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The Faces of Latin America
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Tune in to the Traveln On Radio show as Tonya and Ian chat with Dr. Adam Jones about his first photography book Latin American Portraits . Dr. Jones has seen the world, having visited over 70 countries and every populated continent. However, he found his peace in Latin America and his book captures the faces, celebrations and culture of the Latin American region. Then nationally recognized, multi-media radio talk show host and producer, Patricia Raskin of Positive Living will join Traveln On to talk about ways to rejuvenate while youre traveling and where to go for that perfect relaxation experience.
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Dr. Adam Jones: Latin American Portraits
Dr. Adam Jones travels began at an early age, and soon, traveling was in his blood. Listen as he tells the tales of his earliest travels, and how it let him to Latin America, the subject of his book.
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More with Adam Jones
Dr. Jones shares the message of his book, and talks about how he chose the pictures that appear in his book.
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Relaxing After Vacation
When we return from a vacation, most of us need another vacation. And thats simply because we dont know how to relax. But award winning radio host Patricia Raskin is here to show you how to do just that: relax.
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Positive Relaxation
Patricia Raskin talks about her favorite places to travel to, and the best ways to unwind after a vacation.
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Guest(s) Appearing on this Episode
Adam Jones
Adam Jones, Ph.D., is Associate Professor of Political Science at the University of British Columbia Okanagan in Kelowna, BC. From 2005-07, he was postdoctoral fellow in the Genocide Studies Program at Yale University. Jones is the author or editor of a dozen books, including Genocide: A Comprehensive Introduction (Routledge, 2006) and Beyond the Barricades: Nicaragua and the Struggle for the Sandinista Press, 1979-1998 (Ohio University Press, 2002). An inveterate traveller, he has lived or voyaged in over 70 countries on every populated continent, retaining a special passion for Latin America. This is his first book of travel photography.

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Patricia Raskin
Patricia Raskin M.Ed, president and founder of Raskin Resources, is a media producer/host, media coach, speaker and author who serves as a catalyst for creating positive change. For over twenty years, she has been hosting and producing media programs that focus on the positive side of life. Patricia originally developed her skills as a teacher and guidance counselor, focusing on prevention, self awareness and positive life skills. As a pioneer in the earliest days of cable television, Patricia created “Positive People” talk shows. Since then she has gone on to produce and host television talk shows and documentaries that have aired on Fox and PBS affiliates. Patricia interviews nationally acclaimed experts and authors in the areas of self-help, personal growth and inspiration on her weekly call-in radio program, “Positive Living.” Until her recent move to New England she wrote a weekly newspaper column as well. Patricia continues to coach new talk show hosts. She holds a Masters’s degree in Counseling and is the author of Pathfinding: Seven Principles for Positive Living, Success, Your Dream and You; and A Guide to Personal Marketing and Creative Marketing. She received the 2001 Circle of Excellence Media Award from the American Society of Plastic Surgeons for producing the radio program “Plastic Surgery Today.” Patricia has been recognized as a “Distinguished Woman of the Year in the Arts” twice by the Council for Women in her community.

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