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The SpeakEasy founder known as Carol Borden chats with K. A Laity about the reasons for starting up this project and about her manifold activities on behalf of the Cultural Gutter, dedicated to disreputable art. On the agenda, art, films, books and various secret plots to unfold. A mere half hour for our inaugural episode. It's bound to be too little!
in Self Help
I will be interviewing 3 speakers from The Capital Cinema Cultural Excahnge: Mike Camoin, Elaine Bapis, and Eric Vollweiler. This will be a live show : Call In Number: 646-716-7250:
The Capital Cinema Cultural Exchange (CCCE), nicknamed "Triple C E", aims to support dynamic cross-cultural exchange through film. Established in 2014, the Capital Cinema Cultural Exchange is a non-commercial initiative aimed at providing filmmakers with added skills, resources, and opportunities to enhance marketability and help them reach international audiences for their character-driven work. Whether the work is a short, documentary, or feature, CCCE understands how hard it can be to bring a movie from start to finish. Our goal is to provide professional mentoring, educational workshops, cultural exchange, one-on-one consultation, networking and other forms of support, so that filmmakers can shape their work to reach a wider audience sooner. Through interaction with audiences, industry experts and peers, filmmakers can acquire a greater understanding of the language and best practices needed to navigate the creative and business paths from development to marketing, from financing to completion.
We understand there has and may always be conflicts between people and cultures of various nations. We don't uphold one culture to be less or greater than another, or endorse any political stance. We understand that great films transcend any particular politics of a region and strive to show the human condition even amidst adversity. A form of international communication, film is a unique language that cuts across cultures and must be preserved and protected, especially during times of conflict and disagreement, such that we might more fully understand our fellow human beings.
Awakening Grace Wisdom Series
Nancy Feth is pleased to welcome Joseph Franklyn McElroy, CEO of Galileo Tech Media and Tracy Ann Essoglou, Creator of Social Literacy Salons and Cultural Seminars for Professionals, Students and Organizations to the Wisdom Series today. We will be exploring the impact of bringing wisdom content and experience to business through the exploration of personal and cultural myth.
Awakening Grace is conversation with kindred sprits living their calling... sharing gifts of themselves through stories of faith, hope and inspiration. The Wisdom Series is an opportunity to look at life through a new lens, integrating sacred and secular experience as a path toward wholeness. Engaging thought leaders in authentic discussion we explore tools and strategies to elevate consciousness...creating greater fulfillment, productivity and effectiveness. Honoring diversity of faith and experience, it is our intention to build bridges of love and understanding through creating awareness of new strategies for living. Our goal is to create healthy community and cultures of kindness, compassion and love.
Simply Grace Community
Jon and Jane first talk about daily trials and then the dialogue shifts to reminiscing about Northern California and visits and then the cultural differences of Oakland and Los Angeles.
This episode of 'Staying Spiritually Centered with Chieftess Kaylani,' we're focusing on solving modern daily issues with the ancient cultural wholistic practices that our noble ancestors have provided us with to maintain a divine balance within ourselves & with eachother. Check out more about Chieftess Kaylani at www.yabuzagardens.com & there's still time for you to register for the United Washitaw Melanin Conference at www.dralimelbey.com.
Peter Vogel, founder and managing director of CulturePrep Inc., is a noted speaker on advancing cross-cultural relations and a philanthropist. Peter joins World Footprints to talk about how CulturePrep has been empowering individuals and groups from around the world to overcome the obstacles that threaten meaningful and productive cross-cultural relationships. He will also talk about the volunteer work his organization is spearheading in Uganda.
Then, David Morey, co-chair of The Fund for Peace and former chair of the Council on Foreign Relations’ Task Force on Public Diplomacy, sits down with World Footprints to talk about the current events in Northern Africa and the Middle East and how the insurgent strategy he has developed will help the U.S. to re-boot its foreign policy as . David is one of America’s leading strategic consultants. He has advised some of the world’s top business leaders, five Nobel Peace Prize winners and twelve successful global presidential campaigns, including President Barack Obama. David is also an award-winning co-author of The Underdog Advantage, a book that outlines a powerful insurgent strategy to put business on top.
Finally, prepare your taste buds and Malaysian Chef Susheela Raghavan cooks up the Flavors of Malaysia from her new cookbook with World Footprints. Flavors of Malaysia: a Journey through Time, Tastes, and Traditions, will take you on a wonderful sensory journey as Susheela serves up more than 150 amazing recipes, touching family stories, and fascinating notes about the multi-cultural origins of Malaysian food in this wonderful collection.
Queen Quet, Chieftess of the Gullah/Gechee Nation (www.QueenQuet.com) continues the Gullah/Geechee Riddim Radio Kwanzaa celebration by focusing on the cultural creativity of the Gullah/Geechee Nation for Kuumba. Tune een and yeddi we sho-Gullah/Geechee Riddim Radio!
Join us as we go on walk-about with Host Rich Gehlhausen and Author Carole P. Roman in this wonderful adventure to the oceanian country of Australia.
If You Were Me And Lived In France 5 Star Clarion Review
An Introduction to Learning About Other Cultures
Carole P. Roman's delightful, globtrotting series is an immersion of strange and wonderful things certain to inspire curiosity and launch children on a lifelong love of exploring other locales.
Available on Amazon:
Paperback: 26 pages
Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (March 26, 2014)
Product Dimensions: 8.5 x 0.1 x 8.5 inches
Children's Books, Geography & Cultures, Explore The World, Australia & Oceania
Carole P. Roman is the Author of the Captain No Beard Series, I Want To Learn Yoga Too
Link: Children's Program on Storytellers Campfire
Video Link: Storytellers Campfire Videos
In Module 4 we will be discussing the socio-cultural dimensions of institutions, moving beyond the nominal definition of them as organizations housed in buildings, to a socio-cultural definition in which institutions include all types of socially constructed organizations: families, museums, schools, communities, and society. Some of the questions we will discuss include: How do groups, communities and societies use and appropriate the resources of free-choice learning institutions to support their “institutional” needs, interests and identities? How have cultural institutions historically supported/inhibited the socio-cultural dimensions and outcomes of learning? What strategies and approaches have they employed to try to be socio-culturally relevant? Our special guest is Laura Huerta Migus, who took the helm as executive director of the Association of Children's Museums (ACM) this past June. Prior to that, Laura was Director of Professional Development and Inclusion Initiatives at the Association of Science-Technology Centers (ASTC) where she previously also held the position of Director of Equity and Diversity. Laura also served on the staff at ACM from 2004-2006, as a program officer for education and operations. Laura Huerta Migus is a nonprofit professional with more than a decade of experience in professional development, technical assistance, and grant management with a special emphasis on informal learninglearning.environments and community change efforts. She is currently working with institutions nationally to help them become more culturally competent and responsible so that they can be effective change agents in their communities. I think it will be a great conversation!
Tune in for the first episode in Queen Quet, Chieftess ofthe Gullah/Geechee Nation's annual Black History/ African Heritage Month series on "Gullah/Geechee Riddim Radio." Pun disya episode, Queen Quet crak e teet bout wha gwine on disya month bout de Gullah/Geechee and de environmental issues confronting de Gullah/Geechee legacy.
Tune een fa yeddi we sho-Gullah/Geechee Riddim Radio!
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