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There is no inherent disconnect or contradiction between Islamic Spirituality and social or political activism. In fact, Islamic spirituality is not only relevant but essential to all forms of activism. This Podcast will present a paradigm for a spiritually-inspired activism where activism achieves what it was always meant to be: a vehicle for nearness to the Divine through genuine individual and social ethical change. This series will comprise of seven discussions that will explore 1. The f ...
 
Speak Out World: Arts, Activism & More! explores the connections between the creative arts, activism, and community engagement while building a global community. Undeterred by the Pandemic, we seek to give a voice to unsung heroes, trailblazers, independent artists, athletes, and MORE to share their passions.The idea for this podcast was conceived back in 2018. After sharing the idea with some friends we decided to combine our ideas and Speak Out World was born! We began production in 2019 a ...
 
Activism and Revival (A&R) is a podcast and movement with Change Agents, Kelly Galloway, and Ashley Cross. This movement focuses on mobilizing the Christian Church to create dialogue, awareness, and solutions for social change, and justice. Our hope is that this movement creates stronger spirit-filled believers ultimately establishing greater spheres of influence.
 
n these turbulent times it is important to understand how effective social action and the Buddhist practices of wise speech, embodied awareness and right action complement one another. Virtuous conduct, sīla, depends upon a Buddhist practitioner's ability to comprehend and enact right view: impermanence, not-self and the causes of suffering and non-suffering. This talk clarifies how to hold the precepts while boldly, fearlessly engaging in social action.
 
Govern Yourself Accordingly is a brand new podcast for engaged citizens and public leaders who want to lead change through politics with their integrity intact. If you are someone who is engaged in politics - as an activist, an elected leader, aspiring candidate or simply someone who wants to engage deeply with questions about public leadership this is the podcast for you. We're always on the hunt for people, stories, big ideas and small ones that capture our curiosity about how we can gover ...
 
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In this podcast and the next we will look at the cultural concepts of Indigenization. We will talk about Indigenization, What is it? (systems of nonviolence, no harm, non-marginalization, and non-exploitation). How each of us has been helped by Indigenization and Indigenous Thinking. This podcast attempts to help us unpack what I feel the antithesi…
 
Welcome to the New Gregorian Year 2021 – or I as am calling it 2020 the bad extended mix. In this podcast and the next we will look at the cultural concepts of Colonization and Indigenization. This podcast will reflect on the events of Dec 6th. From a Native Lens with our thoughts and feelings on the matter. We will talk about Colonization, What is…
 
Today I’ve decided I’m done being nice and kindly asking people to wear masks. We’re way past the point where society should tolerate endangering behavior from the few. The mutations, the deaths, the economic crisis, this could all have been avoided had the freedom of the few to be ignorant not been treated like it outweighed the safety of the vast…
 
Today we’re wading in on what we know about Coronavirus mutations, if they affect the effectiveness of our vaccines, if they make the virus more deadly, and if these mutations are common. What do we know about Coronavirus mutations? Are Coronavirus mutations common? What’s special about the UK COVID mutation? Does the Coronavirus mutation spread mo…
 
Wearing a mask after getting vaccinated against COVID-19 - everyone is asking - is it still necessary? We’ll dig into this today, especially in the light of the emergency use approval for a second vaccine and (more to come on this tomorrow) the discovery of a mutated COVID-19 virus in London. Good morning and welcome to the Ben Garves Podcast - a d…
 
On top of a global pandemic and an election year, we had a small war for control of the Supreme Court in 2020. Woof. How is that relevant? Well, did you know Supreme Court nominee Amy Coney Barrett does CrossFit? Let’s unpack it. Good morning and welcome to the Ben Garves Podcast - a daily show at the intersection of health, activism, and technolog…
 
If you’re a fitness tech fanatic like I am, you’ve been jumping into all sorts of mobility tools out there, like The Ready State, ROMWOD, and GOWOD. There’s a new one coming, and it’s something you may already own: your Apple Watch. Good morning and welcome to the Ben Garves Podcast - a daily show at the intersection of health, activism, and techno…
 
With the rollout of the first COVID-19 vaccine in the US this week, media coverage has been incessant about distrust of our medical industry in the black community. I’ve noticed very few of them actually talk about why. Medical racism. Have you heard of it? It’s been around, it’s an ongoing problem, and it’s coming to light again with the treatment…
 
People put in a lot of effort to push for vaccination every year when the flu season rolls around, but we’re seeing an even larger effort this year in light of COVID-19. Want to know why? That’s what I’m here for. Good morning and welcome to the Ben Garves Podcast - a daily show at the intersection of health, activism, and technology. I’m your host…
 
Todays podcast looks deeply at the idea of what is the enemy. Is enemy the best word to use when working against others for the acknowledgement of humanity? Is opponent better or does that still imply the person is the problem. Does opposition work better to focus on the forces not the people. This podcast will look at how it is SO easy to see the …
 
It’s a huge day in the United States because it’s the day the Electoral College casts their votes in the presidential election, but also, front line workers around the nation will be punching the clock this morning and receiving the first American doses of the COVID 19 vaccine. There’s a lot to digest, so I’ll do this in Q&A format. Who gets the Co…
 
Alex Merced reflects on a lot of idea… How movements are sparked out a feeling of being unheard, ignored and powerless How the political industry is quick to try to divert any movements effort and resources away from progress and towards their own ends Understanding of the root sentiment behind Black Lives Matter, Black Trans Lives Matter, The Tea …
 
In recognition of International Kindness Day. We look at the true earth shaking Power In Kindness. We talk about how Kindness needs some reframing as it gets a bad rap for being weak or naive. It is very strong and a powerful force for change! We talk about the vitality of Kindness due to our mirror neurons and oxytocin boost which can later lead t…
 
Illinois bred singer and songwriter, Dozzy Daniel is making his mark early on the R&B scene. In the past year he has released his freshman EP entitled Lessons, a coming of age story derived from the lessons his Grandfathers have instilled in him. His most recent single Sweet Dandelion is a heartfelt song birthed from the pain of the tragic loss of …
 
Election Day 2020 is almost here. In this podcast I share a few thoughts on our local election. I talk about the need to get some food, and resources together in the next few days – just in case things get wonky. I talk about the need to get your ballot physically to the ballot box or vote in person (most vote my mail is not assured to get in by no…
 
Randiesia Fletcher, winner of the 2017/2018 Tucson Public Voices Fellowship is an author, educator, and public speaker, but on the streets, she’s heralded as an "urban missionary." Her passion is fueled by helping the under-served populations society often ignores. Fletcher grew up in L.A.’s Skid Row slums—reared by drug-addicted parents. Her child…
 
Mila Konomos is a wife, mother, artist, poet and activist. She is also an transracial and international adoptee. Mila was adopted as a baby in South Korea by a military family and brought to the United States. As she grew and began school, she quickly realized that she was not like the other children. Mila gives us unique insight into what it feels…
 
Hey all today we are going to unpack the idea of Deep Canvassing. Inspired by this article https://callhub.io/deep-canvassing/ Deep canvassing stems from a simple idea; you can change minds through conversations. Canvassers use this method to engage voters in a conversation and get them to a mutual understanding by providing alternative perspective…
 
Tinnette Hemmons is a multi-creative artist from the south suburbs of Chicago IL who branded herself the name of TWISTED CLAY in 2009. Twisted Clay is statement jewelry and wall art made from polymer clay and other mixed medium. Tinnette has been known to make collections for each season that are geared for the person who is not afraid to walk a un…
 
In this podcast we will analyze thoughts on why people have such a hard time just saying and agreeing with Black Lives Matter. And why they are SO insistent on the message All Lives Matter. The secret is we will in a society that honestly values life very little. And due to the normalization of death and that some lives matter and other lives don’t…
 
Carmel Leahy moved to the remote Kimberley community of Yakanarra in 1990 to establish a school in a dry community breaking away from Fitzroy Crossing. She taught there for thirteen years before becoming a linguist, consultant and activist across North-Western Aboriginal communities. Currently she is fighting to save the Fitzroy River from cotton f…
 
"Frilingdik Umbazigt - As the Spring, Unconquered" In part 2 of our interview with Francisco Dean we discuss the personal impact of creating Frilingdik Umbazigt and what it has meant his students, the school's faculty and the larger Jewish community. Learn how an unexpected encounter brings the past and present together in an emotionally profound w…
 
In this podcast we breakdown another parable idea on what lessons are embedded in boats, and airplanes. How can we look at the idea of difference in consideration of an items intended purpose and see its inherent value in its differences? We will look at how the pressures of a situation keep us afloat. We will look at how movement and pressure can …
 
"As the Spring, Unconquered" In this episode, we introduce you to Francisco Dean, a musician, educator, and podcast producer. Francisco shares with us how he brought to life the memories of Holocaust victims by using their own words, combining them with the art of sound design, to form a powerful composition entitled "Frilingdik Umbazigt - As the S…
 
JIM HILL - Artist • Educator • Humanitarian In his poverty-stricken days as a youth in the inner city of New York, Jim could not afford art supplies. Out of necessity, he created his own palette of colors consisting of recycled paper materials. He uses the different colors from pictures and print ads cut into small pieces to create the palette for …
 
Todays Podcast is “Why Poor White People have a harder Time Seeing White Privilege” We will go over – white racial privilege does exists We will also talk about what is “assumed” as parts of being a white person in society – that really is not always the true experience We will talk about how if you are not doing what is assumed in all parts of whi…
 
Thanks for all the great feedback on part one of our special new segment, "The Lunch Counter". In our first episode we spoke about some of our concerns related to the upcoming 2020 elections, the state of racial relations in America and why so many people are hurting. In this, part two of our conversation, we continue to focus on the power of votin…
 
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