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    Monkey Pox, COVID and Flu: Addressing Challenges of School-Based Nursing Today

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    Join us on Tuesday, September 6 @ 6pm EST for an important conversation with Dr. Linda Mendonça to talk about what U.S. schools are doing to prepare nurses and staff for a possible Monkeypox outbreak and what toll the past two years has had on the school nursing profession. Linda has been a registered nurse for 42 years practicing school nursing for 25 years, overseas and in five states as a military spouse. Her school nursing career includes experience with pre-K to high school students in many states. She has vast experience with current best practice and new initiatives in school health, including the need for data collection in school nursing practice to best meet the needs of students and facilitate their academic success. With the practice of school nursing in the arena of public health, Dr. Mendonça pursued education and certification in public health nursing. She earned her Master of Science in advanced public health nursing and her Doctor of Nursing Practice in Transformative Systems Leadership from Rush University in Chicago. She has served on school nursing organization boards on the state and national levels. Dr. Mendonça is President of the National Association of School Nurses (2021-2023) and a Fellow in the National Academy of School Nursing. Her current professional roles include being an Assistant Professor teaching community/public health nursing at Rhode Island College School of Nursing and providing consultation in school nursing for the Rhode Island Department of Health. One of her passions is environmental health and she was selected to participate in a year-long fellowship with the Alliance of Nurses for a Healthy Environment 2019-2020. Throughout her career, Dr. Mendonça made time to volunteer with the American Red Cross and disaster medical assistance teams with medical reserve corps.

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    MHHS Eyes Wide Open Circle of Readers

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    Join us Tuesday 12 Safar 1444 (9/6/22 CCY) @ 9:00pm for MHHS Eyes Wide Open Circle of Readers
    Book: To Hell Or Barbados by Sean O'Callaghan Reading - IV
    This is the Uniting of Asia – Family
    We must activate our voice with law and speak with our Writs!!!
    Listen via the internet @ http://www.blogtalkradio.com/mhhs-eyeswideopen, or to listen via telephone, call 563-999-3403, Press ‘1’ to speak.
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  • 01:01

    Weedsday Wednesday A Live, Cannabis Marijuana Radio Show 2022!

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    Welcome to Weedsday Wednesday!
    The #1 Marijuana Cannabis Radio Podcast! 
    Everything you ever want to know about cannabis marijuana!
    We'll talk about cannabis, marijuana, cbd, thc, hash, weed, pot or anything else you want to call this beautiful plant!
    Join us for Cannabis Interviews, strain reviews, product reviews, news and information about anything and everything marijuana related in Tucson, Arizona and the World at Large!
    We'll share what's happening with all of the medical marijuana and recreational laws for The State of Arizona and everything marijuana happening in our exciting little trail dust town!
    Call in to join us live (646) 915-8421!

  • 01:57

    S3-E31 The 8 Weeks Of Abolition (Week 1) W/Guest Savannah Eldrige of the ASNN

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    We are back LIVE! The ASNN's new lead organizer Savannah Eldrige, joins Max and Yusuf as we enter the final 8 weeks of abolishing constitutional slavery in 5 states.  It's been a few weeks and there's so much to speak about. Priority #1 is the #Freedom5. There's only 8 weeks left and we want to make sure you know what you can do to help make history and permanent change in the nation.  Without a doubt our plan is to win in all 5 states. Alabama, Vermont, Louisiana, Oregon, and Tennessee.   Of course we'll have incredible new music mixes and we'll bring the ancestors voices back to life for a new generation on our Bridging The Gap segment.  If you're a slavery abolitionist, don't miss a single one of the next 8 episodes of Abolition Today! The future depends on you. Let's make our envisioned future a reality.   

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    UFO'S and UAP'S Gillian Green

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    The Mission IS Possible!

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    The mission of Masjidul Waritheen is to promote peace, stability, equality, liberty, and dignity within the ummah and within the society at large; to implement the law of Al-Islam in all affairs of the ummah; to produce and maintain an environment which promotes the development of Islamic character in every individual, and which promotes in every individual the will to obey Allah in accordance with Islamic beliefs; to remove all obstacles to its mission; and, to carry the call of Al-Islam to the whole world.

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    SundayClassRoundUp: Women & Crime (1st 2 weeks of class)

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    Dr. Mustakeem speaks on the 1st two weeks of classes of fall 2022, women and crime class as well as her criminality class. The 1st weeks brought unexpected much and through it learning happened!
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    A Chat in the Garden with Monique A. J. Smith

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    Jessica Brown is the Vice President for Student Affairs and Athletics at North Central College. In her role, she leads all efforts related to student life, including partnering with others across campus to build and strengthen an inclusive and engaged community, and ensuring that students receive the support they need to thrive at North Central College and beyond. Jessica oversees an athletics department that features 27 varsity-level sports and is one of the winningest athletics programs in NCAA Division III history with 40 team national championships.
    Prior to North Central, Jessica was Dean of Student Services, Engagement, and Leadership at Eureka College in Eureka, Illinois, where she also served as Title IX Coordinator, Head Women’s Volleyball Coach and Senior Woman Administrator.
    A native of Grand Rapids, Michigan, Jessica earned her bachelor of science degree in recreation, health and human development from Western Michigan University, where she was a four-year starter on the women’s volleyball team. She received her master of education degree from Concordia-Portland University and is currently pursuing a Ph.D. in higher education administration at Illinois State University.
    Jessica enjoys volunteering within the community and serving as a mentor to Black women and girls.
    Join us on A Chat in the Garden with Monique A. J. Smith at 10:00 am EST. Come listen to our guest’s career path, her advice for others & current initiatives...A Chat in the Garden with Monique A.J. Smith, where Significance Blooms. Listen via 563-999-3513 or www.chatinthegarden.com. This is Season 9. Seasons 1-5 (and soon Season 6) can be found on 200plus.expert, previously broadcasted on Survival Broadcast Network. Seasons 7 & 8 are at www.chatinthegarden.com.

  • 03:03

    Tarhaka Presents Civilization Started In Africa not in India, China, or Europe

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    Special Guest Dr. Walter Williams
    1. Where on Earth did Civilization begin?
    2. Where did the so-called black people in American come from?
    3. Did African Americans all come to America from Africa?
    4. Where did the mound builders come from?
    5. What is inside the congressional records?
    6. Where are the Negros in Egypt in North Africa?
    7. What did the Egyptians call themselves?
    8. Who created the word Egypt and Egyptian?
    9. What does the word aboriginal mean?
    10. Where is the place known as Kemet located on earth?
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    The Medlock Post Ep. 50: Article V: Convention of States

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    Article V of the U.S. Constitution gives states the power to call a Convention of States to propose amendments. It takes 34 states to call the convention and 38 to ratify any amendments that are proposed.

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