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  • Good Radio Shows: 2009 Episodes

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  • Good Radio Shows: 2010 Episodes

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  • Peace Talks
    could get out there and say Listen YOU are part of the broadcast system YOUR own awareness is filtering into the mainstream That YOU are a participant in the game Then you could see in some very fundamental way that you could contribute your own life sourcing and energies into the peace paradigms in the world Leanne what s your sense of what degree the media impacts one s ability to resolve conflict peacefully LEANNE POTTS I think you learn conflict resolution skills from many sources Media is one It s a powerful one I think if you re not making the human connections in your lives to learn some of this the fault is with you I mean there are other ways to learn conflict resolution than what Rupert Murdoch tells you or what a newspaper headline writer tells you or what Dan Rather tells you I mean come on the world s a lot bigger than that If you just want to sit and watch then you re not going to do any better with conflict resolution skills But if you care about making the world a better place if you want things to be differently then that s what s going to motivate you If you want to be a violent nation and I might add that we were a violent nation long before there was television radio and video games We were a violent nation I mean we have it in our constitution our right to bear guns We take our weapons really seriously in this culture I would argue that maybe this culture has never been very good at conflict resolution That s a skill we ve yet to master Bob does what we see in the media really impact people s ability to resolve conflicts non violently BOB MCCANNON Absolutely The irony is that the media never tells parents to what extent the research shows that watching violence makes kids more aggressive and more importantly desensitizes them to the pain and suffering of others The research on that is just mind boggling And it s important to realize that the Hollywood PR machine criticizes this on the basis that Well it s just correlations and correlations don t prove cause and effect You can t prove that watching violence makes kids more aggressive They say that over and over again Well you can t prove anything in social studies research except through correlations And the correlations regarding violent media and aggressiveness and desensitization are much greater than the correlations between smoking and lung cancer Kids are learning to resolve conflict through violence and I believe it carries over to citizens in this country are thinking that the way to solve national conflicts is through huge military budgets and sending those troops off to fight wars PART TWO James you ve said we re close to seeing an emergence of a more compassionate and globally conscious audience determined to see a better reflection of its

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  • Peace Talks
    HUMAN RESOURCES EXPERT How do customer service reps become more effective Mary Cooley Be sincere in the messages you send Be specific with people Address your customers personal needs to make them feel like a valuable human being and address their practical need Why did they come to you Is it for a taco is it for a book is it for a report If you address those elements you will deliver good customer service How should a clerk or sales person handle a customer who s really upset Cooley Well I think the worst thing people do is embattle that customer I like the acronym that we use in training with is HEAT 1 HEAR THEM OUT Don t engage Don t have non verbals with your arms crossed in front of you saying I m tuned out I m not listening Let that person voice however they have to voice their concerns 2 EMPATHIZE Say if that were happening to me how would I feel Try to live for a moment in their shoes 3 APOLOGIZE I don t think this happens nearly enough today Say I m sorry we re sorry this occured to you Again be sincere 4 TAKE RESPONSIBILITY Tell the customer Here s what I m able and willing to do Take ownership of it What services does your office offer New Mexicans Joel Cruz Esparza 1 Mediation After a consumer has tried to resolve a disputed transaction with a business then the consumer comes to our office Most often by the time a consumer comes to us they re already in a dispute 2 Legal Education We do this so we can prevent this kind of dispute 3 Work with the legislature To try and pass laws that are more fair to both

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  • PEACE TALKS: Poetry For Peace
    Ingles hosts Poets featured Samantha Scolamiero Ruth Imber Nick James Bill Nevins Kay Crowne Tito Perez Grace and George Miller Click here to hear the 29 minute program as an MP3 Click here to hear more poems from the World Peace Reading 24 00 MP3 You may also find out more about the Peace Talks Radio series at www peacetalksradio com CD copies of this program are available For more

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  • Good Radio Shows: 2007 Episodes

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  • Peace Talks - Mairead Maguire
    don t know the ways of nonviolence That is truly tragic particularly in communities who would describe themselves as Christian What is Christian about dropping or making nuclear bombs and storing them Who are we going to drop them on and spending billions of pounds producing these nuclear weapons while children die in poverty and haven t got proper education and health care We have to rethink our whole attitude starting with the demilitarization of the mind set and finding creative new ways of doing things We have to rebuild the institutions rebuild structures support the United Nations support the European parliament movements for humanitarian solutions for these problems support those in our communities who are working for human rights and the equality agenda upholding international laws upholding your Constitution America could lead the world in nuclear disarmament and no war I believe that s much more the real spirit of the American people Then we d have the freedom to really look at new ways new institutions and build these things We are the human family Mairead Maguire 1976 Nobel Peace Prize Co Winner Interviewer Carol Boss Mairead Corrigan 1976 BOSS You also wrote that humankind is evolving to a higher consciousness Everything is changing Everything is possible What is the likelihood of these beliefs of yours coming to fruition considering the state of our post 9 11 world where the quest for retaliation seems stronger than ever MAGUIRE I believe there s absolutely every possibility that we as the human family will evolve to the stage where we are building nonviolent non killing societies The human family people are forever changing We re learning so much today The one thing we do all know is that love compassion and forgiveness come from the heart of every single one of us We just have to develop and water the seeds and believe we have the power as individuals Particularly when we join together with other individuals with a vision of doing things in a peaceful and nonviolent way we are powerful to bring about real change The youth of today are crying out for a different world all over the world Young people don t want to bring children into a world that is armed to the teeth with nuclear weapons which is using war as a method of solving its conflicts I ve traveled the world I ve been in Iraq I ve been in most every area of the world People are great People are good People want peace We have to commit ourselves our lives and take risks for peace wherever we live BOSS Do people who challenge the idea of nonviolence and peacemaking ever challenge you This is in consideration of the many fears of people around the world and certainly in this country about terrorism MAGUIRE We need to work so we don t have terrorism The best way in which to do that is to uphold human rights and international laws and to

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