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What is a Role Model? Seems like an easy answer -- someone that inspires you. But there may be more permutations than that, so we thought we'd explore it a little more deeply, starting off with perhaps the mother of all role models, Eleanor Roosevelt. I met Shannon Butler when she gave me a tour of Val-Kill, Mrs. Roosevelt's private home. I was inspired by Shannon's enthusiam, knowledge & apparent joy in imparting it. That gives us a glimpse into what a role model can do.
Shannon graduated from SUNY New Paltz with a degree in history and is pursuing that further at University at Albany. She has worked on all that while working as a National Park Ranger! She calls herself all all-American Hudson Valley girl.
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On this week's ScreenPicks Movie Show, we review four new films. First we'll discuss James Gandolfini's final film The Drop. Then we review Jessica Chastain's Oscar contending performance in The Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby. Next, we'll review Kristen Wiig and Bill Hader's new twin film The Skeleton Twins. Finally, we'll review My Old Lady.
Eleanor Goldfield is the founder and lead singer of Rooftop Revolutionaries, a modern hard rock band from the LA underground rock scene. RR songs are full of political and social views, blending their progressive message with a heavy rock sound similar to that of Alice in Chains. Rooftop Revolutionaries released their second album, White. Eleanor joins us this Friday from the nation's capital.
Progressive, hard rock/metal vocalist Militia Vox released her cover EP BAIT,Halloween 2014 as the tempting lead-in to the upcoming original release THE VILLAINESS,this year. THE VILLAINESS is a two-album concept project by a strong woman representative of the underworld of rebels, outlaws and outsiders. The founder and leader of the Judas Priestess, Militia can crash heavy metal and belt with the bestof them, and deudce with smooth soul and blues when she wants. She tells us all about her journey and her future this Friday.
Welcome to another afternoon of Journal Jabber with your host Angela Yuriko Smith and today we have a two for one special going on as we have a double chat going on with authors Meg Mims and Eleanor Cawood Jones.
Mims is the author of several books, including Double Crossing and Double or Nothing, a historical mystery set in the American West; Santa Paws, Santa Claws and The Key to Love. Jones is the author of A Baker's Dozen and Death is Coming to Town.
Today's show has been generously sponsored by The Eyes for Editing.
With more than 15 years as a professionally licensed natural hairstylist, Darrius Peace is an internationally recognized speaker, author, and natural hair instructor that has helped countless women and clients make a seamless transition from chemicals to wearing their coiled tresses with confidence.Peace’s methods are rooted in the philosophy that a smooth transition to healthy, natural hair involves not only a physical transformation, but a mental transformation as well. Peace has been praised for his versatility and ability to produce style options that polish, modernize and redefine the image of today’s “natural woman.” Peace is married with four children and travels all over the world speaking and teaching natural hair care while wearing his own natural stresses.
My name is Eleanor Walk. I am 36 yrs young and loving life. I was born December 18, 1977. I've been married 17 years and have two kids. A son 16 and daughter 8. I was raised by my grandparents. I joined the Air Force at the age of 19. That is where Elleete Creations was born. I use to do hair and make things in the military. I've always been creative. If it isn't writing, designing clothes, painting, it's something! I love being creative. It wasn't until I went natural and started to embrace my true self I realized that was the me that had been trying to get out all along! Becoming natural was more than the hair on my head, it was an awakening to my spirit!
Anna Eleanor Roosevelt, although born in an affluent family, had the distinction of being considered the "Ugly Duckling" of the family, compounded by the loss of her parents at an early age. Still, her Brilliance remained. Click here: Eleanor Roosevelt.biography, is the most celebrated First Lady and the most outspoken. She supported civil & human rights throughout the world and shared her Brilliance publically:
First Lady of the United States from 1933 - 1945/First Lady of New York State
Presidential Commission on the Status of Women
United Sates Delegate to the United Nations General Assembly
United States Representative to & Chairman for the United Nations Commission on Human Rights
"Where, after all, do universal human rights begin? In small places, close to home - so close and so small that they cannot be seen on any maps of the world. Yet they are the world of the individual person; the neighborhood he lives in; the school or college he attends; the factory, farm, or office where he works. Such are the places where every man, woman, and child seeks equal justice, equal opportunity, equal dignity without discrimination. Unless these rights have meaning there, they have little meaning anywhere. Without concerted citizen action to uphold them close to home, we shall look in vain for progress in the larger world."-E.Roosevelt. Join us as we talk Brilliance
Eleanor Sullivan is an award-winning author of books for nurses as well as the Monika Everhardt medical mysteries. Holding both a nursing degree and a doctorate, she is a former dean of nursing and past president of the world’s largest nursing organization.
Now she’s turned her attention to the past, crafting a series of historical mysteries set in the 19th Century religious settlement of her ancestors. The stories feature a midwife and her cabinet-maker husband in the Northern Ohio village of Zoar. Graven Images is the latest in the series.
Join Eleanor Sullivan and me on Tuesday, October 29, 10-11 A.M. CT US as we discuss her passion for writing, family and her unabashed appreciation of her ancestors, the Society of Separatists.
Recently the White House sent out an email asking, 'Do You Know Who Ada Lovelace is?' (Yes. Do you?) & there was buzz around the last press conference of the year focusing only on female journalists -- Eleanor Roosevelt did it first, but who's counting... ? Well, someone is, because everywhere you look, someone is trying to restore balance to our patriarchal society. Feminist.com founder Marianne Schnall asked the leading question in her book What Will It Take to Make a Woman President? and got great answers from scores of luminaries on women & leadership. Feminist icon Gloria Feldt has founded Take the Lead Women, based on her book No Excuses: 9 Ways Women Can Change How We Think about Power . But could Plato have the answer? Professor Anna Caney's new transcription of a previously unpublished work by Henry Howard gives a universe of historical reasons why women should rule. Hey, it worked for Queen Elizabeth I.
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Quite often, there are people who can be described as "a person for a time such as this."
Abraham Lincoln, Frederick Douglass, Harriet Tubman, Sojourner Truth, Susan B. Anthony, Teddy Roosevelt, Rosa Parks, Eleanor Roosevelt, Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Malcolm X and so many others come to mind. Looking back on the context of their times in history, we loft them into super human statuses and forget that they were born like the rest of us and they have died like we all will.
What unites all of these names from our history is the common trait that they had the courage to stand up, speak up and "ACT UP!!"
That last phrase Act Up comes from our featured guest for this episode of The #SocialSpitballShow.
Dixon D. White is a self-described redneck and reformed racist. Dixon has many experiences to draw from to elicit truth about race, which is, in part, that we cannot ignore it away. Dixon calls on fellow White Americans to embrace their "White Racial Responsibility" to speak up and ACT UP when they see racial hurt.
I personally love the term "Act Up" because it makes me think of a child misbehaving, but also the clever bumper sticker that says that "Well-Behaved Women Never Make History." It's true & fitting because we need to step outside of our "comfort zone" of complacency and condoning of a terrible history of racism and violence in this country.
This history of racism and violence manifests itself as much today as in the past. Racism is not over. We need to stand up to racism. With courageous folks like Dixon White speaking up and acting up on the subject, we can be sure to bring more healing and common ground.
Won't you tune in and hear from this amazing & inspiring man and others like him? Barbara and I are excited to get this conversation going...
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Thus Self Confidence is about one’s abilities, while Self Esteem is about one’s sense of worth as a person. Let’s look at what this means through an example…
When you go for a job interview, self confidence is the quality that causes you to believe that the interviewer will find you qualified, and offer you a job. Self esteem is the quality that causes you to believe that you are a valuable person whose life is important — regardless of the opinion of the interviewer and of whether you are offered the job.
How to Gain Self Confidence
Those who believe they can do something
and those who believe they can’t
are both right.
– Henry Ford
Success consists of going from failure to failure without loss of enthusiasm.
– Winston Churchill
How Self Confidence and Self Esteem Reinforce Each Other
Trust yourself, then you will know how to live.
– Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
The future belongs to those who believe in the beauty of their dreams.
– Eleanor Roosevelt