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Join us as we talk with Christi Ketchum about her work with Our Rightful Place, Safety and Justice and Youth Leadership work.
OUR RIGHTFUL PLACE is a network for Black Women to come together collectively to strengthen our leadership and promote social change, positive dialogue, build stronger relationships with each other, create open and safe space for women to become better Leaders, Mothers, Allies, and Friends.
This week Chris Laker and his panel discuss the rapper who cut off his dick and jumped out of a window, Bundy Ranch, a gun range getting a liquor license, Bloomberg taking on the NRA and Japan inventing a disposable masturbation toy for men.
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Hello American Lady Creature: What I learned as a Woman In Qatar. Lisa L. Kirchner has written for publication since 1992, when her review of the film, I’ll Do Anything, presaged a career. While working at various times for The Andy Warhol Museum, Ketchum Public Relations, Carnegie Mellon University and the Tribeca Film Festival, her writing has appeared in The Washington Post, Budget Travel, and Salon.com among numerous others.She’s attended the Bread Loaf Writers’ Conference and did a summer stint at the Iowa Writers’ Workshop. Her work is part of the compilation Learning to Love You More (Prestel Publishing, 2007). And essays based on this book have appeared in xoJane, Opium and Reality Sandwich. She has also hosted, produced and performed in storytelling shows, including the Upright Citizens Brigade’s Happy Hour Story Hour, The Moth, Risk, and her very own Next Chapter. She is the memoirs editor for the New York Writers’ Workshop literary magazine. She teaches yoga in New York City and has toured the "Yoga For Getting Over It" workshop nationally. She's currently working on the story of what came after this narrative, when she moved to India to study yoga and meditation. Her tentative title is Meeting My Inner Bitch: How I Turned Drama into Dharma. More at LisaLKirchner.com.
Awake in the DREAM Radio with Laura Magdalene Eisenhower and Dr. DREAM, this week's guest is Brien Foerster; Adventurer / Guide / Author. Our topic; "Ancient Lost Worlds & Hidden History"
Brien Foerster Biography
As of December 2013 he has written a total of 13 books; all available in e-format, and some in paperback form via his www.hiddenincatours.com website, as well as www.hiddenincavideos.com
He also writes articles for Graham Hancock: www.grahamhancock.com, and is associated with Lloyd Pye of the Starchild project, whose geneticist is analyzing the DNA of elongated human skulls of the Peruvian Paracas culture on his behalf. Other such tests are being conducted by Dr. Melba Ketchum.
He counts amongst his colleagues Stephen Mehler, author, archaeologist, ancient Egypt oral tradition specialist and expert on crystal skulls, Christopher Dunn, engineer and author of The Giza Power Plant, Dr. Robert Schoch, geologist and expert of ancient Egypt, Hugh Newman of Megalithomania, who he co-sponsors tours with, L.A. Marzulli, and many other well known “alternative” authors and researchers.
Brien has been on 9 episodes of Ancient Aliens, numerous radio shows, including Red Ice Creations, Coast To Coast Am, Jeff Rense, Project Camelot and a new US video series called Unsealed, as well as L.A. Marzulli’s The Watchers, episode 6.
He has become an authority on the megalithic works of South America and the perplexing ancient Elongated Headed people of the area, and divides his time between Paracas Peru, and Cusco.
His explorations are now expanding into Egypt, which he visits once a year with www.khemitology.com.
Barri Rafferty is a Senior Partner and the Director of Ketchum New York. She is also a member of Ketchum’s Executive Committee and oversees the global digital transformation of the agency which includes oversight of Ketchum Digital and the agency’s global network of digital strategists. Barri counsels key clients on integrated communications, branding initiatives, and corporate reputation, and leveraging experiential, online, and mainstream communications tactics.
During her tenure, Barri has counseled and worked with many industry-leading companies, such as Pfizer, Ikea, Kodak, Monster, The Home Depot, DuPont, Levi Strauss & Company, Johnson & Johnson, and Frito-Lay. She has led award-winning projects that include Kodak’s “Inkjet” launch, Maxwell House’s “Build A Home America” program, Levi’s “Semester Online,” Tostitos’ “Chip Drop,” Staples’ “10th Anniversary,” Wisk’s “Dirty Secrets and Clean Facts,” and Hallmark’s “When You Care Enough To Send The Very Best.”
Before becoming Director of the New York office in September 2005, Barri served as Director of Ketchum South, which includes Ketchum’s Atlanta and Dallas offices. Prior to this role, Barri served as Director of Ketchum’s Global Brand Marketing Practice, for which she counseled clients in all facets of branding, including integrated programming, new product launches, reputation management and global strategy.
Barri earned a master’s degree in corporate communications from Boston University and an undergraduate degree in communications from Sophie Newcomb College of Tulane University. She is a member of New York Women in Communications, a past president of the Public Relations Society of America New York Chapter, and a Capstone adviser for New York University’s graduate school program.
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The idea for Zombie Sex Bar 2090 arose from an earlier collaboration between the producer and chief writer, Bob Ketchum, and the director, Matt Sargent. Both acted and produced plots for the local cable TV show, Busgroup Follies. At the time, Bob was an instructor at Rocky Mountain College and was instrumental in recruiting Sargent to the show. "The show," Sargent observes, "had some of the craziest plots imaginable. In one, I played a Mozart-level scatologist at Yellowstone Park, and could tell the breed of an animal and its stress level blindfolded. In fact, park rangers do use scat for determining animal stress levels in the park." Besides creating the show, Busgroup Follies, Bob received a Puffin Grant Award for the art he was developing at his local Billings retreat, Prototopia. "The unusual structural designs Bob was working on - including a plywood and sheet metal replica of the Two Towers caught the interest of the foundation, but equally important, these structures are now serving as perfect sets for our movie production. When we were looking for land to develop Prototopia, we wanted an area that looked as post-apocalyptic as possible - and we found it." Bob is the author of 4 novels, which are equally strange and post-apocalyptic as the concepts he has been developing for Zombie Sex Bar. "It's not merely that Bob has a new angle on zombies, but the trilogy he has in mind required a detailed look at the next 70 years (to 2090). Discussing it with Bob is like entering a Tolkien-like world. It is very detailed and full of side-splitting comedy and satire. In Bob's future, I'm afraid we are going to die - - - laughing."
Learn more at http://zombiesexbar.com
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