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Join your host Wes Blackman as he welcomes Keren Bolter to the High Noon in Lake Worth studios. Keren is a 4th year Geosciences PhD candidate at Florida Atlantic University (FAU) and a researcher for the FAU Center for Environmental Studies. As a consultant for the Southeast Florida Regional Planning Council, Keren has helped organize a Data Common conversation to understand the challenges and opportunities of using data to drive change in Southeast Florida.
In her dissertation research, Keren uses LIDAR digital elevation and water table models in GIS to map vulnerability to inundation, storm surge, and flooding risk. Methods includes analysis of these impacts of SLR, addressing physical, socioeconomic, and health implications. Keren has a bachelor's degree in Environmental Engineering from Tufts University and a master’s degree in Environmental Studies from FAU. Keren has commitment and drive towards increasing awareness; she has presented at numerous lectures, meetings and even with a TEDx talk. Keren worked for two years as a NSF Fellow in the GK-12 program, which was aimed to promote high school student engagement in science education.
This week we will have Dr. Kim Jolly, PhD, ARNP on the show. The topic will be about adolescents. The question we will be answering is "What is our role in providing healthy lifestyles through prevention based on research?" Dr. Jolly is an Adjunct Professor for the Christine E. Lynn College of Nursing at Florida Atlantic University.
Her research is dedicated to adolescents in regard to unhealthy behaviors such as substance abuse and sexual activity. Her passion lies in HIV/AIDS prevention amongst this particular population. She will provide great insight as it will lead to the topic for The 360 girl- Evolution to a young lady" 8-week summer seminar this week of Spiritual Health and Purity.
Join Gail Davvis and Jaee Logan for Listen Give Sound bites about music, arts, culture, society, youth, education and giving back.
Join us with our guest, Grace Bush, 16 Year Old High School Student graduates from Florida Atlantic University will discuss how she was able to graduate with a college degree before her high school degree and ways other students may achieve the same.
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BamaPlus.com writer Erik Stennett and Gator Radio Personality Patrick Infante will join me to discuss the match up between the Gators and the Tide. They kickoff their game at 330pm on Saturday in Tuscaloosa. Do the Gators have a chance at all to win this match up. On paper it seems like no contest. But, Florida has some horses/talent. Can they put it all together for one game away from home. They struggled with Kentucky at home last week.
It's almost a given that after truly studying the relationship between the Asian proprietors have with the Black community that there has existed a tension that was born out of a definite disrespect.
This sense of disrespect was doled out in abundance to the very people to whom the Asian businessman has profited greatly from.
Sure, the answer is for those who are treated as scum to build their own economic system in order to uplift themselves up and away from depending on anyone who considers them not to be worthy of respect.
But in many cases this attitude from the Asian business people who get their riches from what is garnered from Black support has only increased because they seem to feel that no matter how Blacks are treated by them that they will still bring their hard earned money to them each and every time.
Not only is this arrogance displayed to the consumer, but it is also inflicted on those who actually work for them to help them get to that envied place of financial freedom that has been the benchmark of the American Dream.
Most Asians who have rooted their businesses in the Black community know that many are waking up to the condescending attitude of these people and have begun to back away from bringing their dollars to support them when they can do business with their own people.
.......because the bottom line is how many of these Asians bring THEIR money to support Black businesses?
Everyone supports their own, but the modern day Black man and woman seems to be so caught up in the mental delusion that everyone will support them back the way that they've always brought their money to others.
Listen to this very real situation and understand why the time is NOW to WAKE UP!
Support Your Own!
Hell! They do!
Welcome everybody to Dino's Bar and Grill. Turn up the volume stay a while. We are here to bring you some Indie Artists and Raw Talent as well as cross examine a few articles for educational perspective. Our live switchboard to call in and listen is 714-583-6854.....Enjoy
Join Tia as she discuss tips to help you along your spiritual road of your career. She'll explain what it means to have a spiritual outlook and how it is beneficial for your mental, spiritual, and physical success.
Tia Johnson is a Univeristy of Pennsylvania Organizational Dynamics graduate student, Gateway Dreaming™ Coach, an ANGEL THERAPY PRACTITIONER®, a certified Reiki Practitioner, and a Certified Crystal Healer. Tia is the author of To Be Goddess Every Woman Is A Goddess; Discover Your Domain In Which You Reign Supreme. Email her at Tia.Johnson@violetsanctuaryspa.com
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Dawn Joyce-Reno is a 4th Generation intuitive medium who was born with the ability of clairsentience and clairaudience, and has developed ability with clairvoyance.
Alea is the name of her spirit and Dawn is the name of her human incarnation. Alea likes to bring balance to spirit and human and so she has combined the two names, Alea Dawn.
Alea Dawn’s development and learning began at the age of 27 when she decided that she no longer wanted to fear her ability. It would take almost another 8 years before she was able to really connect with her ability and appreciate it for the gift it really was.
Alea Dawn’s dream experiences were so profound as a child that she spent her entire life studying dreams and dream symbols and she has been interpreting dreams most of her life. She also reads auras and feels that this ability is the core of all of her other abilities.
She is a Co-Owner of Higher Source International.
Amy Cavanaugh is an awakened soul, reiki practitioner, medium and grief counselor living in Jacksonville Beach, Florida. She is the owner of Awakening Claire. Much of her work surrounds assuring death is a dignified, peaceful and sacred experience and survivors heal and develop meaningful ongoing relations with the departed through training intended to focus and sharpen our intuition.
https://www.facebook.com/Amyrmaid (amyrmaid’s awakening claire)
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Join your host Wes Blackman as he welcomes Justin Snyder to the High Noon in Lake Worth studios. He is the Chief Correspondent for the "The Florida Squeeze" which is a source for Florida politics, history and society. Justin Snyder, a Palm Beach County resident, began his political career at Stetson University after being elected as the College Democrats President. During his tenure, Justin helped author the Florida College Democrats Constitution. In 2008, Justin interned and then organized for the Barack Obama Campaign in Volusia County. Since that time, Justin has worked on several political campaigns all over the country from Nevada, to Arkansas to right here in the Sunshine State including Heather Beaven’s Congressional campaign, Bill Halter’s Senate Campaign (Arkansas), and most recently as District Director CREDO SuperPac’s Take Down Allen West Campaign and as Field Director and Deputy Campaign Manager for Jeff Clemens For Florida Senate Campaign which resulted in a 17 vote victory.
Justin studied political science and economics at Stetson University and is a strong advocate for the middle class and progressive causes. His writing focuses on the Florida political scene and finding solutions to our most pressing issues be them political, economical, or cultural.
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