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Sunday September 21st at 8pm est,7pm cst and 5pm pst, please join Joe and Albert as they discuss the Proposed Endangered Species Act that was mentioned at MACNA. Please check out this link : http://www.fws.gov/endangered/ from the U.S. Fish and wildlife Services and also a link from Thomas Vision Reef: http://www.thomasvisionreef.com/aquarium-report/2014/9/9/clownfish-can-become-an-endagered-species-what This should be a very informative discussion as we help bring awareness to the listeners of the Under The Sea Radio Show.
IS THE BLACK RACE BECOMING THE NEW ENDANGERED SPECIES ON EARTH? WHY IS THIS HAPPENING TODAY? CAN THIS BE PREVENTED? WHO IS REALLY IN CONTROL OF THIS PHENOMENON? IS THE SO CALLED BLACK RACE EVEN AWARE? FIND OUT THE ANSWERS TO ALL OF THESE QUESTIONS TONIGHT AT 9PM ON STATION OF MENTELLECT RADIO WSOM 14.4 (BLOGTALK) FEAT THE INTEL NUBEN MENKARAYZZ/MFA
An endangered species is a population of organisms which is facing a high risk of becoming extinct because it is either few in numbers, or threatened by changing environmental or predation parameters. Studies have shown that African-American males have the shortest lifespan of any group of people in the United States. Consider that racial and ethnic disparities in health and health care persist even when income, health insurance and access to care are accounted for. Low performance on a range of health indicators—such as infant mortality, life expectancy, prevalence of chronic disease, and insurance coverage—reveal differences between racial and ethnic minority populations and their white counterparts. Infants born to black women are 1.5 to 3 times more likely to die than those born to women of other races/ethnicities Cancer is the second leading cause of death for most racial and ethnic minorities. Black American men are more than twice as likely to die from prostate cancer than Whites Americans .
Health care disparities in the United States are creating endangered “species” when observing the healthcare consequences for Black and Brown Americans. Health care disparity is defined as population-specific differences in the presence of disease, health outcomes, quality of health care and access to health care services that exist across racial and ethnic groups.
African Americans, American Indians and Alaska Natives are twice as likely to have diabetes as white individuals; diabetes rates among Hispanics are 1.5 times higher than those for whites, are least likely to have access to the newest technological and pharmaceutical advancements for the treatment of diabetes.
I recently published a book "Disparity of Healthcare for Black Senior Citizens" available on Amazon in which I suggested an immediate solution for better Healthcare for Black Senior Citizens
Integrity, "The Endangered Species" yet will always remain a "Vital Leadership Quality", where has it gone? Tune in to hear why we as the Ecclesia absolutely must take a stand on restoring integrity amongst church government. We cannot afford to continue with such trends by not making the necessary adjustments to exemplify change. We have the responsibility of being responsible.Integrity, "The Endangered Species" yet will always remain a "Vital Leadership Quality", where has it gone? Tune in to hear why we as the Ecclesia absolutely must take a stand on restoring integrity amongst church government. We cannot afford to continue with such trends by not making the necessary adjustments to exemplify change. We have the responsibility of being responsible.
Carter & Olivia Ries, Founders of One More Generation (OMG)
One More Generation (OMG) was founded by two elementary students in Fayetteville, GA. The founders are Carter (now 12.5) and his sister Olivia (now 11), who are both extremely passionate about animals and conservation.
They have been adopting Cheetahs in South Africa over the past few years and when they heard that Cheetahs, along with so many other species were close to extinction, they knew they had to act. Olivia and Carter started their own nonprofit in an effort to help educate kids and adults about the plight of endangered species so they can save them for at least One More Generation… and beyond.
Carter, Olivia and One More Generation have been featured in such media outlets as The Wall Street Journal, NPR, CNN, USA Today, Los Angeles Times and much more.
Please help us ensure all endangered species survive at least One More Generation... and beyond For more information visit: www.onemoregeneration.org
Visit and 'Like' their Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/1moregeneration
Is our behavior toward each other setting us up for extinction? Does anyone really believe in 'survival of the fittest' anymore? What forces are influencing the way we "mass think' ? Join us this morning and we will try to make some headway with all this.
Guns, drugs and violence…need we say anymore? The presence of our Black males in today’s society seems to diminish as the day gets longer. Their absence in families, work force, educational system, government and church is on a constant decline. Are we overlooking one of the most crucial issues in our society?? What are your thoughts…are Black Men the next Endangered Species?
It has been proven over and over again with last week's mistrial in the murder case of Jordan Davis cementing a frightening truth. African-American males are an endangered species in this country--a land where their lives holding little to no value.
Tonight, join us as The Tatum Talks hosts a diverse panel of black men to debate how this verdict affects them and our community. They are husbands, fathers and law-abiding citizens, but many in this country are threatened by their presence. They represent a race that is becoming socially bankrupt in many ways.
Who's to blame? What needs to happen to see real and long-lasting change? It's time to put up or shut up in order to save our race.
Join us for this powerful episode.
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Join Zach Tate,Pastor Robert Green, Brian Ganges, and KL Belvin as they discuss the recent killings of unarmed African American males by police officers.
Tune in today on Rockafellaz we jump back into the discussion of the Ferguson case of Victim Michael Brown. We will also talk about another case in New York that recently happened involving another victim, Eric Garner.
So make sure tune in and participate in this discussion.
grand jurys decision
St. Louis County Prosecutor
affects on other communities
police vs civilians
black on black crime
blacks killing blacks
Eric Garner case
Rockafellaz Radio.....Talk that Keeps it 100!!!!
February 18th show we will discuss the verdict handed to Michael Nunn in Florida. What should be done next? We will discuss how parents can protect their children. Are black men in America Endangered Species? Is it time for a Florida Boycott by African Americans? Plus we will discuss much more. Tune in at 5pm Central Standard Time. To call in dial 347-826-9600 press option 1 to talk. Join us in our Chat room also. It's our last 2 weeks so we are going out hot like we came in.