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November 17, our guest is Sharon Harmon, Executive Director of the Oregon Humane Society, founded in 1868. OHS is the only organization in Oregon with police powers for the investigation of cruelty cases. Sharon will discuss the many programs it offers the community, their committment to 100% adoption, and their cruelty investigations.
We'll explore how humane education can change the way we think about education, and why developing solutionaries can help us create more good and less harm in our communities. Our guest is Zoe Weil, co-founder and president of the Institute for Humane Education. For more about Zoe, watch her TEDx talk on "The World Becomes What You Teach" and read her book, Most Good, Least Harm: A Simple Principle for a Better World and Meaningful Life.
We'll also get a preview from Zoe about the "Educating for a Just, Peaceful & Sustainable Future" Humane Education Conference, coming up in New York City on September 21, the UN International Day of Peace. Keynotes include Zoe, along with Dr. Jane Goodall and Arun Gandhi.
We'll explore why and how humane education is a 21st century skill and philosophy that helps educators and learners create positive choices and solve problems with sustainable, peaceful solutions. Discover how humane education fosters curiosity, creativity and critical thinking, and instills reverence, respect, and responsibility. Our guest is Shawn Sweeney, National Director of Youth Outreach and Engagement at The Jane Goodall Institute, and a graduate of the Institute for Humane Education. We'll also get a preview from Shawn of the "Educating for a Just, Peaceful & Sustainable Future" Humane Education Conference, coming up in New York City on September 21, the UN International Day of Peace. Keynotes include Dr. Jane Goodall, Arun Gandhi and Zoe Weil. Shawn will co-lead a creativity and humane education workshop with "Creativity in Play" co-host Steve Dahlberg.
June 13, 2014 the guest on the show is Kris Smith, Marion County Humane Society. Kris has been a part of animla care her whole life and we will get to know her on a personal level and a business level.
If you have questions for Kris, please email us: email@example.com
This show will air the morning of June 13, 2014, from 7-8.
Although we are a call in show, we have not reached the level we wish to be at to take calls. You can help us by following each episode.
On this broadcast with Annette and Edward Shanahan they will have a guest from the South Suburban Humane Society as they will be hosting a street fair themed fundraiser and adoption event at Bourbon Street in Marionette Park, IL on April 6 from 2-7. Edward Shanahan will be doing readings and introduce at this event his 'Spiritual Birth Aura Graphic. Also during the broadcast Annette will discuss 'Spring' and the beliefs tied to it. Plus some more thoughts by Edward and Annette. Join them! You can find the Facebook Page for Edward Shanahan here.
Dennis, Jeff and susan will be talking about renewable energy vehicles... ones that exist today, ones we are not supposed to know about and ones of the future. please call in with your comments and information! as usual we will drift eventually into a conversation about the economy and the possibility of a human renewable energy measure, hrem, making a more humane economy world wide. we are going to address the 12 most asked questions. and we hope this will produce even more questions! please call in at 347-215-6731.
News Anchor, reporter and mother of 5, Dolly McCarthy, is juggling her career, kids & housework! She's a good friend, a good listener and an all-around good gal! In her "spare time," Dolly produces a weekly radio show for good people. Listen to her every Thursday morning at 9:30 a.m. for lots of good news, good guests and a good laugh! This week, Dolly chats with Rapper, actor and TV host Vanilla Ice, Country Singer Joe Diffie, and country band The Henningsens as well as the Naperville Humane Society, and Naperville Ribfest organizers. Wow! What a show this will be!
I while back I had an interview with Lisa Starr the Public Relations Manger for the Humane Society here in Austin. It was an insightful information as I discovered all of the resources they offer so that people are able to succesfully keep their pets.
I hope you listen to what she had to say!
The St. Tammany Humane Society has been serving St. Tammany parish as the only non-profit, non-governmental animal sheltering and welfare organization for more than 55 years. Our doors opened to the community’s neglected, abandoned and abused pets in 1953 by Holly Frederick Reynolds in memory of her cocker spaniel, Yankee Doodle Dandy, because she truly wanted to make a difference in the lives of these orphaned companions. Today, the mission is the same, but we have several new programs and services in place to do just this-to give these animals a new leash on life; we just need the support of our community to continue the mission and realize our vision.
Mission: To save the life of every adoptable animal in our community through education, adoption and spay/neuter programs.
Vision: To lay the foundation for a no-kill nation.
Virgin Islands animal rescue organizations will get a boon from the chupacabra this summer. Ye Gods! A Tale of Dogs and Demons, the latest novel by former Virgin Islands resident Lynne Hinkey, is a tale of magic and monsters run amok on a Caribbean island. Lynne is donating 100% of the proceeds from ebook sales to animal rescue groups with the Animal Care Center of St. John, St. Thomas Humane Society, and St. Croix Animal Welfare Center benefitting in July, August, and September, respectively. "It's a two-fer deal," Lynne explains. "When you buy Ye God!, you get a good read and do a good deed.
The star of Ye Gods! is the chupacabra (Spanish for "goat-sucker"), a beast that captured the nation's imagination and has made its way into pop culture. Lynne's madcap crime-caper, "a Scooby-Doo meets Murder, She Wrote mash-up," tackles the mythology surrounding the monster with some new and hilarious twist.
Lynne is a "marine scientist by training, author by passion, and curmudgeon by nature." She moved to St. Thomas as a 19-year-old to attend the then College of the Virgin Islands and later worked for the UVI Marine Advisory Service. Her debut novel, Marina Melee, is set on the fictional island of São Jorge, a place that should seem familiar since it's based on St. Thomas. The story of Ye Gods! and the chupacabra was inspired by actual events in Puerto Rico, where Lynne did her doctoral studies at the University of Puerto Rico.
Lynne is available for interviews, book readings and signings, and book club appearances via Skype, phone, or other online venues. Contact her at firstname.lastname@example.org
Today Jeff Beller will be talking with J.W.Smith. This will no doubt be a lively conversation. When kindred spirits meet, sparks will fly and ideas will flow. Please check out J.W's website, The Institute for Cooperative Capitolism Worldwide. ICCW2.org. If you read the home page you will get a good overview of the range of J.W. Smith's thinking. Jeff and J.W. will be discussing economics and how to make it humane and of course that will lead to a huge variety of related subjects. Join the conversation anytime. They want to hear what you are thinking and your questions. 347-215-6731
Human Rights for Prisoners March, hosted by Mary “Loves Justice” Neal
(818)572.2947 at 9pm Pacific
Advocacy for adequate defense, fair trials, drug courts, mental health courts, post-conviction DNA tests, safe and humane incarceration, and successful re-entry.
Advocacy against prisoner abuse, avoidable deaths caused by police and correctional officers, solitary confinement, children tried and sentenced as adults, criminalizing mental illness, inadequate health care, wrongful convictions, law of parties, three-strikes law, enforced prison labor, and capital punishment.
Guests include people who have experienced, or who have specialized knowledge about, prison conditions and overuse of force by police or correctional officers, or any subject related to crime and punishment, including improvements proposed or realized.Contact Mary “Loves Justice” Neal at (678)531-0262, and Rev. Dr. Floyd Harris
MaryLovesJustice@gmail.com also Dr. Harris' email email@example.com