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Onica's family is multicultural- she is West Indian and her son is Black and Asian. Her blogs are for awareness for the Asian and Black Community, which means families and individual Blasian heritage. Some of her blogs chronicle experiences of curiosity to disolved. Onica will share cultural expressions regarding child care and her expriences with it. Also, she will share how her Black motherhood is challenged. http://blasianbabynotes.blogspot.com http://asianblackco.wordpress.com
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My Guest is Dr. Gregory P. Meyjes
Our nation is now more multicultural and interfaith than at any other time. How to navigate through the various culture and faith traditions is a question I have asked myself in the interfaith work that I do. What necessary skills do we need, and how does that affect our sense of who we are, in our quickly expanding and changing society?
Join my guest Dr. Gregory P. Meyjes who is Associate Professor of Linguistics at Kennesaw State University and President of Solidaris Intercultural Services LLC, an intercultural and international competency firm with a focus on language, religion, and race/ethnicity.
Dr. Meyjes is Bahai’ and is an applied sociolinguist whose research concerns attitudes, policies, and practices involving the inclusion of cultural minority groups. He has pursued a rights-based approach to social change for decades. The recipient of several post-doctoral awards including two Fulbright assignments, his current teaching focuses on intercultural competency and international conflict management.
Everyone knows the value of fitness, exercise, and eating right. We also know that harsh weather conditions can take its toll on our bodies. But what about our face, our skin and the treatment and conditioning needed to keep us fit and healthy from head to toe?
If this concerns you, too, I have just the book for you! Skinversity: A Guide To Treating All Skin Types written by veteran business owner, skin care professional and esthetician Rosaline Lowe. It’s one of the few books written by an expert in cross cultural skin types that will walk you through a skin care regiment that is ethnically specific to Black, White, Asian and Latino skin types.
Listen to today’s interview and you’ll want to pick up a copy of the book for yourself, friends, and members of your family. Women’s History Month spotlights Rosaline Lowe and her contributions to business, beauty, and skin care dynamics for multicultural people everywhere!
Please join me as I welcome to the Cultural Conversations virtual studio, Bill Howe, author of "Becoming a Multicultural Educator: Developing Awareness, Gaining Skills, and Taking Action". Bill will discuss the changing demographics and what educators need to do to be successful in teaching to all students. He will also discuss the impetus to his new book.
Makeup Artist and Creative Director of BridalGal Beauty, Lilly Rivera joins us to chat about Multicultural Beauty. We are on at 9pm EST/6pm PST on BlogTallk Radio. Join the conversation with your comments and/or questions at 914.803.4399. www.BlogTalkradio.com/BeautytalkwithIllusions. Also, join our Tweetchat by using the hashtag #BeautyLounge on Twitter.
PHILADELPHIA OWN REVOLITIONARY BROTHER PTAH AND BROTHER JELANI WILL TOUCH ON BLACK NIGGIA MULTICULTURAL STIMULATION STIMULATION WWW.BLOGTALKRADIO.COM BROTHER PTAH REVOLITIONARY RADIO 2013
We apologise for the more quality of recording of this show, but we will hosting Bob and Mary Bain again on Wedneday at 11:30am to give you better quality. In the meantime, please feel free to listen to this one.
TiM Talk Radio is talking to Bob & Mary Bain of the Welcome Network, about confronting the challenges of living in a diverse community.
They will be sharing on the Multicultural Ministry Networking Day on Tuesday 20 November 2012 at 12:00pm and the work that Welcome Network is involved in.
David Foster - Manor Park Christian Centre
Bob Bain - Welcome Network
£10 per person, light lunch provided
To book, please contact Bob Bain
07988 564299 / firstname.lastname@example.org
Check out their website - www.welcomenetwork.org
Building The Bridge Together
Christian faith, history is one that is inclusive; bridging the chasm between God and Humankind along with the one between all people one to another as individuals and ethnic groups. By "Building The Bridge Together" over the ethnic/cultural divide, Accord1 challenges Christians and The heterogeneous landscape of our world in a way that requires change from the rambling noise of division into the poetic melody of harmony and unity today resulting in synergy for tomorrow.
Executive Director, Kevin Robinson has been a pioneer in the area of diversity having lived it being raised in Perry Township Ohio as a young child of the first African American Family at the area and school. With all of the negative realities of pre nineteen seventies suburbia serving as a focal point in his life, Kevin chose unity over division.
Many years in the making through a long career as a professional Fire Fighter, 1985-present), bachelor degreed senior co-pastor (1993-2001), staff pastor (2004-2006), evangelist, consultant and mentor/mediator to many in the area of multicultural ministry. Kevin along with wife, Beverly have established track record of building up multi ethnic congregations.
There is an old adage that says “Christianity is not a voice in the wilderness, but a life in the world. It is not an idea in the air, but feet on the ground going God’s way.” Kevin and Beverly Robinson personify this old saying in their Christian work and attitude. Their voices are not crying out feudally in the wilderness or resonating from empty walls; instead, they touch lives in the real world. They don’t work from notions or opinions-they just do what needs to be done for those who can’t do it themselves or need a little help along the way.
The execution style killing of Michael Brown, an unarmed 18 year old walking in the middle of the street in Ferguson, Missouri, has stirred the moral fibers of an American society reeked in ethnic tension, racial discrimination and police misconduct.
On today’s show we’ll examine what happened in Ferguson and explore what’s wrong in America when Black men outnumber all over ethnic groups in violence and wrongful death in this country.
This show highlights a few of the gems that are cultivating at Brown Girl Publishing.
Portia A. Cosby is a novelist, poet and screenwriter. Her body of work has left an impact on everyone who has come across it. Her distinct style separates her from most as she addresses controversial issues and relates them to the African-American community. Her latest book, It's complicated, is a crowd pleaser.
Lorna “L.A. Lewis” is an author, educator, and motivational speaker. L.A. was hit by the writing "bug" in the spring of 2009, she self-published her first novel Dirty Little Secrets and her daily devotional The Gift of An Abundant Life within weeks of each other.L.A. Lewis landed a book deal with Brown Girls Publishing. A publishing company owned by two of her literary idols, ReShonda Tate Billingsley and Victoria Christopher Murray. L.A's next novel Sex, Lies, and Secrets is expected to be released Summer 2014.
Tracey M. Lewis-Giggetts is a writer, educator, and consultant who speaks nationally on subjects related to identity, faith, and purpose within the multicultural context. With wit and transparency, the author effectively challenges church leaders and laypersons who seek authenticity and relevance in ministry.
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