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Guest is Shamim Momin, co-founder, director and curator of LAND.
Los Angeles Nomadic Division is a non-profit art organization founded in 2009 as a public art initiative committed to curating site- and situation-specific contemporary art projects in Los Angeles and beyond.
LAND believes that everyone deserves the opportunity to experience innovative contemporary art in their day-to-day lives. In turn, artists deserve the opportunity to realize projects, otherwise unsupported, at unique sites in the public realm.
LAND supports dynamic and unconventional artistic practices through commissioning public projects of site- and situation-specific works, collaborating with a variety of institutions and organizations, and offering additional programs such as performances, workshops, residencies, discussions, and publications.
Hosted by Kara Tomé, independent curator and GYST Radio manager.
Join us on our next show where The Nomadic Chick interviews sister team Chelle and Crystal Roberts from Brown Girls Fly...
Chelle and Crystal Roberts are two sisters with a melanin-infused perspective on travel. They created BrownGirlsFly.com a travel site offering practical travel tips, destination profiles, and inspiring traveler stories. Their goal is to inspire as many women as possible -- especially women of color -- to travel more frequently and to places further outside their comfort zones.
Karl talks with Brian Schiele to learn about Utah's "Call Your Military Hero" Day; then gets a final update from one of the Nomadic Veterans; then interviews author Sebastian Junger about War, Restrepo and Korengal. Photos provided by Sebastian Junger, Marty Skovlund and Brian Schiele.
Ms. Kendrick is owner of Anchored 4 Generations, LLC (A4G, LLC) which provides
expatriate services, preparing individuals and companies to work abroad. I assist
companies and expatriates (individuals who work abroad) with cross-cultural training,
expediting their VISA documentation, and inform clients of their transition with lessons
Although Ms. Kendrick transitioned out of the engineering industry, she prepares the
next generation by teaching construction management and business courses in efforts
to prepare students of the upcoming challenges of having to produce the same quality
with less time, cost, and experience.
Mia is a native Houstonian but has traveled extensively throughout different regions of the world. She began her freshman year of college at Texas Southern University in Houston, TX before relocating to Dallas, TX where she completed her undergraduate degree in Psychology with a minor in both Communications and Biblical Studies at Dallas Baptist University. Mia remained in Dallas for almost 8 years working and has held jobs in both mental health and social work. She worked for the State of Texas as an investigator while completing her Master's Degree in Professional Counseling from Argosy University Dallas. Afterwards, she pursued further professional development working as a psychotherapist and assessment clinician in Pittsburgh, PA until her relocation to Seoul, South Korea. Currently, she is matriculating at the doctoral level in Christian Psychology under the academic and professional training of the National Christian Counselors Association in conjunction with Cornerstone University. Currently, Mia is a state investigator with the Department of Family and Protective Services, and is the CEO and Founder of The Nathan Consortium.
In addition to her academic and professional achievements, Mia has been in ministry for almost 15 years and is an ordained minister of the Gospel. She has served under the leadership and actively ministered on the ministerial staff at Potter's House Church of Dallas. She has also served as a minister of worship in Seoul, South Korea at Onnuri English Ministry during her tenure overseas.
In short, Mia is a voice of integrity, advocate for the abused, therapist by trade and preacher by calling, adventurous world traveler, passionate author and controversial blogger, proud daughter, cool sister, favorite aunt, mentor, and friend to many!
Emily Raboteau is the author of a novel, The Professor’s Daughter (Henry Holt, Picador) and a work of creative nonfiction, Searching for Zion (Grove/Atlantic), named one of the “Best Books of 2013” by The Huffington Post and the grand prize winner of the New York Book Festival. She recently visited Antarctica to research her next novel,Endurance, about a shipbuilder and his autistic son. Her fiction and essays have been widely published and anthologized in Best American Short Stories, Best American Non-required Reading, Tin House, The Oxford American, The Guardian, Guernica, The Believer and elsewhere. Honors include a Pushcart Prize, The Chicago Tribune’sNelosn Algren Award, and fellowships from the National Endowment for the Arts, the New York Foundation for the Arts, the Christopher Isherwood Foundation and the Howard Foundation. An avid world traveler, Raboteau resides in New York City and teaches creative writing in Harlem at City College, once known as “the poor man’s Harvard.”
Ashley Northington is an award-winning public relations consultant, entrepreneur, writer and media connoisseur. She is the founder and director of the boutique public relations firm, DENOR Brands & Public Relations.
Ashley has dedicated her professional career to equipping the public with meaningful information thereby empowering them to make informed decisions and advocate for positive change. Her career spans nearly a decade, and includes reporting for The Tennessean, Nashville’s local newspaper; national news reporting for USA Today; election coverage for the Associated Press and multimedia work for The Times in Shreveport, Louisiana.
She has also served at the Louisiana Department of Education as Press Secretary and a Public Information Officer where she spent her time authoring speeches for state and deputy superintendents; coordinating awards presentations; crafting press releases regarding news and key educational initiatives; and fielding questions from media representatives, educators and other stakeholders. Most recently, she served as a Research Analyst, focusing on public education, parks and recreation and civil service issues at the Bureau of Governmental Research in New Orleans.
Through her work with DENOR Brands & Public Relations, Ashley has developed compelling marketing and communications plans for clients in the entertainment, lifestyle, business and public service industries.
Philanthropist. Missionary. Educator. Motivational Speaker. Entrepreneur. Radio Show Host. YoutTube Personality. Writer. Traveler. Lover of Life.
Avery successfully built a name for herself & her company, Think!Kingdom, within the private & faith based sector, she knew is was time to continue her legacy of Philanthropist. Missionary. Educator. Motivational Speaker. Entrepreneur. Radio Show Host. YoutTube Personality. Writer. Traveler. Lover of Life.
She continued her legacy of trailblazing firsts while attending Hampton University and later Norfolk State University. Naturally, when she felt that destiny was pulling her to leave the life she had built behind to embark on a life of overseas travel, she started to blaze a new trail of firsts. With launch of a new company, 1040Global,various charitable programs under her belt ,and an international radio show, ASAI1040 with a listenership of 28,000 and counting, she is ready to continue her life of firsts and succeeding in international territory.
Karen Flynn is an Associate professor in the Department of Gender and Women’s Studies and the Department of African-American Studies Program at the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign. She received her Ph.D. in Women's Studies from York University, Toronto, Ontario, in 2003. Her research interests include migration and travel, Black Canada, health, popular culture, feminist, Diasporic and post-colonial studies. Dr. Flynn’s recent book: Moving Beyond Borders: Black Canadian and Caribbean women in the African Canadian Diaspora is by the University of Toronto Press. Moving Beyond Borders won the Lavinia L. Dock Award from the American Association of the History of Nursing. She is currently working on a second book project that maps the travel itineraries of Blacks across borders, specifically Asia.
In addition to her academic work, Dr. Flynn has published numerous editorials in Share, Canada's largest ethnic newspaper, which serves the Black & Caribbean communities in the Greater Metropolitan Toronto area. She was also a free-lance writer for Canada Extra, and most recently for Swaymag.ca where she wrote passionately about contemporary issues considering issues of race, gender, class, sexuality, age, and nation. Dr. Flynn is currently a Dean’s Fellow for the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, a program geared towards strengthening and expanding the cadre of leaders in the College.
The Women’s Center for Creative Work (WCCW) was founded in 2013 by Katie Bachler, Kate Johnston, and Sarah Williams as a collaboration of Los Angeles-based women engaged in conversations about contemporary feminisms of all kinds.
Through a variety of inclusive programming the WCCW strives to feed a dialogue surrounding feminism, femininity, womanhood and the creative impulse.
Without a permanent space, the WCCW is engaged in a Year Long Laboratory, hosting a nomadic series of workshops and pop-ups, as well as The Women’s Dinner, which is the cornerstone of the WCCW.
Show host: Kara Tomé, GYST Radio Manager, independent curator, and founder of ArtSite Projects.
This week Andrew speaks with Blake Morris. Blake Morris focuses on the production of memories, rather than objects, in order to highlight the transformative nature of art and its importance as something experienced rather than consumed. Morris uses walking as his primary creative and research practice. Projects have included a yearlong exploration of the public works of Robert Moses, which resulted in over 50 walks throughout the NYC area, and the [untitled] Walk Project, a series of walks tha
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A complilation and condensation of James W. Flaming Eagle Mooney's four broadcasts on Time 4 Hemp Radio on behalf of L.E.A.P. a/k/a Law Enforcemant Against Prohibition.
James is a former narcotics officer from Hurricane, Utah and a founder of Olevueha Native American Church.
Who We Are…
…is not as important as what we are doing and why we are doing it. There has been a concerted effort over the last two centuries to destroy the Indigenous American Native Religious Culture. It is sad enough that the lifestyle of living in harmony with Mother Earth and Father Sky by living a nomadic existence in order to not destroy the plants and animals, but harvest them with respect and moderation has been taken away, but the blessings of the Indigenous American Native Religious healing traditions (Oklevueha Native American Church) have been suppressed and taken to the verge of extinction. This Religious tradition uses plants and herbs along with ceremonies to heal body, mind and spirit and assist with the transitions of life that we all experience as opposed to most chemicals that create dependency, and technical approaches that invade and disrespect our very being.
In essence, all of us involved in this effort have spent our lives learning, teaching, assisting and sacrificing in order to preserve and share these healing traditions. Some of us have done so consciously, but many have been prepared by a higher power through the things we have experienced to see and understand the wisdom and blessings of the Indigenous American Native Religious Culture and what the whole world can receive from it if they only will.
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