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Gaëlle Cosnuau, née en France, arrive au Québec en 1989 pour ses recherches en Maîtrise de Géographie. Elle a commencé le Yoga alors qu’elle était étudiante à l’Université d’Angers l’année précédente.
Premiers pas qui vont lui faire découvrir Montréal, ses beautés, sa grande richesse culturelle et artistique, sa population multi-ethnique , ses particularités francophones en Amérique du Nord.
Dès lors elle fait le choix de demeurer plus longtemps et finit même par s’y établir définitivement !
Son parcours de recherches géographiques la conduit dans le milieu théatral où elle étudie et évolue ensuite pendant trois ans. Elle fréquente alors aussi le milieu cinématographique et musical montréalais.
I tackled this topic last year and had some great conversations about it. So let's go there again. Gentrification, Part 2. The REMIX!! The New Detroit? Or is it just a way of running all the "minorities" out of the city?
What's the update on the gentrification of Detroit? What are your thoughts on Gentriification? What does Gentrification mean? How does it effect the poor citizens of Detroit? How has gentrification worked in other major US cities?
Come and Pour the T with me on Gentrificaiton Today at 2pm.
Lets discuss!! Call in: 347-633-9497
I have tackled this topic in round about ways, speaking on gender roles, being a Black Woman and talking about my experiences with men. And while I am hesistant to discuss this topic, I will do it once and let it go.
Is there a "war" between Black Men and Black Women? Do we love each other, hate each other or just tolerate each other?
Why are there so many examples of Black Men and Black Women just not getting along? Or is it all media hype and we are really no different from any other group?
Let's discuss. Black Men vs. Black Women? Come and Pour the T with me today at 3pm.
The number to call in is: 347-633-9497
What's on your "Bucket List?" What's stopping you from achieving it?
We all have dreams, goals,desires that we are aching to accomplish, so let's talk abou it, what's on your "Bucket List"
Come and Pour the T with me today at 12:30pm
The call in number is: 347-633-9497
We have all said it many times. I'm too old for this or that. Or she's too old to act like that. Or he's too old to act like that, wear that, say that, watch that, use that, etc.
How old is too old? How young it too young?? Let's examine the topic of age and making certain choices. Yes, I've covered this topic in other ways, but lets re-examine today.
Also, going to give you more info on the Water Crisis in Detroit.
Come and Pour the T with me today at 3pm.
The number to call in is: 347-633-9497
What is your relationship like with your mother? Should mothers and daughters be friends? How does having a positive self image aid in the raising of a wonderfully self aware daughter? Moms/Daughters call in and let's talk about it.
Come and Pour the T with me. Today at 5pm. 347-633-9497
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Good Afternoon Family,
I think my mic is finally working properly so I will do a show today. How do you ask the hard questions? How do you have the hard conversations with friends and family? Call in and discuss. I look forward to having a very lively conversation this afternoon. Come and Pour the T with me today at 3pm.
Haitian Gospel songs and prayers for children with disability. Host Berlotte Antoine
In early April, 52 year old Steve Utash suffered a brutal beating at the hand of as many as 11 or more people, after he stopped to help an 10 year old boy that darted out into traffic and was struck by his truck. The 10 year old suffered a broken foot, needed a few stitches and is expected to make a full recovery. Mr. Utash was hospitalized for more than six weeks, part of which time was spent in critical condition and being placed into a medically induced coma for 10 days. Currently, Mr. Utash still suffers from brain injuries that prevent him from driving to work or make financial decisions on his own. So far, five suspects have been convicted for their part in the beating. One of the assailants, 19 year old Latrez Cummings, stated that not having a father present in his life was a major factor contributing to his bad decision making skills. The Judge’s response, “…someone to discipline you. Someone to beat the hell out of you when you made a mistake, as opposed to allowing you or encouraging you to do it to somebody else.” led to a heated exchange with the assistant prosecutor. She argued that there are numerous households headed by single mothers with young black male children and not having a father present is no excuse for this type of behavior. The exchange between the judge and assistant prosecutor raises the question. Does having a father present make a difference in a young man’s life or is there more to it than just having a daddy that will “beat the hell out you when you make a mistake?” Join us, as we search the Holy Bible for answers to this question and more.
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