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Kathy Haley is a 1985 graduate from the Tampa campus of The University of South Florida earning a B.S. Degree in Criminal Justice.
Since her graduation she has held various positions with the Florida Department of Corrections to include Probation Officer, Drug Court Officer, and Correctional Services Assistant Administrator where she was directly involved in the certification and monitoring of Batterers’ Intervention Programs throughout the state of Florida.
Haley was selected by the late Governor Lawton Chiles to serve as a member of the Commission on Minimum Standards for Batterer’s Treatment.
Kathy has also been an active volunteer for various non-profit organizations dedicated to serving victims of domestic violence as well as the Auburndale Police Department. She has been honored for her work in the area of Domestic Violence by J.C.Penney, The City of Lakeland, and the Florida Department of Corrections.
Kathy knows what it means to be a victim and survivor of Domestic Violence having been a victim herself and survived a near fatal incident in 1992.
She is dedicated to educating the public about Domestic Violence and is a strong advocate for changes to the laws that effect victims.
Author and advocate George Mallinckrodt will give an update on today's meeting with Julie Jones, who was appointed by Governor Scott as Secretary of the Florida Department of Corrections in January, and other work that George does on behalf of the incarcerated mentally ill. Join us this Wednesday at 9pm Eastern on "Human Rights Demand" channel at BlogTalkRadio. Call-in at 347-857-3293, and listen to the archived Blogtalkradio show via computer during or after the broadcast.
WE CLOSE OUT THE WEEK DISCUSSING THE INDUSTRIAL PRISON SYSTEM AND WHISTLE BLOWERS.
JUDGE SENTENCED TO 28 YEARS IN PRISON FOR SELLING BLACK TEENS TO PRISONS.
GENERAL PATRAEUS GIVEN MISDEMEANOR FOR VIOLATING THE ESPIONAGE ACT WHILE OTHER WHISTLE BLOWERS ARE PROSECUTED TO PRISON TIME UNDER THE SAME LAW.
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Larry Kiser, Chinese Energetic Practitioner, will join me on the program today to discuss the Reclaiming of Self Esteem. Larry will introduce the idea of Timeless Awareness and his intention for the call is to support listeners in releasing old patterns of inner conflict through immediate corrections at the subconscious level. Thus listeners may actually have a healing while listening to the call!
Larry says that freeing ourselves of resentment and letting go of blame, accusation, regret and judgement allows more energy and emotional resources for being more of the person you want to be. In addition, Self Esteem is greatly enhanced with the healing of major life events such as divorce or illness, inner conflicts as well as well as the healing of life shaping events such as conflicts with peers, parents, teachers or one's boss.
After the healing from Larry, listeners are welcomed to share their experience and how they NOW feel.
Larry Kiser has worked in the healing field for over 20 years. His practice is influenced by study and work with Russian scientists, an ex CIA operative, Mayan Elders, a Shaolin Master, the Emissaries of Divine Light, various Spiritual teachers, years of working with clients, and his own Spiritual Guides. His teaching and practice includes national and international work in the U.S., Canada, Germany, Latvia, Mexico and Hong Kong. As a former lawyer he taught classes in universities and lectured in various states.
Dedication: Patrolman George Nissen succumbed to injuries sustained 10 years earlier when he was assaulted while attempting to break up a large fight on February 13th, 2005. Stone Park Police Department, Illinois, End of Watch: Thursday, March 12, 2015
Southern Sense is a show of conservative talk on news and events, with Annie "The Radio Chick" Ubelis as host and Dan Butcher as co-host.
Guest: Liz Luras, - Will NOT be with us due to a medical emergency. She will join us at a later date.
Today's Guest: Mike Culter - Former INS agent and immigration expert
Informative, fun, irreverent and politically incorrect, you never know where we'll go, but you'll love the journey!
Visit our website at http://www.Southern-Sense.com, become a member and follow us here and on Facebook.
TUC Radio is produced by Maria Gilardin
Maria Gilardin learned radio in the KPFA news department in 1980 and was one of the founders of the women's department. She co-wrote the GATT Guide for the Earth Summit in Rio, was founding producer of the national weekly public-affairs show Making Contact, and is a member of the International Forum on Globalization. Since 1993, Maria has written and produced radio on global trade and great ideas of local resistance to globalization.
About this series: "An Indigenous Peoples' History of the United States"
About the author: Roxanne Dunbar-Ortiz grew up in rural Oklahoma, the daughter of a tenant farmer and part-Indian mother. She holds a Ph.D. in history and is an activist in the international Indigenous movement for more than four decades.
This first part of the program brings you Dunbar-Ortiz' description of North America before invasion, the emergence of the US concept of a chosen people, the development of the role of the US military as a force for genocide that seamlessly transitioned into the US foreign wars, the role of militias, a brief history of AIM, the American Indian Movement, and the consequences of the Gold Rush in California.
During Q&A Dunbar-Ortiz was asked about an earlier book by her. The Great Sioux Nation, published in 1977, came out of the 1974 Wounded Knee trials where Dunbar-Ortiz was an expert witness.
Dunbar-Ortiz is the author or editor of seven other books, including Roots of Resistance: A History of Land Tenure in New Mexico; The Great Sioux Nation; Red Dirt: Growing Up Okie, and Blood on the Border: Memoir of the Contra War. She lives in San Francisco.
I recorded Roxanne Dunbar-Ortiz on Dec. 4, 2014, at Green Apple, one of the last used bookstores in San Francisco. Her book had been published two months earlier.
What is the role of masculinity in conversations about violence against women and girls? Why has the release of the film, India's Daughter which allowed us to hear the voice of a convicted felon threatened the very idea of it? Most importantly, how can the essence of masculinity be used towards finding ways to prevent violence against women and girls?
Join me when I speak to Gender Advisor for Save the Children in Stockholm, Laxman Belbase as we explore these areas.
Laxman Belbase is an experienced social worker, advocating human rights of children & women with proven record of quality programme development, implementation and advocacy in the field of child rights & social justice at national, regional and global levels, for the last 12 years.
Pioneers works around engaging boys and young men in creating safe spaces for children & women at community level and mobilise communities to address violence against women and girls, child marriage, sexual abuse & neglect, corporal punishment, violent punishment of children, domestic violence, addressing masculinities, sexual & reproductive health & rights (SRHR), sexual and gender-based violence and gender rights in general. Had worked , for 3 years, as an Academic member for Bio statistics in Department of Public Health and Biometrics in Department of Pharmacy in Asian College, Purbanchal University, Nepal.
Work zones pose challenges for drivers. When drivers come to a work zone they need to understand the messages that they are receiving from signs, roadway devices, and other visual cues that create the need for them to change their driving behavior. In today’s distracted environment, physical changes to the roadway such as reduced lane width, abrupt lane shifts and short interstate ramps can complicate driving.
Work zones pose challenges for emergency responders. Often work zones create confined spaces for emergency responders to do their own work in. In some cases, crews have to respond in the opposite direction of travel, they have to gain access to work areas, and they have to be sure to pre-stage equipment. Coordinating with construction crews is a secret to success and the Iowa Department of Transportation has tapped into this secret.
In this episode of TIM Network Podcasts, John Wilson with the Iowa Department of Transportation will talk about their Traffic Critical Projects Program.
The Illinois Professional Licensing Consultants is a group of highly experienced attorneys and investigators who previously worked for the I.D.P.R. will represent and/or defend licensed professionals in cases involving the Illinois Department of Financial and Professional Regulation, Illinois Department of Public Aid and Illinois Department of Public Health. In this monthly podcast series our attorneys and consultants will share news, tips and resources.
Topics covered in this 30 minute podcast:
Michael Favia and his experience in medical malpractice and how it connects to professional licensing;
The potential licensing issues doctors face when medical malpractice cases are settled;
About National Practitioner Data Bank and how it can that affect licensed physicians and healthcare professionals;
How medical malpractice attorneys work with licensing consultants to better serve healthcare professional clients;
Industry trends in healthcare and licensing that of which our listeners should be aware.
Michael V. Favia He is a former Asst. Illinois Attorney General and the Chief Prosecutor for the Illinois Dept. of Professional Regulation (IDPR), now known as the Illinois Dept. of Professional and Financial Regulation (IDFPR). Favia is affiliated former prosecutors, investigators and professional licensing board members assist licensed professionals in their business, regulatory and IDFPR related matters. Visit our Illinois Professional Licensing Consultants website for more information. You may also contact Michael V. Favia for more information by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org or dial (773) 631-4580.
The current narrative of the police state is to shoot first, blame later. Police are now shooting people then coming up with reasons to validate their brutality afterwards. After they have concoted a reason for the shooting they the police department then sets out to assinate the charector of the person they had shot. This is the demonic repeating cycle of police terrorism. While the circumstances may be different all of the people being shot share one commonality. They are all Black. Why are the footsoldiers of the establishment so hell bent on destroying the original people? Why are we funding the madness they are perpetuating? Why is it illegal to be aboriginal? THE CRIME OF BEING BLACK.
The staff of the non profit grass roots orginization, United Nations of Consciousness, will be talking about there mission, hashtag activism, and blackeconomics
Today is Thursday and today we have our Host ANdy Prado who wil be discussing the issues facing veterans trying to survive on a fixed income while facing ever rising costs as a Disabled Veyteran trying to live in a major US City.
What are the issues facing the homeless and their families in major US cities?
How do the costs of living in amajor city affect veterans seeking hosuing and what we can do to advocate for our veterans to have a better quality of life.
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Legynd ([lej-uh nd]), born October 28, 1983, Charles Marcus Anthony Jones Jr., In Hollywood, Ca. Legynd later moved to Atlanta , Ga., where he now resides. He is currently working on his Debut Album entitled “L.O.L” Life of Legynd; under R.I.M.M. Global Media Record Label...Legynd was raised in a God fearing home by his loving grandmother Katherine Stewart. She instilled high morals and values in Legynd, which he vows to carry for the rest of his life. Legynd always had a passion for music and the performing arts. At the young age of 5 years old, he began to demonstrate his talents. He started modeling with “Yasha Models of Atlanta", for shows such as "The Annual March of Dimes for Healthier Babies” Fashion Show Extravaganza. He also performed at various fundraisers such as, The Department of Family and Children Services, BellSouth Junior Achievement, Northlake Mall Atlanta Georgia, (special event programs), and many more highly profiled shows. Legynd was persistence in his quest to emulate every move and every beat of his idol, “Michael Jackson”.