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  • 00:58

    Brain Healthy with Jessica Ehrenworth - Episode 10

    in Motivation

    I am extremely honored to have Rick Goodwin join me for a new episode of Brain Healthy.

    Rick is the founder of Men & Healing (www.menandhealing.ca). For nearly 20 years, he built and was past Executive Director of The Men’s Project in Ottawa. As well, he served as National Manager to 1 in 6 Canada from 2012-2015. He has won a variety of awards for service excellence over his career.

    He received his Master’s of Social Work in 1985. Since then, he has trained clinically in a variety of models, focusing primarily on engagement in trauma recovery, ending men’s violence, and human sexuality. He has provided training in three continents and is internationally recognized in his work on male-centred approaches to therapy.

    Rick has promised to share his insights with us about trauma, men and healing. He will be talking about what he has learned over the course of his career and how he implements his learning into valuable strategies and action steps when working with clients. This is definitely a not to be missed episode.

  • 00:46

    Black Urban America With Kenneth Jones, MSW and Kendra Gatling

    in Current Events

    Join QueenMother4real Media's Black Urban America show every Tuesday at 10AM EST . Call 3479890180 to listen and speak with Kenneth Jones MSW the host of Black Urban America and his weekly guests. Black Urban America show is committed to bringing guests with solutions to the many problems in Black Urban America. On Tuesday, February 2nd at 10 AM EST,    Kendra Gatling former Gang Member and a Anti-Gang Activist comes on to discuss a critical issue of "Gang Violence in Black America. Each week Black Urban America bring Guests on air to talk about solutions to the problems that we all care about. Please call in with all your questions and commentary. We value your voice to help support people that care about Black Urban America

  • 00:17

    Texas State Bobcats Softball Preview

    in Sports

    #203: Cat Osterman, Assistant Coach, Texas State.  Texas State kicks off the 2016 season this week on Feb. 12, hosting the the CenturyLink Classic in San Marcos, Texas.  The tournament will include; Oklahoma State University, DePaul, Northwestern State and Abilene Christian.   In her first season with the Bobcats in 2015, Osterman led freshman pitcher Randi Rupp to earning First-Team All-Sun Belt Conference honors as well as being NFCA All-Region selection. Rupp threw her first no-hitter for the Bobcats on March 23 against UL Monroe before quickly following suit with her first perfect game on April 15 against Houston Baptist. With 293 strikeouts, Rupp led the Sun Belt Conference in her first year.  Prior to the start of the 2016 season, Rupp was named the Sun Belt Conference’s Preseason Pitcher of the Year.  Osterman joined the Bobcat squad in 2015 after spending three seasons as an assistant coach at St. Edwards University.  Bobcats Twitter, Bobcats Facebook, Coach Osterman Twitter, Coach Osterman Official Site, TCRS Twitter, TCRS Facebook

  • 00:35

    The Author Chat Show with Lynda D. Brown

    in Books

    Meet author Gabriella Kovac. She'll be joining me on the Author Chat show to discuss her new book, Georgina: Holocaust Survivor Stories.


    About the book:


    December 1944, whilst heavy snows fall over Budapest and soldiers battle for the streets, Georgina, a young Jewish woman, is nearly starving to death with her newborn son.


    The battle outside is one of the most savage of the entire war. She
    knows that to go into is virtually a death sentence. But she must find food within the next few hours or her baby will certainly die.
    For Georgina there is no choice. Alone and completely vulnerable, she heads out into the freezing cold.


    About the author:


    Gabriella Kovac was born in Hungary, Just after the Second World War had drawn to a close. She lived through the Hungarian uprising against the Communists in 1956, and remembers vividly Russian tanks sitting under her bedroom window. Through the genius of her mother Georgina, their family managed to leave the Communist bloc and come to Australia in 1957. Gabriella is a passionate public speaker, chef (her favourite dish is Hungarian Goulash) and has been very successful in fashion, even authoring the book "Magic Drafting," which can also be found on Amazon. Throughout her life, Gabriella has been inspired by her mother's amazing tenacity, enthusiasm and will to live.

  • 00:30

    EP216 Historical Pirate Fiction Author Ozgur Sahin joins Kori on the Back Porch

    in Books

    Ozgur K. Sahin is an award-winning independent author and life coach currently living in Minnesota. He has a background in astrophysics, consciousness development, and history.  He is currently editing the second book in his Brethren of the Spanish Main historical pirate fiction series, and has written and blogged about narcissism and personal/social development.


    The Wrath of Brotherhood


    After learning of his sister’s death at the hands of pirates, successful merchant Captain Roy Toppings sails to the Caribbean on a misguided mission of vengeance against the man who failed to protect her: her Spanish widower, Pablo Francisco.


    In the climate of the Restoration-era Caribbean colonies, where scheming and stealth could yield a prize as readily as boldness and firepower, Roy's vendetta lands him and his small but talented privateer crew in the middle of political intrigue and a deadly invasion in the West Indies as the nations of Europe struggle to consolidate power in anticipation of new monarchs in England and France.


    When Spain prepares a strike that could jeopardize all other commercial interests in the Caribbean, Roy must risk losing his chance at vengeance to fight for his nation and his fellow Brethren of the Coast.

  • 02:02

    Gang Families: How Can A Child Break Away?

    in Women

     Adults often complain about youth gang violence as if young people are orchestrating the drug trafficking and gun toting that has disrupted peaceful community life. The fact is, gangs are run by grown people, and the organized crime network that recruits and trains children is made up of generations of families that prepare their children from childhood to run the "family business." How does a young person "leave" a gang when the gang is his or her family? How does a young person stand up to bullying by gangs, when the adults in the community won't stand up to the adult gang leaders living in their midst?  Why are we pretending this is a phenomenon of a few "misbehaving children" instead of recognizing it for the crime syndicate that it is? How do we, the adults, root out the drug trafficking that fuels the gang wars, when we, the adults, are the customers for the drug sellers? Photojournalist Marcus Robinson discusses the recent shooting death of youth activist Matthew Williams and the  gang activities that fuel the violence.


     


     


     


     

  • 00:29

    Prophecy against Babylon (Jeremiah 50:1-4)

    in Christianity

    The word which the Lord spoke concerning Babylon, the land of the Chaldeans, through Jeremiah the prophet: “Declare and proclaim among the nations. Proclaim it and lift up a standard. Do not conceal it but say, ‘Babylon has been captured, Bel has been put to shame, Marduk has been shattered; Her images have been put to shame, her idols have been shattered.’ For a nation has come up against her out of the north; it will make her land an object of horror, and there will be no inhabitant in it.


    Both man and beast have wandered off, they have gone away! “In those days and at that time,” declares the Lord, “the sons of Israel will come, both they and the sons of Judah as well; they will go along weeping as they go, and it will be the Lord their God they will seek.

  • 01:07

    JUDGE GARY DARBY IS ON TODAY'S BATTLE ROOM TO ADDRESS THE OREGON SITUATION

    in Politics Conservative

    WITH THE RECENT MURDER OF LAVOY FINICUM AND EVENTS IN OREGON STILL ON MANY PATRIOT AND EVERYDAY CITIZENS MINDS AND THE TOPIC OF MANY A  BAR ROOM, WATER COOLER AND DINNER TABLE CONVERSATIONS BOTH IN SUPPORT AND AGAINST IT IS HUMBLING TO KNOW THAT THERE IS SOMEONE OUT THERE WHO HAS A CLEAR MODE OF TOUGHT, SOMEONE WHO HAS BEEN WORKIN BEHIND TE SCENES TO GET THE ISSUES OF THE RANCHERS IN OREGON HEARD AND THE STAND OFF AT THE MALHEUR NATIONAL WILDLIFE REFUGE TO A PEACEFUL AND NON VIOLANTE END, WELL ON TODAY'S BATTLE ROOM I AM HONORED TO HAVE JUDGE GARY DARBY JOIN ME TO TELL ME ABOUT HIS EFFORTS TO DO JUST THAT, BUT BOFORE I BRING JUDGE DARBY ON IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO SPEAK TO JUDGE DARBY THE NUMBER TO CALL IN WITH YOUR QUESTIONS AND COMMENTS IS 646-668-2932, SO WITH THAT JUDGE DARBY WELCOME TO THE BATTLE ROOM SIR.

  • 00:13

    The Unnecessary review of Deadpool

    in Movies

    Release date: February 12, 2016
    (3D/2D theaters and IMAX 3D) 
    Studio: 20th Century Fox 
    Director: Tim Miller
    MPAA Rating:  R (for strong violence and language throughout, sexual content and graphic nudity)  
    Screenwriters: Paul Wernick, Rhett Reese
    Starring: Ryan Reynolds, Morena Baccarin, T.J. Miller, Gina Carano, Ed Skrein, Brianna Hildebrand
    Genre: Action, Adventure    
    Official website: Deadpoolwebsite.com


    Plot Summary:


    Based upon Marvel Comics’ most unconventional anti-hero, "Deadpool" tells the origin story of former Special Forces operative turned mercenary Wade Wilson, who after being subjected to a rogue experiment that leaves him with accelerated healing powers, adopts the alter ego Deadpool. Armed with his new abilities and a dark, twisted sense of humor, Deadpool hunts down the man who nearly destroyed his life

  • 00:31

    WORLD WIDE AFRICA THE VOICE OF THE PAN AFRICAN MOVEMENT

    in Politics

    SENIORS AGAINST A FEARFUL ENVIRONMENT


    "Seniors Against a Fearful Environment (SAFE), a nonprofit corporation, was begun by the Black Panther Party at the request of a group of senior citizens for the purpose of preventing muggings and attacks upon the elderly, particularlywhen they go out to cash their meager social security or pension checks. Prior to approaching the Black Panther Party, the seniors had gone to the Oakland Police Department to request protection. There the seniors were told, to their dismay and outrage, that they "should walk close to the curb" in the future. Mrs. Van Frank, founder of the East Bay Legislative Council of Senior Citizens and the state of California's Outstanding Senior Citizen for 1971, commenting on the dangers experienced by the senior citi­ zens, has remarked: "The fear engendered among us old people by these mug­ gings almost makes us prisoners in our own homes."


    A section of a recent funding proposal for the SAFE Program substantiates these claims. A comparative crime study was done over a period of six weeks (August 21 to October 1, 1972) and details conclusively that the age of the victim does bear a de nite relationship to the type ofo ense committed. Ofthe com­ bined total of 249 victims of strong-arm robbery and purse-snatching, 48 per­ cent ofthe victims (118) were overthe age of y. During this same period, only 13 percent of complainants in armed robbery cases fell into the senior citizen category. The conclusion, then, is that an elderly person is more likely to be physically attacked, whereas the younger, more agile person, who is more able to a defend his- or herself, will more likely be the victim of an armed assault. The fact has also been established that 33 percent of all crimes committed in the city of Oakland are committed against senior citizens."

  • 01:33

    Good Cop Bad Cop on Yesterday's Problems, Today's Issues, and Tomorrow's Future

    in Current Events

     Hosted by Michael Hampton and Gabriel Rich


    The control of minorities in the new America  influenced early policing. New England settlers appointed Indian Officers to police Native Americans, the St. Louis police were founded to protect residents from Native Americans in that frontier city, and many southern police departments began as slave patrols. Today, as we examine police slogans like, “To Protect and to Serve” and “Committed to Excellence”, in a historical context, it becomes obvious that they’re not directed at the policed neighborhoods. We find police officers in the neighborhood of indigenous Americans and other working class races in the news every day. They Kill first and hide the facts later. They are murdering unarmed men and defenseless women and children and it is plain to see, in plain sight, they are abusing their positions of power. Through the media, the crimes are covered up and Politicians turn their heads as the innocent die every day while made up stories justify their “legalized” violence.