CWR Nation Newsletter
          Join Us In C elebrating 
 Asian Pacific American Heritage Month
                        May 2018   
 



An Open Letter From Donell Edwards
CEO & President
The CWR Talk Network


May 1, 2018
 

Donell Edwards, CEO & President
Dear CWR Nation,

As we head into summer, I hope the first part of this year has brought you and your family blessings and joy.  

We believe in diversity, and we give our full support to recognizing the contributions and accomplishments of the many groups that make up this great country.  This month we celebrate Asian Pacific American Heritage Month.  You will find much information in this issue of our newsletter about our Asian Pacific American neighbors.  We encourage you to help us celebrate the history and culture of Asian Pacific Americans.  Click Here to see a timeline of Asian Pacific American history.

There are great things going on with your causes, issues, and life empowerment network.  We are proud to announce the association of one of America's most respected and well-known weight-loss and nutrition experts with The CWR Talk Network, Ms. Jenn Hand.  She is the founder of The Normal Eaters Club and the author of Your Must-Have Guide to Ending the Diet Cycle Today. She has been featured in Huffington Post, Healthy Moms Magazine, The Body Dpt., and more.  Jenn's podcasts will be available on demand on our website, CWRTalkNetwork.com and BlogTalkRadio/CWRTRalkRadio.  We know you will not only love listening to Jenn's practical advice, but will also benefit from her knowledge and experience.

We also just launched our new Read, Read, Read program to help students and adults who need help with improving their reading.  In addition to being an interactive reading literacy and enhancement program, this program also seeks to match students with mentors to help them in numerous ways.  Listen to Read, Read, Read with host and producer, Ms. JoAnn Burl the third Saturday every month at 11:00 AM Central Daylight Time.

Finally, after months, and months of searching for the right match of individuals, we are proud to announce the launch of what will be one of the most powerful shows on the Internet or anywhere else, No Sleep.  This show is comprised of all millennials, focused on millennial issues and lifestyles, but in-tune with what is going on in the world outside the millennial universe.  If you are a millennial and want to keep up with what is going on, or if you just want to know what is going with millennials, this show is for you.  No Sleep begins on The CWR Talk Network Wednesday - June 6th at 8:00 PM CDT. 

Also, one of the most important events of the year for us here at The CWR Talk Network is our virtual online town hall event, Race In America: Where Do We Go From Here?  That will be LIVE online on Tuesday - June 19th from 1:00 - 3:00 PM CDT.  If you have questions or would like to participate or sponsor this event, contact us by email at CWRTalk@CWRMedia.net

Thank you so much for being a part of CWR Nation, and please let us know how we are doing, what you like, what you don't like, what is missing that you would like to hear.  Again, you may contact us by email at CWRTalk@CWRMedia.net, or you may go to our homepage on our website, CWRTalkNetwork.com and go to the bottom of the page and use the Comments & Contact form to submit your question, suggestion, or comment.  Thanks again for your support.

Sincerely,


Donell Edwards
President and CEO
The CWR Talk Network



The Origin Of Asian Pacific American Heritage Month
http://smithsonianapa.org/




May is Asian/Pacific American Heritage Month - a celebration of Asians and Pacific Islanders in the United States. A rather broad term, Asian/Pacific encompasses all of the Asian continent and the Pacific islands of Melanesia (New Guinea, New Caledonia, Vanuatu, Fiji and the Solomon Islands), Micronesia (Marianas, Guam, Wake Island, Palau, Marshall Islands, Kiribati, Nauru and the Federated States of Micronesia) and Polynesia (New Zealand, Hawaiian Islands, Rotuma, Midway Islands, Samoa, American Samoa, Tonga, Tuvalu, Cook Islands, French Polynesia and Easter Island).

Like most commemorative months, Asian/Pacific American Heritage Month originated with Congress. In 1977 Reps. Frank Horton of New York introduced House Joint Resolution 540 to proclaim the first ten days in May as Pacific/Asian American Heritage Week. In the same year, Senator Daniel Inouye introduced a similar resolution, Senate Joint Resolution 72. Neither of these resolutions passed, so in June 1978, Rep. Horton introduced House Joint Resolution 1007. This resolution proposed that the President should "proclaim a week, which is to include the seventh and tenth of the month, during the first ten days in May of 1979 as ' Asian/Pacific American Heritage Week.'" This joint resolution was passed by the House and then the Senate and was signed by President Jimmy Carter on October 5, 1978 to become Public Law 95-419 (PDF, 158kb). This law amended the original language of the bill and directed the President to issue a proclamation for the "7 day period beginning on May 4, 1979 as ' Asian/Pacific American Heritage Week.'" During the next decade, presidents passed annual proclamations for Asian/Pacific American Heritage Week until 1990 when Congress passed Public Law 101-283 (PDF, 166kb) which expanded the observance to a month for 1990. Then in 1992, Congress passed Public Law 102-450 (PDF, 285kb) which annually designated May as Asian/Pacific American Heritage Month.

The month of May was chosen to commemorate the immigration of the first Japanese to the United States on May 7, 1843, and to mark the anniversary of the completion of the transcontinental railroad on May 10, 1869. The majority of the workers who laid the tracks were Chinese immigrants. 

Source:  asianpacificheritage.gov/,  Smithsonian Asian Pacific American Center, and The Library of Congress



Influential Asian Pacific Americans 


 
Top Row:  Kalpana Chawla, Ph.D., Elaine Chao,  Dr. David Ho, Dr. Sanjay Gupta 
2nd Row:  Ang Lee,  Fred Korematsu,  Andrea Jung, General Eric Shinseki
3rd Row:  Chan Ho Park, Charles B. Wang,  Fareed Zakaria,  Franklin Chang-Diaz, Ph.D.
4th Row:  Admiral Ming E. Chang,  Christine Poon, Benjamin J. Cayetano, David Sun
5th Row:  Jennifer Koh,  Gary Locke,  Jagdish Bhagwati, Ph.D.,  Jerry Yang
6th Row:  Loida Lewis, Norman Mineta,  Sabeer Bhatia,  Steven Chu, Ph.D.
7th Row:  Tiger Woods, Yo-Yo Ma, Connie Chung, Michelle Kwan
8th Row:  Gordon Kiyoshi Hirabayashi, Maya Lin, Subrahmanyan Chandrasekhar, Ph.D. 
               Vinod Khosla

To See More Details About These and Other Influential Asian Pacific Americans
Click Here.


VIDEO:  The Making Of Asian America
Dr. Erika Lee - Author, Historian



The CWR Talk Network Welcomes
Jenn Hand


Jenn Hand
Food Coach, Body Image Expert
As part of our commitment to life empowerment and better health, we are proud to welcome nationally recognized weight-loss and nutrition expert, Jenn Hand to The CWR Talk Network. Jenn is a food coach and body image expert, and is the creator of The Normal Eaters Club. Listen to Jenn's new show, Nutrition Tips With Jenn Hand: The Effortlessly Easy Path to Weight Loss, beginning Monday, May 7th on-demand, anytime, on The CWR Talk Network at: 

Jenn's aim is to dispel all the myths related to dieting, debunk food rules, and bring enjoyment and sanity back to eating! Jenn has lived through the battle of dieting and binging herself, for 13 years, and has tried every diet plan, every program, and every solution that promised weight loss; hypnosis, diet pills, cleanses, detoxes, you name it, Jenn's tried it.

It wasn't until she looked at what was underneath the food that she saw any last healing. Jenn now teach others the truth about dieting, and how to enjoy eating normally.

Jenn knows from her own personal experience that it is possible to stop worrying and planning what you eat every single day. You can feel comfortable in your skin, eat without guilt, and leave those obsessive negative thoughts behind.

If you are ready to change your life, listen to Nutrition Tips With Jenn Hand: The Effortlessly Easy Path to Weight Loss, beginning Monday, May 7th on-demand, anytime, on The CWR Talk Network at cwrtalknetwork.com/j-hand.  

Click Here to read Jenn's story.



Host Spotlight
JoAnn Burl



JoAnn Burl: The Read, Read, Read Show!
Host: JoAnn Burl
Every third Saturday - 11:00 AM CDT
"A mentor is someone who allows you to see the hope inside yourself." - Oprah Winfrey

Join me every third Saturday for discussions with educators, community members and leaders discussing education and how to find innovative ways to get students to read more. Seeking college students to mentor youth ages 8-15 years, from Title 1 schools in underserved communities. Providing mentoring online, once a week.
 
So join me by calling in to include your ideas of how to get students to read more, suggest college students and youth to be a part of this program. Listen during the show to hear when we are accepting calls and for the call-in number. Be a part of the Read, Read, Read, radio show. Visit our website@ CWRTalkNetwork.com or email@ JoAnnBurl@CWRMedia.net for more information.

HELP SUPPORT OUR EFFORTS TO HELP STUDENTS
Learn More at
https://www.gofundme.com/summer-slide-prevention-reading 
 
Here is my upcoming guest and show information for May:
 
 
May 19       Seeking Mentors and Why Mentoring is Important
 Special Guest: Dr. Joe Martin, an award-winning speaker,       author & professor "The Educator" and the country's leading     expert on new teacher retention and student motivation           issues.

ANNOUNCING
Conference Of African American Financial Professionals




One Team. One Dream. Imagine 2027... 
The American College of Financial Services is hosting the 13th Annual Conference of African American Financial Professionals August 6-8, 2018 in Washington, DC. This event brings over 500 African American Financial Professionals together for education, inspiration and empowerment. Discussions include how to address the wealth gap in the African American community, retirement planning and creating trust. 

The theme of the 2018 Conference of African American Financial Professionals is driven by the goal to double the percentage of African American Financial Professionals in the next 10 years.
Please take a look at our video on this initiative here:

The American College African American Scholarship 2017
The American College African American Scholarship 2017

Coming June 6th To The CWR Talk Network


Kylie Damore, Co-Host


Join Me For
No Sleep
Exclusively on The CWR Talk Network
Coming  June 6th


 
What NO SLEEP Means To Me
Alan Adeleke:  No Sleep Co-host



What is No Sleep?

No Sleep is the next era of talk radio. A place where millennials can express themselves  without limitations, whether it be about the latest info on politics on the hill or the latest hip  hop single release, No Sleep covers all aspects of hot conversation topics from a millennial's  perspective.


How YOU can be part of the program 

Tune in to CWR Talk Network for weekly updates and sign up for email notifications to stay  up to date with millennials across the globe and the No Sleep Team as we indulge in the  hottest and some times controversial conversations. 


Why YOUR  feedback from call-ins and chatting during the show, and on social media is  important

Your feedback as a supporter of the No Sleep movement ensures our shows continued
success. We benefit directly from your consistent input as a participant and active listener.  Here's your chance to chime in on the conversation letting us, The No Sleep Team know how  you really feel about the topics we bring to you from a millennial perspective. So get involved  whether it be on a live call during a live show or on social media on the gram let your voice be  heard!





On-Demand
Making A Difference About Domestic Violence and Abuse
Host:  Shareene Rice

The CWR Talk Network On-Demand
Making A Difference About Domestic Violence and Abuse
Host:  Shareene Rice
Alicia's Voice
Originally aired on April 12, 2018

Shareene Rice
On-Demand  this month is newcomer, Shareene Rice.  Shareene has taken the time slot that was previously held by Mr. Lupe Moreno with her program, Breaking Our Silence. Shareene will continue the great work that Lupe did for our network and will help us continue our commitment to fighting domestic violence.

Shareene's guest for this episode is Leslie Browning discussing the vicious murder of her daughter Alicia, and the resulting court decision against her murderer.

This episode will bring you to tears, and reinforces the need to stop domestic abusers


Don't miss this touching and emotional episode of Making A Difference About Domestic Violence and Abuse with Shareene Rice.  Listen On-Demand ANYTIMEhttp://tobtr.com/10719365

In The News:  The Week In Review

Homeless Girl Scouts Troop Slay Their First Cookie Sale, Selling More Than 32,000 Boxes Of Cookies
Source:  Essence Magazine



Read the full story here


FOURTEEN YEAR OLD MAKES HISTORY AS YOUNGEST PERSON TO GRADUATE COLLEGE IN TEXAS
Source:  Electronic Urban Report (EUR)
 
Black Woman Aggressively Arrested At Alabama Waffle House
Video captured by Canita Adams shows the Saraland Police Department officers arresting Chikesia Clemons at a Waffle House.   (WARNING:  This video has been censored but does contain graphic language and is not appropriate for children)  
Host Spotlight
Lionel Shipman
 


Lionel Shipman, Host
The Lionel SHIPman $HAPE YOUR FINANCES SHOW
Every Tuesday at 8:20 PM EDT


The Lionel SHIPman $HAPE YOUR FINANCES Show is a financial and life empowerment show focusing on educating and motivating people to improve their financial outlooks, and empowering them to take charge of their lives, and giving them life-lessons to help them live life to the fullest. Great topics. Great guests. Great shows.

Remember these words regarding your money and your life:

Give Cheerfully, Spend Carefully, and Invest Wisely

Get more information at our website,  CWRTalkNetwork.com


Here are my upcoming programs and guests for May:

 
May 1st         No Cash Allowance
                      Special Guest:  Lynne Finch (Author)

May 8th         The Importance of Giving
                      Special Guest:  Michael Chatman (Philanthropist Expert)

May 15th       Improving Today's Youth
                      Special Guest:  Tracy Zuluaga (Executive Director)

May 22nd      Giving To Our Children
                      Special Guest:  Jacqueline Marshall (Founder of Jackie                                      Trust)

May 29th       Student Involvement In Business Professionals of America                                  (BPA)
                      Special Guest:  Dustin Devers (Director of Education)


May CWR Talk Network 
Program Schedule




Coming June 6th Exclusively on
The CWR Talk Network
No Sleep - For Everyone Interested In the Millennial Experience


All times shown are Central Daylight Time   
 
Day/Date
Time
Program
Tues.
1


7:30 PM
The Lionel SHIPman $hape Your Finances Show
No Cash Allowance
Mon.
7
6:30 PM
Donell Edwards:  VIEWPOINTS
Tips For Job Seekers and College Graduates
Tues.
8
7:30 PM
The Lionel SHIPman $hape Your Finances Show
The Importance Of Giving
Thur.
10
8:00 PM
Making A Difference About Domestic Violence and Abuse
Domestic Violence Abuse and Her Personal Experience
Host:  Shareene Rice 
Mon.
14
6:30 PM
Donell Edwards:  VIEWPOINTS
Surviving Domestic Violence and Becoming A Social Activist

Tues.
15
7:30 PM
Lionel SHIPman $hape Your Finances Show
Improving Today's Youth
Sat.
19
11:00 AM
Read! Read! Read!
Seeking Mentors and Why Mentoring Is Important 
Mon.
21
6:30 PM
Donell Edwards:  VIEWPOINTS
An Introduction to Investing:  What You Need to Know to Become A Successful Investor   

Tue.
22
7:30 PM
The Lionel SHIPman $hape Your Finances Show
Giving To Our Children
 
Thur.
24
8:00 PM
Making A Difference About Domestic Violence and Abuse
The Importance Of Sisterhood During and Following Abuse
Host:  Shareene Rice
Tues.
29
7:30 PM
The Lionel SHIPman $hape Your Finances Show
Student Involvement In Business Professionals Of America (BPA)

































What NO SLEEP Means To Me
 Kylie Damore:  No Sleep Co-host



What Is No Sleep?

No Sleep offers insight and open dialogue regarding current events, entertainment, etc. from a millennial point of view. With millennials being such a large group of our population, we will not only address misinformation about our beliefs, but we will have the opportunity to learn from each other as well as our listeners.


How YOU can be part of the program

Listeners are encouraged to follow via Twitter, Facebook, and other platforms to submit questions, suggestions and support as well as calling in to the show and participating in a live chat with questions for the panel.


Why YOUR feedback from call-ins and chatting during the show, and on social media is important

Listener feedback is crucial for our show so that we can facilitate open communication and address stereotypes regarding millennials.

Nationally Renowned Journalist Deborah Mathis
Named Moderator for Special
Race In America: Where Do We Go From Here?
Virtual Town Hall Meeting

Deborah Mathis
Director of Communications
International Center on
Nonviolent Conflict


The CWR Talk Network is proud to announce that nationally renowned journalist, socio-political commentator, author, and motivational speaker, Ms. Deborah Mathis, has been named moderator for our upcoming  Race In America: Where Do We Go From Here? virtual town hall meeting,

Ms. Mathis is currently Director of Communications for the International Center on Nonviolent Conflict (ICNC).  Her long journalism career includes stints as a managing editor, nationally syndicated columnist, broadcast news producer and news anchor.

Her journalism career culminated in an assignment as White House correspondent for Gannett News Service during the Clinton Administration.  As part of the White House press pool, Deborah traveled with the president and covered the processes, politics and "ground effects" of the administration's policies and actions.

As Communications Director for the Public Justice Foundation, which supports a national public interest law firm, Deborah managed media relations, editorial projects, website design, video production, and social media management, and was a member of the Foundation's management team.

Deborah has extensive experience as a communications strategist and media coach, most recently as a consultant to an array of national and international non-profit organizations and campaigns.
 
In a bow to her love of writing, Deborah has researched and/or edited educational and non-fiction trade books for a number of publishing companies and authors.  She has written five non-fiction books of her own, debuting with the acclaimed "Yet A Stranger: Why Black Americans Still Don't Feel at Home" (Warner, 2002).  Deborah is also a popular motivational speaker and socio-political commentator.


Special 2-Hour Live Online Virtual Town Hall Meetings

   
Top From Left:  Dr. Daina Ramey Berry, Kevin Henry, Maura Sweeney  
Bottom From Left:  Chandra Brooks, Dr. Derek Chang, Shannon Martinez

During this special 2 hour long virtual town hall meeting, moderator and award winning journalist, Deborah Mathis will discuss with a racially diverse panel the current state of race relations in America, and how to encourage people of different racial and ethnic backgrounds to engage in constructive conversations about their feelings about race, and their fears, concerns, hopes, and thoughts in general.  Listeners in our nationwide town hall audience are encouraged to call in with your questions and comments.  Our panelists include:
 
Dr. Daina Ramey Berry - Best Selling Author and Associate Professor of History and African and African Diaspora Studies at the University of Texas at Austin.
 
Kevin Henry - Author, Speaker, Talk Show Host, Activist and Diversity Consultant, and Life Coach.
 
Maura Sweeney - Author, podcaster, and international speaker.  Ms. Sweeney has been featured on hundreds of radio shows and podcasts as well as NBC, BBC, and European TV.

Chandra Brooks - Chandra  is the former Vice President of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP), an appointed Commissioner of Santa Clara County's Commission on the Status of Women and Girls, and elected Delegate for The California Democratic Party.

Dr. Derek ChangAssociate Professor of History and Asian American Studies at Cornell University.

Shannon Martinez - Former white supremacist and neo nazi.  She is now a volunteer with Life After Hate, a leading organization dedicated to helping people leave white supremacy.
 
Tuesday - June 19, 2018 | 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM CDT
 
 
 
 Coming In October 
The Stand Against Gun Violence   
One of the major problems in America is the proliferation of gun violence in our communities, resulting in the needless loss of lives.  This is a great concern to The CWR Talk Network.  This special 2 hour long virtual town hall meeting will include a panel of experts on gun violence from government and law enforcement and victims and their families.  The goal is to explore what can be done as individuals and communities to take a stand against gun violence.  Listeners in our nationwide town hall audience are encouraged to call in with your questions and comments.  Date and time to be determined.
 
   
 
Coming June 6th To The CWR Talk Network

Phillip Malcolm, Co-Host


Join Me For
No Sleep
Exclusively On The CWR Talk Network
Coming June 6th

What NO SLEEP Means To Me 
Micah Williams:  No Sleep Co-host




What is No Sleep?

No Sleep is a metaphor. A metaphor for the late hours worrying about our future. The countless mental and emotional deprivations we encounter. No Sleep is a metaphor most millennials, including myself, deal with. Many issues ranging from present and clear racism, inequality of LGBT+ community, economic and governmental issues and others that we deal with.


How YOU can be a part of the program

Listeners can be a part of the program by of course, calling-in and interaction of social media.


Why YOUR feedback from call-ins and chatting during the show, and on social
media is important

It is important because it can enhance the experience and allow a plethora of opinions on various topics we will soon discuss to be heard. It reinforces the fact that YOUR opinions matter and will be heard


Host Spotlight
Shareene Rice




Making A Difference about Domestic Violence
Host: Shareene Rice
2nd and 4th Thursday 8:00 PM CDT


The second and fourth Thursday of each month will be action packed; please join me as I welcome guests who will discuss empowerment and oppression of domestic abuse victims. We will discuss all issues surrounding domestic abuse; awareness, personal stories, PTSD, anxiety, and healing from domestic abuse. The most important aspect of abuse is awareness and healing, and healing will be a point of discussion in every show.

Callers make a difference, so do not hesitate to call in and ask questions of the guest. Please make a point to listen to the discussion and call in and make your views or insights heard. The number will be announced at the beginning of every show. Help me Make A Difference About Domestic Violence and join me for an eventful evening. Let me know what you think of the show at shareenecwr@gmail.com. You can also get additional information from our website: CWRTalkNetwork.com


May Line Up

May 10th         I will welcome back Lupe Moreno, who will be talking about her knew                             book titled, "Unmasking the Silent Killer: The Many Faces of Abuse." We                         will discuss her experience of abuse, what made her want to write a                               book and how it helped her.
 
May 24th         I am very blessed to have to women with some extreme and                                          unusual  commonalities, that helped them through their abuse. I will                                welcome  Sylvia Rocio M. and Lacy Fiore to my show "The importance                              of  sisterhood during and following abuse." They will share their stories                            and  how they met and how they continue to strengthen each other today.                        They  are amazingly strong women that are an inspiration to those who                            know  them.


Host Spotlight
Donell Edwards
 

Donell Edwards: VIEWPOINTS
Host: Donell Edwards
Mondays - 6:30 PM CDT


Join me every Monday night for discussions with expert guests discussing causes, issues, and life empowerment topics from a different perspective, YOURS! My show is about YOUR viewpoints. So call in and express yourself, because on my show, your viewpoint is the most important one.

So be sure to listen during the show to hear when we are accepting calls and for the call-in number. Your voice won't be heard, unless you speak. So be a part of the Donell Edwards: VIEWPOINTS movement. Call us every Monday night. Get more information at our website, CWRTalkNetwork.com

Here are my upcoming programs and guests for May:


May 7th        Tips For Job Seekers and College Graduates  
                    Special Guest:  Carolyn Owens - Chairwoman and CEO of Infinity                                    Coaching, Inc., Career, Leadership and Life Coach 
 
May 14th      Surviving Domestic Violence and Becoming A Social Activist                                             Special Guest: Lisa Orban - Domestic Abuse Survivor, Author,
                    and Community Activist 
 
May 21st       Introduction to Investing:  What You Need to Know to Become A
                    Successful Investor
                    Special Guest:  Anmol Singh - Financial Trader, Entrepreneur, and Success
                    Coach

What NO SLEEP Means To Me
 Phil Malcolm:   No Sleep Co-host




What is No Sleep?

This radio show is a call to action. Similar to the "Stay Woke" mantra, we want to provoke ideas and provide inspiration for millennials.



How YOU can be part of the program

Please make sure to tune in and call-in every week. Also, follow us on our social media page!



Why YOUR feedback is important

Feedback helps us determine whether we are providing the information YOU need and help us gauge whether we are hitting our target goal every show. Without feedback we won't know how to best please YOU, the listener. If you like/dislike something, please make it known!


BLOCKBUSTER Weekend At The Box Office For
Avengers


According to Disney Studios, Avengers: Infinity War made an estimated $630 million worldwide and an estimated $250 million domestically, making it the biggest weekend opening ever both globally and domestically.

 


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A Message From
Conference of African American Financial Professionals (CAAFP)

As America's network for causes, issues, and life empowerment, The CWR Talk Network is greatly interested in financial empowerment and building wealth.  Thus, we are elated to support the 13th annual Conference of African American Financial Professionals (CAAFP).  If you are a financial planner or would like to learn how to become one, or if you are interested in attending the conference, here is a message for you.

The American College of Financial Services is pleased to host the 13th annual Conference of African American Financial Professionals (CAAFP), August 6-8, 2018 at the Marriott Marquis in Washington, DC. Once again, leading companies from across the financial services profession will come together at this vibrant event to further the education, advancement, and heritage of African American financial professionals. For more information and registration, visit our website C-A-A-F-P-2018 or call The American College at 610-526-1565.

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