$.D.M.B.$ , Original names Charles Homony, He joined Hip-hop music industry from Uganda since 1998 when he was by the age of 11 years old and indeed he still flow Hip- hop, He explained that he is still looking forward to see that Hip-hop is to Africa coz what he knows Hip-hop originated from Africa and is mostly done by the Africans. He began Rapping in his native language Acholi found in northern Uganda that first made him famous in his country. His first album was dominated by Acholi rapping tracks as Lutino, Mina-woro.
When asked for the meaning of lutino and mina-woro,he explained “lutino means children and I came up with this composition purposely to support young children who have got clear futures and are being neglected, mistreated by their parents, mina-woro means give me respect, I also came up with this composition because women and young gals were never at all having respect to their parents and husbands which made me annoyed and began teaching them using Hip-hop how have both internal and external behaviors”.
British-born actress Archie Panjabi, best known to millions of TV viewers as the sultry, enigmatic investigator Kalinda Sharma on the hit CBS series, “The Good Wife,” has teamed up with the humanitarian organization Rotary International to protect children everywhere by eradicating the paralyzing disease polio.
And her involvement extends beyond simply lending her name and celebrity to a cause – she has witnessed the devastation caused by polio.
To view Multimedia News Release, go to http://www.multivu.com/mnr/61751-rotary-international-and-archie-panjabi-this-close-to-ending-polio-psa
With Arizona facing its share of tragedies lately – economically, politically and most recently the wildfires which have impacted thousands of residents – the community has found comfort in rallying together to celebrate the grand opening of the new Phoenix Children’s Hospital. The campus of Arizona’s only hospital 100 percent for children grew from 345 licensed beds to 465, and will ultimately house 626 licensed beds at full build-out, expected in 2013.
To view Multimedia News Release, go to http://multivu.prnewswire.com/mnr/phoenixchildrenshospital/50358/
We Learn a Lot From Our Children
The other thing I had was meditation as taught to me by my young son Andrew – wow, can’t we learn a lot from our children. Andrew taught me meditation, and I was meditating – endeavouring to get some sort of peace, some sort of clarity … that sort of thing and I knew it was good for relaxation, stress release, anxiousness and all that sort of thing.
The Greatest Wake Up Call
So I already knew all of that, so I did it. And you know what? I got the greatest wake up call that you could ever get. It was like a whack across the head … and this was it: “Hey, if you persist in being hateful, angry and vengeful … then you’re going to end up like that! Wow! In other word, if I talked to myself 65,000 times a day, then I am going to be another victim … and who has done it to me? Me … haven’t I. I’ve done it to myself.
By Sandy MacGregor – http://www.selfimprovementdeals.com
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Christmas is full of adventure when the family decides to go on a holiday road trip all over America in this delightful Christmas picture book written by award-winning author, Dandi Daley Mackall. New sights and ways to celebrate the birth of Jesus abound. All this plus the special visits with family and friends turn the holidays into seventeen wonderful Christmases. Learn more about the book here: http://bit.ly/cnyk6y and its author here: http://bit.ly/cnXLIU and the illustrator here: http://bit.ly/a2Uzao
Golfers are encouraged to hit the links Labor Day Weekend (Aug. 30 – Sept. 2), as facilities across the country host Patriot Golf Day events for the seventh year. Facilities will collect donations and raise awareness for Folds of Honor, a non-profit organization which provides educational scholarships for the children and spouses of military service men and women killed or disabled while serving our country.
To view Multimedia News Release, go to http://www.multivu.com/mnr/62587-folds-of-honor-patriot-golf-day-military-children-spouse-scholarships
Columbus businessman Scott Ressmeyer and 11 friends have started their 2013 Scott’s Ride for Miracles, a 21-day, 9,000-mile, 48-state motorcycle trek to raise awareness and money to benefit Children’s Miracle Network at The Medical Center in Columbus, Ga. The Miracle Send-Off Ceremony was held at 11:30 a.m. Friday morning, then at noon, the riders revved up their Harley engines and roared out of The Medical Center.
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Nine of 10 kids aged 8-16 have viewed pornography on the Internet, often in the process of doing homework
Students were most at risk for cybersex compulsions due to a combination of increased access to computers, more private leisure time, & developmental stage characterized by increased sexual awareness & experimentation. Both computer classes & colleges might need to recognize this increased vulnerability and institute new primary prevention strategies.
One in five children ages 10-17 have received a sexual solicitation over the Internet
Every 25 seconds, or 1.35 million times a year, a young athlete suffers a sports injury severe enough to go to the emergency room, according to a new research report released today by Safe Kids Worldwide.
The report, “Game Changers,” made possible with support from Johnson & Johnson, takes an in-depth look at data from the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission’s National Electronic Injury Surveillance System (NEISS) to explore what type of injuries are sidelining young athletes.
The report also revealed that knee injuries account for one in ten sports-related injuries. Knee injuries, specifically tears to the anterior cruciate ligament (ACL), are disproportionately affecting young female athletes, who are up to eight times more likely to have an ACL injury than male athletes.
To view the Multimedia News Release, go to http://www.multivu.com/mnr/62822-safe-kids-worldwide-over-1mil-children-sports-related-emergency-visits