This podcast focuses upon the importance of civil rights within the academic arena; it highlights the importance of establishing an atmosphere free of discrimination, regardless of an individual’s race, color, national origin, age, sex and disability. In addition to providing active and applicable definitions to many of terms associated with civil rights, the podcast also confronts various scenarios that might hinder future civil rights compliance.
As I was surfing the web for the first time these past few weeks. I had the same thought over and over again in my head. All of these web sites feel a little like lost voices in the void hoping to land in your lap (top), to inspire, refresh and ponder the profound and the profoundly strange. What is this urge to tell our stories to effectively no one and everyone? I realized then, that besides this slow burn in my belly to do this, I really I want to learn as much about the topic as you do. And so, through sharing my experience, I re-learn what it was that I wanted to learn in the first place and why, and to deepen my understanding of my subject. I haven't yet seen Recreating Eden , or smelled all 892 roses in the Pickering Nurseries catalogue, and I certainly don't have all of the answers (and wouldn't it be lovely if I did). It's just that I am really out there every day seeing, doing and observing, and why not share it with you gentle reader? For it is you that I think about when I make a garden. To bring serenity and joy to your day when you stop to smell the roses I have chosen and planted for one of my customers, in your neighbourhood. Oh that was cheesy! cheesy but heart felt. I am glad I wrote it. Enjoy my site and my podcasts.
By Beth Lawrence
Love nature? You'll love Nature's Voice. Each month we'll bring you features, interviews and news of birds and wildlife, from back gardens to the Sumatran rainforest. If you can't get enough, try dipping into our back catalogue. We'll take you soaring with birds of prey, look back over 30 years of Big Garden Birdwatch, offer wildlife gardening advice and hear from celebrity wildlife lovers like Bill Oddie and Kate Humble. To make sure you get each new edition as soon as it’s published, why not become a subscriber? It's free and simple!
Psurkit is a platform (re)presenting the music and culture of New Zealand (Aotearoa) and gathering together a community of widely dispersed free agents on a regular basis for discussion, expression and experience. With regular momentum and consistent beats of news, views and attitudes, Psurkit is a base for exploration and adventure into the music and cultural expression emanating from the globally isolated (yet technologically integrated) island cluster nestling between the Pacific, Tasman and southern water masses. Drawing on history, driving for longevity, striving for integrity, Psurkit is in the process of creating a benchmark for the growth and evolution of music and culture in this country and beyond. Psurkit traverses the realms of audio, video, indoor and outdoor socialising, liaison with like-minded artists, conferencing and (un)conventions - creating a relationship for its community by representing values and knowledge in all formats.
"Our Ocean World" is a daily radio feature that brings listeners around the world news and information about issues related to the ocean. The show presents solutions to shared problems and suggestions on how listeners can help preserve our most vital natural resource. "Our Ocean World" is hosted by Marilyn Cooley, a top radio host in Washington, D.C., and airs on hundreds of radio stations around the world.
By Finger Lakes Productions
By Douglas Lain