Susan Zimet has been the Executive Director of Hunger Action Network of New York State since February, 2015. Hunger Action Network is a membership organization of emergency food providers, advocates, faith groups and low-income individuals whose goal is to end hunger and its root causes, including poverty. Hunger Action Network has the dual goals of reducing hunger in the short term (e.g., increase funding for emergency food, stronger food stamp programs, more community gardens) while promoting long-term solutions such as universal health care, living wage jobs, and affordable housing. Susan has a long career in government and in media relations and marketing. She has dedicated herself to advocating on public policy issues such as property tax reform, protecting the environment, women’s rights and veteran’s rights. Prior to joining Hunger Action Network, Susan served as an elected official, representing the Town of New Paltz in both the Ulster County Legislature and as the Town Supervisor. She also served as Vice President, Associate Media Director at Grey Advertising and taught advertising and media at SUNY New Paltz. In addition to Hunger Action Network, Susan is also President of Zimet Group, Inc., a consulting and lobbying group, dedicated to bringing business and government together for the public good. Working in cooperation with many environmental partners, Susan was instrumental in helping to push through the historic moratorium in NYS on Fracking, back in 2007. The Zimet Group executive produced media campaigns against hydro-fracking, including; ‘I Love My New York Water” celebrity commercial, as well as “Water Rangers”. Susan is also the President of ‘Votes For Women 2020’, a not for profit dedicated to educating, celebrating and promoting the upcoming 100 th anniversary of a women’s right to vote. Susan has authored a book for young adults on the subject, which is scheduled to come out this year.
A look at the state of US economy – bail-ins, derivatives, austerity
Destiny Cards system is the original science of the common 52 playing cards. Each birth date of a person is assigned one of the 52 cards called Your Birth Card. Once you know your birth card, you will know who you are and be able to know in advance what will happen in area of love, family, work, finance, health, legal mattes, travel and your spiritual life. The cards will provide you the knowledge and self understanding for making better decisions and opening doors to opportunity. With knowledge from your cards and spiritual understanding, you can then face your fears and doubts to move forward with inner power and confidence.
The February 19 edition of Warrior Connection was a discussion- review about the events and then lasting impact of the explosions in the world trade center on Sept 11 2001 with the father of one of the brilliant young men who died as he entered the north tower lobby before any aircraft hit the building.
Updates on stock market bounce, Swiss voters stop corporate tax giveaway, why public are better than private schools, billionaires party
Hard interview with investigative reporter Bob Hennelly on immigration and more.”
REAL Founders are back to tune in love on Valentine’s Day! They share their favorite Valentine’s Day recipes and share food stories while traveling in Northern California.
On today’s program Vince is joined by former Scout Sniper (USMC), activist, filmmaker and his main compadre, the great Sergio Alexander Kochergin. Sergio and Vince served together in the Marine Corps and have been involved with progressive activism ever since. This is Part I of their two part conversation.
Continuing our ongoing discussion of Think And Grow Rich, by Napoleon Hill, this week we talk about Chapter 9: Persistence. While we don’t mention it in the show, one of the most interesting pieces of the chapter is the end where Hill talks about the persistence of Mohammad, the prophet of Islam. This example may not be popular among some folks today, showing just how much society has moved away from the concepts that built America.
We hosted activist Mimi German as she discussed how Portland is dealing with human beings living on its streets. We also touched upon the nuclear industry, poetry and took a few calls. One of our listeners is looking for partners in their film endeavor. More info by following the link here:http://vimeo.com/rgopalan
the scientific basis for EM radiation risks from cell towers, Wifi, and smart meters. An Senate two bills favoring the telecom and surveillance industries that will endanger people’s health