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This is Jeanette Purkis's radio show where she and invited guests talk about all things Autism. Jeanette is an Autistic author, advocate and public speaker and is passionate about empowering people on the Autism spectrum to live fulfilled and positive lives. Jeanette is a keen advocate for inclusion and appropriate support for people with Autism spectrum conditions in such areas as employment, education, parenting and access to health services.
This week, Jeanette is rather excited to be speaking with Autistic author, academic, and amazing advocate Dr Wenn Lawson. Wenn has written a number of books, including 'Sex, Sexuality and the Autism Spectrum', 'Friendships - The Aspie Way', the autobiography, 'Life Behind Glass' as well as many others. Wenn and Jeanette were both featured in the documentary 'Alone in a Crowded Room' and he speaks at conferences around the world. In this show, Jeanette will be speaking with Wenn about Autism, empathy and Theory of Mind and looking at alternate views. This promises to be a great show.
The Real World News team deems it an honor to sit down once again with special guest, retired LAPD Police Sergeant Cheryl Dorsey.
Ms. Dorsey served honorably with the LAPD for twenty-years and is now a highly sought public speaker, author and police expert on important national headlines, regarding abuse under the color of authority. Cheryl Dorsey is the author of her critically acclaimed autobiography, “The Creation of a Manifesto, Black & Blue”, which is available on Amazon (http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00RVDRNRW).
Join the discussion on Tuesday, April 21, 2015, at 5:00pm PST/ 7:00pm CST/ 8:00pm EST, as we continue our conversation concerning the rash of police shootings, which we consider an epidemic, of unarmed civilians, particularly black men.
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Oh, so many of today's questions getting answered!
As we speak: IMF - Iraqi Parliament negotiating, listening to Prime Creator again speaking with them in male Earth body. -- Is General Hamm being replaced by Rand Paul? -- Congress "making deals?" TTP - People were not ready - now, 75% global population changing, awakening, "ready." -- Global cleansing of atmosphere? Oceans? (Hidden boxes in sand) -- He can lift 350 pounds with one arm... who IS he?? -- Why are some Wal*Mart stores closing? - Edward Snowden fear story -- Sananda's New Scriptures vs Autobiography? -- Disappearance of Malaysia Airlines flight MH370? -- Which first: RV? NESARA? -- Jade Helm? -- Why are we having these emergencies right at the finish line? - What follows "giving?" -- HEN Collective working! - How purify our upcoming influx of "dirty" currency? -- If government doesn't Disclose... will the Galactics?? -- WHAT did Abadi and Obama discuss privately during recent DC meeting? -- WHO will speak during Galactic Disclosure? -- Explain "stages" of Ascension into full 12 levels of 5D.
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Tonight we welcome author and Jonestown survivor Laura Johnston Kohl to the show. When 914 members of Peoples Temple and four visiting Americans died in Guyana, South America on November 18, 1978, Laura Johnston Kohl survived. She was one of 87 who lived through the trauma.
After participating with the Black Panthers, and attending Woodstock, Laura moved into Peoples Temple in California in 1970, and was an active and enthusiastic member until the day it ended. She moved to Guyana in March 1977. She frequently traveled between Georgetown and Jonestown, a 24-hour boat ride, but moved into Jonestown in October 1978. Laura’s survival was a fluke.
It took twenty years for Laura to rebuild her life and have the determination to research this tragedy. The first ten years were spent in Synanon. Then, she reunited with many of the other survivors to put the pieces together and to get some understanding. After ten years she wrote her autobiography.
Tonight, 4/15/2015, Host, Psychologist & Certified Natural Healthcare Practitioner Parthenia Izzard talks with Sidney Poitier, author of, The Measure of A Man: A spiritual autobiography. Sign-up For Our Newsletter. Wellness help now! Blood Type specific supplements!
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Her most passionate work thus far is the highly anticipated novel Growing Decisions. Her love for the characters of Growing Decisions can be compared to that of a mother for her children. These were/are her children. She carried them for many years and to be able to share them with the world is surreal. Growing Decisions (Part 2) will be released in early 2016. Talks are in the works to bring this epic tale to the silver screen. She is currently working on her 4th and 5th novels entitled “The Cook Family” and her autobiography “Time of Release.” In addition, to her books, Betty is co-writer and co-director on a pilot TV show entitled Business and Pleasure of New York (working along side CEO Elijah Harmon, Harlemvetz Entertainment and Management, LLC).
ANGELIA VERNON MENCHAN
Angelia Vernon Menchan is an author, publisher and public speaker who owns two publishing companies, MAMM Productions and Honorable Menchan Media. Mrs. Menchan is also a Budget Officer and former Job Corps Counselor. To date she has published 28 full length books of her own work, both fiction and non-fiction and more than 80 ebook novellas on amazon.com. Y
She is becoming a sought after speaker for young women audiences because she speaks honestly, straight and open to the issues that plague them such as teen pregnancy, the importance of education and making life impacting choices.
Kim Floyd of Real Mommies Read, a part of the Spartanburg Public Library says:
Angelia's ability to help our teen moms see themselves as she did was a special gift. She instilled within them a desire to make better choices, take control of their bodies and their lives. They realized their pasts didn't have to determine their futures. Angelia let them know their worth.
Hugh O'Brian, best-known for portraying legendary lawman Wyatt Earp, talks about his acting career as well as HOBY, his successful youth leardership project, in this special episode. O’Brian’s movies include such popular releases as The Shootist, Ten Little Indians, Come Fly with Me, and Twins. With the help of his lovely wife, Virginia, he’s also written a memoir titled Hugh O’Brian, or What’s Left of Him -- just in time to celebrate his 90th birthday on April 19! One of the few remaining classic Western stars, O'Brian has amazing stories of an era in entertainment that there soon will be too few who can share in first person. Friends, family and fans have been encouraging Hugh to finish his autobiography for several years. The book chronicles many never before published stories about Marilyn Monroe, the Marine Corps, living at the House of Seven Garbos, meeting Albert Schweitzer, and being shot between the eyes on the set of The Shootist because the director wanted a film shot without interruption, which wouldn’t allow for the use of a stuntman. O’Brian’s impressive showbiz resume includes 7 Broadway shows, 33 films and 450 television shows. He has a well-deserved star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame and a Golden Globe Award.
Virginia O’Brian, film historian James Colt Harrison, and Classic Movie Guide founder Diana Saenger will also participate in this celebration of Hugh O’Brian’s upcoming 90th birthday. Happy Birthday, Hugh!
Emily Wallace is a motivational speaker and inspirational author of her unforgettable autobiography, Scarred for Life, an inspirational book that illustrates the struggles that she faced during her childhood.
One day in 1980, Emily returned home from her daily learning environment, to find a house filled with nothing but emptiness. Her mother and her siblings were gone without leaving a forwarding address. This was the same day that Emily endured emotional distrust and experienced her childhood being snatched away from her within moments.
After being abandoned by her mother, Emily realized that living on the dangerous streets of a major metropolitan city was a prerequisite to survival. While spending the remaining of her childhood on the streets, Emily experienced hunger that was so bad, it led to her eating out of the city owned garbage cans.
However, hunger was by far not the only horrific thing that Emily encountered as a motherless child struggling to bear with the pressure of being homeless. Aside from experiencing deadly hunger, Emily also faced things ranging from being brutally beaten by a 28 year old to losing her innocence at the age of eleven, after being forcefully raped by 2 grown men.
Scarred for Life narrates Emily's story, along with her thoughts, feelings, and emotions as she tried to succeed surviving on the streets. She tells of sleeping in vacant houses and under porches and experiencing child molestation by her older two brothers. She shares the stories of those who tried to help her and those who would not. Honest and shocking, Scarred for Life provides insight into the actual life of a little homeless girl and the horrors one can experience when living on the streets.
Visit her at http://authortinasmith.weebly.com/
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Lamont Robinson is a professional speaker and author of his autobiography “TransformNational: Journey of a Bastard.”
His book is an inspiring story of how one man overcame the trials of his past from Chicago’s violent West Side to develop a path to personal success, despite countless obstacles that sought to derail him.
Lamont has extensive experience in supplier diversity, overseeing successful supplier diversity programs for large corporations in healthcare and media. He has been quoted in various magazines and newspapers including the Wall Street Journal.
You will learn how to:
Enact transformations to seek success
Use Lamont’s 12 Disciplines to implement your transformation
Use adversities and other obstacles as a driver to succeed
Lamont Robinson was born in Chicago, Illinois. He attended Lower Merion High School in Ardmore, Pennsylvania through the A Better Chance college preparatory program. He then returned to Illinois to attend Lake Forest College, in Lake Forest, Illinois.
After graduating from LFC, he went on to work for the Lake County Forest Preserves while obtaining his MBA from Keller Graduate School of Management.
After receiving his MBA, he moved on to work for Abbott Laboratories in 2000 as a Senior Purchasing Agent. In 2004, Lamont was part of Abbott’s spin-off, Hospira, as a Senior Purchasing Agent and Small Business Liaison Officer.
In 2012, Lamont joined Nielsen as the Vice President of Supplier Diversity. He was honored by MBN magazine as one of the Top 75 Leading Men in Corporate Diversity.
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Tonight's special guest is Mary Romero from Richmond, Virginia, an abuse survivor and Life Coach who specialize in the areas of trauma and abuse. She has written an autobiography, entitled "The Breakdown of an All-American Family: an autobiography of child abuse domestic violence and recovery." She'll soon be coming out with a follow up book, "Repurposing Your Pain," meant to help survivors learn to become thrivers! Stemming from Mary's childhood filled with abuse and domestic violence, Mary started working with the juvenile population over twenty five years ago in an effort to help effect change after working in the legal field. Her dedication and determination to help stop abuses of children and adults alike has made her an expert in her field. Whether dealing with a difficult teenager, dealing with a child that a parent cannot reach or who's being bullied, "I am here to help," writes Mary. "I am a specialist in conflict resolution and communication skills as well as specializing in behaviorally challenged children. I work with local schools and colleges and present workshops to enable our youth to have the proper 'life skills' that are necessary in today's society." Her book, "The Breakdown of an All-American Family," is available through Amazon and through her website. The genuine and authentic nature of her writing stems from a past that allows her to connect with other victims and survivors of childhood trauma.
Host Cyrus Webb welcomes back recording artist George A. Santino to #ConversationsLIVE to discuss the success of GET BACK UP and how it is setting the stage for sharing the story of his life in his autobiography.
Former drug trafficker turned author of Untold Autobiography Rick
Ross alleged that hip-hop is a government weapon.
“I believe that what they’ve done is that they’ve taken hip-hop and made it glorious to be a drug dealer,” explained Ross. “You know when I sold drugs, I hid. I didn’t want anybody to know I sold drugs, but now, they’ve got these guys who’ve never sold drugs.” Ross then brought up how the rapper Rick Ross, who worked as a corrections officer and stole the former drug dealer’s identity.
“The message that it tells our kids is that if you go out, sell drugs, then you can become a great rock star… and never go to prison,” noted Ross. “That’s a false message to be giving people who feel hopeless.”
When asked if he was angry at rapper Rick Ross for stealing his identity, the real Rick Ross says he’s “angry at the whole culture.” Ross says he’s not really upset at the rapper because he doesn’t believe the rapper understands that he’s a pawn in a much larger game.
Ross noted that it’s harder for him to get into schools and teach kids an anti-drug message than it is for a rapper to reach kids.
Freeway Ricky Ross."Crack In The System" which premierd on AlJAEERA, . Yes he will be my guest March 23, 2015 at 6:30PM PST on Let's talk Real talk with Tough cookie. Also I will have a very special co-host Tamika Harper? aka GeorgiaMe to talk to Freeway Ricky Ross for the Atlanta GA. and East coast listeners.