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Tonight on Green Talk Live & More, Chef Moses and Chef Rivera will be discussing the History of the XL pipeline story and its impact on cities in the U.S.. The Chefs will also be giving updates on Protesting, Lobbying, and Activism. It's going down tonight, and as always, the Chefs are gonna drop some knowledge and leave some insight, there's no question. For those of you who are conscious thinkers, this is where you need to be; "Green Talk Live" on "It's Real Talk Radio" tonight at 7PM Eastern Standard Time.
To listen live via phone tonight and every Thursday dial 347-838-9540 on this Thursday and every Thursday at 7PM Eastern Standard Time and if you have a question or comment for the Chefs, press 1 to be brought live on air.
Are you interested in knowing the facts about the Keystone XL pipeline? Well, depending on the source, the “facts” vary wildly. Proponents tout the Alberta tar sands as the new Saudi Arabia, claim that the Keystone pipeline will bring 100,000 jobs and help get the US off of foreign oil. Critics, on the other hand, say the jobs are more like under 50, that all the oil will be exported, that tar sands crude is highly prone to spills, and that this project would endanger pristine wildlife habitats. So who is right? This week on Sea Change Radio we hear from longtime Washington Post energy correspondent Steven Mufson who has recently completed a book
Oh, yeah, we are tired but full of life and ready to jump into the trenches with our brothers and sisters. We will stand with The People to protect land that provides traditional and ecological knowledge to all our brothers and sisters on mother earth.
Join us in our persuit to seek more information about how me and YOU can get involved in this contemporary issue... On Native Ground!
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Join Positive about Change show host Kathryn Yarborough as she chats with Flowing with Change professional member Karen Riberio about why you should care about the Keystone XL pipeline. She'll share details of Sunday's historic Climate Rally in DC. To find out more about Flowing with Change go to http://FlowingWithChange.com or to connect with Kathryn on Facebook, go to http://www.facebook.com/FlowingWithChange.
To connect with Karen, visit her website at http://www.innerfortune.com/.
Our show will focus on the Keystone XL Pipeline as evidence of the corruption in our political system: campaign contributions are once again trumping the will of the people.
Jeanene Louden and co-host Debilyn Molineaux discuss current affairs and systemic changes that are needed in the Unitied States. Live callers are encouraged to propose their own solutions and engage with the host and/or guests.
ENVISION THIS: Farmers, ranchers and tribal leaders travelling all the way to Washington DC because the Keystone XL pipeline continues to threaten land, water, climate and tribal rights.
We will be interviewing Bob Klotz and others from 350-Maine live from the Washington Mall where they are supporting the Cowboy Indian Alliance in asking President Obama and Secretary Kerry to make the trip over to the National Mall to meet with them. The decision to delay a decision about the pipeline was made -- supposedly -- to account for the impact of a possible new pipeline route in Nebraska. That makes this the perfect opportunity to sit down and talk with Alliance leaders.
From now until Sunday, Cowboy Indian Alliance members and allies will be holding demonstrations, ceremonies and educational events to tell President Obama to reject the Keystone XL pipeline. Day one started with lighting a fire that will burn at the center of camp throughout the entire week and pouring water fresh from the Ogallala aquifer—which Keystone XL would cross, and pollute—into the reflecting pool, and marching to the Reject and Protect tipi camp, led in a procession by tribal officials and all 24 riders.
Duncan Reisel of 350.org says “Keystone XL would carry 830,000 barrels a day of the world's dirtiest oil, pumping dozens of coal plants worth of carbon pollution into the air. I can think of no better way to spend Earth Day than with this powerful alliance who have travelled so far to tell President Obama to stop this pipeline once and for all.”
When we think about investors, we usually think about a room full of guys with money to throw around. We think about the hard ass pitch sessions in which some men (usually from Silicon Valley or Silicon Alley) telling you why you're not ready for investment and frowning because you've wasted their time. But the landscape is changing. Yes the pitch meetings are still intense, but more women are entering the picture.
Today, my guest and I discuss what it takes to become an investor, the kind of details they look for, and how the landscape is changing to include women. We'll talk about what you, as an investor should be looking for and introduce Pipeline Fellowship, founded my Natalia Oberti Noguera. Send us email with questions to email@example.com or you can tweet us using hashtag #RealTalk.
I think the answer to this question is contained within the definition of the word "faithful." The concept of marriage or partnership stems from a history of dowries, deals and ownership. As time has progressed, humans have tried to make it more beautiful, but one aspect that hasn't been questioned in mainstream culture is the concept of monogamy.
Even in many spiritual practices which recognize that attachment is the root of suffering, monogamy is the exception. In other words, you can work on all aspects of releasing attachments while still accepting it is normal and healthy to have attachment to what your partner does with his/her love, and especially with his/her sexuality. Herein may lie the problem.
There are many of us who feel a desire to be with someone else while in a relationship with someone but it is supressed because if we want the love of the person we are with, we have to keep ourselves only unto them.
The talk about it tonight on Blogtalkradio/dpradioxl at 8:00
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Global Peeks sits down with a panel of guests to discuss inmate reform in the age of a growing Prison industrial Complex where inmates are used as slave labor for a corporate elite waxing richer from the arrangement. We will discuss the effectiveness of the Nation of Islam Prison Reform Ministry& its history. The School to Prison Pipeline and the conspiracy to destroy Black youth. We will discuss the challenges and opposition to effective reform at a time of private prisons being built.
Guests: Victor Saadiq Abdul Muhammad, Student Regional Prison Reform Minister covering Michigan, Florida and the Caribbean; Gregory Muhammad, Student Regional Prison Reform Minister for the Delaware Valley & Charles Muhammad, long time worker in Inmate services & reform.
Live tweet during episode @ hashtag #globalpeeks
RIDIN DURTY RADIO IS A HIPOP SHOW WHICH BRIDGES THE GAP BETWEEN INDY AND MAINSTREAM,WE BRING YOU THE NEXT IN HIPHOP AND R&B AND ENTERTAINMENT NEWS..TONIGHT OUR SPECIAL GUEST ID THE PRIDE OF THE SOUTH SIDE ACTOR,RADIO HOST,GRAPHIC DESIGNER,AND RAPPER MR. BEE MOE SLIM..WE WILL DEBUTING HIS NEW SINGLE "A GOOD DAY TO DIE" AS WELL AS TAKING ABOUT THE EFFECTS OF DEPRESSION AND OTHER GOOD TOPICS