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Interview with George W. Doherty
Topics of conversation:
Mental health, crisis, stress and cross-cultural variables in rural areas Culture and Rurality Disaster and Crisis Impacts in Rural Areas Rural medical doctors, medical staff, and mental health professionals Changes needed in rural communities Aftercare of first responders Crisis In The American Heartland: Disasters & Mental Health in Rural Environments: An Introduction (Volume 1) George W. Doherty, MS, LPC
Rocky Mountain DMH Institute Press (2011)
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We want to thank Ebonie Trice for being a Special Guest on the Talk Show Uplifting Communities..Ebonie is the CEO and Founder of Mission Accomplished...A Nonprofit Organization that help people in the Greater Austin Tx Area..She will be discussing her involvement in help people get to the next level..You don't want to miss this Talk Show..She will be telling how you can do great work in your community..Their is lots of work to be done..Host Author John L Brown Co-Host Jacquie Allen Better know as "Ms Jai"..Call in # 607 203 5336.press one (1) to join us..3pm PST 5pmCST 6pm EST..TOGETHER WE CAN MAKE A DIFFERENT!!
Tonight how is the transportation issues to the hospital destructive to the BLACK COMMUNITY. Is there in fact a need for The Black Panther Party's People's Free Ambulance Service which provides free, rapid transportation for sick or injured people without time-consuming checks into the patients' financial status or means. Adequate ambulance service has long been a problem in Black communities
across this country. Hospitals either blanketly refuse to send their ambulances into Black communities or charge exorbitant prices if they do offer the service.
The People's Free Ambulance Service operates with at least one ambulance on a twenty-four-hour emergency basis, and from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. on a nonemergency or convalescent basis. The services provided by this survival program are totally free. People are transported to and from the hospital doctor'so hospital a modern comfortable ambulance by courteous, efficient and knowledgeable attendants.
The number of ambulances and other necessary equipment will vary with the size ofthe city to be serviced, but at least three to four ambulances should be used in large metropolitan areas with sizable Black communities.
Ambulances should contain oxygen equipment for those patients who may need it en route to the hospital; other health supplies such as first-aid kits; and most important, dispatch radio equipment so that the ambulance drivers can be in constant communication with headquarters. 1be radio equipment should be of the highest possible quality so that it will have minimal mechanical failures.
One or more nonemergency vehicles are used to transport the convalescent to the doctor; clinic, or hospital.
KB AND THE REVOLUTIONARY RYDERS hit the airwaves in a Nat Turner state of mind. Black America is lost We don't understand our rights,we don't own enough of anything to have any real economic power and our communities are some of the worst in this country. With all the problems that we have we still lack the solidarity to get back on the right track and ensure a bright future for our kids. We must decide whether we want to depend on the white man and his system or build a strong black nation that does for self. The question is to assimilate or not to assimilate.. Some of us have already begun the process of whitewashing ourselves and becoming reflections of the oppressor. If we decide to fully abandon our blackness and become what they tell us to be, would our quality of life suddenly change for the better? Despite the fact that there are many of us who already consider themselves uber negros who don't see race or racism the fact is that white America still hates you. Join us tonight as we discuss whether or not we should "clean up" our act and just forget about being black and just be good fashioned red blooded Americans Why is it important to hold on to our culture? How can get rid of the self hate that has become an epidemic for our people? Why is Sherriff Clarke still wearing that dumbass hat?
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Our Broadcast today will focus on an update of what is going on in our communities to bring about change that serves the needs of all and not just the wealthy.The recent announcement that the Village will be giving away - FREE OF CHARGE- 14 parking lots to a developer serves as reason enough to open an investigation... In 2007 Urban America offered to pay $750,000 per acre for the parking lots. At that rate in today's market, the lots and the parking garage would come to $34 million dollar giveaway.
People make the world go around. That's a fact. Without people, we really would be a 'pale blue ball’ like Sagan once said. How we interact with each other helps to build families, communities, and cultures. All this month on the Parker J Cole show, we will be discussing relationships -- from husband and wives to friends and siblings. Each week, our commentary will focus on particular aspect of the relational wheel.
This week on the show, we'll be discussing the dynamics of the parent child relatonship. The modern take on family has changed drastically. Blended families, grandparents raising grandchildren, single parenthood -- they now make a percentage of familes once dominated by a mother, father, and children all naturally born to each other.
What does the Bible say about the parent -- child relationship? How do we work under this modern dynamic? Join me for an insightful discussion with Minster Yvette Allen Tatum as we expand on this topic. Call in at 646-668-8485, press 1 to be live on air. Or, you can download the Stitcher app and follow us there. Click on the link here: http://tobtr.com/8297983. Tune in!
We shall never stop looking Ray!
One year ago this month on the 15th, was the last day we saw our love one, Raymond Collins Jr. God has not had the last say, so we will as family, love ones, friends and volunteers go out into the streets of Compton, Long Beach,Gardena, downtown L. A. and surrounding cities, to remind everyone, that we are still looking and gathering info about our son.If you would like to participate as we go door to door passing out flyers and retracing our steps and letting the communities know, we are STILL ON A MISSION. For unity we are asking all that will, to wear white T-shirts on Saturday, February 13th @ 8 ' o clock a.m. In the city of Compton @ the sheriff dept. on Willow brook Ave.I will have flyers for everyone, and whatever time and grounds you cover will be greatly appreciated. In advance, words can 't truly express our gratitude, but just know, we love you with the Love of God. Please contact me thru FB if you will be with us. Thank You. Mrs. Annie Collins.
THE N.O.W. NETWORK
I'm talking about "networking." Sure, I've been hearing all about networking for years. I've even used the word myself!
But when you get down to it, networking is cold, sterile… And it seems self-serving: one person trying to form a web of contacts whose sole purpose is to do something for him.
That's not how I want to do business.
. I think of it as "What can we do for each other and each other's communities?" instead of "What can you do for me?"
When I focus on these goals, deals follow. And when a deal is made between two people (notice I did not say two businesses) who have connected - as opposed to "networked" - money usually follows.
Making a connection does require a bit more "work" than simply shoving your business card at a potential client. But the extra money you can make and the new opportunities you can open up to your community are well worth the extra effort.
There was no "Hi, how are you?" Nice to see you again." Or even "How are your children?" It was just the typical "WIIFM" approach
My first thought was - do you really think this kind of behavior is conducive to me wanting to do business with you? But what I said was, "Yes, Sue, I received the email on Thursday. I left for LA (this event) on Monday. I was planning on returning your email later in the week."
This is a wonderful example of why many people do not end up with business from networking events. They have not mastered event etiquette. Nor have they discovered the best way to make lasting connections.
People who should listen to this show are entrepreneurs, career coaches,
A recap and discussion of weekly social, political, business, and educational news and various topics from social media and the news.
Week 2's topics:
* Superbowl 50 Half-time Show
* Flint, Michigan
* HR 3016 - Amendment to Title 38
* Tax Season and Investing
* Division & Conquer of Communities
Rose of Sharon Faith Ministries is the ultimate Christian Community Center. It is a place to worship, relax, and do business for people from all denominations and backgrounds in one exquisitely beautiful, convenient location. This Christian Community Center is a visionary project that entails creating an atmosphere of oneness while seeing to the corporate needs of the people.
Our goal is to uplift and unify communities around the world while providing valuable market resources; becoming a one-stop shop for all your spiritual needs.
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While most conscious and intellectual leaders in our community spend time rehashing our problems very few can hold a strong conversation about effective solutions to those problems. On tonight's show we will be discussing solutions that can get directly to the heart of our biggest problems by creating economic development opportunities that can be accessed and sustained by the average members of our communities. We will be joined in our discussion by Perry Ealim, an expert business developer and various individuals who have successful experience using the strategies we will be discussing. The goal of this show is to prepare our listeners to utilize these skills immediately in order to rebuild our business community. Looking forward! February 12, 2016 at 9 pm Eastern On BlogTalkRadio.