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Alfonso Cuaron's Gravity has struck a fierce debate amongst critics and audiences alike over its technical accuracy and Oscar chances, but is there a larger, more significant debate that needs to be had? Tim Gordon of the Black Reel Awards calls in to discuss the lack of racial diversity in the science-fiction genre.
Plus, reviews of Academy Award-hopeful Captain Phillips, and the not-so-awards-hopeful Machete Kills!
Join Nicky Dare's exclusive new episode "WE Talk" on "WE Women Empowerment" Diversity, Leadership, Business.
Guest Speaker: Ms. Erica Bristol, Esq.
Ms. Bristol, an attorney and commercial mediator specializing in Intellectual Property (copyright, trademark, trade secret, patent), Business Contracts/Transactions and Commercial/Residential Real Estate-related disputes. She received her law degree from the UCLA School of Law in 1999, and served as corporate in-house counsel for over 11 years. She has been a commercial mediator for over 7 years.
Join me this week for a conversation about racial diversity in philanthropy with Renée B. Branch, director of diversity and inclusive practices for the Council on Foundations.
Ace Lundon, an old friend of Diversity Rules Magazine, joins host Jim Koury to discuss the issues of the day and just to banter about whatever comes to mind. You can find out more about Ace by going to his website at: http://www.acelundon.us.
Join us for this exciting discussion about diversity - a topic that we address here on CaribHR.Radio with the help of Diversity Expert Darlene Slaughter. This topic is one that ranges in importance from one country to the next across the region, and it rarely receives sustained attention.
Until now, that is! Don't miss it.
What is Performance Consulting?
Performance Consulting is a process in which clients and consultants partner to improve workplace performance in support of business goals. Comparing the traditional approach to the performance approach helps to focus on what we want people to do more, better, or differently. In other words, what would you like to see people do that they aren't doing now?
Ms. Denise Patrick is Rod Colon's guest. Ms Patrick has more than 20 years of experience as a project manager, instructor, and corporate trainer with a focus on communication, leadership and diversity & inclusion. Blending her corporate experience in banking and management consulting for companies like Chancellor Capital Management, JP Morgan and Booz Allen Hamilton, with her academic knowledge of rhetoric and corporate communication, Ms. Patrick now works as a business and performance consultant. As a consultant to businesses she partners with businesses to improve business performance through holistic learning and development strategies. As a personal talent development consultant she works with individuals to help them strengthen their skills and confidence in communication and leadership.
Now tonight we will be talking about what Black history and the things that are good and bad about it that we see today. First glance most will think we are trying to be racial that's not the case. Most people think with emotion and not knowlege first so of coarse being who we are we are going to try to bridge some of these American gaps. Tune in from 7pm to 9pm central time be there or be square..
Join us for the latest Planetary Oligarchy episode on Mondays with Janet Kira Lessin, Dr. Sasha Lessin & special guests Reynaldo Duarte and James Clayton, authors of Elementary my dear walid on www.blogtalkradio.com/aquarianradio from 10 to 11 AM, Hawaii Time (1 to 2 PM, Pacific time).
"In this episode of the Planetary Oligarchy we explore the socio-economic consequences of Globalization for the nations of the Third World. Just what exactly is the so called Third World? How has Globalization affected the Third World?
Furthermore, as so many jobs from the United States are exported to the nations of the Third World, quite obviously, this situation is not good for the United States. One must also ask, is it helping the nations of the Third World? Are the people of the Third World really benefiting from the situation?
Finally, what has Globalization done to the cultural diversity that once characterized planet Earth? All of this and more on todays episode of the Planetary Oligarchy. Prepare yourself for some shocking information."
Selling in a Skirt with Judy Hoberman with her guest Carmen Ray & Posy Gering.
Carmen Ray is a noted social entreprenuer and motivator with over 25 years experience in the human services field in direct services and entrepreneurship. An expert communicator and connector of ideas, information, people and services. Achievements and contributions includes work as a Founding and Executive Member of Pinnacle Motivations International - a virtual network marketing company for small and home-based business. Experience includes professional development for family service with an emphasis on family restoration using evidence-based curriculum. Contributing author of "Raising Healthy Children in an Unhealthy World." Experienced facilitator of trauma resolution programs for both men and women involved in domestic violence, Diversity & Women's Issue's Coaching Certification, Professional Women Network. http://www.carmenray-bewell.com/
Posy Gering specializes in building resilience and busting scarcity. She is author of The Next You, Discovering Confidence, Calm and Courage, Now, the critically acclaimed guide to recovering your best self, in just a minute or two. Posy coaches individuals using a unique multi-modality approach, combining assessment, whole systems thinking, somatics, mindfulness, inquiry, accountability, and creativity, firmly rooted in business realities. Her work produces insight and clarity that come from extraordinary thinking and actions that have immediate and long-term impact. Leaders turn to her when they need strategic conversations, effective collaboration, and leadership development. She helps leaders work through the arc of change, from new strategic plan through evolving new leadership capabilities that are needed in the new world to effective communications to support the changes among all stakeholders. http://www.mynextu.com/
Our intentions are pure…
In every moment we begin again, honoring the divine unfolding of life. Simply Grace is a gentle movement of kindness, compassion and love. Mindfully honoring diversity of faith and experience we are manifesting and attracting authentic, beautiful and divinely orchestrated connections heart to heart and soul to soul, co-creating a beautiful community of like minded souls. And in every moment we begin again...
Just Breathe is a retreat for your soul…a beautiful invitation to pause on purpose and connect to your mind, body and spirit. In the space of stillness and guided meditation we honor our self-care needs and set heart centered intentions for the week. This show features a beautiful centering experience offered to gently create awareness and connection to the abundant grace present in our lives.
Meditation is the practice of becoming still, detached from the chatter of our mind. A quiet mind releases dormant energy, increases vitality, strength and clarity…inviting us to be light, creative, joyful and at peace.
Life is messy. It’s how we show up in the mess that matters. The gift of compassionate presence to self allows us to breathe in gratitude and exhale grace, cultivating resiliency and the capacity to be with whatever shows up in the moment.
Our weekly practice is a beautiful divine interruption…connecting to our intentions and spirit for guidance, light and love. What we reach for may be different, but what makes us reach is the same.
This is simply grace...
Live from Spillian in the Catskills, NY with Leigh Melander and Will Pye.
Just Breathe is offered weekly on Monday mornings, 10:00 am EST on Simply Grace Radio, found on Blog Talk Radio.
Visit our Simply Grace Community: www.facebook.com/pauseonpurpose
According to statistics, "There are 43 million African Americans in the United States, 13.7 percent of the total population, the second largest racial minority in the country. The median age is 32 and 47 percent are under 35 years of age.
We are expected to reach a buying power of $1.1 Trillion by 2015, and yet we are the consumers of everything and the owners of nothing. Join us here on the "Know Thyself" Radio Show this Sunday Night with our guest, "Mr. Pleasant Stephens" from "Infinity Building Economics/Black Political Action Committees" (IBE/B-PAC) as he shares with us how to build a manufacturing factory with just $250,000.00, and how we can do it collectively!
IBE/B-PAC mission is to establish the first NATIONAL BLACK OWNED BANK ever in America! It's about Economic Empowerment! IBE/B-PAC focuses on job creation, education, politics, and teaching individuals how to become self sufficient!
You can learn more about IBE/B-PAC by going to www.ibebpac.org
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