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It is Christmas and time for some lessons on Christianity and where it started. Lets travel to Ethiopia the First Christian Nation and celebrate Christmas with the. In Ethiopia Christ is depicted as The Lion of Judah and the Lamb of God. More than half of the population of Ethiopia is Orthodox Christian. Ethiopia's Christmas celebration occurs on January 7th, the Feast of the Epiphany, instead of December 25. Ethopian Calender Ethiopia has its own calendar and time syste
Tam's Healthy Kitchen World Tour where together we travel the world to exotic locals, discovering the healthiest and most delicious cuisines on the planet! In the food you find history, culture, and love of the people who prepare and share it! Our first Stop is Ethiopia right here in Seattle's Central District at Assimba on the corner of MLK and Cherry. I have always been drawn to the people, the culture and the food of Ethiopia! There is even a chapter dedicated to it in
Ever been to Ethiopia? Join talented Toronto-based travel writer Maureen Littlejohn as she visits Travel Itch Radio to talk about her trips to remote Ethiopia and other exotic climes. She's also been to Australia and has a ticket to Swaziland. Join Dan Schlossberg and Christine Tibbetts as they visit with Maureen on BlogTalkRadio.com Thursday 7/19 at 8p EDT. Call in questions at 914-338-0314. See you on the radio!
Topic: Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery with guest: Dr. Adam Waksor. Dr. Adam Waksor is an Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeon who is currently in private practice in Atlanta, Ga after serving as the director of the Oral and maxillofacial surgery department at Geisinger Health System. Dr. Waksor has led more than ten surgical missions to Ethiopia and treated over hundred patients in the past ten years.
Host: Lydia Tesfa, PhD
Neurosurgical training in Ethiopia andtriangular partnership, past lessons and future prospects. Guest and brief profile: Dr. Stephen Freidberg is Professor Emiritus of Neurosurgery with extensive international experience. He participated in the neorsurgical training in Ethiopia through the Foundation of International Education in Neurological Surgery (FIENS) and contributed to the triangular partnership manual compiled by People to People. Dr. Freidberg will discuss common
What kind of hope do you offer others? Our guest is Lily Yoseph, founder of Tangible Hope.
Lily Yoseph, Tangible Hope
After living on three continents and exploring a number of careers, Telile “Lily” Yoseph found that her life’s purpose and passion lay in her own backyard— the small community in Kofele, Ethiopia where she was born in 1963.
After high school, Lily moved to the Netherlands and then Los Angeles, California. Yet in the years away from her family, Lily had experienced some difficult times and still had not found what she called her “life’s purpose.” So in 2008, after 25 years away from home, Lily returned to Ethiopia.
Knowing that she could not help everyone, Lily made the decision to help one family in a way that would immediately and concretely improve their lives. She chose a family with eight children and had a house built for them. It was during the construction of that home that Lily met Ubo, a seven-year-old girl who stayed at home doing domestic chores to help her family rather than going to school. “One day, I took her picture and showed her the photo,” Lily says. “She smiled and said, ‘I didn’t know I’m that beautiful.’”
That encounter touched Lily deeply. She says, “I made a decision that day to do all I could to make sure that no girl would grow up without knowing how beautiful she is or having the opportunity to go to school.” After arranging to support Ubo’s education herself, Lily flew home to California and, with the hope of creating opportunities for more girls like Ubo, established Tangible Hope Foundation—a nonprofit that runs on a shoestring budget out of her one-bedroom apartment.
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Cancer Research with guest: Abebe Haregewoin, MD, PhD. Dr. Abebe is Vice President at Myriad Genetics. He is trained both in Immunology and Radiation Oncology and has extensive experience in biotechnological research. He will be discussing his perspectives both as a physician and a researcher and highlight promising innovations in cancer research. Host: Dr. Yabi Marcos
Welcome back to LIFE.LOVE.LAUGHTER radio w/Tone & LB for another edutaining experience.
LIFE.LOVE.LAUGHTER radio w/Tone & LB is a place where we bring the wisdom, knowledge, and experiences that we have acquired so far in our journey, to those who may be curious about whats really happening in the world or those who may just be looking to have fun listening to something entertaining, but also enlightening. We are a edutainment based radio show where we are open to all topics and we encourage callers to call in and speak and say whatever they want with the mindset that we are all here to learn from each other.
Shows include: music, giveaways, special guests (not every show)
Topic for Discussion: Taboo No More! Mental Health Topics with Dr. Yonas Geda, Professor of Neurology and Psychiatry at Mayo Clinic on Cognitive Impairment and Dementia. Dr. Yonas Geda is professor of Neurology and Psychiatry at the Mayo clinic college of medicine. He is a fellow of the American Neuropsychiatric association and currently chairman of the Academy of Psychosomatic medicine. Dr. Yonas is actively engaged in clinical, educational and research activities. His research examines the impact of life style factors and neuropsychiatric symptoms on brain aging and mild cognitive impairment. Dr. Yonas has authored or co-authored over 80 peer reviewed articles. Tonight's host is Dr. Jeffrey Hoffman
The Author Enver Masud is the founder of The Wisdom Fund. His articles on national and world affairs have been published in newspapers and magazines in the U.S. and overseas. He is the author of an award-winning book — The War on Islam, and a contributing author of 9/11 and American Empire and Islam: Opposing Viewpoints. He has lectured widely on 9/11.
An engineer by profession, he managed research programs, the National Power Grid Study, and the National Electric Reliability Study for the U.S. Department of Energy, and set up and directed the Operations Review Division at the Iowa Commerce Commission. As an engineering management consultant, he has worked for the U.S. Agency for International Development, and the World Bank, in Albania, Egypt, Ethiopia, Ghana, Indonesia, Latvia, Pakistan, Russia, and Tanzania.
He has written to ICC on the Pentagon crimes. He says as a consultant I learned how to present to those less technically inclined. I've focused on the Pentagon because I live less than a mile from it, and also because most others are focused on the WTC.
Topic for Discussion: Neurosurgical training in Ethiopia andtriangular partnership, past lessons and future prospects. Guest and brief profile: Dr. Stephen Freidberg is Professor Emiritus of Neurosurgery with extensive international experience. He participated in the neorsurgical training in Ethiopia through the Foundation of International Education in Neurological Surgery (FIENS) and contributed to the triangular partnership manual compiled by People to People. Dr. Fr
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