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Alex Beauchamp from Food and Water Watch discusses fracking waste being dumped in New York State from Pennsylvania
Join The Gist of Freedom as we welcome Filmmaker Keith Beauchamp (The Untold Story of Emmett Louis Till) Keith returns to The ID Channel with– THE INJUSTICE FILES: HOOD OF SUSPICION Premieres on Wednesday, February @ 8 PM Join us in NYC this weekend www.MalcolmXFilmFestival.com "Modern day self-defense laws, such as Florida’s Stand Your Ground law which was invoked in the Trayvon Martin case, and the Castle Doctrine – which states that a person has no duty to retreat when their home is attacked – continue to perpetuate the pattern of discrimination against African Americans. THE INJUSTICE FILES: HOOD OF SUSPICION examines three such recent cases, including: ROBBIE TOLAN: Bellaire, TX, REKIA BOYD: Chicago, IL and John McNeil "
Join Guest Host, Attorney Activist, Michael Coard, Sunday at 8pm on The Gist of Freedom, as he talks with Investigative filmmaker Keith Beauchamp. Beauchamp, the producer of the documentary, The murder of Emmett Till, examines recent suspicious hanging deaths in his television show The Injustice Files. Were they modern-day lynchings? Watch The Injustice Files, Tuesday at 8pm! http://investigation.discovery.com/videos/the-injustice-files-sneek-peeks/
Join Guest Host, Attorney Activist, Michael Coard, Sunday at 8pm on The Gist of Freedom, as he talks with Investigative filmmaker Keith Beauchamp. Beauchamp, the producer of the documentary, The murder of Emmett Till, examines recent suspicious hanging deaths in his television show The Injustice Files. Were they modern-day lynchings? Watch The Injustice Files, Tuesday at 8pm!
Dr. Nathalie Beauchamp has been living the wellness lifestyle since her teenage years while involved in a multitude of different sports. At a time of life when so many young men and women struggle with body issues and self-esteem, she could already see the role that health and fitness was going to play in her life.Fitness and a healthy lifestyle have been at the core of every personal and professional milestone she has achieved so far.
Born in Montebello, Quebec, her professional expertise in the area of fitness, nutrition, lifestyle and wellness began in 1996 when she graduated from the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College in Toronto as a Doctor of Chiropractic. She has a Bachelor of Science Degree in the field of Human Kinetics from the University of Ottawa, and she is also a certified personal fitness trainer, a professional natural bodybuilder, a wellness consultant and lecturer, television personality and motivational speaker.
Always one to reach for the top, Dr. Beauchamp established a Creating Wellness™ Centre at her clinic in 2006 to help clients achieve healthier lifestyles in the three dimensions of life – physical, biochemical and psychological. Creating WellnessTM incorporates fitness and exercise, weight management and nutrition, and the mind-body connection in making healthier lifestyle choices and fighting off stress.
Dr. Beauchamp strongly belief that the health of our society is rapidly declining due to overweight, stress, depression and anxiety fuels her desire to help her patients live better, longer lives. She has helped hundreds of people in your community by using chiropractic as a gentle, natural and non-invasive treatment method for optimum health, while encouraging them to explore their wellness challenges at the same time. Chiropractic is the fastest growing health care system in the world and Dr. Beauchamp is clearly a leader in our community in helping that growth to continue.
The radio program all about TV. Our guests: The Injustice Files creator/executive producer Keith Beauchamp, whose latest installment, Sundown Towns, debuts February 24 on Investigation Discovery, and Dr. James Loewin, author of Sundown Towns: A Hidden Dimension of American Racism..
In February 2007, the FBI officially launched a new investigative effort called the Civil
Rights-Era Cold Case Initiative, which was tasked with taking a fresh look at racially-motivated homicide investigations that occurred prior to 1970. Since then, over 100 cold cases have been identified for this initiative as the FBI partnered with local and state authorities, the NAACP, the Southern Poverty Law Center and the National Urban League to help investigate these aging unsolved cases and bring justice to victims’ families. In an effort to bring attention to these important investigations, Investigation Discovery teamed with critically-acclaimed documentary filmmaker Keith Beauchamp, producer of The Untold Story of Emmett Louis Till, and CBS EYE Productions to showcase three cases included in the FBI’s Civil Rights-Era Cold Case Initiative.
Witches of East End – Episode 107: Unburied
Join Tash and Lucia as they discuss the last 2 episodes of Witches of East End. In “Potentia Noctis,” we learned more about Ingrid’s past life. Flashbacks revealed the the truth of what happened between her and Aunt Wendy, leading up to Ingrid’s death. Meanwhile, Freya was kept busy with the threat of ramos mortium, or “branch of death,” now revealed to be growing in the catacombs beneath Fairhaven. Then this week, in “Unburied,” the Beauchamp women attend an event at the library, dressed up in their their finest. It also marks the return of Freddie Prinze Jr.’s entomologist Leo, and the debut of Enver Gjokaj as the mysterious Mike. Tune in to the soapy discussion on Tuesday, November 19 at 7:00pm ET.
Beauchamp Fontaine is a Los Angeles based feature film & television set decorator and commercial designer. Beauchamp recently completed work on Alexander Payne's Nebraska, which received accolades at Cannes. Prior to that she decorated Terrence Malick's Knight of Cups, Louis Leterrier's blockbusterNow You See Me, and Jeff Nichols' wonderful film Mud. Known for the myriad looks she can achieve, her decorating style ranges from a tasteful marriage of masculine metropolitan chic with an understated traditional sensibility, to a natural approachability as is evidenced in the beautiful riparian world of Jeff Nichols' Mud. Ms. Fontaine is also well-respected for her accurate period detailing, notably showcasing the 1960's in The Playboy Club; the 70's in in projects such as The Runaways and Swingtown; and going back to the 1920's in the exquisite flashback sequences of The Skeleton Key. Also active in the residential interior design industry, Beauchamp is current on design trends and colour forecasting.You can email your questions to firstname.lastname@example.org Link: www.123FilmEasy.com. Follow us on Twitter @123Film
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