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This week Eleanor Goldfield from Act Out and Rooftop Revolutionaries join our panel to talk about activism, social justice and the situation at Mizzou.
And on Kettle Of Fish, Musician Alex White from White Mystery stops by to talk about Rock And Roll Baby!
So Join Dee, Saucey and Fern for all the Radical Truth Speak we can Verbally Firebomb into your Dispassionate Little EarHoles.
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Birthing in the early 1960s with such works as Astro Boy and Gigantor, the art of Japanese animation arrived on domestic shores not long after. Things would change radically as we moved into the 1970s and such widely beloved cult series as Yamato (Star Blazers), Gatchaman (Battle of the Planets) and Macross (Robotech), even in their somewhat bowlderized and sanitized variants aired Stateside, blew the minds of kids accustomed to Hanna Barbera/Filmation/Warner Brothers style fluff with their comparative realism and mature themes (inclusive of such heady matters as interracial relationships, real-world style romances, character deaths and more)!
Becoming a genuine underground cult craze among the youth of the 1990's, such late 70's/80's era space operas as Mospeada, Megazone 23, Dirty Pair and Bubblegum Crisis were joined by the syndicated television likes of Rumiko Takahashi (Urusei Yatsura, Ranma 1/2), Akira Toriyama (Dragonball), Voltron and Naoko Takeuchi (Sailor Moon), opening the floodgates for a proliferation of anime magazines, late night/Saturday AM blocks on networks like TBS, TNT and Sci-Fi Channel, and entire stores dedicated to the sale of anime and related materials.
With the dawn of "meta" series such as Neon Genesis Evangelion, the "harem anime" (starting with Tenchi Muyo) and crossovers to the tabletop and videogame RPG (Slayers, Dragon Half, etc.), anime went from comparative obscurity and often isolated, small-scale fanbases to a global phenomenon overnight.
Join us as we talk the days of actual hand drawn, boundary-pushing animation, with nigh-adversarial relations between original language subtitle fans and the dubbing-only crowd, where fans would gather together based on a dawning appreciation of what remains many steps above the standard domestic, toddler oriented cartoon.
Eleanor Goldfield, founder and lead vocalist of Rooftop Revolutionaries, founder of Art Killing Apathy has a new forum. As the Star of "ActOut," Eleanor continues to be an important voice for justice. All kinds of justice. Social Justice, Environmental Justice, Economic Justice, Criminal Justice and Political Justice. She covers them all and covers them well. Eleanor does not waste words. She is direct and refreshing and most important she speaks the truth. She also offers what I call "little ditties" on important issues that show off her writing talents. She travels the world and is relentless in her consistency. She calls out injustice everywhere and inspires others to do it as well. Thi show's opening song comes from Rooftop Revolutionaries. Eleanor joins me Sunday morning for a frank discussion about TPP, Equal Rights, Military Industrial Complex and Perpetual War. Maybe we will even hear a "little ditty" or two. So grab a cup of coffee and join us Sunday Morning for this important discussion. Longtime Activist, Journalist, Coffee Party USA Board of Director & Radio Host, Bobby Rodrigo brings you "I Take LIBERTY With My Coffee". On Coffee Party USA Radio every Sunday Morning at 8:30AM. Advocating engagement Bobby points out the Constitution is the Rule of Law and why it should remain so. Money in Politics, the Political Party Machine, & partisan blind allegiance is on full display as he advocates against the erosion of Constitutional Protections in the name of corruption & tyranny. "If we focused on following the Constitution we would solve many of the ills of our society."
The definition says to win, overcome or beat but unless the person, place or thing that you win a victory over, overcome or beat feeling like they or it has lost, your defeat of it is only in your mind and not seen by anyone else or witnessed by history. This may explain why so many of us tend to tout our accomplishments via a resume, personal conversation or over any media that we can get our hands on. We use these mediums to demonstrate that we are winners because we have been conditioned to believe that the opposite is worse and no one likes to be called a loser. But what if I told you that only you can actually tag yourself with that loser brand and no man, woman or child has the power or authority to label you that period. This is where the immortal words of Eleanor Roosevelt comes in when she is quoted as saying “the only person who can make you feel inferior is you”
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On tonight's show we will explore some of the Big Ideas about games and how they are being used to make our world a kinder, fairer and a more connected place. Joining us in this exploration is Professor Elena Bertozzi. Professor Bertozzi of Quinnipiac University is a game designer, she also teaches, writes and speaks on the subject of games.
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What is a Role Model? Seems like an easy answer -- someone that inspires you. But there may be more permutations than that, so we thought we'd explore it a little more deeply, starting off with perhaps the mother of all role models, Eleanor Roosevelt. I met Shannon Butler when she gave me a tour of Val-Kill, Mrs. Roosevelt's private home. I was inspired by Shannon's enthusiam, knowledge & apparent joy in imparting it. That gives us a glimpse into what a role model can do.
Shannon graduated from SUNY New Paltz with a degree in history and is pursuing that further at University at Albany. She has worked on all that while working as a National Park Ranger! She calls herself all all-American Hudson Valley girl.
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12 noon Eastern, 9 am Pacific: "Ladye on the Radio," host Eleanor Wyche:
Join Eleanor, better known as Lady E, as she interviews musical greats -- both those who have enjoyed long success, and amazing up-and-comers!
Phil A Minion is a positive and inspirational artist from the Baltimore area. Minion was formerly a part of the well-known local group, Urban Worship. Together they released the EP "Undefined" and won the 2013 DMV Christian Music Award for "Best New Artist of the Year." Through meditation and prayer, Minion has taken a step away from the group to develop individually. Minion has diligently worked as a co-producer for his recently released album "Metamorphosis." Minion is a singer, songwriter, rapper and producer whose purpose is to be the light in the midst of this world's darkness. Minions dream is to spread the gospel through his gifts and be an example to others that despite your testimony, those who wait on the Lord shall regain their strength and mount up like eagles. (Isiah 40:31)
My guest today is Kimberly Durdin IBCLC, SMW. She has been supporting families as a La Leche League Leader and Breastfeeding Peer Counselor for the WIC program in Brooklyn, NY over 23 years ago and as a doula. She was part of the BLESS Project (Breastfeeding Lactation Education Support Services) at historic Howard University Hospital in creating their first ever lactation clinic providing 24 hour lactation services free of charge for HUH families. Before leaving D.C., Kimberly was named one of the Top Lactation Consultants in the area by Washington Families Magazine.
Kimberly worked as a LC for the Watts Healthcare Corporation 5 site WIC Program after moving to Los Angeles, where she trained staff, oversaw breastfeeding peer counselors, and provided one on one LC care for families throughout South LA. In 2009, She joined the groundbreaking company The Sanctuary Birth & Family Wellness Center, and acted as the Director of Lactation Services and created The Sanctuary New Moms Group, a popular and powerful community space for new mothers that she has lead weekly, as well as conducting childbirth education curriculum for out of hospital birthing families. She taught this class twice a week as well as a program for hospital birthing families she created entitled Enhanced Pregnancy. She has been an LC for twelve years and has begun teaching a 45-hour Lactation Consultant Exam Prep Course, as well as mentoring IBCLC candidates.
Kimberly recently stepped out on her own, attending births as a Student Midwife and Doula, expanding her role as a birth and breastfeeding advocate, speaker and organizer. She has recently signed on to be the “Expecting and New Parent Expert” at WellBaby Center which hosts her weekly Mom’s support group The Mama Tent.
The topic we will be broaching today is the New York Times article by Eleanor Davis: Over Selling Breast-Feeding.
We Carry the Light with Host Dr. Susan Allison: Breakthrough Solutions with Eleanor LeCain. At a time when the media tells us that the world is collapsing on all fronts, Eleanor LeCain lets us know that there are solutions to every one of our global problems. On today's show, LeCain tackles such huge issues as crime, education, conflict and peace, relationships, jobs, the environment, economic hardship and prosperity, philanthropy and healthcare. By the end of the show you will be inspired and encouraged to do your part to find and use solutions to change our world and the lives of those you love.
Psychic Love Doctor Show with Deborah Leigh and Intuitive Co-host Daryl: Where is your life taking you? This show focuses on how Choice and Change are instrumental to our paths toward the future! Join us for an insightful discussion on how intuitive perception through Personal Prophesy card readings can help us navigate our paths toward love, happiness and success. On the air live readings will be given to callers during the show on all subjects. Please call in!
I have to admit I admire people that have experienced adversity and then emerged from it. They may come out with scars but they have been tested and they have survived. It is really difficult for me to listen to the advice of those that have not experienced powerful adversity. Really, how do they know anything about life?
I love quotes from some of these people like Helen Keller. Have you read some of her stuff? Amazing. She saw so much! Here are just three. If you want to see some of her quotes, go here.
You would say that the First Lady would not know adversity but the wisdom of Eleanor would disagree, I believe. Did you know her parents and her brothers all died while Eleanor was very young? She endured the unfaithfulness of a husband (duh). She fought strongly for women's rights but also for the civil rights for African Americans and Asian Americans which was very controversial in the early 1900's. Here are a few of her quotes:
So a guy names Henrik Edherg published "Gandhi's Rules for Changing the World" that I think continue to exist and may always exist but what did Gandhi know, right? Well, he had adversity, experience and time and that often translate to wisdom so, I believe, he knew a lot about Changing the World. Here is that article.
The plan is to relate what these three said with what is going on with the Trans community and how these teachings influence Transwomen National.
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On this episode of Sharkdropper we talk about eating on the tiolet, how the Filntstones are still relevent, and Hanna Barbera. Kyle wonders why anyone would want to watch the Green Inferno, and we talk torture . After the break we all sing Happy Birthday, and fake Robert's birthday. John breaks down what episode people get hooked on shows according to Netflix.
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