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Thousand Oaks, CA
California Lutheran University
KCLU is an FM non-commercial radio station broadcasting at 88.3 MHz. The station is licensed to Thousand Oaks, CA. The station airs public radio programming.
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Listener Comments and Reviews
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By: sebastian drake on October 23, 2014
Compton Education Association
May 27, 2015 (Compton, CA) – Last Monday, May 18, 2015 a class-action lawsuit was filed in Federal Court alleging that Compton Unified School District failed to help students who have suffered from violence and other trauma. The Compton Education Association CTA/NEA located at 333 South Santa Fe Compton, CA 90221 will be holding a meeting to discuss current issues that are affecting our students, parents, community and members. In addition, CEA, it's members and community will be picketing at the homes of school board members.
What: Meet at CEA for caravan to picket at board members home
Who: Teachers, Parents of Students (about 29,000 enrolled in district) and community members who support change in our education community now!
When: Wednesday, May 27, 2015
Where: In the front entrance of Compton City Hall
Address:205 S. willowbrook ave. Compton, CA 90221
Time: 3:00 p.m.
Why: to request essential school needs for students.
CUSD needs to ensure the safety of ALL its members: teachers, students, parents!
"CUSD needs honesty and transparency!"
"Where's the money???"
"Why are parents and teachers the only ones fighting for the kids? Where is the school board???"
Please come out and support the cause. For more information please contact Patrick Sullivan CEA/President 562.639.3165 (English) email@example.com
or Martha Camacho-Rodriguez Teacher (Spanish) 562.413.0313 at this email: firstname.lastname@example.org
By: teacher on May 27, 2015
I am the Intake Director at Crossroads Ibogaine Treatment Center in Mexico, however reside in Malibu. After working in mainstream treatment for over a decade, first in the inner city enclaves of Boston and then Malibu, I became disenchanted with a lot of what I was seeing. Plus, with my own devastating relapse over two years ago, during the height of being revered as a popular Addictions and Mental Health Counselor, I had to look for another solution, not just for myself, but all those souls who continue to struggle. And what I discovered was therapy at a “soul level” with the use of ibogaine, from a West Central African bush, and 5-meo-dmt, humanely derived from the serum of the Sonoran Desert Toad. I’ve done both medications multiple times. They are addiction interrupters. They saved me. Also, I have attached the article I wrote in Spirituality and Health magazine this past April, regarding my previous relapse and how this journey of psychedelic research began.
The doctors I work for at Crossroads Ibogaine Treatment Center were featured on the Tim Ferris podcast, as well as the Joe Rogan podcast. We are in the middle of making history as we send more and more people down to our facility in Mexico to get treated not only for addictions, but general mental health issues as well. A lot of incoming calls I take are from war vets, and some of the stories break my heart, not only in hearing about their PTSD, but the methods in which they are treated for it. Often, I will ask my younger patients to report back to me from their experiences in Mexico, as I love to hear that they are not only free from addiction, but that the medications also served as a catalyst to a spiritual experience.
If what I am saying to you strikes a “spiritual chord”, and you would like to have a discussion with myself, or one of the doctors who owns Crossroads, please don’t hesitate to respond. I am presently working with a team of doctors, nurses, researchers and therapists who support our movement in the use of these sacred, shamanic medicines. Recently, I received a call from a previous guest from the Northeast, whom, was a hope-to-die heroin addict. He thanked me for helping him get to Mexico and that he no longer has withdrawals, nor the desire to use harmful narcotics.
He also asked, “Bill, so what is really up with that ibogaine?” I was perplexed and asked him to elaborate. He stated that he almost made his Mom faint on the kitchen floor. He approached her and asked her why she never told him he had a twin brother. He said the color drained from her face, as she replied that she and his father agreed to never let him know that his twin died in childbirth. The next obvious question she asked was, “How did you know this?” He stated, “I saw us both in your womb when I was on my ibogaine journey and always felt like I had a brother I never got to know throughout my life.”
By: William Smith on June 5, 2016
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