Today’s Positive Show! Featured Organization was Coalition for the Homeless
The Coalition has advocacy, education and coordination programs to reduce homelessness in Louisville. You can view the one page synopsis of the 2013-2014 Blueprint to End Homelessness right here.
Natalie discussed the Rx Housing program in Louisville that has been profoundly successful and provided 100 homes to homeless men this year. Check out the Facebook page Rx: Housing – 100K homes.
For more information please visit the Coalition for the Homeless at louhomeless.org.
Play List :
1. I Won’t Back Down – Dawn Landes 2. Rythym of Love – Plain White T’s 3. No More Sad Songs – Trembling Blue Stars 4. Love – Bran Jonestown Massacre 5. Start of a New Day – Ray Brown & Moonstone 6. Until the Poorest of the Poor Have Enough Money to Spend – West Coast Pop Experimental Band 7. Revolution – Dr. John 8. Door to the Cosmos – Sun Ra 9. You Won’t Regret It – Ceu 10. Keep on Pushin – Ike and Tina Turner 11. Love is Free – Stoneface and the Everlasting 12. Train To Glory – The Ethiopians 13. Press Freedom – Cocoa Tea 14. Positive Force – Skeletons 15. Pygmy Love Song – Francis Beybey 16. Tetigo – M. Sarif and Kondan 17. When I Live My Dream – Seu Jorge (GUEST PICKS NEXT THREE) 18. That Wasn’t Me – Brandi Carlile 19. Streets of London – Ralph McTell 20. Peace Train – Cat Stevens 21. Ease My Mind – Arrested Development 22. Good Morning – Chamillionaire 23. I’m Set Free – The Velvet Underground 24. Every Day Is Yours – R.E.M 25. Kid President – Pep Talk 26. All Is Love – Karen O and the Kids 27. Because I Got it Like That – The Jungle Brothers
Good News Links:
Mesopotamian wetlands believed to be the biblical site of “Garden of Eden” approved as first national park and protected land in Iraq.
New vaccine for protecting against the deadly airborne disease proves to be 100% successful according to early results for it’s first human trails. The most successful vaccine to date is not yet ready for mass distribution, but is promising and is awaiting further testing.
Altogether, Americans volunteered approximately 7.9 billion hours in 2011. According to the report, this labor contributed an estimated value of $171 billion to the economy.
Just a few hours after stealing six computer towers and a new laptop in San Bernardino, California, a group of burglars had a change of heart and returned the stolen items after realizing they had broken into a rape crisis center. Going one step further, they left behind an apology note.
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