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Join Vaccine Rights Attorney Alan Phillips, J.D. (co-host Dr. Sherri Tenpenny is on sabbatical until the end of April) as he discusses new vaccine restrictions in Australia and some differences in Australian and American law; why pediatrician Annie Sparrow backed out of a vaccine debate with Attorney Phillips at the last minute, and why it's likely that pro-vaccine advocates will *never* agree to debate anti-vaccine advocates; why the vaccine controversy is every bit as much a legal issue as it is a medical issue; what to do when your child is vaccinated against your wishes; why all states and the federal government offer medical exemptions, and what qualifies for a medical exemption; and more! Email Dr. Tenpenny at firstname.lastname@example.org and Attorney Phillips at email@example.com. Find vaccine studies at vaccineresearchlibrary.com, and sign up for the Vaccine Rights E-Newsletter at vaccinerights.com/newslettersignup.html.
Mary Diaz is a human rights advocate in Florida. She and Human Conflicts Org. advocate for the release of inmates who have served their minimum sentences unless the Pardons and Paroles Boards can show that the inmates would pose a security risk. Call (347)857-3293 to dialogue with Mary Diaz and her guests each Friday at 3pmEST. They also advocate for compassionate releases for elderly and sick inmates.
Friday, April 17th at 11:30pm est/ 8:30pm pst Sasha and Da Crew will have our first Hot topic open forum. We will discuss many of the topics that have been in the news. One subject we will talk about are body cameras for police officers. Are they worth it?...will it help to keep citzens safer? How can the black community and police officers have a meeting of the minds. Have you ever had a run with a police officer and felt afraid?
What's your stance on Gay marriage? The discussion will question if giving those in the LGBT community rights to marry...does that change how you view marriage between a man and woman?
We discuss the Indiana relgion bill. Does this new bill give people the right to discriminate against others? Will this open up the right of some too discriminate against for whatever reasons beside sexual oritention?
Call in at (215)383-3929 to join the converstaion and let your voice and opinion be heard! Also log on at www.blogtalkradio.com/nitetalkswithsasha to hear the show on your PC,Tablet, or phone!
Don't Give Up Radio show is designed for people who have already over come great challenges but still have a way to go to reach their goals. The show speaks to listener's soul via the words of the guest, their life experiences and songs that pulled them out of the abyss. Jacquie wants the listener to be their own best hero, because the greatest heroe of all thought they were important enough to exist and gave his life in exchange. This show transcends race and incorporates various musical genres.
RE-Airing - Guest: Dr. Maurice Lee - Philanthropist, author, motivational speaker, actor & singer
Coming from a town where the success stories are few and far in between, Dr. Lee overcame peer pressure, a depressing health ailment, and a defining moment from a suicide attempt to become a prominent figure in his community.
Get ready, for another all-new episode of FNJ. We'll discuss topics, issues, tips and much more. PlusThe FNJ Entertainment Report, Comedy, Music, Fun and much more. Hosted by Edgar Alexander Jr. And Jennie "Jennie Jinn" Linn. (Guest Co-Host) Featuring Kayla "White Chocalate" Borsani. (Guest Entertainment Reporter) We only have 8 more episodes left, until the season finale. So get your Friday Night Jam Fix On! And tune in. (c) Copyright 2015 Real Believers Entertainment. All rights reserved
Host Alice Backer of www.kiskeacity.com welcomes Jean David Prophète of Journée Internationale de la Diaspora Haitienne in Montréal (April 25th) and Father Edwin Paraison, ex-Minister of Haitians Abroad (MHAVE).
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Well, it's Friday, Did you wear Red today to support our POW/MIA and those currently in service
We have the return of Uncle Stoner fresh off of hs trip to Europe
It's open mike. So today's topic is current events in the lives of our veterans'
new items for today from Washington and around the world
remembering those who have fallen this week
and (R&R) rest and relaxation
travel, movies, sporting events
and your call to our Brooklyn Navy Yard phone number (357) 884-8078
we will have a ful show and look forward to being with you beginning at 2300pm Zulu!
for our CIVILIAN CONUS friends that would be 8pm Atlantic/7pm Eastern/6pm Central/5pm Mountain/4pm Pacific
Civil Chat with Lee looks at Jim Webb and Lincoln Chafee as potential democratic presidential cadidates. The secrecy of TPP. Guest psychologist, author Heather Sheafer on GOP's views on gay marriage, and alleged infringement on Christian religious freedoms. Are Christians homophobic or simply resistant to supporting homosexuality. The insanity of Citizens United and its effect on the upcoming projected 4 billion plus 2016 presidential election. What are big ideas of the GOP? And whatever YOU want to talk about!
Friday is our Holy day of rest because Friday is the day on which man was formed in flesh, and it was on Friday when he departed out of flesh, and ascened to his Father God Allah for that cause Friday is the Holy Day for all Moslems all over the world.
Man may believe what others say, but thus he never knows If man would know, he must, himself be what he knows.
Come all ye Asiatics of America, and here the truth about your nationality and birthrights. No that you are not negros, colored folks, black people, ethiopians, coon, shines, or jiggaboos, african America, are American, and any other day that is cast upon you. Learn of your forefathers ancient, and divine creed that you will learn to love instead of hate.
Venita and her husband, Duwayne, own C & J Trophy & Engraving, a family business. The couple makes it work by setting serious boundaries. Nestled between the University of Memphis campus and the Orange Mound Community, one of the largest and oldest black neighborhoods in the country. They purchased the business and property had been in business for over 30 years. The startup risk was low, but the stakes were high since they knew nothing about the awards and recognition industry. For the first few years, The Smiths didn’t change a thing. Fortunately, Venita had experience in retail and operations management and her husband had background in color proofing and lithographic photography, so they threw caution to the wind and went for it. And, eight years later, the rest is history.
Her first job, was at the Memphis in May International Festival as Secretary. That position would lead becoming its Operations Director for 10 years. That led her to become the Director of Operations at the National Civil Rights Museum. During her 16-year tenure, she assisted with two renovation projects and two expansion projects all while managing the day-to-day operations of the 40,000 square foot facility, 13 full time staff members, security, housekeeping and IT contractors. Venita retired in 2014 to focus more on the family business.
With her father owning a shoe repair business for over 30 years and her mother, who was a beautician and owned her own salon, Venita was destined to become an entrepreneur. Venita watched her parents as they worked together like hand and glove to provide a comfortable lifestyle for her family. They managed to work together as a team, like she and her husband Duwayne. Venita is the brain and Duwayne is the brawn.
C & J Trophy and Engraving * www.cjtrophy.com * (901) 452-5393 * 3444 Park Ave. Memphis TN 38111
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