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Rebroadcast "Do Your Roots Need Untangling? If So, Try Stepping Out on a Limb! Cluster Genealogy May Hold the Clue" "Our ancestors lived among many, therefore we can not research them as if they lived in isolation. Researching our family history through extended family members, neighbors and the community may answer questions and provide information about our own ancestors not found elsewhere". Deborah A. Abbott, Ph.D., is an adjunct faculty member at the Institute of Genealogy & Historical Research (IGHR) at Samford University in Birmingham, Alabama and currently serves as the Cleveland District Trustee on the Ohio Genealogical Society (OGS) Board. She is past-president of the African-American Genealogical Society, Cleveland, Ohio (AAGS) and a retired professor of Counseling from Cuyahoga Community College in Cleveland. She holds both the Bachelor of Science and Masters of Education degrees from Tuskegee University (Alabama) and the Ph.D. degree from Kent State University (Ohio).
In 2010 the City Council of Detroit, Michigan presented Dr. Abbott with a “Testimonial Resolution” honoring her outstanding commitment to African American genealogical research. Dr. Abbott's five-year genealogical research project about an African American family’s migration from Kentucky to Ohio entitled "From Slavery to Freedom to Antioch" was highlighted in the Cleveland Plain Dealer (Ohio) Newspaper under the title "Six-Volumes to Amplify a Family History" in 2008.
This radio show will discuss all of the research conducted with the fire service by the UL Firefighter Safety Research Institute. Guests from fire departments that have served on the technical panels of the research will share their perspectives and how they have incorporated the results into their departments.
Host Steve Kerber is the Director of the UL Firefighter Safety Research Institute. He has led fire service research and education in the areas of ventilation, structural collapse, and fire dynamics. A 13-year veteran of the fire service, with most of his service at the College Park Fire Department in Prince George's County Maryland where he served at ranks up through Deputy Chief. He currently serves on the Advisory Board of Fire Engineering and the Fire Department Instructors Conference. Steve has also been appointed to the rank of Honorary Battalion Chief by the FDNY.
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This is the FIRST in a series of RADIO BROADCASTS - LIVE STREAMING on the SOUTH CENTERS and CORE (COLLABORATION OSU-RIO EDUCATIONAL TV /RADIO NETWORK. The Ohio State University SOUTH CENTERS has a number of key Educational Centers that undertake Research, Business, Economic Development, and Agricultural Programs that foster growth to persons living in Southern Ohio, The State of Ohio and to the region it services. It partners with the University of Rio Grande / Rio Grande Community College in fostering educational programs.
Moderators include Personnel from THE Ohio State University
Our guest this morning is Heath Gregory, Co-Founder of the Tour de Pier.
Heath has been a long-time cycling enthusiast who has combined his love of the sport with his passion of finding a cure for cancer.
Starting in 2011 – in a little over two years – his family lost four members to cancer. Coincidentally, his friend Jon Hirshberg who had lost his father to pancreatic cancer approached him about the idea of putting together an outdoor spin event at the Manhattan Beach Pier. Gregory was “all-in”. To date, the fundraising event has raised nearly $2 million for worthy cancer charities.
Gregory is also co-founder of the Uncle Kory Foundation, a non-profit organization dedicated to the advancement of collaborative brain cancer research. The Uncle Kory Foundation is named after his brother-in-law, Kory Lewis Hunter, who passed away at age 42 to an aggressive form of brain cancer, Glioblastoma. The Uncle Kory Foundation is a beneficiary of the Tour de Pier.
Gregory is a resident of Manhattan Beach and President and CEO of Baron Equities, a privately-held investment company. He received his MBA from USC.
The Tour de Pier is one of the most popular fundraising events in the South Bay. It will take place on Sunday, May 15 at the Manhattan Beach Pier.
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Join Nicka Smith and Bernice Bennett for an intriguing discussion about their experiences with DNA testing.
What was their reaction to the DNA admixture results?
How have they connected the dots?
Where have they tested and why?
What successes and frustrations?
Why communications is important?
Nicka Smith is a professional photographer, speaker, and documentarian with more than 17 years of experience as a genealogist. She has extensive experience in African ancestored genealogy, reverse genealogy, and family reunion planning and execution. She is also an expert in genealogical research in the Northeastern Louisiana area, sharing genealogy with youth, documenting the ancestral journey, and employing the use of new technology in genealogy and family history research.
Bernice Bennett is a speaker, family historian, author, citizen's archivist with the National Archives, and Producer and Host of her own blogtalkradio show. Her research interest are in African American genealogy, DNA and connecting with the African Diaspora, Homestead Land Records, Civil War Pensions, and Freedmen Bureau documents.
In light of recent events, CHADMAN welcomes his friend and fellow combat vet, Jordan Allman to the show to discuss veteran non-profits and how easily they can let their reputations and donations become more important than actually helping veterans. Especially when these organizations begin to fire employees for not wanting to play along and by chastising anybody who questions their actions. Both CHADMAN and Jordan were a part of one local organization in Bakersfield, CA and got to see how things are really done on the inside and away from the spotlight. They also discuss the "22 a day" veteran suicide statistic, which has veterans and civilians alike doing a push up challenge to bring awareness to veteran suicide. The only problem is that the numbers are inaccurate and the research does not reflect all 50 states. CHADMAN has been very vocal about this. Unfortunately, this has been proven to be upsetting to fellow veterans. But the facts and numbers do not lie. As seen here in this Washington Post article from 2015:
This episode is intended to bring awareness of it's own: That just because an organization has money, connections, and access to the media, that does not make them the BE ALL / END ALL for veterans. And also, that all of the good deeds that they do can be erased by a few bad actions or examples of unprofessionalism.
Robert “Wolfman” Bratcher is a 53 year old Native American of Shawnee and Cherokee blood, but his heart is 100% native and Shawnee. Robert is a retired spiritual leader and holy man of the tribe. He also has 5 degrees in the natural
sciences, nursing and medicine and two medical specialities. He practices
family medicine as a profession but before going into that field he was a
trained field biologist. Robert has always had an interest in Bigfoot and
Sasquatch since a young child especially watching the old 70s movies
about such creatures. He became a true believer and knower
after his first close encounter in 2012 in Indiana while camping in the
Hoosier National forest. The Wolfman has been addicted after squatching in both
Indiana and Kentucky, having had multiple encounters and 6
sightings... two close up. He also knows the old Shawnee stories and
even the ancient ceremony to honor the old ones. He currently runs the
Facebook group The Sasquatch Research Unit to help others with their
research, and hit the field as often as his busy schedule allows. His
native background and tracking skills along with his experience as a
biologist and current knowledge of anatomy help him in his research
LearnMeScience radio is proud to announce our next scientific series. Evolution! Evolution is another polarizing topic but has over a hundred years of research and data to back it up. In this three-part series we will explore the evolution of our planet Earth from its violent beginnings at the beginning of the solar system through total glaciation and continental drift, asteroid strikes up to today and on to our eventual fate. Episode Two will be about the science of Darwinism and natural selection and why it is such a controversial topic. Finally, the conclusion and season finale of LearnMeScience will trace our history, back to the time of our common ancestors up to today.
Tonight’s episode will focus on the evolution of our planet. From dust to a lava world, from a giant snowball to the lush environment today. The Earth has experienced dramatic changes in its 4 billion year existence and we will take you through from the beginning to today. Join Chemistry editor Ryan G and Captain RedBeard this Thursday at 9 PM MST.
From myustery animals to dark eyed children, Belcher has talked with truckers about their experiences driving late nights on lonely roads.
Belcher, an award-winning newspaper reporter and editor, has written four books including the Brotherhood of the Wheel which is a paranormal-based book about a trucker who picks up a ghostly hitchhiker. That meeting sends him on a wquest for answers that pertain to cases of missing children.
The research Belcher did for the book is very interesting.
Hosts Janet Kira Lessin & Karen Christine Patrick interview experiencer on Tolec on Experiencer's Network on Aquarian Radio on May 5, 2016 from 8 to 10 Eastern time.
Tolec’s new book” Contact with Higher Dimensional ET Life: A Heart Centered Experience “in his “Tolec” role, is a first for him. He’s has 65+ plus U.S & international radio interviews and round table panel discussions.
Tolec is an Earth human representative of the Andromeda Council, an intergalactic, interstellar and inter-dimensional governance & development body of aligned benevolent star systems & planets of sentient, intelligent life for worlds in both the Milky Way and Andromeda galaxies. Here on Earth they are collectively known as the Andromeda Council. In space where they function, the various member planets, ambassadors and other delegates simply refer to it as the Galactic Council. You can think of the Council as a deep space United Nations.
He has been given the name “Tolec”, as an Earth based, pubic persona work name by the five (5) people with whom he regularly communicates who are stationed on the primary Andromeda Council biosphere where many of its meetings are held.
Tolec says he was first contacted as an adult in 1993 by his principal Andromeda Council contact person, the commander of the primary Andromeda Council biosphere, who like Tolec, is originally from the planet Dakote in the Taygeta star system located in the open star cluster of the Pleiades.
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