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  • 02:06

    People for the People

    in Social Sciences

    We will be discussing community self sufficiency tackling racism in America. How to combat our oppressor educationally, financially, and intellectually. This episode is for those 18 years of age and over. This episode is brought to you by Frontlinecampaign.org.

  • 00:49

    The Way of Healing Host Susan Brozek "The Freedom of Forgiveness"

    in Psychology

    Hello everyone welcome to Reaching Out Radio International we are so glad you took the time to stop by and listen. We are a team working together in love and unity in one mind one accord as the body of Christ sharing the Gospel into the world. It is our hope that our ptograms encrich youw walk with God rooting you deeper in Jesus. Our hope is that people will be saved, healed, delivered and set free!!
    Tonight's program is, The Way of Healing. with host Licenesed Christian Psychotherpaist Susan Brozek. Her topic for the program tonight is "The Freedom of Forgiveness." “The Freedom of ForgivenessThe ” What does it mean to truly forgive another person who has hurt you? If you forgive them, does that mean reconciliation must take place? What happens when we hold onto unforgiveness and bitterness for long periods of time? Join me for the Tuesday, September 21 broadcast of “The Way of Healing”, as we look at “The Freedom to Forgive“. We will unpack these very important questions and delve into what Scripture has to say about forgiveness. We will also go through a Biblically-based 6 step plan of forgiving someone, which will help you to process the emotions that go along with facing an offense, working through those emotions, and then giving them over to God as you make the decision to willfully forgive a person. You can be free from the torment of unforgiveness, as you embrace the freedom to forgive!
    We thank you for listening for your continued prayers and support as we share the Gospel into the world. May God Bless You all from every corner of evry nation!

  • 00:36

    Owner and Founder at Laura Steinbock Hypnotherapy is On the Edge

    in Social Sciences

    Youtube Version https://youtu.be/5u7WElVYuvM
    www.laurasteinbockhypnotheraphy.com.au
    Helping people change their relationship with Stress to live life with Confidence,Clarity and Purpose

  • 00:57

    bUneke UnScripted - How old is a Hero? Ryan Hickman's been our hero since 3!

    in Environment

    In 2012 at the age of 3, Ryan went along with his dad to the local recycling center and cashed in a few small bags of cans and bottles and decided that recycling was in his future. The day after going to the recycling center, Ryan notified his mom and dad that he wanted to give empty plastic bags to all the neighbors and maybe they would save their recyclables for him. Not only did the local neighbors save their cans and bottles for Ryan, but so did their friends, families and co-workers. Today, Ryan has customers all over Orange County, CA and he has a passion to recycle that is amazing. His goal is to recycle to keep cans and bottles from reaching the ocean where it’s harmful to the environment. Ryan spends a part of every week sorting thru cans and bottles from his customers and getting them ready to take to the recycle center.
    People ask what kind of items that Ryan recycles. Ryan collects and recycles plastic and glass beverage bottles as well as aluminum cans. Ryan and his dad take them in by the truckload regularly to the local redemption center where they are unloaded, sorted and weighed.
    Ryan has a few special projects that he supports and many organizations that support him.
    Learn more! https://ryansrecycling.com/
    https://www.pacificmmc.org/
     

  • 01:01

    Report: Solar could power 40% of US electricity by 2035

    in Energy

    Date 9/15/21 “SOLAR NOW AND THE FUTURE WITH ITS ECONOMIC IMPACT ON BLACK AMERICA" Episode  196
    Hosted By: Ronald Bethea
    Host: 11:00 AM - 11:05 AM Est: Introduction
    Host: 11:06 AM - 11:16 AM Est.: Topic of Discussion: Report: Solar could power 40% of US electricity by 2035
    Host: 11:17 AM - 11:30 AM Est.: House panel puts forth solar, environmental justice tax credits
    Host: 11:31 AM - 11:34 AM Est.: Commercial
    Host: 11:35 AM - 11:57 AM Est: Topic of Discussion:  Smart Cities: the key to Africa’s third revolution
    Host: 11.58 pm – 12:00 pm EST. Closing Remarks.

  • 01:05

    The Rock & Roll Shrink Radio Show Ep. 117 - Life in the Fast Lane Rock Lifestyle

    in Psychology

    Tonight’s show is a response to an opinion piece, “Romanticizing the Drug Musician Mythos,” from Oct 2008 on premiereguitar.com Written by John Bohlinge, a Nashville-based multi-instrumentalist best known for leading the band on NBC's Nashville Star, serving as music director for the CMT Awards and specials on PBS and GAC, and of course for his appearances in PG Rig Rundown, Review Demo, Axes & Artifacts, and What Bohlinger Plays videos.
    With all due respect to Ian Dury & The Blockheads (who did hit song, “Sex & Drugs & Rock & Roll,) we are actually here to support this article’s assertions, and discuss why it is not such a cool thing to over-romanticize the constant-partying, Live Fast Die Young and Leave A Good-Looking Corpse rock & roll stereotyped lifestyle of musicians.
    This topic is closely related to our very first show, “Musicians and Suicide,” way back in July 2016.
    Tonight, we will discuss:
    1. The original article, “Romanticizing the Drug Musician Mythos”
    2. The history of musicians and the hard-partying stereotype.
    3. Why this is a toxic trope and should be abandoned
     
    We'll start off the evening with some topic-relevant Classic Rock played by Dr. Mathis, followed by Classic Rock trivia in "The Rock & Roll Shrink Recalls," followed by our topic discussion.
    Please follow our bi-weekly, Wednesday evening shows, at 11 pm ET. We will have a new topic for you in two weeks!

  • 00:38

    The Evolution of Global Climate Change

    in Environment

    Our product is called GrowStream™, an extremely efficient subsurface irrigation system that interacts with plants’ roots.  The technology uses an understanding of plant physiology and organic chemistry to create a symbiotic relationship between plant roots, soil, and water. When crops and plants need water and nutrients, they emit root exudates that allow them to uptake what they need from the surrounding soil. GrowStream™ responds and interacts with these root exudates, allowing water and nutrients to be released from the billions of “smart micropores” in the GrowStream™ tubing. When the plant is satisfied, it stops producing root exudates- and GrowStream™ stops releasing water.

  • 01:07

    A&M University w/ Wadjet Mentuhotep El

    in Science

    Join us for our 2890th presentation of Ngozi Time Multimedia LLC & our 1570th episode of BeverlyNation OnlineRadio w/ our topic: IMAGE & LIKENESS MEASURE & CONTROL OURSELVES & EARTH WHAT IS THE MATTER? by Ambassador Wadjet Mentuhotep El & our soundtrack of our lives ft. Legendary R&B Vocalist Jerry "The IceMan" Butler

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    Holistic Health - The Original Rx

    in Medicine

    Long before the world agreed that synthetic medicine would take the lead, the standard was nature and options that utiltized organic means to bring about the optimal health condition of people, animals, and the earth itself. 
    Today holistic health has been commercialized and so many consumers are unsure or leary of what to implement for themselves or even lost on who to ask. 
    This episode is for YOU. We are breaking down some basics of holistic health and holistic health care.
    Call in with questions! Talk to your host, Rebecca L. Johns.
    Wednesday, September 15th at 11pm ET

  • 00:54

    How to Survive the Most Challenging Times with Psychologist Samantha Ruth

    in Psychology

    Today's special guest, Samantha Ruth, a Transformational Psychologist, understands what it's like to feel overwhelmed, lost, stuck, and alone. After unexpectedly losing her husband Jim, Sam felt like her life had been shattered into tiny, unrecognizable pieces. It took this experience for her to learn how to tune out the noise of everything and everybody else, and focus on listening to herself.
    In addition to being a Transformational Psychologist,  Sam is a Grief and Anxiety Coach, speaker, and best-selling author. She is the founder of Griefhab, a 24/7 support community for anyone who has experienced a loss. Sam helps people around the world turn their pain into their power by guiding them to be their true selves, by embracing their differences, and by living life on their own terms.
    Her mission is to change the way the world views mental health, so people can openly speak about whatever issues they have and get the help they not only need but deserve without fear of judgment, labels, and repercussions.
    Sam has a unique style and heart-centered teaching, not only based on her education but based on her own life experiences. This powerful combination allows her to help clients in a unique style, that helps them pick up the pieces and put them back together again - even better.

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