Daily Archives: 06/02/2011

“Come Walk With Me” by Francis Yvonne Jackson

“Come Walk With Me” by Francis Yvonne Jackson

New book follows author’s adventures from Guyana to Chicago

Author Francis Yvonne Jackson opens up her life and shares an insightful journey through a unique memoir of verses. “Come Walk with Me”, she invites readers to take a glimpse of her most treasured moments growing up in a tropical hut in Guyana to her exciting adventures as she moves to Chicago.

Through verses richly layered with rhythmic words, Francis relives her memories of her childhood, blissful moments with family and friends, and rewarding daily events in her humble hometown.  She documents her views, feelings and recollections of people, places, and things under Guyana’s sun.

As the compelling verses progress, readers will be immersed with the journey as she relocates to the city of Chicago, where she gets smitten by all its tall buildings and neon lights. In vivid narration she recalls various events like the Kennedy assassination, the civil rights movement and the September 11, 2001 attacks..

Francis Yvonne Jackson had her formal education at Tutorial High School, Carnegie School of Economics (1959).  She migrated to Chicago in 1963 and went to various colleges, and received a diploma in secretarial Science form Cortez Peters Business College.  In 1975 she graduated with honors from Mundelin College in Human Services Administration.

Francis has developed a keen interest in community service whereby she has utilized her academic training for advocacy and local community service, as well as aid for projects in Guyana. (Xlibris Publishers)

  Order your copy of the book from Francis Yvonne Jackson.      She can be contacted at:

Guyana Community Outreach Non-Profit.    P.O. Box 32132.   Chicago. IL. USA 60632

francisyvonne@netzero.net    Phone (773) 471-6007

Trade paperback $19.99:  Trade Hardback $29.99 + shipping.

Ordering Information for resellers:

Fax requests to Xlibris at (610) 915-0294 or call (888) 795-4274  Extension 7876. You can also get more information on this book from the publisher at http://www.Xlibris.com

Video: Microwave radiation dangers – the Swiss warning

Video: Microwave radiation dangers – the Swiss warning

Recently there have been news reports of the danger of cell phones and other electromagnetic equipment on humans.  These concerns have been raised since the 1980’s and have incresed as cell phones and wireless technologies have proliferated.  We now have new warnings and the vested interests have in most cases dismissed the studies or minimised the dangers.

Here is a video and article  that should raise your concerns and a website that has ideas and equipment that could help you to identify and minimize the effects of microwave radiation from wireless equipment.

Website: Citizens for Safe Technology – Empowering the Public to protect children and youth from unsafe wireless technologies.

Microwave radiation dangers in your home

Report and practical demonstration of Wi-Fi devices – October, 2010

Dr. Havas demonstrates how Wi-Fi connects your laptop, iPhone and iPad to the internet via microwave radiation. You will also learn how Wi-Fi base stations, portable phones and baby monitors constantly radiate microwave radiation. The Swiss Government warns their citizens, and feels that all of these devices have the potential to do great harm if used incorrectly.  more