Self-Improvement

What Are Your Human Rights?

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This exciting video gives your audience knowledge of the history of human rights as well as 27 of the 30 human rights as listed in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.  Playing this video should greatly increase your audience knowledge of what their human rights are and from where they were derived.

In The Studio - Insights for Parents

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Lin Weaver hosts Dr. Anne Dunlea, Developmental Scientist.

insightforparents.com

topics discussed include: how parents communicate and connect with their kids, how kids communicate when they're young, the value of disconnecting from technology (e.g. phones and computers), importance of having conversations with your kids when they're young, "Educate yourself about child development," what Anne does in her practice.

Muslim American Contributions to Interfaith Dialogues - Part I

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Host Imam Mikal Shabazz is joined by Imam Abu Qadir Al-Amin, Imam Antar Jannah, and Imam Raqeeb Abdul-Jabbar.

A discussion of the history of Muslim American faith, during which we hear how our guests got involved in the faith, earlier interfaith efforts as the Nation of Islam progressed in its understanding and maturity, and how the Imams contributed to peace and understanding among all faiths. 

Recorded 11/17. 

In The Studio - Pathways to Employment

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Martha Teeter hosts Bill Pride, Executive Director, Davis Community Meals, and Julie Jenkins, Employee, Pathways to Employment.

employment.davispathways.org

topics discussed include: what is Pathways to Employment (hand up to individuals living homeless), what people employed are doing (downtown beautification), what it means to employees to have a job, website & how people can get involved through donations and job opportunities matched to participants in program.

Recorded 07/20/17.

In The Studio - Yolo Community Care Continuum

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Episode #719

Madeline Hamaguchi hosts Michele Kellogg, Executive Director YCCC, and Debbie Woodsford, Director of Development for YCCC.

y3c.org

topics discussed include: motivational interviewing, services to help live independent lives, help to get jobs for clients w/mental illness and the success it gives the clients, "The Farm" facility they have for training skills, a grant they received for The Farm.

Recorded: 06/15/17.

In The Studio - Women's Health: Heart Disease

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Autumn Labbe-Renault hosts Amparo Villablanca, Prof. of Cardiovascular Medicine, and Heather Caswell, Women's Heart Health Advocate.

womenshearthealth.ucdavis.edu

topics discussed include: National Women's Health Week May 14-20, women's heart health and the work being done by UCDavis Women's Cardiovascular Medicine Program.

Recorded 03/30/17.