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  • 00:09

    Sandy Hook Elementary...A Moment of Prayer Tribute

    in Lifestyle

    Across the nation many are hurting and grieving for the victims of the Sandy Hook Elementary shooting. Gun control, profiling the killer and his family issues have been the topic of many host.
    This episode is for expressing prayer and covering for those who lost their child or their relative in this tragedy.
    Pray with us.

  • 00:33

    The Goddess Show Remembers: Sandy Hook Elementary

    in Moms and Family

    The inaugural show of The Goddess Show remembers the individuals who lost their lives at Sandy Hook Elementary. A short memorial in honor of the families of Newtown, CT and their loved ones.
    Typically The Goddess Show is focused on positive, powerful, compelling conversations. However, I will not be hosting our typical format today in the wake of the Sandy Hook Elementary School tragedy in Newtown CT.
    For those of you tuning in this morning after the tragic events of last week, know we are all seeking to understand how such an event could take place.
    This episode remembers
    Charlotte Bacon Daniel Barden Rachel D'Avino Olivia Engel Josephine Gay Dylan Hockley Dawn Lafferty Hochsprung Madeleine Hsu Catherine V. Hubbard Chase Kowalski Jesse Lewis Ana Marquez-Greene James Mattioli Grace McDonnell Anne Marie Murphy Emilie Parker Jack Pinto Noah Pozner Caroline Previdi Jessica Rekos Avielle Richman Lauren Rousseau Mary Sherlach Victoria Soto Benjamin Wheeler Allison N. Wyatt Nancy Lanza I do believe the shots that rang out in the corridors of Sandy Hook will become the shots that were heard around the world. The events that transpired leading up to the horrific act of violence in Newtown, CT impacts all of us, globally. Right now, however, I just want to focus on honoring the victims and the heroes of the Sandy Hook, Elementary School shooting.
     

  • 00:26

    Musical tribute to Sandy Hook elementary school victims..

    in Music

    In this episode Rasheeal "Ra Blaze" Dixon will pay his repsects, and play a musical tribute to the innocent children that were recently killed @ The Sandy Hook elemtary school in Newtown, Connecticut. Rasheeal "Ra Blaze" Dixon is the author of "How to overcome fear, and start living fearless," "Broken Dreams, How quick life can change," and "5 steps to manifest a great idea." To book Rasheeal "Ra Blaze" Dixon to speak @ your next event; you can contact him @ RasheealDixonBooking@Gmail.com 

  • 01:05

    Super Soul Sunday After Show-Sandy Hook Elementary School

    in Self Help

    Today’s Super Soul Sunday After Show – One year after Sandy Hook Elementary School Shooting – how the Wheelers are coping with their tragic loss and share their story of courage, strength and love. Join us in this special after-show right here on Blog Talk Radio and hear co-hosts Claudette Chenevert, Joel Readence, and Jennifer Kottler discuss the profound impact of this soul-shaking show.


    Claudette Chenevert, known as "The Stepmom Coach" provides advice, support and guidance to married women who are trying to navigate their roles as instant moms, wife and career woman. She is the author of a very popular minibuk called “Words of Hope, Inspiration and Wisdom for Stepmoms”. Along with 1-1 coaching, Claudette has several online programs for the busy mom. For more on how to transition from Surviving to THRIVING, one STEP at a time, go to http://www.stepmomcoach.com.


    Joel Readence is a Personal Development Coach working with gay men, and others, in areas such as life purpose, relationships, career fulfillment, spirituality and personal identity. Through individual and group coaching, he partners with his clients to overcome fear of success, failure and judgment by others to help them identify their dreams and reach their full, self-expressed potential. Joel is a regular co-host on the Life Coach Radio Show offering his listeners professional coaching advice that impacts many areas of their lives. http://JoelReadence.com


    Reverend Jennifer Hope Kottler is a long time advocate, community organizer, speaker, writer, retreat leader, pastor and coach. She is the founder of Spiritual Energy Engagement and Direction (SEED), a ministry that allows her to do everything she loves most in the world. She currently blogs on Shifting the Script www.seedspiritualcoaching.com as well as at Femin(m)ystic, http://themissilent.wordpress.com. 

  • 02:00

    Dealing with the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting.

    in Politics

    WillRobertsWeeklyTelegram.com Line-up for December 20 
     
      The Interview: This week on the WillRobertsWeeklyTelegram.com radio show we will be dealing with the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting.   This week on the WillRobertsWeeklyTelegram.com radio show we will be dealing with the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting. I wanted to bring together a group of my own people (gun trainers, gun spinners, cowboy performers to talk about this issue.   Guests:  David Nash a NRA Training Counselor Joey Dillon a hollywood movie gun coach. Jonathan Mincks an actor, stuntman, showman and weapons specialist. Armand Thomas - Picture This! Kids around the world and guns.  
    WillRobertsWeeklyTelegram.com

  • 00:31

    Franklin High School Stabbings and Sandy Hook Elementary School Shooting charts

    in Spirituality

    Astrologers Leslie Hale and Astrologer-nyc will discuss the astrology of  the  stabbings at Franklin High School and compare to Sandy Hook Elementary charts.


     


    Article: Stabbing rampage at PA school: astrological chart


     


     


    Intro music: "In The West" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
     Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0
     http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/

  • 00:46

    What Makes Schools Safe?

    in Education

    It has been more than two years since the tragic school shooting at the Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Connecticut.  This tragedy caused New Jersey school districts to analyze their own school security policies and procedures.  NJSBA formed a School Security Task Force, which studied the issue intensely.  While there are no one-size-fits-all answers to school security, there are important findings and recommendations that all school districts can use.  Please join host Ray Pinney as he discusses the task force’s findings with its two co-chairs, Donald Webster Jr. and Raymond Wiss, along with task force member Brandon Pugh.

  • 00:29

    Interview with Author, Keba Cairo

    in Entertainment

    Keba Cairo is an extraordinary mom, a generous giver, and a dedicated advocate for safety. She has spent over 10 years working to educate and inform communities across the tri-state area about various safety topics. Keba has practiced her passion for education, community outreach and marketing for some of New York City’s top agencies, including: NYC Department of Health and Mental Hygiene (DOHMH), and the Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA).

    After her son’s negative reaction to seeing news reports of the tragic shooting at Sandy Hook elementary school, Keba saw an education opportunity. Emphasizing the importance of her son’s voice, Keba encouraged him of “speaking out” against things that seemed suspicious or dangerous. Keba didn’t stop by teaching her own kids about safety, she then published a children’s book entitled: Don’t Snooze On Clues! (2014), which encourages ALL children to “speak out.” The book is a fun and easy way for educators and parents alike to start what can be considered a “difficult” conversation on safety.

    Keba has shifted her career focus full-time to protecting the welfare of children across the country. She visits schools, camps, libraries, and after-school programs encouraging and teaching children the book’s theme (and New York City’s slogan) “If you see something, say something.”
      
    Keba Cairo lives in the New York City area with her two amazing children and husband. A big part of Keba’s life is her service work, in addition to, regularly devoting her time to various organizations and charities, Keba continues to work diligently to promote violence prevention to children across the country. Visit www.dontsnoozeonclues.com for more information.

  • 02:22

    The Rob Black Show

    in Politics Progressive

    IS AMERICA BEING DRAWN INTO ANOTHER IRAQ WAR? ROB DRAWS PARALLELS BETWEEN THE WALMART SHOOTER IN NORTH DAKOTA AND THE SUSPECTED TERRORIST KILLED IN BOSTON.


     


    ALSO, ROB DISCUSSES THE RECENT LION ATTACK WHERE A WOMAN WAS KILLED.


     


    PLUS, THE BEATING OF FLOYD DENT BY POLICE OFFICER WILLIAM MELENDEZ AND THE MICHIGAN TAXPAYERS ON THE HOOK FOR THE SETTLEMENT.

  • 00:55

    Let's Coach! with Mark and Carolyn

    in Motivation

    Let’s Coach with Mark and Carolyn, Wednesday, June 3, 2015, Noon EST


    Just Imagine


    Just imagine – at risk young people with few prospects suddenly presented with the chance to go to camp.  That was Abby Sondak’s dream.  Working in Washington DC’s inner city public schools, she saw plenty of kids with limited opportunities.  Abby decided to do something about it.  She started her own non-profit to send kids to camp so that they could enjoy the same carefree and enjoyable summer fun that she experienced.  Starting with two campers in 2011, Abby decided to create her own non-profit, Just Imagine.  Her campers have flourished and the organization has grown.


    Just Imagine was incorporated in 2012 with the goal of being able to provide as many wonderful D.C. Public and Charter school students with the summer experience of a lifetime. With the help from friends, family, camps and other supporters, nine students were able to attend sleep away camp that summer.  That grew to 14 camp scholarships for the summer of 2013 and 22 students with scholarships in 2014. This summer, 45 children will receive scholarships to camp. 


    Abby Sondak graduated from the University of Maryland in 2009, and began working for a non-profit organization called Playworks. During her time with Playworks, she worked in inner city public schools in Washington DC, creating a safe, inclusive environment for children to play with one another. Following her time with Playworks, she was hired as a PE Teacher at E.W. Stokes Public Charter School in NE DC. She completed a Masters in Elementary Education in May, and has recently been hired as the Development and Communications Manager at Stokes.


    Join Mark and Carolyn, as we hear Abby’s inspiring story.  She’ll tell us how her desire to meet student’s dreams resulted in a non-profit that touches the lives of at risk kids.

  • 01:31

    Interview With Sandy Peckinpah - Part II

    in Writing

    Sandy Peckinpah is a fiery redhead who never gave up. She mentors women through those great big life challenges to find meaning and purpose in the next chapter. She is an award-winning author, a lifestyle mentor, writing coach, and a Certified Grief Recovery Specialist® with the Grief Recovery Institute in Los Angeles.


    She discovered the power in storytelling when she wrote her first book after her daughter was born with a facial defect. Rosey…the Imperfect Angel was a magical fairy tale that focused on the beauty of imperfection. It was recorded as a CD, and starred actress, Melissa Gilbert (best known for Little House on the Prairie It made it all the way to the Grammy Ballot in 2009.


    Her newest book, How to Survive the Worst that can Happen - a Parent’s Guide to Healing After the Loss of a Child is based on her own insight and experiences in the tragic loss of her 16 year old son. The book recently won several awards including the Pinnacle Book Award, The New York Book Festival Award, The USA Book News Award, The London Book Festival Award, and the Readers Favorite Award.


    Sandy’s website and blog focuses on resilience and transformation no matter what the challenge.  She encourages women to define the next act of their lives using their past life story as a stepping stone to transforming the next act with passion, purpose, and possibility.


    Website and Blog: www.SandyPeckinpah.com


    Facebook: Sandy Peckinpah


    Twitter: @SandyPeckinpah

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