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  • 01:00

    Shhhh! Sad, Shocking and Sexy ~ childood abuse

    in Self Help

    Shhhh! Sad, Shocking and Sexy (re childhood abuse) with author Kelly Flook


    "Shhhh! is a sad, shocking and sexy story about what happened to a child born into an upper-class, Southern farm family when she didn't 'act like a lady.' In 1940 her father married his maid - twenty-seven years his junior. He was a proud 'ole peacock. She was his young hen. Her mother lived to be the 'proper wife,' the 'proper mother.' They were to be 'ladies.' Mother was. Kelly's sister was. She wasn't.


    Her book is for the 39 million survivors of childhood sexual abuse reported at the end of the 20th century living in the USA alone. This is an invitation for those who suffer to begin healing. 


    For more information visit: http://www.kellyflook.com/

  • 00:56

    THE CULTURE w/ Seven Mitchell

    in Entertainment

    JOIN US TONIGHT FOR ANOTHER FIRE DEBATE. COP A TIER/DROP A TEAR SEGMENT FEATURING ILL WILL. 


    ALSO..


     


    -Recap of NWX vs MARV/QUEST


    -Final Round Update


     


    Seven Mitchell 


    T7M RADIO 

  • 03:54

    INGIRWA MASHYAKA UTWANA TWA FPR TURASHAKA KAGAME & NGO INTERAHAMWE ZIRAREKEREJE

    in Politics Progressive

    Abayobozi b’imitwe ya Politiki ikorera mu Rwanda babwiye intumwa za rubanda ko bashyigikiye ko hakurwaho umubare wa manda ntarengwa ku Mukuru w’Igihugu mu Itegeko Nshinga kugira ngo abaturage bajye bakomeza kwihitiramo umuyobozi babona ubabereye.


    No to third term


    But Frank Habineza, the chairperson of the Democratic Green Party of Rwanda, did not agree with other party leaders, arguing that Article 101 should be maintained to enable a healthy succession in power.


    Also, most political parties also said that a mandate of seven years be maintained for the head of state but leaders of the Social Democratic Party (PSD) and the Democratic Union of the Rwanda People asked for the mandate to be reduced to five years.

  • 01:21

    Grandfather Mazatzin Aztekayolokalli: Kickapoo/Chichimeca Aztek Cosmologist

    in Religion

    Mazatzin Casas Acosta, of Kickapoo and Chichimeca First Nations descent, devotes his life’s work to understanding and sharing the teachings of his culture, and in particular the Aztek Cosmology. He is a founding Board Member of the new International First Nations Academy; a member of the Frente Nacional Mexicano Pro Derechos Humanos; and a Peace Ambassador for the United Nations. For over 23 years he’s learned from many teachers from Mexico who had intensively studied the pre and post-Hispanic ‘codices’ and records as well as modern investigators. He also performed extensive independent research concerning the Olmek-Toltek-Maya-Zapotek-Mixtek-Aztek calendar system, along with 7 years of Astronomical Zenith confirmation of their relationship.


    He is presently in collaboration with the Institute of Astronomy at the Universidad Nacional Autónoma de Mexico, UNAM, on the Aztek Calendar. His contributions to the application and use of the units of time have been reviewed by many other recognized scholars and traditional authorities such as the Supreme Nahuatl Counsel, who corroborate the importance of his work. He is recognized as a Tonalpouki… keeper and interpreter of the calendar count.


    He met and meets with Elders, Teachers and calendar keepers from Onondaga (Canada) to Machu Picchu (Peru); from the Rain Forest of Brazil to the Valley of Anauak, Mexiko Tenochtitlan (aka Mexico City), to Los Angeles, California. The Aztekayolokalli team’s research helped to re-ignite the ceremonial fires of the 2nd Zenith passage of the Sun through sacred observatories in the past seven years. Every summer from July 25 to July 29 Mazatzin has led a group to the pyramid observatories in Teotiuakan, Mexiko Tenochtitlan, Malinalko, Tepoztlan and Xochikalko; confirming that the Aztek Calendar Day symbols correspond on Zenith observations dates to archaeological sites and to the ancient codices (Borgia).

  • Alzheimer's Caretaker, Dr. Nate Hare talks about journey wife Dr.Julia Hare

    in Family

    The Gist of Freedom is asking you to join us as we support Dr. Nathan Hare and his wife as they struggle with Alzheimer's. http://www.gofundme.com/Let-Her-Be-Free


     "Dr. Julia Hare has been living with Alzheimer’s for several years and was she was recently diagnosed with the End Stage of the condition. Her health providers refused to treat her on an outpatient basis without confinement ( if you are determined to leave and expressly “go home,” they label you a “wanderer” and lock the door.  When I would go to see her in her locked situation, at the end of the visiting hour I would have to conspire with the staff to distract her in order for me to ease out the door and slip away without her. On the other side of the slamming door, secured by the loud click of the prison-like lock, I would hear her realizing my exit and banging on the door and calling my namel.”

    I took a physician and a lawyer as well as a retired judge and with me and went out and brought her home. Almost as soon as we got home she was getting better.

    Although most of her medical costs are now being paid by her health insurance company, the cost of caregivers is staggering and relentless.

    Four years ago when we were undeniably blindsided by this diabolical and incurable condition, several persons suggested that I let it be known and accept donations to help preserve the freedom and dignity of the proud and inimitable lady I promised, fifty-seven years ago, to protect and “To Love and to Cherish”.

    I am now following their advice and posting this donation request. Although we are advised by the Good Book to share and share alike, keep in mind that it’s the little things that count and, as one of Aesop's fables reminds us, no act of kindness, no matter how small, is ever wasted."

  • 02:01

    Pennsylvania Probate Abuse: Genevieve's story

    in Parents

    Hosted by Marti Oakley & Debbie Dahmer


    Guest:  Mary Bush


    Genevieve Bush lost her husband to a stroke in June 2004, what was to follow his death was nothing she could have ever prepared herself for, although she tried she has now become the victim of guardianship abuse.


     In 2005 my mom removed the POA my brothers obtained in 2004 having both parents sign estate plans and wills they wrote and assigned themselves after my father's stroke. Mom sued the brothers for return of monies they moved to themselves in 2007. The brothers disappearing out of our lives after winning the 2007 suit then returned at the end of 2009 filing a lawsuit on both mom and me to obtain guardianship over mom. The court used this petition in its own wish to mend a broken family by awarding guardianship to myself and back to the sons mom removed Through now over seven years of non stop court hearings during which the court in 2011 stripped my mom of all her rights she has now been taken from her home and held in a facility since May 18th without a hearing. The Department of Aging claimed due to conflicts arising in moms care, was in danger and had to be removed from her home.


    Since being removed mom has been injured in the facility, she has been diminished, isolated and restricted from walking and even going outside. The Emergency involuntary commitment hearing has been scheduled for August 24th.. There are also other court hearings and filings surrounding this guardianship still active in others courts not yet finalized.


     

  • 03:55

    INGIRWA MASHYAKA UTWANA TWA FPR TURASHAKA KAGAME & NGO INTERAHAMWE ZIRAREKEREJE

    in Politics Progressive

    Abayobozi b’imitwe ya Politiki ikorera mu Rwanda babwiye intumwa za rubanda ko bashyigikiye ko hakurwaho umubare wa manda ntarengwa ku Mukuru w’Igihugu mu Itegeko Nshinga kugira ngo abaturage bajye bakomeza kwihitiramo umuyobozi babona ubabereye.


    No to third term


    But Frank Habineza, the chairperson of the Democratic Green Party of Rwanda, did not agree with other party leaders, arguing that Article 101 should be maintained to enable a healthy succession in power.


    Also, most political parties also said that a mandate of seven years be maintained for the head of state but leaders of the Social Democratic Party (PSD) and the Democratic Union of the Rwanda People asked for the mandate to be reduced to five years.


     


     


     

  • 01:00

    Dreamvisions 7 Radio Podcast with Dr. Emmett Miller

    in Spirituality

    Conversations with Extraordinary People with Dr. Emmett Miller


    Women Healers of the World~ A Conversation with Holly Bellebuono


     


    In recent years there has been a dramatic emergence of many different natural approaches to healing. Along with this has come a heightened fascination with herbal remedies, especially as they appear in fields such as acupuncture, yoga and aromatherapy. Our guest today is Holly Bellebuono, director of the award-winning Vineyard Herbs Teas & Apothecary on Martha’s Vineyard and The Bellebuono School of Herbal Medicine, which offers training and certification in Community Herbalism. She will take us on a tour through some of her discoveries during the seven years she spent traveling and interviewing women from all over the globe, their plights, their fears and their achievements. Holly has produced an absolutely beautiful book entitled Women Healers Of The World – The Traditions, History, and Geography of Herbal Medicine, a glorious full-color world tour that offers us an intimate look into the stories, challenges and triumphs of an impressive collection of truly remarkable women – herbalists and healers – past and present.The women she presents range from simple healers of the mountains of Peru to a Jordanian Princess – physicians such as Dr. Low Dog, a Native American and even Susan Weed who has been a favorite here on Conversations With Extraordinary People.


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  • 00:15

    Seven vital principles

    in Lifestyle

    In order to experience the fullness of the blessing of The Lord  we must learn how to walk and abide in the principles of Gods word. These principles will enhance our spiritual and moral growth as Kingdom Citizens. 2Peter Chapter one

  • 00:32

    Jeffrey Reynolds, the FCA help 20,000 people yearly this is how you can help

    in Self Help

    Family & Children’s is a not-for-profit agency helping nearly 20,000 of our neighbors each year. For more than 130 years, we have worked to protect and strengthen vulnerable children, seniors, families and communities on Long Island.


    Through an integrated network of services and counseling, Family & Children’s provides help and hope to underserved and disadvantaged individuals struggling to build better lives. We offer Addiction Treatment and Behavioral Health Services; Educational Opportunities and Life Skills for Youth; Strategies for Building Family Success; Counseling, Services and Support for Adults and Seniors; Shelter and Services for Homeless Youth, Adults and Veterans; and Innovative Approaches to Strengthening Communities.


    An experienced, dynamic and committed public health professional, Dr. Jeffrey L. Reynolds is the President and Chief Executive Officer of Family and Children’s Association (FCA), based in Mineola, NY. Since it began as an orphanage more than 130 years ago, Family and Children’s Association (FCA) has been committed to caring for Long Island’s vulnerable children, youth, seniors and families while helping them prepare for successful futures. The organization offers community-based programs for struggling families, at-risk adolescents, vulnerable seniors, and adults challenged by substance abuse. Today, FCA is one of Long Island’s largest health and human organizations with an annual budget of $22 million, 330 staff, 200 volunteers and 30+ programs

  • 00:14

    Major General Glenn Lesniak shares role of Army Reserves

    in Lifestyle

    From the halls of Congress to the chambers of our state houses, legislators are discussing the future of the American military and the resources needed to defend our nation at home and our interests abroad.


    JOINING US NOW TO DISCUSS THE RESERVES’ OVERALL ROLE IS DEPUTY CHIEF OF THE ARMY RESERVE MAJOR GENERAL GLENN LESNIAK, WHO YESTERDAY ADDRESSED THE MILITARY AND VETERANS AFFAIRS TASK FORCE DURING THE NATIONAL CONFERENCE OF STATE LEGISLATURES.


    WHAT WAS YOUR MESSAGE TO THE TASK FORCE?


     


    WHAT ROLE DOES THE RESERVE PLAY IN OUR NATION’S SECURITY AND IN DISASTER RESPONSE?


     


    WITH BUDGET RESTRAINTS A REALITY, JUST HOW COST EFFECTIVE ARE THE ARMY RESERVES AND WHAT POSITIVE ECONOMIC IMPACT DOES THE RESERVE HAVE ON LOCAL COMUNITIES?


     


    WHAT DIFFERENTIATES AN ARMY RESERVE PERSON FROM THE REST OF THE POPULATION?


     


    HOW WOULD YOU SUGGEST WE LEARN MORE ABOUT THE ARMY RESERVES?


     


    The U.S. Army Reserve and its contribution to our nation can hardly be understated.  But does anyone really know the true extent of the roles carried out by these brave men and women?  As the threat of domestic terrorism grows, it is the Army Reserve that helps to provide an unflinching presence in our national security.  When natural disasters hit communities both within our borders and worldwide, the Army Reserve can respond with supplies and aid. 


     


     


    Major General Glenn Lesniak, Deputy Chief of the Army Reserve, discusses the role of the Army Reserve, key issues facing the future of our nation’s military, and what this may mean for states that have a major military presence. Major General Glenn J. Lesniak assumed the position as the Deputy Chief of the Army Reserve at the Pentagon in October 2014 and has served for more than 38 years.