Keith Iton is a graduate of Syracuse University and holds a Bachelour’s Degree in Political Science. He is a former employee of the FOX network affiliate WSVN channel 7 in Miami, Florida. Keith has been interviewed on national television on the 700 Club concerning emergency preparedness as well as numerous radio interviews.
Keith is currently the owner of the emergency preparedness website FoodSurvivalStore.com The only preparedness company that accepts full BARTER as payment. He is also a managing partner of Addai Investments Precious Metals.
Donna and Keith discus his preparedness philosophy and the catalyst that got him started. And we’ll find out why he did not appear on National Geographic Doomsday Preppers. Keith also discusses his walk of Faith with the Lord and Bible prophecy and the rapture in the light of Preparedness.
Then we’ll discuss some reasons there are not many African Americans involved in Prepping and if there is a cultural barrier. Keith will share some of the stories that you’ve encountered along his journey. And importantly, we’ll discuss what others can do to make preparedness more inclusive of the African American Community.
Did you know adults and families can go to a camp at Turtle Island Preserve too? Wouldn’t you want to gain skills that have been lost for generations? Isn’t it time to get in touch with what it means to live life untethered from technology? Listen to this episode of Your Preparation Station to learn more.
If you heard them on this YPS Show last year, during the battle with local government bureaucracy which Eustace was having, you’ll want to tune in to hear the update and all that goes on in a place which YOU have helped rally to help!
Eustace is the subject of the book “The Last American Man” by Elizabeth Gilbert and of an early episode of the weekly radio show This American Life.
Turtle Island Preserve is in danger! Recently, local county government authorities have targeted Turtle Island Preserve, attacking their way of life, and forcing our educational camp to close to visitors. Much time and money has been spent to target this 501c3 and tonight we want to get the word out and rally the troupes!
Turtle Island Preserve offers programs, classes & camps that teach both skills & a deeper connection with ways that have been lost in current society. A lifestyle that once provided peace and sustainability to our ancestors. Turtle Island is also an on-going, living, breathing community that enjoys a far simpler existence without many of the trappings of the current status-quo.