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  • 00:46

    Chatting with Nat - Singer-Songwriter Camille Rose

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    Camille Rose is a singer and songwriter who grew up in San Francisco. She worked alongside vocal coach Lynn Asher and multi-platinum Grammy-winning producer, Narada Michael Walden from the age of 10. Now based in Los Angeles, Camille continues to record singles and perform locally. Throughout her musical career, Camille has leaned toward performing alt-pop while including R&B influences. She places high importance on diversifying her sound and experimenting with mixing genres, while also evoking emotion in her self-written lyrics.
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  • 02:04

    OverComing the Slave Catchers Mentality and Negrophobia

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    What happened to the kidnapped captives from the Continent, now known as Africa, who had tribal names were from different regions...did not happen to anybody but US.  We are divided because 246 years of captivity as a moveable property thing, called Chattel, handed down to slave owners descendants to preserve generational wealth for them and generational poverty for the Indigenous Native American Africans (I.N.A.A.’s), whose ancestors were enslaved.
    President Joe Biden’s guaranteed income for all is reparations for all because they cannot do anything just for Blacks; who they have destroyed with 345 years of Federal Laws; just to keep the status of the Negro…not everybody…but the Negro down.
    The fear that the Descendants of Chattel Slaves will treat them the way they were treated is Negrophobia.  The projected guilt is racism and causes them to hate instead of accepting the truth of their crimes against humanity and give Reparations that will address the guilt.  However, they are in denial and their mentality is the same and some of us resist but most of us are still going along to get along.  While others have removed the chains from their bodies, only themselves can remove the chains from their minds.  However, they are in denial that the chains are there.  It keeps them in their place as boys and girls instead of the Parents of Civilization.
     

  • 00:31

    Robust Lifestyle is excited to welcome back Sandra Mendelson

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    Come and listen while Host Joyce Benning interviews a variety of committed women weekly, whom are working to make the world a better place! #DivasThatCare
    Sandra Mendelson is a channel of consciousness via the animal world, an animal communicator, author and speaker.  She brings forth wisdom and insights from the animal kingdom for the benefit of humans. Her role in facilitating deeper understanding between humans and non-humans evolved from her work in human and animal nutrition and healing as a Certified Polychromatic Light Therapist, Equine Photopuncture Therapist and Health Coach.
    Sandra’s first book, We Walk Beside You: Animal Messages For An Awakening World (October 2017) – released along with a deck of animal message cards  –  was an Amazon best seller and Winnie Award winner at the 2018 Equus Film Festival.  Now a series that brings readers into the world of animals consciousness, “We Walk Beside You” includes a children’s trilogy: The Secrets of The Animals, that delivers animal messages in rhyme to help children realize their own intuitive gifts, including the ability to communicate with animals. 
    Her upcoming book, to be released in July of 2021 is We Walk Beside You: Animal Insights for Everyday Living” that provides daily wisdom from the animals specifically geared to help humans navigate and thrive in today’s changing world.
    Sandra has appeared on Fox and CBS affiliate news shows and over 50 radio shows and podcasts including Coast2Coast AM with George Noory. 

  • 01:06

    Kate Wall, of The International Fund for Animal Welfare, talks with UnScripted

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    Since adopting a kitten from her local SPCA at the age of two, Kate’s love and compassion for animals has been an unwavering pillar of her life, growing only stronger with each passing year. While working toward an undergraduate biology degree in Philadelphia, Kate pursued her love for animals by working as a veterinary technician and volunteering at a wildlife rescue facility. Ultimately, though, Kate recognized that her contributions to improving the treatment of animals would be through advocacy. She pursued a degree in law in Washington, DC, and since receiving it has been advocating for positive animal welfare policies at the state and federal levels.
    First as a senior lobbyist with The Humane Society of the United States, Kate managed a diverse advocacy portfolio focused on key issues including wildlife protection, animal testing, and agriculture. Now, Kate serves as IFAW’s Senior Legislative Manager for the US office, representing wildlife and habitat conservation, wildlife trafficking, and appropriations priorities before the US Congress. Her skills and knowledge of the strategic legislative framework are anchored in both experience and a never-ending commitment to ensure the wellbeing of both animals and human beings, as well as our shared ecosystems. 
    Learn more!
    Photos Courtesy of IFAW, and as noted on specific photos.

  • 00:31

    Close Up Radio to Highlight Entrepreneur and Magazine Editor Sharri Harmel

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    Boston, MA -- Sharri Harmel is a woman who grasps that a woman has many dimensions. She has had multiple roles in her lifetime from mother to executive coach. She also has numerous passions including travel, business, design, and personal growth. Sharri has traveled often and spends part of each year in Paris. She is a vanguard of using podcasts to educate and inspire people, particularly other women, and recently founded a new magazine for women.
    Sharri’s latest venture is a digital magazine that connects it all for her, and likely will inspire other women to do so too. Extraordinary Women is a magazine that profiles different women we would find captivating: the artist, the blogger, the corporate leader, the style setter to name a few.
    Sharri put other interests aside so that she could focus on building this digital publication, choosing digital to make the magazine affordable for more women as well as a readership comprised of women on the go.
    Sharri says this magazine is for women who need to spend time re-connecting and re-energizing themselves. Each quarterly issue includes articles on style, the business of art, home matters, book suggestions, and a recipe or two. But the foundation of the magazine is the stories of extraordinary women who will inspire readers to be who they were meant to be. Why Paris? Sharri says “I like the woman I am when I’m in Paris.” It’s historic, beautiful and inspiring to live as the original I was born to be. We should always be original, never copies.”
    To learn more about Sharri and her new magazine, visit: www.extraordinarywomenmagazine.com

  • 00:56

    January Jones - Father Loss and It's Impact! Longing for Dad with Beth Erickson

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    Meet Beth Erickson, the author of Longing For Dad: Father Loss and It's Impact author of One Week To Live
    Whether you lost your father through death or divorce, or you wished he would have said "I love you" instead of merely being a good provider, you may harbor unresolved hurt in your soul. 
    When denied meaningful contact with our fathers, either physically or emotionally, a gaping hole or "father hunger" emerges in the child's psyche. If left unfulfilled, this "father hunger" triggers pronounced psychological patterns consigning that child to personal and professional dead-ends as an adult. Father hunger manifests itself in many forms: workaholism, substance abuse, chronic depression, sexual promiscuity, violent behavior, food addiction, and an inability to sustain intimate relationships. 
    Dr. Beth Erickson shows you how to identify, validate and heal the pain surrounding father loss and explore the spiritual crises that unresolved loss such as this generates. By sharing compelling case studies of men and women, and her own personal struggle to accept her father's death, she guides you through the healing process. After reading the dialogues and completing the exercises, you will fill the hole in your soul and emerge from the journey at peace with yourself and your relationships with your father.

  • 01:44

    Walking In Purpose w/ "Angela"

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    Join us for our 2916th presentation of Ngozi Time Multimedia LLC & 1307th episode of D.A.M.O.N Network w/ our Special Guests: Authors Paige Parkerson, Shana Gourdine & Lakia Barnett & 
    Our topic: Domestic Violence, What Is domestic violence? It happens 24/7/365 and we recognize it for 1 month 31 days out of 365..... How are we making a difference....? How you can support what we are doing.......LETS GET BACK TO COMMUNITY AND UNITY AND BEING ACCOUNTABLE FOR THEIR ACTIONS by Angela Thomas Smith

  • 01:00

    90 Books. 4 Million Copies. Insider Secrets with Marnie & Michelle Medlock Adams

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    During this hour with Marnie and guest, Michele Medlock Adams, you'll discover:
    An easy way to break into the children’s book market How to promote your books all year long The secret to selling over 4 million books The importance of finding a new way to share a tired topic How to overcome fear and step out of your comfort zone and write in a category/genre you’ve never written before The importance of remaining teachable so you’ll continue to grow and learn new skills The value of learning from those who are better than you How to be the professional publishers, businesspeople, media folks and conference directors want to work with The secret to enjoying the journey on the way to where you’re going Why you can be good at lots of things, but you can only be great at a few Michelle Medlock Adams is an inspirational speaker and best-selling author with more than 4 million in book sales. Garnering over 40 industry awards, Michelle loves helping others accomplish their publishing dreams. Learn more at www.michellemedlockadams.com. Invite Michelle to speak via www.WomenSpeakers.com. 

  • 00:38

    We R Listening Update

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    We are thrilled to welcome back the ladies of We R Listening to discuss their latest projects and what's coming up for 2022

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    Issues Concerning Women the Radio Show

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    Welcome to Issues Concerning Women with your host Francine Humphrey and co-host Veronica McMillian of the Micro Nonprofit Network Inc.
    Issues Concerning Women focuses on women and their families reaching long and short term goals. Assisting them in the areas of business, careers, housing, finance, and life skills.
    The Micro Nonprofit Network Inc. helps small nonprofit organizations become foundationally strong through education, coaching, mentoring and program development for 501 (c) 3 organizations.
    We offer advocacy services to infuse and stabilize households and foster a sense of community involvement, self-worth, & self-determination.
    Our vision is to empower women through hands on demonstrations, details of homeownership, career development, investing for retirement, exercise and nutrition classes, entrepreneurship, relationship building, and adult literacy programs.
    We are dedicated to making a difference.
    Our mission is to create economic independence for all women by providing a voice to those that would otherwise not be heard. ICW was created to encourage all to take charge of their lives and become educated and savvy about all aspects of life
    You may contact Ms. Humphrey at icwdirector@gmail.com or go to the web:www.issuesconcerningwomen.org
    You may contact Ms. McMillian at info@micrononprofitnetwork.org or go to the web: www.micrononprofitnetwork.org

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