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  • Victoria C Murray-Forever an Ex

    7/10/2014 listen   download 
  • Jennifer Jolly-Tech Life Hacks

    7/10/2014 listen   download 
  • Cancer Nutrition

    Dr. Markman-Carolyn Lammersfeld-Cancer Nutrition for Dummies

    7/10/2014 listen   download 
  • Dr. Jean Clarke

    Dr. Jean Clarke - How much is too much

    7/10/2014 listen   download 
  • Alex's Lemonade Stand Foundation

    Jay Scott, father of Alexandra Scott, Founder of Alex's Lemonade Stand Foundation talks about his now deceased daughter and her vision to encourage other children and adults to get involved with raising money for childhood cancer research and treatments.

    7/1/2014 listen   download 
  • Georgia Tobacco Quit Line

    Dr. Brenda Fitzgerald, Commissioner of the Georgia Dept. of Public Health talks about a new program to help pregnant women quit smoking. Georgia has had one of the steepest declines in infant mortality of any state from 2006-2010. Listeners can call the Georgia Tobacco Quit Line for free 1-877-270-7867 ****Sasha-IJS

    7/1/2014 listen   download 
  • Corey Murray, certified personal trainer and CEO of Built for Life Fitness

    Corey Murray, certified personal trainer and CEO of Built for Life Fitness talks about getting in shape for the summer and for life. He shares insights into the various methods such as; lip, vaso-lipo, compression garments, shots etc. Murray shares information about his High Intensity Training Boot Camp which includes workouts and meal guides.

    7/1/2014 listen   download 
  • Victoria Christopher Murray, author of Forever an Ex

    Victoria Christopher Murray, author of Forever an Ex talks about her new book featuring her characters, Sheridan, Asia and all learning lessons about letting go so you can move on with your life. The book also addresses forgiveness as a priority in life!

    6/26/2014 listen   download 
  • Divas Empowerment Conference

    Alma Davis, CEO of the Alma Davis Foundation, talks about the 2 day Divas Empowerment Conference which brings together corporations and individual survivors around the subject of domestic violence. The conference includes workshops and strategies to survive in spite of the violence. The weekend also includes a Dinner for Divas events where 150 women are formally dressed through donations and treated to a wonderful evening just to celebrate their survival. Davis also asked for donations of gowns as they are trying to refurnish their formal closet due to a flood in their storage unit.

    6/18/2014 listen   download 
  • Gala to support sickle cell patients

    Aretha Cleveland, founder of Winning the Battles in Your Mind, Inc. talks about her black tie gala to support sickle cell patients. Saving The Future One Tie At a Time is the second annual on-line launch of the campaign to raise funds for this disease which disproportionately affects people of color. ***Sasha talks with Doug Shipman, CEO of The National Center for Human Rights

    6/18/2014 listen   download 
  • Author of Partnership Parenting

    Dr. Kyle Pruett, Clinical Professor at Yale Child Study Center and author of Partnership Parenting, talks about the importance of dads in the life of a child and tips on how to be an engaged father. Pruett has produced a short film about dads entitled "How Love Works". ****Patrick Patterson, Manager of the National Responsible Fatherhood Clearinghouse talks about a new campaign entitled, "Take time to be a dad" encouraging fathers who are committed to responsible fatherhood. This campaign is a part of President Obama's Fatherhood and mentoring Initiative.

    6/18/2014 listen   download 
  • OJ:The Trial of the Century

    Filmmaker Nicole Rittenmeyer, talks about the impact of the OJ Simpson case 20 years ago this week in her film OJ:The Trial of the Century. She shows the support of OJ Simpson by blacks and whites as a beloved sports figure and personality; the back story of the attorneys; and then the final racial divide as the verdict is read.

    6/18/2014 listen   download 
  • Professor Devin Robinson, speaker, trainer, entrepreneur

    Professor Devin Robinson, speaker, trainer, entrepreneur and author of Power Moves talks about the difficulty of being in a relationship with an entrepreneur and gives 7 things we need to understand; weird schedules, odd hours, sporadic cash flow, missed events, always on the clock,strange acquaintances and much travel.

    6/10/2014 listen   download 
  • Nancy Lewis, CEO of Progressive Techniques

    Nancy Lewis, CEO of Progressive Techniques talks about the professional wellness during this awareness month. The first key is taking charge of your career and direction of it. Lewis talks about taking on more than you handle and balancing job, family and other responsibilities.

    6/10/2014 listen   download 
  • Ann Brashares, author

    Ann Brashares, author of Young adult fiction talks about her latest book Here and Now which tells the story of a group of people from another time period trying to adapt to life in the future. ***Krista Bremer talks about her true life story Jihad of the Heart. Krista, an American married an Indian from Pakistan and talks about their cultural differences and her trip to visit his family in India and how it affected their marriage.

    6/10/2014 listen   download 
  • Mary Torrence, President of Students without Mothers

    Mary Torrence, President of Students without Mothers talks about their annual scholarship program to award students. ****Sasha talks with Tamia Gilmore, CEO of Butterfly Girlz

    6/10/2014 listen   download 
  • Health- American Legion's Veterans Affairs

    Jacob Gadd, Deputy Director for the Health- American Legion's Veterans Affairs & Rehabilitation Division is calling for the resignation of the VA's Secretary Eric Shinseki and two his staff members for the deaths and deplorable upkeep of VA facilities around the country.

    6/2/2014 listen   download 
  • Hearing loss

    Dr. Debra Brooks, audiologist from Hi Health Innovations talks about hearing loss and how to protect our hearing by limiting exposure to loud music in our ears especially; using ear protection at loud concerts or sporting events; and any environment where it is extremely noisy.With our aging population, hearing loss affects more than 48 million Americans.

    6/2/2014 listen   download 
  • Spot a Stroke F.A.S.T.

    Dr. Aaron Anderson, Vascular Neurologist at Marcus Stroke and Neuroscience Center at Grady talks about a new American Stroke Association mobile APP campaign called Spot a Stroke F.A.S.T. which means F-face drooping A-arm weakness S-speech difficulty (slurring, unable to speak, hard to understand) T-Time to call 911 (quickly). Stroke association.org

    6/2/2014 listen   download 
  • Absent fathers

    Psychotherapist and relationship expert, Dr. Joyce Morley talks about fathers and if they are hearing the cries of their children. Dr. Morley speaks about crime, violence and the connection to not having an active father in the home.

    6/2/2014 listen   download 
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