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Ed Roberts Born Jan. 23, 1939, in California and died on March 14, 1995.
In the late 60's and early 70's the University of California at Berkeley was nationally known as the home of radical politics and progressive social movements. Mario Savio and the 1964 free speech movement set the tone and developed the model for the movements that followed such as the Yippies and the Black Panthers, particularly influencing campus anti-war movements and tactics for student involvement in ethnic and racial social movements.
Many students took note and developed progressive movements to benefit various causes. Among the students on the Berkeley campus was Ed Roberts. The university hesitated to admit Ed as he was severely disabled from polio which he contracted as a teenager. He had virtually no functional movement and was dependent on a respirator to breath. "We've Tried Cripples Before and It Didn't Work", said the university. They reluctantly admitted Ed in 1962 and arranged for him to live in the campus medical facility, Cowell Hall. His brother, also a student, served as an on campus PA, often pushing Ed from class to class in an old manual wheelchair. I'm honored to have our great advocate and friend, Les Paul Morgan as well as 14 year veteran of ILC work, Angel Watson as we talk about the incredible effect CIL's have had in our community over the last few decades.
The Reflecting Pool on Dream Catchers with Les Paul
Have you ever walked by a mirror or a pool and seen a reflection of yourself and thought who is that person that I see?
(Dream Catchers With Les Paul on BIRN 7pm to 10pm Pacific Time 10:00 pm until 1:00 am Eastern Time. If you live In the USA dial 424-243-9540, or toll free 855-473-3711 if outside the USA dial 202-559-7907 toll free. On demand listening available minutes after live show ends 24/7/365!)
Well, after brain injury. The reflecting pool is really a metaphor for the reflections of our lives before and after brain injury and a life that used to be and what is left behind now!
On that statement I want to challenge you to be more than you were before to believe you can be stronger and more Powerful than you ever were prior to your Injuries and Disabilities!
Tonight, I’d like to invite you to join me on a journey of Acceptance after Brain Injury, and Enlightenment to the fact that brain injury isn’t always what’s stopping you. It’s getting lost are stuck in the middle that’s bothering us, and feeling like were left behind or left alone!
Dream Catchers is a program designed to Encourage, Engage, Uplift, and Challenge your way of thinking about your own character and what it means to truly be a survivor and striver. So join me tonight in a lively discussion about reflections of life how it used to be and how it is now and how we can make it better working together in a Survivor Nation!
Believe Me When I Say, We Can Build the Ultimate Community of Survivors Who Dare to Make a Difference That Don’t Take No for an Answer and That They Believe in Themselves. No Matter What!
Sincerely, Les Paul Morgan the Dream Catcher on the Brain Injury Radio Network
The highly anticipated summer mixtape of The B.A.R.S. Crew, SOUNDBYTE, was released on 7/20.
Bailey Langford aka T.R.A.M.A. (the realest and most artistic)
Bailey grew up in Oakdale, LA....he mostly listened to country music at that time. In fact the first album he ever bought was a Taylor Swift CD. He didn't get into hip hop until he moved to Lake Charles, LA in high school..after listening to Lil Wayne's Carter 2 he fell in love with words and felt that he needed to relieve his mind by writing down the wordplay driven metaphors he thought of.....A few years later he connected with Delshun Mays while working in a local grocery store. After listening to Delshun's mixtape roc hard ep...he decided to put what he was writing down into music and co founded The B.A.R.S. Crew with him that same year.
Jamaal Delshun Bellow aka Delshun Mays
Jamaal was born and raised in Oakland, California. He started writing short stories as a kid ....after listening to keep your head up by Tupac he decided to start writing poetry. He didn't get into writing music until he moved to Elton, La the summer before his freshman year of high school. He suffered an immediate culture shock by the move. .that coupled with the death of a close family member, he went into a severe depression only writing peoms and listening to "Georgia" by Ray Charles. One day Jamaal got his hands on the Marshall Mathers Lp by Eminem and was very intrigued by the story telling word play Eminem used in his songs and decided to write his own raps. He wrote a song a day until he graduated from high school. About a year or so after graduating, he decided to start recording his vocals...he didn't let anybody know he was recording. He used this time as a period to find his style and sound. .until he released his first mixtape Roc Hard ep 2011. That same year he met Trama and co founded The B.A.R.S. Crew.
the Daily Independent is hosted by American Daily Independent News Network (ADINN) journalist Keith Powell.
the Daily Independent will feature top stories from the ADINN member sites and current events of interest to conservative Americans.Show will feature highlights stories in the ADINN Red Pill approved member outlets for the first segment and national nasty for the second segment. Including interviews with the news makers. Daily focus will be as follows:
Monday: Weekend Recap
Tuesday: 1st Amendment Tuesday
Wednesday: Election Watch
Thursday: Immigration Watch
Friday: F free for all (freedom, family, faith, future, firearms and fun)
Come join two psychics for this unique two hour show of interviews in the first hour on spirituality, spirits, intuition, divination. The second hour features FREE psychic readings for people who call in to our show at 646-652-2336.
Meet Your Co-hosts Suzanne and Kat:
Kathleen "Kat" O'Keefe Kanavos will give each person their "Personal Life Card" from the tarot and pull a second card to help you understand what is going on in your life.
Suzanne Strisower is a psychic who created a unique new age rune oracle, The Runes of the Four Realms gives each person a 3 rune reading of self, present & future about their lives.
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ALL READINGS ARE POSITIVE!
Our Guest in the first hour: Lani Phillips
Lani Phillips is a photographic artist who designed The Journey, Wonder of the Mother and Wisdom of the Crone and a myriad of other inspirational decks.
Melinda Fields and Lani are the founders of Wise Women Ink. Their goal is to publish and empower the literary and artistic dreams of writers/artists world wide. Check out their beautiful decks of cards at Wise Women Ink.
To contact the co hosts:
Kathleen Surviving Cancerland
Suzanne Your Next Step Coach
Diane Buchberger host of Fifth Dimensional Living is here to share with you what it is like living in the 5th dimensional world and behind. She is here to take your calls to help you see the light within the darkness of your life. Diane will share her life experiences and wisdom of the 5th dimensional world. Her guidance will give you a great understand of what the Fifth Dimension world is truly about. She a messenger between all worlds to bring messages and higher vibrational energy to balance the physical world. For more information on Diane please visit http://www.facebook.com/dbuchberger1. The call in number is 646-200-4169
I look forward to learning more about Jims work and how he inspires others to be the very best they can be.
"f you have a desire to grow in your faith, your leadership skills or your personal life…or if you simply want to be encouraged, you are at the right place. I pray that you are blessed by what you experience here!" Jim Lang
Broadcasts segments to encourage, motivate, inspire and strengthen the listening audience to review where you are currently, to renew your commitment to yourself to reach your goals, and to rejoice in the fact that you are able to continue to move forward to fulfill your God-given purpose. Life is a journey to pursuing your purpose.
Healthy Living Step No. 1: Take stock.
Your first step toward healthy living is to get a handle on your health status right now. Here's your to-do list:
Make appointments with your doctor and dentist. Catch up on your routine screening and immunizations, and take the opportunity to ask your doctor any questions you might have.
Gauge your girth. Measure your height and weight to check your BMI, and measure your waist circumference to see if you're overweight and if your waistline is putting your health at risk.
Assess your activity. How much physical activity do you get in a typical week? How intense is that activity? How much variety do you get in your activity, and how much do you enjoy it? The CDC recommends that adults get at least two and a half hours per week of moderate-intensity aerobic activity or one hour and 15 minutes per week of vigorous-intensity aerobic activity, plus muscle-strengthening activities at least two days per week.
Keep a food diary. Write down everything you eat for a day -- and no fair skipping the items you're embarrassed about. "The idea is to write it down ... without judgment," says Kathianne Sellers Williams, MEd, RD, LD, a nutritionist, wellness coach, and personal trainer with Cafe Physique in Atlanta. "You can't change what you're not aware of or don't acknowledge."