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From the Center Pole learning center in southern Montana, Peggy Well Know Buffalo and Susan Kelly host this informative podcast on the culture and community of the Crow Indian Reservation. Tonights show will highlight the following:
Mike Hall, Medicine Man/Sundace Chief will explain Sun Dance Ways in detail.
Tilton Old Bull, Native American Chruch Leader discussing the Peyote Way, its origins, practices and symbolism.
Songs by the Crow Hymns group, a uinique combination of Christianity and Native Spirituality.
For more information go to: www.thecenterpole.org
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Jen Halterman welcomes Allison Crow to the show!
Allison is an Intuitive Life and Business Coach, an Artist, a Truth Teller and all around Bad-Ass! She took her life from Over Achiever Sales Coach to a Go with the Flow Creative Genius.
With no script to guide them this conversation between Jen and Allison are sure to be Sassy, Raw and an overall surprise!
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Welcome to the premier of Crow Voices! Introducing Peggy Wellknown Buffalo, who comes from a line of chiefs and medicine women and who practices traditional ways. Her 16 year old grassroots non-profit organization, the Center Pole, is a learning center on historical land, located just below the Little Big Horn Battlefield Monument. In 2014, she was recognized as an Unsung Hero of Compassion by the Dalai Lama. This podcast will discuss the historical trauma as well as the healing of spiritual ways and the importance of healing ourselves in a variety of ways to release the bonds that hold us back. First, we need to know ourselves and our history. It is time to stand up for ourselves, be proactive and spread the good news about who wer are. Peggy believes the American public needs to know what is going on in Indian Country and come to understand their ways.
This first show will discuss the Doctrine of Discovery, based on a documentary by Sheldon Wolfchild (Dakota) and how it continues to negatively affect Native Americans today.
On the first episode for 2016 we're joined by clinical nutritionist and leading autoimmune expert Jessica Flanigan to talk about the hugely underappreciated healing powers of love.
Author of "The Loving Diet", Jessica believes that healing from any condition or situation of poor health requires nutritional healing, structured medical care and an awakening process of tapping into the healing powers within.
We spoke about:
- How to turn 'stumbling blocks' into 'stepping stones' - and continue to attract opportunities into your life
- The mindset of mindfulness and how it fundamentally changes your brain for the better
- Meditation and the ancient Hawaiian technique of Ho'Oponoponopono, and how they help us when everything unravels
Hosted by David White of Authentic Wellness Radio
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Host Kevin Willett is joined by Jessica Schulte from K.I.C.K. Karate. KICK stands for Karate Inspires City Kids. We are dedicated to fostering positive character traits though the study of Martial Arts for youth ages 4 and up. We offer a range of programs including Super Kids for ages 4-6, Beginner Karate for ages 7 and up, and Adaptive Karate for youth that are part of the IEP program. In our Martial Arts youth program, our students learn goal setting, gain focus and self control while having fun. For more information please visit thier facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/KICK-Karate-273804709305401/
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Are you jonesing for Jessica Jones? We know we are! Jonesing for Jessica discusses the hit Marvel and Netflix show Jessica Jones episode by episode. Graphic Policy Radio hosts Brett and Elana are discussing the series and are joined each week by special guests. For this episode the team is joined by Danielle Paige to discuss the tenth episode "AKA 1,000 Cuts."
A discovery has the potential to change the entire game -- if Jessica can refuse Kilgrave's offer.
Danielle Paige is the New York Times bestselling author of Dorothy Must Die, its upcoming sequel The Wicked Will Rise, and the upcoming Stealing Snow series (Bloomsbury, 2016). In addition to writing young adult books, she works in the television industry, where she's received a Writers Guild of America Award and was nominated for several Daytime Emmys. She is a graduate of Columbia University and currently lives in New York City. You can find her on twitter and instagram.
Are you jonesing for Jessica Jones? We know we are! Jonesing for Jessica discusses the hit Marvel and Netflix show Jessica Jones episode by episode. Graphic Policy Radio hosts Brett and Elana are discussing the series and are joined each week by special guests. For this episode the team is joined by Oliver Sava to discuss the eleventh episode "AKA I've Got the Blues."
Jessica searches morgues for clues. Trish goes all out to keep Simpson from getting in Jessica's way. Malcolm has an epiphany.
Oliver Sava is a Chicago-based Eisner Award-nominated writer that primarily covers comic books and TV for The A.V. Club, where he writes episodic reviews for all of Marvel's TV series. He's written about comic books for The L.A. Times and NPR Books and theater for The Chicago Tribune, Time Out Chicago, and Chicago Theater Beat. He's also currently working as the dramaturg on an upcoming Chicago play, Prowess, about Chicagoans becoming vigilantes as a way of coping with their PTSD.
Are you jonesing for Jessica Jones? We know we are! Jonesing for Jessica discusses the hit Marvel and Netflix show Jessica Jones episode by episode. Graphic Policy Radio hosts Brett and Elana are discussing the series and are joined each week by special guests. For this episode the team is joined by Kendra James and Darryl Ayo to discuss the twelfth episode "AKA Take a Bloody Number."
The hunt for Kilgrave reunites Jessica with Luke. Trish receives some unexpected information about Simpson and Jessica.
Double majoring in Cinema Studies and Anthropology, Kendra James graduated from Oberlin College in 2010 and immediately started working in talent management in NYC. When running a blog chronicling her horrible first "real job" experience got boring, she started searching for a writing outlet similar to the ones she'd had in college. That led to a position as the lead Television Correspondent with Racialicious.com (the foremost blog about the intersection of race and pop culture on the web) beginning in 2011. Her writing has been referenced by Gawker, Jezebel, Clutch Magazine, The Root, The Atlantic Wire, and The New York Times.
Since 2002, New York cartoonist Darryl Ayo has self-published minicomics, webcomics, anthology stories and comics criticism. Ayo's most known work, Little Garden has evolved and grown into and through several permutations and can be seen in its current form at littlegardencomics.com
Ayo, is also a commentator, blogging and on comic fandom.
Are you jonesing for Jessica Jones? We know we are! Jonesing for Jessica discusses the hit Marvel and Netflix show Jessica Jones episode by episode. Graphic Policy Radio hosts Brett and Elana are discussing the series and are joined each week by special guests. For this episode the team is joined by Steven Attewell and Arturo R. Garcia to discuss the ninth episode "AKA Sin Bin."
Just when Jessica has Kilgrave right where she wants him, Hogarth's involvement complicates the situation. Details of Kilgrave's past emerge.
Steve got his PhD in the History of Public Policy from the University of California, Santa Barbara and teaches public policy at CUNY's Murphy Institute for Labor Studies. He is the founder and writer of Race for the Iron Throne, which examines Game of Thrones and the A Song of Ice and Fire book series from a historical and political perspective. His essays have been published in Esquire, Salon and in two books on the subject. He co-hosts the Game of Thrones Podcast for Lawyers Guns and Money.
Arturo R. Garcia is the managing editor of Racialicious and an editor for The Raw Story -- but before all of that, he was a comics geek and a Rocky Horror Picture Show alumnus. Born in Tijuana and based out of San Diego, he's covered everything from Comic-Con to the DNC and Black Lives Matter protests.
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Are you jonesing for Jessica Jones? We know we are! Jonesing for Jessica discusses the hit Marvel and Netflix show Jessica Jones episode by episode. Graphic Policy Radio hosts Brett and Elana are discussing the series and are joined each week by special guests. For this week's episode the team is joined by Sarah Jaffe and Amanda Mayer to discuss the eighth episode "AKA WWJD?."
Jessica experiences a strange homecoming courtesy of Kilgrave. Hogarth's conflict with her estranged wife reaches a tipping point.
Sarah Jaffe is a reporting fellow at the Nation Institute and a giant nerd who once upon a time wrote about comics more than she wrote about politics, believe it or not, and she has lots of feelings about superhero movies AND their politics. Follow her on Twitter https://twitter.com/sarahljaffe
Amanda Mayer is a writer, performer, and director living in NYC. She can currently be seen playing with the musical improv team Goats every Tuesday night at the Magnet Theater. She is also sometimes a lawyer.
So listen in, and join us in the conversation. Tweet them to us @graphicpolicy.
Shaminism is the topic for tonight and we welcome Jessica Hunter to the show to share her experiences and insight on this amazing modality. She is a Shamanic Teacher, Practitioner, & Shamanic Medium. She is also a Crystal Healing Teacher, Melody Crystal Healing Practitioner, Reiki Master Teacher, Acupressurist, and Ordained Minister with Circle of the Sacred Earth. Over the last 25 years, Jessica has committed to formal training and practices in Shamanism, Crystal Healing, Reiki, Psychic Development & Mediumship, Acupressure, and Earth Based Spirituality & Healing, with a variety of mentors, including world-renowned Teachers & Shamans. Jessica’s passion in the healing work is dedicated to assisting clients and students to reclaim their personal power to honor, transform, and restore the Body, Mind, & Soul on all levels – by discovering their own light, talents, abilities, and personal spiritual connection. She teaches in her venue, Hunter Healing Hands, and has taught in many venues throughout Connecticut