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Join Dogfather and Joe Frazier with guest host, Rachel Marie in Wisconsin.
The Good, Bad & Ugly of Animal Advocacy in Social Media.
Does social media do more harm than good to a cause?
Do we really need to spend more time online sharing and liking, commenting and arguing the fate of a dog, or are our efforts better spent locally with less time online?
Are public clashes between advocacy and rescue groups acceptable behavior, and if you take a side, do you know enough about the situation to make that a logical choice?
How can we better work together as advocates, in and out of social media?
These questions and others will be the topic of this weeks discussion on The Pit Bull Advocate. Tune in and call in to add your voice!
Phone lines open at the top of the show 347-838-8615
Michele Hollow owns an animal advocacy blog called Pet News and Views in order to raise funds and get products for animal shelters. She is a shining example f one person making a difference and is here to talk about how our listeners can help animals. Find today’s featured guest at: PetNewsAndViews.com… & you can find the Brummets @ http://Brummet.ca
Attorney Fred Kray, co-host Kris Diaz and the rest of the PBLNR crew will discuss with Kelly Shutt Cottrell, Supervisor of Training and Behavior at the Louisiana SPCA, her blog article entitled "Can Animal Advocacy Be Divorced From Animal Behavior?" Ledy VanKavage will appear to talk about the BDL campaigns in Utah and South Dakota. Regular show episodes include:
Recap of last week's show
Weekly news update
BSL updates with Kris "Brown Sugar" Diaz from StopBSL
Deirdre Franklin from Pinups For Pitbulls
Chat with Denice Yeakey
Dog Trainer Yvette Van Veen From Awesome Dogs
Instagram T-shirt giveaway
Don't miss our newly designed network website PBLNN.com where you can see all the latest updates from Pit Bulletin Legal News, Pit Bulletin Legal News Radio, StopBSL, K.C. Dog Blog, Canine Aggression with Jim Crosby, theDoglawreporter, Awesome Dogs, Pinups for Pitbulls, and Dangerous Dog Law.
After finding and saving one chicken in a ditch in 2000, Miriam and Pattrice Jones started the Eastern Shore Chicken Sanctuary on the Delmarva Penninsula in the eastern United States. Over the next ten years they expanded to rescue ducks, roosters, turkeys and barn cats and upon moving to Vermont in 2009 and starting the VINE Sanctuary the first rescued dairy cows joined them. They have seen first hand the devastating impact the chicken industry and now the dairy industry have on the animals, the environment and people.
They use all that they have learned to educate people and they set themselves apart with their work within an ecofeminist understanding of the interconnection of all life and the intersection of all forms of oppression. They welcome and work to facilitate alliances among animal, environmental, and social justice activists sharing their wisdom on the interconnectedness between speciesism, sexism, racism, ecocide and homophobia. While the growing vegan movement is essential to the evolution of our planet and the growing awareness of heart-centered living, it goes hand in hand with these other social injustices.
Pattrice and Miriam will share why they encourage you to go vegan and go further and we will talk about exactly how to do that!
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Forever millions and even billions will miss whom many came to know as the King of Pop. For the fans who knew him and his brothers that made up The Jackson 5, he was more than that. Earlier songs included "Going Back To Indiana," "Dancing Machine," "All I Do," and "Forever Came Today." During his solo career, some of Michael Jackson's hits includded "Ben," "I Wanna Be Where You Are," and "Jam."
As the world celebrates, many a commercial radio station, podcast, live stream, etc. will be muscially celebrating his birthday. For some, it's competition to see who can get the most listeners that day. For Ms. Computer Lady, though she knows that's the realm, it's much more. During your lunchtime, your late breakfast, early dinner, or late snack around the world, let's see if Ms. Computer Lady can bring back some memories.
Here are soem qeustions. Where were you when you first heard this song? Were you there in person when this song was performed? When you heard the song on the radio, what was the name of it? Well, which songs are Ms. Computer Lady talking about that we knowingly hadn't heard in a long time? You'll have to stop by the show to find out.
Join Master Robyn and May (the dog) to learn powerful wisdom & teachings on how to Enlighten The Heart to serve our pets, animals and nature. Receive many powerful blessings for you and your pet to heal and transform every aspect of life. Dont miss out!
Master Robyn offers private consultations and powerful Healing/Divine Services for yourself and/or your beloved pets…in person, or via skype and telephone. She loves to serve you and your beloved pets. Book a session to receive soul guidance, healing and more!
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Join her LIVE on TV.DrSha.com on the Chanting Channel every weekday at the NEW time of 7-8 am AEST at http://tv.drsha.com to chant for animals, mother earth & nature. This is a Free Service for Humanity.
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INNERSIGHT FREEDOM FOUNDATION - "Friday Night Follies"! Showcase your Talent and Have Fun!
*** Tonight's Guest***
Gerald Lee Miller is a 17 years old writer, singer, public speaker, teen mentor, athletics couch, and marshal artist. Having been home schooled the majority of his life he uses the advantages he was blessed with to help others he has a wealth of information to give having positive ties to Compton. Starting with his grandmother Glades a black women in the 30's to own 14 houses and his grandfather the first black man to own a boat shop, animal feed store, and trucking company he owned the entire corner of Wilmington & Green leaf. Being a teen mentor he has a passion for helping other young individuals who don’t have people to help them he owns a non-profit that focuses on securing transitional housing for individuals form the ages of 16 to 21 transitioning out of the group home system. So that they wont feel abounded and turn to the penal system for security while individuals are in this facility the occupants will be in S.T.E.M and will be thought basic life skills so that they may smoothly and peacefully re-enter society.
Well today is Friday 28 August 2015 and it is the last Friday of the month of August do we have a show for you today about some of neglect our compatriots in the UK recieve. Now you may say what does their care have to do with ours well you will soon see that the care in both nations is found wanting, We will look at some of the posts of Bryan Kirk from Across the pond who is Iraq/Afghanistan veteran.
We will also talk about the current issues that are on your mind
It is Friday!! Did you wear RED?
Our Brooklyn Navy Yard Phone Number is 347-884-8078 and will open Promptly at 2400 Hrs Zulu for all our Civilian friend s that would be as follows Atlantic/ Eastern 7 pm,Central would be 6pm, Alaska and Mountain would be 5PM and Pacific would be 4pm. Hawaii would be 1pm and Guam would be 0900 AM.
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Youth Action Michigan, with Chapters in Detroit, Ypsilanti and Jackson is dedicated to organizing students to address, challenge and be a voice against School Push Out, Zero Tolerance Policies and the School-To-Prison Pipeline. Through Youth Action Radio, students from accross Michigan will take up important topics to kids in schools, give youth a voice to insert their ideas, proposed solutions and experiences in School. Youth Action Michigan (formerly Youth Voice & Youth Power Michigan) is a youth driven program launched by The Student Advocacy Center of Michigan. For more info about Youth Action Michigan, visit www.studentadvocacycenter.org
GRASP/ Broken No More & Partners 2015 International Overdose Awareness Day Events
GRASP/ Broken No More and Partner Organizations Listed
Host Events Across the United States to Commemorate International Overdose Awareness Day on August 31
Grieving Parents Memorialize Lost Loved Ones, Celebrate Advances in Overdose Prevention and Call for Further Change
GRASP/ Broken No More
Virtual SiteSeeing Tour Bus goes across country.
The Total Tutor Neil Haley will interview Craig Thibaudeau.
Craig Thibaudeau, chief external relations officer, is an innovative and strategic thinker with a passion for the difference education can make for our children, our schools and our world. Craig has more than 30 years of senior-level association management experience representing U.S. nonprofit, domestic and international organizations. Working with education, corporate, political and diplomatic leaders, he has directed strategic initiatives supporting public policy at the international, national, state and local levels of government. During his career, he has specialized in nonprofit strategic planning, legislative advocacy, marketing and communications, membership, and event management.
Craig oversees ISTE’s government relations and corporate relations programs. He joined ISTE in November 2012 following more than 10 years with the National Board for Professional Teaching Standards, where he served as executive director for external relations and executive director for mobilization and outreach.
Craig received his Bachelor of Arts degree in political sociology from Eisenhower College and completed the professional development program in association management through the American Society of Association Executives and the College of Business and Management at the University of Maryland.