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Show host Keilayn Greenwood talks with author, professional keynote speaker, higher education administrator, university professor, and leadership/success coach Jeffery Barnes who has over thirty-five years of professional speaking experience and nearly twenty years experience leading teams in higher education and teaching over twenty different college courses .
He talks about how the Park teaches us some of life’s greatest lessons—as long as you know its history, know what to look for, and you are willing to connect it all to your own story
To learn more about Jeff Barnes or how he can help you go here---->www.thewisdomofwalt.com
Tensie J. Taylor is from Louisburg, North Carolina. She graduated from North Carolina State University in 2009 with a Bachelor of Arts in Communication—Media concentration—and a minor in Psychology and from the University of Southern California in 2014 with a Master of Education in Postsecondary Administration and Student Affairs. Currently, Tensie is the Assistant Director of the USC Black Alumni Association and in this role, she plans, coordinates, and executes programs and events for the Black Alumni Association; directs the Legacy through Leadership Mentorship Program; assists with Toastmasters International; and helps students with their professional and career development. Tensie also serves on the Board of Directors for the We Are Ohana Foundation, an organization that is dedicated to finding resources and helping foster youth in Los Angeles. She also volunteers for United Friends of the Children, a non-profit that helps foster youth.
The Quest: Journey Into Reality hosted by H.J. (Jamal) Robinson is a weekly internet radio program on #BlogTalkUSA aimed at educating and sharing information and views on a wide range of topics and issues that are not always discussed in a public forum! We go beyond the surface of every topic and give a platform for open, honest, intelligent, and respectful debate, discussion, and exchange of ideas. Physics, history, philosophy, organized religion, education, religious doctrine, social constructs within our and other societies, historical and modern mythology, spiritual, emotional, mental, physical wellness and health are only a few general subjects, among a vast range of topics we will encounter and delve into on The Quest: Journey Into Reality on #BlogTalkUSA! Join Jamal Robinson LIVE tonight at 10 pm CST!
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Take a look at the Watchmen of America through the hearts and minds of active members and leaders of those who Stand ON THE WALL!!!! Interviews with people inside the Watchmen of America and others who help make the organization great!
The oldest known records concerning combat techniques, hieroglyphic scrolls from Egyptian tombs date as far back as 4000 B.C. describing military training fights similar to boxing (Ngumi) and wrestling (Mkazo Ncha Shikana)." Making ancient Egypt or (Kemet) the first record of mixed martial arts and martial arts in gene eral and making martial arts a part of the curriculum of the Ancient Egyptian Mysteries. Herodotus the father of Greek history states, that long before Rameses II, ruled both Egypt and Ethiopia, perhaps as far back as 8000 B.C., boxing and wrestling was introduced to Egypt from Ethiopia. John Grombach "The Saga Of The Fist" A.S. Barnes and Co. Publishing. In the Beni Hasan Tombs of ancient Egypt, wall paintings show that the Egyptians knew virtually every hold practiced today and the wrestling is both of the upright and ground varieties. Should Black women learn more about combat training? Tune in to find out.
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Today we feature Nicole Williams ~ President and Founder of Florida Environmental Coalition. Nicole is also a founding member of Save Our Creeks and is on its Board Of Directors. She is a co-founder of a Research Shark program with Mote Marine Labs in Sarasota along with Books & Sean Paxton, the shark brothers. Nicole is the owner and talented artist of Native Exotics ~ a non-profit that uses jewelry arts, crafts, and native botanicals to provide education, preservation, and conservation of natural resources, our ecosystem & the laws to protect us and the fragile environment of Florida's Everglades.
Links to Florida Environmental Coalition and Native Exotics ~ non-profit on-line boutique are posted in the comments section below.
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$118 million dollars are at stake in battle over whether Lawline Defrauded Faculty
Has Lawline FurtherEd abandoned the law and crossed the line? $118 million dollars are at stake in battle over whether Lawline engaged in fraud, breach of contract, misappropriation of image and name, and gross misrepresentation of material facts concerning the intellectual property rights of attorneys who provided course content for the online legal community.
CEO David Schnurman once said FurtherEd is “Going After Professionals Who Have Money And A BIG Needs" and his business ia an alleged ‘leading provider of online continuing legal education.’ However, has anyone investigated how Lawline company has provided an alleged 2 million courses for online credits in all 50 states without compensating any of its faculty members for use of their image, name, likeness, and rights to their intellectual property?
Did Michele Richman and David Schnurman knowingly and intentionally remove attorney faculty websites or authorize removeal to tamper with evidence? Did they knowingly and intentionally hide faculty videos that were purportedly removed under an "unlisted" YouTube account for paid subscribers?
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Adult Students, who are also working parents and Veterans, ASK Dr. Applewhite and guests about ways to minimize the impact of stress at school and work. The very thought of WAR may increase Emotional Disabilities (depression, anxiety PTSD, MST and more). Many report that hearing about dailyconflictsaround the world (e.g Syria, Iran, Afghanistan, Israel, North Korea, some African countries) has a negative impact on their performance. This episode may help minimize stress and encourage us to seek resources to avoid dropping out of classes, work, and/or life!
To learn more about us how you can support Veterans and other disabled adult students achieve their education and workforce goals visit http://www.whiteappleinstitute.org . Please make a tax-deductible donation so we can continue this work. Thank you. This is a rerun of a broadcast aired as The Impact of tress As It Relates to War, School, and work on 8-30-2014.
Moors established Universities which to this day offer a pristine education. When the Moors re-entered Spain (711 A.D.), it was for the purpose of civilizing - not conquering. “Students flocked from France, Germany and England to drink from the fountain of learning, which flowed only in the cities of the Moors.” When Moors left Spain, the Dark Ages (a period of social decline) ensued, or returned, leaving Modern-Man to fend for themselves. The “Dark Ages were not referring to Moors. Those who Moors civilized, and gave a basis of education, as a matter of obligation and responsibility, eventually became known as the Colonist.
A colonist is one who essentially leeches off of another, including the land, resources, etc. Unfortunately, due to their desire to have the power and control, and their inability to survive and flourish (as was when the Moors left Spain and Spain degraded into beggars, friars, and bandits; and due to their desire to be ‘free’ and sovereign), they began a mission of conquering and colonizing the World, by any means necessary. - RVBeyPublications