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Betty Shabazz International Charter Schools CEO David Ireland joins us today to discuss the battle with CPS to close one of its schools despite improved academic performances. Youth organizer Laman Reccord explains what young people hope to see happen as a result of the organized protests in response to the killing of Laquan McDonald
The Forgiveness Dr., dr. michael and jeanie ryce are the founder and director of HeartLand, a self-healing center in the Ozark mountains. He is a world renowned lecturer and teacher on health and healing, with doctorates in Naturopathic Medicine and in Holistic Philosophy. The focus of his studies has combined bodymind principles, physics and ancient Aramaic studies into a unique body of pioneering work in the fields of self-healing, healing through relationships, anger and grief resolution, world peace and the inner process of Forgiveness. For more information visit www.whyagain.com
Join host Lisa Stone as she discusses all things junior and college tennis!
Enjoy an incredible 15minutes with host, Dr. Undrai Fizer and his guest, Margaret Packer of Motivating the Masses and Hunter Industries. Live as though theres "NO BOX!!" Dial in at 347-637-3624. Tuesday's at 12:30PM CST
Host Cyrus Webb welcomes author Gordon Edgar to #ConversationsLIVE to discuss his new bok #Cheddar and what it's been like to share his personal passion with the world.
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This class will look at a short history of trends and a whole host of what is coming for 2016! You will leave this class informed of what to spend your hard earned money on for inventory. It will be a fun class that will leave you inspired!
1. Be informed regarding what is currently trending in design and staging
2. Easy ways to incorporate trends into your staging
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Al Diaz and co-host Julian share their insights on Experiments with the Paleo Diet.
Tuesday, December 1st 10am PST
Julian has been experimenting with different diets his entire life. More recently he has been experimenting with what is usually called The Paleo Diet, Julian prefers to think of it as our Most Natural Ancestral Diet. He had been feeding his dogs their Ancestral diet for 7 year before it occurred to him to start eating his own Ancestral diet. The results were instant. One of the symptoms that disappeared was chronic lower back pain that he had struggled with for 5 years.
To contact Al Diaz personally: firstname.lastname@example.org
Welcome to the Healthy Baby Boomers Network Blog Talk Radio Show. I am your host, Dr. Erica Goodstone, Licensed Mental Health Counselor, Spiritual Relationship Healer and Somatic Body Psychotherapist, Helping Men and Women Heal Their Bodies and Their Relationships Through Love, author of the book: Love Me, Touch Me, Heal Me, the romantic novel, Love in the Blizzard of Life, and creator of Healing Through Love Seminars, Love Touch Heal Relationship System and the 30 Day Love Challenge.
This show is all about living your dreams and fulfilling your life purpose no matter how old you are right now.
Today I am speaking with Holley Kelley, credentialed Professional Gerontologist, with a Masters’ Degree in Applied Gerontology and a BA in Journalism and Psychology. Author of the book Sunrises and Sunsets: Final Affairs Forged with Flair, Finesse, and FUNctionality, her writing career actually started quite early with poetry, songs and short stories. She often performed her songs with local bands and at local events. During her early college years at Brenau University, she wrote an advice column for the college newsletter, had her short stories published, and worked at the college radio station. Around the age of 21, she was asked to write and officiate a custom funeral service. That event led her towards new focus in her career. She held a management position in the health care field, started a business writing personal eulogies, and finally left the health care industry to open her own senior-focused insurance firm. When she returned to Brenau to get her Gerontology Masters Degree, her book was born and she now writes and speaks about aging and advance care planning for the last phase of life.
What are the consequences when public servants, employed by the taxpayers, violate the public's trust? The city of Chicago erupted in protest over the Thanksgiving weekend after the release of the dashcam video graphically showing the killing of 17 year old Laquan McDonald by police officer Jason Van Dyke in 2014. For an entire year, this video has been withheld, and with its court ordered release came a series of questions as to who was involved in the coverup. Young Laquan, a ward of the State, should have received more care, support, and intervention, it seems, rather than to be shot to death for carrying a knife with which he allegedly was puncturing car tires. Illinois State Representative Mary Flowers joins us today to discuss the many levels of official misconduct that need to be addressed by elected officials as well as the voting public, in holding those accountable who violate the public trust. Can new laws and new regulations protect citizens from police abuse? Should the entire police force be scrapped and all forced to re-apply? Should mandatory psychological exams be instituted before an officer is hired? How do we weed out those who have already racked up complaints for excessive force, before they kill someone else
The Dr. Kim Show American Justice Series Part I
"The Steep Cost Of Incarceration On Women Of Color."
10:00 am - 11:00 am (MST)
Call in (347) 934-0628
The Dr. Kim Show American Justice Series Part I "The Steep Cost Of Incarceration On Women Of Color." Thousands of women are shouldering the financial burden of incarceration of a loved one, particularly in black communities. Join Dr. Kim in the studio as we discuss this epidemic of women of color and incarceration.
According to data from a CNN/Kaiser Family Foundation poll on race in America, 55% of black Americans said they either had been incarcerated themselves or had a close friend or family member who had been incarcerated compared to 36% of whites and 39% of Hispanics. Among these black Americans, nearly two-thirds said they earned less than $50,000 a year and only 21% said they had earned a college degree.
The financial costs of incarceration are steep. Inmates can be assessed fees for their daily stay in jail, probation and phone calls. In some cases, inmates accrued thousands of dollars in prison-related debt. Once released, many former inmates find that employers are reluctant to hire people with criminal records. As a result, it's often female relatives who are left footing a large percentage of the bills.