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  • 00:25

    Just My Thoughts with Graffiti Bleu

    in Higher Education

    I walk in spirit with God's wind at my back... I think out-loud and I share those thoughts with critical thinkers. Today we rant a bit. (24 minutes)

  • 01:33

    Billy Joe Chambers "B.J." with Boyd and Lucinda

    in Education

    They made approximately 3 million dollars a week and made up to 50 million dollars a year selling drugs. Join us with Guest Billy Joe Chambers a.k.a "B.J." after spending 22 years in prison now he is home. B.J., Larry, Willie and Otis Chambers are some of the most notorious drug lords in American History. It all ended when Larry videotaped the drug deals and money and the videotapes got into the hands of DEA and the Media. "B.J.'s" new Book, Prodigy Hustler allows readers to follow Chambers along his journey to the top of the Detroit cocaine game. Chambers gives detailed accounts of life struggles and experiences as he traveled from his hometown, Marianna, Arkansas to the streets of Detroit where he became known as a member of the "Chambers Gang," Detroit's largest drug organization. Chambers was recently featured in BET's "American Gangster" series. Prodigy Hustler is now available for readers enjoyment. You won't want to miss this interview. The drug conspiracy involved an extensive crack cocaine distribution network in the City of Detroit, organized and directed by brothers Billy Joe and Larry Chambers, and known as the Chambers Brothers Organization. The conspiracy allegedly began in 1983 and continued through February 1988. There was testimony that the widespread and carefully structured operations generated narcotics sales of as much as $200,000 a day. The operation was conducted out of various locations in the City of Detroit and was policed by a cadre of conspirator/enforcers known as "the wrecking crew." All twenty-two persons indicted were members of the organization. The Chambers brothers recuited many of their 500 employees from Detroit High Schools and their impoverished hometown of Marianna, Arkansas, keeping their troops in line with brutality and intimidation.

  • 02:01

    Constitutional Restoration Project

    in Education

    We will be reviewing the first 13 Amendments of the Constitution.  Explaining the intent, and how it should be applied.  The objective is to attain familiarity before moving to application and approach.
    A fully interactive community of Americans who seek to restore the Constitution of the United States, and implement the restoration throughout their communities.  Education, Familiarization, Implementation, and Effective Change, for the People, by the People!
    Let's Unite together to make a change!
    Come join us on Wednesday's 8pm-10pm Eastern time and Sunday's 7pm-9pm Eastern time.
    Guest Call in (516)387-1489

  • 00:54

    Show # 102 | The Difficulty of Critical Thinking In Haitian Creole

    in Education

    My Creole is not the best.  Imagine me trying to express all I've learned about religion, critical thinking, and science in a language I struggle with.  We will talk about that and more on Show #102.
    Mission Statement:
    Haitian FREE Thinkers is dedicated to promoting, embracing, and celebrating secular values in the Haitian community.
    Share our passion. Share our goal.
    Google+-  “Haitian Free Thinkers”
    YouTube- https://www.youtube.com/user/HaitianFREEThinkers
    Twitter- @HaitianAtheists
    Email- haitianfreethinkers@gmail.com
    Google Phone number- 678-820-9474
    On WhatsApp via "Société des Athées d'Haiti"

  • 00:35

    Leading Crisis Response Teams in Urban Schools

    in Education

    Join us with our special guest Dr. Jeff Roth for a conversation on how to initiate and lead crisis response teams in the urban school districts. Dr. Jeff Roth joined the Brandywine School District in Delaware where he initiated Operation Cooperation — a school-wide approach to conflict resolution, helped initiate and lead the district Crisis Response Team, and was named School Psychologist of the Year by the Delaware Association of School Psychologists. He developed Instructional Support and Positive Behavior Support teams, a social skills curriculum, and a program of self-directed professional development for school psychologists. He was trained in the PREPaRE Model, Critical Incident Stress Management, Crisis Prevention Institute (CPI), and Red Cross Disaster Mental Health. He is an American Red Cross Disaster Mental Health volunteer. Dr. Roth received his undergraduate degree in psychology at Temple University. After serving in the Air Force, he practiced social work and returned to graduate school at Temple where he earned his doctorate. During graduate school, Dr. Roth worked as a recreational therapist at St. Christopher’s Hospital for Children and taught graduate courses at Arcadia University. He is a licensed psychologist in Delaware. Dr. Roth is an adjunct professor at Wilmington University, Delaware. He co-developed a mentoring program for new school psychologists for the state Department of Education. Dr. Roth authored School Crisis Response: Reflections of a Team Leader (2015) and co-edited Perspectives on School Crisis Response: Reflections from the Field (2018).?

  • 02:02

    The American Disease Project - w- Valerie Denise Jones :: (NFL, Rod Smith)

    in Homeschooling

    Roderick Duane Smith is a former American football wide receiver who played thirteen seasons for the Denver Broncos of the National Football League (NFL). He played college football at Missouri Southern State. He was originally signed by the Broncos as an undrafted free agent and played his entire career with the team. As of 2017's offseason, his 849 career receptions and 11,389 receiving yards ranked him 27th and 31st all-time.
    The Rod Effect: Master 8 Philosophies That Took Me from the Projects to NFL Super Bowl Stardom
    Learn to master these simple 8 philosophies and turn your life around. These pages are filled with stories and example of how to get that done. The philosophies are simple and straight forward so anyone can master them. 
    Today at 4p EST.  Call in (929) 477-1167

  • 01:43

    The Future of Green is Blue. W/ Luis Martin del Campo

    in Higher Education

    On the premier episode of The Futurists, Ben and Alex will be interviewing Luis Martin del Campo out of Mexico about The Blue Economy. The idea of a "blue economy" takes the green culture a step or two further, in a way that will actually create regenerative impact on a global scale.
    This is an important and popular topic right now for a good reason. The planet is screaming for it. Call in with questions. Bio: Bios for Ben and Alex in radio show's description. 
    Luis Alberto Martin del Campo Gomez: Luis is a leader and entrepreneur in sustainable and social impact, and a prominent writer and speaker on sustainable futurism and human nature. His personal mission is to transform the way we relate to each other and our planetary home by making what is best for people and nature accesible to all. While finishing college he founded the first Blue Economy company in Mexico (Sporah), inspired by Gunter Pauli, author of The Blue Economy. In 2014 he wrote The Dream of Mexico in 2034, proposing an achievable vision of a society in harmony, for Mexico, and by analogy the world. In 2015 he co-founded Katamba with a talented team to redesign education with a holistic model to develop student´s unique talents and a new Human Operating System. He currently lives in Cancun, Mexico, plays the drums and enjoys training body and mind by the sea. 
    You can read some of his stuff at https://medium.com/@luis.mdc And you can reach Luis at luis@sporah.mx
    See more of his work at www.luismartindelcampo.net
    If you want to see a vision of what a more sustainable and evolved society could look like click on through to read Mexico 2034! http://www.amazon.com.mx/dp/B01IOBJE6C 

  • 00:31

    Legal Issues on the “Pass the Trash” Law for School Districts

    in Education

    Recently the Legislature passed, and Gov. Phil Murphy signed into law, P.L. 2018, c5, commonly referred to as the “Pass the Trash” law.  This law affects all school districts, charter schools and private schools in regard to the hiring process.  What steps should districts take when they are hiring a staff member?  What are the obligations of a former employing school district when another school district is requesting employment information?  Please join NJSBA host Ray Pinney as he discusses this new law with Joseph L. Roselle, a partner with the firm of Schenk, Price, Smith, & King, LLP.

  • 00:30

    Sir Ken Robinson on Creativity, Education and Society

    in Education

    NOTE: Show starts about 3-1/2 minutes into episode. Our guest for the inaugural episode of “Creativity in Play” will be one of the leading thinkers on the role of creativity in education and society – Sir Ken Robinson. His TED presentations have been viewed by millions and millions of people who care about making education a more-meaningful experience and the role that creativity can play in engaging people in purposeful learning, work and life. Sir Ken will be part of the opening session of the Creativity World Forum in Oklahoma City on November 16. More on Sir Ken Robinson: http://sirkenrobinson.com/skr/

  • 00:03

    Jason Is Sick & Wants To Tell You About It

    in K-12

    Jason is home sick today and took it upon himself to record a podcast to let you know how he feels. Not much more than that. It's only 3 minutes long after all

  • 00:34

    Episode 60: Supported Decision-Making (SDM) and Conservatorship

    in Education

    Under Article 12 of the United Nations Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (UNCRPD), people with disabilities enjoy legal capacity — the capacity for rights and capacity to act — on an equal basis with others in all aspects of life. Supported Decision-Making (SDM) is a framework that supports this right and helps individuals with disabilities make choices about their own lives with support from a team of people. Supported Decision-Making is an alternative to guardianship.   In this episode, thoughtful leaders Peter Blanck, Ph.D., J.D. and Jonathan Martinis, Esq., J.D. of the Burton Blatt Institute (BBI) at Syracuse University, will discuss recent court cases where rights were restored and Supported Decision-Making teams were established.
    You can submit your questions, explore resources and view the complete program schedule and archived shows on www.adalive.org.

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