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Harriet Cammock

Down To Earth With Harriet Cammock


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Down To Earth With Harriet Cammock discusses current events ranging from politics to education reform to homelessness and sex trafficking. Ms. Cammock also conducts exciting guest interviews featuring recording artists, community leaders, and political movers & shakers. Down To Earth airs live Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays at 10:00 AM Eastern Standard Time on You can also find Down To Earth With Harriet Cammock on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts, and more. As a listener-supported podcast, your contribution helps make Down To Earth possible. Visit Ms. Cammock's website at to find out how you can support for as little as $0.99/month. Ms. Cammock is a three-time published author, public speaker, and advocate for an end to violence against women. Visit her website at to find out more.

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Black Americans face a staggering wealth gap. The most recent statistics show that, in 2016, a typical middle-class white family in the US had $149,703 in accumulated wealth, while a middle-class Black family had only $13,024... more

The coronavirus pandemic has brought supply chains to the forefront, whereas previously, many were accustomed to it running unseen in the background of everyday life. But for supply chain leaders, the pandemic has shifted focus from... more

The year 2020 will go down in history as one of the most tumultuous years, ever. Political backtracking made the coronavirus a public health threat to Americans, and a debacle for an incumbent president, who otherwise would have won... more

Top congressional Democrats are calling for a federal investigation after a nurse who worked at an immigration detention center in Georgia filed a whistleblower complaint alleging a lack of medical care and unsafe work practices that... more

More than 500 firefighters and four helicopters are battling the El Dorado blaze east of San Bernardino, California. More than 3,000 residents of several communities in the area have been ordered to evacuate as more than 7,000... more

Centuries of Christian tradition are hotly debated as to whether Jesus' bachelorhood was a reality or fiction. Jesus' bachelorhood forms the basis for priestly celibacy and his all-male apostolic group provides justification for the... more

America is burning. Wildfires on the west coast is a threat to life and property. Racial unrest from coast-to-coast and the governement is campaigning instead of addressing climate change that has now brought about climate crisis and... more

Child Protection System scans file-sharing networks and chat rooms to find computers that are downloading photos and videos depicting the sexual abuse of prepubescent children. The software helps establish the probable cause needed... more

"I can't breathe" were George Floyd's last words. Doctors writing in the New England Journal of Medicine are using those same words as a refrain to lay out how systemic racism has negatively impacted the health of African... more

A consistent subset of people fatally shot by police are women. Since 2015, police have fatally shot nearly 250 women. LIke Breyonna Taylor 89 of them ere killed at homes or residences where they sometimes stayed. The names of these... more
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