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Last Radio Show

To all my fans,

Thank you for tuning into my radio shows on Kindness. I appreciate your Kindness in listening to my ideas and using those ideas to make the Region of Waterloo and the world a better place.

I appreciate the work people have done to make our communities a better place. I appreciate the work of all citizens from Windsor, Sarnia, London, Region of Waterloo, Toronto and the rest of the world.

Remember, you can do anything and don’t let others stop you! I encourage everyone to listen to my last show.

http://soundfm.s3.amazonaws.com/Alim’s Show October 30.mp3

Cheers!

 

Alim Nathoo
Former Host of The Alim Show
100.3 Sound FM CKMS Radio Waterloo

Elise Harding-Davis Advocacy work

war-of-1912

Here is the official interview of Elise Harding-Davis interview.

She retired from Amherstburg Freedom Museum and is now working as a African Canadian Heritage Consultant.

She has also been involved with the restoration of 11 cemeteries. An amazing woman from the Harrow area. Keep up the amazing work!

This interview was done by DJ Jennie from Blue Sky Horse Radio. Tune in to her show every Tuesday from 2-4 p.m. where she talks about horse advocacy.

http://soundfm.s3.amazonaws.com/Jennie’s Show October 9.mp3

Josh Yandt and Mychel Hendricks

Alim Show

Hello everyone,

I will be playing a interview with Josh Yandt courtesy of Joshua Coburn. This is the following interview on YouTube

Small actions make a big impact with The Doorman Josh Yandt. | Wellraiser Radio (E006)

I also want to congratulate Mychel Hendricks for his award he got at Kitchener City Council.

I hope everyone enjoy’s the show.

http://soundfm.s3.amazonaws.com/August 30 show Mychel.mp3

 

Bob Jonkman Interview – Fair Vote Canada

The Alim Show Peace

Today, we interviewed the Co-Chapter of Fair Vote Canada Bob Jonkman. He educated us about the issues surrounding politics and also educated us about the importance of going to a Proportionate Representation system.

Please check out www.fairvote.ca and sign the petition there to get your voices heard for a Proportionate Representation system. One can also visit the local chapter at http://www.fairvotewrc.ca/.

Fair Vote Canada has the following community consultations scheduled for this year and the dates are as follows:

August 23  –         6:30 p.m.
August 30  –         6:30 p.m.
September 13 – 6:30 p.m.
September 20 – 6:30 pm.
September 27 – 6:30 p.m.
October 4          – 6:30 p.m.

These will be held at Queens Street Commons Cafe. If anyone has any questions, please email Sharon Sommerville at sharonsommerville@gmail.com or info@fairvotewrc.ca.

Fair Vote Canada also had events being held at

Kitchener Public Library – Central Branch from 7 to 8:30 p.m.
Thursday September 8, 2016 Registration Required. One can register by going to www.kpl.org as registration is now up.

Elmira Branch
6:30 – 8:00 p.m.
Wednesday September 21, 2016
Region of Waterloo Library

New Hamburg Branch
6:30 – 8:30 p.m.
Wednesday September 28, 2016
Region of Waterloo Library

Ayr Branch
6:30 to 8:00 p.m.
Thursday September 29, 2016
Region of Waterloo Library

We hope to see you there! Remember, get involved! Here is the interview below. Enjoy!

Fair Vote Canada hosts Electoral Reform Dialogue

Want to hold your elected officials accountable and have a fairer voting system?

You can do that!

Fair Vote Canada has the following community consultations scheduled for this year.

August 23  –         6:30 p.m.
August 30  –         6:30 p.m.
September 13 – 6:30 p.m.
September 20 – 6:30 pm.
September 27 – 6:30 p.m.
October 4          – 6:30 p.m.

These will be held at Queens Street Commons Cafe. If anyone has any questions, please email Sharon Sommerville at sharonsommerville@gmail.com.

Fair Vote Canada also had events being held at

Kitchener Public Library – Central Branch from 7 to 8:30 p.m.
Thursday September 8, 2016 Registration Required.

Elmira Branch
6:30 – 8:00 p.m.
Wednesday September 21, 2016
Region of Waterloo Library

New Hamburg Branch
6:30 – 8:30 p.m.
Wednesday September 28, 2016
Region of Waterloo Library

Ayr Branch
6:30 to 8:00 p.m.
Thursday September 29, 2016
Region of Waterloo Library

If you like more information, visit fairvotewrc.ca or email Sharon Sommerville at sharonsommerville@gmail.com.

We hope to see you there! Remember, get involved!

Michael Hendricks to be honoured at next Kitchener City Council Meeting

Michael Hendricks will be honoured at the next Kitchener City Council meeting on August 29, 2016 at 7 p.m.

He saved a 9  month old baby from choking at Kelsey’s Restaurant on August 1, 2016.

Melissa Bell, family friend to Karli Walters said,

“What great news about Michael being honored!!”

Michael wrote to me as I informed him about the amazing news,

“Thank you so much Alim for your work and kindness! I’m truly humbled! Thank you my friend.”

City Councillor Kelly Galloway-Sealock said in a statement to me,

“I have spoken with the Mayor and we are going to look at having Michael presented with a certificate at our next council meeting.”

Congradulations Michael, you deserve this award! We ask everyone to come to the next City Council meeting showing your support for Michael. For more information about the City Council meeting, please visit www.kitchener.ca.

Hero Michael

Recognizing Michael Hendricks and Melissa Bell

 

Be Kind To One Another

Today we are recognizing Michael Hendricks who saved a 9 month old baby and Melissa Bell’s quote on how we can be kind to one another.

She told 100.3 Sound FM CKMS Radio Waterloo, “When I yelled for help and for someone to call 911, the other patrons simply sat and stared at me like I was crazy, and no one reached for their phones. We are so suspicious of every one out there that is a stranger. I think we could mend those bridges by simply saying ‘hello’ to ppl you pass on the street. We’re so wrapped up in out own lives and stresses that someone’s accidentally bumping into you is a personal insult and so often the reaction is anger. Let’s reconnect to those around us by being polite and saying, ‘hi’!”

I also shared some kindness stories brought to you by goodnewsnetwork.org along with the interview of Karli Walters and Michael Hendricks courtesy of Global News. You can also read the other article on 570 News where Michael Hendricks and Karli Walters were also interviewed as well since Michael Hendricks saved the life of a 9 month old baby.

Furthermore, I have also posted the interview of Jane Elliott as well and I played that on my show as well.

Enjoy the show and enjoy your week as well as your weekend! :).

Cheers!

 

Michael Hendricks saves 9 month old baby

Hero Michael

On August 1, 2016, Michael Hendricks was working at Kelsey’s on Ottawa Street when he answered a call of a 9 month old baby that was choking. He gave the baby some blows to the back and he saved the baby’s life. The baby was crying and was able to breathe.

Members of the Kitchener-Waterloo community are organizing a petition to ask Kitchener City Council to honour Mr. Hendricks for his act of bravery and his efforts in saving that baby’s life. The full story can be found at

https://www.facebook.com/KWspottings/

Once again, thank you very much Michael and thank you very much to the Region of Waterloo community for your efforts and kindness in recognizing Michael for his heroism. He has received an award from me and the SoundFM community. Way to go buddy! :).

Ward 5 counsellor Kelly Galloway-Sealock made a statement to me after I emailed the petition. She said,

“Thanks for your message. I will work with the Mayor to see what we can do on behalf of the city to recognize Michael’s heroism. I saw the post on Spotted and it sounds like he was the right person to assist and took over the situation. Thank you for bringing this to our attention.”

I want to also thank all citizens in the City of Kitchener and Region of Waterloo for your assistance in getting Kitchener City Council to honour Michael Hendricks. We all appreciate all of your efforts.

Our petition can be found on:

http://www.thepetitionsite.com/en-gb/178/575/248/honour-michael-hendricks-as-a-hero/

We ask all members of the community to sign the petition so that we can get Kitchener City Council to honour him. This is what Michael Hendrix had to say, “Truly humbled!”

He also said to Spotted In K-W, “Glad to see that you and your son are doing well! I was happy to assist you. Take care!!”

 

Sign My Petition Please

Choose Peace

I encourage everyone to sign my petition since the Wynne Government is not holding any community consultation meetings here in Kitchener-Waterloo for the Anti-Racism meeting that is taking place in other cities such as Toronto, London, Windsor, and Sudbury. We need to send a clear message that all Ontarians matter and therefore, all MPPs should host community consultations that are open to the public. Please sign my petition now!

http://www.thepetitionsite.com/en-gb/715/187/584/demand-daiene-vernile-to-bring-an-anti-racism-meeting-to-kitchener-waterloo/

Source: https://www.ontario.ca/page/anti-racism-directorate?_ga=1.30754943.1944033088.1434265252

Interview with Emily a college student

Emily came on the air today and we talk about Interracial Dating, and helping others.

Special guests Kuro Barros and Mickey Mouse arrived at the station as well and they want to say hello to all SoundFM fans. Thank you all for listening to my show.

Shane Koyczan TED Talk and Windsor Police Stop A Bully campaign. Shane talked about the fact of bullying.

http://soundfm.s3.amazonaws.com/Emily’s Interview.mp3

Here is Jane Elliott’s interview that I wasn’t able to play on the air today. I apologize for the inconvenience this may have caused for my listeners.

Special guests

The official Jane Elliott interview

As everyone has asked me about the interview and correction and apologies on my previous statements. We are the 10th Canadian Television and Radio Network that has interviewed Jane Elliott. Some insightful information. Disclosure: Course language and content may be in the interview. Viewer discretion is advised.

I also apologize for any misinformation I have provided. Here is a copy of the interview.  Also, you can check out all of her documentaries by going to www.janeelliott.com in order to have access and copies of her documentaries, lecture materials and other cool stuff like T-shirts.  Please allow 2-3 weeks of shipping of any items she is selling. This information is all in accordance to her website.

Here is the link to the interview of Jane Elliott who is an Anti-Racism Activist and Educator.

Any questions, feedback, or concerns, please feel free to email me at radioalim@outlook.com or anathoo169@gmail.com. Thank you all for supporting The Alim Show and also for promoting Kindness around the world. Have a great day! :).

Jane Elliott

Photo courtesy of  OWN and Huffington Post.

 

Jane Elliott Interview tommorrow

To everyone on SoundFM and in the Region of Waterloo community, I will be interviewing Jane Elliott who is an Anti-Racism activist in the U.S.A. on Wednesday July 27, 2016. If anyone has any questions you want me to ask, please feel free to email me at radioalim@outlook.com or at anathoo169@gmail.com. Also, if you prefer your name not to be said while I ask the questions, please let me know. All I will say is these are questions from my viewers and myself to give everyone equal credit. I apologize for saying it was this Thursday.

I also wanted to say that I will be the first person to interview Jane Elliott from any Canadian radio or news network which will make history in the Radio & Television industry.

Together we can all fight all forms of racism and discrimination. As Jane Elliott said, “There are not 4-5 different races and there is only one race and that is The Human Race.” Let’s spread this around and tell people that around the world.

Thank you very much and have a great day. Photo courtesy of Huffington Post.

Please check out http://www.janeelliott.com for more information about the Anti-Racism work she does around the world.

Jane Elliott

So Old It’s New set list for Monday, May 19/14 (band/artist, song)

1. Jimi Hendrix, Born Under A Bad Sign
2. Lightnin’ Hopkins, Coffee Blues
3. Etta James, Stop The Wedding
4. Bukka White, Shake ‘Em On Down
5. The Rolling Stones, Little Red Rooster
6. Bessie Smith, On Revival Day (A Rhythmic Spiritual)
7. Muddy Waters, Atomic Bomb Blues
8. Robert Plant and Alison Krauss, Killing The Blues
9. Otis Rush, Double Trouble
10. Josh White, Wang Wang Harmonica Blues
11. Charley Patton, You’re Gonna Need Somebody When You Die
12. Buddy Guy, Talkin’ ‘Bout Women Obviously
13. Rory Gallagher, Cluney Blues
14. Robert Cray, Smoking Gun
15. Sonny Boy Williamson II (Rice Miller), Nine Below Zero
16. Sleepy John Estes, The Girl I Love, She Got Long Curly Hair
17. Taj Mahal, Going Up To The Country, Paint My Mailbox Blue
18. Buddy Guy, Outskirts Of Town
19. B.B. King, When My Heart Beats Like A Hammer
20. Bessie Smith, A Good Man Is Hard To Find
21. Big Bill Broonzy, Key To The Highway
22. Fleetwood Mac, Love That Burns
23. Memphis Minnie, When The Levee Breaks
24. Roy Buchanan, Five String Blues
25. Sonny Boy Williamson I (John Lee Williamson), Stop Breaking Down
26. Willie Dixon, If The Sea Was Whiskey
27. George Thorogood, Help Me
28. Ten Years After, Slow Blues In C
29. The Yardbirds, Out On The Water Coast
30. ZZ Top, Dust My Broom