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Host Monica Richardson will interview Carl Hart (born 1966) is an associate professor of psychology and psychiatry at Columbia University. Hart is known for his research in drug abuse and drug addiction. Hart was the first tenured African American professor of sciences at Columbia University. Carl Hart has won the NAACP Image Award for outstanding literary work and Hart was the first tenured African American professor of sciences at Columbia University. Check out his Ted Talks and interview on Democracy Now. Monica Richardson has just completed her first Documentary Film called "The 13th Step." She appeared on Katie Couric with Gabrielle Glaser last summer.
UGP #456 Dead Air With The Professor
Tonight's show is on separation of church and state, or at least whatever pops into the professors head about it…
Also, let's discuss what it means to be an American
What is American culture?
Is it multi cultural or diverse
Or could it all be about whitey?
This is the final broadcast of From The Front Porch With Professor Carl Tone Jones and we will be featuring Christopher Everett as he shares the reviews of his powerful documentary, Wilmington On Fire. We will also discuss current events including the community's reaction to the incident that occured in France earlier in the week and why we respond to these situations the way we do.
I also want to thank each and every one of you who took time out of your busy lives to hang out with me on the Porch over the past year and a half, I love you all!
To tune in either click the link to listen live stream or call in at 914-803-4571 at 6:30pm est!
Peace and Love Family,
This week, it was announced that the Family Medicine Residency Program at Columbia in NYC would be closing. Just hours later, that decision was reversed. What does this mean, and what are next steps? Dr. Gerry Tolbert and I discuss further. In addition, we talked about the recent AAFP Annual Meeting and other topics. Enjoy!
On the borders between Colombia and Ecuador is a beautiful sanctuary, a wonder to its visitors. There is a venerated image of Our Lady of Las Lajas, and thousands and thousands of pilgrims from both countries visit each year and obtain many favors from God.
Back in the eighteenth century, María Mueses de Quiñones, a local woman from the village of Potosi, Colombia, often walked the six miles between her village and the neighbouring one of Ipiales. One day in 1754 as she was making the journey, she approached the place called Las Lajas (the Rocks), where the trail passes through a deep gorge of the Guaitara River. Maria never liked this part of the trail because there were rumors that a cave in Las Lajas was haunted. Such superstitions remained among the converted Christian Indians.
Winona Alexis is Lakota, Nakota and Dakota from the Rosebud reservation in South Dakota but she grew up in Virginia. Winona first became interested in Sasquatch in the 70's when she was about 11 after finding a book in her school library. She now lives in Alberta Canada on the Alexis Nakota First Nations Reserve and has lived there for 16 years. Since moving here her interest in Sasquatch has gone up to a new level. Winona has had some encounters in which she saw what might have been a Sasquatch cross the road with a baby one evening and has has sevral more including, hearing them slam into her house and what sounded like one speaking. Her children and other children visiting her house on the First Nations reserve have had sightings and heard vocals as well.
John Kirk is president of the British Columbia Scientific Cryptozoology Club (BCSCC), and is the author of the award-winning book, In the Domain of the Lake Monsters. John is part of a team of investigators that have searched for cryptids such as Ogopogo, Sasquatch, Cadborosaurus, black alligators, unknown cameloids, lacustrean cryptids and giant salamanders in the province of British Columbia. John has ventured far afield in his quest for evidence for the mystery animals of the world in many areas of the world including Scotland, the Republic of Cameroon and the Republic of the Congo. John is a keen student of police methodologies and investigation techniques which he feels are very useful in the field of cryptozoological research. It is John’s hope that the day will come when cryptozoological researchers will be at the forefront of using technologies and equipment that are of the cutting edge variety in their search for cryptids.
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Professor and mam Benjamin Bilal will be our special guest speaker on this rebroadcasrt show talking about Co-Dependency and Addictions. He will be speaking on the nature of addiction and its negative effects on the human being's growth towards physical, mental, moral, and spiritual excellence. He will teach on the etymology of "dependency," "attachment," and "addiction," and then give the Qur'anic equivalent for each of these concepts.
Join The Smoking Glass Hour tonight at 7:30 PM CST as we talk one on one with Dr. Joshua Stockley, Associate Professor of Political Science at ULM and TV8 News Political Analyst.
Dr. Joshua P. Stockley is an Associate Professor of Political Science at the University of Louisiana at Monroe. He received his B.A. in History and Political Science at Oklahoma Baptist University and his Ph.D. in Political Science at the University of Oklahoma. Prof. Stockley’s teaching and research cover American government, state and local politics, campaigns and elections, Southern politics, public policy, and public administration. His works have appeared in the Journals Race, Class, and Gender, Louisiana Progress, and Southern Political Report; as well as the edited volumes The Roads to Congress and Mediated Images of the South. Prof. Stockley appears frequently in newspapers, on radio, and on television stations in Louisiana and across the nation.
You can tune in at www.thesmokingglasshour.com or 773-897-6398.
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Author of "Entrepreneurial Success: 101 Business Principles, The Road to the Top" Professor Geiger has over 50 years experience in the business world. Over his life time he has started 10 businesses, two of which predated his graduation from the School of Business at the University of Denver. After his second retirement Professor Geiger taught Entrepreneurship and Small Business Management. In order to help people succeed in business Professor Geiger is now continuing to share his vast wealth of knowledge as a regular contributor on Jawanza4Life!!
Tune in from 7-8pm est. Call in to speak with Professor Geiger at (347) 324-5727.
This week Professor Alexander Gillespie and Stephen talk 'GUN LAWS IN NEW ZEALAND'
Professor Alexander Gillespie obtained his LLB and LLM degrees with Honours from The University of Auckland. He did his PhD at Nottingham and post-doctoral studies at Colombia University in New York City. His areas of scholarship pertain to international and comparative environmental law; the laws of war; and a number of pressing issues of social concern such as drug policy; and refugees.
Alexander has published sixteen books. The latest works have been Waste Policy: International Regulation, Comparitive and Contextual Perspectives. (Edward Elgar, London, 2015); International Environmental Law, Policy and Ethics. (OUP, Second edition, 2015); and the Causes of War: 1000-1600 (Volume II, Bloomsbury, NYC, 2015). He has also written over forty academic articles.
Alexander has been awarded a Rotary International Scholarship, Fulbright Fellowship, Rockerfeller Fellowship, and the the New Zealand Law Foundation International Research Fellowship. Alexander has also been the lawyer/expert on a number of international delegations and advised the New Zealand government on multiple matters of international concern. Professor Gillespie was the first New Zealander to be named Rapporteur for the World Heritage Convention, involving international environmental diplomacy under the auspice of UNESCO. Alexander has also been engaged in policy formation for the United Nations, the Commonwealth Secretariat, and governmental, commercial and non-governmental organisations in New Zealand, Australia, United States, United Kingdom, Ireland and Switzerland.
Join in the Black radio as we welcome professor GRIF to the platform for the very first time!! the legend one of the kings of the black liberation movement. make sure you bring you questions family!! it promises to be an explosive interview.
Its been a while but Micheal Correll has off tonight. so we are having openlines tonight ! any thing and everything you guys wanna talk about is game! So join Professor Porterfield and Myself as we open the lines for you our listening audience!!
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