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Debra Oakland is an Author and Founder of Living In Courage - A Spiritual Oasis For Overcoming Life's Biggest Challenges. After losing her 21 year old son, her baby girl in the 8th month of pregnancy, and both of her brothers in just 4 years, Debra began her life altering path as a writer, courage advocate, and joyful experiencer.
Her upcoming book, Change Your Movie, Change Your Life: 7 Reel Concepts for Courageous Change teaches others how to be the writer, director, producer, and Star of your own life movie. Debra’s passion for helping others live courageously is deeply entwined with her greatest goal, guiding others to connect to their true inner passion and unique authentic essence. Her book is entertaining, yet has thought-provoking messages to be open to the life edits while enjoying your blockbuster life.
On today’s edition of Thaboxingvoice Radio Show, the panel discusses the recently announced HBO headliner between Andre Ward and Sullivan Barrera taking place March 26th at the Oracle Arena in Oakland, California. After a month or so of speculation, the fight was formally announced this week with yesterday’s media call to officially kickoff the promotion, although reports of the fight being finalized surfaced last week.
Despite having competed at a catch-weight above 168lbs in his return fight against Paul Smith last June, this will be Ward’s first official fight at light heavyweight since announcing his certain decision to move up from super middleweight – a weight class he dominated and reigned over for years. The undefeated Barrera will to take advantage of the size factor that comes with years of experience campaigning at the light heavyweight division.
Joining us today will be bantamweight Alexis Santiago as he prepares for his Fox Sports 1 headliner against Erik Ruiz in Las Vegas on a Mayweather Promotions card. Jamel Herring will also appear as a guest on today’s show, fresh off his own Fox Sports 1 headliner this past Tuesday in which he defeated Luis Eduardo Flores by unanimous decision through 10 rounds.
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Every Wednesday at 6pm Pst/8pm Est LIITR founder Dave (@LIITRBOXING) Duenez and co-host Gabriel (@Gabriel_Montoya) talk all the latest boxing news on Leave it in the RinG . Dave and Gabe provide a fresh and unfiltered take on the boxing world with fan interactive debates ,breaking news, and in-depth no-hold-barrs with the top names in the sport.
Tonight Dave ,Gabe and guest co-host Felipe (@SDFights) Leon host of LIITR network In the Squared Circle welcome boxer Billy Dib who has open up on the once promoter/rapper 50cent split . Andre Ward signs fight to face Sully Barerra at the super-middlweight in Oakland . Roy Jones Jr. finally hangs up gloves and PBC melt down again in the news - news and notes on topic .
Plus we take calls from the fight fans at our hoitline 347-215-7598
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Join Ted Hicks (Dad, Husband & Son) as he moderates the #LNPShow that discusses the latest trends and game changers in parenting, technology, education, sports & product reviews.
805pm --- SalonPas (pain relief) President John Incledon (Hisamitsu America) - joins us to discuss their new over-the-counter pain relieving patch.
830pm Dan Soberberg (Dad-in-Chief) - co-authors the children's book "Elevator Jones" series with his nine year old son.
905pm CS Keys talks Super Bowl, San Diego / Oakland relocation attempts, Cam Newton & race relations.
930pm Rosalyn Ross talks about the NBA All-Star game, Binge watching, fitness and Valentines Day BEST practices.
Brett Favre leads the NFL Hall of Fame class for 2016. Favre was voted in on the first ballot, and becomes the 24th Green Bay Packer to be selected. The Chicago Bears lead all teams with 27 players enshrined. The class of 2016 will enshrine eight people that includes one owner, one coach, two quarterbacks (including Favre), a wide receiver, two offensive lineman, and one defensive player.
The late Ken Stabler joins Favre at the quarterback position. Stabler known as the "Snake" passed away last July from cancer. He led the Oakland Raiders to the Lombardi Trophy in 1977. Owner Edward DeBartolo Jr will also be enshrined for his contributions to the NFL. Tony Dungy became the first African-American to win a Super Bowl. Marvin Harrison still holds the single season reception record of 143 and was a member of Dungy's Super Bowl winning team. Orlando Pace was a giant among men on the offensive line and is joined by the late Dick Stanfel who played for the Detroit Lions. With Stanfel being elected to the Hall of Fame, Packer fans may be shaking their head wondering why the great Jerry Kramer still has not received his validation. Finally, the lone defensive player elected was Kevin Greene. Greene recorded 160 sacks while playing for four teams. He started his career in 1985 with the Los Angeles Rams and ended his 15 year career in Carolina.
Just like that, the 2015-16 NFL Season has vanished and football withdrawal has taken place all over America. The Core Show panelists will attempt to keep you engaged as far as the NFL goes by telling you what the #1 storyline was out of the NFL this past season. We'll look back on all things Super Bowl 50 and tell you our takeaways from the game, our favorite Super Bowl commercials, our impressions of the national anthem by Lady Gaga and the Pepsi Halftime Show featuring Coldplay, Beyonce and Bruno Mars, where the Denver Broncos and Carolina Panthers go from here to prepare for next season and much more.
Speaking of more, we'll examine Cam Newton and his poor, onfield perfomance, leading to his poorer postgame behavior and explain why calling him the face of the NFL proved to be a bit premature. We'll examine the legcy of Peyton Manning and tell you if it's now complete now that he has won that oh so elusive 2nd Super Bowl. We'll also tell you whether or not we expect him to retire. We'll react to the latest fallout surrounding Johnny Manziel and even tell you a known figure in the NFL who ultimately had the worst day once the Panthers officially lost Super Bowl 50.
We'll also have an insider who covers the Oakland Raiders to address the rumors around the possibility they could relocate to Las Vegas and occupy a 1 billion dollar stadium that is going to be built on the campus of UNL V.
We'll examine the state of the NFL and mention what we believe the NFL needs to address this offseason.
"The SAFE Program also aims to unite Black and poor communities by actively recruiting and hiring a number of our youth to help implement these much-needed services. Both drivers and escorts will be recruited from among the young and unemployed in our community, a strategythat at the same time will cut down the number of youth who would consider snatching a pocket book just to get a little change. In addition, drivers and escorts will be given extensive training in their respective fields, with both groups receiving intensive safety and FIRST-aid instruction.
State, federal, and local funding of the SAFE Program will also mean additional transportation-at least five vans with a seating capacity of twelve per sons each, plus the hiring ofa full-time program director and assistants. All totaled, the proposed annual budget for the SAFE Program comes to slightly less than two hundred thousand dollars ($195,530).
E orts to acquire funds for the SAFE Program have not yet been successful. A formal proposal has been presented before Oakland Model Cities, a federally funded poverty program, but that agency has made no commitment. A portion of Oakland's $4.5 million in revenue-sharing funds has been suggested for the SAFE Program, but the city administrators have been typically mum. Complete and adequate funding for the SAFE Program was, in fact, an integral part ofthe Seale-Brown Fourteen-Point Program to Rebuild Oakland in the 1973 campaign and, far from being abandoned, it will be included in initiatives and referendums.
The SAFE funding proposal, like the program itself, is an argument for our protection instead of our abuse by public service agencies, which theoreti cally function on our behalf. SAFE is a simple but basic program designed to help and secure the lives of a very important yet often forgotten segment of our communities: the older people." HUEY P. NEWTON
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SENIORS AGAINST A FEARFUL ENVIRONMENT
"Seniors Against a Fearful Environment (SAFE), a nonprofit corporation, was begun by the Black Panther Party at the request of a group of senior citizens for the purpose of preventing muggings and attacks upon the elderly, particularlywhen they go out to cash their meager social security or pension checks. Prior to approaching the Black Panther Party, the seniors had gone to the Oakland Police Department to request protection. There the seniors were told, to their dismay and outrage, that they "should walk close to the curb" in the future. Mrs. Van Frank, founder of the East Bay Legislative Council of Senior Citizens and the state of California's Outstanding Senior Citizen for 1971, commenting on the dangers experienced by the senior citi zens, has remarked: "The fear engendered among us old people by these mug gings almost makes us prisoners in our own homes."
A section of a recent funding proposal for the SAFE Program substantiates these claims. A comparative crime study was done over a period of six weeks (August 21 to October 1, 1972) and details conclusively that the age of the victim does bear a de nite relationship to the type ofo ense committed. Ofthe com bined total of 249 victims of strong-arm robbery and purse-snatching, 48 per cent ofthe victims (118) were overthe age of y. During this same period, only 13 percent of complainants in armed robbery cases fell into the senior citizen category. The conclusion, then, is that an elderly person is more likely to be physically attacked, whereas the younger, more agile person, who is more able to a defend his- or herself, will more likely be the victim of an armed assault. The fact has also been established that 33 percent of all crimes committed in the city of Oakland are committed against senior citizens."
Join JW & The Protege as they Interview Positive Impact Hero #5 Chris Wilson Executive Director of The First Tee Of Greater Ocala program....Chris Wilson has been in the golf business for over 20 years. He has lived in Ocala since 1996. Chris is a graduate of Oakland University with a B.S. in Business Management.Thier Mission at The FirstTee program is...To impact the lives of young people by providing educational programs that build character, instill life-enhancing values and promote healthy choices through the game of golf.
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