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  • 02:18

    Harms' Way Ep. 27: Things to do with a Gender Studies Degree

    in News

    The man formerly known as Bruce Jenner dawned the cover of Vanity Fair saying, "Call me Caitlyn." Ryan and Timmy will discus this and all of the latest news from the past week including: Dennis Hastert's indictment, Vince Vaughn and much, MUCH more!

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  • 01:00

    GENDER STUDIES, WOMEN'S STUDIES -DO WE REALLY NEED THEM?

    in Current Events

    GENDER STUDIES, WOMEN’S STUDIES—DO WE REALLY STILL NEED THEM?


    You remember women’s studies – started around the time young women were supposedly burning their bras.  If you’re a supporter of the programs, they are a place to learn the history of feminism, equality, and women’s accomplishments in the world.  If you aren’t a supporter, those programs are for women with short hair and Birkenstocks to learn how to resent men.  Fortunately, both those stereotypes are off the mark.  So – what is women’s studies and how are such programs relevant today?


    We’ll get those answers and more as Yi-Chun Tricia Lin, Director and Professor of the Women’s Studies Program at Southern Connecticut State University, joins us for Saturday’s show.  Growing up in Taiwan, Tricia was expected to follow a life as previous generations of women had- obedient and submissive to patriarchy.  That didn’t work for her, and instead she went to graduate school and became a teacher focusing on social justice issues, including gender, racial, and socio-economic issues.  She also is very active in leadership of a number of academic and political organizations, including Veteran Feminists of America, New Haven League of Women Voters, and the National Women’s Studies Association.  Tricia also contributed to several publications including a special issue on transnational Indigenous feminism with Lectora (University of Barcelona), forthcoming in 2016.  If anyone knows the current status of women’s studies, it is Tricia. 


     
     



  • Short & Junk: Gender in Fandom

    in Entertainment

    Rivermoon1970 asks: I know you touched on it briefly in the last Short and junk but gender bending seems to be a topic coming up in a lot of the writing groups I'm in. What do you think about it? Especially when the core personality of the character is drastically changed.

  • 01:00

    On Relationships: Gender Roles and the Need For Effective Communication

    in Romance

    What are gender roles? How do you feel about them?


    Is chivalry dead? If so, why? Who killed it?


    Effective communication is imperitave. But can you handle the bitter, castor oil flavored truth?


    Tune in tonight, and feel free to call in to discuss. 


     


     

  • 00:07

    Extended Foster Care - Danita Echols

    in Lifestyle

    Danita points to studies about developmental stages showing that the brain does not completely form until the age of 26 and asks why we are not doing more to extend foster care to that point.  She also stresses the need for the guidance of counselors as young adults are trying to reconnect with their birth families.


    If you would like more information on Ask a Foster Leader or the Foster Leaders Movement, please visit http://www.FosterLeaders.com and http://www.Facebook.com/FosterLeadersUS

  • 00:45

    The "CHOP SHOP" w/Radical & Professor [Changes; The Good and Bad ?/ Ep 27]

    in Christianity

    Tonight we’re talking about the state of change. Change with the justice, system, change in the church, change in the schools, change on the job. 


    Let’s talk about it tonight at 10 PM EST on the “Chop Shop.” Call in at 646-595-4495 and give us your real opinion. 

  • 01:59

    GITM Music Month Part 1: Minister Bryan Austin

    in Spirituality

    GITM Music Month Part 1: Lives Transformed By The Lord Through The Gift Of Music!  Minister Bryan Austin is a Singer-Songwriter, born & raised in St. Louis, Mo. After rededicating his life to the Lord, he has been blessed with a full blown mobile music ministry and is an internationally recognized vocalist/recording artist.


    The entire series will be recorded and archived. When you get an opportunity, you may listen to this series as well as all of our anointed archives by clicking the link:  http://www.blogtalkradio.com/GODINTHEMIDST


    God In the Midst otherwise known as G.I.T.M or GITM Radio is an apostolic ministry whose charge is to help encourage, edify and equip the people of God who are called to Home Churches, Small Churches and Para Church ministries. Home or house Churches usually have 20 people or less, Small Churches are up to 100 adults and Para Church ministries could be Bible Studies, Prayer groups, men or women’s ministries that are not Churches in and of themselves but walk alongside the Church. We are featuring one Home, Small or Para Church ministry each month by interviewing them.  We hope that as you hear them tell their personal testimonies, share their  history and current activities,  the Lord will confirm what He has placed on your heart or it may encourage you to step out boldly …it may even catapult you to that next dimension in the Lord & ministry.  Our Host is Apostle Barbara Kizzie

  • 01:02

    On Why Yet's Watch with Monica Jeremie

    in Radio

    Monica Jeremie was born in Georgia and raised in Texas. She currently resides in Orlando, Florida with her fiance and their two children. She obtained her bachelors degree in Legal Studies from the University of Central Florida in 2007. Last fall, Monica enrolled back at UCF part time to pursue a second degree in Public Administration.

    One of her future goals is volunteering with teens and young adults, assisting with the development of life and social skills and achieving a higher education. She would also enjoy the opportunity to speak with young girls about the importance of self love and acceptance while avoiding toxic relationships.

    Monica Jeremie's love for reading and writing began over seven years ago and instantly became two of her passions. With the release of her book, Why A Thug Can't Love Me, she looks forward to creating stories that are relatable, entertaining, and original.

    Join me, Why Yet, as I bring you what's going on.
    Call #773-897-6297

  • 00:56

    Donna Packard ..Spirit Blessing Coach

    in Spirituality

    Donna Packard, Spirit Blessings Coach, teacher, author, vibrational catalyst, spiritual mentor and visionary teaches you how to unlock the door to your Soul and, through self-love and acceptance, re-awaken and live the dream in your Heart. 


    Donna Packard, M.Ed. has served as a personal and professional development coach, trainer and consultant for more than 20 years.  She holds a Master of Education degree from Lesley University and a Certificate of Advanced Graduate Studies in Education Media and Design Technology from Full Sail University. She earned a Life and Professional Coaching Certification from the University of New Hampshire, and a Bachelor of Arts in Transformational Psychology from Vermont College of Norwich University. She also participated in the Goddard Experimental Program in Further Education at Goddard College where she intensively studied multiple energy healing modalities and spiritual paths, counseling and psychology. She worked in the field of human services in many capacities, including directing an education program for those experiencing homelessness and designed alcohol and drug awareness, prevention and intervention programs. She is a higher education professional who has designed curriculum and taught at a number of colleges and universities, as well as works in an innovative program on the leading edge of educational change.  Additionally, Donna is a certified Breathwork Facilitator, an Initiated Divine Grace Giver, and Light Initiation Practitioner. She is an author, singer-songwriter, musician, and recording artist. Donna’s graduate thesis and focus of expansive research was on “Utilizing Sound and Music in Healing and Learning”.  http://igniteyourdivinenature.com


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    Melissa Boyd, MPPM, Vibrational Intuitive Medium www.melissaboyd.net


     

  • 00:28

    Writing For Perfection with Jackie Giuliano

    in Books

      Jackie will be our guest on the show to bring more tools of his expertise and business on Women Who Rock with Success. Put away with sleepness nights of how to edit and proofread your books and transcripts. Allow the expert to take your worries away.Jackie Alan Giuliano, Ph.D. is a writer and ghostwriter with a broad background spanning space science to the humanities. Prior to devoting full time to writing, Jackie studied the planets in our Solar System from one end to the other during a 20-year career in the space program working for NASA at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory. Jackie was a also a professor for 20 years, teaching a wide variety of subjects at a number of colleges and universities. He also spent 6 years working for Microsoft, researching and discussing future trends with executives and leaders from around the world. He has written over 450 articles, many books,  blog posts and press releases. He ghostwrites blogs for executives of major companies and he has four popular personal blogs of his own. He is an expert on social networking and marketing.

    Jackie has over 25 years freelance writing experience. For 7 years, he was the commentary columnist for the Environment News Service with his "Healing Our World" column.

    Jackie holds a bachelors degree in Astronomy and a Masters and Ph.D. in Environmental Studies. He is also the president of the Center for Lifelong Learning, offering speed reading programs. Jackie lives in Seattle, Washington with his wife Lani, his son Justin, step-son Forrest, dogs Buddy and Shadow, and a number of fish.

    Jackie can assist you with writing, projects of all kinds. He can ghostwrite or co-author with you. He can do a line by line extended copyediting of what you have writen. He is skilled at taking any subject and making it understandable, so "translating" your work into teachable terms for any age or background is a specialty.

  • 00:31

    Do you Love Yourself? Tools to become unstuck w/ Producer & Dr. Jen Alves on GD

    in Motivation

    Good Deeds presents Dr. Jen Alves, DPT, author of the Ten Commandments for Loving Yourself, and co-producer of a RI state-wide TV show, Lessons of Love, believes that wellness begins with loving yourself.   She began her mission to help other women obtain a healthy self-image after making many poor lifestyle and relationship decisions because of low self-esteem. "A poor self-image can lead to poor decisions," she says. The Ten Commandments for Loving Yourself helped her to reclaim self respect, wipe her slate clean and begin her live anew. She put these Ten Commandments into a book and poster that she uses to help share her messages. She developed a curriculum and taught women in a minimum security prison for several years  "The Ten Commandments for Loving Yourself should be a required course for all grades", an inmate said. Through science, with discussions on DNA, or spiritual guidance, Dr. Alves tailors her message to her audience. "My specialty is to help my listener walk away feeling special no matter their age, race, gender, religion or income bracket." . She believes everyone deserves to love their life and find true love, but it begins with loving yourself. Dr. Jen Alves, DPT hold a Doctorate of Physical Therapy and a BA in Communications and a BS in Human Development and Family Relations.