• 00:25

    Parent Talk Live: Parent Brief: Fighting for Justice

    in Education

    Join Dr. Mike Robinson, host of Parent Talk Live for this week’s Parent Brief discussion with Danielle M. McFadden and Cary M. Jones, executive officers of the NAACP Collegiate Chapter at the University of Missouri Kansas City about their continued efforts to bring awareness of the death of Michael Brown, Jr. and the role of youth in keeping the fight for justice alive.

    Bio: Danielle McFadden is 21 years old, originally from St. Louis, MO. She is currently a senior at the University of Missouri-Kansas City, where she is studying Business Administration with an emphasis in Finance. 

    Bio: Carly is a graduate of St. Louis Community College - Florissant Valley where she received an Associates of Arts degree in Business Administration and General Transfer Studies. Cary M. Jones is a senior in the Henry W. Bloch School of Management, UMKC studying Business Administration emphasizing in Marketing.

  • 00:26

    Parent Talk Live: Parent Brief

    in Education

    Dr. Mike Robinson, host of Parent Talk Live discussed innovation in schools with Mike Cobb. Mike is the Director of Admissions at The Oakridge School in Texas. He is a former division head, Forever Teacher, and Husband/Father. He is a speaker on 21st Century Innovation in Schools.

  • 00:02

    Parent Brief: What Parents and Educators Can Do To Prepare For The Verdict

    in Education

    Dr. Mike Robinson is joined by Dr. Marva Robinson on today's Parent Brief about the ways parents and educators can do to prepare for the verdict in the shooting death of Michael Brown, Jr. by Ferguson police officer Darren Wilson.


    Dr. Marva M. Robinson is the oldest child of Marva J. Robinson and G. Preston Gridiron. Born to an ambitious mother in St. Louis, Mo, she was quickly exposed to sports, arts, and theatre at a young age. She received her high school diploma from Mary Institute and St. Louis Country Day school and immediately went on to pursue her dream of becoming a Psychologist. She completed her undergraduate studies at Saint Louis University, graduating with magnum cum laude honors. She pursued her doctoral studies in Clinical Psychology at Nova Southeastern University where she graduated with a specialization in Forensics and a focus in Child, Adolescent and Family Psychology.

     She is the proud mother of one son, Preston, whom she credits as her biggest teacher.  While she enjoys the moments of motherhood, she is passionate about her career as a psychologist.  Working full time for a St. Louis based health center, Dr. Robinson continues to work with an underserved population.  However, her passion for forensics, consultation and psychotherapy beyond the walls of her office propelled her to begin her own private practice.

  • 00:30

    Parent Brief: Preparing For The Decision: Ferguson Fight for Justice

    in Education

    Dr. Marva M. Robinson is the oldest child of Marva J. Robinson and G. Preston Gridiron. Born to an ambitious mother in St. Louis, Mo, she was quickly exposed to sports, arts, and theatre at a young age. She received her high school diploma from Mary Institute and St. Louis Country Day school and immediately went on to pursue her dream of becoming a Psychologist. She completed her undergraduate studies at Saint Louis University, graduating with magnum cum laude honors. She pursued her doctoral studies in Clinical Psychology at Nova Southeastern University where she graduated with a specialization in Forensics and a focus in Child, Adolescent and Family Psychology.

     She is the proud mother of one son, Preston, whom she credits as her biggest teacher.  While she enjoys the moments of motherhood, she is passionate about her career as a psychologist.  Working full time for a St. Louis based health center, Dr. Robinson continues to work with an underserved population.  However, her passion for forensics, consultation and psychotherapy beyond the walls of her office propelled her to begin her own private practice.

  • 00:16

    FIRST SHOW - AChild's perspective of a parent with CIDP

    in Health

    The first guest on our Live Show is Alexa who is a mature 11year old year old girl who has a mom that has CIDP. (I am her Mom, of course. lol) But tonight Alexa wants me to interview not as her Mom.  lol

    In saying that, I want to give a BIG THANKS to Alexa (my daughter) for her BIG HEART in helping us all better understand what it's like to be a kid of a parent with CIDP in hopes it will bring knowledge to other parents and also comfort the kids that someone else "gets it" from their perspective.

  • 03:08

    State of the Black Parent with Shaunes Richardson

    in Family

    State of the Black Parent with Shaunes Richardson come on Mondays at 6pm EAST COAST!   Call-in & Engage: #661-554-9123


    We re on Twitter: @Ste_BlackParent  &   Pinterest: steblackparent


    SHARE BY TEXT & YOUR SOCIAL MEDIA!   CALL-IN & ENGAGE: #661 554 9123  at 6pm East Coast     This show is a spinoff   'I ? Shopping'!      What are the styles and brands that people are seeking or must be in stock,somewhere?  Do you have a brand that need be known & we missing out!   What service or products make your life easier?   Families, youth, young & all should tune into this show.   #blackcommunity #blackfamily
    Don't forget the vendor & sponsor opportunity for Our event. 
    Do register for this event as an attendant to shop with Our vendors & sponsors.   Text for further discussion: #225 395 1792


    We're harvesting for our event of roundtable discussion & parade attendance for 'Kickoff NYC 2015'.


     


     

  • 02:00

    How to spiritually deal with an alcoholic partner.

    in Spirituality

    On tonight's show Rosie is going to discuss how to live with an alcoholic friend or partner.   It's very hard to be married to an alcoholic or to watch a friend who is an alcoholic destroy their lives. It's  becomes very hard when you are no longer in denial, and you see what pain and hurt they are  causing all who love them. It's difficult and it's frustrating, and it can suck you into a crippling cycle of dependency, but if you are willing to work on yourself, you can find even more to love to give but set proper boundaries to protect your own vulnerability.


    At the bottom of the hour Rosie will be joined by Leslie Hale for the weekly "Astro-Talk" segment.  Very strong forces have been active in the Universe this week and Leslie will help define what we can expect in the coming week.   You can view Leslie's newsletter at www.lesliehale-astrology.com.


    The show is hosted by Rosalea of The Psychic Meeting Place and www.Blendedherbaltreasures.com
    Rosie will be taking calls the last hour of the show.  The call in number is 1(714)888-7516.  Call in early and press the number 1 after connecting to be sure you are in the queue.


    *The opinions expressed by the guests are for entertainment purposes only and those guests providing comments are theirs alone and do not necessarily reflect the views of the Psychic Viewpoint Show or its host.*

  • State of the Black Parent with Shaunes Richardson

    in Self Help

    State of the Black Parent with Shaunes Richardson will take place in New York!  


     


    Tune in & Engage on 'Legacy of the Nation' Network  (661) 554-9123 at 6pm East Coast Time.  This is a freelance show of various Education, Economics, & Enterprise of the Alkebulan bloodline.   We will speak of factors being a black parent, black business, black educator,...      Call or Text for those that are childcare providers, homeschool programs,  directors, advocates, educators,  vendors, or sponsors in Our Community  (225) 395-1792 
     


    #STATEBP #BPNOW  


    "When a human being lives a life in which he or she enjoys freedom, justice and equality, awareness arises and one can focus on selfless giving - you qualify to be a parent because you are capable of the unconditional love that a parent has for a child. 
    But it is extremely difficult for Black people to get on and remain on this level, because we do not have freedom, justice and equality. We must give too much energy to the survival issues, which pull us down. This is why we cannot ignore our condition. Our freedom - or lack of - directly affects our ability to experience love and happiness in our community." Truth has come to you~

  • 00:49

    Partnering for Children’s Success: Why Parent Engagement Matters

    in Education

    Tomas Mejia and Jennifer Garcia Rosendo (2nd Year Buell Fellow) are members of the ECE Committee for the State Advisory Committee for Parent Involvement in Education (SACPIE).  Tomas and Jennifer will be joined by guest Alberto Torres and a few parents to share insights into some of the work that SACPIE has striven to implement statewide.  Learn why the group is passionate about supporting parent involvement from Pre-K through Higher Education.  Please join these guests to hear more about the impact of parent engagement on children’s success in school and how the legislature has enacted statues to improve student achievement statewide.  The show is hosted by Sofia Esteve-Sychla, 1st Year Buell Fellow and passionate advocate for parent involvement in education.   

  • 03:05

    State of the Black Parent with Shaunes Richardson

    in Social Networking

    State of the Black Parent with Shaunes Richardson will take place in NYC for 2015!


     


    Topic of Today's Show is Facebook Privacy Policy for January.  Let's Discuss   5pm East Coast Time (661)554-9123  STATE OF THE BLACK PARENT BLOGTALKRADIO   
     


    Engage & Share with us: 


    Twitter: ste_blackparent


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    #statebp #bpnow #blacklivesmatter
     


    Do Invest & Share, Now of Our $2 Registrant Deposit, Vendor, Sponsorship & Media Sponsor Opportunities.  (225) 395-1792


    "When a human being lives a life in which he or she enjoys freedom, justice and equality, awareness arises and one can focus on selfless giving - you qualify to be a parent because you are capable of the unconditional love that a parent has for a child. 
    But it is extremely difficult for Black people to get on and remain on this level, because we do not have freedom, justice and equality. We must give too much energy to the survival issues, which pull us down. This is why we cannot ignore our condition. Our freedom - or lack of - directly affects our ability to experience love and happiness in our community." Truth has come to you~

  • 00:30

    The Best and Least Expensive Gift a Parent can give a Child

    in Religion

    Many parents are under the impression that buying your child name brand items and everything he or she wants is the ideal measure of good parenting.  They think that just by giving them all that they desire, it will prevent them from desiring anything that the parent cannot afford.  The only problem with this is they are wrong and have been for so long, I’m embarrassed that it has taken so long for many of us to realize it.


    If you buy your child only name brand items and everything he or she wants, you are setting them up to keep that mindset as they age and because of that, they now will do whatever they need to in order to obtain that desire.  People often wonder why children shoplift especially when they are quite affluent or have the money in their pockets.  Children shoplift because they want it now and the effort to walk up to the counter and pay for it is just too much for them.  You ask why children who are poor shoplift, simply because their parents have filled them with so much hate and contempt that they think they deserve it for all the other times that they had to go without or watch other kids receive them.

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