Monthly Archives: April 2017

According to the  National Education Association Over 3.2 million students are victims of bullyingeach year. Approximately 160,000 teens skip school every day because of bullying. 17% of American students report being bullied 2 to 3 times a month or more within a school semester. One organization is deflating that number by spreading kindness.

Meet Julie Cahow, the 16 year-old founder of Postiviti an anti-bullying and emotional support organization that positions itself  to affirm, encourage, and support students of all backgrounds on a global level. 

High schooler, Juliet Cahow, (pictured above,) and her quest for silencing bullying, has lead her to star Positivit, an organization that is purposed to affirm, encourage, and support students internationally. High schooler, Juliet Cahow, (pictured above,) and her quest for silencing bullying, has lead her to star Positivit, an organization that is purposed to affirm, encourage, and support students internationally.Founder Juliet Cahow was selected as Endeavor Elementary’s Outstanding Volunteer of the Year and as an OCPS Outstanding Volunteer of the Year nominee for her establishment of Positiviti Junior. Photo Credit/ Juliet Cahow ( Positiviti.Weebly.Com)

 

 

Through its website, partnerships with schools, organizations, and provided resources for those to get involved, Positivi was created with to serve as online safe-haven, in addition to its  social media outlets such as Instagram  and Facebook that  provide students with additional words of optimism throughout the day!

 

 

Get Involved with Postiviti Now and follow them in action on Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, and Instagram

Spreading Love through Social Media, Positiviti provides positive vibes and resources on a daily basis!

Follow Positiviti on Instagram @Simplypositiviti

 

Miss Mathilda is a rising Singer and Songwriter, Miss Mathilda is a rising star with a unique way of showcasing her musical prowess through her latest EP Release.

 

We spoke with the Swedish and Berklee School of music graduate about her late singles from her Self-Titled: EP,

on going music projects and delving more inside about the musicians roots and inspiration as a singer and songwriter. Full Interview:

 

 

Miss Mathilda Official Bio

MISS MATHILDA

Miss Mathilda Skonare Karlsson is a Swedish singer and songwriter based in Stockholm. She has worked and studied with well-known names in the music industry and received a degree in fine arts at Berklee College of Music in 2013. In the fall of 2015 she debuted with her first single Color to Color, which was followed by Creep and Best Friends Heart.

Playing the classical piano and violin since an early age has influenced her songwriting, where storytelling is at the heart of the music. Portrayed as dreamy and edgy, her sound may be described as reverie pop, fused with a hint of orchestral elements.

MUSIC TO MOTION PICTURES

Miss Mathilda has been working on various projects composing music to video games, TV and theatre productions.

In 2013 the Stockholm based video game company Poppermost Productions launched their game SNOW, which she wrote music to. Later the same year she did the sound production to the production of the play “Elva Edsvurna”

performed at theatre Giljotin in Stockholm.

In the fall of 2016 she completed writing the music score to the TV series “Hemma Hos Björnen” produced by Chimichurri Produktion, which will air later in 2017.

Be sure to follow all of Miss Mathida’s musical whereabouts on Spotify , iTunes Facebook and Instagram

 

 

 

From school, employment and clinical based provided services, SARRC's mission is to assist families in their journey once their child has been diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder through adulthood. https://www.autismcenter.org/ From school, employment and clinical based provided services, SARRC’s mission is to assist families in their journey once their child has been diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder through adulthood. https://www.autismcenter.org/

 

 

 

This week we focus on a integral organization that is a cornerstone provider in helping advocating for those on autism spectrum. through ample resources such diagnosis tools and transitional programs and services for all ages,

Established in 1997,the Southwest Autism Research & Resource Center (SARRC) is a community-based nonprofit organization that has been a cutting edge provider serving those on the Autism spectrum and beyond.

SARRC’s team consists of highly trained and educated clinicians which provides services that not only impact the lives of individuals with autism, but also their parents, grandparents, siblings, teachers, physicians, psychologists, educators, and therapists.

From school, employment and clinical based provided services, SARRC’s mission is to assist families in their journey once their child has been diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder through adulthood.
Radio Free Phoenix’s Michael Thomas, Jr. spoke with  AMY KENZER, PH.D., BCBA-D
VICE PRESIDENT AND CLINICAL SERVICES DIRECTOR of the Southwest Autism Research & Resource Center on the various resources, services, and programs provided by SARRC.

For more information regarding SARRC and it’s service visit them on https://www.autismcenter.org, Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, and Instagram.

 

 

The Conservative Millennial!s. Allie Stuckey strives to inform and affirm Conservatives and millennials alike through social media. The Conservative Millennial!s. Allie Stuckey strives to inform and affirm Conservatives and millennials alike through social media.

Photo Courtesy of Allie Stuckey/”The Conservative Millennial, Facebook. and www.theconservativemillennialblog.com  


Listen to the full interview here:

 

 

The past United States Presidential and Senate election surprised the world over as President Trump won America’s electoral vote to become The United States of America’s 45th President while.

Republicans then added  five more state House chambers and two state Senate chambers in last week’s election, while Democratic control was reduced to levels not seen since during the Civil War.

A certain historical route to an election unlike anything ever seen in modern times. It’s pretty fair to admit this past election was one of the most polarizing ones in recent memory.  The first non establishment elected nominee, running against the first ever female presidential candidate in US history.

Across both spectrums of America political ideologies, the topics of numerous and integral issues surrounding Americans continued to emerge one after another as the preceding, 44th President of the United States of America, Barack Obama and his administration prepared to leave office upon a full term in The White House as leader of the free world.

As Obama’s tenure carried on from the first term to another, Democrats under the leadership of Barack H. Obama and the Democratic Party has been nearly decimated losing a total of 900+ state legislature seats, 12 governors, 69 House seats, 13 Senate seats in his 8 years of president.

Under President Obama’s administration, race, domestic terror, and division continued to become  prevalent as issues surrounding our economy, the war and fear of terror from ISIS grew and America’s views on race, religion, and respect for police officers other public servants continued to be portrayed as corrupt and unlawful.

Much of this outcry came to surface across national and mainstream media. It seemed news outlets and its subsidiaries continued to further alter and hide the truth from both ends of the political spectrum on the real and true issues concerning the US and beyond. While division continued to increase, the Obama administration continued to back down by jumping to radical conclusions before being handled in the court of law.

Come 2016 both Presidential nominees came face to face through that of  Hilary R. Clinton and now, President Donald J. Trump. The mainstream media of America spewed at each as its left-leaning outlets did their best to oust a and portray anyone who dared to lean right, let alone vote for the eventual Republican Presidential nominee and eventual elected 45th President, Donald J. Trump.

Barack Obama and his party along with its majority-supporting mainstream media continued to portray anyone who had dared to be a right-leaning, let alone a registered Republican to being labeled as a misogynist, elitist, fascist, backwards, “bible thumping” among other negative attributes to describe Americans who associated with such ideology or support Donald J. Trump for President. Soon, many Americans, aliginig with that of Conservative principles, ideologies, and political affiliation, began to feel their constitutional rights as Americans, threatened and vilified.

As the media continued to force its left-leaning agenda in order to be more aligned with the concerns of the American establishment under President Obama’s administration and their agenda-driven ideas, Americans felt the need to voice their thoughts and seek other ways of receiving news rather than opinions, lacking of all, instead of some of the facts at-hand.

As the progression of social media made wave, much through Obama’s two terms, so did out-spoken people as they took to social media platforms to voice their concerns and ideas concerning America. The 5th estate has soon become an open source of news and ideas, beyond those belonging to major news corporations.

Allie Stuckey is one of those with a big voice, who spoke out to share many of her views and concerns for her country and her rights as a Conservative American. The twenty-something millennial and self-titled  “Conservative Millennial” of her vlog/blog by the same name, Allie soon realized her passion and talent for writing, speaking, and her conservative values were important to share with others.

Ms. Stuckey began her blog in hopes to not report, “ nor represent the thoughts of all millennials or conservatives, just mine.” Expressing the ability to sharing her values of a conservative through the ways of the internet.  Allie expressed that her vlog/blog is there to give millennials or Conservatives such as herself and provide  affirmation and a place to express such thoughts more freely.

“Before last year those following my blog post were “maybe my Grandmother and Mom.”Allie laughingly expresses finding great appreciation to the attention and opportunities.

Since last year, Ms. Stuckey has utilized her ever-growing following and knowledge through her education in communication and marketing by speaking with business and political PACs to reach millennials and Conservatives such as herself.

Starting this year you can now find Ms. Stuckey on the Glenn Beck owned and operated, Blaze TV as a contributor on numerous shows including, her own hosted half hour segment, “For What it’s Worth” from 4:30 PM – 5 PM to EST on Dish Network and TheBlaze.com

Ms. Stuckey is a non traditionalist in the sense that Stuckey did not earn a degree or serve a career in politics.

Ms. Stuckey has rather infused her knowledge, education, beliefs  through her devout passion to form ideas that allow others to become better aware of policy and issues how their voices matter more than ever. Allie Stuckey, The Conservative Millennial heralds herself as a “vlogger determined to break the stereotypes that all millennial are clueless, all conservatives are out of touch and all cat lovers are liberal.”

According to a recent  Gallup Report Americans’ trust and confidence in the mass media “to report the news fully, accurately and fairly” has dropped to its lowest level in Gallup polling history, with 32% saying they have a great deal or fair amount of trust in the media. This is down eight percentage points from last year.

Allie Stuckey, also known as, The Conservative Millennial from the vlog/blog of the same name, continues to serve as a platform for those who are young voters, or perhaps those with opposing voices rather than of what the mainstream media considers as normal. The Conservative Millennial blog and vlog is making way to let others as well share and voice their concerns outside the realm of controlled media across the country and beyond.

Radio Free Phoenix’s Michael Thomas, Jr. sat down down for a call with, The Conservative Millennial,  Ms. Stuckey, who called in to the studio to talk about her recent climb to prominence and how she strives to remove the stigma of being young and Conservative in America.

Be Sure to follow Stuckey

and

The Conservative Millennial on Facebook, YouTube, Instagram and at Theconservativemillennialblog.com

 

Catch "The Conservative Millenia"l, Ms. Allie Stuckey Monday-Thursday 3:30CT/4:30ET on TheBlaze! Catch “The Conservative Millennial” Ms. Allie Stuckey every on For What it’s Worth” from 4:30 PM – 5 PM to EST on Dish Network and TheBlaze.com

 

 

“Sesame Street” introduce the newest Muppet, Julia. “Sesame Street” introduce the newest Muppet, Julia.

 

During this month of April which makes National Autism Awareness Month. Radio Free Phoenix will be showcasing those making a difference in their area to help with a diagnosis for autism and its spectrum disorders.

according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Autism is a spectrum of developmental disorders that can cause social, communication, and behavioral challenges,

and those in the spectrum of autism can range from severely challenged to being highly gifted.

As of 2016, about 1 in every 68 school-aged children has autism. Between 2000 and 2010, this number increased by about 119 percent.

This week we focuse on a very familiar name in children and public education.

Entering its 47th season The show producers for long running Sesame Street hope that Julia, a young Muppet girl with red hair and bright green eyes, will help “reduce the stigma” attached to the condition of autism spectrum disorders.

The character already exists in print and digital storybooks and is part of an initiative called “Sesame Street and Autism: See Amazing in All Children.”

Julia makes her TV debut in the US on April 10th on Youtube, HBO and PBS.

Jeanette Betancourt, Sesame Workshop’s senior vice president of US social impact,

Express the years of research behind Julia, expressing; ”

We wanted to reduce the stigma often found around these children

Jeanette Betancourt, Sesame Workshop

Sesame Street has been on the air since 1969, and features a host of incredibly famous characters including Big Bird,

Bert and Ernie, Elmo and the Cookie Monster. In Julia’s debut episode, Julia is expected to demonstrate some

common characteristics of autism. The scenario will begin when Sesame staple and beloved character, Big Bird is

introduced to her, Julia ignores him.

Confused, Big Bird thinks “that maybe she didn’t like me”.

But the other Muppets tell him: “She does things just a little differently.”

Listen to the full feature here: