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Together we speak for the dead worldwide and within our rewritten history. That is the job. We are all they have once the wicked rob them of their voices. We owe them that. I will carry secular issues, child abuse, psychology discussions, civil rights, church abuse and Native American/First Nation issues and much more. I do love to have Authors on as well. I am honored to step into my guest world and hear their truth.

Together we speak for the dead worldwide and within our rewritten history. That is the job. We are all they have once the wicked rob them of their voices. We owe them that. I will carry secular issues, child abuse, psychology discussions, civil rights, church abuse and Native American/First Nation issues and much more. I do love to have Authors on as well. I am honored to step into my guest world and hear their truth.
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Together we speak for the dead worldwide and within our rewritten history. That is the job. We are all they have once the wicked rob them of their voices. We owe them that. I will carry secular issues, child abuse, psychology discussions, civil rights, church abuse and Native American/First Nation issues and much more. I do love to have Authors on as well. I am honored to step into my guest world and hear their truth.

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The Whipping Club Author Deborah Henry

1/26/2013
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Deborah Henry was curious about the duality of her own Jewish/Irish heritage; Henry was inspired to examine the territory of interfaith marriage and in so doing was led to the subject of the Irish Industrial School system. She has traveled to Ireland where she has done extensive research and interviews. She has written a book entitled The Whipping Club. Set in 1960s Dublin, The Whipping Club follows the travails of Marian McKeever, a feisty, young Catholic school teacher, and Ben Ellis, the...

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Mom, Dad, I'm An Atheist Author David G McAfee

1/20/2013
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Welcome David G. McAfee to the show. McAfee is an outspoken atheist who opposes biblical literalism. He is a columnist for Canadian Freethinker Magazine and a contributor to American Atheist Magazine. His first published book, Disproving Christianity and Other Secular Writings, is a critique of biblical literalism. McAfee's newest title, Mom, Dad, I'm an Atheist, is a guide to living as an atheist in a society that's largely intolerant of disbelief. Whether you're new to disbelief and...

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The Eyes Of Willie McGee Author Alex Heard

1/13/2013
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A Tragedy of Race, Sex, and Secrets in the Jim Crow South Alex is the author of The Eyes of Willie McGee. The story is about Willie McGee, a young African-American man from Laurel, Mississippi, who in 1945 was "sentenced to death for allegedly raping Willette Hawkins, a white housewife. At first, McGee's case was barely noticed, covered only in hostile Mississippi newspapers and far-left publications such as the DailyWorker. Then Bella Abzug, a young, New York labor lawyer was hired by the...

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The Indian Child Welfare Act

1/6/2013
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Welcome Esther Altvater Attean and Misty Sioux Little to the show. We will be discussing the Indian Child Welfare Act and the effects it has within the communities. The Indian Child Welfare Act (ICWA) of 1978 is Federal law that governs the removal and out-of-home placement of American Indian children. The law was enacted after recognition by the Federal Government that American Indian children were being removed from their homes and communities at a much higher rate than non-Native...

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Anne Braden: Southern Patriot An Appalshop Documentary

12/29/2012
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An Appalshop Films Documentary Anne Braden: Southern Patriot is a first person documentary about the extraordinary life of this American civil rights leader. Braden was hailed by Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. in his 1963 Letter from Birmingham Jail as a white southerner whose rejection of her segregationist upbringing was “eloquent and prophetic. Ostracized as a “red” in the 1950s, she fought for an inclusive movement community and mentored three generations of social justice advocates....

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Esther Sanford Xosei The Effects Of Colonialism On Cultures

12/23/2012
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We will be discussing the effects of Colonialism and historical trauma. Some of the topics will be: How it has impacted multiple generations health and community well being. How the womb is effected by the environment from which it is created. What are reparations and the reasons why they are necessary? How there is a need for us to come together in an understanding of each other’s history and in common fights so that we can protect the next generation from experiencing the same historical...

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Drue Scott Tribute To His Father Sam Scott

12/16/2012
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A Son's tribute to his father: You know for as long as I can remember... I've always been a daddy's boy... I've always strived to impress you and make you proud of me. I would always study your every move and I wanted to be able to do all the things you could and go everywhere you went... I tried my best to get good enough as a musician because I always wanted to get up and be on that stage with you and be able to make music next to you... I wish we of had the chance to write songs...

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The Healing Land The Bushman and The Kalahari Desert

12/9/2012
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Please welcome Rupert Isaacson to the show. He will be speaking about his book The Healing Land: The Bushmen and the Kalahari Desert. Brought up on stories and myths of the Kalahari Bushmen, Rupert Isaacson journeys to the windling hunting grounds. Little by little he is drawn into the fadry vast grassland — which stretches across South Africa, Botswana, and Namibia — to find out the truth behind these childhood stories. Deep in the Kalahari, Isaacson meets the last groups of Bushmen still...

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Mau Mau Court Case Torture By British Colonial Authorities

12/1/2012
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Welcome Charles Wainaina and Esther Stanford -Xosei (Sister Ekua) to the show. They will be speaking to us about the Mau Mau in Kenya and the court case to bring them justice. Four elderly Kenyans have been told they can sue the Foreign Office for their alleged torture by British colonial authorities 50 years ago. The High Court said the group could seek damages over their treatment during the 1950s and 60s. Mr Justice McCombe said the claimants had an "arguable case" and it would be...

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Gigolo Vin Armani Author of Tao of The Gigolo

11/24/2012
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Harper Bill To Amend The Indian Act Dr Pamela Palmater

11/18/2012
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Host: Russ Letica from the Madawaska Maliseet First Nation Welcome Dr. Pamela D. Palmater who is an Associate Professor and the author of Beyond Blood Rethinking Indigenous Identity. She will be speaking about BILL C-428. An Act to amend the Indian Act (publication of by-laws) and to provide for its replacement. http://indigenousnationhood.blogspot.com Harper’s Indigenous Manifesto: Erasing Indigenous Peoples from Canada...

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An Atheist Album By Shelley Segal

11/17/2012
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Segal’s latest release, ‘An Atheist Album,’ embodies her thoughts on religion. The Melbourne Australia based singer-songwriter became involved in secular activism over two years ago, despite her father being the president of a local synagogue. Her songs are a passionate response to dogmatic belief, inequality, religious oppression and the idea that only the devout can be grateful and good. She enjoys bringing this usually controversial topic to the public discourse and finds music to be an...

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The Death Of Baby Florence By Charles R Hale

11/11/2012
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Charles R. Hale was born, raised and educated in New York. He is the co-founder of the Irish American Writers and Artists’ Salon. The Salon allows writers and artists the opportunity to present works in progress or published works at venues throughout the New York metropolitan area. He has a Masters in cultural history and has had a number of his family and ancestral history essays published in literary magazines. He has now gathered his stories into a multimedia performance, which...

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Tell Me What You CAN Do Author Mary Beth Egeling

11/4/2012
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Welcome author Mary Beth Egeling to the show. She is the Author of Tell Me What You CAN Do. How often do we use the words "I can't" in our everyday lives as we're called upon to meet a crisis large or small? In Tell Me What You CAN Do, author Mary Beth Egeling provides a clear, step-by step method of managing whatever life throws our way. When we focus our thoughts and energies, emotions and attitudes toward all we CAN do . . . the possibilities turn out to be so much more than we ever...

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Ten Thousand Roses with Author Judy Rebick

10/28/2012
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It is time for us, as human beings, to come together and speak about the struggles woman have faced in their collective herstory. Each generations must learn the stories of the ones who shoulders we stand on. The ones who gave their time and even their life to give us the world we live in today. One of those women is Judy Rebick. She has also written a book that gives you a glimpse into that rich herstory of the struggle. The fight for woman’s rights is never over! Ten Thousand Roses is a...

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Rupert Isaacson Speaks On Autism and Documentary Horse Boy

10/22/2012
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A family takes some very unusual steps to help their son in this documentary from filmmaker Michel Orion Scott, Rupert Isaacson and Kristen Neff first met when they were both traveling through India; Rupert was an activist representing the rights of indigenous peoples in the Third World, while Kristen was a college professor with a degree in psychology. While Rupert and Kristen expected that their nomadic life might change when they married and had a child, they weren't quite prepared for...

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Funding Cuts Connection to Residential School Settlement

10/6/2012
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Host: Russ Letica who is a Status Band Member to the Madawaska Maliseet First Nation. Residential School Settlements Linked to Funding Cuts to Aboriginal Organizations Welcome Frank Busch to the show. He has been a previous guest to discuss the Pros and Cons of the Residential School Settlement since he works directly with the survivors in the settlement process. We are going to discuss the sweeping program cuts and how it is may be connected to the Residential School settlements. While this...

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Effects of Multiple Deployments on Military Famlies/Soldiers

9/30/2012
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Welcome Dr. Nadine Vaughan Williams to the show. She specializes in Forensic Profiling & Treatment of Post Traumatic Stress. To learn more go to: http://nadinevaughan.com or http://NativeLandProductions.com Resources: http://www.militaryonesource and http://ia.wingmanproject.org/en We will be exploring the effects of repeated deployments that stress soldiers and escalate the likelihood of psychological injuries that can last for a lifetime. There is a small, but rapidly growing, body of...

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Tribute to Sam Scott Music

9/29/2012
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A Tribute to my brother Sam Scott and all the wonderful years he has entertained the family and others with his music. Sam Scott is an all around musician ,singer ,songwriter, recording artist, producer; with a great deal of experience in clubs, television ,recording studio, road work and other aspects of working in the music industry. You are in all of our thoughts as you battle cancer. I extend blessing to you and all who love you as we walk this road together. There are three sons in the...

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