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  • 00:37

    Maria Davis-Perkins & Elizabeth Maciel, Claremont Graduate University, Doctorate

    in Business

    Maria Davis-Perkins conducting a Claremont Graduate University doctorate dissertation research.


    "Parents’ Perceptions of Their Children’s Status; The Case of Long Term English Language Learners (LTELLs) in High Schools"


    Elizabeth Maciel is assisting with community liason activities and with translation of documents and at the interviews. Ms. Maciel is an educator assistant in a local school district.


    "Parents’ Perceptions of Their Children’s Status; 
    The Case of Long Term English Language Learners (LTELLs) in High Schools"
     
    Study’s Purpose: The purpose is two-fold: 


    1. Identify what parents do and do not know about their LTELL students’ academic and language status


    2. Characterize the information resources/social networks that contribute to parents’ possession of reliable as versus unreliable information. 

  • 00:30

    We read the news to the residents of Claremont, NH area

    in News

    Volunteer guest readers will read the local daily news to the residents of Claremont, NH and the surrounding areas each day at 5 pm.

  • 00:30

    We read the news to the residents of Claremont, NH area

    in News

    Volunteer guest readers will read the local daily news to the residents of Claremont, NH and the surrounding areas each day at 5 pm.

  • 00:51

    A Catch Conversation with Don Williams

    in Lifestyle

    Don Williams is a native Californian. He graduated from Princeton University, Princeton Theological Seminary, and holds the PhD from Columbia University. He served on the staff of the Hollywood Presbyterian Church for 10 years as college pastor and was heavily involved in the Jesus Movement in the late 1960's. He has been Adjunct Professor of New Testament at Fuller Theological Seminary and lecturer in religion at Claremont MacKenna College. He also pastored the Mt. Soledad Presbyterian Church in La Jolla, CA., and planted the Coast Vineyard in La Jolla, California in 1988. He is the author of more than a dozen books, including 12 Steps with Jesus and Start Here: Kingdom Essentials for Christians. He also serves on the Board of Christian Healing Ministries, led by Francis and Judith MacNutt. Don is married to Kathryn. They now live in Los Angeles, CA.

  • Blackout Radio Student Movement

    in National

    POLITICS
    HIGHER EDUCATION 12:52 PM NOV 13, 2015

    Mizzou’s Racial Gap Is Typical On College Campuses
    Blacks are underrepresented at universities nationwide.

    By ANNA MARIA BARRY-JESTER and BEN CASSELMAN

    University of Missouri students, during a campus forum in Columbia, Missouri.
    University of Missouri students, during a campus forum in Columbia, Missouri.
    MICHAEL B. THOMAS / GETTY IMAGES
    Thousands of college students across the country on Thursday joined protests demanding that their schools do more to address racism and discrimination on campus. Students at many campuses are calling for an increase in the diversity of faculty and more resources to help minority students succeed. The data suggests that they have a point: Colleges across the country are far less diverse than the communities they serve.

    The protests began at the University of Missouri, where top administrators resigned Monday following weeks of student strikes and demonstrations, and at Yale, where students have engaged in public verbal battles with faculty over racial insensitivity. At Claremont McKenna College in California, student demonstrations and a hunger strike forced the dean of students to resign Thursday. At Ithaca College in upstate New York, students are demanding the resignation of the college’s president over his handling of racial issues on campus. And colleges across the country are scrambling to schedule forums, convene task forces or find other ways to address rising student unrest.

  • Episode 303: China, the Pivot, and the WESTPAC Challenge - With James Kraska

    in Military

    As 2015 starts its final act, where is China heading?


    From her Great Wall of Sand in the South China Sea, to economic stress, and her increasingly nervous neighbors, where does the USA and her allies need to adjust to China’s expanding footprint globally, and where do they need to stand firm?


    Our guest for the full hour to discuss this and more will be James Kraska.


    Dr. James Kraska is Professor in the Stockton Center for the Study of International Law, where he previously served as Howard S. Levie Chair in International Law from 2008-13. During 2013-14, he was a Mary Derrickson McCurdy Visiting Scholar at Duke University, where he taught international law of the sea. He is also a Senior Fellow at the Center for Oceans Law and Policy at the University of Virginia School of Law, Guest Investigator at the Marine Policy Center, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, Senior Fellow at the Foreign Policy Research Institute, and a Senior Associate at the Naval War College's Center on Irregular Warfare and Armed Groups. 


    He developed the first course on maritime security law at the Naval War College, which he also taught at The Hague Academy of International Law and University of Maine School of Law. Commander Kraska served as legal adviser to joint and naval task force commanders in the Asia-Pacific, two tours in Japan and in four Pentagon major staff assignments, including as oceans law and policy adviser as well as chief of international treaty negotiations, both on the Joint Staff. 


    Kraska earned a J.D. from Indiana University, Bloomington, Maurer School of Law and J.S.D. and LL.M. from University of Virginia School of Law; he also completed a master’s degree at the School of Politics and Economics, Claremont Graduate School. In 2010, Kraska was selected for the Alfred Thayer Mahan Award for Literary Achievement by the Navy League of the United States.

  • 02:00

    TRUTH Tuesday Alien Megastructure Found?Mirage City In China?Guest CJ Jayaweera

    in Politics Conservative

    Every Tuesday we delve into topics labeled “conspiracy” by the mainstream,“conspiracies” are indeed truth and need to be discussed to prevent further tyranny and repeated bad history.


    Issues covered include geo-engineering, Agenda 21, the Illuminati, 9/11 and much more!


    Tune in, take notes, and wake-up!


    Links to the articles can be found on our sites


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    http://www.thewakeupmissionshow.com


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    Today's scheduled guest is Corinne Jayaweera "CJ".


    Corinne was born and raised in a liberal town in Southern California where she still resides.Since childhood her passion has been fine arts and International Relations.


    CJ graduated from the University of Redlands with a double major in Asian Studies and Sociology/ Anthropology with minors in Music and Dance. CJ has enjoyed her career in various academic roles and settings and most recently she worked Claremont Graduate School (CGU) within the Drucker School as an event coordinator for the Mentor Program and Kravis Concept Plan business competition. CJ left her stimulating career at CGU to focus on her fledgling film production and event planning company C.J. Productions. She is extremely proud of her growing, multicultural family. She is also very active in raising funds for cancer research at the City of Hope and ALS research directly with Augies Quest. CJ most recently assisted in the World Games for the Special Olympics.

  • 00:06

    The Power Is Now Interview with Reverend Charles Dorsey M.DIV.

    in Business

    Reverend Charles Lamont Dorsey is the Executive Director of COR Community Development Corporation. He is the past immediate Youth and Young Adult Pastor at Christ Our Redeemer AME Church. His academic record includes a Master of Divinity from the Claremont School of Theology and a Bachelors of Arts in Anthropology from the University of California at Irvine. Reverend Dorsey is currently pursuing a Doctoral Candidate at Pepperdine University. His ministerial career has included tremendous favor from the Lord; Rev. Dorsey was blessed to sing the National Anthem for the President of the United States, Barack Obama. He has also been blessed to travel to the Holy Land (Israel), where he preached on the Sea of Galilee and baptized in the Jordan River. He released his first gospel album, “The Charles Dorsey Project,” and his first book entitled “Consecrate Yourself,” which can both be found online. Charles is happily married to Attorney Lakeshia M. Dorsey, who is invited around the country to discuss policies surrounding foster care and family law. 

  • 00:06

    The Power Is Now Interview with Reverend Charles Dorsey M.DIV.

    in Real Estate

    Reverend Charles Lamont Dorsey is the Executive Director of COR Community Development Corporation. He is the past immediate Youth and Young Adult Pastor at Christ Our Redeemer AME Church. His academic record includes a Master of Divinity from the Claremont School of Theology and a Bachelors of Arts in Anthropology from the University of California at Irvine. Reverend Dorsey is currently pursuing a Doctoral Candidate at Pepperdine University. His ministerial career has included tremendous favor from the Lord; Rev. Dorsey was blessed to sing the National Anthem for the President of the United States, Barack Obama. He has also been blessed to travel to the Holy Land (Israel), where he preached on the Sea of Galilee and baptized in the Jordan River. He released his first gospel album, “The Charles Dorsey Project,” and his first book entitled “Consecrate Yourself,” which can both be found online. Charles is happily married to Attorney Lakeshia M. Dorsey, who is invited around the country to discuss policies surrounding foster care and family law. 

  • 02:40

    Ahmed Mohammed, the clock kid, is now supposedly severely traumatized. UG!

    in Politics

    Hr1  Uh oh... looks like Pope Francis just called abortion a horrific symptom of a throw-away society. What now?!


    Kimberly Morin joins Joe from the Gun Rights Policy Conference talking about the reasons we need to protect our 2nd Amendment rights. And those other things people call "rights" that really aren't!


    Then... more on Pope Francis, Obama, and John Boehner's resignation.


    Hr2  Pope Francis calls abortion “horrific” & symptom of a “throwaway culture." Does that mean he hates women?


    Xander Gibb talks about Pope Francis, Mayor deBlasio, the homeless, and more!


    Hero who takes out bully of blind kid is suspended and kicked off football team. Idiot administrators. This zero-tolerance policy is making things worse.


    Hr3  Ahmed Mohammed, the clock kid, is now supposedly severely traumatized. Good grief!


    Football celebrity Michael Sams believes he'd still be in the NFL if he weren't gay. Another victim. Maybe he just wasn't good enough and it had nothing to do with his sex life.


    Jobs report. More losses. Shocked? I'm not.


    Conservative campus newspaper, the Claremont Independent, "Always Right" t-shirts get them branded as racist, ignorant, white supremacists.


    Have you had your healthy dose of reality lately?

    There are always at least two sides to every story. Have you ever wondered how someone, who saw the same thing you did, walked away telling a vastly different story? Which version was correct? Which one was the REAL story? Actually, both are! It’s just a matter of perspective.