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The Black Vault Radio with John Greenewald, Jr. dives deep into the world of secret U.S. Government and Military History spanning more than a half century. Using an archive of more than 2,100,000 declassified government documents as a starting point, Greenewald speaks to some of the most brilliant minds on the planet trying to get to the truth.
 
FOR THE ARCHIVE OF ALL EPISODES, PLEASE VISIT https://www.mixcloud.com/restorative-researchers/ Podcasts from the Community of Restorative Researchers. Each episode highlights innovative practice, groundbreaking research or the stories of key individuals involved in restorative justice/practice in some capacity. Download, listen, share, comment, be interviewed, conduct interviews, make suggestions - please get involved in any way you would like! Please join us on social media at: www.faceboo ...
 
Michele Hughes is the host of Love, Sex and Healthy Relationships for the past three years. She enjoys coming with information, topics, interviews that will, change the way you think about your relationship. She is the Queen of Relationships. Michele enjoys bringing very interesting topics to her audience. The goal is to help you think about new ways to make your relationship last, work and radiate with the spirit of love forever! We are looking forward to you being a part of the broadcast. ...
 
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Some call it the “UFO Leak of the Century”. Others refer to it as the “Wilson/Davis Documents.” And some, just call it a downright hoax. These 15 pages, which were uploaded by an anonymous account to a popular image sharing site, chronicle a secret meeting in Las Vegas where a massive cover-up was revealed by a former high ranking military intellig…
 
It's been a bit since the last LIVE call-in show - so let's do it! There are all sorts of things to talk about, and I am sure some of you may be most interested in some of the TV series appearing in the past couple weeks, such as the JJ Abrams Showtime docu-series; the Tucker Carlson documentary on Fox Nation; and much more.…
 
April 24, 2021. An event known as "The Big Phone Home" commences with a kickoff filled with passion, fun, determination and a mission. And that mission? Demand more transparency from the U.S. government and encourage scientific study of the UFO issue.โดย John Greenewald, Jr.
 
Missouri. It's the 19th most populous state in America; and it boasts more than 6 million residents. But hidden within its nearly 70,000 square miles -- is an area known as Marley Woods -- but its exact location, remains a total mystery. Ripe with paranormal activity; it rivals that of the more recognized Utah location known as Skinwalker Ranch. Th…
 
Professor Avi Loeb, who serves as the Frank B. Baird Jr. Professor of Science at Harvard University, has authored nearly 700 research articles and 5 books. He explores some of life's most amazing questions, that many scientists fear to touch, and he is here to speak about his new endeavor - The Galileo Project.…
 
These are just some PRELIMINARY thoughts about the UFO/UAP report released TODAY by the Office of the Director of National Intelligence. A more structured outline/presentation may be set for next week, but for now, I thought it would kind of be fun to go over it together, fresh after it was released. Comment below if [...]…
 
Here is an interview with Steven Greenstreet, host of the Basement Office through the NY Post. Earlier today, he launched a 10 minute video detailing his struggle with the Pentagon while he's covered UFOs/UAPs/and Luis Elizondo; the man who says he led the entire program with the Pentagon to investigate Unidentified Aerial Phenomena.…
 
Last minute, impromptu livestream, that took place on Saturday June 12, 2021. There was a TON of information discussed, and to my surprise, the lines were flooded with calls, and the text messages poured in.โดย John Greenewald, Jr.
 
Just days ago, The Black Vault released a story that confirmed the e-mails of Luis Elizondo… have all been destroyed by the Department of Defense. This paper trail that is now gone for good would likely not only consist of e-mails, but all attachments, scheduled tasks, calendars, chat transcripts and other communications that spanned nearly a decad…
 
Since October of 2017, intrigue and mystery have surrounded Luis Elizondo. He says he headed a secret UFO study known as the Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification Program (AATIP), but his journey telling the story about his career at the Department of Defense has been challenged by the Pentagon every step of the way.…
 
Since December of 2017, the Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification Program, or AATIP, has long been touted as a “Secret Pentagon UFO Study” which lasted from 2008 – 2012. However, that has not always been the case to the Pentagon. In a series of conflicting and confusing statements since 2017, the official position of the Department of Defense (D…
 
Today, I recorded an interview with Tony Bragalia. You’ll remember him from not too long ago, making the claims about how the Pentagon admitted to having UFO debris, and the fact they released the test results through FOIA. Well, viewers of this channel will know, I didn’t think his interpretation was accurate at all and I felt it was more sensatio…
 
Robert Powell, who co-authored a 270 page scientific breakdown of findings relating to the Nimitz UFO event, is here to share what they found.โดย John Greenewald, Jr.
 
In his new book entitled Operation Dragon, Amb. James Woolsey makes his case for what he feels is a “codified” message embedded within the Warren Commission report. Once deciphered, he believes it tells us exactly who was behind the assassination of President John F. Kennedy.โดย John Greenewald, Jr.
 
In today's episode I'm talking about archival pandemic backlogs and pressure points that COVID-19 have created in archival settings. Mentioned in this episode: -Samantha Thompson, "Why don't archivists digitize everything?"โดย Krista McCracken
 
Beginning in December of 2017, rumors of a "Secret Pentagon UFO Study" was reported by the mainstream media. The result was an avalanche of UFO stories throughout the next couple of years; each one increasing the hope that Disclosure of some sort of alien existence, was about to become reality. As a result, Congress wanted answers. Now? They will g…
 
Wild sensationalized headlines and misinterpreted FOIA results has all landed a new UFO story that is, well, just not accurate. Although at the recording of this, mainstream media coverage has not commenced, the blog in question has found itself posted throughout multiple social networks such as Reddit, Facebook, and Twitter; all resulting in many …
 
In today’s episode I talk about technology blips, technology fails, and recovering from these unexpected challenges. I draw on a couple of epic fail experiences recently and talk about getting through them.โดย Krista McCracken
 
A UFO event seen over Tehran, Iran, defied logic, or explanation to highly trained pilots, tower operators and military officials. This is the story...โดย John Greenewald, Jr.
 
In today’s episode I’m talking about Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion work, also known as EDI work, and protecting yourself from burning out while engaged in this work. This episode is based on my experience engaged in EDI work connected to gender and sexuality inclusion. Mentioned in this episode: -The Nap Ministry -EP 72: Passion Project Space…
 
In an in-depth and convoluted tale that stretched over the course of years, The Black Vault would finally pry loose thousands of UFO related documents from the CIA. Here's the story...โดย John Greenewald, Jr.
 
In today's episode I'm talking about managing chronic pain, archival labour, and working from home. This episode is based on my experiences working from home since March 2020 and rooted in my pain realities, so your mileage with it may vary. Also, part way through the episode one of my cats decided to chow down near where I was recording. If you he…
 
In today's episode I'm talking all about book proposals. I reflect on the two book proposals I had accepted in 2020 and share some general tips I learned from that process. Mentioned in this episode: -Katie Linder, YGT Podcast "Writing and Pitching Book Proposals" -Trans and Gender Diverse Voices in LIS…
 
In today's episode I'm talking about making it through the dark days of winter, practicing kindness in my professional life, and that ever illusive work/life balance. Mentioned in this episode: -Feminist Ethics of Careโดย Krista McCracken
 
In October of 2017, a counterintelligence officer and trained special agent by the name of Luis Elizondo, stepped out of the shadowed halls of the Pentagon and into the public spotlight. Whether he intended it or not, by doing so he would become an instant celebrity to UFO enthusiasts for saying something that would soon shake the entire world.…
 
My guest today is author Jeffrey Kaye. In his book Cover-up at Guantanamo, Jeffrey explores two mysterious deaths, detailing meticulously, declassified military documents; horrifying tales of drugs possibly used for interrogation purposes; the lack of basic human rights; and strong evidence of a massive cover-up of the truth.…
 
Did you see the "leaked" UFO photo released this week by the new blog site "The Debrief"? Well, here it is, along with a breakdown of how this all came to pass. And, I put forward just a working idea to offer a different take about what just happened.โดย John Greenewald, Jr.
 
In today's episode I'm discussing my experiences attending three different virtual conference in October. I talk about online conference formats, recording and giving presentations, and interaction in online conference spaces. Mentioned in this episode: -Canadian Research Knowledge Network 2020 Conference -TESS Online 2020: Humanizing Learning -Ont…
 
My guest today is Stephen Bassett. For nearly 25 years, he has aimed to end what he calls a “government-imposed truth embargo behind extraterrestrial related phenomena.” He organized a Citizen Hearing on Disclosure at the National Press Club in Washington D.C. and he spearheaded political initiatives that injected the ET issue into the 2016 Preside…
 
UFOs. A topic that continues to fascinate the public, and has, for decades. Now, after more than nearly 50 years of denying interest in the topic – the U.S. military, and certain members of Congress, want answers. Recent documents obtained by The Black Vault prove that more is going on behind the scenes than has been reported.…
 
In today's episode I'm talking about peer review feedback and article revisions. I chat about some of the recent articles I have revised, handling negative feedback, and my process for doing revisions. Mentioned in this episode: -Jo VanEvery, Revision following peer review is a normal part of the scholarly writing process - Melissa Dalgleish, Learn…
 
How do you find time for the projects that you are invested in but aren't part of your job? In today's episode I'm talking about passion projects and the work that I do off the side of my desk that brings me a lot of joy. Mentioned in this episode: -Trans and Gender Diverse Voices in LIS book project - Trans and Gender Non-Conforming Inclusion in L…
 
In today's episode I'm chatting about boundaries between work and home life and the struggle to maintain those boundaries during the pandemic. I talk about my home office, strategies for disconnecting and challenges of the work at home life. Mentioned in this episode: - Wladislaw Rivkin, Working from home? Why detachment is crucial for mental healt…
 
Hi All! I'm back with a new podcast episode, it's a short one but in today's episode I'm discussing grant evaluation and sitting on the other side of the funding table. I talk about grant adjudication, collaboration, and grant writing.โดย Krista McCracken
 
It's been awhile, but I'm back with new podcast content. In today's episode I'm discussing problematic language in archival descriptions, approaches to handling racist depictions in records, and efforts to update archival practices. Mentioned in this episode: -University of Waterloo, Language in Archival Collections -Archives for Black Lives in Phi…
 
Who needs a distraction? I do. I've been spending a lot of time reading recently. These days, reading is one of the few things that can help push my anxiety to the side and keep my mind busy. In today's episode I share what I've been reading recently and recommend some mind occupying reads. Mentioned in this episode: -Claire Hunter, Threads of Life…
 
In today's episode I reflect on the work that goes into organizing blog theme weeks or thematic digital series. I talk about my experiences pulling together theme weeks and provide a roadmap for those interested in organizing one. Mentioned in this episode: -Active History Material Culture Theme Week -Edited with Andrea Eidinger, Beyond the Lecture…
 
Weird week, right? Anyway, Marvel asked us to put a trailer for their cool new show MARVELS in our feed. So we're using that as an excuse to update everyone on what we're doing and how we're keeping cool during the worldwide pandemic. First off, check out the MARVELS podcast at marvelspodcast.com. It's written, directed, and sound designed by peopl…
 
For the last episode of 2019 I'm doing some reflecting, celebrating, and dreaming. I'm talking about some inspirational reads and folks who gave me strength in 2019. I also think a bit about what the upcoming year holds. Mentioned in this episode: -OE Fellows Program -Amazing people: Andrea Eidinger, Skylee-Storm Hogan -Inspiring Authors and Activi…
 
In today's episode I'm focusing on resilience. Resilience can be beautiful. It can be empowering. But it can also be co-opted and used as a systemic tool. Today I'm reflecting on how resilience is often used as a way to encourage productivity and shame those who don't overcome barriers. Can resilience be a bad thing? Mentioned in this episode: -Kat…
 
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