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"Why does the CDC own a patent on Ebola 'invention'?" thanks to Dr. Carley http://www.naturalnews.com/046290_Ebola_patent_vaccines_profit_motive.html
Jon Rappaport on Ebola and the "Secret War Against The Human Race". bit.ly/WXEK0Q
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Special Guest Host, Michele J. Rolle, is a Chief Mammography Technologist at a prominent Obstetrics and Gynecology practice, which she has represented in television, radio and print interviews. She has been compassionately educating women about breast health for more than 25 years. Michele has recently debuted her memoir, Invisible Warrior, an inspiring narrative that lays bare the struggles of her youth in the New York City projects and follows her into a triumphant adulthood.
Michele will be interviewing Kelly Hickok, who served eight years on the Virginia Board for People with Disabilities and currently sits on the Community Integration Advisory Commission to provide input to the Governor on issues impacting the lives of individuals with disabilities. Kelly is also a member of the elite National ADA Leadership Network. After spending 20 years as an architectural consultant relating to Accessibility and the ADA, Kelly is now the Community Services Manager for Resources for Independent Living.
Workshops mentioned in the show: Empowerment To Prevent Institutionalization - contact Kelly Hickok at email@example.com. Chronic Disease Self Management-You Can Live Well Virginia - contact Joan Welch at firstname.lastname@example.org
The Authentic Woman is a weekly radio show, hosted by women's rights leader Shannon Fisher. This podcast is owned by the Authors on the Air Global Radio Network LLC. Thanks to our sponsor and website professional Michael Lowndes at www.pmlmedia.com.
Join F.A.M blogtalkradio on Thursday July 10th as we host a discussion on "FIHTING INSTITUTIONALIZATION: THE WEEDS THAT CHOKE OFF THE SEEDS OFTHE MOVEMEN
HR 3717 if passed will be a disaster for people involved with psychiatry--an elimination of protection and advocacy, alternatives, and a mandate for every state to have an involuntary outpatient commitment law. Please call in to share your thoughts.
Human rights violations are routinely committed by psychiatry, including forced drugging, electroshock, restraints, seclusion, and aversives. Institutionalization itself is a violation.
People's hopes and dreams are ripped away from them, diagnosed as delusional, and left to live a life of poverty. We can do better. We must.
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Join us Thursday, February 6, 2014 at 7:00 p.m. (cst) for a Free Alabama Movement blogtalk radio special hosted by Ivan Kilgore, chairman of the United Family Scholarship Foundation and author of Domestic Genocide: The Institutionalization of Society. Guest speakers include Dr. Mustafa Ansari, Dean of Students at the American Institute of Human Rights and Ms. Elaina Porter, educator and advocate of human rights. DON'T MISS IT! It's going to be an all exclusive show on just how it is the criminal justice system is being used to disenfranchise Black youth and how this institutionalized process boarders on a human rights issue given the fact that criminogenic conditions are purposefully being created to entrap many of these young men. (Dial 646-716-4936 to join in or listen in online at blogtalkradio/freealabamamovement.com)
Free Alabama Movement blogtalk radio special hosted by Ivan Kilgore, chairman of the United Family Scholarship Foundation and author of Domestic Genocide: The Institutionalization of Society. Guest speakers include educator Mr. Tracy Mitchell of the Oakland, California Unified School District and Mr. Dorian Johnson social entrepreneur and consultant for prisoner reentry educational programs. DON'T MISS IT! It's going to be an all exclusive show on the school-to-prison pipeline and prisoner education much needed for gainful employment upon release. (Dial 646-716-4936 to join in or listen in online at blogtalkradio/freealabamamovement.com)
FREE ALABAMA MOVEMENT blogtalkradio Show will host a "ROUNDTABLE" discussion on May 19, 2014, at 7:00 p.m. (cst). Join the event by dialing 646-716-4936, or listen online @ blogtalkradio/FREE ALABAMA MOVEMENT. Panelist will include Author Mr. Ivan Kilgore of the provocative new book, "Domestic Genocide: Institutionalization of Society"; Mr. Von Vandem P. Hinton, President of Vandem Productions and Producer of the documentary "VICTIMS OF MISFORTUNE"; Mr. Melvin Ray, Founder of FREE ALABAMA MOVEMENT and Author of the book "Free Alabama Movement" and Executive Director of the documentary "FREE ALABAMA MOVEMENT"; and Mr. Ronald M. Curry, Non-Violence and Peace Activist and F.AM. Supporter".
On The Bright Side - 8-9pm LIVE! In this episode, Janie and jerry interview Peg Watts about her overcoming blindness and the book she authored. In addition, special Mother's day Clips and Our tech talk Tony will continue our ios journey with adding contacts in our devices
The Kovacs Perspective - 9-10pm LIVE! Elliot Katz is going to talk to Steve about what he thinks women are really looking for in a man, and aren't finding. Thelma Wheatley will discuss the ongoing problems of the institutionalization and forced sterilization of our most vulnerable citizens.
Raising children who have been abused or neglected is different from raising children who have not experienced trauma. Host Dawn Davenport will interview Dr. Karyn Purvis, author of The Connected Child and Director of the Institute of Child Development at Texas Christian University, about how abuse, neglect and institutionalization affects children in the short term and long term, and what parenting techniques work for these children from hard places.
Blog summary of the show and highlights can be found here:
Blog summary of the show
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This week's guest is Amy Cavanaugh who will be talking with us about The Final Words Project and her work with Raymond Moody-especially his unpublished work-The Logic of Nonsense. She will also be doing Channel Surfing readings for live callers. It's a lot to explain, you'll just have to listen for yourself.
Amy is a "heaventologist" and a mermaid living on the Atlantic Ocean in sunny Florida. Breast cancer followed by the loss of several loved ones sent her on a quest for knowledge resulting in a spiritual awakening as well as a realization that she had special intuitive gifts and now is a volunteer Hospice Chaplain as well as a popular psychic know for giving readings using TV remotes, billboards and clouds. She says that by using these everyday objects she can reinforce the idea that messages come from everywhere and everything.
Amy's passion is to take the "woo woo" out of spirituality. Her facebook page, Awakening Claire she provides practical tools for developing one's intuition and her death and dying webpage -The Coiste Bodhar is designed to end the institutionalization of death and dying in our culture.
Amy is donating one reading and a copy of Raymond Moody's book Life After Life - Donate at least $5 at FeedingSpirit.com and be entered to win!
RIB Radio talks with actress Mikala Gibson
Presently Mikala is working on her one woman show, I Surrender. She is excited about her most recent projects, Wolf, which is currently on itunes for purchase and Dawn… A woman who is recently released from prison struggles to readjust to life on the outside, while suffering with severe institutionalization.
The State of Prisons
Prisoners in the United States and elsewhere have always confronted a unique set of contingencies and pressures to which they were required to react and adapt in order to survive the prison experience. However, over the last several decades — beginning in the early 1970s and continuing to the present time — a combination of forces have transformed the nation's criminal justice system and modified the nature of imprisonment.The challenges prisoners now face in order to both survive the prison experience and, eventually, reintegrate into the freeworld upon release have changed and intensified as a result.
The Nature of Institutionalization
The adaptation to imprisonment is almost always difficult and, at times, creates habits of thinking and acting that can be dysfunctional in periods of post-prison adjustment. Yet, the psychological effects of incarceration vary from individual to individual and are often reversible. To be sure, then, not everyone who is incarcerated is disabled or psychologically harmed by it. But few people are completely unchanged or unscathed by the experience. At the very least, prison is painful, and incarcerated persons often suffer long-term consequences from having been subjected to pain, deprivation, and extremely atypical patterns and norms of living and interacting with others.
Social withdrawal and isolation.
Some prisoners learn to find safety in social invisibility by becoming as inconspicuous and unobtrusively disconnected from others as possible. The self-imposed social withdrawal and isolation may mean that they retreat deeply into themselves, trust virtually no one, and adjust to prison stress by leading isolated lives of quiet desperation. In extreme cases, especially when combined with prisoner apathy and loss of the capacity to initiate behavior on one's own, the pattern closely resembles that of clinical depression.
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