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I caught up with Nick Spark and Jessica Cox from Right-Footed.
Born without arms as the result of a severe birth defect, Jessica Cox never allowed herself to believe that she couldn’t accomplish her dreams.
An expert martial artist, college graduate and motivational speaker, Jessica is also the world’s only armless airplane pilot, a mentor, and an advocate for people with disabilities
Directed by Emmy Award winning filmmaker Nick Spark, Right Footed chronicles Jessica’s amazing story of overcoming adversity and follows her over a period of two years as she becomes a mentor for children with disabilities and their families, and a disability rights advocate working in the U.S.A. and abroad.
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Tim Cox loves tatoos and he especially loves doing 3D tatoos for women who have gone through Breast Cancer. Areola are a small circular area, in particular the ring of pigmented skin surrounding a nipple.As a Medical Tattooist Tim Cox does a wide variety of intricate tattooing. scar camouflage, 3-D areola tattoo, collagen induction therapy, Burn scar camouflage, eye liner, eyebrows, lips. He also does high end custom tattooing as well (ie; portraits, photorealism, cover-ups etc.)
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We will start the morning with an extended conversation with Rev. Rafael Cruz joining me live in the studio. Rev. Cruz is a powerful example of the American Dream. Born in Cuba, Rev. Cruzl lived and suffered under a cruel, oppressive dictator. Rev. Cruz is a powerful, sometimes controversial, unapologetic Constitutionalist. Today, he is fighting to make his son (Rafael Edward "Ted" Cruz) President of the United States of America.
VP Joe Biden made his intentions to run for POTUS clear with his announcement he will not run. Who are the winners and losers with this announcement? Does it really make a difference?
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Jason Cox, Director of Business Development for Brightstone Transitions, a young adult program in northern Georgia, joined Lon September 2, 2015 to talk about problems millennials have. Basically, Jason explained, they are so used to interacting with people through a screen that they have trouble developing real relationships. Listen to this podcast where he explained how Brightstone helps their students get control over digital use and works with them to introduce them into the community where they learn how to relate to other people.
Contact: Jason Cox 336-971-3434 email@example.com www.brightstonetransitions.com
Lon Woodbury 208-267-7717 firstname.lastname@example.org www.strugglingteens.com
This is one of a series of short interviews about new developments in the network of private, parent-choice residential schools and programs helping struggling teens and young adults. The guests are innovative leaders in this network. To hear other interviews in this series, click on "Follow" above, or click on The Woodbury Report or www.strugglingteens.com
Jayne D'Alessandro-Cox, author of the "exclusive" book about Thomas Jefferson's early years, entitled THOMAS JEFFERSON-FROM BOY TO MAN, a biographical, autobiographical, and historically accurate account of Jefferson's first 31 years and journey to manhood, an era that has been virtually "in the shadows" The book focuses on his childhood, adolescence, family, friends, boarding schools, college years, romance, law, fire, earthquakes, flood, and more! Written in journal form and supplemented with background text to further inform the reader, it includes 60 photos (many rare) to enhance the readers’ imagination. The smooth flowing style makes for an interesting read for a summer read, book clubs, Jefferson enthusiasts, history buffs, and students of colonial history.To purchase: www.jaynedalessandrocox.com or http://www.amazon.com/-/e/B0034NWVBG -To view the 15-second trailer: http://youtu.be/vh00T-UKjHc.
Rádio Angola (RA): Quais são as razões do bloqueio de contas bancárias das ONGs em Angola? Tivemos o privilégio de entrevistar o coordenador da SOS Habitat, Rafael Morais e o coordenador da OMUNGA, José Patrocínio, para entender sobre o bloqueamento das contas bancárias da SOS Habitat e da OMUNGA. O Banco de Fomento de Angola (BFA) continua a bloquear as contas das duas ONGs sem razões muito claras. Os nossos interlocutores pensam que o BFA deve ter recebido orientações superiores para bloqueiar as contas bancárias. Rafael de Morais nos lembra que o mesmo aconteceu depois do Decreto Presidencial angolano º 74/ 15 de 23 de Março, que restringe a actividade das organizações não-governamenta (ONG).
Os nossos interlocutores tambem partilharam o impacto que essa limitação financeira tem na implementação dos projetos da SOS Habitat e OMUNGA e consequentemente na vida quotidiana dos seus funcionários.
Entrevista conduzida por Florindo Chivucute
Musica de Luaty Beirão "Ikonoklasta"
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