Steven Satterfield is the executive chef and co-owner of Miller Union, an award-winning, seasonally-driven restaurant located in Atlanta’s Westside neighborhood. Since opening in 2009, the restaurant has received various honors on many national lists including Eater, Bon Appetit, Food & Wine and Esquire. In 2015, Satterfield released his first cookbook, Root to Leaf, to broad critical acclaim. In 2017, after four previous nominations, Satterfield was named Best …
A look back at the seminal year of the Boomer generation — 1967 and the Summer of Love — and the living legacy of the 60s subculture today? Danny Goldberg is one of the pioneers in the music industry and currently the president of Gold Village Entertainment, which rightfully promotes artist management. He has managed such bands as The Allman …
Listen to Doug Henwood, non-violent organizer and author of the new book, The Way Between, talking about non-violent resistance and honoring the humanity and listening to everyone— in conversation with Alison Rose Levy.
About 1,200 people were killed by police officers in the U.S. in the 12 months that ended in May, according to a federal report released Thursday. That number is much larger than government counts of police killings for earlier years — and is much more in line with private estimates. Criminal justice researchers have long argued that official counts of …
Ready For Love Radio Your Host & Life Coach Nikki Leigh
When civil rights groups learned that a county elections board planned to relocate the polling station for a predominately Black precinct in Macon, Georgia, to a local sheriff’s office, they warned election officials that the move would unfairly discourage turnout. The officials didn’t budge at first. Allegations of police brutality and the 2012 police killing of an unarmed Black manhave …
In the first half-hour, author and professor Carol Anderson
rejoins the Project Censored Show to discuss structural racism in the US,
especially in the context of the presidential campaign.
In the second half of the program, human-rights activists Hector Aristizabal and
Isabel Garcia speak about conditions on the US-Mexico border, and how multiple
US administrations have enforced border policies that bring death to many immigrants.
They also discuss the Border Convergence taking place October 7 – 10.
Ellen Kamhi PhD RN, www.naturalnurse.com, interviews Brenda Cobb, founder of the Living Foods Institute in Atlanta, Georgia. Brenda was diagnosed with breast and cervical cancer in 1999. She refused the surgery and chemotherapy that her doctor recommended because she had seen her own family members and friends diagnosed with the same type of cancers try these treatments and fail. Brenda set out on a journey to explore a natural way of healing and discovered Raw and Living Foods and Detoxification. Brenda began her healing journey in February 1999 and by September 1999 she was disease free. One of her medical doctors wrote the foreword to her first book praising her for the healing protocol that she developed to help herself and others.
What began as the biggest challenge in Brenda’s life turned into a wonderful gift to humanity. Since opening the Living Foods Institute Brenda has expanded her Healthy Lifestyle Course to help people heal on every level. She has spoken to many thousands of people around the world about the benefits of good nutrition and detoxification. In testimony after testimony people have found relief and healing by following Brenda’s Healthy Protocol. Brenda has written 10 books including “The Living Foods Lifestyle®” and has a CD on the benefits of Raw and Living Foods and a Healthy Lifestyle. She hosted the radio show, Living Well on WGUN 1010AM and has appeared live on CNN, ABC, NBC, CBS, and FOX networks. Brenda’s mission to help “Heal the World One Person at a Time” is being fulfilled very day as the internationally acclaimed Living Foods Institute is now known around the world. Contact: 800-844-9876 or 404-524-4488 www.livingfoodsinstitute.com Email Brenda@livingfoodsinstitute.com
On today’s Gary Null Show, Gary started the show with his “Health and Healing” segment. Here are the topics Gary discussed:
Can You Reverse Type 2 Diabetes?
Drop in body temperature linked to aging aggravates manifestations of Alzheimer’s disease.
Wisdom is a matter of both heart and mind, research finds.
Does sitting time decrease your lifespan (even if you exercise)?
An apple a day really can keep the doctor away. Apples slash the risk of heart attack or stroke by a third.
After a quick break,
Gary goes to a great video from Bibb County Superior Court Judge Verda Colvin in Georgia. Here is the link to the article and video:
Lastly, listen to Professor Michael Puett discuss “What the wisdom of ancient Chinese philosophers can teach us about living a healthier and better life in our modern world.” Here is his bio:
Professor Michael Puett is the Walter Klein Professor of Chinese History in the Department of East Asian Languages and Civilizations, and the Chair of the Committee on the Study of Religion at Harvard University. His areas of focus are on the interrelations between anthropology, history, religion and philosophy. Michael’s course in Classical Chinese Ethical and Political Theory – which introduces undergraduates to the postmodern relevancy of the timeless wisdom of the early Chinese sages — such as Confucius, Mencius, Lao Tsu, and Chuang Tsu — is the third most popular courses at Harvard after intro to economics and computer technology, and attracts up to 700 students. He has received multiple awards for his teaching and advising skills and has been named a Harvard College Professor in recognition of his dedication to undergraduate education. He earned his doctorate from the University of Chicago, and his most recent book “The Path: What Chinese Philosophers Can Teach Us About the Good Life” offers the timeless advice ancient Chinese thinkers to the challenges in our modern times.
USC foreign exchange student Ivan Tsang was the target of eggs and epithets earlier this week for doing nothing other than being Asian. “Ching chang chong motherf—– gay,” a white student allegedly yelled repeatedly while trying to pelt Tsang with three eggs, according to Tsang’s Facebook post. This comes 6 months after someone at a USC fraternity hurled a drink at an Indian student by calling her …
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