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http://VictoriaVives.com/radio Interview with SPECIAL GUEST, Doug SImons. At 11 years old, Doug Simons began learning about the native plants of Colorado from his mother. His awareness, knowledge and connection to the plant world has only grown stronger through his life and travels across the American continent. His learning and practicing of medicine has taken place in the Western U.S., Mexico, Central and South America. Through these travels he has learned from many indigenous cultures, some of which include the Tarahumara, the Tohono O’Odham, and the Navajo. www.chanchka.com
Victoria Vives Khuong hosting EARTH SKY people RADIO ~ Living in Harmony with Mother Earth and Awakening to an Intergalactic Society!
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This interview was done on Tuesday and it was so powerful we wanted to play it again. Make sure to tune and listen to what he had to say about the Presidency of Barack Obama. Also, about being a DESPARATE Worshipper. And, his take on Charter Schools v Public schools. And, a look into the thougth process of his music and his spoken word projects.
On this porgram we will explore the possibilities of God's people making a tremendous difference in the world. Matt 5:13. clearly defines our function and objectives in the world When we understand our role, which goes beyond just going to heaven, we can make a tremendous impact in the world.
A group of panelists will explore this topic and offer the practical application to this important topic. this program will change your life and encourae you to realize your potential in Christ.
1. As christians what is our responsibility on this earth?
2. Should the church only be concentrating on preparation for heaven?
3. What is our role on this earth?
4. What are some of the practical steps we can take to make a difference.
5. Covenanted believers..what does that mean to us a fellow christians.
5. Should we be building a kingdom modeled on God's blue print for living or should we continue with the status quo?
Indigenous People are separate and distinct; alien to this administration; and have a separate and distinct status from the administrators of the colonial occupiers of the land; as recognized in the Declaration on Principles of International Law of Friendly Relations and Cooperation Among States; wherein it does say under the Principles of Equal Rights and self determination of Peoples (B5): “The territory of a colony or other Non-Self Governing Territory has, under the Charter, a status separate and distinct from the territory of the State administering it…”
TRIUMPH LEARNING presents El Paso educators Karen Blaine and Omar Yanar from the new charter school, El Paso Leadership Academy.
Hear Chief Kwa David Whitaker, in his own words back for a second riveting discussion of a man on the move and making a Impact in the world around us!!. Hear Chief David, speak on the smear campaign from a few in his town on the three charter schools he serves as CEO, the Ache Cultural Center, located in Cleaveland Ohio. Chief speaks boldly and profound words of wisdom with knowledge only he knows from a man with conviction and servitude in his heart, who rosed above the ashes to Thrived and Survived!!. A man's man!! still dealing with the dark roots of "Racism", "Classism" and "Prejudice" in the America we love and hold dear. Hear Chief speak on the postive movement in his adopted home town Ghana Africa and share the positve possibilities that awaits the Tribal Atonkwa people. We will discuss our excitng new venture to bring Free "MOONDOWEAR" Clothing to the great african people and his Chief, Nana Kodwo Eduakwa V. Initiated through our Charity, Warriors-Hope & Compassion. Don't Miss This Awesome Story, of a Great Man who, "Dreamed The Possible Dream For His Life"!!. On the next "MOONDO WORLD" SHOW!!!.
The Sturgis East Storm and The Sturgis West Navigators will face off for the first of two games this season, Thrusday at Horace Mann Charter School at 4 p.m. Games between these two schools are always full of drama and excitment. Both schools have won their share of games over the past three years. Jacob Tobey will be doing the play-by-play and Miguel Chachi Cruz will be the guest color commentator. Tune in live at 4 p.m. as Sturgis Storm baseball is back on the Sturgis Storm Radio. Go Storm!
Join us tomorrow 7pm–8pm for some RealTalk with a few Newark parents who are making tough decisions about how to best educate their children.
Khadijah Kemp?: She’s 44 years old and a grandmother of 6. Khadijah currently has custody of 4 grandsons ages 3,6,7, and 9. She is a substance abuse counselor and a full time graduate student. Khadijah is originally from Passaic, NJ but has been a resident of Essex County for close to 20 years.
Khadijah’s has 3 grandsons currently attending North Star Alexander and the youngest will begin Head Start in East Orange in a few weeks.
Tawanda Dowdell-Sheard?: She’s a single mother of two. Tawanda’s daughter attended Bragaw Avenue School from kindergarden to fourth grade. Last year she learned that the District and Cami Anderson planned to close Bragaw and that Life Academy known as Team Academy Charter School which offers k-4 would replace it. Tawanda has chosen to send her child’s education at Hawthorne Avenue School—a traditional Public School.
Rob Carpenter: He’s a father of four children. He’s got a daughter who’s a Rutgers graduate and who’s currently studying for her masters. Rob’s son is a graduate of Kean University with a degree in Business. Rob’s third son will be graduating New Jersey City University and his 8 year old daughter attends a Charter School
Rob is a Newark resident of 40 plus years is an author and entrepreneur. He attended Winston Salem where he studied Political Science and then Ho Hocus College where he studied electrical systems. Rob sits on the board for the Central Business District and is an advocate education and community development.
It’s vintage Jim Willie – uncorked! Rick spends the full hour probing Jim Willie’s mind about the unprecedented global financial and geopolitical reset that is presently underway. This is a Jim Willie interview you can’t afford to miss.
The man behind the name Jim Willie has experience in three important fields of statistical practice in the 23 years following completion of a PhD in Statistics at Carnegie Mellon University. He spent time since 2001 in a private consulting firm in Pittsburgh, PA. His work included pharmaceutical and medical claim estimation, stratified sampling for consumer packaged goods market share, training seminars in advanced regression models, and consulting toward various other projects within the firm. In August of 2003, he became a low-cost solution at his firm, and since then has focused exclusively on the US and world economies, financial markets, currencies, and the commodity fields. Gold and energy have been a prime focus.
Couples Coaching: It's not just for new couples. What happens AFTER the first marriage? Today, couples are often on their second (or third!) go-around - Coach Susan Ortolano talks with Terri about this growing Coaching niche - as well as a few other great topics for Coaches, like, who's YOUR coach, coach?
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In this segment of our show Niagara Falls city Council Chair Andy Touma and I discuss city issues of sanitation, city charter, and spending. Mr. Touma elaborates on some of his concerns and some of the initiatives he and the city council have introduced.
Regarding sanitation we discussed the contract and the resources necessary to implement the effective delivery of that service. The manpower makeup of the SWEET team is also discussed..
Enforce the law, Brooke D'Angelo the coordinator of the program called in to explain the bulk pick up that runs from April 6 through May 8.
Some callers discuss Modern's performance with the garbage pickup.
A lengthy discussion of enforcement took place with some of the callers.
People emphasizing that we should have bulk pick up once a month throughout the year. The question of the extent the responsibility of landlords to getting rid of bulk pick up was discussed.
Some people are concerned and hope that the enforcement is done fairly and consistently.
The caller discussed the North Tonawanda garbage pickup were violations are designated by a sticker placed on the tote by the individuals picking up refuse.
The issue of frozen pipes and collapsed sewers was also discussed. Callers were wondering if the infrastructure has ever been comprehensively evaluated to determine the necessary work to be done.