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We have lion shifters when Deb Bailey returns as my guest author on June 29th! Come listen as she reads an excerpt from her latest book, Family Pride: Love and Challenges.
Business owner Mac MacKinnon is a perfect catch: attractive, ambitious and successful. He's a member of an old, established pride of lion shapeshifters, but determined to live life as a loner. Except that when Zora Mason walks into Mac's coffee bar one day and applies for the position of assistant manager, he knows without a doubt he's met the woman of his dreams.
Can she accept life with a shifter-boyfriend?
Zora knows a lot more about Mac (and the other shifters in town) than she's been letting on. Falling in love with a sexy shifter is more than she bargained for when it comes to dealing with sibling drama, learning the business, and managing an alpha male who's used to doing things his way. When a challenge to Mac's Pride threatens to destroy Mac's family, Zora has to decide whether to be claimed as his mate in a ritual in front of the pride.
Who knew that love with a lion shifter would be so challenging?
My guest this week is Donna Saunders. She is a doctor twice over: in Clinical Psychology and in Ministry. Her primary focus is, not surprisingly, children and the community. She is co-founder and CEO of Guide Community Health Services. Its focus is preventative and aimed more at children in an attempt to reverse some of the disparity in health caused by economic and social issues these families face.
Dr. Saunders has done a lot of work exploring the connection between spirituality, and physical and social health. She has lectured on the topic, including for the Family Research Council, the Department of Health and Human Services, Howard University Graduate School of Education, and many other organizations.
We will also touch very briefly on her views on the most recent SCOTUS decision.
This week we honored to host Dr. Robi Sonderegger. Dr. Robi is a compelling, passionate and highly entertaining presenter, Dr Robi is best known for combining the best of science and scripture in his messages that are actively designed to equip and empower participants.
Dr Robi Sonderegger is a Clinical Psychologist renowned for taking psychology from the frontline to the home front™.
Every year, countless thousands around the world attend his live presentations, and tens of thousands have graduated from his trauma rehabilitation, mental/emotional health, new-habit-formation, and parenting programs.
Dr Robi is an Aussie who knows no bounds. Over the past 15 years he’s gone from celebrity snowboard instructor to the rich and famous of Europe (including Prince Charles and Harry of Wales) to humanitarian activist for child-soldiers and sex-slaves (Pride of Australia Medal Finalist).
Dr Robi is compelling, witty and very informative. This is a show you won’t want to miss.
The Show Must Go On For Tim "Loki" Kerlin!
Join Yankeemom, and Susan Bonner as they break down the world of feminism by going back in history. We are going to fight the "war on women" because, "we are women".
Patrick Oliver is a program manager and literary consultant dedicated to promoting reading and writing as tools of empowerment. Through a variety of innovative projects Oliver engages children, youth and adults in activities such as writing workshops, author talks, book discussions, professional development sessions and community forums.
Creator, executive producer and host of Literary Nation Talk Radio a live weekly broadcast on KABF FM 88.3 with past guest such as Marian Wright Edelman, Common, Hill Harper, Sonia Sanchez, Susan Taylor and numerous others.
He is publisher and editor of the Essence Magazine best-selling anthology Turn the Page and You Don’t Stop: Sharing Successful Chapters in Our Lives with Youth. Contributing participant Roundtable Discussion “Featuring Leaders of Poetry Organizations for Kids from Around the United States” in the publication Open the Door: How to Excite Young People About Poetry (McSweeney’s April 2013). His forthcoming book Notes from a Literary Activist is scheduled for April 2014.
Mr. Oliver was Director of Sales and Marketing at Third World Press (Chicago, IL); Program Director for the Open Book Program a citywide after-school reading program (Chicago, IL) and spent over 10 years as a material analyst and senior contract administrator in the defense industry (Los Angeles, CA). He has organized and facilitated panels and workshops for the Association of Writers and Writing Programs, American Library Association, College Language Association, Ohio State University, Princeton University, Congressional Black Caucus Annual Legislative Conference, Harlem Book Fair and numerous other conferences and events. Visit his website at www.speakloudly.com for more information.
Join us on June 29th at 2pm EST for a discussion of successful company culture drivers that support employee happiness, engagement and retention. The conversation will feature perspectives from leaders in the small business space. We hope you can tune in and continue the conversation on Twitter using #MetLifeSmallBiz.
David Mills is MetLife's Senior Vice President, Small Market Leader.
Carol Roth (carolroth.com) is a national media personality, former investment banker, investor, speaker and author of the New York Times bestselling book, The Entrepreneur Equation. She is currently an on-air contributor for the national cable television station CNBC.
SmallBizDaily (smallbizdaily.com) combines decades of experience reading and writing about entrepreneurship with its new experience as a startup to share a unique take on the world of small business.
Susan Wilson Solovic (susansolovic.com) is an award-winning serial entrepreneur, New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Amazon.com top 100 and USA Today bestselling author, media personality, sought-after keynote speaker, and attorney.
Small Business Trends (smallbiztrends.com) is an award-winning online publication for small business owners, entrepreneurs and the people who interact with them. It is one of the most popular independent small business publications on the web.
Dr. Timothy R. Furnish, author of "Holiest Wars: Islamic Mahdis, Their Jihads, and Osama bin Laden,"will immerse our listening audience at the top of the opening hour this Monday, June 29, 2015 @ 10am ET, in discussion over eschatological concerns. Eschatology is a part of theology concerned with the final events of history. Whether people refer to Armageddon, the End of Time, or Geula (Redemption), as it relates to Christianity, Judaism, and Islam, respectively, one must wonder whether prophesy intersect at different moments in time, whether respective biblical texts define and coalesce on outcome. The question is as vast as it is intriguing. Discussion will captivate many listeners by its exploration as juxtaposed to gaining certainty or fact.
Yonkers Mayoral candidate William "Bill" Nuckel attends the program at the top of the second hour. At issue are the platform he has formulated in response to the needs of Yonkers constituents, the vision, the challenges, the recent, though barely defined budget agreements ironed out in Albany but not yet explained by Yonkers City Hall, especially that of Corporation Counsel who must weigh in on interpreting some of the language. In fact, even the language has yet to be divulged.
Monday Co-host John Bailey, White Plains CitizeNetReporter Publisher and Editor is on the road. He will return next week.
Hezi Aris is your host today.
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Slyly sexual, intense and funny, in What Snakes Want Kita Shantiris strips secrets of their power by telling them. Running away and returning, burying and unearthing, she—and a cast that includes abused siblings, desperate spinsters, and an army medic—struggle to escape their shadows. Throughout, startling metaphors and evocative images bring them to life.
A psychologist who runs a non-profit mental health center, Shantiris faces trauma, yearning, love and loss head on. What Snakes Want traverses a menacing, bleak landscape as its characters shed their ghosts. Full of word play and mischief, sensuous love poems follow; never have oranges, or the word "dictum," been racier. The haunting elegies in the final section breathe life into the dead.
Fearless and compassionate, in What Snakes Want Kita shines light in our dark places. You will return to these haunting poems again and again.
Legacy racism. Guns, statutes, and other artifact of our political, and social systems need to go, Fasttracking secret trade agreements. Commentary from Andrew Jerrell Jones, Stuart Zechman and Jay Ackroyd. Political satire from Culture of Truth.
The 2015 Virtually Speaking Media Panel Andrew Jerrell Jones, Avedon Carol, Cliff Schecter, David Dayen, Dave Johnson, David Waldman, digby, Gaius Publius, Joan McCarter, Marcy Wheeler, RJ Eskow, Sara Robinson, Susan Madrak, Spocko, Stuart Zechman
This week we will discuss exposing heresy and finishing the Reformation. Our focus is Joseph Prince, Medina Pullings and Rod Parsley.
JOIN THE CONVERSATION, SATURDAY JUNE 27TH AT 8 A.M. WITH MY SPECIAL GUEST, Yeve G. Montgomery is a writer of various genres, an editor, and an educator. She received her BA in Professional Writing and Publications from the University of Baltimore, and she earned her Master of Arts in Teaching Secondary Education from Towson University. She is a 1999 and 2000 fellow of the Hurston Wright Writer's Week. An excerpt of her screenplay, "Crossroads," appears in their anthology The Hoot and the Holler of the Owl. Yeve served as a contributing writer of Channel Magazine in 2007, and she worked as an editor at Charis House Press from 1999-2001. Yeve is a proud English educator with the Baltimore City Public School System. She is currently pursuing her Doctorate of Philosophy in English from Morgan State University. Yeve resides in Maryland.
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