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In January 2014, Professional Options hosted a Wounded Warrior Project (WWP) meeting at Poulsbo City Hall so area veterans could learn about how to benefit from WWP. Attendees hear about successes and challenges our veterans and their families face after serving and sacrificing for our country, and how the services provided by WWP allow them to move forward with their "new normal."
WWP provides support and services to post-Sept. 11 veterans such as college scholarships and stipends; cash grants to service providers to cover basic needs like food, rent and utilities; physical and psychological rehabilitation; combat stress recovery; benefits assistance; peer support; and career development and training. In 2012 alone, it spent $114 million to aid wounded veterans, their families and their caregivers.
The meeting was WWP's first time in Kitsap, and a Wounded Warriors in Kitasp (WWIK) group (no affiliation with WWP) was loosely formed and communicates via a Facebook page.
Join us as we talk with regional WWIK advocates and leaders Charles Keating, Todd Best, and Jeremy Creed about what's ahead.
Washington State's Public Records Act, a powerful tool not only for reporters, but also for citizens, to expose government corruption
Washington State's Public Records Act, a powertool to uncover corruption
How using Washington State's Public Record Act exposed one of the largest corruption scandals in Washington State
The “featured” BlogTalkRadio program “Westchester On the Level with Narog and Aris” opens the Monday, January 25, 2015th broadcast day with Monday Co-host John Bailey, publisher of the White Plains CitizeNetReporter (www.WPCNR.com) and Hezi Aris, publisher of the Yonkers Tribune (www.YonkersTribune.com), discuss the most pertinent issues of the day specific to White Plains and Yonkers, as well as Westchester County and beyond.
At 11 a.m. Hezi pivots onto the international news scene to consider impact from and by the issues that engage the world stage.
Your participation is shamelessly solicited; share your perspective; ask a question, be heard! Place your call to (347) 205-9201. You are only asked to please stay on topic. Listen live or on demand: http://www.BlogTalkRadio.com/WestchesterOnTheLevel/
This morning veteran dog rescuer Sylva Kelegian visits the program. She’s an actress who you’ve probably seen in many of your favorite TV shows over the years and she is currently on stage in Los Angeles in the Pulitzer Prize-winning play called, “'night, Mother." But in between acting on stage and screen and rescuing homeless pets, she’s managed to write a very cool book called God Spelled Backwards and we’re going to hear all about that shortly. Then, after our halftime break, Maria Dales will be sharing news about German Shepherd Rescue of Orange County.
Counties, too, "are created to give effect to and enable citizens
to exercise the right of local self-government."Morris v. Board of Com'rs of Switzerland County, 131 Ind. 285, 31
N.E. 77 (1892).
"Political subdivisions of States counties, cities, or whatevernever were and never have been considered as sovereign entities. Rather, they have been traditionally regarded as subordinate governmental instrumentalities created by the State to assist in the carrying out of state governmental functions. As stated by the Court in Hunter v. City of Pittsburgh, 207 U.S. 161, 178, 28 S.Ct. 40, 46, 52 L.Ed. 151, these governmental units are `created as convenient agencies for exercising such of the governmental powers of the state as may be entrusted to them,' and the `number, nature, and duration of the powers conferred upon [them] * * * and the territory over which they shall be exercised rests in the absolute discretion of the state.'" (Emphasis added.)
A GUIDE TO CORRESPONDING WITH PRISONERS
Welcome to.....“EL BARRIO VERDE”, A WEEKLY POLITICAL RADIO SHOW FROM LA, sponsored by the East Los Angeles Community Law & Civil Rights Center, Self-Help Legal Solutions & Resources for the Entire Community……This is Carlos Montenegro and Bienvenidos to the Neighborhood…!!!
This show will be broadcasted live from East Los Angeles in the “Spanglish” language to all of our “Hermanos” and “Hermanas” in all 50 United States… “EL BARRIO VERDE”… A WEEKLY POLITICAL COMMENTARY RADIO SHOW......
East Los Angeles Community Law & Civil Rights Center, 4765 Whittier Blvd., Los Angeles 90022..Tel. 310-619-3634
The first thing that I want to make clear is that I am a law student and not a lawyer.
The East Los Angeles Community Law & Civil Rights Center would like to encourage people to show solidarity and support for incarcerated activist. This show will be a brief introduction to the difficulties people often encounter when reaching out to people in the custody of the prison-industrial complex. For those who are not locked-up and have thought about writing to prisoners, but are hestitant to get started, this show should provide some basic information about the challenges that are unique to corresponding with prisoners.
If at the end of this free training class you would like to receive a free pdf book about todays presentation email me at EastLosAngelesLawCenter@gmail.com
Guest : Marlena Fearing, an extraordinary woman who is an accomplished land developer, real estate agent and business owner. She has also worked tirelessly as a guardian ad litem for children and adults and knows what really goes on inside these courtrooms. She can speak to the the back room deals that harm so many. Marlena has also devoted much of her time to caring for the homeless.
Licensed Real Estate Broker – Minnesota since 1975
Licensed Land Developer and General Contractor
Licensed Court Appointed Guardian Ad Litem – trained in court room proceedings
Licensed in Mexico for Land Development (Odyssey de Mexico)
Operation Brotherhood – A Minnesota non-profit corporation - President/CEO- A non-profit organization with a mission statement to serve as “First Call for Help” providing food, housing and shelter for homeless.
Guardian Ad Litem – Court appointed by Dakota County, MN to serve as an advocate for vulnerable adults and children in a courtroom setting. My role was to advise the court as to the best interest of the vulnerable adult/child.
MAGAL – Minnesota Chapter for Guardian Ad Litem
Women’s League of Minnesota - Served as Vice- President
Lions Club, Garrison MN- Lioness/ Women’s Division – Providing food/ shelter
PFAW – Wrote various articles for publication/Civil Rights Violations
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