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ABC-CLIO Solutions presents Social Studies time (my old job) with NCSS' Susan Griffin and Michelle Herczog on the 2014 NAEP on US History, Geography and Civics. Want to make good citizens...learn the challenges!
This podcast discusses the upcoming Geography 2050 event with Jon Konarski III, executive director of the American Geographical Society, and Christopher Tucker, Geography 2050 program chair and founder of MapStory.
“Geography 2050: Mounting an Expedition to the Future” is the inaugural event in a multi-year strategic dialogue meant to help decision makers and the public alike understand the major trends that will reshape the nation and planet between now and 2050.
Geography 2050 is the fall conference of the American Geographical Society. It is hosted by the Earth Institute at Columbia University, with the support of the United States Geospatial Intelligence Foundation (USGIF) and other partners and sponsors. This one-day event will take place Nov. 19, at the historic Low Memorial Library In New York City.
This is a black arts and culture site. We will be exploring the African Diaspora via the writing, performance, both musical and theatrical (film and stage), as well as the visual arts of Africans in the Diaspora and those influenced by these aesthetic forms of expression. I am interested in the political and social ramifications of art on society, specifically movements supported by these artists and their forebearers. It is my claim that the artists are the true revolutionaries, their work honest and filled with raw unedited passion. They are our true heroes. Ashay!
1. Mama Naasira Ageela & Dr. Gregory Joe Bledsoe, authors, Spicy Tasty Vegan Cuisine: An Informative Health Guide for the Melaninated (People of Color)
2. Norman Gee, Oakland Public Theatre, speaks on theatre with incarcerated youth re: Peralta Hacienda Historic House Museum's "Home and Away: Oakland, CA Prisons and the Geography of the Heart"
3. Shakespeare Goes to War with Jesse F. Vaughn (actor); John Fisher (playwright, actor, director, Artistic Director Theatre Rhino)
4. Aishah Bashir, African Diaspora Bazaar, Sat., Nov. 28 @ Humanist Hall, Oakland
Music: Meklit & Quinn's "Look at What the Light Did," Victoria Theodore's "Grateful."
Ashley Deeks, an associate professor of law with the University of Virginia School of Law, discusses her paper, "The Geography of Cyber Conflict: Through a Glass Darkly," which is part of the U.S. Naval War College's volume of international law studies on the geography of war.
A Conversation About The Heart of America with
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An especially fun part of being a “Sneaky Mom” is watching children learn how to accomplish things when they aren’t aware they are learning! This is especially true with situations where they are acquiring life skills like cooking and baking. With Thanksgiving and other holidays on their way, this is a good time for "Kids in the Kitchen to be Cooking up a Storm!" with Kas Winters, the Sneaky Mom. She has put together ideas to help children of all ages learn to cook, play with food, and to build other skills including reading, math, nutrition, history, geography, and science in the process! Family holidays and special occasions are highlighted. Celebrate family with children, good things to eat, and some delightful ways to teach them about food preparation by using Sneaky Mom ideas that will help them learn a great deal while they think they are playing.
Join us and let the cooking Wednesday, November 4th at 10amPT/ 1pmET and anytime in archive here on #WoMRadio, the shows for mompreneurs, the new business woman.
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Join Host Psychic Melinda & Special Guest Jeffrey Craig - Author of HIDDEN OHIO MAP & GUIDE.
Where are the Native American mounds, hauntings, UFO & Big Foot sightings & unique sites in Ohio? Jeff Craig will share stories of the mysterious & haunted places in Ohio. Jeff is a full-time Cartographer and an Adjunct Instructor of Geography at Northern Kentucky University.
Original air date 5/22/12.
It's that time of year again. Ghosts and goblins, mystical creatures, and the ever popular zombies.
With Halloween just around the corner and the premiere of season six of Walking Dead, the Apocalypse Nana show once again tackles the zombie topic.
As if they can ever get old.
Wait... it could
But we won't let it.
This week, Rob and Jackie tak about not only the zombie apocalypse, but the logistics of it. With the topic being not just zombies, but where in the world, which country, would survive a zombie apocalypse. Which country would do the best to beat the zombie epidemic.
We will discuss demographics, geography, and why each of us think our choice of country would fare best in the zombie outbreak.
With us this week we have Kollective Kate bringing some statistical information on the where she best feels would do outstanding and the zombie apocalypse.
Also joining us back by popular demand, and we certainly missed her, is Ripley. The foremost authority on The Walking Dead topic. She will join us, talk about her country of choice and of course we'll talk about The Walking Dead.
It's the show you do not want to miss! Join us in live and in chat for a fun informative time
In 2004, an agreement was reached between the United States and South Korean governments to move all U.S. forces in the country south of the Han River. This move will relocate the United States Forces Korea from the heart of Seoul to Camp Humphreys, outside the mid-sized city of Pyeongtaek, and to a second major garrison outside of Daegu.
The process, scheduled to be completed next year, will consolidate more than 28,000 troops into two regional hubs and will transform Camp Humphreys into the largest U.S. Army garrison in Asia.
As the population of the garisson increases from 5,000 Soldiers and 7000 civilians, family members and contractors to more than 37,000 by 2016, civic authorities for the city of Pyeongtaek have developed ambitious plans for the expanding city including a major Samsung semiconductor chip plant, the world’s largest fuel cell power plant, an expanded maritime port, a free economic zone and tens of thousands of new housing developments.
Bridget K. Martin, a PhD student in Geography at UC Berkley, is researching the links between Militarism and Urbanization in South Korea.
In the first of a two-part interview she explains how American imperialism and Korean development, heavily connected since the end of the Korean War, are continuing to work together in new and surprising ways.
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Dr. Janet Starr Hull visits Perfectly Healthy And Toned Radio to chat about essential steps for detoxification.
Janet Starr Hull has a very diverse background with academic degrees and experience in geology, international geography, environmental science, fitness training and nutrition. She is an OSHA Certified Environmental Hazardous Waste Emergency Response Specialist and Toxicologist, a former firefighter and college professor.
In 1991, Dr. Hull had an unexpected change in career after she was diagnosed with “incurable” Grave’s Disease. Through diligent research and her thorough understanding of toxicity, she later discovered her “Grave’s Disease” was actually aspartame poisoning. She has since worked to inform consumers about the health dangers of artificial sweeteners.
Dr. Hull’s experiences have provided pieces to a life-long puzzle – the damaging effects of artificial sweeteners. She combined her various skills to form a unique application to natural medicine. Her work is based upon the interrelationships of all sciences as she personally discovered “what works in nature, can surely work in man.”
Quick geography lesson. The Dominican Republic and Dominica are NOT one in the same. The Dominican Republic is on the island of Hispanola and is right next to Haiti. Dominica is a separate Caribbean island/country that was devastated by the wrath of tropical storm Erika on August 27th.
Dominica now lies tattered but unbowed, and needs your help. The storm caused severe flooding and mudslides and killed at least 20 people. More than 50 people are still missing.
A group of Dominican-Americans have now joined forces in an effort to help their native land, while working with the government to help rebuild shattered communities.
On today’s show we’ll talk with Pastor Cuthbert Joseph, the official spokesperson for Boston for Dominica who will discuss what happened last month and how we can help.
It’s a show where your compassion will be appreciated and welcomed.
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