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Category: Education

Leila Ibrahim a student at Clarkston High School interviewing Dr. Harjee Co-founder of Clarkston Community Health Center

Leila Ibrahim a student at Clarksotn High School interviewing Dr. Harjee Co-founder of Community Health Center. Dr. Harjee Discussed about her childhood and amazing story of how she became a Medical Dr. 
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Clarkston Speaks, The History of Clarkston & Diversity

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Dr. R. Stephen Green – Superintendent, DeKalb County School District, talks to us about DeKalb's upcoming school year, new initiatives and pilot programs including dual-language education and partnerships with community service providers.

Dr. R. Stephen Green – Superintendent, DeKalb County School District, talks to us about DeKalb's upcoming school year, new initiatives and pilot programs including dual-language education and partnerships with community service providers. Dr. Green says the diversity of the third largest state school system is an asset, and plans to employ strategies to harness equity across the district.
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Committee on Teaching About the United Nations

Dr. Brian Williams and Mina Veazie, from the Georgia State University (GSU) College of Education & Human Development visit Sagal Radio studio to discuss The Committee on Teeaching About the United Nations (CTAUN): "Welcoming New Americans to Strengthen Our Communities" Conference.  Saturday, October 22, 2016 from 8am to 5pm at Georgia State University College of Law, 85 Park Place, NE, Atlanta.  For more information please contact Mina Veazie at mveazie@gsu.edu and visit http://www.ctaun.org/.
CLICK HERE for interview about CTAUN Conference - October 22, 2016

Sagal Radio had the pleasure of welcoming Emmanuel Solomon and Roberta Malavenda to the studio to discuss Mr. Solomon's most recent accomplishments

Sagal Radio had the pleasure of welcoming Emmanuel Solomon and Roberta Malavenda to the studio to discuss Mr. Solomon's most recent accomplishments and personal experiences that help guide his work as a math teacher and Sudanese community advocate.  Emmanuel, a refugee born in the South Sudan in a Dinka village, was recently named Teacher of the Year by the Dekalb County International Student Center, and he is currently Chairman of the Math Department and President of the United Sudan South Sudanese Communities Association (USSSCA).  Roberta is executive director of CDF Action, a non-profit organization that engages communities and residents in decision making. Join us for this engaging show and learn how adaptation and accomplishment can result in triumph. Hosted by Lindsay Harper Sagal Radio had the pleasure of welcoming Emmanuel Solomon and Roberta Malavenda to the studio to discuss Mr. Solomon's most recent accomplishments and personal experiences that help guide his work as a math teacher and Sudanese community advocate.  Emmanuel, a refugee born in the South Sudan in a Dinka village, was recently named Teacher of the Year by the Dekalb County International Student Center, and he is currently Chairman of the Math Department and President of the United Sudan South Sudanese Communities Association (USSSCA).  Roberta is executive director of CDF Action, a non-profit organization that engages communities and residents in decision making. Join us for this engaging show and learn how adaptation and accomplishment can result in triumph. Hosted by Lindsay Harper
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Sagal Radio had the pleasure of welcoming Emmanuel Solomon and Roberta Malavenda to the studio to discuss Mr. Solomon's most recent accomplishments

Sagal Radio had the pleasure of welcoming Emmanuel Solomon and Roberta Malavenda to the studio to discuss Mr. Solomon's most recent accomplishments and personal experiences that help guide his work as a math teacher and Sudanese community advocate.  Emmanuel, a refugee born in the South Sudan in a Dinka village, was recently named Teacher of the Year by the Dekalb County International Student Center, and he is currently Chairman of the Math Department and President of the United Sudan South Sudanese Communities Association (USSSCA).  Roberta is executive director of CDF Action, a non-profit organization that engages communities and residents in decision making. Join us for this engaging show and learn how adaptation and accomplishment can result in triumph. Hosted by Lindsay Harper Sagal Radio had the pleasure of welcoming Emmanuel Solomon and Roberta Malavenda to the studio to discuss Mr. Solomon's most recent accomplishments and personal experiences that help guide his work as a math teacher and Sudanese community advocate.  Emmanuel, a refugee born in the South Sudan in a Dinka village, was recently named Teacher of the Year by the Dekalb County International Student Center, and he is currently Chairman of the Math Department and President of the United Sudan South Sudanese Communities Association (USSSCA).  Roberta is executive director of CDF Action, a non-profit organization that engages communities and residents in decision making. Join us for this engaging show and learn how adaptation and accomplishment can result in triumph. Hosted by Lindsay Harper
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Xafladii Qalin Jabinta 2015 Atlanta, Georgia

Xaflad sanadle ah oo loo qabto ardeyda ka Qalin jabiso dugsiyada sare iyo jaamacadaha oo lagu qabtay Atlanta, Georgia oo ay soo qabanqaabiyeen Somali American Community Center. Sagal Radio oo ka qeyb gashay ayaa ka soo diyaarisay barnaamijkan. Sidoo kale waxaa qayb libaah ka qaatey qabanqaabada xafladaas Madaxa xawaalada Dahabshil Atlanta, Georgia. Hamoganin inaad dhageysato Sagal Radio:Malinta Sabti 2pm-4pm iyo Axad 8pm -10pm. Ka dhageyso telefonkan : 832- 551-5083
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An Atlanta radio host wants people to stop stigmatizing Africans over Ebola

In West Africa, radio stations are using their power to inform listeners about Ebola. And in Atlanta, an African immigrant is taking on the same mission. PRI's The World Producer Shirin Jaafari October 06, 2014 · 5:00 PM EDT http://www.pri.org/stories/2014-10-06/atlanta-radio-host-wants-people-stop-stigmatizing-africans-over-ebola

Hookah Smoking, Is It Safe?

"Due to the mode of smoking—including frequency of puffing, depth of inhalation, and length of the smoking session—hookah smokers may absorb higher concentrations of the toxins found in cigarette smoke."--CDC
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Atlanta Ethnic Media Celebrate Teachers ‘Who Changed My Life’

On April 6, New America Media held an awards ceremony for writers to The Teacher Who Changed My Life essay contest
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