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California Congresswoman Jackie Speier, Democratic, wants to federalize a state law that protects pedophiles. No, that's not the main part of the bill, known in California as SB1172. Speier's bill is designed to prohibit counseling to change a person's sexual orientation. “Sexual orientation change efforts’ means any practices by mental health providers that seek to change an individual’s sexual orientation,” the bill says. Under the bill’s language, a mental health counselor could be sanctioned if there was an attempt to get a pedophile or gay individual to change his behavior, or speak negatively about their behavior as it relates to sexuality.
If a boy has been raped and sodomized by a adult male pedophile, and that boy thinks he may have homosexual tendencies, Jackie Speier, says no, this boy cannot receive conversion therapy. Denying children this counseling ensures that the pedophiles of California will have a constant supply of homosexuals and pedophiles to meet their perverted needs.
Americans, like any other people, would like to see the heads cut off of pedophiles, who rape and sodomize their children.
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Join me with my very special guest
Leah Albright-Byrd Executive Director & Founder of Bridget's Dream. We discuss her passion to combat and help victims of sexual exploitation.
A nationally known survivor-activist, consultant and trainer in the fight against child sex-trafficking. Her strong voice and unwavering commitment to “help victims become survivors and learn to dream again” inspires people to wage war against social injustice.
"The sex-trafficking of children and youth in the United States CAN BE PREVENTED! Together, we must educate, empower, and equip our youth so that they never experience the ravishing effects of sex-trafficking. This is how we prevent!"
"Direct intervention in the lives of those who have been commercially sexually exploited is the first step towards healing & transformation. We reach victims directly and provide crisis care to those looking to escape. This is how we INTERVENE!"
Restoration is a long-term journey that requires discovery of meaning and purpose beyond the ravishing effects of the trauma inflicted through exploitation. Survivors need loving trauma-informed care so that they can experience healing!
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Dr. Julie Helmrich, psychologist from Milwaukee, WI and creator of Shrink n Drink, takes on-air questions and written questions. Written questions are submitted via Messages on the Shrink n Drink Facebook page. Questions are about generally about interpersonal relationships at home and work (spouses & partners, children, co-workers), goal-directed behavior and self-leadership, and clinical issues such as anxiety, depression, and addiction.
The mission of Pan Africa Children Advocacy Watch (PACAW), Inc. is to nurture and develop a different generation of African leaders through the vehicle of ACCESS to a NEW EDUCATION CULTURE AT THE BASIC LEVEL. A type of education that will focus on turning the gaze of the children away from avarice, extortion, selfishness, the vain, and obsession with accumulation of material wealth, and prepare them for leadership that embraces living for a higher purpose.
PACAW will empower these children and young men and women, through education, to subjugate their personal and tribal interests to the interest and well - being of their nations. PACAW is focusing in particular on the education of students in the primary and secondary schools in the neglected and underserved communities in Sub-Sahara Africa. The parents and the local community, including the Parent Teacher Association (PTA), play a central role in charting the course of the future of the children in accordance with their aspirations, and also in the implementation of the objectives of PACAW, Inc. There is strict monitoring and accountability by the PTA, school officials and PACAW, Inc.
The goal is to have a critical mass of a new and different generation of African leaders who will champion de facto development of Africa by Africans. Our hope is that these " NEW " African nations will become productive contributors to the well-being of the human family of nations, and partners with the other developed nations rather than dependents drowning in a culture of chronic beggarliness. PACAW, Inc. believes that intelligence, capability, courage and good character are spread handsomely by OUR CREATOR across all segments of the human race. Thus, with the right type of education, and persistent help from altruistic and visionary mentors, the new leadership in Africa would be able to overcome the Continent's monumental problems.
As we get ready to say goodbye to the lazy days of summer, it's time to turn our attention to the new school year. According to a new back-to-school survey by Accenture, a majority of parents plan to spend more on their children's back-to-school shopping this year, driven by rising costs or necessity rather than greater spending power.
The survey finds that 67% of parents plan to spend between $100 and $500 and 41 percent plan to spend $500 or more for back-to-school shopping this year. One-third of parents spending more plan to increase their spending by $250 or more. Among the reasons given for the spending increase, 71 percent cited higher prices and 56 percent cited increased school requirements. Startling, nearly one in five parents said they will spend more in order to help their children "keep up with their friends."
It's not hard to blow your family budget when it comes to fulfilling the needs (and wants) of our children – particularly when retailers have eye-catching aisles of back-to-school supplies just waiting to picked up by anxious students. On today’s episode of Your Money, Your Matters, we will discuss the importance of planning and budgeting for back-to-school. We’ll offer tips on how to cut costs, and stay on budget.
Your Money. Your Matters is a weekly show broadcasting every Tuesday from 11 a.m. to noon Central Time. The program features radio personalities Linda Webb-Mañon and Rick Grady, Cornerstone Credit Union League; Courtney Moran, Cornerstone Credit Union Foundation, and Todd Mark, Consumer Credit Counseling Services.
Biography of: Bishop Matthew A. Jones, Sr.
Dr. Matthew A. Jones, Sr. was born the 7th child of Mrs. Cecile M. Wheatley and Mr. William E. Jones, Sr. in Springfield, Illinois. He has 12 brothers and sisters; Loretta (deceased), William, Jr (deceased), Michael, Allen, Kevin, Ken (adopted), Lisa, Anthony, Linda, James, Jr (deceased), Lesley, and Mason (adopted). His mother later remarried Mr. James T. Woodson who reared Dr. Jones and his brothers and sisters. He was a baptized member of Union Baptist Church in Springfield under the pastoral leadership of Dr. Rudolph Shoultz for his entire childhood. Dr. Shoultz was a mentor and friend of Dr. Jones until his death in 2000.
Dr. Jones is a 1980 graduate of Lanphier High School in Springfield, Illinois where he graduated with Honors. After graduation he continued his education at Wiley College in Marshall, Texas where he received a Bachelor of Arts degree in 1983, being number 2 in his class. He then attended Garrett-Evangelical Theological Seminary in Evanston, Illinois receiving a Master of Divinity degree in 1986. God directed him to further his studies and he attended Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary in Austin, Texas where he earned a Doctor of Ministry degree in 2000.
During his freshman year at Wiley College, Dr. Jones answered the call of God into the Gospel Ministry.
In the summer of 1999, Dr. Jones met his wife to be, Lisa R. Moshay. They were married June 10, 2000. They have 4 children: Erika Tenisha, Malindiene Elizabeth, Matthew Alfred, Jr., and Kendrick Earl, 1 grandson: Jasiah Dejuan, and 1 granddaughter: JaLeigh Brené. In April 2013 Bishop & First Lady Jones became foster parents to two sisters, Paige and Shelby.
I have a dream...Celebrating Out 50 Years of Jubilee!
Our forefathers and mothers planted trees from which we gather fruit, and dug wells from which we quench our thirst. Cilvil Rights Activist marched for us, died for us and pleaded for our equality.
So what are we leaving behind for our communities today? What are we fostering in the minds of our Black children? How will we strengthen our famillies and our communities?
Fifty years ago, Dr. King's "I Have a Dream..." Speech debuted in Detroit and transformed a nation. Today, we Celebrate our Jubilee and join in that movement of teaching us all to evolve in our beliefs, values and purpose for elevation of our consciousness into the greatness that lies in the Human Spirit.
Our ancesters from Africa knew the power of connection to the Divine, and honoring the human-ness in each other. I invite you to remember the greatness of our people, and let's have conversations that inspires us all to take action to "Heal what's hurting our Black Community."
We are powerful, and we rise!
Happy Tuesday Blogtalk Listeners,
In the age of Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Google+, Pinterest and so on, many people start grassroot campaigns and use "social media" to get the word out.
While the use of social media, helped our president get elected, is social media activism real?
Trust me, I've emailed or signed online petitions too. Sent money to groups, but I have never gone face to face,door to door, out in the community to reach the people. Many of us stay hidden behind our computers believing that we are helping. Are we?
Come and Pour the T with Me today about "Social Media Activism" Does it help or hurt?
Tune in today at 11:30am. The number to call in is: 347-633-9497
Listen to the Stories for Children Show Monday July 28, 2014 at 6pm Eastern - 5pm Central - 4pm Mountain - 3pm Pacific for a special on Summer Reading Programs and Book Clubs. Mom's Choice & Award-winning Author Virginia S Grenier will be talking about the importance of children and teens reading through the summer months.
Our guest today is Rebecca Kelley, the National Director of Achievement Gap Initiatives of the YMCA. During 12 years with the YMCA of Greater Cincinnati, Rebecca co-led a multi-sector community team that developed the award-winning Cincinnati Community Learning Center initiative and academic enrichment programs, including CincyAfterSchool, a 2013 nominee for National Summer Learning Association’s Award of Excellence. Through school-community partnership, Cincinnati produced a rise in graduation rates during the past decade from 50 percent to 82 percent, and a reduction in the achievement gap from 14.5 percent to 4.5 percent. Prior to joining the YMCA, Rebecca served as the director of knowledge and innovation for Strive’s National Network at the KnowledgeWorks Foundation, she supported more than 90 cradle to career collective impact initiatives.
Grenier, with her guest Rebecca Kelley, hope to not only share their love of the written word, but also what makes a good book for young readers and much more.
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We're wrapping up our Thrillerfest month with our very own show host! Back Porch Writer host and author, Kori D. Miller discusses the creation of her book, Deadly Sins: A Dezeray Jackson Mini-Series.
Kori began publishing her essays and short stories in 2007. Since then, she's published two books. The first, My life in black and white: A book of experiences, and then Deadly Sins. She enjoys writing essays about everyday life experiences as a non-white woman in America, but also loves escapism. Chalk that up to her Gemini nature! Ms. Miller writes mysteries for middle grade and adult readers, and general ficton for children.
When she isn't writing, or thinking about writing, Kori spends time with her family, and is the owner of The Tea Trove.
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Blessed is Our Creator!!! Shalom and Brocha Blessed Souls!!! We plan with Hashem's Help to broadcast live on 7/29/14 starting at 10:00 AM Eastern Standard Time from Turtle Island=AKA=USA=Unifying Souls Actually. Program contect will be reading from Alan W. Cecil's Secular By Design: A Philosophy of Noahide Laws and Observances starting from Part One: Overview page 31. As well, we hope to spice up the program with comments coming from time to time and especially seasoned with your calling in at 347-838-8669. I pray you make the wise decision to purchase Cecil's work via the following link: http://www.goodreads.com/book/show/18126658-secular-by-design To prepare you for the program the following questions may be asked in order to lubricate your blessed mind to grow stronger in it's attachment to your Divine Image: 1. Is there a difference between the Torah of Israel perspective of man's creation and the Christian interpretation? 2. What did the Oral Torah Tradition of Israel teach concerning how many generations existed before primordial original man? 3. What do Western Culture intellectuals by and large ignore? 4. Who may have been remembered as much as Galileo, Newton and Darwin are today- if they had been given the chance to freely share their views with the Human Family Experience? 5. What did Richard Dawkins dwell on which was already known four centuries before? 6. What is considered non-academic? Meanwhile, may the Eternal Creator Bless you and your loved ones peacefully and pleasantly!!!
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