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Today we're going to share some powerful audio from Rev. Cedric Hatcher, who recently went before a City Council Meeting and shared his thoughts on homosexual activity in front of children. Then we're going to hear a short interview, CNN host Chris Cuomo did with Chief Justice of Alabama, Judge Roy Moore about the upcoming battle of counterfeit marriage before the Supreme Court and the laws in Alabama regarding the counterfeit marriage of homosexuals and lesbians.
Today's episode is sponsored in part by The Chronopticus Chronicles.
On the day before the opening ceremony for the Winter Olympics in Sochi, we talk with The Nation sports editor Dave Zirin about the politics and LGBT issues surrounding Russia and the Winter Games.
Today's episode is brought to you by AT&T. Mobilizing Your World.
If 2014 was the year of the LGBT athlete on Outsports, 2015 is becoming the year of the Christian college. Just this past week two stories have developed that again put the policies and practices of religious institutions in the spotlight. Hours after dismissing a priest for supporting the NOH8 campaign, Seton Hall signed openly gay basketball player Derrick Gordon, leaving many to wonder about double standards and how Gordon will be treated by students, faculty and administrators at the devout Christian college.
While the policy has been around for at least a year, the student-athlete handbook at LeTourneau University has come under the spotlight. The handbook bans gay athletes from dating, and it prohibits any athlete from publicly supporting same-sex marriage.
All the while, these colleges are allowed to reap the benefits and rewards of membership in the NCAA, which claims to support diversity and inclusion.
As we learn at TheCenterPS.org, "The story of The Center (also known as The LGBT Community Center of The Desert) is one of success. This vibrant organization is undergoing a dramatic expansion to better serve our seniors, to embrace the diversity of our Valley, to build camaraderie, to provide wellness and social services – and to enrich the lives of the LGBT community. The magnitude of commitment to The Center’s mission in this community is striking. Through the contributions of our members, volunteers, donors, business partners, board and staff, we are addressing urgent needs of hunger, depression, isolation and building a community center that brings people together for health, for wellness, for socializing, for FUN and for a broad array of shared interests."
On May 21st, 2015, at the beautiful home of Palm Springs City Council Candidate Geoff Kors and his husband, Palm Springs Unified School Board Member James Williamson, The Center's Executive Director Mike Thomspon addressed existing and future members of The Center's Ocotillo Club (major donors) about how far the organization has come, and where it's headed. They say, "Be a part of this success story as it unfolds. Join us...You are welcome here."
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The only radio show dedicated to the issues of loss and grief.
Today's converstion will focus on "transitional grief". Sometimes we experience grief, not because of a loss, but becaues of an ending or a change.
Traditionally June is the time when we celebrate important transitions such as graduations, weddings, new jobs.
We will look at these experiences and see the the hidden grief that exists and why sometimes celebrations are not always considered "happy"
Roni Jenkins will be our guest speaker. Please dial in at 347-215-7010. or click the link at : http://www.blogtalkradio.com/womenwhorockwithsuccess/2015/05/29/revitalizing-your-business-through-time-management.
Roni D. Jenkins, is the CEO of Envision Tomorrow Now, LLC. A seasoned career & transition coach, psychotherapist, entrepreneur, author, Veronica helps accomplished career professionals struggling get back on track with work/life balance. They release the frustration as she helps them address issues and create strategies for effective time management, goal setting, career planning, and that elusive, “What’s Next?” She’s also the host of a wildly successful monthly virtual lunch and learn series, “Act Like A Lady, Lead Like A Lady”™ as well as the author of the e-book entitled, “When To Walk Away From A Job That No Longer Serves You.” Although Roni has many accomplishments, it hasn’t always been a smooth transition. She has undergone the up and down rollercoaster of both success and failure. She endured the frustrations of financial setbacks caused by an unfulfilled and barely paying career and found herself on the verge of giving up many times and even questioning her purpose. But her strong faith in God has enabled her to survive the storms. Now, she helps others do the same. A certified coach, Roni holds graduate degrees in both Clinical and Counseling Psychology. She is known by many to be thought-provoking and straight to the point when delivering her message. What excites her most is helping others to live the life they have envisioned.
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11. Recomienda todas estas cosas y enséñalas.
12. No dejes que te critiquen por ser joven. Trata de ser el modelo de los creyentes por tu manera de hablar, tu conducta, tu caridad, tu fe y tu vida irreprochable.
Mientras tu andes bien olvida lo demas, demuestrale al mundo que tu si puedes crecer,madurar, superar y sobre todo triunfar en esta vida aunque seas de 20 o 120.....QUE VIVA LA FE, LA ESPERANZA Y El AMOR.
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!
Some of the first ways we learn about relationship dynamics are observing the relationships we grew up seeing, like the ones of our parents or guardians. Many times, we tend to believe our parent’s relationships or the relationship we had with them should be the outline of what a relationship should be and often times we end up mirroring similar qualities in our own romantic relationships. After all, learning starts at home, right? While it’s the norm to hear that women have daddy issues and men have mommy issues that is not always the case. Both men and women can have issues with both parents instead of one over the other. Negative relationships with a man and his father can impact him greatly as do a woman and her mother. For example, if a man didn’t have his father around to teach him how to be a man or if he grew up in a household watching his father abuse his mom, he may think physical abuse is a way to show ‘love’. So the issue remains, if a woman or man has mommy or daddy issues---can that delay them from finding ‘the one’? Men, if you found out your lady or woman of interest showed signs of having mommy-daddy issues will you continue to pursue her? But, if you truly found ‘the one’ and they had mommy-daddy issues wouldn’t you overlook it? Realistically, we all come with baggage; it’s finding ‘the one’ who is worth being with and how serious their baggage can impact your relationship. Find out what After Hourz have to say about parental issues and relationships! We want to hear from you! Listen! Call in! Share!
KaliSara is back from assignment and will share some of her experiences from Heartland Pagan Festival. RevKess has been keeping an eye on the news and has seen a lot of things that might make it into the program. Everything from political issues in the United States and elsewhere around the globe to Pagan news and events that have caught his attention.
Catch up on the news from a Pagan perspective, or two or three or four, and tune into PWN for updates on the 2015 festival season, the newest releases in music and books, as well as find out about some upcoming and current fundraising events online for musicians, authors, and recognized names in the Pagan community.
This is Beyond the Airwaves: The Infinity Project, where we go beyond the mainstream media and tackle issues that don't seem so important to the major networks.
As Oddball Extreme endures another night of classes, the rest of the team will provide a total free-for-all on Thursdays, providing stories, reviews, anything. Be careful, there could even be a rant rocket going off at any time. Anything really can happen in this hour!
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Ikari Chaos-San is the founder and creator. Shirley is truly the Oddball Extreme. Tim is our resident Tokusatsu and paranormal expert. Janet is our resident Arizona Magician. Heather is Queen Kitty Serenity. Mike the King of Hearts is our video game wizard. We'll also have guest appearances by our friends from the MAD HOUSE, so come and listen in!
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Join Alex Primo and Asha Zuri Thursday May 28th at 9 pm EST as we dissect, debate, and discuss the secret that Black folks don't talk about ... Depression in our community.
One in ten Americans will be affected by some form of Depression during their lifetime, usually caused by a major life event such as divorce, unemployment, poor health, or a death in the family. And depression is fast becoming a worldwide issue for the health industry.
How does this affect Black America specifically? Well, it has been noted by researchers that those living in poverty, us, are two and a half times more likely to experience depression. Additionally, 90% of Black males who suffer from this condition seek no treatment. On top of that women are more likely to experience depression than men, so consequently that means that Black women are suffering the most from this ailment.
“I’ve tried to commit suicide over 15 times. I have the scars on my arms of wanting to kill myself and not even know why,” said 45-year-old Tracey Hairston, a member of the health center who has bipolar disorder.
A report published by researchers at the University of Wisconsin-Madison found that poverty, parenting, racial and gender discrimination put Black women — particularly low-income Black women — at greater risk for major depressive disorder (MDD).
Now that we know the problem, let's talk solutions brothers and sisters.
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