Top Globalization Expert Discusses the Global Peril of Record High Income Inequality

The Hutchinson Report Newsmaker Hour

December 30, 2011
for Immediate Release
Contact:

Earl Ofari Hutchinson

323-383-6145

 

Press Advisory:

Top Globalization Expert Discusses the Global Peril of Record High Income Inequality

                                            

In an exclusive interview on The Hutchinson Report Newsmaker Hour on KTYM 1460 AM Radio, streamed globally on ktym.com, and blogtalkradio.com, and on thehutchinsonreportnews.com on Friday, December 30, 9:30AM PST and Saturday, December 31, 7:00 PM, Sarah Anderson, Institute for Policy Studies Global Economy Project Director, and a member of an advisory committee to  President Obama on bilateral investment treaties, discusses the domestic and global peril of record levels of income inequality and widening poverty.  Ms. Anderson will assess what impact the issue of income inequality will have on the presidential elections and governmental policies.

 

“Income inequality has become a crisis issue that affects tens of millions in the U.S. and globally, ”  says Political Analyst and Hutchinson Report Host Earl Ofari Hutchinson, “One of the nation’s top experts on the global economy will tell how this crucial problem will affect the politics and policies in the U.S. and world-wide.”

 

 

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The Hutchinson Report Newsmaker Hour

KTYM 1460 AM Radio

Friday, December 30, 9:30 to 10:00 AM

Saturday, December 31, 7:00 to 7:30 PM

Streamed nationally and globally on ktym.com

Podcast on blogtalkradio.com

Televised on thehutchinsonreportnews.com

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Los Angeles Urban Policy Roundtable Launches Building Healthy Communities Initiative in America’s Most Impoverished Cities

Los Angeles Urban Policy Roundtable

January 2, 2012
for Immediate Release
Contact: Ingrid Spasser
310-995-3191

 

Los Angeles Urban Policy Roundtable Launches Building Healthy Communities Initiative in America’s Most Impoverished Cities

 

The Los Angeles Urban Policy Roundtable announced on Tuesday, January 2 the launch of its Building Healthy Communities Initiative in the five most impoverished American cities. The cities are: Brownsville-Harlingen, Texas, Pine Bluff, Ark., McAllen-Edinburg-Mission, Texas, Albany, Ga., and Kingsport-Bristol, Tenn.-Bristol, Va. These cities were named by the U.S. Census Bureau in 2010 as having the highest poverty rates in the nation.

The Los Angeles Urban Policy Roundtable’s Building Healthy Communities Initiative will expand the organization’s on-going work to help build self-reliance and sustainability in the nation’s most underserved communities in the areas of violence prevention, at risk youth training, leadership mentoring and tutoring, financial education, health and nutrition awareness, arts, cultural and media training, college financial support, and civic engagement. The program will award Impact Micro Awards to community organizations in the five selected cities that best fulfill that mission.

The Los Angeles Urban Policy Roundtable will work with city officials and community leaders in the impoverished cities to select and support those community organizations that have a consistent track record in working to improve health, education, and economic uplift programs in their cities. Impact Micro Awards will continue to be given as in the past to groups in Los Angeles and other cities to build community self-reliance and sustainability.

“The Los Angeles Urban Policy Roundtable’s  Building Healthy Communities Initiative will support the on-going efforts of city officials and community leaders in America’s most under served cities, “ says Los Angeles Urban Policy Roundtable President Earl Ofari Hutchinson, “ In their fight against poverty, and to boost health,  education, and public services in their cities.”

The Los Angeles Urban Policy Roundtable gives special thanks to the Wells Fargo Foundation, Weingart Foundation, New America Media and Los Angeles City Councilman Bernard Parks for their generous support of the Impact Awards Program and Building Healthy Communities Initiative.

Information From Suzanne Gravelle Author of Unfinished

Share information from Suzanne Gravelle, author of Unfinished, on http://margayleahjustice.blogspot.com/2011/12/guest-post-by-suzanne-gravelle-author.html

 

For more information about Unfinished by Suzanne Gravelle, visit http://www.amazon.com/Unfinished-Suzanne-Gravelle/dp/192700506X and you can follow her journey on her blog – http://ontourwithsuzanne.blogspot.com

A Guest Post from Suzanne Gravelle, Author of Unfinished

Shares a guest post by Suzanne Gravelle, author of Unfinished, on http://moonlightlacemayhem.blogspot.com/2011/12/wistful-wednesday_21.html

 

For more information about Unfinished by Suzanne Gravelle, visit http://www.amazon.com/Unfinished-Suzanne-Gravelle/dp/192700506X and you can follow her journey on her blog – http://ontourwithsuzanne.blogspot.com

Share a Review for Unfinished by Suzanne Gravelle

Linda Merlino shares her review for Unfinished by Suzanne Gravelle on her blog – http://gooddaysnodays.blogspot.com/2011/12/blog-review.html

 

For more information about Unfinished by Suzanne Gravelle, visit http://www.amazon.com/Unfinished-Suzanne-Gravelle/dp/192700506X and you can follow her journey on her blog – http://ontourwithsuzanne.blogspot.com

First African-American West Coast Operated National Broadcast Network Launched in January

The Hutchinson Newsmaker Network
  

December 20, 2011
for Immediate Release
Contact:

Angela Hoffman

323-630-2649

Press Advisory:

 

First African-American West Coast Operated National Broadcast Network Launched in January

 

The Hutchinson Newsmaker Network will launch in January, 2012. It will be the first African-American west coast operated national broadcast network. The network will syndicate the weekly Hutchinson Report Newsmaker Hour nationally. The network was created by Hutchinson Report Newsmaker Hour Host Earl Ofari Hutchinson, a nationally known political analyst and syndicated columnist.

The Hutchinson Newsmaker Network will be the go to network for Capitol Hill, the White House, Republican and Democratic political leaders to have their say on the hot button issues of the week on radio and internet TV nationally,” says Hutchinson,” This is a return to old fashioned unfiltered conversational interviews where political leaders make and break news for the American public.”

The Hutchinson Newsmaker Network will feature the weekly Hutchinson Report Newsmaker Hour. The show features in-depth conversations with the nation’s top elected officials, political leaders and opinion makers in the White House, on Capitol Hill, as well as the nation’s leading political and social issue writers and commentators across the political spectrum. They fully air their views on controversial, topical, and crucial public policy issues, initiatives and legislation.

 

The Hutchinson Newsmaker Network syndicated stations are KTYM-Los Angeles, WWNL-Pittsburgh, and WVTJ-Pensacola, Florida, KCNW-Kansas City, and KXKS-Albuquerque. The network covers 8 states, Alabama, Maryland, Pennsylvania, Ohio, West Virginia,  Florida, New Mexico, and California and is heard in  over 50 major and mid size cities with a listening audience reach of 5.2 million.  The Hutchinson Nationwide Network blends standard radio, internet radio, internet TV, and a global web stream.

 

Market Cities and States

Alabama

Robertsdale

Foley

Muscogee

 

California

Los Angeles

Long Beach

Inglewood

Santa Monica

Torrance

Beverly Hills

Hollywood

Culver City

Kansas

Kansas City

Topeka

Lawrence

Leavenworth

Atchison

 

Maryland

Rockville

Bethesda

Silver Spring

College Park

Cumberland

 

Missouri

Kansas City

Excelsior Springs

Independence

St. Joseph

Liberty

Plattsburg

Garden City

 

New Mexico

Albuquerque

Grants

Socorro

Santa Fe

Los Alamos

Espanola

 

Pennsylvania

Pittsburgh

New Cumberland

Uniontown

McKeesport

New Castle

 

Florida

Pensacola

West Pensacola

Warrington Escambia

Pensacola Naval Air Station

Pensacola AF Base

 

West Virginia

Morgantown

Fairmont

Wheeling

 

Ohio

Youngstown

Steubenville

Boardman

Liverpool

Bellaire

Suzanne Gravelle Talks About Recovering from Heartbreak

Dianne Ascroft shares a guest post about heartbreak and recovery by Suzanne Gravelle, author of Unfinished – http://dianneascroft.wordpress.com/2011/12/20/unfinished-suzanne-gravelles-journey/

 

For more information about Unfinished by Suzanne Gravelle, visit http://www.amazon.com/Unfinished-Suzanne-Gravelle/dp/192700506X and you can follow her journey on her blog – http://ontourwithsuzanne.blogspot.com.

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