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What are some of the underlying criteria that lead to the violence, poverty and suffering in Our communities? How can we form bonds and strive for solutions to healing? How can we heal?
Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) is often associated with military soldiers of war, former and current. However, the symptoms related are very familiar with those that have plagued Poverty Stricken America for years upon years. Join Us as we discuss overcoming PTSD and solutions to overcoming it!
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Join P.O.P.S Movement Radio and host Korvell aka Rico Nation and Jevon Gee as they continue the discussion on Police Occupation in Poverty Stricken America. How is it affecting us? What can we do to overturn this violent culture indoctrinated into our communities? We will open up the lines to hear what our Brothas and Sistas in PSA have to say!
The continued surge of police brutality and murders, especially in African communities, has brought a state of fear and disdain to Poverty Stricken America. At this time the people are at a heightened state of resistance.. Join us as we strive get an understanding of how bonding and unification within the communities can bring about organization needed by the people to resist these attacks. How can we apply the 6 Steps to P.E.A.C.E to our lives and communities to overcome and survive these violent attacks?
Join P.O.P.S. Movement Radio host Sista Daphne Jackson for this topic tonight! We wish to hear you expound on "The Solution" for our youth and the issue they face with lack of educational drive, peer pressure, disinterest with topics taught, and much more...
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Hour One: Mike Cermak, Owner/Operator of Techguy.org.
Mike is here with us to answer your computer questions and discuss what's happening in the world of computers and technology.
Hour two: Craig and Ben do Computer and Technology News, brought to you by Slimware Utilities, the Official Optimization Software of Computer America, and answer your computer questions!
WHAT HISTORY BOOK DID OBAMA READ: ‘Islam Woven Into the Fabric of America Since Its Founding is absolutely absurd. Please, do tell, Mr. President. How many of the men who signed the Declaration of Independence regularly attended a Mosque? We hear a lot about the United States’ Judeo-Christian heritage, but according to President Obama, “Islam has been woven into the fabric of our country since its founding. Obama has said similar things in the past: I also know that Islam has always been a part of America’s story,” Obama said in a June 2009 speech in Cairo, Egypt. “Islam has always been part of America,” he said in a 2010 statement marking the start of Ramadan. And in a 2014 statement marking Eid, Obama said the holiday “also reminds us of the many achievements and contributions of Muslim Americans to building the very fabric of our nation and strengthening the core of our democracy. Obama is a sick man and strong America must rise up and stand up to the treasonous tyranny he is presenting America with. Tune in for the rest of the story Thursday morning at 11AM est March 5, 2015
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"Seen through the lens of spiritual psychology, all problems, internal or external, are the result of the unloving thoughts we hold in mind, often unconsciously. Healing, therefore, comes not from fixing anything 'out there,' but from removing unloving thoughts ‘in here." - Mark Lersch
Mark Lersch is a certified Inner Bonding facilitator and spiritual psychotherapist in private practice in Longmont, Colorado. His approach to healing is influenced by his own personal journey. Mark has studied a variety of spiritual paths and approaches and his interest is in assisting people in finding their own unique spiritual path in life. He holds a second-degree black belt in Aikido, a non-violent martial art, which teaches how to find one’s own "center."
Mark has worked as a primary and group therapist at a residential trauma treatment center and served as the Clinical Manager of an Intensive Outpatient Program. Visit www.marklersch.com and www.corequestpotential.com/home
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On this Episode of Eating for Meaning Dr. Millie will interview Jon Connors, a business coach and activist committed to the social movement of Prosumerism who is cycling across the country. Embarking on the #Prosumeourfuture Ride Across America--Prosumers are proactive consumers that use their passion and skills to amplify the brands and services they love. Jon is an avid recreational cyclist, and a communicator who enjoys making the complicated palatable to a large audience.
Dr. Millie will interview Jon Connors about his upcoming, nutrition regime and his cause- Prosumerism.
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The lovely Maggie Bridges won the coveted title of Miss Georgia last June and went on to compete at the Miss America pageant in Atlantic City, NJ in September 2014.
Throughout her reign as Miss Georgia, Maggie has been committed to her personal platform of “Impacting Others Through Volunteerism” statewide. Maggie has given over 800 hours of volunteer service to a wide variety of worthwhile causes. She is also a Team Developer for the Hands On Network, a national organization headquartered in Atlanta, which connects people to volunteer opportunities in their communities. Maggie uses her speaking engagements, media interviews and personal appearances as Miss Georgia encouraging others to volunteer. She is also a statewide ambassador for Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals, the Miss America Organization’s national charitable partner.
A scholar at the Georgia Institute of Technology, at the conclusion of her year of service as Miss Georgia, she will complete her Bachelor of Science in Business Administration, with a minor in Information Technology. Maggie then plans to earn a Doctor of Pharmacy degree and open her own pharmacy.
Maggie is a popular vocalist who enjoys performing at events and in churches throughout the state. A personal highlight was singing the National Anthem at Turner Field before an Atlanta Braves game.
For more information about the Miss Georgia Scholarship Pageant, visit www.missga.org
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Microaggressions are more than just insults and insensitive comments that show people's biases against marginalized groups leaving their victims feeling uncomfortable or insulted Remarks, questions, and actions are painful because they have to do with a person's membership in a group that's discriminated against; they happen casually and often without any harm intended. These racial assaults to black dignity are incessant and cumulative.The major vehicle for racism in this country is offenses done to blacks by whites in this sort of gratuitous never ending way. These offenses are microaggressions. Almost all black: white racial interactions are characterized by white put-downs, done in automatic, fashion. These mini disasters accumulate. Statements appear to be a compliment or a joke, but contain a hidden insult about a group of people.
Since our thoughts often determine our actions, implicit bias can lead to discriminatory behaviors; it's no surprise race is a prime area for implicit bias, and if you live in America,There's a widespread preference for light skinned over dark skinned and white over black. The implicit associations we hold often don't align with our declared beliefs. Racial minorities can hold implicit biases against themselves, too. These results are rarely reflective of conscious attitudes. The most popular of these tests is the Implicit Association Test, or IAT. Anthony Greenwald and his colleagues invented it in the mid-1990s. mplicit racial bias can shape our beliefs and assumptions, color the way we treat other people, and even help decide what "feels true" for us when it comes to larger social and political issues.The sum total of multiple microaggressions by whites to blacks that has pervasive effect to the stability and peace of this world.