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Relay For Life 2014 - American Cancer Society Topeka, KS
 
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Walk for cancer survivors and to honor those who fought the fight.
Views: 11 TAWN
American Cancer Society - "Live"
 
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This is a short film I put created for the 2011 Couture for Cancer event in Topeka, KS. Each of the stars of this video are cancer survivors.
Views: 101 Brian Foster
IN/OUT Reunion Benefit Show | Topeka Live Music
 
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Members of the popular Topeka band IN/OUT from the 80's talk about their upcoming reunion show to benefit The American Cancer Society and Hope Lodge. http://facebook.com/inout.topeka Come see the band 6pm May 21st, 2011 at the Kansas Grill in Downtown Topeka.
Views: 264 Topekaism
IN/OUT Reunion Benefit Show | Topeka Live Music
 
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The popular 80's Topeka band talks about their plans to get back together after 20 years for a benefit show for The American Cancer society and Hope Lodge. Come to the Kansas Grill in downtown Topeka at 6pm, May 21st, 2011 http://facebook.com/inout.topeka
Views: 94 John Ringgold
Talk About Topeka - TV #155 - 05/19/15
 
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-- Michael Griffin with the American Cancer Society's Relay For Life -- Vince Frye discusses Downtown Topeka -- James Prout discusses a photography contest for a vacation getaway. -- Gene Howerter tells us about an opportunity to see Senator Bob Dole at the Combat Air Museum.
Views: 21 TalkAboutTopeka
Jean G. Ford, M.D. - The Hopkins 4K for Cancer
 
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Jean G. Ford, M.D., Associate Professor, Director, Cancer Disparities Program, Sidney Kimmel Comprehensive Cancer Center speaks to us at the send off in Baltimore Inner Harbor. The Center is one of the recipients of the funds raised for the 4K. The Hopkins 4K for Cancer is a completely student run, non-profit organization dedicated to uniting communities across the country in the fight against cancer. We have a three-fold misison: spreading awareness, raising funds, and fostering hope. Each summer, the students of Hopkins 4K undertake a 4,000-mile, two month bicycle trek from the Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore , Maryland to the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco , California . This year, we have pledged $40,000 to the American Cancer Society's Hope Lodge in Baltimore, a temporary residence for cancer patients and their families. We have also pledged $10,000 specifically to the education and prevention programs at the Sidney Kimmel Comprehensive Cancer Center at Johns Hopkins and $5,000 to the Carolina Panthers' Keep Pounding Foundation for cancer research at the Carolinas Medical Center. By the time we reach San Francisco , we hope to donate many more dollars to other meaningful cancer organizations that inspire us along the way. We are working to help ease the pain that cancer has placed upon our families, friends and loved ones. Each morning we wake up early and bike 70 to 110 miles through America 's landscape, sharing our passion for our cause with everyone we meet. The trek will be a physical, mental, and spiritual battle, but it is one that we are excited to undertake. On the road we will dedicate much of our time to community service, such as helping with the Relay for Life in Cleveland , OH and visiting cancer patients at the Midland Hospice in Topeka , KS . We have been astonished at the number of incredible people we have met during these meaningful projects. We often find ourselves feeding off their strength in order to climb over the next set of mountains in front of us. Our nightly stops in churches and community centers also provide great opportunities for us to share our experiences with our gracious hosts. We hope that by sharing our enthusiasm throughout the journey, we will impress our passion for service upon others. 4K History Hopkins 4K for Cancer began in the fall of 2001 when co-founders Leah Blom and Ryan Hanley, sophomores at Johns Hopkins University , decided to combine their desire to do their part in the fight against cancer with their dream of cycling across the United States . This 4,000-mile journey from Baltimore to San Francisco was inspired by the memory of Ryan's father, the late John Hanley, who died in 1995 from cancer. 2007 is Hopkins 4K's sixth year. H4K has raised over $300,000 and has been recognized with several awards. In our first year, we were named the American Cancer Society's "Special Event of the Year" and were presented with the first ever Pioneer Award, an honor specially created for our "innovative, creative, and trailblazing efforts in the fight against cancer." Last year, we received the "Outstanding Youths in Philanthropy Award" from the Association of Fundraising Professionals as well as the Excalibur Award from the ACS for exceptional dedication to the fight against cancer. The Cause We will educate ourselves on the issue of cancer and remember those who have been affected by the disease. We will draw on our idealism and help spread awareness about cancer across the country. We will communicate with each other and work to create unity. We will follow through on our commitments and our word. We will be honest with each other and ask for help when we need it. We will motivate and support each other to do the best job possible. We will not yield to limitations. We owe it to each other and everyone who is inflicted with this disease to make this trip the experience and achievement of a lifetime. We dedicate all of the proceeds coming from our year of hard work towards cancer research in the Mid-Atlantic Region of the American Cancer Society
Views: 960 GoodNewsBroadcast
Officer Fatally Shoots Woman Swinging Large Ax with Skull At Him
 
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An ax-wielding woman was shot dead by a Tennessee cop as she walked toward him after she stabbed another officer trying to serve her an eviction notice, authorities said. Laronda Sweatt was fatally shot by Officer James Spray Gaafter she allegedly threatened him with an 18-inch ax with an elaborately designed skull. She was walking toward the cop as he yelled for her to "get on the ground" and "drop it," according to body camera footage released by the Gallatin Police Department.
Views: 464275 Inside Edition
Dave Schwartz 1 Year Tribute Video
 
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For The Weather Channel Community. Music Credits: Sad Day - Royalty Free Music From Bensound Rise and Fall - Myuu Collapse - Myuu Reversion 2015 - Myuu
Views: 1569 Jaden
Richmond Zombies Walk Again
 
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Broadcast story - VCU MASC 464 - Edited by Alli Atayee, Reported by David Preut. The ghouls came out to haunt the streets of Richmond again at 2009's Richmond Zombie Walk! Hundreds of participants costumed as zombies stumbled their way down Cary Town on Oct. 24 as stunned onlookers watched and snapped pictures. The record-setting, largest walk rose a benefit for the American Cancer Society.
Views: 261 fifty9bottles
New push to get mentally ill out of Kansas jails
 
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NAMI Kansas in partnership with Eli Lilly Community Conversations convene a State wide "Policy Forum on Mental Health and Criminal Justice Issues. Local coverage provides key issues.
Views: 63 Gilbert Gonzales
Topeka West Commencement 2015 From Expocentre
 
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The entire Topeka West Commencement 2015 ceremony, courtesy of the Topeka Kansas Expocentre staff and crew in cooperation with Topeka Public Schools.
Views: 464 Topeka West TV
President Obama's Kansas Heritage - KTWU's "Sunflower Journeys"
 
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Barack Obama's ancestral connections to the Kansas communities where his mother and grandparents once lived. This aired on KTWU's "Sunflower Journeys" series.
Views: 19103 KTWUProductions
Republicans Repeal Disastrous Tax Cuts
 
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Republicans in Kansas are doing the right thing and standing up against Governor Sam Brownback. Ana Kasparian, and John Iadarola, the hosts of The Young Turks, break it down. Tell us what you think in the comment section below. https://tytnetwork.com/join/ “TOPEKA The Republican dominated Kansas Legislature that has soured on Gov. Sam Brownback’s vision for the state voted late Tuesday to roll back the governor’s signature tax cuts. Lawmakers voted to override Brownback’s veto of a tax plan estimated to bring the state more than $1.2 billion over a two-year span. The Senate vote was 27 to 13, and the House followed by agreeing 88 to 31 to supersede the Republican governor’s wishes on the tax plan and force the changes into law. Lawmakers marshaled together a coalition of moderate Republicans, conservatives and Democrats to overcome the governor’s opposition to seeing his landmark tax cuts, which have in large part come to define his tenure in Topeka, fundamentally come to an end. Senate Vice President Jeff Longbine, an Emporia Republican, said that he respects the governor and other lawmakers. “Respect to me does not mean blind agreement,” Longbine said.” Read more here: http://www.kansascity.com/news/politics-government/article154691724.html Hosts: Ana Kasparian, John Iadarola Cast: Ana Kasparian, John Iadarola *** The Largest Online News Show in the World. Hosted by Cenk Uygur and Ana Kasparian. LIVE STREAMING weekdays 6-8pm ET. http://www.tytnetwork.com/live Subscribe to The Young Turks on YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=theyoungturks Like The Young Turks on Facebook: http://facebook.com/theyoungturks Follow The Young Turks on Twitter: http://twitter.com/theyoungturks Buy TYT Merch: http://www.shoptyt.com Download audio and video of the full two hour show on-demand + the members-only post game show by becoming a member at http://www.tytnetwork.com/join/. Your membership supports the day to day operations and is vital for our continued success and growth. Young Turk (n), 1. Young progressive or insurgent member of an institution, movement, or political party. 2. A young person who rebels against authority or societal expectations.(American Heritage Dictionary)
Views: 175483 The Young Turks
Abandoned Kansas Adventures: School's Out Forever
 
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I created this video with the YouTube Slideshow Creator (http://www.youtube.com/upload)
Views: 383 Erica Land
The National Anthem By Cecil Washington Jr., After Throat Cancer
 
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After Overcoming Cancer On His Left Vocal Cord, Pastor Cecil T. Washington Jr., Sings The Star Spangled Banner In The House of Representatives Chambers, Topeka, Kansas For The Inauguration of Gov. Sam Brownback; Jan. 10th, 2011.
Atheist Experience 22.25 with Matt Dillahunty and Seth Andrews
 
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Show starts at 03:23 10:20 Vincent: Phoenix, AZ: Comic Illustrator/Friend of Seth Calls in to Thank Seth/Matt 14:09 Matt: Leavenworth, KS: Best Advice for Future Atheist Activists 25:52 Andrew: Twinsburg, OH: Why Should We Take The Bible Seriously? 46:02 Nermin: Canada: Questions About Atheism, God Can’t Look Like Humans, Truth of Koran 1:00:45 Barbara: IN: God’s Message to Atheists and God Saved Me From Drowning 1:32:00 Sally: Melbourne, Australia: Rationalizing Gut Feelings, Visions from the Afterlife 1:51:52 Sebastian: Denmark: Are We Doing Good by Deconverting Theists? The Atheist Experience episode 22.25 for June 24, 2018, with Matt Dillahunty and Seth Andrews. The Thinking Atheist. Matt has Seth Andrews of the Thinking Atheist podcast on for our 1000th episode. Call the show on Sundays 4:00-6:00pm CDT: 1-512-686-0279 Don't like commercials? Become a Patron and enjoy ad-free content: https://www.patreon.com/theatheistexperience/ We welcome your comments on the open blog thread for this show. ► http://freethoughtblogs.com/axp/ YouTube comments are at present disabled in our channel, to the displeasure of some. However, each video has a prominent link to the associated open thread that appears on our blog. In the past we've tried opening up the channel to comments, but we found that a very high number of episodes wound up being flooded with a combination of spam, long winded apologists, and various obscene or misogynistic comments directed at various hosts by people with an axe to grind. This seems to be the nature of YouTube comment sections, in our experience. We do moderate the blog, the same way that we moderate chat during the show, as well as comments on our Facebook group. For comment sections that are "officially" associated with our show (and, to a much lesser extent, channels that may give the unintended appearance of being official), we prefer not to play host to straight up ad hominem attacks and bigotry. As a general policy we do not block commenters simply on the basis of disagreement with our point of view. However, we do prefer discussion environments that don't actively chase off more reasonable contributors. ------- The most up to date Atheist Experience videos can be found by visiting http://atheist-experience.com/archive/ You can read more about this show on the Atheist Experience blog: ► http://freethoughtblogs.com/axp/ WHAT IS THE ATHEIST EXPERIENCE? The Atheist Experience is a weekly call-in television show in Austin, Texas geared at a non-atheist audience. The Atheist Experience is produced by the Atheist Community of Austin. The Atheist Community of Austin is organized as a nonprofit educational corporation to develop and support the atheist community, to provide opportunities for socializing and friendship, to promote secular viewpoints, to encourage positive atheist culture, to defend the first amendment principle of state-church separation, to oppose discrimination against atheists and to work with other organizations in pursuit of common goals. We define atheism as the lack of belief in gods. This definition also encompasses what most people call agnosticism. VISIT THE ACA'S OFFICIAL WEB SITES ► http://www.atheist-community.org (The Atheist Community of Austin) ► http://www.atheist-experience.com (The Atheist Experience TV Show) More shows and video clips can be found in the archive: ► http://www.atheist-experience.com/archive DVDs of the Atheist Experience can be purchased via: ► http://www.atheist-community.com/products NOTES TheAtheistExperience is the official channel of The Atheist Experience. "The Atheist Experience" is a trademark of the ACA. The views and opinions expressed by hosts, guests, or callers are their own and not necessarily representative of the Atheist Community of Austin. Opening Theme: Shelley Segal "Saved" http://www.shelleysegal.com/ Limited use license by Shelley Segal Copyright © 2011 Shelley Segal Copyright © 1996 Atheist Community of Austin. All rights reserved.
Views: 92250 The Atheist Experience
Trans Homecoming Queen's Classmates Battle Protesters
 
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Showing the best school spirit possible, Oak Park High School stood by its newly crowned homecoming queen Landon Patterson after protesters from Westboro Baptist Church came out to protest the trans teen days later. Sporting the rainbow colors of the LGBTQ community and carrying signs that read "Long live the queen," Oak Park High School is the perfect example of a school that truly stands by its students. POPSUGAR Girls' Guide is your guide to living your '20s in style! We cover everything from DIY fashion and beauty, pop culture and comedy, recipes and food trends, celebrity news, and more. We also LOVE YouTubers and are lucky enough to have featured some of our favorites on PSGG, including Tyler Oakley, Ingrid Nilsen (Missglamorazzi), and many others. Subscribe to POPSUGAR Girls' Guide http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=popsugargirlsguide We just got started on Vine! Watch us there, too!
Views: 7952 POPSUGAR
Church Greens Topeka   (UMTV)
 
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Volunteers spend Sunday cleaning a park, not in pews. More at www.rethinkchurch.org.
Views: 1315 UnitedMethodistTV
MSNBC.com - New cancer test goes below the skin
 
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A new cancer test goes below the skin to determine the presence of skin cancer.
Views: 1600 confocalify
History Guy: Great-grandmother of President Barack Obama died 90 years ago this week in Topeka
 
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Read more: http://cjonline.com/news/2016-11-23/topeka-history-guy-video-great-grandmother-president-barack-obama-died-90-years-ago
Views: 1350 CJOnline
Friends University Graduate Diana Ramirez | Adult Bachelor's Degree in Topeka, Kansas
 
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Earn your bachelor’s degree from Friends University at our Topeka Education Center. A degree from Friends can take you wherever you want to go! Enroll now at www.friends.edu/topeka.
Views: 329 Friends University
Stormont Vail may take over St  Francis Operations
 
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Randy Peterson, the President and CEO of Stormont Vail Health in Topeka, Kan., discusses the possibility of Stormont Vail taking over the operations and assets of St. Francis Health Center during a press conference on Tuesday, April 18, 2017.
Views: 672 CJOnline
Corl Street Elementary School Renovation Fly-through
 
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This virtual fly-through of Corl Street Elementary School was presented to the State College Area School District Board of Directors at their August 7, 2017 special 90% review meeting. The video gives you an inside and outside virtual tour of what the building is going to look like.
Kansas shooting: gunman Cedric Ford opens fire at Excel Industries, killing three - TomoNews
 
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HESSTON, KANSAS — A gunman opened fire at multiple locations in Kansas, killing three people and injuring 14 others on Thursday. The gunman has been identified as 38-year-old Cedric Ford of Newton. It is believed he was armed with a .223-caliber assault-style rifle and a pistol. He was driving when he began the attack in the town of Newton, where he shot two drivers and stole one of the victim's car and drove to Excel Industries where Ford previously worked, Reuters reported. Most of the shootings took place at the factory in Hesston. It was not immediately clear whether Ford had been recently fired. "This is a horrible situation my friends, just terrible," Reuters quoted Harvey County Sheriff T. Walton as saying. "There were some things that triggered this particular individual." Authorities say Ford appears to have opened fire at random, despite the fact that many of the victims were his coworkers. Ford was shot dead by the first law enforcement officer on . ----------------------------------------­--------------------- Welcome to TomoNews, where we animate the most entertaining news on the internets. Come here for an animated look at viral headlines, US news, celebrity gossip, salacious scandals, dumb criminals and much more! Subscribe now for daily news animations that will knock your socks off. Visit our official website for all the latest, uncensored videos: http://us.tomonews.net Check out our Android app: http://bit.ly/1rddhCj Check out our iOS app: http://bit.ly/1gO3z1f Get top stories delivered to your inbox everyday: http://bit.ly/tomo-newsletter Stay connected with us here: Facebook http://www.facebook.com/TomoNewsUS Twitter @tomonewsus http://www.twitter.com/TomoNewsUS Google+ http://plus.google.com/+TomoNewsUS/ Instagram @tomonewsus http://instagram.com/tomonewsus -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "Crying dog breaks the internet’s heart — but this sad dog story has a happy ending" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4prKTN9bYQc -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
Views: 24730 TomoNews US
Topeka police and city at contract impasse
 
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The union representing about 275 Topeka police officers says it's reached an impasse in contract negotiations for the coming year.
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Girl, 5, Collects Hundreds Of Dollars For Peace Selling Lemonade Outside Westboro Baptist Church
 
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What happens when a little girl decides to set up a lemonade stand for peace outside the Westboro Baptist Church headquarters in Kansas? Members of the community step out in droves to show support, even as the hate group tries to quash it. Five-year-old Jayden, the daughter of Jon Sink, founder of the philanthropic arts group FRESHCASSETTE - Creative Compassion, decided to set up a stand selling pink lemonade at The Equality House on Friday afternoon. The Equality House is a rainbow-colored building directly across the street from Westboro's Topeka compound. The house, which was painted the colors of the pride flag in March, was bought by Aaron Jackson, one of the founders of Planting Peace, a multi-pronged nonprofit set up in 2004 and aimed at spreading goodwill and equality around the globe. Jayden, who is from Kansas City, decided to set up her stand at the Equality House after her parents explained to her the significance of its construct. After being told that the church across the street had a message of hate, she set a goal of raising money to go towards a message of love and peace. So she painted a banner for the event reading, "Pink Lemonade for Peace: $1 Suggested Donation." She put the stand in the grass and waited. But the waiting didn't take long. Supporters came in by the droves and $1 turned into hundreds of dollars. During the day, Westboro sent representatives outside to try and find a way to stop the event. They apparently attempted to call the local police and stooped to yelling profanities when that didn't work, like calling a group of soldiers who rode out on their motorcycles to suport the event "bastards." Westboro's hate couldn't stop Jayden. She not only raised $400 during the day on Friday, but she has also collected over $1000 with an online campaign set up through Crowd Rise. Some people donated as little as $10 and as much as $230. One person gave $26, dedicating it to every person killed six months ago in the Newtown, Conn., massacre. "As we all know, the Westboro Baptist Church puts a lot of hate into the world," Jackson told HuffPost in an email Friday. "Since we cannot stop them, the next best thing is to smother it with love. That is what 5-year-old Jayden accomplished today! Jayden set up a lemonade stand in front of the church. Not only did she quench the thirst of a lot of loving supporters, the money she raised was donated to Planting Peace so she could help Planting Peace promote a more peaceful world." "Jayden represents the natural humanity we are born with," Davis Hammet, Director of Operations at Planting Peace, added. "We come into this world compassionate, caring beings and only become hateful if we are taught to be."
Views: 1257 Van Anderson
Fund Family Struggles With Medical Bills (News Story - 2007)
 
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Fund Family Struggles With Medical Bills -- WIBW-TV (Topeka, KS) reporter tells the heart-wrenching story of a family that came together in unlikely circumstances, and faced extreme hardship. Through it all, their love continues. This is an inspirational, yet sad, story you will want to share with your friends and family.
Views: 280 WIBWTV13
Radio PSA 2009
 
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Stop by Alexs Lemonade Stand at any KC area, St. Joseph, Lawrence or Topeka Hy-Vee on June 5th and 6th, and help fight childhood cancer one cup at a time. Visit between 10 a.m. and 6 p.m., or donate online at www.alexslemonade.org/KClemonade
Views: 1528 kclemonadestands
Making Strides 2011 - Portraits for the Cure - The Image House
 
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Please Join our team as we raise funds to combat breast cancer in the 2011 Making Strides Against Breast Cancer Walk in downtown Topeka, KS. The event is on the 23rd and we could use your support. It's not too late to donate or join the team as we walk that day. If you are interested in supporting please visit www.makingstrides.acsevents.org and search by team for The Image House. We are still taking participants in our Portraits for the Cure fundraiser. If you are interested in participating please call 785.338.0615 so we can schedule your session. This fundraiser allows you to receive a portrait in pink and all we ask is that you change your Facebook profile picture to this picture to show your support. Contact The Image House for more information about how you can help make a difference. Thanks a million!!!
Local businesses prepare for Trump's visit
 
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Trump to visit Topeka
Views: 31 KSNT News
Fatal shooting takes life of 1-year-old girl in Lawrence
 
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A 1-year-old girl died in a shooting in Lawrence, Kansas.
Views: 150 41 Action News
Westboro Talks God Loves Gays Billboard
 
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So The Good God Above bought a billboard in Topeka, KS: home of the homophobic Westboro baptist church. WBC has issued statements, apparently ecstatic as it makes people think of their own infamous slogan.
Views: 512 DollRags
The Local Show - January 16, 2014
 
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For more info visit our website: http://www.kcpt.org Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/kcpt19 Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/KCPTnews Support KCPT: http://www.kcpt.org/support/ The future of Kansas City's public schools remains uncertain. This week, Sam Zeff reports on a proposed plan to dismantle the district. Education Reporter Lindsey Foat speaks with Not In Our Town Executive Producer Patrice O'Neill about bullying, hate crimes and how to prevent them. In 2012, Charlotte Street Foundation and The Nelson-Atkins Museum began presenting gallery tours and talks by Charlotte Street Awards Fellows. The 2014 Artist Walks kicked off last Friday with Sonie Ruffin. Randy Mason caught up with the Joplin, Missouri native to discuss her various artistic endeavors. And finally this week, we present the second installment of our new six-part series Ferment Nation as Doug Frost connects the dots between wine and entertainment. 00:37 This was one of the most important weeks ever in the almost 150 year history of the Kansas City School District. The unaccredited district is fighting for its very survival and that battle got tougher this week when a consultant group, hired by the state, released a much anticipated and controversial plan.The consultant group called CEE-Trust says the district has failed and wants the state to create something it calls a Community Schools Office to replace the district, but it would have little to do with education. Every building would be run by a non-profit, a charter school or a neighboring district. Also, all educational, hiring and budgetary decisions would be made at the building level. At a time when school transfer laws and accreditation are making headlines too, KCPT special correspondent Sam Zeff taps into an ongoing sentiment bubbling just below the surface about whether to dismantle the Kansas City School District altogether.The state will now study these various plans, but, if test scores in Kansas City public schools continue to improve, there's a good chance the district will be provisionally accredited, putting all of this on hold. 08:08 Last Monday, some 300 Kansas Citians gathered at UMKC for a conference on hate crimes and bullying and how they can be prevented. One of the speakers, Patrice O'Neill, is the executive producer of Not In Our Town, which has helped public television play an important role in that discussion for almost twenty years. Education Reporter Lindsey Foat talked with O'Neill while she was here. 11:40 It is hard to know exactly what to call Sonie Ruffin. The Joplin, Missouri native is a fabric artist, a textile designer and she also writes stories about the pieces and quilts she makes, some of which have been displayed in museums and galleries across the nation. She's a visiting curator at the American Jazz Museum, a Charlotte Street Foundation fellow and as Randy Mason will show you, a lot of fun to talk to. Ruffin will have several pieces featured in a new exhibit called "She-roes" starting at the Leedy Voulkous Gallery Feb. 3. Meanwhile the Art Walks series at the Nelson continues with a talk by Anne Austin Pearce on Feb.14. 18:35 Ferment Nation is a new digital series produced by KCPT featuring Doug Frost. Last week, we showed you how he preaches, above all, the gospel of flavor. This week, Doug and producer Kevin Lambi along with videographer Dave Burkhardt, explore how wine and entertainment go hand in hand.
Views: 414 KCPT
Lynn Jenkins Immigration 2
 
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04/05/2008. Paola, KS. 2nd District Congressional candidate speaks to a group on immigration.
Views: 305 KansasDemocrats
I Almost Died In A Abandoned Mall (I Left My Friend)
 
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Views: 583 Richie Merkz
This Detective Loves Cheerleading - Jay Grayson - Hatteberg's People TV
 
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He's a Valley Center, Kansas police detective who loves cheer-leading. He's been one and is currently a cheer-leading coach. You don't always put the two careers together...cheer leading and police work. In Detective Grayson's case....it works just fine.
Views: 682 Larry Hatteberg
Young adults work with staff to improve patient experience at MD Anderson
 
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Every month, a group of adolescent and young adult (AYA) cancer survivors meet with MD Anderson Cancer Center staff to discuss important topics in an effort to improve the care experience for AYA patients. Whether it's weighing in on facility design or discussing ways to connect patients in the hospital, feedback from the AYA Advisory Council plays a vital role in the development of hospital policies, programs and patient care practices.
Impossibility of the Contrary | Paul - Los Angeles, CA | Atheist Experience 21.07
 
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The Atheist Experience episode 21.07 for February 19, 2017, with Matt Dillahunty and Don Baker. Call the show on Sundays 4:00-6:00pm CDT: 1-512-686-0279 We welcome your comments on the open blog thread for this show. ► http://freethoughtblogs.com/axp/ YouTube comments are at present disabled in our channel, to the displeasure of some. However, each video has a prominent link to the associated open thread that appears on our blog. In the past we've tried opening up the channel to comments, but we found that a very high number of episodes wound up being flooded with a combination of spam, long winded apologists, and various obscene or misogynistic comments directed at various hosts by people with an axe to grind. This seems to be the nature of YouTube comment sections, in our experience. We do moderate the blog, the same way that we moderate chat during the show, as well as comments on our Facebook group. For comment sections that are "officially" associated with our show (and, to a much lesser extent, channels that may give the unintended appearance of being official), we prefer not to play host to straight up ad hominem attacks and bigotry. As a general policy we do not block commenters simply on the basis of disagreement with our point of view. However, we do prefer discussion environments that don't actively chase off more reasonable contributors. ------- The most up to date Atheist Experience videos can be found by visiting http://atheist-experience.com/archive/ You can read more about this show on the Atheist Experience blog: ► http://freethoughtblogs.com/axp/ WHAT IS THE ATHEIST EXPERIENCE? The Atheist Experience is a weekly call-in television show in Austin, Texas geared at a non-atheist audience. The Atheist Experience is produced by the Atheist Community of Austin. The Atheist Community of Austin is organized as a nonprofit educational corporation to develop and support the atheist community, to provide opportunities for socializing and friendship, to promote secular viewpoints, to encourage positive atheist culture, to defend the first amendment principle of state-church separation, to oppose discrimination against atheists and to work with other organizations in pursuit of common goals. We define atheism as the lack of belief in gods. This definition also encompasses what most people call agnosticism. VISIT THE ACA'S OFFICIAL WEB SITES ► http://www.atheist-community.org (The Atheist Community of Austin) ► http://www.atheist-experience.com (The Atheist Experience TV Show) More shows and video clips can be found in the archive: ► http://www.atheist-experience.com/archive DVDs of the Atheist Experience can be purchased via: ► http://www.atheist-community.com/products NOTES TheAtheistExperience is the official channel of The Atheist Experience. "The Atheist Experience" is a trademark of the ACA. Opening Theme: Shelley Segal "Saved" http://www.shelleysegal.com/ Limited use license by Shelley Segal Copyright © 2011 Shelley Segal Copyright © 2017 Atheist Community of Austin. All rights reserved.
Views: 39801 The Atheist Experience
The Barn Party:  An Event to Support Pediatric Oncology Holiday Party
 
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The Barn Party is an annual event to Support the Pediatric Oncology Holiday Party at the Stony Point Event Hall. Cancer survivor Addison Leslie shares her story and thoughts on the holiday party. KU School of Pharmacy student organizations plan this event. Video by Matty D. Media LLC of Lawrence, Kansas. Visit www.mattydmedia.com for more information.
Views: 398 Matty D Media LLC
9/11/11 Emporia, Lyon County, Kansas Memorial for 9/11/01
 
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On 9/11/2011, Lyon County, Kansas Fire Depts. (Emporia, Americus, Olpe, Neosho Rapids, Hartford ,Ks.) along with the Lyon County Sheriff's Dept. and Emporia, Ks. Police Dept. held a Memorial at Fire Station #2, Emporia, Kansas to honor our fallen heroes from the 9/11/01 attack on America. Local city/county officials, local radio (KVOE AM/FM) personalities and many more participated in this Memorial. A beautiful day for a wonderful ceremony. Please take a moment to say a prayer for ALL our fallen heroes, whether they be Firefighters, Military Personnel, Police Officers, Teachers or your neighbor next door. I hope you enjoy this slide show and GOD BLESS AMERICA! http://Webstore.com/~KansasFarmBoy
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Truck Accident Lawyers | Serious Injury | Kansas, KS
 
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Call 1-800-773-6770 to speak to a real truck accident lawyer. Also visit us at: http://www.truckaccidentlaw.org/Kansas.shtml Truck accident attorneys Gordon & Elias L.L.P. understand how painful a serious injury or wrongful death can impact a family. Truck accidents involving serious injury are terrible occurrences in the lives of the families involved. In Kansas, wrongful death along truck routes and interstates and burn injuries suffered from an accident are a terrible thing for a family to go through. The Texas based attorneys at Gordon & Elias L.L.P. can serve clients throughout Kansas, including Arkansas City, Atchison, Coffeyville, Derby, Dodge City, El Dorado, Emporia, Fort Scott, Garden City, Gardner, Great Bend, Hays, Independence, Junction City, Kansas City, Lawrence, Leavenworth, Leawood, Lenexa, Liberal, Manhattan, Newton, Olathe, Overland Park, Pittsburg, Prairie Village, Salina, Shawnee, Topeka and Wichita.
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Friends University Graduate Darin Scott | Adult Bachelor's Degree in Topeka, Kansas
 
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Earn your bachelor’s degree from Friends University at our Topeka Education Center. A degree from Friends can take you wherever you want to go! Enroll now at www.friends.edu/topeka.
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Welcome to Animal Care Hospital | Cedar Rapids, IA
 
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http://www.animalcarehospital.org/ - Call us today at (319) 378-9000. At Animal Care Hospital, we are committed to providing the best quality patient care available. We specialize in Surgery, Exotic Pets, and Boarding. In addition our facility is equipped with Dental Services, Laboratory Testing, and X-Ray. Our office is located in Cedar Rapids and serves the surrounding communities of Mt Vernon and North Liberty.
State of the University of Kansas 2013
 
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The University of Kansas in the midst of a comprehensive effort to ensure it is recognized among the top tier of public international research universities. Through Bold Aspirations, our strategic plan, we're changing the way we prepare students for success. We're fostering research and scholarship across all disciplines. And we're sharing the benefits of a research university with our state and world. Learn more in this video message on the state of the university from Chancellor Bernadette Gray-Little and at http://report.ku.edu.
The Gentile Church Age Is Coming To An End: Get To The Church!
 
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The Westboro Baptist Church gets asked this question semi-frequently: “What scripture instructs us to abandon our God-given calling where we live and uproot ourselves to Topeka, KS?” This elder in the Westboro Baptist Church answers.
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Irie Tribal Dance Company Part 2 - Nat'l Night Out 2011 - Valley Park - Topeka, KS
 
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The Irie Tribal Dance Company perform at the National Night Out 2011 get-together in the Valley Park neighborhood of Topeka, KS. For more info about the Irie Tribal Dance Company including belly dancing classes check out http://www.cyreignasirietribal.com/
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Teaching Evolution as Xian Made Me an Atheist | Bruno - Springfield, MO | Atheist Experience 21.04
 
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The Atheist Experience 21.04 for January 29, 2017 with Matt Dillahunty and Jen Peeples. Call the show on Sundays 4:00-6:00pm CDT: 1-512-686-0279 We welcome your comments on the open blog thread for this show. ► http://freethoughtblogs.com/axp/ YouTube comments are at present disabled in our channel, to the displeasure of some. However, each video has a prominent link to the associated open thread that appears on our blog. In the past we've tried opening up the channel to comments, but we found that a very high number of episodes wound up being flooded with a combination of spam, long winded apologists, and various obscene or misogynistic comments directed at various hosts by people with an axe to grind. This seems to be the nature of YouTube comment sections, in our experience. We do moderate the blog, the same way that we moderate chat during the show, as well as comments on our Facebook group. For comment sections that are "officially" associated with our show (and, to a much lesser extent, channels that may give the unintended appearance of being official), we prefer not to play host to straight up ad hominem attacks and bigotry. As a general policy we do not block commenters simply on the basis of disagreement with our point of view. However, we do prefer discussion environments that don't actively chase off more reasonable contributors. ------- The most up to date Atheist Experience videos can be found by visiting http://atheist-experience.com/archive/ You can read more about this show on the Atheist Experience blog: ► http://freethoughtblogs.com/axp/ WHAT IS THE ATHEIST EXPERIENCE? The Atheist Experience is a weekly call-in television show in Austin, Texas geared at a non-atheist audience. The Atheist Experience is produced by the Atheist Community of Austin. The Atheist Community of Austin is organized as a nonprofit educational corporation to develop and support the atheist community, to provide opportunities for socializing and friendship, to promote secular viewpoints, to encourage positive atheist culture, to defend the first amendment principle of state-church separation, to oppose discrimination against atheists and to work with other organizations in pursuit of common goals. We define atheism as the lack of belief in gods. This definition also encompasses what most people call agnosticism. VISIT THE ACA'S OFFICIAL WEB SITES ► http://www.atheist-community.org (The Atheist Community of Austin) ► http://www.atheist-experience.com (The Atheist Experience TV Show) More shows and video clips can be found in the archive: ► http://www.atheist-experience.com/archive DVDs of the Atheist Experience can be purchased via: ► http://www.atheist-community.com/products NOTES TheAtheistExperience is the official channel of The Atheist Experience. "The Atheist Experience" is a trademark of the ACA. Opening Theme: Shelley Segal "Saved" http://www.shelleysegal.com/ Limited use license by Shelley Segal Copyright © 2011 Shelley Segal Copyright © 2017 Atheist Community of Austin. All rights reserved.