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David Spungen, an Emmy Award winning producer/editor, shares creative ideas on trailers and sizzle reels for funding your film.
For information about Carole Dean and From the Heart Productions please visit www.FromtheHeartProductions.com.
Ahmen Is The Name Of The Original Men, Women And Children. It's Just That Simple.Our Origin Is Not Black, Nigga, Negro Or African American. First Of All Africa, And America Are The Names Of Two Caucasians, A Name Is Not An Nationality. Negro, Nigga, Darkie, And Black Are Demeaning Racist Names That Were Given As Names To Describe A People That Are The Most Hated And Loved People At The Same Time. There Is No Other Religion, Culture, Or Writings That Date Back Any Futher Than That Of Our Original Origin As A People As Ahmen Beings.
“Fixing education isn’t the key to fixing poverty. POVERTY is the key to fixing EDUCATION”
More than a decade has passed since the enactment of Public Law 107-110 and still poor children don’t have the guarantees that they will graduate from high school and then be admitted to a first rate college or university, which aligns them with a productive future.
Over 50 million students head off to approx. 98,500 elementary and secondary schools for the fall 2015 term, and an estimated $634 billion will be spent related to their education. But how and on what are these dollars being spent?
Hot Topics Talk Radio has assemble a panel of top educators and lecturers to provide you with valuable information on the state of today’s education, and what is needed for your child/children to receive a quality education and life skills for a productive future. Our panel includes:
Dr. Chris L. Hickey, Sr., Phd
Satra Zurita, Compton Unified School District
M.C. El Bee, Legendary Hip-Hop Artist/Lecturer
Joshua Hays, K-12 Educator
Edmond Davis, College Facilitator/Educator
Gina Smith, SPMG MEDIA/Publicist
Join the conversation on Wednesday, September 1, 2015, 8pm PDT/11pm EDT. The live call-in number to listen and comment is (646)200-3148. Or listen and join the chatroom here on Blog Talk Radio, or from our website at www.hottopicstalkradio.com/hottopicstalkradio.
**HTTR Network is sponsored by Shades of Afrika (Corona & Long Beach), A&L Family Restaurant and SPMG Media. For complete information regarding our sponsors, visit www.hottopicstalkradio.com/sponsors.
What are some choices you can make to put your children in position to serve God all the days of their lives? While children do make their own decision when they are grown, there are things we can do to focus them in the right direction. It is our prayer that they will choose to live a Godly life and raise their own family in the ways of the Lord. In this episode of PF Women Talk Radio, Deanna and Erika discuss the issues, opening the line for call-in questions.
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Viki Winterton interviews Demitri and Diana Makeig!
Demitri Makeig is a filmmaker and screenwriter. A graduate of Interlochen Center for the Arts, he was a YoungArts winner and participated in the YoungArts Miami regional program, where he studied with master writers. He also received a Silver Medal and multiple honorable mention awards from the Scholastic Art and Writing Awards, for his screenwriting and photography. Demitri's 6-minute senior thesis film was chosen for screening at the Traverse City Film Festival. His film was also chosen for the Interlochen Review and was the film department’s pick to screen at the May 2015 Honors Convocation.
In the fall, he will be attending the Relativity School in Los Angeles in pursuit of a B.F.A. in Film and Digital Content with a concentration in Writing for Film and Television.
Diana Kendros Makeig is a communications strategist and her current business venture is Identify Connected Communication, which teaches communication and inner dialogue techniques that enable her clients to take full responsibility for their thoughts, words and actions.
Using her Identify Communication Method, Diana teaches clients how to uncover beliefs and intentions, remove unspoken negative impressions, survey their pre-conceived conclusions and step into a space of exploration, whether in workplace or personal situations.
Read and do the processes until you have healed your first memory. Then jump to Soul Link which is proving to be the most powerful process known as it heals any memory all the way to worst memory ever and PTSD. I am in awe of where all this has gone. PBS is still in the works with final funding nearly there to film.
From the web site at www.GarySinclair.com you would discover that I was born with 50% lung capacity and developed MS over 14 years to 80% mobility loss. After healing all to full health, including full lung capacity at age 35-36, I have had 35 years of perfect health. On July 2 of this year I had 14 strokes with paralysis in three days. In every case, I did what I teach and came out of every one of them within 30 minutes. All Dr's have now released me to 6 month follow ups. I did the things that I teach. That is why 15,000 memories have healed in the last two months based on me teaching directly to people in Australia and the US. I finally wrote a Certification Course because a PBS Special is coming this year along with many other promotional opportunities. At age 70, I love what I teach and live.
Write to me after you have done Soul Link. It is the most powerful healing tool I know of and will do your worst memories ever. I only teach processes in the book, as God told me what to write from my work on May 27, 2014. The results you will get with people should you choose to train is called Miracles!
Bless you Heart to Heart. Love you to Life.
What does it take to be a woman with her own foundry and an artist? Join us as artist and foundress Insun Kim talks about art, metal, pouring bronze, and sculpting with stainless steel nails.
Insun Kim was born in South Korea. She studied painting at the Arts Students League in New York City. It was later, however, when she was working at the Tallix Art Foundry in Peekskill NY that she was first introduced to sculpture, working with great artists such as Reubin Kankian, Isamu Nogachi, John Chamberlain, Nancy Graves, and Frederick Douglas. These interactions proved to be some of the best and most valueable lessons she could have. She is a self-taught sculptor, highly skilled welder, and fabricator. Over the years, she has worked with many other materials such as wax and clay, but metal has always been the most appealing to her.
Insun Kim's work is based on her own experiences. Her work relates to themes of life and being alive. She says, "As a woman it is expected that you marry, have children and raise a family. There are many ups and downs in life whether they be the little everyday annoyances or the absolutely dreadful. My art has been there for me throughout such times and has provided me with a positive route to express myself. I love nature and being outdoors, and I also truly respect and cherish what god has made for us. From time to time I will find natural objects that seem to radiate beauty in their own way. It is my hope and my aim to merge this natural beauty with my personal experiences to produce an art, my art, which can channel and display both influences together."
Inspirational author, and music entertainment consultant, Dorean Edwards releases highly sought-after autobiography, “Trapped in a Little Girl’s Body.” Edwards was raised in an abusive household in St. Louis, MO. She has pushed through abuse, pain, tears and hardships to become a survivor who inspires others. Her autobiography, “Trapped in a Little Girl’s Body,” tells her story of abuse endured at the hands of her stepfather from ages 7 to 17 while her mother sat in denial. She said the book reveals how she was raped, beaten and discarded. She overcame it all through faith, perseverance and forgiveness. Edwards found great strength in forgiveness. Faith and forgiveness led her to Chicago and then to Los Angeles where she has crafted a successful life and career of giving back to others through gospel music entertainment. She said, “I was raised in church, so I wanted to do something in gospel. My dad was a gospel singer. And I always wanted to inspire people in the gospel arena because of my growing up with low self-esteem.”
Her love of children and desire to instill self confidence in youth led Edwards to create “Stop the Violence, Think Education, Put God First” sixteen years ago. This annual youth conference features workshops, panel discussions. Children also receive free school supplies. It has featured celebrities such as Nick Cannon, Flex Alexander and Shanice Wilson, Chris Tucker, Hill Harper Tia and Tamera Mowry, Kirk Whalum, Deitrick Haddon, Meagan Good, Mali Music, Willie Moore, Jr. and Angie Stone. “
Our guest this morning is Michael Bell.
Michael, a South Bay local, is the founder and co-owner of Bell Event Services. He grew up in the area, watching it prosper and wanting to be a part of the community. He began working as a bass player at a young age with local bands. After getting married and having children, he began working as the Event Coordinator for a large production company for a number of years.
About 10 years ago, Michael made the bold move to start Bell Event Services, utilizing the contacts he'd made over the years. It was a struggle in the beginning and started out of his garage, but has since blossomed into one of the largest event companies in California.
Michael prides himself on his amazing team building, strategy and logistical skills and provides his customers with the very best. His unwavering desire to see things through has resulted in the management of many annual events and the regular business of many clients, such as Fiesta Hermosa and Edelbrock's Rev'ved Up 4 Kids Car Show, along with entertainers such as Jim Belushi and Frank Sinatra Jr.
So, this morning, we’re going to get the inside scoop on the upcoming Fiesta Hermosa, taking place Labor Day Weekend, September 5 through September 7.
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The NSR Sports Radio?provides a new and fresh, interactive online radio experience to the listeners. Join your host Coach P as we tackle the trending topics in football from youth to the pros. This week we talk Youth coaches and the use of film to prepare. Should youth coaches share film like highschool coaches??
Special guest appearing Via the Life by Wisdom?Hotline include:
Founders of the mentor program "A few Good Men"
- Mike McBride, Chuck Morris & Curtis Myers
- Dwayne Savage (Head coach Camden HS)
-Rykesha Cowan (mom of Jacoby Cowan)
NSR Baller Sport Light!!!!!
Each Week NSR Sports Radio will highlight a youth or High School baller that is making national noise. This week we have:
-Jacoby Cowan (8th grade baller)
- Jamal Holloway - Class of 2016 Camden HS
Coach David Riley?“the Duck", Speaker coordinator for the Glazier Clinic and founder of the unsigned senior showcase is here to answer your sports related questions in our “Ask the Duck” Segment. Former NFL Quarterback Akili Smith?rounds out the crew. Akili brings his “Real Talk” segment to the listeners from the perspective of guy that has played at every level. For more information visit www.nsrfootball.com
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Blessed is Our Creator!!! Shalom/Peace and Brocha/Blessing upon the human family experience. With Creator's Help the next program will take place on 9/3/15 corresponding to the 19th day of Ellul, Month of Mercies, 5775 years into creation since original man and woman lived upon this blessed earth. Program will start at 9:30 am Eastern Standard Time live from Turtle Island=AKA=USA=Unifying Souls Actually. Content will address plucking inspirations from the end of chapter 1 from the Mittler Rebbe's, direct descendent of Kings David and Solomon, Shaar HaYichude=The Gate of Unification. Call in number to listen is 347-838-8669. Meanwhile, may the Eternal Creator Bless and Protect you and your loved ones peacefully and pleasantly.
Date: Wednesday, September 2, 2015 - 1:00 pm to 1:30 pm EDT
Speaker(s): Georgia Fruechtenicht, Curriculum and Learning Specialist, Trainer, and Navigator Team Leader; Parent to Parent of Georgia
Join ADA Live! (WADA) on September 2 for our second conversation with Georgia Fruechtenicht from Parent to Parent of Georgia (P2PGA). In this episode, Georgia will explain the options parents have when their child's school year is not going well. She will discuss writing emails and letters to express concerns and how to request a meeting. She will also discuss effective communication techniques parents can use to address their concerns, strengthen their partnership with the teacher, and get their children the support they need to be successful at school.
Georgia Fruechtenicht is the Curriculum and Learning Specialist, Trainer, and Navigator Team Leader for Parent to Parent of Georgia and Project Coordinator for the Parent Detailer Project, which is part of the Autism Plan for Georgia.
You can submit your questions, explore resources and the complete program schedule and connect to archived shows on www.adalive.org.