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  • 00:29

    Orange is the New Black: The Privatization of the Prison Industrial Complex

    in Family

    This episode will discuss how Orange is in fact the New "Black." The privatization of the prison industrial complex has created a growing trend in the incarceration of women and girls. GEO and Corrections Corporation of America represent two of the largest for-profit prisons in the America. These private companies operate billion dollar enterprises, which require no governmental oversight concerning programs and services for treatment or rehabilitation. Life for most women in prison will not result in a televised program or a book.

  • 02:02

    Hotel Dodds; Government Industrial School (GIS); Cahill and Political News

    in Radio

    Hotel Dodds.   Her majesty's Prison in Barbados, Dodds, under investigation for inmates and prison wardens dating, having sex in prison cells and containers and setting up home with convicts on bail or ex-convicts.  Is there a security breach?  Is this how Winston Hall was allowed to escape (he walked right through the front gate).

    Dodds Government Industrial School (GIS) should be under investigation for lack of care to its wards. 

    How Effective is Barbados' Attorney General: Adriel Brathwaite?

    Cahill, the waste to energy plant issues are not going away as minister Denis Lowe will approve plans once other government departments are on board.

    Other: Politiall News with Rawle Maycock.

    Books:  The Khaki Boys; The Men are Under her Spell, Naked Departure, Marc is Dying (The Trilogy Series); Boys in the Band.

    Sheri Veronica.  Rawle Maycock.  Alex Mitchell

  • 01:12

    Going Solar 101 - Industrial Country Market

    in Real Estate

    Today on "It's My House" our topic is "Going Solar 101" with Daniel Brecth who is the "co-owner", "co-operator", and "doer" @ "Industrial Country Market" located in the state of Texas.  At ICM they are very big on education and the offer classes on the following:

    Off The Grid Solar Power
    Hydroponic Gardening
    Water Gardens
    Water Retention
    Raised Bed Gardening
    Solar 101/202

    In addition, ICM has their own store.

    Visit our website at:  www.itsmyhouseonline.com

    Call to listen to "It's My House Radio" 24/7  ............. 712-432-8863

    Thank U for listening to "It's My House"

  • 00:31

    Nourishing the World with Industrial Hemp | with Paul Benhaim

    in Entrepreneur

    Enjoy this insightful and empowering hempisode of HempAware Radio with very special guest, Paul Benhaim, hemp entrepreneur, nutritional expert, author, among other amazing titles. Discover how essential hemp is as a food, and what products Paul is currently working on. Also discover how he has been able to raise hundreds of thousands of dollars to fund his amazing hemp companies!

    Discover more about Doug Fine at: www.paulbenhaim.com

    Give us a ring today to let us know what you want to hear on HempAware Radio: 805-410-4367

    Discover more at www.HempAware.com

    And let's connect:

  • 02:34

    "Speaking for the Speechless:" Rebroadcast of Forum on Prison Industrial Complex

    in Politics Progressive

    On this particular Thursday evening episode of The Social Spitball Show, Bram Sarkowski & Barbara Dee take a backseat to a very important issue in the United States of America: The Prison Industrial Complex. The School-to-Prison Pipeline and other issues go right along with this complex, but solveable issue.

    This episode features a show that is entirely pre-recorded. The majority was recorded at the "Speaking for the Speechless" forum on the Prison Industrial Complex & the U.S. Court System that was held in Goldsboro, NC on the afternoon/evening of Saturday, May 30, 2015.

    Linda Wilkins-Daniels, the organizer & moderator, worked with many wonderful individuals and organization to bring us all important stories and perspectives on how so many minorities have been ushered into the prison systems (many of them PRIVATE & FOR PROFIT) across this nation. The Prison Industrial Complex is indeed complex, but it needs your voice to topple it in the coming future.

    This forum will become a series and will come to cities like Durham and Charlotte, NC in the near future. Stay tuned to http://www.thegospelofwaynecounty.com/ for more information on future forums like this one.

    Big thanks to Robyn Wade of Power 101 WADE of Goldsboro (and the internet) for sharing this audio with us all!! Show her some love by listening to http://thegospelofwaynecounty.com/robynwaderadio/ often!

    Barbara & I know you will benefit from this conversation. Let's get the conversation going...

  • 02:01

    Prison Industrial Complex or New Plantation

    in Radio

    SACRAMENTO, California — With wildfires blazing throughout the parched Western United States, the state of California has found a novel, though ethically questionable, way to save money on the state’s safety budget: Send state prisoners to work on the frontlines fighting forest fires for $2 per day.

    “More than 100 wildfires are burning across the West — destroying dozens of homes, forcing hundreds of people to flee and stretching firefighting budgets to the breaking point,” wrote Tim Stelloh for NBC News on Monday. For California, he reported, that means some 14,000 firefighters combating 19 forest fires, including the “Jerusalem fire,” which covered over 25,000 acres before being mostly contained as of Saturday. “[T]he blaze — along with six others — was still sending smoke south across the San Francisco Bay Area,” Stelloh wrote.

    About 4,000 low-level felons from California’s state prisons are fighting the fires, operating out of so-called “conservation camps,” according to Julia Lurie, writing on Friday for Mother Jones. “Between 30 and 40 percent of California’s forest firefighters are state prison inmates,” she reported. Inmates who committed certain offenses, like sex crimes or arson, are blocked from entering the firefighting program. Prisoners work in 24-hour shifts during forest fire season, followed by 24 hours off. Prisoners earn $2 a day just by being in the program, plus an additional $2 an hour when they are actively fighting fires.

  • 01:00

    Exploring Pittsburgh's Industrial History

    in Travel

    World Footprints is excited to share one of our new favorite cities --Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania (despite our football rivalries).  When most people who have never visited Pittsburgh think of the city, they may envision an industrial city filled with tall smoke stakes.  In reality, Pittsburgh is a vibrant, colorful, modern and pristine city that is very welcoming.

    The three rivers that meet at a point creates a flowing calming energy and provided the inspiration for Dutch artist Florentjn Hofman to select the city as her North American debut of his giant rubber duck.  Today, we will give you a glimpse into this remarkable city as we explore Pittsburgh's rich history through attractions like the Senator John Heinz History Center, we'll walk through the streets of The Hill Districk and we'll relive Pittsburgh's industrial past as we tour the Carrie Blast Furnaces.

  • 03:06

    KTL RADIO presents CANNABIZ: The New Industrial Paradigm ft Michael Singleton

    in News

    Know The Ledge Radio in conjunction with KTL EMPOWERMENT invite you to another EPIC broadcast. In the spirit of solution based dialogue, we present to you an insight into legalized marijuana industry blossoming in the U.S.

    The Hemp revolution has started, get your ticket in the first class section of the train. History is in the making, this time the folks who look like you and i can profit from America's next Industrial Revolution. Get onboard by joining us tonight as we are enlightend about this new Paradigm.


  • 00:36

    Industrial Hygiene

    in Education

    Join us this Wednesday at 1pm CST as we discuss Industrial Hygiene on CSUTalkRadio. Guest host and CSU Outreach Representative, Renee Wright, and guest speaker and CSU faculty member, James Withers, will be discussing the modern world of industrial hygiene as well as exposure evaluations and the human element of safety in the world of occupational health and safety professionals. Don’t forget to tune in and join in on the conversation on CSUTalkRadio.com

    Guest Host – Renee Wright, Outreach Rep
    Renee is a Corporate Outreach Representative at Columbia Southern University in Orange Beach, Alabama. She has been promoting CSU’s online degree programs since 2010, primarily in the safety and public safety fields, by exhibiting at conferences and presenting to corporations, associations and departments throughout the U.S.

    Guest Speaker – James Withers, CSU Faculty
    Dr. Withers’ educational background includes a B A in Biology from Luther College in Decorah, Iowa, an M S in Preventive Medicine & Environmental Health with an emphasis in Industrial Hygiene from the University of Iowa , and a Ph. D. in Industrial Technology from Iow a State University with doctoral research that focused on learning and retention differences between students that take safety training on a computer versus in the classroom.Dr. Withers is both a Certified Industrial Hygienist (CIH) and Certified Safety Professional (CSP) and has been a practicing Industrial Hygienist for over 23 years. He is currently the EH&S Manager at Sauer – Danfoss in Ames, IA, and is responsible for implementation of a safety program for three facilities and approximately 900 employees. He is currently a private consultant on a variety of occupational health endeavors.

  • 00:44

    The Easiest Time In History To Start A Business Since The Industrial Revolution

    in Self Help

    Matthew Lesko of http://lesko.com/, http://leskofreeradio.com/, & http://lesko.com/fiverr and http://bigdatalesko.com tells us how this is the easiest time in history to start a business since the industrial revolution.

    Watch: https://youtu.be/z7A5kvQCdXo

  • 01:57

    Social Media and Industrial Manufacturers & EM-IM Bank

    in News

    Tuesday, June 23, 2015, 1:00 - 2:00 p.m. ET - Small to mid-sized industrial manufacturers often overlook the substantial benefits of engaging existing and potential customers via virtual forums. This week, hosts Tim Grady and Lew Weiss are joined by Derek Edmond, Managing Partner, Director of SEO and Social Media Strategies for KoMarketing Associates and Danny Mishek, Managing Director of VistaTek to discuss effective strategies for creating, maximizing or taking to the next level, your company's online presence. 2:00 - 3:00 p.m. ET

    EX-IM Bank

    Linda Dempsey, Vice President of International Economic Affairs for the National Association of Manufacturers will speak on the status of the reauthorization of the ExIm Bank, the federal bank on the verge of losing its charter because Congress can agree that the government should continue to support a financial institution that supports over one million jobs in the U.S., contributes over a half billion dollars to the U.S. treasury, and facilitates the sales of billions of dollars in U.S. goods to overseas buyers. She will be joined by Dan Clifton, head of Policy Research for Strategas, an institutional investment firm and later by Congresswoman Debbie Dingell, Representative for Michigan's 12th congressional district who will speak on why reauthorization is a problem Tune in to find out!