Down To Earth With Harriet Cammock

Down To Earth With Harriet Cammock

By Harriet Cammock
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What Happens When True Live Is not Enough?
Caroline Flack, the 49 yr old former host of the wildly successful British reality show ‘Love Island’, committed suicide the day free Valentine’s Day . Her death came on the heels of a public breakup with her boyfriend,27 yr old Lewis Burton,, who had accused her of assaulting him; the accusations resulted in Caroline being charged with his assault.. At the time of her death,she was facing an upcoming trial stemming from the assault allegations.
46:43
February 16, 2020
Native and Indigenous women are dying in childbirth
A recent NBC News investigative reporting reveals the number rod Native American Indigenous women who are dying in childbirth . In this episode Harriet tellers her own story of implicit bias that impacted her pregnancy and almost caused the death of her and her baby in a Florida Hospital.
52:57
February 14, 2020
Why Do Black Puerto Rican’s Identify as White on #Census
The island nation has a long and shocking history of it’s residents identifying as white. More than three quarters of Pierre Ricans identifies as white on the last census, even though a large portion of the island has roots in Africa.
48:24
February 13, 2020
Homelessness Among School Children Is on the Rise-Again
The National Center for Homelessness in Education is reporting an increase in homelessness among public school children for 2017-2018 school year. There ‘a been a 137%increase in students who described living in unsheltered spaces like abandoned buildings and cars
42:14
February 12, 2020
Facial Recognition Technology is coming to a New York School District
School districts across the country are incorporating the controversial software despite objections from citizens and parents. The Lockport School District in Lockport, New York (20 miles east of Niagara Falls) has incorporated facial recognition software to monitor people on the property of it’s eight schools, becoming the first known public school district in New York to adopt facial recognition and one of the first in the nation.
51:33
February 11, 2020
What To Fo About Toxic Relationships
Behavioral psychiatrist, De. Rhonda Mattox joined me to discuss why do we choose the SAM eMate over and over and what to do with our toxic relationships
59:34
February 11, 2020
The Myth of White Slavery
White slavery has its roots in slavery that took place after ‘chattel slavery’ The myth of white slavery surrounds the forcible use of white women who were abused and violated and the outcry against their treatment , but the same Christian evangelicals who cried out against ‘perceived white slavery’ did not cry out against chattel black slavery of black women who were sexually abused and violated.
54:05
February 10, 2020
Has Conservative Christianity Fueled the Sex Trafficking Trade
While Christians are largely of one kind that human and sex trafficking are wrong, the strategies we use to accomplish an end to these horrors vary. Social purity movements led by middle-class Christian evangelicals are after all rooted in assumptions that a woman’s natural moral nature should be pure, pious and submissive.
56:45
February 9, 2020
Indigenous Women And Children Are the Most Vulnerable to Sex Trafficking
The human trafficking of indigenous peoples in the Americas, began with Christopher Columbus, and continues today where indigenous women and children are disproportionately affected by human trafficking and primarily sex trafficking .
47:46
February 7, 2020
The Myth Of Dangerous Neigjboehoods
Why are we criminalizing entire neighborhoods. 30 years after the ‘broken window’ form of policing?
46:45
February 7, 2020
Chaos at Chain Pharmacies Is Putting Vulnerable Patients At Risk
The people least surprised by medication mix-ups are the pharmacists working in some of the country’s biggest retail chains. Many pharmacists at popular drugstores like CVS, Rite-Aid, and Walgreens describe understaffed and chaotic workplaces where they say it has become difficult to perform their jobs safely., putting the public at great risk of medication errors.
56:32
February 5, 2020
Are Slavery Reparations Really Impossible?
Advocates for slavery reparations have spent decades calling on the U.S. government to assess how such a policy could be implemented. A 30 year old Bill in the U.S. House of Representatives (H.R. 40) , has never reached a vote. According to an Associated Press poll, while 74% of African Americans favor reparations payments , 85% of White Americans oppose it. Although the public remains unloved, for some African Americans in Chicago and at Georgetown University, reparations are within reach.
53:01
February 4, 2020
The Power Of Privileged Neighboorhoods
A recent study shows how neighborhoods are impacted by race and income disparities
56:02
February 3, 2020
Locked Up: Kids’Parents Are Incarcerated And Christians Are Not Helping
Why as a Christian country are so many of our people locked up? What happens to the children of incarcerated parents. A non-religious organization in Detroit aims to fix that . There are 2.7 million children in America whose parents are incarcerated.
43:34
February 2, 2020
White Americans Will Be The New Minority
According to data from statisticians at the Census Bureau, while Americans will be the minority in 2044
51:30
February 1, 2020
What Makes A Routine. At Accident A Crime
While driving through a dangerous curve in East Texas in 2016, James Fulton turned into oncoming traffic and killed 20 yr old Haile Beasley. Despite James crossing over two lanes of traffic, at the scene, the detective failed to take a blood draw of James and he was subsequently let go.
51:59
January 30, 2020
Facial Recognition Is Making Privacy A Thing Of The Past
A tech startup in Australia developed a facial recognition software sold to American law enforcement agencies. The company uses your pictures uploaded to sites like google, facebook and YouTube . This makes your privacy a thing of the past
59:21
January 30, 2020
Manhattan’s Luxury Skyscrapers Are Emory- But It’s Homeless Shelter’s Are Full
More than half of luxury condo units remain unsold after five years on the market. While 80,000 homeless people sleep in New York City’s shelters or on it’s streets, the average price of a newly listed Manhattan condo is $3.77M.
59:17
January 28, 2020
California Lawmakers Considering Declaring Painkillers As Carcinogens
At the height of the #opiscrisis, should California lawmakers classify a common painkiller as a carcinogen. A state law known as Proposition 65 says California must warn people of any chemical known to cause cancer or reproductive toxicity. Acetaminophen, an over-the-counter painkiller is the basis for more than 600 prescription medications, could be added to that list. Over 133 studies about acetaminophen were reviewed, with only a few concluding that use of acetaminophen led to increase in the risk of cancer.
48:22
January 27, 2020
Jealousy Is Preventing Us From Being Good Persons
Jealousy is defined as resentment against a person enjoying success or advantage while envy is defined as covetousness towards someone else’s advantages, success, possessions, etc. These emotions lie at the very antithesis of all that Christ taught us. As Christians, our goal is to love one another, as Christ loves us.
59:34
January 26, 2020
How American Firms Helped Africa’s Richest Woman Exploit Her Country’s Wealth
Angola is a southwestern African country rich in diamonds and oil preserves but mired by corruption, grinding poverty, widespread illiteracy and high infant mortality rate. Angola is the native country of one of the world’s richest women, Isabel Dos Santos, a billionaire whose father was president rod Angola from 1975-. Her father under his tenure gave her access to the country’s resources which she used for her own benefit
48:55
January 24, 2020
American History Textbooks Are Influenced By Partisan Politics
Political divide shape what students learn about American history. Conservatives fight for schools to promote patriotism, Christianity, and the founding fathers. The political left pushes for focus on marginalized groups of history, like women, enslaved people, and Native Americans. Analysis king some of the most popular textbooks used in California and Texas a New York Times analysis discovered hundreds of differences- some subtle others very extensive. On complex political questions, textbook publishers are caught in the middle.
50:13
January 23, 2020
College-educated White Americans Are Largely Political Hobbyists
Although most college-educated people follow political updates by reading articles online, they mostly consume political information only as way of satisfying their own emaotional and intellectual needs. Political hobbyists learn and talk about big, important things, and debate the issues on their abstract merits, as opposed to engaging in politics via being a member of union, belonging to an organization, or attending political meetings.
52:09
January 22, 2020
What Will America Do With It’s Abandoned Churches
With immigrants and refuge populations growing across the U.S. the conversion of vacant Christian churches into new places of worship can preserve historic architecture. But what of instances where those former churches are now used as community centers. It begs the question did the Christian Church miss it’s mark in addressing the needs of the community it serves. Was the church relevant to it’s community
55:05
January 21, 2020
Increasing The Minimum Wage Could Lower The Rates Of Suicide
More than 47,000 Americans died by suicide in 2017. Along with other so-called ‘deaths of despair’ -alcoholism and drug overdoses- Suicide is slowly growing into a public health crisis . Researchers estimate that a $1 increase in the minimum wage corresponded with a 3,5% decrease in the Suicide rate for those with a high school education or less, with the effect being moat pronounced during times of high unemployment.
55:47
January 20, 2020
Let Freedom Ring
As we celebrate the life and work of #MartinLutherKing, the great American Linerator, we are urged by the words of Jesus Christ , Him who gave His life for freedom , in Luke 4:18. He taught us the He had come to set the oppressed free.
53:08
January 19, 2020
Detroit Is Over-Taxing Black Homeowners
After failing to accurately bring down property values in the years following the #GreatRecession, Detroit overtaxed it’s homeowners by at least $600M, according to an investigation by The Detroit News. Many faced tax foreclosures. Of the more than 63,000 #Detroit homes with delinquent debt, more than 90% were over-taxed by an average of at least $3,700 between 2010-and 2016. Although Detroit City Hall completes a 2017 state-ordered reappraisal of every residential property to correct the problem, the pain of the City’s past mistakes still rings clear, especially for Detroit’s Black residents who have resided in the City for decades.
56:52
January 17, 2020
Alcohol-Related Among Women Are on The Rise
That finding was among several troubling conclusions in analysis of death certificates published last week by the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse And Alcoholism. In fact, the rate of alcohol-related deaths amongst women rose 85% between 1999-2017.
51:19
January 16, 2020
Working Class Americans Are Dying Of Despair
Working class Americans are dying from despair . Job losses due to globalization and automation have caused deaths related to #suicide #alcoholism and #drugs.
56:59
January 15, 2020
Debtor’s Prisons Are Real. In Mississippi
A recent report by the #TheMarshallProject revealed that #Mississippi, the poorest state in the nation locks up people for owing debt from 4 months up to 5 years.
47:10
January 15, 2020
Is The #TalentedTenth Still Relevant To Black America
Coined in 1903 by African American Scholar, sociologist, writer, and philanthropist, W.E Dubois, the #talentedtenth concept was the idea that 10% of African Americans had the opportunity for upward mobility through higher education. Consequently , this 10% were morally obligated to be the rising tide that lifted Black people out of their intended status as permanent second class citizens.
59:29
January 13, 2020
Why Are We Talking About Heaven So Much
Is heaven real? Recently we discussed the story of 6 yr old Alex Malarkey, a boy who after narrowly surviving a car accident that left him a quadriplegic, became the center of a media storm when his father Kevin published a bestseller describe Alex’s experiences in ‘visiting heaven’.
46:31
January 12, 2020
Gen X Women (born 1965-1980) Aren’t Getting Any Sleep
Members of Generation X report sleeping fewer hours per night than members of other generations, including Baby Boomers, Millenials, and Generation Z .
57:52
January 10, 2020
Inmates Are Dying In Mississippi Prisons
Over the last week, Mississippi’s state prisons have exploded with gang warfare, riots, disorder, and killing. Despite the state having the third highest incarceration rates in the country, Mississippi’s state prions still experience extreme staff vacancies, a long record of violence, frequent inmate escapes, inadequate healthcare, and institutions where criminal gangs are tolerated.
51:05
January 9, 2020
The Boy Who Came Back From Heaven
A 6 yr old boy who had been involved in a car accident , told his father about a near death experience he had. The story eventually became a book which launched a genre of Christian publishing. The boy now grown up retracted his story by saying he never told his father that-
59:34
January 8, 2020
Older People Need Geriatricians; But Where Are They?
A geriatrician is a physician who specializes in the care of older adults. These doctors monitor and coordinate treatment for ailments, disabilities, and medications their patients need, but also determine what’s most important for their well-being and quality of life.
43:45
January 7, 2020
The #LGBTQ Split In The United Methodist Church
United Methodist Church unveiled a plan for anew conservative denomination that would split from the church in an attempt to resolve a decades-long dispute over gay marriage and gay clergy.
43:37
January 5, 2020
The Last Sunday Of The Decade
As we enter the last Sunday of the decade, we are both looking back and moving forward. We are looking back at the past, both grateful for the blessings, and understanding of the lessons. But we’re also looking to the future, receiving of good fortune, but are prepared for any ill that can befall us. How can we put forth a spirit of earnest gratitude while remaining equally hopeful and optimistic about our future?
46:18
December 29, 2019
The Problem Of Homelessness In America’s Wealthiest State:
Black Californians who are descendants of the #greatmigration experience homelessness. What this reveals is the public policy initiative of #redlining:
47:07
December 26, 2019
The Last Christmas Of The Decade: The Perfect Time To Refelct
One of the single most effective things we can do to deepen our spiritual growth is to reflect on the impact that God and His scriptures have had on our lives. Reflection is more than just thinking about the past: it’s deliberate, thoughtful pondering of the works that God has performed on your life, and how those works transformed your life for the better.
47:03
December 22, 2019
#FreeChrystul: Chrystal Kizer accused of killing her #sextrafficker
Chrystal Kizer, a Black teenager from Kenosha, Wisconsin was just 16 yrs old when she met Randy Vilar a 33 yr old white man accused of trafficking and sexually abusing Black girls. Volatile sexually abused Chrystal multiple times and filmed each instance. Randy Volar was arrested and released despite evidence against him and remained free until Chrystal shot him.
48:11
December 20, 2019
#Millennials Are Leaving ReligionAnd Not Coming Back
Millennials, 23-38 are leaving religion and are not coming back. They seem to have a disconnect from organized religion and faith in general. At the same time organized religion is not understanding or trying to reach them, what does the future hold?
51:36
December 19, 2019
A Changing Healthcare Landscape: Overworked Emergency Room Doctors
In the typical emergency room, demand outpaces the care that workers can provide. Emergency rooms are meant to have open capacity to best handle large scale tragedies such as train wrecks, multiple car crashes, natural disasters, but traffic to a typical emergency room has been growing at twice the pace projected by the United States population growth, despite the Affordable Care Act.
31:51
December 18, 2019
A new student loan proposed by U.S. Sec. of Education, Betsy Devos may alter #studentloandebt
With total outstanding loan balances standing at $1Trillion, politicians are looking for solutions . At a conference for financial aid, administrators of the Department of Education proposed an alternative: Income-share agreements, a private sector financial product that is popular among education start-ups in Silicon Valley.
49:23
December 18, 2019
#FastFashion Brand #FashionNova underpays factory workers
The online retailer #FashioNNova has perfected fast fashion for the Instagram era , relying on celebrities and Instagram users to post about the brand relentlessly. The company’s founder says it can get it’s clothes made in less than 2 weeks by manufacturers located not far from the company’s Los Angeles headquarters.
46:33
December 16, 2019
Overcoming Your Personal Demons
Sometimes we are chained to the pain of the past. This prevents us from enjoying the present. Listen how to overcome your personal demons
47:51
December 15, 2019
The hypocrisy of neo-liberalism in a Maryland school district
The community of Columbia, southwest of Baltimore,Maryland has prided itself on inclusion ever since it was founded over half a century ago.: racially integrated with affordable housing, ‘The Next America’ was its optimistic creed. However a recent proposal to balance the number rod low-income children enrolled in schools across Howard County (where Columbia sits) has led to bitter, divisive, resistance from the so-called ‘liberal’ residents.
1:00:04
December 13, 2019
Down To Earth With Harriet Cammock- Racism Is Alive ANd Well In The Banking Industry
A Black JP Morgan employee and a Black wealthy customer secretly recorded their conversations with bank staff. It uncovered racism and a legacy of racism directed against Black customers despite their wealthy status.
29:33
December 12, 2019
America’s infatuation with guns- #jerseycityshooting
We watched as another #massshooting unfolded. This time in an ultra-orthodox Jewishcommunity across the river from Lower Manhattan. When it ended. A police officer had been killed and 4 others, murdered. The shooting ended at a #kosher market where folks were shopping for groceries, a nearby school was placed on lockdown, and people were at a synagogue praying. It was a modern day gunfight at the Ok Corral, as people ran for cover . What is Americqa’s fascination with guns? 
28:36
December 11, 2019
Poor Healthcare means Poor People: Why Poor Healthcare is contributing to #deathsofdespair
A newly published analysis of more than half a century of federal mortality data found an alarming increase in death rates among young people and people in midlife. The focus of the declining life expectancy in America has mostly been on the plight of rural white Americans dying from ‘deaths of despair’ or drug overdoses, alcoholism, and suicide. But while this study shows that people in midlife across all ethnicities are dying from deaths of despair, what it also shows is America’s glaringly flawed healthcare system: medical conditions like heart disease, strokes, and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease also contributed tot he increasing death rate. Is America truly at a healthcare disadvantage compared to other wealthy, first world nations?
28:13
December 10, 2019
Student Loans And Politics
The legislation in Washington that is affecting your student loans. Why are some politicians reluctant to craft legislation holding colleges accountable for low graduation rates, not greeting a job after graduation and not being able to payoff student loans.
19:54
December 10, 2019
Down To earth With Harriet Cammock: Student Loans & Politics
There is a wathere’d down legislation being proposed in Washington D.C.  that would hold colleges and universities accountable to students for low graduation rates and not being able to find jobs after graduation. And paying off student loans. The legislation faces challenges from the #collegelobby who are advocating for a free market approach to higher education
58:23
December 10, 2019
Why is the church radio silent on #racism #violence #injustice
Decades ago, advocates would arise in the church and point out societal issues. Whil offering the solution of love and peace. Today, church leaders seem to be inclined to be Ceo a a part of the society rather than spreading the love of God. The church has become a reflection of the society , denying it’s charter and it’s mission. Why is the church silent on #violenceagainstwomen, #gunviolence and racism
27:59
December 8, 2019
Uber Reported 3,045 #sexualassault incidents on U.S. Rides in 2018
Uber reported 3,045 incidents of #sexualassault in 2018. In a move described by it’s chief legal officer in detailing the number of incidents, he described the findings a “reflection of the society we live in’. This places the blame at the hands of the perpetrators not at the company. Uber and other ride sharing operators, flouted regLatinos and gave anyone with a car, access to it’s driveling platform. Unbelievable.
58:19
December 8, 2019
Down To Earth With Harriet Cammock: #BlackMindsMatter
As we approach the holidays, let’s examine the triggers that cause us to react negatively in situations of conflict especially around family gatherings. Check on your loved ones, peeps. #MentalHealth is important- check in with people, ask if they’re ok, and practice #selfcare  Love, Harriet
29:20
December 5, 2019
Michigan And Charter Schools- A Down To Earth Conversation
Michigan took a gamble on charter schools and our students are suffering. Free market works in enterprise and commerce, but not one education
08:48
December 4, 2019
Down To Earth With Harriet Cammock- Michigan Gambled on charter schools. Our children lost
Michigan has a free market approach to schools And has the most -for-profit charter schools in the country. Shocked? So was i as I read a New York Times article 
28:56
December 4, 2019
Down To Earth With Harriet Cammock: The Law That Gives Facebook Freedom To Traffick Minors
An obscure 1996 law allows tech companies to allow pimps and others to solicit and promote sex trafficking in minors. Section 230 of the law says internet companies are not liable for what their users post- but what about the sex trafficking of minors that appear o social media sites? 
28:45
December 4, 2019
Down To Earth With Harriet Cammock: Income Inequality Is On The Rise
Wages in some sectors are thriving, while in other sectors, they remain stagnant. Why?  Within the most prosperous regions of the country, income inequality is widening to new extremes. What economists have come to think of as ‘superstar cities’- think New York City, Los Angeles, etc. - Income growth and income inequality now go hand-in-hand, A recent analysis by the New York Fed shows that by 2015, San Francisco, New York, Houston, Los Angeles, Dallas and Washington appeared on the list of metropolitan cities where wages of high-skilled workers skyrocketed, But is this symbol of undesirability-high income-inequality- also a signal of something positive in big cities- a strong economy?
29:09
December 2, 2019
The 2010’s
Today is the first day of the last month of the decade. The 2010’s has had it’s fair share of ups and downs for us all. 
12:02
December 2, 2019
Down To Earth With Harriet Cammock: The End of a decade
How has faith been impacted in the last decade? The 2010’s began and we saw changes in technology (anyone remembers the #tre650 phone? It was remarkable for it’s time. Ho has faith changed?
29:10
December 2, 2019
Down To earth With Harriet Cammock: The Victimization of #KatieHill
The continued online victimization of former California congresswoman is examined. In this episode, we examined if she’s a victim or perpetrator. Ms. Hill resigned form congress due to nudes of her relationship with another woman being leaked by a vengeful ex-husband. Her ex, apparently was not happy with the dissolution of their marriage and leaked nudes of her to the press. She was painted as a perpetrator of taking advantage of an employee sexually. It was later revealed that the relationship was consensual and began before the person became her employee.
28:25
November 27, 2019
Kanye West formed a church to reap a $68M tax refund
Rapper, Kanye West who disclosed to Billboard Magazine that he was in $85M debt in 2018. Comes 2019, West formed a church and began conducting concerts styled as Sunday service around the country. He later reaped a $68M tax refund form the #IRS to cover the cost of his lifestyle.
07:24
November 27, 2019
Down To Earth With Harriet Cammock: Amazon & Worker Injuries
In the bonus segment, we discover that robots are driving the speed of automated delivery and the cost to workers.1
14:32
November 27, 2019
Down To Earth With Harriet Cammock: Amazon’s Automation Is Maiming Workers
A recent report revealed the unbelievable number of Amazon employees who have been injured on the job, due to speed and automation. Amazon boasts the use of robots who operate on warehouse floors and deliver packages to workers faster than human hands can keep up. What is the cost of this to workers who become maimed or injured?
29:40
November 27, 2019
Down To Earth With Harriet Cammock Kanye Wests’ $68M Tax Refund was ‘divinely inspired’
Kanye West says his $68M tax refund was ‘divinely inspired’. Indeed, after releasing a new album entitled ‘Jesus is King’ where the rapper who formerly espoused explicit lyrics now capitulates to a non-explicit Christian/Jesus centered message, it would appear that Kanye’s financial windfall- which came on the heels of self-admitted $35 million indebtedness- is the work of a higher being. But now that Kanye is ’Christian’, at least as “Christian‘ as one in his position can be, the question remains; how sincere is Kanye’s newfound faith? Will it stand the test of time should he ever fall back into millions of dollars of debt? Or  is it just a publicity gimmick by another self-centered celebrity to generate album sales?
29:13
November 26, 2019
The Parallels Between Stoicism And Christianity
#DownToEarth #SundayMorning, the host, Harriet Cammock an author and speaker discusses the parallels between Christianity and Stoicism.
16:31
November 24, 2019
Down To Earth With Harriet Cammock: Stoicism vs Christianity
In this episode, Harriet examines the ideology behind #stoicism and any parallels between the two. The similarities are startling. Stoicism, an Ancient Greek philosophy formed in Athens, teaches that virtue,, the highest good is based on knowledge, the wise can live in harmony with he divine Reason that permeates nature. Christianity, based on the teachings of Jesus Christ of Nazareth, teaches love, compassion, charity and forgiveness. It is only through Jesus and faith not good works, that one can achieve salivation . While stoicism appears as the polar opposite of Christianity- with Stoics relying solely on reason, logic, and knowledge to achieve inner peace, and Christians relying on Jesus’ forgiveness of sins to achieve salvation for their souls- the two philosophies have far more in common than meets the eye. #downtoearthwithharrietcammock,#harrietcammock,#downtoearth,#podcast,#detroit,#detroitpodcast,#author,#Speaker,#writer.#stoicism,#greekphilosophy,#philosophy,#christianity,#jesusofnazareth,#divinity
28:38
November 24, 2019
Two twenty year old young women were killed by their partners
Within a two week timeframe 2 twenty year old young women were killed by their intimate partners in the Detroit area.
25:47
November 22, 2019
Down To Earth With Harriet Cammock: 2 Women killed by Boyfriends in Two Weeks
Two young  Detroit-area women were recently killed by their partners in shocking acts of violence in a two week span. The Macomb County Prosecutor said - is the sixth murder case resulting from a domestic violence situation , his office has prosecuted in the last two months -  Katrina Arnold,a 20 year-old Detroit native who was a sophomore student and softball player at the University of Michigan-Dearborn, was killed on the night of November 10th, on Detroit’s West side, less than two miles her family’s home in Rosedale Park. On the other side of town in Warren (Macomb County), 20 yr old India Mackey was fatally shot by her 18 yr old live-in boyfriend after an argument between the two ended in India’s boyfriend shooting her at point blank range. What can we do to protect our young women from the violence they experience  #downtoearthwithharrietcammock,#harrietcammock,#detroit,#podcast,#detroitcrime,#endviolenceagainstwomen #author, #detroitnews, #violence,
28:45
November 22, 2019
Down To Earth With Harriet Cammock: Singer/Songwriter Lauryn Nichole
Born and raised in Pontiac, Michigan, Lauryn Nichole is an up- and coming artist, singer,songwriter, and professional dancer. Since she was 2 years old,, Lauryn has danced in many forms; ballet,lyrical,contemporary,tap,modern jazz,and hip hop. Between 2006 and 2015, Lauryn was a member of the Competitive Dance Team. at My Dance Studio, Inc. Additionally, Lauryn successfully auditioned for the Detroit Pistons Entertainment Team as a 'Mob Squad Dancer', where she performed as a background dancer for halftime shows.,with  Busta Rhymes, Salt & Peppa, and Jay Sean.  Lauryn is also a gifted musician, she has played the clarinet for 3 years, and speaks Mandarin. She has been writing songs since she was 9 and recording music since she was 15.
17:54
November 22, 2019
114,000 Homeless Children Are In New York City, Why?
We previously talked about homeless school children in Michigan,with a recent report chronicling  the 36,000+ homeless children in Michigan. But i New York, the numbers are even more staggering: 114,085 students in New York City schools are homeless. The number of school-age children in New York who live in shelters or ‘doubled-up’ in apartments with family or friends has shot up by 70 per cent over the past decade. This crisis is without precedent in New York City’s history. At night, these children sleep in squalid, unsafe rooms until they move again. Often, school is the only stable place they know, #homelessness #homeless+children #newyorkcity #housingcrisis #housinginsecurity #detroit #podcast #detroitpodcast
29:53
November 21, 2019
Why Are Alabama Prison Inmates Dying?
Alabama runs the most violent prison system in America. In 2019, alone, an astonishing thirteen people were killed inside Alabama‘s prisons and the record sixty deaths since2010 is a tenfold increase from the previous decade. While the national homicide rate for state prisons,is 7 per 100,000 inmates, in 2019, Alabama state prisons’ homicide rate is 62 per 100,000 (according to the Bureau of Justice Statistics’ latest numbers) You can read the full article on theroot.com. Kudos to @michaelharriot for exposing this.
29:24
November 21, 2019
Michigan has the highest number of homeless school children
The response from live viewers ignited this segment. Viewers chimed in on what causes homelessness, and poverty and why the impact is most felt in small towns across the state.
21:30
November 19, 2019
36,000 School Children In Michigan Are Homeless
A recent University of Michigan study revealed that over 36,000 school children in Michigan are homeless. Poverty being the driving factor, the impact is hardest felt in small towns and rural communities.
30:06
November 19, 2019
Down To earth With Harriet Cammock: Is Philanthropy A Tool Of The Rich
One can argue that the Tax policies of the Reagan era created the Billionaires class. But what happens when those billionaires turn to philanthropy? Does it become a tool for them to influence public policy.
29:23
November 18, 2019
Does Faith Guard Against Depression
Harriet explores a direct link between faith asa healer of depression.
23:40
November 17, 2019
Down To Earth With Harriet Cammock: Does Faith Guard Against Depression
Professor Lisa Miller of Columbia University, published a study in which it was found that persons exposing faith had a thicker cortex lining f the brain which guards against depression.  Worth listening as Harriet expounds on these findings
29:45
November 17, 2019
Why Are Black Women Dying In Childbirth
Recently, Serena Williams tennis star, detailed what happened to her, while giving birth to her daughter. Williams’ story echoes that of research that shows implicit bias towards black women, manifesting as racism, is leaving some black women dead during childbirth.
23:22
November 15, 2019
Why Are Women Dying In Childbirth?
Women, especially women of color are dying in childbirth. Could this be a case of implicit bias that exists in medica environments?
29:10
November 15, 2019
A Serial Killer Targeted Black Women
In a New Jersey town, a serial killer targeted Black women who were homeless or had mental health issues. How did law enforcement find him
29:16
November 13, 2019
The Greening Of Detroit
Why some residents felt left out of the decision making that led to a non-profit planting trees in their neighborhoods 
20:08
November 13, 2019
Down To Earth With Harriet Cammock: The Greening Of Detroit
A non-profit acquired funds to plant trees in Detroit’s neighborhoods, but some residents, felt ‘put on’ as it harks back to a dark part of the city’s history
29:14
November 13, 2019
Down To Earth With Harriet Cammock: Instagram Hiding Likes
For many, Instagram showing the number of likes on a post is indicative of how well a product or work is received. Instagram created the term ‘influencers’ people who are not traditional celebrities but who garner a number of followers and who make a living from endorsing products. Now the social media platform is saying it will hide the number of Ike’s the public sees on an individual’s post. This too has significant ramifications for cyber bullying. The plan is to roll it out in the next coming weeks in the U.S.
29:35
November 13, 2019
Down To Earth With Harriet Cammock:The Opportunity Cost (Bonus Edition)
Every decision has a consequence, Oji Harriet as she explains what the opportunity cost of marrying the wrong person did to her life
27:03
November 11, 2019
Down To Earth With Harriet Cammock: The Opportunity Cost
We face decisions and choices in our lifetime, but have you ever stopped to think what was the cost of making a decision? Harriet explores this concept within the context of faith.
29:16
November 11, 2019
Oklahoma Commuted 400 Prison Sentences
Recently, the Oklahoma commuted the prison sentences of over 526 individuals. These were low-level offenses like marijuana possession, first time offenders. Is this a program that can be replicated across the country.
29:32
November 8, 2019
How Equity In Energy Impacts Marginalized Communities
What is equity in energy? Without energy to power our cars and devices, we as humanity would not exist. We need energy to power our modern way of life. Across America, energy is used to fuel our cars, power the electricity in our homes, treat our water supply, and provide us with access to energy resources. Even more so, millions of minority residents lack access to careers and opportunities in the ever-expanding energy sector. ’Equity In Energy’ refers to an initiative by the U.S. Department of Energy’s Office of Economic Impact & Diversity designed to include and expand the participation of individuals in underserved communities, which includes minorities, native Americans, women, veterans and formerly incarcerated persons, in all the programs of the Department of Energy.
30:07
November 8, 2019
Down To Earth With Harriet Cammock: The Global Fertility Crash
Population growth is vital for the world economy. It means more workers to build homes and produce goods, more consumers to buy tHingis and spark innovation and more citizens to pay taxes and attract trade. Tune in 
29:44
November 6, 2019
Nine Dead Mormons In Mexico
What were a group of Mormons  doing traveling in northern Mexico in a convoy of SUVs? 
19:53
November 5, 2019
Failing Up Only Works For White Guys
A charismatic white man was able to convince the CEO of a tech bank from japan to fund his startup to the tune of $1B. He imploded not due to lack of funding but loose management practices. How was he able to access investors in the first place, while Black and Brown start-ups languish?
29:23
November 4, 2019
Failing Up is or white guys (Part 1)
Adam Neumann, the founder of WeWork was given $1B for his startup. He failed not because of lack of funding but for other reasons. The problem is that he was given access to funding in the first place, a barrier many Black and Brown start-ups face. Is this systemic racism or did he use his charisma to attract funding
29:20
November 4, 2019
Down To Earth With Harriet Cammock: Twitter Announced It Will Ban All Political Ads
On October 30th, Jack Dorsey, CEO and Co-Founder of Twitter announced that Twitter would ban all political ads on it’s platform. The announcement puts a spoghtlight on the power and veracity of online advertising in today’s political landscape. Facebook’s CEO, Mark Zuckerberg has come under fire for his ‘hands-off’ approach towards political ads;  What is the impact of Social media on politics?
29:11
November 3, 2019
Down To Earth With Harriet Cammock : Now Faith Is.... (Part 2)
The Scriptures say. Now Faith is .... Hebrews 11:1 (NKJV)  It’s a new month and faith is one tool that will carry you through the obstacles and challenges. Listen...
15:00
November 3, 2019
Down To Earth With Harriet Cammock: A New Month
As we enter a new month, how can we use our faith t guide us through new challenges? Hebrews 11:1 says “Now faith is... (NKJV) A n ew month is upon us, which means that we are entering a new season of challenges, obstacles, and victories. In the past, your faith has carried you through seemingly insurmountable hardships. In this new month , how can we harness the power of the substance of our faith to guide us through unforeseen challenges? And how can we use that same faith to take us to in expected victories?
29:12
November 3, 2019
Down To Earth With Harriet Cammock:Decreasing Access to Affordable Water
Marginalized communities across the country face reduced access to clean,affordable water. Despite America being the richest nation in the world, communities of poor people,and people of color have limited access to clean, safe,drinking water free of harmful chemicals. Communities in Flint, Michigan have gone without clean,lead-free water for years, with lawmakers hesitating to take responsibility for this failure, and companies refusing to step in and fill in the gap for citizens. In the richest country on the planet, why are America’s very own citizens suffering froM lack  of access to clean, affordable drinking water? Is it aging infrastructure? Costs of ‘going green’? Lawmakers dropping the ball? Tune in to find out.
29:11
November 1, 2019
Down To Earth With Harriet Cammock: Decreasing Access to Affordable Water
Marginalized communities across the country face reduced access to clean, affordable water. Despite America being the richest nation in the world, communities of poor people and people of color have limited access to clean, safe, drinking water free of harmful chemicals. Communities in Flint, Michigan have gone without clean, lead-free water for years, with lawmakers hesitating to take responsibility for this failure, and companies refusing to step in and fill in the gap for citizens. In the richest country on the planet, why are America’s very own citizens suffering from lack of access to clean, affordable, drinking water? Is it again infrastructure? Costs of “going green”? Lawmakers dropping the ball? Tune in to find out.
12:04
November 1, 2019
#DownToEarth With Harriet Cammock: California Wildfires & The #WealthGap
What does the #CaliforniaWildfires show about #incomeequality? 
14:43
October 30, 2019
Down To Earth With Harriet Cammock: The #WealthGap & California Wildfires
The catastrophic wildfires rapidly spreading across California highlight, with jarring clarity, the deep income divide between the rich and the poor. In recent years, tens of thousands, of people have lost their homes, from trailer parks, to apartment complexes, to luxury homes and mansions. But it is not the fires themselves that expose California’s wealth gap, rather it is the aftermath of the fires themselves that determine who gets to effectively reset their lives back to normal, and who gets to live with housing insecurity for years afterwards. Wealthy victims of the fires have iron-clad insurance policies they use to rebuild homes sometimes worth more than the homes destroyed in the fires, but the poor don‘t fare so well; they lose everything in their homes, and years later, still have nothing. #detroitpodcast,#Downtoearth, #californiawildfires, #harrietcammock, #incomeequality, #wealthgap
29:13
October 30, 2019
Down To Earth With Harriet Cammock: The Double Standard For Women In Power
Representative Katie Hill, a Democratic Congresswoman serving California’s 25th Congressional District, has resigned in light of allegations of sexual misconduct with one of her staffers. The allegations come in the wake of the #MeToo movement, which shed light on countless sexual misconduct allegation across people in powerful positions in media, entertainment, tech, and more. Some critiC’s are calling Rep Hill’s hasty resignation unnecessary because, after all, men in her position do the exact same thing all the time, and their careers rarely ever suffer for it. Recently, Representative John Conyers of Michigan passed away; before he died, he too resigned from office in light of sexual misconduct allegations. However, his resignation came after serving for decades, and he still had an illustrious, robust political career before he left office. Are women in positions of power held to higher moral standards than their male counterparts? Is there a double standard of sexual misconduct for women? Or, in the age of #MeToo, should women be held to the same standards as men when sexual misconduct allegations arise?
29:06
October 30, 2019
Down To Earth With Harriet Cammock Feat. Recording Artiste Schantel Thomas
Harriet concludes her conversation with Schantel Thomas on her next release. For more information on Schantel, visit her on Facebook.
08:50
October 27, 2019
Down To Earth With Harriet Cammock Feat. Singer/Recording Artiste Schantel Thomas
Harriet interviews singer/Gospel recording artiste Schantel Thomas. Schantel’s music is referred to as #crossover/contemporary as it provides listeners with a unique musical experience. Her music is available on #apple music, #google music, Amazon, and other music platforms. Schantel’s transformative single ‘No More Silent Tears‘ catapulted her to fame and is the tile of her radio broadcast .
28:49
October 27, 2019
Down to Earth With Harriet Cammock - Surviving As a Freelancer In Today's Economy (Part III)
Today's American economy is  characterized by a tight labor market whereby employers require strict  qualifications (advanced degrees, years on years of experience, good  credit scores, and -- in some cases -- minimal student loan debt) for  menial, entry-level positions that provide no health benefits,  retirement policies, or room for advancement. As a result, many folks  have turned to freelancing, or selling services by the hour, day, job,  etc., rather than working on a regular salary basis for one employer, in  order to earn income. The thing is, everyone is experiencing this tight labor  market at the same time, and as a consequence, almost everyone does some  amount of freelancing on the side -- even when they have traditional  jobs. Thus, freelancers find themselves competing with other freelancers  in what is becoming a very crowded freelancing landscape. How, then, does your typical freelancer earn viable, sustainable, and  consistent income in this packed freelancing market? Tune in to find  out what Harriet -- who has freelanced for the better part of the past  10 years -- has to say.
18:54
October 25, 2019
Down to Earth With Harriet Cammock - Surviving As a Freelancer In Today's Economy (Part II)
Today's American economy is  characterized by a tight labor market whereby employers require strict  qualifications (advanced degrees, years on years of experience, good  credit scores, and -- in some cases -- minimal student loan debt) for  menial, entry-level positions that provide no health benefits,  retirement policies, or room for advancement. As a result, many folks  have turned to freelancing, or selling services by the hour, day, job,  etc., rather than working on a regular salary basis for one employer, in  order to earn income. The thing is, everyone is experiencing this tight labor  market at the same time, and as a consequence, almost everyone does some  amount of freelancing on the side -- even when they have traditional  jobs. Thus, freelancers find themselves competing with other freelancers  in what is becoming a very crowded freelancing landscape. How, then, does your typical freelancer earn viable, sustainable, and  consistent income in this packed freelancing market? Tune in to find  out what Harriet -- who has freelanced for the better part of the past  10 years -- has to say.
29:11
October 25, 2019
Down to Earth With Harriet Cammock - Surviving As a Freelancer In Today's Economy (Part I)
Today's American economy is  characterized by a tight labor market whereby employers require strict  qualifications (advanced degrees, years on years of experience, good  credit scores, and -- in some cases -- minimal student loan debt) for  menial, entry-level positions that provide no health benefits,  retirement policies, or room for advancement. As a result, many folks  have turned to freelancing, or selling services by the hour, day, job,  etc., rather than working on a regular salary basis for one employer, in  order to earn income. The thing is, everyone is experiencing this tight labor  market at the same time, and as a consequence, almost everyone does some  amount of freelancing on the side -- even when they have traditional  jobs. Thus, freelancers find themselves competing with other freelancers  in what is becoming a very crowded freelancing landscape. How, then, does your typical freelancer earn viable, sustainable, and  consistent income in this packed freelancing market? Tune in to find  out what Harriet -- who has freelanced for the better part of the past  10 years -- has to say.
28:27
October 25, 2019
Down To Earth - Featuring Alexandra Scully
On tonight’s show, I talked with Ally about mobilizing young people to vote, being a follower of Christ in contemporary America, and lifting the taboo in talking about religion and politics.
24:41
October 24, 2019
Down to Earth: The Opioid Crisis
On today’s show, we are talking about the opioid crisis, also known as the opioid epidemic, and its woeful impact on millions of American people and families. Opioid medications are commonly abused because of their addictive qualities. These medications bind to the areas of the brain that control pain and emotions, driving up levels of the feel-good hormone dopamine isn’t he brain’s reward areas and producing an intense feeling of euphoria. As the brain becomes used to the feelings, it often takes more and more of the drug to produce the same levels of pain relief and well-being, leading to dependence and, later, addiction. OxyContin, Fentanyl, and Hydrocodone are some well-known examples of opioids used today. Purdue Pharma, the pharmaceutical company that distributes many opioids in North America, is owned by the Sackler family, who have recently faced criticism and lawsuits amidst Purdue Pharma’s role in the crisis. The Sacklers are one of the wealthiest families in the country, with an estimated fortune of $13 billion. However, as part of a tentative settlement agreement in thousands of lawsuits over what accusers say is misleading marketing of Purdue Pharma’s painkiller, OxyContin, Purdue Pharma has recently filed for bankruptcy. The settlement requires members of the Sackler family to pay $3 billion of their own fortune in cash over the next 7 years. Who is truly at fault for this crisis: the creators of these drugs? Or the users themselves? Is it right to blame an addict for their addiction when the drug itself is nigh irresistible? What about those who were prescribed opioids for chronic pain following a major life-changing event, and are now saddled with addiction, high medical bills, and a bleak health future? Listen in to find out.
29:06
October 23, 2019
Down To Earth: What’s going on with our children? (Part I)
Illinois prosecutors have charged a 9-year-old child with five (5!) counts of murder over a house fire that occurred in April. Of the five people who perished, three were babies aged 2 and 1.  Woodford County State’s Attorney Gregg Minger filed charges against the unnamed child; the charges include five counts of first-degree murder, two counts of arson, and one count of aggravated arson — which implies that the child was aware people were in the home when he or she started the fire. Critics of the prosecutor’s decision to levy charges against the child say that research suggests kids at that age are not aware of the seriousness of their actions. The minimum age of prosecution of children, they say, should be at least 14, because scientific brain research shows that children are not capable of understanding or appreciating consequences. Further studies, critics say, show that children should not be criminally responsible at a lower age than 14. Are the 5 counts of murder against this 9-year-old child excessive, as critics claim? Or are they warranted, given the nature of the arsonist acts? What in our society could influence a 9-year-old to commit such a heinous deed?
29:28
October 23, 2019
Seven Minutes That Will Change Your Life
Listen to these seven minutes of life changing information. For more information go to www.harrietcammock.com
07:30
October 21, 2019
What Does Success Mean To You
What is your definition of success?  Is it about having money? Harriet explains..... For more information go to www.harrietcammock.com #downtoearth #afterthefire  #mondaymotivation
14:29
October 21, 2019
What does a headband have to do with faith
The @nfl fined New Orleans #saints linebacker #DemarioDavis for wearing a headband depicting his faith. Is #Christianity under attack? Why does it seem as if #Christians have to defend their faith? For more information go to www.harrietcammock.com
19:13
October 18, 2019
#MaleBreastCancer
Studies show that 1% of persons diagnosed with breast cancer, are men. What are the risk factors involved leading to a breast cancer diagnosis? October is #breastcancerawarenessmonth. Get a mammogram.  #pinkispower #malebreastcancer Men have breast cancer, too.  #gettested
29:12
October 18, 2019
Who Is A Modern Man
Men today are redefining their roles in today’s post modern society. What does it mean to be a man. Men over the age of 30 have differing perspectives on what it means as opposed to men 18-29. What does this mean for the future? For more information go to www.harrietcammock.com
15:56
October 18, 2019
#ModernMasculinity
Who is a #modernman? Men 18-29 are redefining what it means to be a man, today. For more information go to www.harrietcammock.com #modernmasculinity #milenials 
22:34
October 18, 2019
Should the #NFL have fined a linebacker for wearing a #christian headband
Some say separate #sports form #religion but for #christians this is a rallying cry for . What si wrong in wearing any identifiable item that says something about their faith? Was the #NFL wrong to have fined #demariodavis for wearing a headband? For more information visit www.harrietcammock.com  #christins #demariodavis #football #nfl #downtoearth 
19:13
October 15, 2019
Is #Christianity under attack?
A New Orleans #Saints linebacker, #DemarioDavis wore a headband  during a game which said ‘manofgod’ and the @NFL fined him. This set off a firestorm of questions surrounding the idea of #christianity being under attack. #christians #podcasts #saints #demariodavis #downtoearth
30:07
October 15, 2019
An Arizona man who imported babies for profit
An Arizona man who worked as an adoption attorney ran a scheme in which he imported pregnant women and then sold their babies for profit. He ran a multi state operation, according to officials. This is #humantrafficking. For more information go To www.theexodusfoundation.com 
29:11
October 15, 2019
An Arizona Attorney sold babies for profit
An Arizona Attorney and county official in #Maripoa County, #PaulPetersen ran an adoption scheme. He paid someone in the #MarshallIslands to find pregnant women, He then brought them to Arizona, Arkansas and Utah, housed them and waited for them to give birth. He then sold their babies  for anywhere from $25,000-$41,000. The is the purest form of #humantrafficking  #StopHumanTrafficking #downtoearth 
29:11
October 14, 2019
Looking for answers to life’s pressing problems
In this episode listen as Harriet provides #downtoearth  answers to issues like; why am I not finding the right person or what am I not finding a job after graduating from college.  Why does it seem like nothing is working for me? #SundayMorning #downtoearth #throughthefire #afterthefire  For more information go to www.harrietcammock.com
31:40
October 13, 2019
Why Are #Millenials Unable To Find Work
#Millenials especially #Black college educated young people are finding it difficult to find jobs.  Is it #systemic #institutionalized #racism that continues to deprive people of color from finding well paying careers that contribute to quality of life? #millenials #racism #endthisnow  #downtoearth 
31:40
October 13, 2019
#Rape on the eve of the wedding
A groom is accused of raping a bridesmaid the night before the wedding. He got married anyway.  #rape #downtoearth #marriage #relationships 
29:13
October 10, 2019
#SixShotsOfVodkaLedToRape
#MattLauer is being accused of rape. The story centers a round a 2014 incident in which a former colleague who had imbibed #sixshotsofvodka, accused #Lauer of #rape. She later initiated sexual contact with him. Was it rape? Or a #transactionalrelationship?  #downtoearth #mattlauer #rapeculture
53:13
October 10, 2019
#MenPowerAndSex
Former NBC Anchor #MattLauer is accused of raping a colleague while on assignment at the Winter Olympics in 2014. The things is she later initiated sexual contact with him. Was it rape? #mattlauer #metoo #downtoearth #rapeculture 
30:02
October 10, 2019
#LossOfConsortion
An obscure law in #Michigan that allows a spouse to sue a person or entity, for loss of affection, loss of companionship, loss of intimacy and loss of society, typically attached to a #personalinjury claim if the spouse has been injured.  So if your spouse cheats, can you sue the cheater for ’lossofcompanionship? You can’t make this stuff up—- seriously, this happens.——- #Iwaslaughing #Godhelpusall LOl
21:42
October 8, 2019
#HomewreckerLaw (part 1)
Recently a North Carolina man sued his ex-wife’s lover for wrecking their marital home. He won. This obscure law exists in 6 states, is your state one of them.. Better check before ——-  #homewrecker #marriage #cheaters #seriouslythishappened #IAmNotLaughing #ButIAm LOl  I had fun doing this listen to the next segment 
29:18
October 8, 2019
Tattoos (part 2)
#bodyart some say tattos give infections  
16:23
October 8, 2019
What tattoos does to our bodies (part 1)
Have you misjudged someone who wears tattoos?  Harriet tells a compelling story of how a religious leader found himself being helped by someone whom he had previously misjudged #Neverjudgeabookbyitscover #dontmakeassumptions #tattoos #bodyart 
28:36
October 8, 2019
#Bullying (part 2)
In this segment the discussion was around  bullying in the workplace. #Workbully #areyouone #Bullying #downtoearth  www.harrietcammock.com
19:40
October 7, 2019
#Bullying (part 1)
In this segment Harriet centered the discussion around an in teraction she had had with a member of the public who disclosed how #bullying on #socialmedia impacted his behavior and how he withdrew fro participating in a friendly game of sport due to #bullying. #socialmedia #bullying #bullying is everywhere #downtoearth 
29:13
October 7, 2019
Who are you accountable to (part 2)
The discussion centers around accountability in marriages. #downtoearth #marriage #relationships #faith #SundayMorning 
24:38
October 7, 2019
Who are you accountable to (part 1)
Harriet explores the impacts of faith and the lack of accountability in marriage, relationships. A must listen to episode as she provides guidance on how to navigate intersections of faith and the currency of relationships. #SundayMorning #faith #relationships #marriage #downtoearth 
29:13
October 7, 2019
#SpermDonor (part 2)
What happens when a man donated his sperm to a sperm bank and later discovers he has fathered 17 children. #downtoearth  #spermdonor
29:08
October 4, 2019
#SpermDonor Finds out he has 17 children (part 1)
A story featured recently shows a medical doctor who had donated sperm, while he was a med student has fathered 17 children!! What are the ramifications for those children and what happens to our DNA  samples. #spermdonor #spermbank #downtoearth 
28:40
October 4, 2019
#ViolentCrimeInDetroit (Part 2)
#Detroit residents, women, children and seniors are vulnerable populations who are exposed to violence. There seems to be no end in sight.  #StopTheViolence #violentcrime #domesticviolenceawarenessmonth #downtoearth
19:48
October 3, 2019
#ViolentCrime in #Detroit is down
The Detroit Police reports that #violentcrime in the city is down 2% from 2017. But the FBI reports that #Detroit is the nation's most violent city. Residets of the most violent zip code 4820-"Die" or 48205 may not share this optimistic view. #Violence #StopTheViolence #Detroit 
29:07
October 3, 2019
#SexTourism
What happens when wealthy, affluent men travel to world destinations  seeking commercial sexual activity.   #StopSexTrafficking #sextourism #downtoearth  #stophumantrafficking  For more information go to www.theexodusfoundation.com
29:32
October 3, 2019
#SexTourism ( Part 1)
Listen as Harriet talks about the differences in #sextourism  For more informtion go to www.harrietcammock.com
2:34:38
October 1, 2019
#SexTourism
What is #sextourism? You might be surprised at the answer. for more information go to www.harrietcammock.com
29:10
October 1, 2019
#Porn on a Michigan Billboard
Full pornographic images was recently shown on a #Michigan highway recently. Does #porn contribute to #sexcrimes against minors? Is #porn  a contributing factor tot he rise of #sexualassault against women.
28:44
September 30, 2019
Is #Porn Relevant? (part 1)
A billboard showing porn was shown on a Michigan freeway recently. 
28:44
September 30, 2019
The Power of Forgiveness (part 1)
Unforgiveness  destroys  our relationships with ourselves, and those close to us
28:11
September 30, 2019
The Power of Forgiveness
Harriet explores the impact of forgiveness on #relationships and physical health
28:19
September 30, 2019
#KanyeWest & #SundayService (Part 2)
Rapper Kanye West espouses his new religious encounters with a series of #SundayService? Harriet explores the reasons behind this? Would you attend?
10:01
September 27, 2019
#KanyeWest & #SundayService
Rapper Kanye West having found religion is re-branding himself as a preacher?
17:17:52
September 27, 2019
Why is #China harvesting #humanorgans ( Part 2)
#China is being accused of harvesting #humanorgans
19:33
September 26, 2019
Why is #China harvesting #humanorgans
Chin’s is being accused of harvesting #humanorgans of Ulghur Muslims
3:10:56
September 26, 2019
#GretaThunberg & The #UN (Part 2)
16 yr old Greta Thunberg spoke to the United Nations on #climatechange and the fallout from her remarks, when she referred to world leaders as immature
15:06
September 25, 2019
#GretaThunberg & The #UN
16 yr old #GretaThunberg addressed the United Nations on #climatechange and the fallout from her description of world leaders as immature. 
29:11
September 25, 2019
Inside the mind of Bill Gates ( Part 2)
Bill Gates thoughts on nuclear #energy
14:48
September 24, 2019
Inside the mind of Bill Gates
A recent @netflix documentary highlighted Gates’ thoughts and activities since leaving #microsoft Part 1
29:14
September 24, 2019
#Fall
Changing seasons changing times. Harriet talks about the changing of the season is a metaphor for change in our lives
29:16
September 24, 2019
#Fall #Seasonofchange
Harriet discusses the seasons in our lives and how the changing season is a metaphor for life situations
12:00
September 24, 2019
How church scandals a have affected faith
Recent church scandals in the Catholic Church and the Lutheran church have a had a profound impact on church attendance. Harriet also explore the impact of scandals in the Black church
29:19
September 22, 2019
Church Scandals
How church scandals affect faith
29:07
September 22, 2019
#Blackface and the politics of race
Canadian Leader , Justin Trudeau was caught in a political hailstorm recently when picture of him in #blackface surfaced
29:46
September 20, 2019
#Blackface is it a rite of passage
#justintrudeau, prime minister of #Canada is in the public’s eye due to a video released of him in #blackface. Is #blackface a rite of passage of non-colored people?
10:22
September 20, 2019
#Zantac & #NDMA
Harriet explores the link between #NDMA and carcinogens in humans.
26:06
September 19, 2019
#Zantac and #cancer
Should people be worried? The FDA is hesitant in issuing a recall on #prescription drug #zantac as research has shown elements of the drug may cause #cancer
29:15
September 19, 2019
What to do when you get a bad diagnosis from the doctor
Harriet gives #downtoearth advice on how to cope with a life changing situation
10:38
September 18, 2019
What to do when you get a bad diagnosis from the doctor
Harriet explores what happens to family and relationships when a person gets a bad diagnosis
29:25
September 18, 2019
Politics and your relationship
Don’t let politics interfere with your relationship?
29:07
September 18, 2019
#StopCancer
There is an unmissable link between cancer foods and lifestyle. People in urban areas seem to be more prone to chronic diseases. Harriet encourages listeners to watch their lifestyle !
29:17
September 17, 2019
Why do you believe
Harriet explores the belief in Christianity
10:26
September 15, 2019
Sunday Morning With Harriet Cammock
Harriet talks about the ranges of cancer on families and watching her Mom go through it.
30:09
September 15, 2019
The Best Is Yet To Come
If your faced with life changing negative situations, this is for you. Listen to this message and when ur done head on over to blogtalkeadio, for more
29:02
September 13, 2019
Don’t overthink it!
Are you guilty of overthinking? Too often we overthink our partners’ intentions much to our detriment - join Harriet for this #thoughtfulthursday segment . For more information on how you can help human trafficking victims theexodusfoundation.com
30:10
September 12, 2019
#controlyourthoughts
Harriet dishes on runaway thoughts and how hope replaces depression. To listen in its entirety head on over to blogtalkradio.com/HarrietCammock
28:31
September 11, 2019
#downtoearth with Harriet Cammock #SuicidePreventionDay
When you’re stuck and ready to give up, you need a lifeline - call and find your hope
29:13
September 10, 2019
#downtoearth #whenharrymetmeghan
Love should have no color. Prince Harry of the UK met and married his love, Meghan and racial hatred turned up its ugly head
29:32
September 9, 2019
#SundayMorning
Harriet discusses the story of #exodus snd how you too may experience your own Exodus from the circumstances of your life. She tells her own story of exodus from an abusive marriage. 🌸🌸🌻
28:31
September 8, 2019
#womeninprison
Activist EB Jordan talks about a wrongful conviction that landed her in prison and her journey to find housing and work after. www.harrietcammock.com
30:08
September 5, 2019
#downtoearth
We talk about #massshootings #gunviolence #innonenceproject #humantrafficking #selfcare #trauma
30:08
September 4, 2019
#AmariaHall #Missing #GirlGone
A frank conversation with April, whose daughter. Amaria has gone missing. The mother details efforts by the authorities to find her daughter .
30:09
September 4, 2019
Show Info
Times, days, websites
00:37
September 2, 2019
#missing #AmariaHall is #trafficked
75,000 black women are missing in America. Amaria Hall is one of them . Her mother April shares her thoughts
30:10
September 2, 2019
The Giant Slater
How to identify and get rid of obstacles
51:51
September 1, 2019
The Giant Slayer
Sunday Morning With Harriet Cammock. A weekly hour of inspiration which gets you through the week!
52:00
September 1, 2019
Intro
Intro
00:28
August 31, 2019