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HOW CIVIC ENGAGEMENT IS IMPACTING THE VOICE OF EDUCATION
NACCTEP ( Community College Teacher Ed programs) Executive Director Kim Tobey is joined by Lisa Strahley, Associate Professor of Early Childhood Education at SUNY Broome CC.
Civic Duty Shoes - @CivicDutyShoes – www.CivicDutyShoes.com Our mission: to inspire. Civic Duty Shoes is a socially minded footwear company founded upon the simple premise that a leisure shoe can be attractive, fun, and comfortable while causing minimal impact to the environment in its production. While we’re at it, we hope to inspire those around us—our partners in manufacturing and distribution, our customers, and those who benefit from Civic Duty’s charitable contributions and endeavors. Civic Duty Shoes deliver fashion that is fresh, innovative, and unique. Footwear that is not only comfortable and stylish, but durable and environmentally friendly. Utilizing Tyvek® material to make footwear that is lightweight, water resistant, breathable, and practically indestructible, Civic Duty is setting the bar high. With unisex styles and vibrant colors they are perfect for any season and outfit, these are also pre-wrinkled to give that vintage, one of a kind look right out of the box! Link: www.CivicDutyShoes.com
Thursday, October 31 @ 7:00 PM Guest: Honorable Judge Renee Hughes CEO Red Cross Subject: Connecting Civic responsibility with Legal Counsel The Honorable Renée Cardwell Hughes is the Chief Executive Officer of the American Red Cross Southeastern Pennsylvania (SEPA) which covers the City of Philadelphia and the four counties (Bucks, Chester, Delaware and Montgomery) She is responsible for the provision of American Red Cross Humanitarian Services including disaster response, preparedness and recovery in addition to Service to the Armed Forces. She is responsible for the only American Red Cross extended care facility in the Nation Judge Hughes retired from the Court of Common Pleas, First Judicial District, where she served in the Trial Division of the Court of Common Pleas. She was appointed to the bench in 1995 by Governor Tom Ridge, and was elected to a full ten year term beginning January, 1996 and was re-elected in 2005 to a second full term. Prior to becoming a member of the judiciary, Judge Hughes was in private practice and specialized in corporate, health care, worker's compensation and insurance defense law. Before opening her own law firm, she was an associate in the corporate department of Mesirov Gelman Jaffe Cramer and Jamison; Associate Counsel with Independence Blue Cross Judge Renee Hughes can be reached at 215-229-4011 & email@example.com and http://www.redcross.org/pa/philadelphia/
Join Ronald and guest, Judge Hughes on Thursday, October 31th at 7:00 PM to find out how our legal acumen supports fundamental community needs across all economic levels.
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On this episode of Grassroots Perspectives, Janis is talking with Matt Leighninger, Executive Director of the Deliberative Democracy Consortium and author of The Next Form of Democracy: How Expert Rule is Giving Way to Shared Governance - and Why Politics Will Never Be the Same.
Janis and Matt are talking about civic insfrastructure - what it is and why it's importance, especially in these times of all time lows when it comes to the confidence that people feel about government.
Civic Minded Entrepreneur Margaret E. Jackson (also the founder of organization RJ Smiles) shares how she manages to turn her pain into truimph through her efforts to give back to others in the DMV ommunity.
Problems here can be delivered. Yet we will aim to bring forth solutions.
We the people say we love America! If we really love America, why is poverty worse than ever before and profit margin levels of companies are better than ever before? Why do we show not sense of duty to eliminate US poverty? It's time to come together America! Call your elected officials and tell them Americans need jobs now!
Politicians who are hired, and given the responsibility to make America better for citizens of today and tomorrow, say God bless America to end speeches and the actions of the same politicians stands in the way of Gods blessings for Americans! If republicans want God to bless America, why did republican politicians sign a pledge to not raise any taxes on corporations. Why do republicans who are paid by tax payers, show no obligation to tax payers and sign pledges against tax payers, that favors corporations? It's time to come together America! Call your elected officials and tell them Americans need jobs now!
CEOs, American and foreign, make money 24/7 from citizens. From the poorest to the wealthiest of citizens spend money daily for goods and services. Yet CEOs bank the money made from citizens and refuse to hire US citizens while outsourcing US jobs to other countries for cheap wages. It's time to come together America! Call your elected officials and tell them Americans need jobs now!
People pretend there are no jobs to be had as the reason for record number of jobless? There are jobs to be had. The issue is CEOs and business owners have no sense of America involvement, investment, civic responsibility. It's time to come together America! Call your elected officials and tell them Americans need jobs now!
When you work and pay income taxes, social security taxes, and medicare taxes you are doing your civic duty. When you are unemployed and receiving unemployment benefits, you are lowering your social security benefit amount once you retire. You increase your social security when you are working and paying social security taxes. Paying taxes is our civic duty guys. No one can do it for US but US. Let's get busy. Let's get to work. Let's take the next step to US prosperity. Invest in US businesses.
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WWRVA creates opportunities for exposure of successful and under recognized Business/Social/Civic personalities to share their story, accomplishments with a broader audience. “What Works RVA” represents a commitment to feature Business/Social/Civic leaders to increase public awareness for the communities’ cultural diversity and social vibrancy. These individuals reveal rich life stories with their interwoven struggles and triumphs both public and private.
Todat's show features: Carrie Roth & Sonji Rollins Tucker
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Special Big Blend Radio show on Yuma, Arizona 'Gateway to the Southwest'.
- Douglas J. Nicholls – Mayor of Yuma
- Patrick Quinn - Yuma Art Center & Historic Yuma Theatre
- Bruce Brown - Desert Hills Golf Course
- Carrie Ring – Yuma Civic Center
- Yvonne Peach – Historic Coronado Motor Hotel, Yuma Landing Bar & Grill, Casa de Coronado Museum
- Dave Mansheim - Bard Date Company
- R. Michael Wilson – Author ‘Crime & Punishment in Early Arizona’
- William D. Kalt – Author ‘Tucson Was a Railroad Town’
- Glynn Burrows – English Family History Expert, Norfolk Tours UK
Plus, Yuma Hollywood History with Steve Schneickert!
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