Peace & Justice 9am Weds. Jan 8 – A Peace Poet and NCAA Reform
Written by Tom Walker on Sunday, January 5, 2020
Bob has invited “peace poet’,” Linda Ohlson Graham to be our guest in the studio this Wednesday, January 8.
Here’s what she writes on her website at lindaohlsongraham.com:
Hello, I’m a traveler and a Peace Poet. ALL of Humanity is invited to join me in creating a quiet and peaceful experience for thE entirety of Creation.
I’m very honored to share my recently completed book: Earth Ocean Heavens … a mini guide book to aide Humanity in entering “The New Age”.
Please envision all of us collectively entering a truly peaceful next thousand year cycle … by enough of us intentionally quieting our thinking Mind(s) for just a few minutes daily.’ …
And please feel welcome to view and share my second website: www.earthoceanheavens.com … which has similar, though different, information.
As a second guest this Wednesday, Bob has invited Tim Nevius. Tim is a former college baseball player, ex-NCAA investigator, and sports attorney with over a decade of experience in college sports. While at the NCAA, Tim led high-profile investigations into top college football and basketball programs for violations of NCAA rules. After leaving the NCAA, he helped initiate and lead a federal class action on behalf of college athletes against the NCAA and DI conferences to challenge NCAA compensation restrictions. Since then, he formed his own New York sports law practice advocating for college athletes on a host of NCAA eligibility matters. He has become a leading voice for NCAA reform, including as Founder and Executive Director of the College Athlete Advocacy Initiative.