“The media’s the most powerful entity on earth. They have the power to make the innocent guilty and to make the guilty innocent, and that’s power. Because they control the minds of the masses. The press is so powerful in its image-making role, it can make the criminal look like he’s a the victim and make the victim look like he’s the criminal...”
This comment was made by none other than the controversial civil rights activist Malcolm X, decades before the 24/7 news cycle. The vast majority of which is controlled by five massive global corporations with unfettered access through every possible into your homes, offices, schools, churches, hospitals, eyes and ears.
As the 7 Degrees of Change Foundation's media arm, Firebird Media's goal is to provide content for individuals with a passion for positive motivation. For more information, visit FirebirdMedia.org.
This podcast highlights how people of character live their lives, and through their personal stories of hardship and achievement have relied on these character traits to get them through life.
We have a broad spectrum of guests from the private and public sectors, young and old, domestic and international to show that anyone and everyone is capable of being a role model for character, or A Phoenix.
This philosophy dovetails with the mission of the foundation by providing multiple channels of teaching the 7 Degrees, from preschoolers to elected officials to CEO’s. We call upon these programs throughout the podcast to reinforce the mission and bring it to life.
Visit characterinaction.org for more information
Charter School Marketplace will be a new podcast with Paul Norcross that provides an open platform for policy makers, industry suppliers, school leaders and key decision makers to communicate with one another for the betterment and expansion of the Charter School Marketplace.
To provide an open platform for policy makers, industry suppliers, school leaders and key decision makers to communicate with one another for the betterment and expansion of the Charter School Marketplace.
Visit charterschoolmarketplace.org for more information.
Joe loves to hang out with his friends, play with toys, and loves school. What makes him different, however? He has Asperger’s Syndrome, which can make it difficult for him to figure out social cues. That’s where his friends Derrick, Beth, Satomi, Jacquie, Winnie, Keith, and Dionne come in. Whenever se he sees a problem, he asks each of his friends what the problem is, and transforms into The Phoenix to figure it out and save the day!
Visit beaphoenix.org for more information