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A lack of knowledge of the purpose and origin of the Ku Klux Klan by negros and blacks have traditionally allowed U.S. of A [private for profit corporation] officials to appear naive and feign [pretend] disassociation to the Ku klux Klan Order. The mutual relationship of the Union States [colonies] and the K.K.K. order is as sound as; and natural as water is being wet.
Non-objective and angry truths mixed with frustration and inaccurate rhetorc from subjugated black/negro (branded Moors) communties, blinds them to the fact that they are not and cannot be citzens of the Unon States Society.
- Moors Order of the Round Table -
Hello Everyone, My name is Michelle Cornwell Jordan one of your hosts, and my co-host Jamie White is also joining me this evening. Tonight we are very happy to have the opportuity to chat with Speculative Fiction Author Arianne "Tex" Thompson!
Arianne "Tex" Thompson is home-grown Texas success story. After earning a bachelor’s degree in history from UT Dallas and a master’s degree in literature from the University of Dallas, she went on to become a community college professor, teaching the fundamentals of English to adults writing below the eighth-grade level. Now a master teacher for academic tutoring and test prep services, as well as the managing editor for the DFW Writers Conference, Tex is a regular feature at high schools, writing conferences, and genre conventions alike.
With her books, a ‘rural fantasy’ novel called One Night in Sixes and Medicine for the Dead,Tex joins the growing ranks of Solaris authors committed to exciting, innovative and inclusive science fiction and fantasy. Find her online at www.thetexfiles.com and on Twitter as @tex_maam
TUC Radio is produced by Maria Gilardin
Maria Gilardin learned radio in the KPFA news department in 1980 and was one of the founders of the women's department. She co-wrote the GATT Guide for the Earth Summit in Rio, was founding producer of the national weekly public-affairs show Making Contact, and is a member of the International Forum on Globalization. Since 1993, Maria has written and produced radio on global trade and great ideas of local resistance to globalization.
About this series: "An Indigenous Peoples' History of the United States"
About the author: Roxanne Dunbar-Ortiz grew up in rural Oklahoma, the daughter of a tenant farmer and part-Indian mother. She holds a Ph.D. in history and is an activist in the international Indigenous movement for more than four decades.
This first part of the program brings you Dunbar-Ortiz' description of North America before invasion, the emergence of the US concept of a chosen people, the development of the role of the US military as a force for genocide that seamlessly transitioned into the US foreign wars, the role of militias, a brief history of AIM, the American Indian Movement, and the consequences of the Gold Rush in California.
During Q&A Dunbar-Ortiz was asked about an earlier book by her. The Great Sioux Nation, published in 1977, came out of the 1974 Wounded Knee trials where Dunbar-Ortiz was an expert witness.
Dunbar-Ortiz is the author or editor of seven other books, including Roots of Resistance: A History of Land Tenure in New Mexico; The Great Sioux Nation; Red Dirt: Growing Up Okie, and Blood on the Border: Memoir of the Contra War. She lives in San Francisco.
I recorded Roxanne Dunbar-Ortiz on Dec. 4, 2014, at Green Apple, one of the last used bookstores in San Francisco. Her book had been published two months earlier.
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Author Debbie McGowan
She is an author and publisher based in a semi-rural corner of Lancashire, England. She writes character-driven, realist fiction, celebrating life, love and relationships. A working class girl, she ‘ran away’ to London at 17, was homeless, unemployed and then homeless again, interspersed with animal rights activism (all legal, honest ;)) and volunteer work as a mental health advocate. At 25, she went back to college to study social science— tough with two toddlers, but they had a ‘stay at home’ dad, so it worked itself out. These days, the toddlers are young women (much to their chagrin), and Debbie teaches undergraduate students, writes novels and runs an independent publishing company, occasionally grabbing an hour of sleep where she can!
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In September 2014, President Obama issued a challenge to cities, towns, counties and tribes across the country to become “MBK (My Brother's Keeper) Communities.” This challenge represents a call to action for all members of our communities, and mayors in particular, as they often sit at the intersection of many of the vital forces and structural components needed to enact sustainable change through policy, programs, and partnerships.
The MBK Community Challenge encourages communities (cities, rural municipalities, and tribal nations) to implement a coherent cradle-to-college-and-career strategy for improving the life outcomes of all young people to ensure that they can reach their full potential, regardless of who they are, where they come from, or the circumstances into which they are born. Nearly 200 mayors, tribal leaders, and county executives across 43 states and the District of Columbia have accepted the MBK Community Challenge.
The six goals of the Challenge were:
Ensuring all children enter school cognitively, physically, socially and emotionally ready
Ensuring all children read at grade level by 3rd grade
Ensuring all youth graduate from high school
Ensuring all youth complete post-secondary education or training
Ensuring all youth out of school are employed
Ensuring all youth remain safe from violent crime
Join in a Conveation that will enlighten you and give you a look of rural living. Call in and Voice your View 347-9545-5229
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Join us - Tuesday, March, 24th, 2015 at 6pm Eastern with our guest Remi Kalacyan, CCDI & BAI of VIP Investigations - Montreal, Quebec, Canada, your host Josh Askew and co-host Billy Madison
“THE HOLISTIC APPROACH TO SURVEILLANCE” -BOSSES PERSPECTIVE
WHAT WILL BE COVERED
Understanding the clients (psychology in order to perform better)
What kind of cases
How to succeed in surveillance (Visualization, proactive, state of mind, impartial and objective)
Doing the proper job
Getting help? Associations
DVD and constant training
Getting the good video
1 or 2 man surveillance
Getting over the 95% of the main problem, which is F.E.A.R. (False Evidence Appearing Real)
Proper practice. Practice makes perfect…….WRONG, perfect practice makes perfect
Dealing with clients…..proper explanation
Always, Always protect yourself
-Started at early age (18) in the field of security and investigation
-Worked as armed guard, taught Senshido (street fighting), and started his business in 1994.
-Started with a law firm as an in-house detective working criminal cases and realized that there is a big request for surveillance.
-Trained in the USA
-Has trained over 50 new investigators
-Has CCDI & BAI
We welcome and encourage our listeners to call in with questions or comments. Our studio number is (646) 668-2693
Kacey Smith is a small town country girl with big music dreams. She is no “stylist’s gimmick!” She was born and raised in a rural Tennessee home, where she developed her singing abilities while she pursued other activities such as riding horses and coon hunting.
Currently Kacey is a full time student majoring in Music Business at Middle Tennessee State University. She has already completed her Associates Degree at Motlow Community College, Lynchburg TN.
She is taking her music abilities to the next level by writing songs, recording in the studio and performing often. In December of 2010, Kacey signed a publishing and management contract with Banner Music of Shelbyville/Nashville. Since that time, Kacey has performed in OK, MO, AR, MS, TX and AL. And for events/venues such as, Jack Daniel’s International BBQ Competition, Texas Songwriter’s Cruise, St. Jude Radio/Cablethon, The Billy Block Show, Nashville Humane’s Dog Days Festival, World Famous Bluebird Café.
From children to the more mature audience member, Kacey’s performances are a hit because she tries to fashion her performance set list to best approach her audience. Whether it is a county fair or a private house concert, the audience finds themselves drawn into Kacey’s show and feels a real connection with her as a person and an artist. Kacey is putting herself out there working toward accomplishing her goals in making a big music dream a reality.
Recorded from a MaiMai somwhere in the king country Tune in to find out mikes thoughts on Duck Shooting and Reloading.
Being born in Rural King Country,MIke grew up in the 70's around the Kuratau region.
At a very young age he was introduced to the pursuits of Fishing and Hunting, both of which he is still mad keen on.
Now in his early 40's (he says) he owns his own business and started Reloading as favours for mates, but as the word soon grew about the results, especially with 12g Steel ammo, He has seen a steady increase in reloading work and would love nothing more than to make it a full time profession.
His wife says he is a perfectionist with all things related to Hunting, and to Mike thats how it should be. No half arsed antics can be tolerated when it comes to the round coming out the muzzle.
His favourite Rifle is a Tikka .243 s/s supressed, even though he still takes his Grand Fathers Marlin .308Win Lever action out for walks every now and then.His 12g is the Berretta A400 Xplore action. When using his own Steel loads the recoil is like shooting Trap ammo.
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Our guest on Metalsmith Benchtalk Thursday, March 19th, 2015 at 3:00 pm PST is Gwynne Rukenbrod Smith, Executive Director of the Society of North American Goldsmiths, or SNAG.
About Gywnne: Gwynne is responsible for all day-to-day operations; supervises all SNAG programs, publications, membership services, conferences and meetings; fundraising and financial management; marketing and promotion.
Most recently, Rukenbrod was the Director of Sales and Marketing at Wholesalecrafts.com as well as the Executive Director of Handmade in America, an organization based in Western North Carolina devoted to developing the economy through craft.
From 2008 -2010, Gwynne was the Curator of Fine Craft at the Houston Center for Contemporary Craft, a non-profit organization founded to advance education about the process, product, and history of craft. She was also the Executive Director of the International Society of Glass Beadmakers, Art Curator for The Works (the Ohio Center for History, Art and Technology), and the Director of the Short North Neighborhood Foundation. She has worked with both rural and urban communities teaching professional development and entrepreneurship workshops across the country.
Gwynne is a member of the Craft Think Tank that convenes annually to provide a platform to explore how craft organizations and makers can work more closely together to further American craft. Gwynne currently serves on various boards including, The Public Art and Cultural Commission with the City of Asheville, The Art Business Institute, and The World Craft Council North America.
In addition to her experience as an executive, Gwynne is also an accomplished glass artist. She will continue to work and live in Asheville, NC.
In 2010, John Marshall needed a change. He was feeling disconnected from his wife and his two teenage kids were lost in cyberspace. In an effort to pull his family back together, John proposed they take a six month trip around the world. Not the sightseeing-hotel-restaurant kind of trip, but a volunteer adventure, working with service organizations in all kinds of interesting projects.
And so, they spent time at an animal sanctuary in the rainforest of Costa Rica, labored on organic farms in New Zealand, taught English in rural Thailand, fell in love with orphans in India, and worked alongside a Buddhist monk high in the Himalayas.
John documents the highs and lows of this family vacation unlike any other in WIDE-OPEN WORLD (Ballantine Books; On Sale 2/10/15)
John Marshall is a nine-time Emmy Award–winning writer, producer, and director. In addition to his work behind the camera, Marshall has been a familiar face on Maine television for more than ten years, writing and hosting numerous weekly TV shows. Wide-Open World is his first book.
The south's history is full of event's where the powers that be are always on the wrong side of history. Slavery was abolished 20 years in the North before it took a war to stop it down south. Electricity most southern rural citizen got electricity years after everyone else did and it took FDR (a Northerner) to get that done. Civil Rights, the south fought tooth and nail and it took Federal troops again to get them to accept (on paper) the terms of equality. Today it is LGBT rights, Health care, Voters Rights (Still), True Free Enterpise, and the War on Drugs. We can't seem to get it? Today's show we will dig deep and ask the questions and get some answers. On the way DSD can.....
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