Since it is more acceptable to have physical ailments in society, we will leave the people in that category alone, and worry only about discrimination with mentally ill. This will be a 30 minute episode with host Jory and there will be no phonecalls this show.
The term discrimination is too often associated with racism versus disability. In addition, racism and discrimination are frequently related in the U.S. media to the victimization of African-Americans and other Non-White groups by White Americans. As a result, many Disabled Veterans and African-American students with mental/learning or physical disabilities are often overlooked as they face discrimination and the challenges of higher education and workforce success. Dr. Applewhite is joined by Special Guest Professor Kelmer Muhammad (Educator, Entrepreneur, Author) to discuss discrimination and realistic solutions. Mitch Caviness leads Vet2Vet talk with comments and news updates for Student Veterans. Visit whiteappleinstitute.org and click on Radio to donate and listen to archived episodes.This episode is a rerun previously aired in 2013.
A weekly radio RasTafari reasoning rendez-vous.
Topic: Why Is There A Fear & Discrimination Against Educated Black Men?
On this edition of Who We Got Wednesday, we discuss Women as Leaders, Church Discrimination and Education with Pastor Karen Wilson on Who We Got Wednesday!
Pastor Wilson considers herself "trained in the School of Hard Knocks, under the instruction of the Holy Spirit of the living God."
Born in Boston Massachusetts and raised in Washington DC, Pastor Karen Wilson put her Bachelor of Science Degree in Education to work as she taught in the Virginia Beach Public School System for 29 years.
Pastor Wilson was licensed to preach in 1997 and ordained in 2000. Shortly thereafter she assumed pastorship of Temple of Peace in Newport News, VA.
The staff of White Apple Institute offers deepest condolescences to everyone affected by the massacre in South Carolina on June 17, 2015.
The term discrimination is too often associated with racism versus disability. In addition, racism and discrimination are frequently related in the U.S. media to the victimization of African-Americans and other Non-White groups by White Americans. As a result, African-American students with mental/learning or physical disabilities are often overlooked as they face the challenges of higher education and workforce success. Dr. Applewhite is joined by Special Guest Professor Kelmer Muhammad (Educator, Entrepreneur, Author) to discuss discrimination and realistic solutions. Veterans conclude our show with their response to discrimination and news updates for Student Veterans with Mitch Caviness. This show is a rerun that aired previously on Students Discuss the Reality of Discrimination. 12-6-14.Your one-time or monthly recurring tax-deductible donation of $5 or more to White Apple Institute will support our radio broadcasts, and allow us to continue helping Adult Learners/Students and Veterans with disabilities reach their education and workforce goals. Visit http://whiteappleinstitute.org and click on DONATE. Click on RADIO to listen to archived episodes of the Ask Dr. Applewhite (formerly Student2Teacher) Radio Talk Show anytime 24/7.
One would think that Black Women who are Lesbians would be the last to discrimate, especially since we suffer discrimination for just being Black, for being a Black Woman and for being a Black Woman who is also a Lesbian. Discrimination within the Black Lesbian community if VERY much real and causes gaps and wedges in what should be a solid Sisterhood.
Join us as the Cast of Les' Talk and Members of NeoSoul Sistas of KC discuss discrimination within the Black Lesbian Community and discuss the upcoming documentary done by Nneka Onuorah!
The Modesto Chamber of Commerce has used economic discrimination for political power.
It wasn’t long ago that there was a debate about the role of the Chamber of Commerce in Modesto.
There were those who felt that the chamber should certainly involve itself in any issue that would bring business development to the city, but that it should stay clear of endorsing candidates.
With the arrival of land-use attorney George Petrulakis and political consultant, the issue was settled that the chamber should be a political organization9
I think I said it all. Manpower are bigots, and support bigots, in their laptop testing division. He was asked to keep quiet, until today...! Hey, Larena, John, and James; what do you find funny now?!?!? Oh, I have stories.... All in due time....!
In the diverse and multicultural land that America emcompasses, it is sometime difficult to believe that there are so many forms of discrimination that still thrive. Join us as we discuss the multitude of ways that discrimination KNOT only exists, but how it ultimately harms us all. We will discuss multiple kinds of discrimination during this hour. Be prepared!
Houston voters this week overwhelmingly voted to end Houston's equal rights ordinance, which gave non-discrimination protections to LGBT people, among others. With 61% of the vote, it's clear that voters in Houston very much want the ability to discriminate against LGBT people, particularly the T.
Immediately there were calls for the NCAA and NFL to move their upcoming men's Final Four and Super Bowl. Yet both organizations very quickly said, "nah, we're good." Despite both groups doing some work to help end anti-LGBT bias and homophobia in their organizations, the legalization of discrimination in Houston simply wasn't a big deal. What message are they sending to Houstonians and other anti-LGBT groups in other cities? Will they empower other cities to rescind their non-discrimination laws?
Also, Ryan Mizner, a graduate assistant for the Central Michigan Univ. men's basketball team, has come out as gay. He shared his story with Outsports and talked about the support he has received from his team. Another domino falls.
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