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Maya in America is a new book that shows how the ancient Maya not only reached the shores of Florida and Georgia but had a thriving gold mining operation in the north Georgia mountains.
Author Richard Thornton is a Creek Indian architect, city planner, author and researcher into Native American history. His professional work in support of archaeologists began in college, when he received a fellowship to study Mesoamerican architecture and urban planning in Mexico. In 2004 he began carrying out research projects for Native American tribes that studied their cultural history. He is a founding member and newsletter editor of the People of One Fire, a national alliance of Native American scholars. In parallel, Richard has been then architect for the restoration of several hundred buidings dating back to 1746 throughout the Southeast. On his Caucasion side, he is a direct descendant of the first leader of the Georgia during the American Revolution, a Continental officer, and Creek Indian leaders, who were allies of the Patriots.
Several of his historic preservation projects were associated with personalities or events of national importance, such as the American Revolution, Civil War battlefields, the Great Locomotive Chase, the Rev. Sam Jones, and several famous Southern writers. In 2009, he was the architect for Oklahoma's Trail of Tears Memorial in Tulsa, OK.
In today's Comprehensive planning episode we will discuss the impacts that sprawl has had on the environment in which we live in, our family time, and our personal time. We will go over what Sprawl is and how to identify it. Before we get into the conversation of Growth Management we will talk about what Growth actually is and how it differs from sprawl. There are ways in which we can shape our future nation so that we can be ready for physical, social, or human infrastructure issue. We will break down how we are to not respond, but plan for our community, province, and national infrastructure shall have the minimal amount of affects of sprawl as possible.
Lets get ready for another episode of building, consensus, and planning.
Madison has a love for music that comes from her soul and you can hear it in her voice. Madison believes in music that can change your emotions – songs that make you laugh, that make you move and that make you think. She has covered everything from Pop Rock to R&B to Country yet in each song there is something special in her voice and in her arrangement that makes it uniquely her own.
While Madison’s true passion is music, she is a triple threat artist. She is a competitive dancer and trains and competes in the styles of Jazz, Contemporary, Lyrical, and Hip Hop. She placed in the Overall Top Ten in the Senior Division at several dance competitions in 2015 with her Jazz and Lyrical solos. She is also a working actor who just recently completed an independent horror film called Moon Creek Cemetery and another film, A Life, Taken, that has been touring the independent film circuit for over a year.
In this installment of Comprehensive Planning at the BAIO, we will explore the depths of population forecasting and ensuring proper planning of adequate infrastructure in the context of nation building for Black Afrikan People across the diaspora. How much infrastructure will we need? What type of infrastructure will we need? And what is the projected population based on demand and interest in building a nation state? This will help the leaders plan and provide a basis for sustainability for citizens in our new nation. No nation plans to fail and we are no exception. In this episode we will go over the basics of forecasting, explain the location quotient theory as it relates to the basic and non basic sectors of an economy and we wll discuss case studies in funding modern infrastructure.
You might want pen and paper on this one
Tonight's show will Eric Willis who is the owner of Camp Cuff, the only Black owned and operated camp in the U.S.
What could Black people gain by learning camping and survival skills nowadays?
What could camping teach us in today's modern society?
How could caming come in handy today as oppsed to yesterday?
There's a chance for everybody to learn and grow and improve but sometimes we're in the place in our lives where nothing anyone is saying is getting through because we're in such a bad state of affairs that we're essentially blocked from reasoning. Should someone give up on us? Maybe? Maybe not?
Brother Mac will be back on hand to discuss fatherhood from his experience and his perspective.
How do you keep a good relationship when there are so many kids by different mothers?
Why do so many Black people feel that not having a father figure is okay?
There's more, more and much more!
Please join us this Saturday evening as we talk to Meghan Ciana Doidge, author of the Dowser Series, Oracle Series, and other stories. We will talk about her books, baking, gourmet chocolate favorites and more.
Submit your questions to be entered into the book give-away contest also..
About Meghan & TBR
Hi! I’m an award-winning writer and independent filmmaker. I live on beautiful Salt Spring Island, British Columbia, Canada with my husband, Michael, two persian cats, six chickens, and one turtle. I have a penchant for bloody love stories, superheroes, and the supernatural. I also have a thing for chocolate, potatoes, and sock yarn.
(in order of release)
After The Virus
Cupcakes, Trinkets, and Other Deadly Magic (Dowser 1)
Trinkets, Treasures, and Other Bloody Magic (Dowser 2)
Treasures, Demons, and Other Black Magic (Dowser 3)
I See Me (Oracle 1)
Shadows, Maps, and Other Ancient Magic (Dowser 4)
Maps, Artifacts, and Other Arcane Magic (Dowser 5)
I See You (Oracle 2)
Novellas and Short Stories
Love Lies Bleeding
The Graveyard Kiss (currently found for FREE in the Kiss Anthology)
in Weight Loss
WELCOME to the Show!! Let's Live a Better Life Together!
Visit her Website for more Details: Be The Change ~ Latrice Pace or Check out her FACEBOOK LIKE Page Latrice A. Pace
Longtime member of Gospel group, The Pace Sisters. Featured in Tyler Perry's What's Done In The Dark (Nurse Nancy) and Robert Townsend's Musical Theatre of Hope (Sparrow Sisters Reunion). I’ve been in the music industry for 20 years and in the arts (Urban Theater) for about 15 years. I learned early on that I was my own walking/traveling business. So with my experience along with the influence of my mentor Donald Lawrence, I’m learning that it’s not just about having a professional image before people, but it’s important that every aspect of you, your life, your business – be legitimate and professional. I also have future aspirations to mount my own theatrical production, but during this chapter of my life, L. Pace Entertainment, LLC is about being smart in this business of music. I don’t want to do what I do out of necessity, but simply because I love to do it.
Our Broadcast today will focus on an update of what is going on in our communities to bring about change that serves the needs of all and not just the wealthy.The recent announcement that the Village will be giving away - FREE OF CHARGE- 14 parking lots to a developer serves as reason enough to open an investigation... In 2007 Urban America offered to pay $750,000 per acre for the parking lots. At that rate in today's market, the lots and the parking garage would come to $34 million dollar giveaway.
Join us next week for part two of the RETREAT. This book is about a promise come true; “Write the plan and make it plain.” This is the plan and some of the initial results. The Lord promises’ those who believe and who are faithful an abundant life. He is able and He is a mighty good God. His gifts are everlasting and exceedingly and abundantly greater than we could imagine or deserve. So I dare to dream this day and stand on His word. For His word is not just for the hereafter but for the here and now. Lord Bless me and Bless all those who read this book and take it’s one principal to heart, to write the plan, make it clear and then to stand on your promise of an abundant life.
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