Month: April 2017

Not One More Pittsburgh

Sorry for the delay in posting this video. Thank you Laura for joining me in a wonderful conversation about Not One More Pittsburgh and sharing what you are trying to do. What is Not One More Why Not One More Pittsburgh Why did you start a Pittsburgh Chapter What is your mission and dream There are many wonderful organizations around and they need our help. Not on financially but volunteers. If you are passionate about fighting the addiction crisis please reach out to me or one of the organizations we have been talking...

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Watch Social Media is EVVILL!

Thank you Tina Shang for co-hosting with me last night for a great discussion about social media. The good and the bad, and how to stay safe. Thank you also Susan for joining us for how you use social media for good. We are talking about making this into a regular show and would like to talk to others about social media. How it has been used for good, how to stay safe and what could happen that is bad.   Links to articles about social media for good Five teens using social media for good 5 ways social...

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Coffee Talk Update

Every Sunday we like to give updates about Sunflower Effect. The idea behind Coffee Talk Update is to share what is happening and what is planned. Facebook Live Discussions Discussion with Laura Propst of Not One More Pittsburgh Chapter Join us today, Sunday April 23, 2017 at 7PM EST Social Media is Eeeviilll …. Tuesday, April 25, 2017 at 6PM EST Special “Talk Show” about social media with Tina Shang from GoLiveGeeks You can join the discussion in this special event on Facebook Live Generation FOUND! – June 5, 2017 Screening in Pittsburgh Join us on June 5, 2017...

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More Deaths Than 12 Years in Vietnam

I have heard this before, but found this article today, read the quote below. It’s the highest number of drug-related deaths our country has ever seen. It’s more deaths than the peak of the AIDS epidemic in 1995. In a single year, we’ve lost nearly as many Americans to drug overdose as we lost in battle in World War I. Almost as many as was lost in 12 years in Vietnam. And that’s just overdose deaths. That number—as high as it is—says nothing about the long-term health damage to our citizens who survive, to say nothing about the human...

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