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Episode 37 – 04/23/2014 – Zoo Schools with Dr. Mark Wilson
Bureau of Land Management for trying to take more land in Texas;
The importance of land and ranches for natural grazing and animal management;
Zoo schools and good careers in animal management;
Conservation, integration and extension of species and why it is important;
Common misconceptions about zoos and animal management;
Resources and organizations to help people learn more about careers in animals.
About our program:
Hell No! the radio show is a socially conscious water cooler talk show about what’s going on in the world as we feature guests and callers who express their thoughts. Hell No! is friendly, funny, real and focused on empowering the truth. We give a voice to people left in the dust. This program is not democratic, fascist, politically correct or a place for sacred cows. We do advocate peace, critical thought, education, reading and social awareness.
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High-poverty schools require considerable resources and deliberate action to adequately support children and families, to address the institutional barriers to opportunity children face, and to ensure students' academic and life success. While the challenges are many, there is a blueprint for what works.
Turnaround for Children, Inc. Founder, President, and CEO Pamela Cantor, M.D. talks to us about school turnaround and about why it is necessary, especially in high-poverty schools, for turnaround experts to partner with schools and educators and with students and families to systematically address the impacts of poverty on teaching and learning.
Host Allison R. Brown is a civil rights attorney and President of Allison Brown Consulting (ABC), which creates education equity plans with schools and promotes equity in education in compliance with federal law.
According to the Star Tribune, the North Side Safety Summit was organized to examine ways to fight crime in troubled Minneapolis neighborhoods. Unfortunately, this DFL embedded group felt it necessary to exclude the voices of Minneapolis civil and political rights activists – to include members of the Republican Party of Minnesota. Sources told IBNN – Minneapolis city council president and Minneapolis’ “Godmother” Barb Johnson wanted a “quiet meeting.”
Many say in order for Black folks to really move forward we shouldn’t look to anybody to represent us. We need to represent ourselves. There is no person that represents white people. Racism is the motivating factor that keeps people of color from advancing. We must keep in mind; the spread of racism requires the destruction of an individual’s confidence in his/her own mind. Such an individual then anxiously seeks a sense of identity by clinging to some group, abandoning autonomy and rights, allowing groups to tell him/her what to think. Because we think of ourselves as a racial entity, we feel those of the same race are here to assist us in the struggle, when in fact the same people who are suppose to assist us, use black disparities to get money from the white philanthropic arm. Most of the money goes to their salaries.
Having Black leaders and all that stuff is just another way of self-oppression. We all have to represent each other, the sad thing is the people who come into the inner city and say they represent the Black folks and then jump into their expensive cars and go home to the suburbs paid for with the quid pro quo of politicians, it shows they have learned how to maneuver the system to their advantage. The cover-up is a full time job.
Tune in for a great conversation and some special guest updates.
Corporate Farmers TV Reality Show is an 'Agrotainment' event aimed at creating the Agric passion and awareness among the Nigeria and Africa youths, produce Nigeria Agropruners that will encourage youths to get involved in Agriculture. Our show is proudly Nigerian, first of its kind for Agriculture n Nigeria and Africa. Also our show is an extension of the Agriculture Transformation Agenda (ATA) an initiative of the Federal Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development under the ministerial leadership of Dr Akinwunmi Adesina.
To change the perception and mindset of Nigerian youth towards Agriculture.
To reduce unemployment
To improve Nigeria Agricultural Gross Domestic Product(GDP).
Active participation in Agriculture
To bring Nigerians across the federation to do and talk Agric.
To make youth Agric Ambassadors.
To introduce a new dimension towards the development of Agriculture in Africa.
To provide a fusion of boring Agriculture and Entertainment.
Call of the Wild, Short Track Racing's yet-to-be award winning internet radio show, kicks off another season of circle track coverage, reviews, and upcoming events. Join Jason Seltzer and Ben Raber as we break down the 2014 season at local tracks around the Indiana/Michigan area.
Hoops Talk with Pete and Jake is presented by Tha Sports Junkies 101. In the fourth episode, we deliver a full NBA Playoff special highlighting each individual match-up of the postseason. In doing so, we will discuss key players, injuries, and the overall atmosphere of the series.
Tonight, we continue the discussion on the Bundy Ranch invasion and Justina Pelletier with Chris Agee of Western Journalism.
Common Core is a huge deal in the social engineering of our culture as well as a HUGE infringment on parental rights and privacy. Robin Eubanks joins us and discusses all things Common Core. You don't want to miss this, folks.
Paul Ellison of AmericanSpring2011 has more on the investigation of child trafficking in Missouri Schools. These are things you need to look for in your own schools. Join us at 7:00 pm/cst.
If you can't make it at 7:00 p.m., enjoy the podcast anytime.
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Dr. DeGarmo has a B.A. in History, a Masters in Media Technology, a Masters in Educational Leadership, and a Doctorate in Educational Leadership from Walden University. Dr. DeGarmo wrote his dissertation on Responding to the Needs of Foster Children Face While in Rural Schools. He is the author of several books, including the highly inspirational book Fostering Love: One Foster Parent's Journey, and the foster care children's book A Different Home: A New Foster Child’s Story. He is the host of the weekly radio show Foster Talk with Dr. John. Dr. DeGarmo is a dynamic speaker and informative trainer on the foster care system, and travels extensively, meeting with foster parents, child welfare workers, churches, schools, and organizations. He writes regularly for many magazines, and is a regular contributor to several publications and newsletters, both in the United States and in Europe.
Dr. DeGarmo is married to Dr. Kelly DeGarmo, who hails from Australia, and the two of them have six children, both biological and adoptive. Dr. DeGarmo and his wife are also currently foster parents to five siblings, bringing their household to eleven children. Dr. DeGarmo has been a foster parent for dozens of children for over a decade now. He has a passion for foster children, and is driven to bring education and insight into general society about all things foster care.
Spotlight w/Najmah53, Straight Up w/ Thomas Abdul Salaam
1st HOUR: Spotlight is with Najmah53 Radio Personality, Promotional genius, spoken word artist, known for her honesty & bluntness. She spits honest truth, from her heart. She is about strengthening the Sisterhood & spreading her positive message to all who hear it. email@example.com
2nd & 3rd HOUR: Straight Up with Thomas Abdul-Salaam aka Twin Servant of Peace is an open meeting of Muslims concerned with establishing community life with the vision of Imam Warith Deen Mohammed's New Africa as as we look forward to creating more social events, institution, and family orient project to meet the needs of the Islamic community. Topics such as leadership, identity, social programs, youth, schools, health care and more as a starting point. We are planning a general gathering for the summer of 2013 in a working session to share our collective vision. Every one is invite to participate on the raidio as well as attend the upcoming meeting. Listen weekly for more details.
The guys take a look at the NBA playoffs. Can the Pacers salvage their season? They'll also discuss the Coach of the Year award. Was Popovich deserving? The NFL Tournament of Mike will begin. Mike needs a team to root for, and the guys will help him sort it out. Albert Pujols legacy talk, and much, much more!
In April, our guest is Dr. Warren Simmons, executive director, Annenberg Institute for School Reform at Brown University. AISR is a national policy research and reform-support organization that works with urban districts and communities to improve the conditions and outcomes of schools, especially in urban communities and in those attended by traditionally underserved children. Their work focuses on three crucial issues in education reform today: school transformation, college and career readiness and expanded learning time. We will speak with Dr. Simmons and Dr. Jesse Register, Director of Metro Nashville Public Schools. MNPS is currently engaged with the Annenberg Institute to improve achievement in that district. Listen and learn what is happening in Nashville.
Join us for what promises to be an incredible discussion on April 23 at 2pm EST.
The 2009 Global Entrepreneurship Monitor stated that Guatemala was the sixth highest in the world and fourth in Latin America for the Rate of Early Entrepreneurship. Today you'll hear three entrepreneurs talk about their journeys into entrepreneurship and their current work in Guatemala.
Luis Aguilar is an Ashoka fellow and social entrepreneur who founded Bakabs. Bakabs is a network of small and medium tourism enterprises focusing on rural areas of Guatemala. Hotels, restaurants, transport and entertainment venues work together with artists and artisans creating economic, social and cultural development in the Guatemalan countryside.
Mark Jacobson worked in the hospitality industry and then became a business advisor and investor in several Central American firms. He has a BS from Cornell University. Four years ago, he co-founded Pomona Impact and now works to grow an impact investment 'ecosystem' that will provide financial and technical support to early stage impact businesses in Meso America.
Maria Rodriguez graduated from Istmo University, Guatemala City and in 2011 completed her Sustainable Rural Development Masters degree from Flacso Guatemala. In 2007 she founded ByoEarth, a social venture that promotes vermiculture in vulnerable areas of Latin America. She was an Unreasonable Fellow and in 2012 she completed the Agora Partnerships business accelerator. She currently works in partnership with Technoserve and Fundación Junkabal to promote vermiculture as a sustainable livelihood for women in extreme poverty.