What is it like growing up a black woman in the world today? Many of us feel bigotry, racism, prejudice is a thing of the past. After all, didn't we win this fight years ago when Martin Luther King made his famous walk to the White House?
Our special guest E. Joyce Moore is a writer of non-fiction and fiction, Author of 'SHIPS -- to be published in 2011 by All Things That Matter Press -- and an award winning book of poetry, Ramblings Through the Attic of Thought.
She has written several children's books which she looks forward to having published and is currently working on a screenplay and two novels. Joyce is also an advocate for the arts and a fine art curator.
Her websites: www.moorhamenterprises.yolasite.com
Listen to the show and hear this amazing woman's personal point of view. We at It Matter adore this unique lady.
Have a great love for animals? Had enough of the cruel sometimes deadly treatment they receive at the hands of their owners?
Join special guest-Michelle Berlanga, founder of The Patrick Movement, So. CA page, volunteer at A Wish For Animals , a non-profit all breed resue and creator of People-For-Paws, a Network seeking homes for soon to be euthanized animals.
If you're tired of the legal system categorizing our animals as objects, if you can't take one more of our beloved furry friends being mistreated, we invite you to listen to our show!
Ms. Bono will share experiences from using her unique gift of commuicating with animals through emotions, touch and color.
Her ability has enabled Patricia to help the rescued animals adjust to their new surroundings while healing their hearts, minds and souls.
Reiki, Therapeutic Touch, and Shaman are other tools used to overcome emotional upheaval.
Visit Patricia's Web-site: www.patriciabono.com
What part did sports play during the Nazi regimen? Was humanity realized by brave individuals or did they cower in fear?
Join author,Robert Rubenstein as we discuss this fascinating topic and his book, Ghost Runners.
A bit about the author:
I like to swim. I like to hike with a walking stick in the national parks. I especially like my senior pass which gets me in for free.I like being a senior walking on the boardwalk off the Coney Island shore. I realize that there is an American Dream that can come true, though often not in the way we expect it to. That, perhaps, is the real theme of my novel, and my life.
I taught Special Education in the New York Public School system and raised two children as a single parent. I am proud that Ghost Runners is currently being catalogued for inclusion in the bibliography of books of the 1936 Olympics in the U.S.Holocaust Memorial Museum.
I hope my novel does honor to the memories of Sam Stoller and Marty Glickman. I hope the silence that surrounds the real story of Sam Stoller will oneday be spoken. In Joshua Sellers, my protagonist, I could only imagine.