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Introduction to AIGA Connecticut. Today we have Lisa Burns, Vice President of AIGA CT and Christian LoGrasso, Sponsorhsip and Membership Director who are joining us to talk about their involvement with the AIGA Connecticut Chapter. If you are interested in joining the AIGA Connecticut community or want to participate with us in partnership please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org To Lean more about the AIGA Connecticut community please visit us on the web at http://connecticut.a
"Slavery, Freedom and Reunion in a Colonial Connecticut Town" with Grant Hayter-Menzies, Daryl D'Angelo and Donald Roddy In June 1759, Norwich, Connecticut businessman Benajah Bushnell sold Guy Drock, a slave of African ancestry, to Sarah Powers, the Caucasian woman Drock had possibly married. Ironically, this deed freed Drock from Bushnell’s control but not from slavery. In March 2012, descendants of Guy and Sarah Drock and of Benajah Bushnell came together in Norwich for the first time in over two centuries. Drock descendants Daryl D’Angelo and Donald Roddy—who when they began their research years earlier did not know they had African ancestry, and Bushnell descendant Grant Hayter-Menzies—who thought only his Southern ancestors were slave owners—met to try to understand a legacy they did not know they shared. In the town where their past began, they sought to explore the personal impact of their ancestors’ intertwined histories, how the past has shaped them, their research and their interactions with one another today, and the relatively unknown institution of slavery in early New England.
Grant Hayter-Menzies is an internationally published biographer and journalist .
Daryl D’Angelo is a wife and mother, photographer and writer, and lives in a small town in southern New Hampshire.
Donald Roddy is a 78 year old retired Airline Pilot.
As gun control advocates cheered President Obama's call to action on gun violence, the White House began to weigh its options Monday on how to fulfill the president's vow to use all the power of his office to prevent future mass killings. The most likely initiatives following Friday's Connecticut school shooting — efforts to tighten gun show sales, for example, or to reinstate a ban
We discussed the Connecticut shooting as it affected the nation in more ways than one. It has reminded us that we have to take caution in how we handle guns in America. Our priorities may have to be reworked and Mike Mays and the regular crew discuss how these events should be handled. The second amendment has also been discussed in the time of context.
Happy Thanksgiving! This show was pre-recorded so we could spend time with our families. I am sure they would prefer the 4 of us go do the show so they can enjoy the holiday but too bad for them! We will (or did already) smoke a few of Vince's favorite Connecticut Wrapper cigars. Even though we all lean toward fuller bodied cigars we will tell you our opinon and hope you may agree with us. We also talk about family traditions on this holiday and Graham will explain a new event for men call
Today we Pray and send healing energy to the kids and Families in Connecticut and throughout our world! Today we pray for legions of Angels to be with every innocent, young child killed and every man and woman gunned down at an elementary school in Connecticut. We ask that their Souls be surrounded in love
My prayers for the families of the victims in Connecticut
We'll talk about the tragedy today in Connecticut. Tired of the same blond Lame Stream Media babes giving you the "spin"? WELL, tune in to Rebecca Diserio, an italian brunette who rants about the Left, while giving you the Truth about America and the World. Rebecca Diserio is the founder of the Fidelis Radio Network, where "Real Americans Demand the Truth", she is a freelance writer for various Conservative websites, including Conservative Dai
Hosts: Sweet Erin + iamBranded Topics: Connecticut School Shooting Stages of Mental Health Are there signs of Mental distress? This station is home to the slow jams, R&B and music to end the weekend, and begin the week in a calm fashion. We play music (Slow Jams) from established, and up & coming artists. Also topics may include relationship topics to sexual topics and more. All callers are welcome to call in and voice their opinion on all music and topic related subjects. Call in (949
Liz Jorgensen is a certified alcohol and drug counselor with over 26 years experience treating adolescents with substance use disorders in Connecticut. She is the Director of Insight Counseling in Ridgefield, CT, and was recently interviewed for a New York Times article that was published on June 9, 2012. The article is titled "Risky Rise of the Good-Grade Pill". In our interview, we discuss the Times article and highlight some of the challenges families and adolescents f
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