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  • Fuerza de Mujer

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    noticias, musica, analisis y mucho mas

  • Feldman World Review Sunday Edition July 23, 2017

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    An Unsafe Space for Progressives Our New Daily Magazine: https://paper.li/FeldmanWorldGrp/1414459375  Our NEW WEB SITE: http://www.feldmanworldgroup.com/  I'm only asking for 2 hours a week, every Sunday 11:30 AM EST and every Wednesday 10:00 PM EST!!!! FEATURING: The Jewboy Journal. Current Events, Political Discussion and Opinion.  Call us and Talk!! 347-202-0433 Or forever hold your piece! 

  • A look at Human and Sex Trafficking with special guest Esther Rodriguez Brown!

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    Born and raised in Barcelona, Spain, Esther Rodriguez Brown arrived to the United States in 2001. In 2007 started worked with incarcerated youth and in efforts to teach them skills of empathy she founded The Embracing Project and developed a curriculum that parallels the effects of genocide and gang violence and the links between gangs and the exploitation of girls. Since 2007  
    Ms. Brown has been working with minors’ survivors of sexual exploitation and gang violence for near 15 years, she is passionate and committed to help and serve this population. She started TEP servicing youth in the streets of Las Vegas, using her car as her main office, and many times opening the doors of her home for those youth who needed it.  
    In 2013 she opened the first drop-in center for minor survivors of sexual exploitation and trafficking The Center 4 Peace in Las Vegas. She is a fearless advocate that goes beyond her means to ensure that youth survivors of sex trafficking are treated fairly and with dignity. She personally trains her team of staff, interns, and volunteers. She often is contracted to train other professionals around the United States and other countries and speaks about the challenges of being an advocate is this field.
    Mrs. Brown has a MA in Child & Adolescent Psychology and a BA in Criminal Justice, an Executive Certificate in Juvenile Justice Reform, in Protection of Children from Sexual Exploitation, and a Certificate in Compassion Fatigue Education. She is OJJDP-NTTA consultant, and a member of The Green Cross Academy of Traumatology and Association for Psychological Science (APS). 

  • Revolutionair On Air aflevering 3

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    For your truth, freedom and happiness
    De wekelijkse radio show van Micha Kat
     

  • NSM Weekend

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    NSM Weekend

  • Websleuths Radio Sunday July 23rd 2017

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    We are broadcasting at a new time. Actually, it's an old time but new for now. Sorry, my brain goes off track at times :)
    Join Websleuths Radio every Sunday night at 8:00 PM Eastern which was our original time. For those of you keeping track. 
    Dr. Scott Bonn is our guest this Sunday. Dr. Bonn is a regular contributor to Psychology Today ( https://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/wicked-deeds/201707/fear-based-anger-is-the-primary-motive-violence ) and wrote one of the most important books for those of us into True Crime and that is 
    Why We Love Serial Killers: The Curious Appeal of the World's Most Savage Murderers
    https://www.amazon.com/Why-Love-Serial-Killers-Murderers/dp/1629144320/ref=tmm_pap_swatch_0?_encoding=UTF8&qid=1500256510&sr=1-1
    The Juice is OUT. Well, almost out. With Dr. Bonn, we will discuss O.J's parole and what it means for those who hang around him.
    A new sketch has been released in the murders of Abby and Libby. Now they have the voice of the killer, a hard to see picture of the killer, and a fantastic new sketch of the killer. 
    Why can't police find the killer of Abby and Libby? I think our perp is homeless. That is the most logical explanation
    Join the discussion at Websleuths http://www.websleuths.com/forums/showthread.php?343912-IN-Abigail-Williams-13-amp-Liberty-German-14-Delphi-13-Feb-2017-63
    Later in the show, we discuss a Kisseemee Detective reaching out to Websleuths for help in a missing person's case. 
    All that and more on Websleuths Radio. 
    See you Sunday July 23rd at 8 PM Eastern

  • Ancient of Days / Counter Culture WISE

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    media tell lies, government tells lies

  • Episode 81 – Talk On One’s Case & Q&A On MPM 2017

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    Your Host; Steven & Angela
    Join us tonight, Sunday, July 23 from 9-11 p.m. EST., 8-10 p.m. CST., 7-9 p.m. MST., 6-8 p.m. PST. for Episode 81 – Talk On One’s Case & Q&A On MPM 2017; as we will having a returning guest, Brandon Madrid, a father of 2 biological and 4 step kids from Colorado Springs, CO to give us a update to his recent court proceeding drama. It is never easy dealing with the courts for many know the struggles that come with court oversight and judicial misconduct. Well, you are about to of such and update with Brandon. The best advise Brandon gives to all parents fighting the system is to stay positive and be motivated to seek reform. Never, Never! Never give up, never give in. We will also be joined this evening by the event program director of the September 2017; Million Parent March in DC, Kyle Paskewitz. He will address how the planning is going and what will be happening for the 4 days of the event. If you have questions regarding the event, do call in and ask.
    If you wish to take part in the discussion or have questions for the staff or guest, call the shows hotline number at 619-924-9885 and press #1 to be screened. Please be respectful to the staff and guest.

  • 150th Anniversary of Canada and Indigenous Peoples Resistance

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    The 150th anniversary of Canada, also known as the 150th anniversary of Confederation and promoted by the Canadian government as Canada 150, occured in 2017 as Canada marked the sesquicentennial anniversary of Canadian Confederation.  The Indigenous Peoples of Canada took issue with the celebration with numerous historical and present day complaints concerning the treatment of natives.  Many indigenous nations in Canada held their own counter remembrance ceremonies and demonstrations to mark their own observance of Canada's 150 year anniversary. 
    Join Hostess Sonia Ae Martinez.  Ms. Martinez is licensed to practice law in California, Arizona, the Salt River Pima Maricopa Indian Community, the Gila River Indian Community, the Tonto Apache Tribal Nation, the Yavapai Apache Nation, Fort McDowell Yavapai Nation, and the Ak-Chin Indian Community.  She provides legal services to Phoenix residents and Tribal members in the areas of Criminal Justice, Juvenile Law, Dependency, and Family. Ms. Martinez is the immediate Past President of the Native American Bar of Arizona and the Co-Chair of the Arizona State Bar Convention 2015.  And special guest, Russ Letica, who is from the Maliseet First Nation who held their own Time Immemorial Celebration of 14,000 yrs on the land the weekend of July 1-2.  
    As of the 2011 census, Aboriginal peoples in Canada totaled 1,400,685 people, or 4.3% of the national population, spread over 600 recognized First Nations governments or bands with distinctive cultures, languages, art, and music. The terms First Peoples and First Nations are both used to refer to indigenous peoples of Canada. 
     

  • Slider's Spread-The-Word with co-host Debra Cochran

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    Episode # 139  323-642-1750
    SPREAD-THE-WORD BLOG TALK Presents 9-11 Exposure with Special Guest Claudio Marty
    We will continue talking about the globalists attacks on American Soil
    As always no drama no attacking just facts 323-642-1750