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Breastfeeding in public has been a hot topic in the birthing and parenting worlds. Often breastfeeding in public is treated as taboo and breastfeeding mothers may be asked to leave stores or businesses. When did breastfeeding your baby become taboo or controversial? Does the lack of acceptance of public breastfeeding affect breastfeeding rates? According to the CDC, less than 80% of babies are ever breastfed, with rates dropping to less than 50% by age 6 months. In many parts of the world, breastfeeding rates are much higher and public breastfeeding is widely accepted--why not here in the U.S.? What can we do to normalize breastfeeding so that woman are free to breastfeed their babies whenever and whereever they need to? What can we do to promote the diversity of breastfeeding, whether it be culturally or even in the ways women choose to breastfeed (on the breast, pumping, tandem, etc.)?
Vaness Simmons, photographer and founder of the Normalize Breastfeeding Awareness Campaign is on the show tonight to discuss how she's out to postively impact breastfeeding in the United States and what you can do to help. Find out more at http://normalizebreastfeeding.org/.
Follow NormalizeBreastfeeding.org on these social media sites:
Instagram, Twitter: @normalizebfing
Susan Jane Gilman is the New York Times bestselling author of four books: “Hypocrite in a Pouffy White Dress ”; “Kiss My Tiara:" ; “Undress Me in the Temple of Heaven;” -- and most recently, her first novel, “The Ice Cream Queen of Orchard Street,” published this year by Hachette.
Gilman has also been a commentator for National Public Radio’s “All Things Considered"; she's written for The New York Times, The Los Angeles Times, Newsday, Ms., Us, and Real Simple, among others.
Although she currently lives in Geneva, Switzerland, she remains, eternally, a child of New York City. Join us for a fun and smart perspective on dating as a feminist and breaking some rules.
Tough week for local hip hop collectives. J Arch, affiliated with several movements including End of the Weak and Team HOMI, lost his life while Brooklyn's Pro Era-based crew suffered another untimely death, as Joey Badass cousin and tour manager Junior B died in an accident.
Several members of J Arch's crew were in attendance and performing at the album release event for Hasan Salaam's "Live in Black and White" at Webster Hall. The combination album release, concert event, toy and coat drive was punctuated by recent events surrounding the non-aquittal for New York police officer Daniel Pantaleo in the chokehold death of Eric Garner. Much of Salaam's material, and those of others on the bill, circulate around social injustice issues, and it was a powerful event in that regard, one that included support by and for organizations such as the Center for Domestic Violence, CopWatch and others.
This particular event points out a problem with some of those who criticize hip hop for not being vocal enough in response to social issues, recently expounded on by Questlove. While Questlove was calling out bigger stars, the problem is that such criticism fails to take into account those who ARE doing great work in the field.
We'll talk about all these things tonight, as well as preview some upcoming events, and as always, take your calls.
Tonight's episode of The NY Hip Hop Report is brought to you by SuperFly: My Untold Story of Hip-Hop, Gloria Goldwater's fascinating look back at the history of her SuperFly magazine, which documented the early explosion of hip hop music. The book is available now!
Longtime MMAMadhouse friend and MMA BadAss Anthony Birchak will be joining us 10 days prior to his UFC debut against Ian Entwistle. The Tucson native is making his debut at UFC on Fox 13 in Phoenix. We will be talking about the journey Anthony has had getting to this point and losing his original debut at the weigh ins of UFC 177. We also will discuss the sacrifices and preparation that has gone into this fight. Tune it to The World Leader In Local MMA News – MMAmadhouse.com and get caught up on the latest information regarding Anthony "El Toro" Birchak!!
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time that you have for writing
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the long game versus the short game
If you decide to blog, elements to consider of your posts & blog:
what to write about
how often to write
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Jane Elliott is an American former schoolteacher, recognized most prominently as an anti-racism activist and educator. She is also known as a feminist and LGBT activist. Elliott created the famous "blue-eyed/brown-eyed" exercise, first
done with third-grade school children in the 1960s, which later became the basis for her career in diversity training.
The exercise was conducted the day following Martin Luther King Jr.'s assassination. The purpose of the exercise was
to try to teach her students the effects of being a minority. Her exercise, and the subsequent controversy, became the basis for the television documentaries Eye of the Storm (1970) and A Class Divided (1985). Elliott was also recipient of the National Mental Health Association Award for Excellence in Education and many other awards.
The one, the only Reverend D is going to be on this show at a special time tonight at 10pm ET.
DonnaMarie is a wedding officiant, animal lover, foster and advocate. Shes' a rock star, and an all around Badass!
She is going to be here tonight talking about her business, animal efforts, her band, and how the heck she juggles it all!
B.E.L.I.E.V.E. (Breathe Energetic Life Into Each Vivacious Endeavor) with host Angelique Joseph, founder of Calliste Foundation. Angelique is a counselor that holds a profound belief that we possess a brilliant energy and boundless potential within ourselves.
Her expertise includes counseling those wanting a better relationship with themselves. She can be reached at www.callistefoundation.com, email@example.com or 646-470-4933
Join Dr Pam Denton on her show Heart and Soul Messages as she talks about the concept of female empowerment through womb space health. You will learn important concepts for soul love, find hope, repair your female body and strengthen your soul. And most importantly you will be guided to find peace in your soul’s quest to be in relationship with your sacred womb space.
In this weeks show we will be focusing on the sacred womb and powerful visualization for clearing the womb.
Join Dr Pam as she interviews female empowerment specialist Chelle Goodfriend:
Chelle Goodfriend has a background as a perinatal specialist working with women over the last 26 years at local hospitals throughout fertility issues, pregnancy, birth and breastfeeding and parenting. She has also attended over 500 births as a labor doula. Chelle is an energy medicine practitioner, trained in Peru, as well as an herbalist and clinical aromatherapist.
During a Womb Clearing we connect by phone or Skype in a quiet place where you can lay down with the phone on speaker. Chelle energetically removes dense energy from your womb from past traumas, relationships, abortions, miscarriages, cesarean or traumatic births with energy and visualization. She then fils your womb with radiant light. The process is powerful and deep and immediate changes are felt on physical and emotional levels.
Find out how this is possible and build the connection to female spirituality.
Kaba Hiawatha Kamene was born with the name, Booker Taliaferro Coleman,Jr., at New York Hospital, on Monday,November 16, 1953. He is a teacher, consultant, administrator, staff developer and curriculum writer. Kaba Hiawatha has been an educator in Bronx, N.Y., since October 6, 1979. Presently, Brother Kaba retired from the NYC Department of Education (July 09) and is a consultant to Academic institutions, educators, parents and community members interested in teaching and learning. He married Sharen Deans on May 1st, 1981. They have three (3) children, two (2) girls Sasha (b.1984), Candace (b.1988) and one (1) boy Heru (b.1994). Throughout the 90’s Kaba Hiawatha served as Curriculum and Staff specialist on several New Vision and Charter School teams. Kaba Hiawatha Kamene received his Bachelors Degree in International Politics from New York University, his minor was in Caribbean Studies (June77). He got his first (1st) Masters of Art in World History from Hunter College, N.Y. (June 87). He received a second (2nd) Masters of Science in Educational Administration and Supervision, from City College of New Over Kaba Hiawatha’s long career in Education, he has consulted many Boards of Education, Schools, Community, Parent and Student groups. He has visited many classrooms around the country and implemented successful strategies in the teaching/learning process. He is firmly dedicated to the belief that culture plays a vitally important role in education and proudly credits many of his academic views to his teacher world-renowned, educator, Professor John Henrik. In September 2001, he implemented his lifelong goal of developing an African-Centered Science Academy named, “Per Ankh (Temple/House Of Life)”. Kaba Hiawatha functions as the Academy’s Principal Facilitator and Chief Executive Officer.
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Our guest is Dr. Stolzer in coordination with Citizens Council On Human Rights (CCHR)
Our children are being conditioned to believe that anything other than euphoria 24/7 must be a mental disorder requiring medication. Our schools survey our kids to determine who can be entered into therapy with the accompanying drugging. The damage from the drugs is life-long. We are raising a generation of drug damaged children.
Dr. Stolzer is a Professor of Child and Adolescent Development at the University of Nebraska-Kearney. She currently teaches infant, child, and adolescent development classes and is an active researcher. Dr. Stolzer has published numerous peer-reviewed articles and has presented her research at the international level. For over three decades, she has been a passionate child advocate. Dr. Stolzer’s research interests include Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), the meteoric rise of psychiatric diagnoses in child and adolescent populations, the deleterious effects of psychiatric drugs, the biocultural implications of attachment parenting, breastfeeding, the multivariational effects of labeling children, and challenging the existing medical model which seeks to pathologize normal-range child behaviors.