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We will talk about Aliens, random crazy stuff, The Pope, and futuristic stuff. For example, Lew is ALL about when the self driving cars become commericial. Also, what will the future be like when we are all ENHANCED with computer chips, etc. When will the CYBORGS arrive. How crazy powerful will AI be? Also, Lew will probably babble a bit about Civ IV, and Galactic Civilizations III (well at least that game is about Space).
The genus name Cypripedium is derived from the Greek words "Cypris" an early reference in Greek myth to Aphrodite, and “pedilon” for sandal. Ladies Slipper Orchids These beautiful orchids are a favorite among orchid keepers.This is because the fused petals that form the orchid’s pouch or modified lip (labellum) resemble a slipper or shoe. The staminode (sterile stamen) is often showy and seems to welcome the insect into the pouch where it makes its way to a back-door exit and in so doing transfers pollen to the stigma.
On Friday July 31st at 8pm est,7pm cst and 5pm pst. If you would like to join the conversation visit our chat room on our web page or call in to our studio number 1 -949-534-0637.
Mental health problems are a very sensitive topic in the black community mainly because of the stigma that mental illness is a result of an individual being weak. According to a report done by blackwomenshealth.com, in 2011 the depression rate among black women was estimated to be 50% higher than that of white women. With media reporting murders of women such as Sandra Bland how are we to expect the rate to be anything but dismal? But all is not lost and there is hope - Lisa Y. Sparrow.
Lisa is a divorced mom of 2 children who lives in Columbus, Ohio. She has bounced between foster homes and mental hospitals while growing up. During her early adult years she suffered multiple miscarriages and spent many moments, like many of us, feeling unloved and unwanted. Lisa used her experiences as a springboard to grow in her faith and to encourage and uplift herself. By doing so she encourages not only her children but everyone she encounters and shares her story of empowerment with. And share she does in her autobiography - His Eye is on the Sparrow.
Join me as I sit down with Lisa as we discuss how she found the courage to become bigger than her circumstances. See ya soon, Why Yet
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Wednesday, July 22, 2015
Tonight, The Power Zone with DU welcomes Brenden Ortiz, Motivational Speaker, Activist for HIV/AIDS and Author of the bestselling novel “The Pretty Boy with the House In Virginia”. Mr. Ortiz joins host, Darlene A. Anderson of Darlene’s Utopia and Author of Not Without A Fight: 10 Ways To Win When it Appears You’ve Already Lost, to discuss his journey from hopeless to hopeful, and how he is educating and inspiring others to do the same.
Brenden Ortiz is a twenty-five year old Homosexual Male and Native of Brooklyn, New York. He passionately speaks out on HIV/AIDS and its Stigma because he too is HIV POSITIVE. He shares with inner city youth the period in his life in which he considered to be stages of total darkness; at the age of 16, he experienced the tragic death of both his mother and father, which led to him to becoming internally numb, exploring the world recklessly with no care, and contracting the HIV virus in 2010.
“The Pretty Boy with the House In Virginia”, chronicles Brenden's journey from hopeless to hopeful. Brenden is dedicated to utilizing his testimony to promote awareness and actions of prevention. Having established “What Does HIV Look Like”, a NY based Non-profit and preparing to educate the masses on not just the diagnosis, but the stigmas that are attached to it…it is clear that he is on a mission of purpose!
Join Brenden Ortiz on August 15, 2015 for
What Does HIV Look Like? Monologue
475 Atlantic Avenue, Brooklyn, New York, 3pm
Taboo Talk, a Christian talk show featuring Lady Charmaine Day (Pastor, Publisher, Author and Radio Host www.ladycharmaineday.com). Taboo Talk helps individuals transform their mind, body, and spirit utilizing the principles of Jesus Christ! Guest Starring Dior Vargas and Crispin Jackson.
About Dior Vargas: Dior Vargas is a Latina Feminist Mental Health Activist. She was chosen as an Honoree for #BlogHer15: Experts Among Us Voices of the Year for her online photo project, People of Color and Mental Illness Photo Project. She is a member of NAMI - NYC Metro’s Young Professionals Advisory Board and a member of the Third Wave Legacy Council. She is a CrisisTextLine crisis counselor and a facilitator at the Young Adult Support Group at NAMI-NYC Metro. She was chosen as a member of the 2014 class of the Women's Media Center's media training program, Progressive Women's Voices. She has a B.A. in the Study of Women and Gender from Smith College and an M.S. in Publishing from Pace University. She is a proud Feminist Latina and wants to remove the stigma of mental illness in communities of color. She is a native New Yorker and currently lives in Manhattan.
About Crispin Jackson: Crispin Jackson is an undergraduate student at The City College of New York currently pursuing his BA in Psychology. Crispin has worked as a peer advocate for Baltic Street AEH, Inc. As a volunteer for the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI), he is a member of the Young Adult Advisory Board. Crispin has also devoted himself to NAMI as a Peer to Peer Mentor, In Our Own Voice presenter, and Ending the Silence leader. In his leisure time, Crispin enjoys fiction writing for his blog on WordPress, entitled "Underground Fiction," as well as singing, bike riding, and practicing the piano.
For NAMI NYC Metro: www.naminycmetro.org. Helpline: 212-684-3264
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Tonight's special guest is Penny Booth-Johnson from St Croix Falls, Wisconsin, a survivor and activist who's joining us for the first time. Among other things, she's been involved in "Million March Against Child Abuse," a Nationwide effort to bring voices together in making an impact, being a voice for our children. Penny explains, "My memories go back as far as probably before I was 2, being picked up and thrown into canning jars. I have enough scars on my head and you could draw a road map across country on my scalp." She goes on, "My mother was the abuser. Everyone knew, but no one stood up. Years of her abuse had taken a toll on not only my body but my mind." For a number of years, Penny had been what she calls "a keyboard advocate" sharing very little of herself and hiding behind a computer screen. Recovering from a stroke and news of a brain tumor got her into action. "I knew I had to do something, and determined I was going to become an advocate that was no longer going to hide behind my screen. In September of 2013, I contacted "Million March Against Child Abuse" and became a Lead Coordinator for St. Croix Falls WI, and held my first Walk against Child Abuse April 5th 2014." She concludes, "I'm ready to tell my story. Yesterday I lived in shame of my scars. Today I soar past them to tell other peoples stories, to be a voice. I thank you for this opportunity, and I only pray that when I have the opportunity to tell MY story it will help others come forwards and erase the stigma of shame and we can continue to grow for our future generation."
Dr. Annie Abram and Armin Brott, a fathering expert and the author of many books about fathers will discuss the importance of fathers in their children's lives. Although, there continues to be a stigma associated with "care-giving" dads, through out last two decades the role of the father has been increasingly recognized as just as important as that of the mother in determining the well being of children in every aspect of their development. For example, the involvement of a father in a girl's life is instrumental in how she thinks about herself as a woman, a worker,
and increases her confidence on every level. Of course, this is true for boys as well, largely through gender identification.
A former Marine, Armin Brott has devoted the last 20 years to providing men with the tools, support, and knowledge to help them become the fathers they want to be——and their families need them to be. His eight critically acclaimed books for fathers have sold well over a million copies. Titles include The Expectant Father: Facts, Tips, and Advice for Dads-to-Be and The New Father: A Dad’s Guide to the First Year. He has written on fatherhood for hundreds of newspapers and magazines and is a frequent guest on such television programs as the Today Show. He also writes a nationally syndicated newspaper column (Ask Mr. Dad), and hosts a syndicated radio show (Positive Parenting). He lives with his family in Oakland, California.
This week we are goint to have a candid conversation about a couple subjects. One being E- Hook Ups. Facebook, On Line Booty Call, Twitter, Tinder, Tagged, on and on. We going to talk about it all. People embellishing their lives, the surpises good and bad, catfishing. Not a lot of people want to discuss their on line dating because their remains kind of a stigma attached to it. The common wisdom being if you not a looser you don't need the internet to meet people. But we gonna talk abou t this shit. The attraction, process and the resullts.
Join us 2night for Special Saturday of the POPS MOVEMENT RADIO NETWORK
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Time: 7:30pm (EST) ...
Host: Infanit Percent
Build: We are speaking about solutions and where should we collectively focus our energies. We all see the black and white problems in every day life, the economics complex, privatized prison complex, white privilege stigma, race on race violence, diffusion of responsibility, etc so forth and so on. These are all problems that need to be addressed but often we get divided in between these many problems that we are advocating in that collectively we are divided.
So my question to you as a whole, which problem deserves the most priority from us collectively in the means of us uniting us all ultimately setting the stage to go forward and why do you think so?
Childlessness due to infertility can be devastating and is on the rise. More and more couples are finding it hard to become pregnant and carry a pregnancy to term. The emotional trauma and hopelessness that come with infertility and recurrent miscarriages can only be best described and understood by people who have been through it. But, unfortunately, not many people open up on this issue, which is considered to be a social stigma. We are discussing this grave issue with Helen Adrienne, a Psychotherapist and the master of her craft who will tell us about her tested mind-body techniques that has helped many come out of the guilt and depression of infertility and living a life again. We also discuss about the legal, ethical, and emotional issues of deciding the fate of the remaining embryos created after an IVF procedure, with Amy Demma, a New York licensed attorney and founder of Law Offices of Amy Demma, who counsels many clients on this issue everyday.
On Tuesday, June 16, 2015 joining Tony on The Voice of the People is:
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We are Open Lines to begin the show today but with a special emphasis on the Affordable Care Act and how this was a very bad week for “Golden Boy” Paul Ryan. First Chris Wallace from Fox News takes him to task and then our very own Sandy Levin schools him in a BIG way. Good stuff!
Ryan Fishman is back this week with another legal round up and more insights into the wonderful world of politics. This will be one interesting conversation!
Jim Rasor, attorney and fighter of truth is back with Tony this Monday to talk about the EAA and a teacher who had had enough and her pursuit for justice.
Mark Brewer is back this week to discuss new Super PACs and their influence on elections, a big issue at the front and center of this election season!
Chad Selweski, award winning journalist and seeker of truth drops in today with tales of political woe and a deep divide between political philosophies, and oh, so much more.
We will play the documentary Opening Minds…Ending Stigma about mental illness and our need to treat the WHOLE person!
Easily one of the most stigmatized diseases there is, addiction is an epidemic yet people STILL don't understand the facts!
Addicts aren't lazy, weak, have a choice, or can just stop 'when they want'.
If you believe these things---you are perpetuating stigma and YOU are part of the problem.
Tune in to find out from some experts about the real deal on addiction.
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