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Lon was joined by Jennifer Steiner on December 23, 2014 to talk about how InnerChange Residential Therapy has successfully grown into six programs. Jennifer is the new CEO of InnterChange and excited about the future of this growing corporation. Part of the secret was each acquisition was deliberate and chosen for their compatibility with the vision of InnerChange, and had excellent reputations for quality relational work with students and families. Lake House Academy-NC is the latest acquisition, coming after a several year management contract they had been in with InnerChange. Lake House Academy works with girls ages 10-14, adds pre-teen girls to the groups served. InnerChange in the past has predominately worked with all girl programs, except for Oakley School-UT which is coed. However, according to Steiner, InnerChange does not limit itself to the populations they serve and hold open the possibility of expanding through additional coed schools or even all male programs. Other InnerChange Schools are: Sunrise Residential Treatment Center-UT, Fulshear Treatment to Transition-TX, Chrysalis-MT and New Haven Residential Treatment Center-UT.
Jennifer Steiner, 805-279-8564 firstname.lastname@example.org www.innerchange.com
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Project Empowerment is honored to have on author and Professor Marc Bekoff. He is professor emeritus of ecology and evolutionary biology at the University of Colorado, Boulder. He has worked alongside leading writers and activists including Jane Goodall, Peter Singer, and PETA cofounder Ingrid Newkirk.
We’ll be discussing his new book Rewilding Our Hearts: Building Pathways of Compassion and Coexistence.
In wildlife conservation work, rewilding refers to habitat restoration and the creation of corridors between preserved lands to allow declining populations to rebound. Marc Bekoff, one of the world’s most engaging animal experts and activists, here applies rewilding to human attitudes. He argues that unless we rewild ourselves, becoming profoundly reconnected to nature and fundamentally shifting our consciousness, our conversation efforts will have but limited impact.
Please join us as we’ll be discussing this a so much more.
ASA~ Family, peace to everyone ! Please tune in for an extremely important two part program. First we have Sister Marguerite Muhammad who is very gifted and talented in so many ways, she's a Master of Arts and Crafts, her quilts have been featured in museums, she has a new product called Food In A Jar, that is a Must Hear and take heed to product ( especially in times of Disaster) she's a Great Sister with Soooo much to share. Then we have Sister Landra Nura Sabakhan Muhammad is another extraordinary Sister with so much to share, she's a Dianetic Auditor and author of a newly released book titled:
Weathering The Storm: Disaster Preparedness How To Survive The Fall Of America....
History has shown us that some of the most unprepared populations of people in the United States are Black, Brown and peoples of color. Remember Hurricane Katrina? NEVER AGAIN!!!
This book - Weathering The Storm: Disaster Preparedness [How To Survive The Fall Of America] provides information specifically to help and cater to the needs of the darker skinned peoples of America. Truly, anyone that has not prepared might suffer greatly from famine, natural disasters, economic collapse, and potentially an unnecessary demise. And we also have our Brother Deitric Muhammad who has a great product and many Do For Self ventures that he's engaged in !! Bring your pen and pad and invite others to tune into Economically Speaking !!!! Call in #347.857.4514 also via www.blogtalkradio.com/hereafterisnow
A Genealogical Quest in the Triracial South
What began as genealogical research into the author's ancestry soon grew into a fascinating tale with lessons for us all. Among his ancestors, Johnson uncovered: unpunished murderers, infidelities that produced stronger families than formal marriages, entire units of North Carolinians who fought and died to preserve the Union in the Civil War. The tale holds enough plot twists for a half-dozen novels.
But most of all, it reveals in a personal way what molecular anthropologists have been trying to explain all along. The fact is that we are all of multiple ancestries. Inhabitants of the New World are a genetic mix of three great populations, Native Americans, European colonists, and African slaves. Nowhere is this more vivid than in Pell Mellers, the story of one man's search for his tangled roots.
"In Paul Johnson's engaging journey into his roots in Bertie County, North Carolina, he discovers an intriguing family of pocosin dwellers who personify the South's multiracial heritage and its political minorities, including Unionists and the original Buffalo Soldiers. Pell Mellers is a solid contribution to the history of the "other South" that complements the well-traveled mainstream, illustrating our rich and textured past." -- Lindley S. Butler, author of Pirates, Privateers, and Rebel Raiders of the Carolina Coast..Read full description of episode here!
I have been a very active Magickal force in the Occult world since October 1993. I am tarot card reader, a Usui and Sacred Flame Master-Teacher for 14 years in total, an Isian, a Witch, a practitioner of the Haitian Voudoun religion and I am presently learning more about color therapy. I am also studying Umbanda for the past 4 years thorough The Temple of Guaracy of Washington D.C. (in Kensington, MD). I am presently in active ordination studies with the Fellowship of Isis under the tutelege of the late Rev. Deena Hartray Butta, FOI Archbishop of the Lyceum of Eleusis in Chicago before she passed away January 27, 2013. I was the previous Godchild of Papa Max Beauvoir; Hougan Elder, biologist and scientist from Mariani, Haiti from 1996 to 2002.
THRIVEcast is a voice for social & emotional wellness and one of our featured weekly broadcast will focus on ending labeling isolation and exclusion or (inequity) of underserved populations by sharing experiences and becoming a point of contact to connect and improve understanding and learn acceptance.
Tune in every Tuesday evening at 6pm Pacific Time to join Prizila Vidal and Stewart Joseph as discuss issues faced every day to include coming out, gender identity, intimate partner violence, suicide prevention, bullying, finance, sexuality, HIV prevention, healthy relationships, and more. The True Colors show is all about CONNECTING WITH PEERS, we have a place to learn, educate, contribute, connect, give and receive comfort, empower and foster integrity, celebrate and entertain.
Carmela J. DeCandia, Psy.D. - Director, The National Center on Family Homelessness
Dr. Carmela DeCandia is a licensed clinical psychologist with specialties in trauma, child and adolescent development, program development, and assessment. Throughout her career, she has worked with underserved populations, including young parents and children and families experiencing homelessness and trauma as well as those involved in the child welfare system. She has spent more than 20 years in roles that include service delivery, program management, clinical director, and vice president. She spent over a decade at St. Mary's Center for Women and Children in Dorchester, MA, working with families experiencing homelessness and trauma to achieve residential and economic stability, educational advancement, and emotional well-being. Dr. DeCandia has worked as a school psychologist in an inner-city charter school in Boston, MA, conducting school-based assessments. She has also taught as adjunct faculty at Lesley University about understanding trauma in the lives of children and adolescents and using play to assess and treat young children. Dr. DeCandia received a Master of Psychology from Boston University, a Doctorate in Clinical Psychology from Antioch University New England, and a mastery certificate in Global Mental Health from the Harvard Program in Refugee Trauma.
Meet Heather Chauvin on The Mompreneur Model Show on December 11th at 10amPT / 1pmET and anytime in archive. Heather is a mental health and self-esteem expert who has made it her mission to enhance the lives of women and children through conscious living. Heather has a Bachelor of Social Worker Degree and wide variety of continuing education certification in the mental health and holistic sector. Heather also carries a decade of experience working with many diverse populations locally and abroad. Her unique life experience and professional trainings gives Heather a one-of-a kind approach to personal growth and development. Her work has been featured in multiple media outlets including the OWN network and Huffington Post. She also sits on the Medical Advisory Board with the not for profit agency Enchanted Makeovers and facilitates local grant programs in coordination with the Dove Self Esteem Foundation curriculum. Join us and feel free to be part of the conversation by calling 646 595 3163. Thanks to our show sponsors TeaScapes and Healthy Concepts. Meet all of our sponsors in our Mompreneur Marketplace. Be sure to connect with us on Facebook, Twitter and Google+ and email email@example.com for info on our shows. Word of Mom Radio - sharing the wisdom of women.
Listen/Call in as Don Adams opens the phone lines & brings to light social injustices happening in your neck in the woods, but most importantly he constructs & puts into place a game plan dedicated to combating the unequal justice system happening not just in the States, but abroad.
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SEE ALSO: Did You Know 1 In 3 Black Males Will Go To Prison In Their Lifetime?
FACTS: Approximately 12%-13% of the American population is African-American, but they make up 40% of the almost 2.1 million male inmates in jail or prison (U.S. Department of Justice, 2009). Census data for 2000 of the number and race of all individuals incarcerated in the United States revealed a wide racial disproportion of the incarcerated population in each state: the proportion of blacks in prison populations exceeded the proportion among state residents in twenty states; the percent of blacks incarcerated was five times greater than the resident population.
In an August 2013, Sentencing Project report on Racial Disparities in the United States Criminal Justice System, submitted to the United Nations, "one of every three black American males born today can expect to go to prison in his lifetime".
Leo Adam Biga is an Omaha-based blogger, nonfiction author and award-winning journalist. His 2012 book Alexander Payne: His Journey in Film is a collection of his extensive journalism about the Oscar-winning filmmaker. Additionally, Biga is the coeditor of Memories of the Jewish Midwest: Mom and Pop Grocery Stores and the author of two e-books for the Omaha Public Schools.
The University of Nebraska at Omaha graduate contributes articles to newspapers and magazines. The former film programmer frequently writes about film and other art and culture subjects. His work's been recognized by his peers at the local, regional and national levels.
He's nearing completion on the biography of a Catholic priest who served marginalized populations around the world and he continues researching a new project on Nebraska's film heritage. A new edition of the Payne book is in-progress.
Sample his eclectic work at leoadambiga.wordpress.com or www.facebook.com/LeoAdamBiga.