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Brad Harker is an author, speaker, influence expert, adjunct professor, and consultant. His creativity and passion for problem solving has fueled a robust entrepreneurial background that includes the creation of several companies and more than a quarter-billion dollars in sales.
Brad’s published book, The Laws of Influence - Mastering the Art of Sales, Leadership, and Change has become the platform of his consulting company, FoundersInc.com. Brad actively consults with professionals and organizations in the disciplines of sales, leadership, and influence.
Brad will be speaking about the power of influence in dating and relationships.
Join Kyle, D' Professor and Barry as they discuss the New Orleans Saints Training Camp Battles and Junior Galette's Departure and Impact from the team.
The Saints' veterans will report on July 29th to The Greenbrier in West Virginia.
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This is Andre Traversa, host of the Andre Controversa show at www.blogtalkradio.com/andrecontroversa, also linked at www.libertarianrepublican.net.
Tonight's topic will be the SCOTUS same sex marriage ruling, with four guests weighing in on the issue.
As usual, conservatives were more willing to go on the air than liberals, but I did manage to get one moderate/liberal voice to join our panel discussion.
His name is Christopher Hale, and he is with Catholics in Alliance for the Common Good.
They have what they call a more "nuanced," approach to the ruling.
Also joining us is Travis Webber, religious freedom specialist at the Family Research Council, who will share his concerns about the ruling's potential impact on religious liberty.
The legal angle will come from Ken Connelly, legal counsel with the Alliance Defending Freedom.
And last but not least, we will be jointed by the brilliant economics professor Jennifer Roback Morse, founder of the Ruth Institute, who will make her case for a libertarian defense of heterosexual marriage.
The show begins at 9-00 p.m. CT, and we're set up to run for two hours; but we may end the show early; I just don't want to be cut off the air right after the first 60 minutes.
I may add a few surprise guests at the last minute as well.
Please feel free to call in at 914-803-4350, and tune in at 9-00 p.m. Ct for another exercise in Controversa controversy.
Talk to you later,
Join us tonight as we salute our brothers in the struggle, the revolutionaries, the freedom fighters.Men who spoke truth to power and stood up black people in america and throughout the world.Lets the legacy of these men and pay homage to our great black men. Tune-in @ 8pm est / 5pm pst on www.blogtalkradio.com/mindzmatter call in no # 347.633.9644. Peace
Amy Beth welcomes attorney and Love’s Promises : How Formal and Informal Contracts Shape All Kinds of Families author Martha Ertman for a conversation about the political and social fall-out of the Supreme Court’s ruling on same-sex marriage. Using her own personal experience as a member of what she calls a Plan B family: with two moms and one dad raising a child, and her expertise as a law professor, Ertman offers unique insights into our rapidly and ever changing cultural landscape.
And the usual hoopla: Free flow Pop Culture convo, Inspiration to Action shout-outs, humor, music and more!
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What constitutes a ‘good death’? How and where are people dying? Are the needs of the dying being met? How can we advocate for a “good death”? Considering we are all going to die and lose loved ones at some point in time in our journey through life, these are all important questions to explore. Recently there has been an increased emphasis on the importance of addressing healthcare disparities in end of life care. This increased emphasis is mostly as a result of a bountiful of research on how dying patients are invisible in many acute healthcare settings in the United States and are victims of healthcare disparities. That is, certain groups receive lower quality of care than others. Worse than being a dying patient, is being a dying patient who is perceived by medical personnel as belonging to a different race, culture or ethnicity. These biases that lead to disparate treatment are often present at a subconscious level.
Dr. Jacqueline N. Font-Guzmán is associate professor at the Werner Institute at Creighton University. She is a certified mediator and arbitrator by the Puerto Rico Supreme Court. She is a Fulbright Scholar who has actively participated in the field of conflict studies through national and international conferences and workshops, and has conducted a wide variety of trainings and seminars in the field.
Dr. Font-Guzmán conducts qualitative research with a focus on the fields of healthcare disparities, law, and conflict engagement. Specifically, how people construct meaning at critical points in their lives about their identity (e.g., professional and community), reflective learning/practice, and end of life to explore the manners in which meaning-making leads them to productively engage with conflict. She also explores how marginalized individuals create alternate stories and counter-narratives to address institutional injustices.
Johnnie Walker began her career as a country music radio personality. She later segued to Black radio holding numerous positions, and in 1989 she joined Def Jam Recordings as a regional marketing rep. Within one year Walker was promoted to National Director of Promotion. The Sr. National Director position soon followed and positioned Walker to be instrumental in launching the careers of Redman, Method Man, Onyx, Montell Jordan, Ashanti, Sisqo and Foxy Brown!
Making the move to New York City in 1997, Walker was named Vice President of Promotion for Def Jam. A year later, after restructuring the company’s promotions department and its field staff, Walker was named Sr. Vice President. During her tenure, her team successfully marketed Def Comedy Jam, Phat Farm clothing, Russell Simmons' co-produced movies, "The Nutty Professor,” Jackie Chan’s “Rush Hour 1 and 2” plus several #1 Gold and Platinum albums from Jay-Z, Sisqo, Kelly Price, Ashanti, Ja Rule, DMX, LL Cool J, Musiq, Dru Hill and others.
After 15 years of tenure at Def Jam Recordings, Walker resigned and moved to Los Angeles where she was named Head of Black Music for DreamWorks Records. Known affectionately as Ms Johnnie Walker ... in 2009 Walker assumed her current position with the City of Memphis.
Murray “Jay” Farr was appointed Chief of Police in May 2015. Prior to his appointment, Jay served in the Arlington County Police Department (ACPD) for 23 years, where he served in a variety of positions, including assignments as Acting Police Chief, Deputy Chief of Police for Systems Management, Operations, and Criminal Investigations. He has also served as Arlington County Acting Deputy County Manager. Jay is also a U.S. Marine veteran, where he served with the Presidential helicopter unit. Jay earned Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees from George Mason University and he has undertaken study in a number of educational programs, including the Naval Post Graduate School CDHS, FBI National Academy, Leadership Arlington and Senior Institute for Police Management – Boston College in conjunction with John F. Kennedy School of Business Management, Harvard University. He is Adjunct Professor at George Mason University, where he teaches a curriculum of criminal justice and emergency management for law enforcement.
Ms. Karen Nightengale currently serves as President of the NAACP Arlington Branch. Prior to her election in December 2014, she served as first vice president of the Arlington branch of the NAACP for five years. Ms. Nightengale succeeded Mr. Elmer L.H. Lowe, Sr., who served as branch president since 2008. The Arlington branch of the NAACP was founded in 1940 and its members meet on the third Monday of each month at 7 p.m. at Walter Reed Community Center. From the ballot box to the classroom, the thousands of dedicated workers, organizers, leaders and members who make up the NAACP continue to fight for social justice for all Americans. This should be a very rewarding conversation all listeners.
Source Nation! Join us tonight at 6 for Sports Tuesday with Host Steve Manderson.
6:15- Leslie A. Heaphy
Leslie is an Assoc. History Professor at Kent State University since 1995. She wrote/edited four books on the Negro Leagues and Women's baseball starting with The Negro Leagues. A member of the Society for American Baseball Research and elected to the board of directors in 2010.
7:15- Matt Rothenberg
Join us at 7:15, as Steve welcomes Sports Writer of, Breaking Baseball Barriers: From One Robinson To Another, Matt Rothenberg into the studio to discuss, The History of Hall Of Famer, Frank Robinson.
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Join us this week on Christian Devotions SPEAK UP! where Scott will be joined by savvy writers Saundra Dalton-Smith and Debra Coleman Jeter.
Dr. Saundra Dalton-Smith is a board certified internal medicine physician. She shares with audiences nationwide on the topics of eliminating limiting emotions, finding grace in difficult places, and experiencing personal renewal by drawing near to God. Dr. Dalton-Smith is a national and international media resource on the mind, body, spirit connection and has been featured in Women's Day, Redbook, and First for Women magazine. She is the founder of I Choose My Best Life. Her other books include award-winning Set Free to Live Free: Breaking Through the 7 Lies Women Tell Themselves and most recently from Lighthouse Publishing of the Carolinas, Come Empty.
A Vanderbilt University professor, Debra Coleman Jeter has published fiction and nonfiction in popular magazines, including Working Woman, New Woman, Self, Home Life, Savvy, Christian Woman, and American Baby. Her story, Recovery, won first prize in a Christian women’s short story competition, and her nonfiction book Pshaw, It’s Me Grandson: Tales of a Young Actor was a finalist in the 2007 USA Book News Awards. She is a co-writer of the screenplay for Jess + Moss, a feature film which premiered in 2011 at the Sundance Film Festival, screened at nearly forty film festivals around the world, and captured several international awards. She lives in Clarksville, Tennessee, with her husband, where she’s releasing her newest book, The Ticket.
Alzheimer's Speaks Radio has representatives from the play "Cracked." Sherry Dupuis is a co-Lead researcher of the Partnerships in Dementia Care Alliance and a Professor in the Department of Recreation and Leisure Studies at the University of Waterloo; Julia Gray a Toronto-based theatre director, playwright, and choreographer with a particular interest in creating new, collaboratively-developed theatre in applied settings and Mary Ellen MacLean who works across the country performing, directing, and teaching theatre. View a video about the play here.
Email Sherry Dupuis or Julia Gray for more information about Cracked
The second half we will be talking with Jytte Lokvig from New Mexico and Carole Larkin in Texas. Both are key people in the Memory/Alzheimer's Cafe movement. Come with questions and comments. We'd love to talk with you. Contact Jytte Lokvig or Carole Larkin
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