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Helping to raise money for a bigger building for the Stunt Community.
I truly think indeed, that the community deserves a muesum
to help preserve not just the past, but also present and future
Join The New Dawn Live Show on Monday, at 7:00 PM EST, as we welcome Rosyln Hamilton- Wife, Mother, Author and Entrepreneur.
She will share her testimony as to how she processed, withstood and is continuing to overcome the challenges that arise from nurturing and raising a son with multiple disabilities. Both of Rosyln's children were born premature. Her daughter was born at 27.5 weeks and weighed 2lbs 13 oz.and her son at 23:5 weeks and weighed 1lb 6 oz.
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The New Dawn Live Show is Created by New Dawn Ministries, LLC. Light For Overcoming Even The Darkest Of Nights. Website: justdawnllc.com
Welcome to the first episode of Schroeder the Litigator. On this episode, Scott Schroeder shares his thoughts on state budget and the changes it is likely to bring to Wisconsin's workers compensation system.
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Mindful Mondays with Esther Turner from Rhythm of Life: Stephanie Aegerter of the Janesville Farmers' Market
SWU – Community and Police
Keeping things in perspective – Policy regarding police procedures were put in place to keep police in check. Each state have different policies and procedures so please keep in mind that what maybe a policy in one state may not be in another state. Understanding some of the policies from law enforcement will bridge the gap in effectively communicating and understanding procedures that most people in the community may not know or do not understand. Who is truly programmed when it comes to police and the community? Let the discussion begin!!!
When deadly force is permitted?
How are policies determined and can it be changed?
What classifies a lethal weapon such as Weapons of Mass destruction?
Citizens on Patrol, why do some police department have citizen patrols? Can anyone be a part of citizen on patrol?
Is there training that people must go through to be a part of citizens on patrol?
How do police handle shooting someone? Do you feel it affects them mentally and emotionally?
Do you feel police are perceived as being unemotional/ or as programmed killers that only look at things in one way?
How do police handle mental health calls?
Supreme Court to hear new case about policies regarding Mental Health and how to deal with it. Your thoughts?
Douglas “Ka’iwi” Ah Hee, a Kahu in Hawaii, will be discussing his work in - and philosophy of - healing, and the need for a strong faith. His experiences in “seeing” what was going on with his client’s body, allowed him to recognize how their memories from past events would promote disease. By explaining this to them, he has helped many - not only free their body of pain- but also open up to understanding their own “gifts”.
Kahu Ka’iwi will discuss cases from his own work that describe how releasing these ties to harmful memories helped clients. He helps clients heal physically, emotional, and spiritually – the true healing of ho’ oponopono.
Douglas “Ka`iwi” Ah Hee comes from the windward side of the island of Oahu, Hawai`i. He credits his pure Hawaiian grandmother for his upbringing and “gifts.” She would talk to people that he could not “see.” Growing up as a “sensitive” was never discussed by anyone in his family. Her passing when he was 16, caused much angst, as he did not know how to deal with his seeing, feeling, and sensing “spirits.” It was not until he had his 2 daughters, and they shared with him of what they were “seeing”, that he decided to embrace his “gifts.”
Ka’iwi started The Ho`ola Foundation LLC, which was created to teach individuals, groups and eventually communities to empower themselves. Through Ho`oponopono (to make right; or correct) and Ha`aha`a (humility) one may restore the true La`a kea (Sacred Light) of Aloha within the mind, body and spirit.
Ho'ola - meaning to give life, heal, to cure; Ola - meaningful life, well-being, living.
Family it's time to turn up our community talk and actions. We have a big problem in our balck community and it's call domestic violence. Did you know that according the statistics domestic violence is reported to be the highest in the black community? Intimate partner violence (IPV) as a major public health issue for women, in particular, African American women. The intersection of IPV and institutional racism doubly victimizes African American women as they try to break out of the cycle of violence. The research shows that IPV in the African American community is more common and violent than in the Caucasian community due to structural, cultural community, and situational contexts, overshadowed by institutional racism, that effect the romantic relationships of African American men and women. Research shows that the anger, hatred, and frustrations of African American men, caused by institutional racism, are being displaced onto their wives and lovers. THIS BROADCAST WILL BE HOSTED BY SISTA TRIA & BROTHA SUN RE9
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News Of The Week Show ~~ Please click on both these links to see our "News of the Week" for March - Week 4 from: LACP.org and NAASCA.org ~~ Join our founder and host, Bill Murray, co-hosts MJ Goyings, Carol D. Levine and other LACP & NAASCA family members, as they invite you to help them discuss the public safety and child abuse related news and crime stories of the week from each of our two national grassroots efforts, LA Community Policing and the National Association of Adult Survivors of Child Abuse. Every day we carry new articles based on current events on both our web sites. Look for them daily in the lower grey portion of our home pages. To make things easy, we collect them all together for this, our two hour long Sunday show .. where community call-in participation is always welcome!
"The New Black doesn't blame other races for our issues. The New Black dreams and realizes that it's not pigmentation; it's a mentality. And it's either going to work for you, or it's going to work against you. And you've got to pick the side you're gonna be on." Pharrel Williams
"I'm tired of being labeled. I'm not an African American, I'm an American." Raven Symone
The ‘new Black’ mentality is embraced by some and loathed by others. Is the Black community setting itself up for another wave of division, or can a common ground be found?
Tune in tonight for an interesting conversation on what it means to be ‘Black’ in America.
It seems as if black women will do anything for attention lately. Social media, especially Instagram, has made it very difficult for women of all races to feel beautiful. With all these half naked women on social media it makes the rest of the females feel as if they need to do the same in order to fit it. Its all about who has the most likes and/or comments these days. Nobody cares to look past the outer beauty anymore because society has conditioned them to believing the only ones worthy are the ones with fat asses and big boobs.
This is some shit I don’t have time for.
Women are always complaining about how they get treated by men, but these women allow men to treat them this way. Why? Because they are insecure and lost.
I want to discuss why black women feel the need to fit in when we are the ones who set the trend for the rest of the world to follow. We have to start showing these Princesses out here what it takes to look and be a Queen, its start with thyself!
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