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347-989-8509 at 6pm this Friday- Discussion/ Interview with Mr. Sterling Brown.-http://sterlinglbrown.com/
running for Jackson County Legislator District 2 in the up and coming November Elections.
Sharing Current Events Topics, Spoken Word, and Music -Using Social Networking- Local, National and International. Live Discussions/ Interviews Call in Live at 6pm-(347)989-8509
Live and direct from the pulse of the US in the Digital Underground with an Afrikan Centered perspective. Or listen and chat online With Live Field Correspondents To be a guest or host call: 816-304-7240 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
I was able to contact Rick Ross, who is coming to Kansas City to launch his new Book Rick Ross the Untold Autobiography, and promoting the Freeway Literacy Foundation. He is an Activist, Philanthropist and Inspirational Speaker. Our featured guest is coming to Kansas City August Thursday, 14th - Aug, 16th sponsored by EMWOT, KINGPEN COALITION, and BTC Building Brighter Futures -for their special event: THE TRANSFORMATION: A Discussion on the evolution of crime and the effect on entrepreneurialism- on August 14th at 1pm-3pm. You can find our Schedule for this 3 day event, on Facebook social Network, Twitter and Google. Hostess: Nuta Beqsu. *** This is a Live Community Call in Show! Lock this number into you phones! 347-989-8509 or listen online at: https://www.facebook.com/groups/Community.Activist.KC/permalink/830788350272602/
the spiritual anaylisis of the distruction of the Indigo KRST Sun Michael Brown and the connections with KRST Heru. Ka-Ra-Sa-Ta... Amen Par Ankh By Nuta Beqsu Moses Amen-Ra
Wishful thinking isn't a communications strategy. This is RossTalk for the week of August 25, 2014. In RossTalk, strategic communications consultant Gary M. Ross takes a 90-second look at issues in the news and how they relate to best practices in communications. New episodes are usually posted on Mondays. www.garymross.com @garyrosschicago
Call of the Wild, Short Track Racing's yet-to-be award winning internet radio show, kicks off another season of circle track coverage, reviews, and upcoming events. Join Jason Seltzer and Ben Raber as we break down the 2014 season at local tracks around the Indiana/Michigan area.
Author, Leader, Pastor Sherlene McClary-The Apostle dwelves into a subject which many have tip-toed around. Depression, it truly is "The Silent Killer"
In light of the recent suicide of Actor Robin Williams, Walking In Power has invited Pastor Sherlene McClary to shed some light on the numerous facets of depression.
Depression truly is, "The Silent Killer", which screams so silently and cries with an inaudible sound, that few hear..
SHOW NOTES: In our HELP! SITUATION SPOTLIGHT™ series, we shine the light on challenges that community members have shared. This episode is, “I am being subjected to ‘The Silent Treatment’ from someone. How do I handle it?”
This is a challenging subject as many of us would prefer to remain silent about “the silent treatment” (ouch). Yet, we cannot do so. We prefer our aggression served out loud so that we are able to hear it. When we are confronted with aggression masquerading as innocent activity, it is slithery and elusive. When exactly did it start? Are we imagining it? Is silence really deafening or are we simply too sensitive?
In this show we discuss ‘the silent treatment’ at work and in our personal lives. These two questions will be our guides irrespective of the setting.
1) How much are you invested in the person?
2) How much are you invested In the relationship?
What is ‘the silent treatment’? Maybe I am simply imagining it? Or, perhaps I am confused and mistake a quiet person for an act of aggression?
The silent treatment is a form of aggression. It is not your imagination. It is not you being too sensitive. It is not that some people are quiet (as quiet people are not entirely silent, they simply speak less loudly and less often).
Specifically, this behavior is passive-aggression. “Passive aggression is aggression by “not doing” — and deliberately not communicating or giving someone the “silent treatment” is one of the more common forms of it. And passive-aggression can be one tool in an arsenal of weapons that people use to manipulate and/or a