• 01:25

    On Sacred Ground with Khi Armand (Episode 9): Animal Spirits, Part II

    in Spirituality

    Join Khi Armand for Part II of Episode 9 on Animal Spirits as familiars, helping spirits, and spiritual allies in our world. 


    "Broadcasting the voices of the land and the deceased, host Khi Armand weaves together history, ethnography, and spiritual experience to explore the unique promises and challenges of our time."


    Connect with the stories, people, and landscapes that make us human in this unique, interdisciplinary show featuring guests from a wide variety of fields and backgrounds sharing their expertise on topics of biography, history, and places that matter.


    Culture worker and spiritworker Khi Armand channels marginalized voices from deep within the recesses of our world toward the resolution and reconciliation that we need now.


    Tune in every Saturday to On Sacred Ground at Noon PT, 3pm ET, online, call in by phone 657-383-0525, or 'Click-to-Talk' via a computer interface. Join in chat using a registered BlogTalkRadio account.

  • 02:21

    Bob Darby, Advocate for the Homeless 2015 #3

    in Politics Progressive

    BOB DARBY, ADVOCATE FOR THE HOMELESS  - Thursdays, 3:00 p.m. EST ~ "Power Without Compassion" - Darby  has been an advocate for the homeless for more than twenty years.  Please call to speak on air at (347) 857-3293 for all broadcasts. He has a B.A. in psychology from Emory University. Darby also studied in psychology and theology in graduate school. He is a former employee of Georgia Regional Hospital, Boston State Hospital, and New Hampshire's Hanover-Darthmouth Hospital. In 1994, he co-founded Atlanta Food Not Bombs. Darby is a writer and public speaker. Darby covers subjects such as eugenics and the homeless. He also exposes how drug trafficking by U.S. officials contributes to homelessness, imprisonment and deaths of marginalized people. 


    Darby asserts drug additions that lead to homelessness were partly facilitated by the CIA, which began trafficking herion, crack and other drugs into America years ago, sometimes with the corpses of deceased American soldiers. He cites documented proof from books by respected journalists and government records. Bob also asserts that people with serious mental illness are deliberately rendered homeless in the United States of America and deprived of psychiatric and medical health care services.


    Voters should petition elected officials to improve treatment and subsistence assistance for mentally ill people and those with substance abuse issues. Please use this link to contact your elected officials:
    http://www.usa.gov/Contact/Elected.shtml

    Your questions and comments are welcome.

  • 01:30

    On Sacred Ground with Khi Armand (Episode 8): Animal Helping Spirits

    in Spirituality

    "Broadcasting the voices of the land and the deceased, host Khi Armand weaves together history, ethnography, and spiritual experience to explore the unique promises and challenges of our time."


    Connect with the stories, people, and landscapes that make us human in this unique, interdisciplinary show featuring guests from a wide variety of fields and backgrounds sharing their expertise on topics of biography, history, and places that matter.


    Culture worker and spiritworker Khi Armand channels marginalized voices from deep within the recesses of our world toward the resolution and reconciliation that we need now.


    Tune in every Saturday to On Sacred Ground at Noon PT, 3pm ET, online, call in by phone 657-383-0525, or 'Click-to-Talk' via a computer interface. Join in chat using a registered BlogTalkRadio account.

  • 02:01

    On Sacred Ground with Khi Armand (Episode 7): Djinns & Culture w/ ConjureMan Ali

    in Spirituality

    Join host Khi Armand and guest ConjureMan Ali for an episode on djinn spirits and geomantic divination as we continue our exploration of the landscapes and mysteries that populate our majestic world.


    "Broadcasting the voices of the land and the deceased, host Khi Armand weaves together history, ethnography, and spiritual experience to explore the unique promises and challenges of our time."


    Tune in and connect with the stories, people, and landscapes that make us human with host Khi Armand on this unique interdisciplinary show featuring guests from a wide variety of fields and backgrounds sharing their expertise on topics of biography, history, and places that matter.


    Culture worker and spiritworker Khi Armand channels marginalized voices from deep within the recesses of our world toward the resolution and reconciliation that we need now.

  • 01:36

    On Sacred Ground with Khi Armand (Episode 6): Baladé Black / SoliRose

    in Spirituality

    In Episode 6, we're joined by the collaborative Baladé Black and their merged vision for social justice and spiritual empowerment. We'll also hear the musical stylings of SoliRose, blending West African, flamenco, and blues rythyms toward taking us all home.


    "Broadcasting the voices of the land and the deceased, host Khi Armand weaves together history, ethnography, and spiritual experience to explore the unique promises and challenges of our time."


    Tune in Saturdays at 12pm Pacific / 3pm Eastern to connect with the stories, people, and landscapes that make us human with host Khi Armand on this unique interdisciplinary show featuring guests from a wide variety of fields and backgrounds sharing their expertise on topics of biography, history, and places that matter.


    Culture worker and spiritworker Khi Armand channels marginalized voices from deep within the recesses of our world toward the resolution and reconciliation that we need now.

  • 00:35

    David Flink, author of Thinking Differently

    in Education

    In a scholastic milieu where the odds were stacked against him from even before his early diagnosis of dyslexia and ADHD (in 5th grade), David has faced a new Goliath so often, so calmly, and with such inevitable success, it’s no wonder he has taken his place as a true leader on the front lines of the learning rights movement.


    David, like so many of the kids on whose behalf he serves today, struggled through much of his pre-college education, feeling marginalized by his education as a whole. Although his parents and teachers frequently reassured him that college was in the cards, he would have found that message more actionable, and useful, if it had come from a peer, a person with a learning difference (LD) who had finished college. With that in mind, David co-founded Eye to Eye in 1998 while a student at Brown University. Eye to Eye is the only national mentoring movement that is empowering young people with LD by giving them a mentor who shares that experience.

  • 01:26

    In the Streets with Beverley Smith: Keep Ya Head Up (Episode 14)

    in Spirituality

    When times are hard, how do we make it through? Marginalized and oppressed people have always turned to our hymns, great speeches and spirited work songs to get us through the bad times. In this episode, we are inspired by the speeches of James Baldwin, Sojourner Truth, and Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. (no, not the I Have a Dream speech). We gather strength and determination from the work songs of the Black convicts in the prison chain gangs of the American South. We find empathy and understanding in the writings of Nikki Giovanni, Etheridge Knight, and Dudley Randall. We thrill to the rewritten lyrics of Sojourner Truth's Battle Hymn, a battle song used by the all-Negro Union regiments during the Civil War. Our hymns draw on faith and the promise of a brighter day. We hope to understand it better by and by. Music by Ray Charles, Mahalia Jackson, the Davis Sisters, Sweet Honey in the Rock, In Process, and the prison chain gangs of Texas, South Carolina, and Mississippi.

  • 01:30

    On Sacred Ground with Khi Armand (Episode 5): House & Land Spirits, Part II

    in Spirituality

    "Broadcasting the voices of the land and the deceased, host Khi Armand weaves together history, ethnography, and spiritual experience to explore the unique promises and challenges of our time."


    Tune in Saturdays at 12pm Pacific / 3pm Eastern to connect with the stories, people, and landscapes that make us human with host Khi Armand on this unique interdisciplinary show featuring guests from a wide variety of fields and backgrounds sharing their expertise on topics of biography, history, and places that matter.


    Culture worker and spiritworker Khi Armand channels marginalized voices from deep within the recesses of our world toward the resolution and reconciliation that we need now.

  • 01:00

    (Premiere Episode - Special Rebroadcast) On Sacred Ground with Khi Armand

    in Spirituality

    "Broadcasting the voices of the land and the deceased, host Khi Armand weaves together history, ethnography, and spiritual experience to explore the unique promises and challenges of our time."


    Tune in and connect with the stories, people, and landscapes that make us human with host Khi Armand on this unique interdisciplinary show featuring guests from a wide variety of fields and backgrounds sharing their expertise on topics of biography, history, and places that matter.


    Culture worker and spiritworker Khi Armand channels marginalized voices from deep within the recesses of our world toward the resolution and reconciliation that we need now.

  • 01:03

    A Kind Voice on Movies

    in Movies

    Without is a story about solitude and the way it is enhanced by the geographic and psychological isolation of small, marginalized realities. At the same time, these realities are a witness to the strong human bonds created by the inevitable proximity that connects people.


    Our guest will be writer/director Paola Sinisgalli, who was the director of Marketing of an advertising agency in New York City for 2 years. In April 2013, she launched TheCreativeShake with her partner in crime Francesca Bianchi. She has managed and directed creative video projects which are known for their international resonance.


    Check out the Kickstarter campaign here.


     


    Hosted by William Battle


     

  • 01:29

    Have We Lost This Generation Of Men? Who is Responsible?

    in Christianity

    In this program we will have a panel discussion on the topic have we lost this generation of men. This is a very important topic, as we witness the men in our culture being marginalized. We will have a varied panel who will look at this problem, with the hope of coming to some type of consensus.


    The question is, is this situation irreversible? We will find out tonight.
     

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