Lauren went on to discuss Mental Health Issues concerning what “Moral Injury” is, she eventually went for counseling, and the stigma surrounding Mental Health, especially for Military Veterans!
Betsy and Chris discussed what went on in Newark, New Jersey when the National Guard was called in to patrol the streets, and how there is now a difference in accountability concerning police actions. There were 26 people killed during the five-day riots…
Why is there no media coverage when a person of color goes missing or a Native American?
Eli believes that man should turn back to nature to avoid his inner nature, yin, and yang, masculine vs. feminine, and that by learning to meditate could avoid man’s thirst for war and dominion.
Franklin D. Roosevelt was very concerned about public opinion and knew the majority of Americans didn’t want immigrants coming here to America. Hilter studied many methods from America and then he adopted them in Europe.
Betsy Wurzel ends the program with personal experiences in growing up in the 1960s and ’70s, where anti-Semitism and discrimination against the Jews still continues within the U.S., Betsy also mentioned an excellent book about growing up with Anti-Semitism.
“When Evan and Coop both notice alarming physical and psychological changes, they know they must leave 1946 … or die trying. Will they remain trapped in the 1940s, or can they solve the problem of time travel and escape back to their own…
Taking inspiration from war veterans, Jill Amijo has dedicated her life to helping others.
“A moving story of a woman who made a difference in the aftermath of the most iconic battle of World War II, the Battle of Normandy. It is a primer on the history of that transformational time and every generation will be inspired…
Ukraine, not politics or sports, should be our focus right now!