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Tamiko Lowry on Relationship Reload @ 7pm CST Friday!
Tamiko Lowry is a survivor. After years of hurdling over obstacles and roadblocks including a marriage in which her spirit, mind, and body was battered constantly, she has embarked on a journey to birth purpose out of her pain.
A Buffalo, NY native, Tamiko is the epitome of her aptly named non-profit, The Still Standing Foundation—an organization that provides a positive outlet for survivors of domestic violence to shed the shame and despair of their struggle while gaining strength and power in spite of it. She is a compassionate mentor and friend, an enthusiastic leader, and visionary. Tamiko is a member of The National Association of Professional Women, Atlanta’s Urban Professionals, Atlanta Women Entrepreneurs (AWE), and Women In The Spotlight GoinGlobal.
In 2010 she was featured in Career Magazine’s article “40 Movers and Shakers under the age of 40” and in 2012 received The Celebration of Gospel Atlanta Rising Star Award for her work with the Still Standing Foundation.
Tamiko currently serves as a contributor for the Female Entrepreneurs Association Magazine, and the Fulton County Women’s Journal. Her experiences and the wisdom gained from them has afforded her many opportunities to appear on several radio and talk shows, host seminars, workshops, and provide support to other charitable organizations throughout the country.
As a Speaker, Empowerment Life Coach, and Domestic Violence Advocate, Tamiko believes that empowerment comes from within and can be achieved by honoring yourself, your values, and expressing your talents and gifts. Tamiko is the proud mother of Destiny and Michael and resides in Atlanta, GA.
Join us on Friday for a phenomenal broadcast! Tune in or call in to be a part of our interactive audience at 323-693-3890, (press "1" to participate).
In honor of Domestic Violence Awareness Month Lit Ish Live would like to take the time to discuss the seriousness of domestic violence. In this two part special the Literary Ladies of the ATL will speak with various survivors, awareness advocates, and community specialists in the hopes of shedding more light on the issue and helping victims find the help they need. We welcome listener feedback as we come together as a community to focus on this important issue.
Join in the conversation for the conclusion of setting realistic goals for children. The last program provided the following three tips: 1. set a starting point; 2. the goal is unique to your child; and 3. small steps make a big difference and we will continue the conversation to help empower children and parents to pull from that strength within and make lasting decisions concerning their healthy journey.
The Toronto Raptors are flush with salary cap space. Yes, they need to re-sign Sixth Man award winner Lou Williams, and they'll likely need to give him a significant raise after what he gave them.
But what about getting unrestricted free agents to come to Toronto? It has never been an easy thing to do (last summer's Kyle Lowry re-signing notwithstanding), and Masai Ujiri is going up against some awfully heavy hitters when it comes to going after the likes of LaMarcus Aldridge and his ilk.
If he strikes out on all of the big names, what might Plan B be?
Here's my suggestion: Go get David Lee, who the Golden State Warriors are trying to trade. He is a former All-Star, he is the consummate professional, and he can score in the low block better than Amir Johnson, Chuck Hayes, Patrick Patterson, James Johnson or any of the other power forwards Toronto used last season.
The Warriors have already told Lee they will attempt to move him, and Golden State knows it will not get equal value in return. What is important to the Warriors is ridding themselves of Lee's salary to keep themselves out of luxury tax territory. A future second-round pick might be all it takes to get it done, and adding Lee would give the Raptors a one-year rental on a solid player while keeping intact their cap space for the bonanza summer of 2016.
I tossed that idea at Toronto radio listeners this morning on Sportsnet 590-The Fan, and I also explained the strange free agent status of Atlanta's Paul Millsap -- and how that could be an option, too.
1st Broadcast LIVE out of Chicago since 2009. Prophetess Tamiko Stewart will be sharing the message - Faith Is Shifting Your Situation.
The Canadian Moto Show is on the Air 'Live' at 6:00 pm pacific 9:00 pm eastern and can be found right here http://www.canadianmotoshow.com This week we take a look back at the Western rounds of the 2015 Rockstar Energy drink Nationals with Chris Pomeroy. We will also speak with Gopher Dunes Honda Canada's Jeremy Medaglia who got his first taste of victory this past Sunday in Regina. The series next stop will be the home race of Gopher Dunes for Jeremy.
Tonight on the show we continue our weekly features which include our Parts Canada Walton Trans Can amateur national profile with Tyler Gibbs. We also look forward to continuing our KTM Canada rider profile with Damon Burbine who was in action this past weekend at the Josh Damery Arenacross in Springhill Nova Scotia.
Ryan Lockhart was also at the Damery in Nova Scotia and we will continue our Lockharts Locker segment tonight with Ryan. Tonight we also contiue to set up RD-6 of the Canadian Kawasaki Future West Moto Series that goes this weekend at the Popkum Motor Park.
The WCAN is July 2-4th in Raymond Alberta and we will chat tonight with a couple behind the scenes there that are doing their best to see that event is as good as it can possilby be. Rylan Pozdnekoff and Scott Lowry will join us for an update from Southern Alberta on that great event.
Our call in to win giveaways continue teamed up with Motocross Performance Magazine, Ryno Power Sports Supplements and 2UNDER so have your phone ready to call in to win when the gate drops on giveaways. Join the online chat board and Lets Go Bench Racing.
QINAO Radio Show - Prophetess Tamiko Stewart - #SituationSHIFT Things are turning around for you!
Joining Audrey for this week's REELTalk - Turkey's PM, Erdogan, is not celebrating, since he was unable to get enough votes in the election to change the constitution to reflect the beginnings of a new Islamic Caliphate...what's next for Turkey? Hillary's found lying yet again about her email...first it was one server, now it's two. And now classified email has been found on her private server...is this the end for her presidential bid? We'll discuss that and more with former US Prosecutor and contributing editor of National Review, ANDREW McCARTHY! Most candidates move center when running in a national election, so WHO is pushing Hillary Left? Is this the end of the Clinton coalition? Do ALL black lives matter...what about those lost in black-on-black crime? What happens when a Lib decides to think for herself and steps outside the accepted Liberal rhetoric? The President thinks our greatest threat to national security is NOT Islamic terrorism, but...Climate Change?? We'll get answers to all this and more with Editor of National Review, RICH LOWRY! Ever hear of the Tri-Faith Initiative? It's happening right smack in the middle of the heartland (Omaha, Nebraska)...and a $5.5 M Mosque is part of this project. Who's behind it? Can devout Muslims ever truly be friends or at peace with Jews & Christians? We'll get answers to this and more with author & Islam analyst, Dr. STEVE KIRBY! TRUTH: We're serving it up piping hot and in your face!!
Join Monster X hosts Gunnar Monson and Shane Corson as they sit down this week with Summer Lowry.
Summer Lowry (Summer Akasha Snape) is a CryptoZoologist, Tracker, Field Researcher and Paranormal Investigator. When she isn't at home working on her debut book on obscure cryptids, due out this Christmas, she volunteers her tracking skills to Washington State Search and Rescue. Lowry has been with a well-known and respected group, Crypto 4 Corners, headed by none other than JC Johnson. This has allowed her to travel all over the United States, gaining experience in fields such as target shooting, team leadership ,kayaking, rock climbing and survival skills. Summer also co-hosts two popular weekly Internet radio shows; Unexplained Universe and Shifting Paradigms. She appeared on "Where Did the Road Go?", where she touches on Spring Heeled Jack, Grinning Man and Black Eyed Kids.
The number to call in is to Monster X is (347) 326-9859
Gunnar Monson is a long time Bigfoot researcher. A past investigator with the BFRO, he is the Lead Investigator of the Tillamook Forest Research Project as well as a member of The Olympic Project and Bigfootology. He is also the founder of The Sasquatch Coffee Company (www.SquatchCoffee.com)
A native of Scotland, Shane has had an interest in Cryptids since his youth. Fate brought him to Oregon where he dove head first into the subject of Bigfoot. Shane had a sighting in the Mt, Hood National Forest in 2013 which only deepened his passion in his pursuit. He is a core team member of both the T.F.R.G. as well as The Olympic Project. He is also a member of Bigfootology. In addition to hosting Monster X Radio, he can be heard Wednesday evenings on Cryptologic Radio.
Children Radio show By children for children.
Olivia Y. Mississippi and her little sister Barbour Mississippi having Lived through foster care wanted to do something to inspire and encourage other children that have gone through this or any other life experience they may need to talk about.
The names was Olivia Y Mississippi idea based on a law suit done in Mississippi olivia y v barbour
Olivia Y Mississippi wanting to be a Attorney was inspired by the work Marcia Lowry has done to help children.
Olivia Y Mississippi will decide what the show is about. Take calls from other children. Also she will Facebook and tweet other children. This show was created to be a voice for Children and to help children that may need a healthy outlet and may not have one.
Olivia Y Mississippi Childrens Internet Radio
Radio continues to give a voice to thousands of children across the developing world
During 2015: Radio continues to be the most important tool to provide young people with information and give a voice to children across the developing world, many of whom live in remote or disaster-prone areas, says child rights organisation Plan International.
From early and forced marriage to child abuse, children across the world are using community radio and participatory radio initiatives to voice their opinion on a range of issues that affect their lives. They are also using the power of radio to advocate for their rights, support other young people and make themselves heard.