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LOA Today – 04.30.15

If you don’t enjoy what you do for a living, what options do you have? Experts suggest finding what you do want to do, and that’s a good idea. But what should you do in the meantime?

This week on LOA Today, we discuss enjoying what you do when you don’t enjoy what you do.

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What Women Must Know – 04.30.15

Lifting the Veil on Vaccine Dangers, the Vaccine Industry and the Risk to our Health with Dr. Suzanne Humphries

Dr. Suzanne Humphries is conventionally educated medical doctor who was a participant in the conventional system from 1989 until 2011. During those years she saw how often that approach fails patients and creates new diseases. Dr. Humphries is an outspoke critic of vaccinations and is a passionate educator to help people discover the true history and dangers of vaccinations. She is the author of Dissolving Illusions: Disease, Vaccines, and The Forgotten History by Suzanne Humphries MD. drsuzanne.net

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Leid Stories – 04.30.15

Making Their Bones in Baltimore (Part 2)

The crisis in Baltimore has become a backdrop for media hounds, political pundits, talking heads and just about every variety of sound-byte opportunist. Yet the systemic problems that are the Gordian knot around the embattled city are again being given short shrift.
Even the “liberal” media are fully engaged in providing “coverage” that has more to do with sensationalism, stereotype and self-promotion than getting at the root of systemic problems that belie claims of social, political, economic and racial progress in America.
Leid Stories tackles the issue head on.

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The Gary Null Show – 04.30.15

Today, paying attention to pollutants in our air. What happens when a black site appears in the US exclusively for US citizens? Also, more on American exceptionalism and media perceptions concerning Nigeria. How organic farming can reverse agricultural problems.

Plus: Why climate science does not convince more people and how a new psychology might accelerate constructive climate action, with Per Espen Stoknes.

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iEat Green – Lauren Groveman, Author of Strengthening Lives Through Cooking and Baking – 04.30.15

My guest is Lauren Groveman, a fellow chef and culinary professional, with a deep commitment to promoting the nurturing, loving dimension of thoughtfully prepared and shared home cooked meals to help heal and restore even the most hectic household and/or fragmented family. Lauren is also an award winning author, television and radio host, recipe developer and teacher. She is the President and Founder of the not-for-profit company called Hands-On-Food, Inc., which teaches culinary arts and life skills, along with empowerment concepts, to high-risk individuals, including incarcerated female inmates on Rikers images-1Island, where she, through her company, built a teaching kitchen in the female high-school facility. She taught on Rikers Island for 11 years, before leaving there to create a culinary program in a Brooklyn facility, for female adolescents. Please join me in welcoming Lauren, and learning more about her cooking style and non-profit work.