This Week in Sports with Calder Hodge! – 2020 Sports Update! (E7)

Welcome to This Week in Sports with Calder Hodge! On this week’s episode – We all want to get back to sports and what better way to get you excited then to bring you up to date with the latest news from all of the major professional leagues. Calder shares>>>

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Aerial America: North Carolina (Full Episode)

North Carolina is home to mysteries, giant industries, and coastal beauty. It’s where gold was first found in America, and where an entire colony of settlers vanished. Experience the history of the Tar Heel State. From the Series: Aerial America: North Carolina http://bit.ly/2zWNzeC Original Author: Produced by Smithsonian Channel and published>>>

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Greyston Bakery Offers Employment to At Risk Adults

Have you ever had a difficult time finding a job? Stop by Greyston Bakery in Yonkers, NY! Greyston Bakery gives jobs to anyone with the motivation and desire for employment, regardless of professional or personal background. They provide adults career building opportunities to not only make a future for themselves,>>>

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The HMS Gannet’s History of Anti-Slavery Missions

The HMS Gannet was a small cruiser that played a large role in enforcing the interests of the British Empire. That meant patrolling the coasts of Africa to stop the slave trade, which was prohibited in England by 1807. From the Series: Combat Ships: Destroyers and Cruisers https://bitly.com/38n8VEG Original Author: Produced>>>

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Deaf Comedian Turns Tragedy Into Comedy | Kathy Buckley Inspirational Video | Goalcast

✪ We found a Kathy Buckley gem from 20 years ago with a life lesson that stands the test of time! In this video, the “Deaf Comedian”, shares her incredible story of setback after setback, until one day she decided to take control. #goalcast #livetheimpossible #goalcastinspiration ✪ RARE FOOTAGE OF>>>

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The story behind this iconic Olympics protest

Tommie Smith and John Carlos’s 1968 US national anthem protest, explained. Become a Video Lab member! http://bit.ly/video-lab The image of sprinters Tommie Smith and John Carlos raising their fists during a medal ceremony at the 1968 Olympics in Mexico City is an enduring image of silent protest. But the key>>>

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How Being Outdoors Is A Key for Overall Health – Ask The Doctor (E5)

During these incredibly stressful days, OnlyGood TV is excited to launch a new series – Ask The Doctor – that explores the questions and provides guidance for finding the road to achieving emotional, psychological, and spiritual wellness. Hosted by Dr. Stacy Berman, each episode will help you navigate through these>>>

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There’s a Limit to the Comfort Level of NASA Space Suits

The space suits used by the astronauts on Gemini 7, known as grasshopper suits, were designed for comfort. But after two weeks inside them, that was the last thing on the crew’s minds. From the Series: Apollo’s Moonshot: Triumph and Tragedy http://bit.ly/2krSdPN Original Author: Produced by Smithsonian Channel and published on>>>

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A Summer Camp That Can Also Save Lives!

A SeriousFun Children’s Network camp program makes a lifelong impression on hundreds of children! The global network, created by actor and philanthropist, Paul Newman, caters to children with serious illnesses. Best of all, it free! This is a great chance for kids to be kids and not have to worry>>>

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College Basketball Star Now Making Moves in the Art World

There aren’t too many young male artists involved in quilting, but that’s been the path for 26-year-old Michael Thorpe. Thorpe is an exciting new artist who is making large-scale quilt portraits using techniques he learned from his Mom, a lifelong quilter. His works are bright, bold and provocative, and they>>>

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