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    THE NEW WORLD OF INFORMATION LITERACY...Thank you Discovery Ed for introducing us to Glen Warren, our guest, the Director of Literacies, Outreach and Libraries in Encinitas California. 
    ENJOY 'EQUITY & ACCESS PreK12" online Journal at also visit our new website tying Equity to SEL at

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    Sisters Standing On Law

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    Join us Sunday 14 Safar 1442 (9/19/21 CCY) @ 1:00pm for Sisters Standing On Law:
    In Conjunction with the Final Call Series:
    Noble Drew Ali said 'there will come a day when you will send your child to the store and they will return and say Ma I saw a man'.   What do you think this means? What do you think it has to do with anything? Is it a metaphysical statement that requires thinking and anazlyzing? Does it mean there is something we ought to know regarding sons referred to as male, and if it does what could this be? How does this statement effect Mother, or does it?   Join us as we think about this in light of additional  scientific information.   Listen via the internet at, or to listen via telephone, call 563-999-3403, Press ‘1’ to speak to the Host.
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    Author and Professor Manisha Sinha's Monthly Recap Black History Perspective

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    Author and Professor Manisha Sinha's Monthly Recap and Black Historic Perspective!
    October is Black History Month in the U.K. And Miss Ireland is Black! Join us today at

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    The Bottom Line- passports and immunity

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    Passports and immunity

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    Weedsday Wednesday, A Live, Cannabis Marijuana Radio Show 2021!

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    Welcome to Weedsday Wednesday!
    The #1 Marijuana Cannabis Radio Podcast! 
    Everything you ever want to know about cannabis marijuana!
    We'll talk about cannabis, marijuana, cbd, thc, hash, weed, pot or anything else you want to call this beautiful plant!
    Join us for Cannabis Interviews, strain reviews, product reviews, news and information about anything and everything marijuana related in Tucson, Arizona and the World at Large!
    We'll share what's happening with all of the medical marijuana and recreational laws for The State of Arizona and everything marijuana happening in our exciting little trail dust town!
    Call in to join us live (646) 915-8421!

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    How to Use Stop Losses Properly

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    Most retail traders use percentage stop losses which is why they often have whipsaw trades that take them out of the trade when the stop loss is hit. This can be a very frustrating trading problem, especially if the stock continues to run up or down when you are not in the trade.  Learn why percentage stop losses don’t work and how to fix this common problem. Stop losses and Trailing profit stocks require a specific technical analysis to place properly. Martha Stokes CMT tells you how.
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    *Check out our Stock Market Courses, these courses teach you how to trade stocks and options

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    S2-E38 A conversation with Her Majesty The Queen Mother of Benin West Africa

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    Max and Yusuf are joined by The Queen Mother of Benin, West Africa to discuss international prison systems and modern slavery abolition movement from an African centered global perspective.
    Her Majesty The Kpodjito Dòwòti Désir Hounon Houna II Guely, is the Queen Mother of the Royal Palace. She is a Manbo Asogwe (High Priest) in Haitian Vodou and a Chief of the Zangbeto, and Egungun secret societies.
    The Founder of The AfroAtlantic Theologies & Treaties Institute travels extensively to promote human rights for African descendants globally.
    She is an author, and curator whose work focuses on issues of cultural and spatial production, particularly as it concerns the sacred and contemporary art forms produced by people of African descent. The Queen Mother focuses on product development, sustainable energy production, and rebuilding the primary school associated with the Royal Palace. Her Majesty is also a committee member for the UN and a partner and consultant with the Abolish Slavery National Network.
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    A Chat in the Garden with Monique A. J. Smith

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    Dr. Lauren (Cevis) Rhodes is Sr. Associate Athletic Director for Student-Athlete Performance, Health and Welfare at The Pennsylvania State University (PENN STATE). She oversees the Sports Performance Team, serves as sport administrator for multiple sports, and leads the department’s diversity, equity, and inclusion efforts.
    Prior to joining the Nittany Lions in August 2021, Dr. Rhodes spent seven years at Jacksonville University, with the most recent role being the department’s Deputy Athletic Director/Senior Woman Administrator. While at Jacksonville, she also was Title IX administrator; oversaw Student-Athlete Services, Sports Medicine, and Strength Conditioning; and was sport administrator for multiple sports. Dr. Rhodes also held roles at University of Maryland, University of Georgia, and George Washington University.
    Dr. Rhodes is a member of several professional organizations, honor societies, and Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. A native of Glen Burnie, Maryland, she graduated from University of Maryland with a bachelor’s in communication (concentrations in rhetoric and social influence). She earned her master’s in sports industry management from Georgetown University and her Master of Business Administration and Doctorate in Business Administration from Jacksonville University. 
    Dr. Rhodes and her husband Jared reside in State College, PA with their daughter Ryleigh.
    Join us on A Chat in the Garden with Monique A. J. Smith at 10:00 am EST. Come listen to our guest’s career path, her advice for others & current initiatives...A Chat in the Garden with Monique A.J. Smith, where Significance Blooms. Listen via 563-999-3513 or This is Season 8. Seasons 1-7 can be found on, previously broadcasted on Survival Broadcast Network.

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    Taqwa and the Al-Islam Game of Life

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    30:30. So set your face steadily and truly to the Faith: (Establish) Allah's handiwork according to the pattern on which He has made mankind: no change (let there be) in the work (wrought) by Allah: that is the way of life right and straight: but most among mankind understand not. 

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    The Indigenous Voice: Education, Voting and Community Organizing for the Navajo

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    Join us on Wednesday, September 22nd @ 6pm EST for an informative conversation with Ahtza Dawn Chavez, member of the Diné Nation and born in Kewa Pueblo, to discuss her work as Executive Director of the NAVA Education Project and New Mexico Native Vote.  In her role, she oversees partner organizations tasked with educating and creating an indigenous voting bloc in New Mexico working with key organizations and governance within the state. She is also the small business owner of IndigeLens Media, which focuses on showcasing indigenous voices, enhancing tribal community, promoting social entrepreneurship and increasing visibility of authentic representations of indigenous culture and language. She has worked on various GOTV campaigns in Indian Country (Navajo, Apache and Pueblo) and with Urban populations, heavily invested in the fight for tribal broadband access. Her vision includes focusing on increasing civic engagement within Native American communities, continuing to collaborate and unify voter blocs while strengthening Indigenous sovereignty and control over our sacred lands.

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