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This show will bring together authors of Reading in a Participatory Culture (2012) and the complementary digital book Flows of Reading, to discuss what it means to be a reader and writer in an increasingly participatory culture. Both books exemplify an expanded concept of the term "text" and model a new type of reader -- one who reads across different media and understands reading as an act of sharing, deconstructing, and making meaning. We hope to open a conversation about what "counts" as reading and all the kinds of reading we perform in our everyday lives.
FACING THE EMERGING TRUTH, an interview with Chris Corrigan. Part II in our radio series on this powerful group process methodology: The Art of Participatory Leadership!
Chris Corrigan is a process artist, a teacher and a facilitator of social technologies for face to face conversation in the service of emergence. He supports the invitation to collaborate, to organize, to find one another and make a difference in our communities, organizations, and lives. The fundamental human capacities of this era are among the most ancient: invitation and conversation. Join us as we explore who typically shows up, the reason why people respond to this process, and how things unfold.
The essence of what we’re talking about:
Both personal and group capacity for engagement, authentic living and learning, and addressing the emerging momentum of whatever we are involved in or approached with. This is about being as ready for anything as we can be, and developing the capacity to become agile as an individual, and as a group, team, organization, family, or community.
To reach Chris:
Bowen Island, BC, Canada
604 947 9236
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Join me for a complete overview of parts 1, 2 and 3 of THE NEW SCIENCE OF PARTICIPATORY CHRISTIANITY. Why worship JESUS CHRIST when you can join Jesus Christ.
On the Wednesday, April 9th broadcast at 10AM PT/1PM ET our special guest is Danny Sands, MD, Health IT Consultant at Zev Enterprises and Co-Chairman, Co-Founder, and Past-President at Society for Participatory Medicine.
'Danny Sands is passionate about healthcare transformation, non-visit based care, collaboration in healthcare, and participatory medicine. He spent six years at Cisco, most recently as chief medical informatics officer, where he provided both internal and external health IT leadership and helped key customers with business and clinical transformation using IT. Danny’s prior position was chief medical officer for Zix Corporation, a leader in secure e-mail and e-prescribing, and before that he spent 13 years at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center in Boston, where he developed and implemented numerous systems to improve clinical care delivery and patient engagement.
He has earned degrees from Brown University, Ohio State University, Harvard School of Public Health, and trained at Boston City Hospital and Boston’s Beth Israel Hospital. Dr. Sands currently holds an academic appointment at Harvard Medical School and maintains a primary care practice in which he makes extensive use of health IT (much of which he helped to introduce during his tenure at Beth Israel Deaconess).
Sands is the recipient of numerous health IT awards, has been elected to fellowship in both the American College of Physicians and the American College of Medical Informatics, and is a founder and co-chair of the board of the Society for Participatory Medicine.'
Dr Sands co-authored 'Let Patients Help' with ePatient Dave.
Join is for an informative session.
Burning Question: How can we address the longing to be together differently in the new economy? This longing has found a voice and is gaining momentum in individuals and organizations not only in the U.S., but worldwide. In this radio show, we'll speak with Fedor Ovchinnikov, Intercultural Communication Consultant, about his experience with one exemplary network of practitioners and their collective offering: The Art of Participatory Leadership.
After attending a 3 day training and methodology immersion program in 2012, Fedor's life was changed. He'll tell us how and why.
Fedor is an Intercultural Communications and Business consultant and the founder of the Center for Intercultural Communication – a consultancy that helps Russian organizations advance their negotiation strategies in China. A year ago Fedor started a transition from negotiation consulting to participatory-driven process design and facilitation, and he is currently involved in several diverse initiatives ranging from hosting a dynamic self-organizing community of China experts in Russia, to addressing homelessness issues in San Francisco, to developing micro entrepreneurs in Uganda, to bridging the gap between entrepreneurship research and practice across the globe.
E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org LinkedIn profile: www.linkedin.com/in/fovchinnikov/
This week on Third Eye Cinema, join us as we try not to get eaten by trolls!
One of the more unique vocalists we’ve had on the show and hailing from a band equal parts metal and what’s been dubbed “world music”, this man and his bandmates have brewed up a highly unusual potable of the traditional pagan folk of several cultures, black metal style vocals and a cross between any number of underground metal subgenres, with a strong sense of humor and dance or mosh-ability taking primacy.
Following on one of the most entertaining, crowd participatory shows I’ve been to since my days in the punk scene, they’ve released a new album that retains the sound fans have come to know and love while stretching the accepted template and reaching for something new and even more likeable than ever!
Join us for a discussion with the Trollmannen himself, Jostein of Trollfest, only here on Third Eye Cinema!
Week 78 (Sun. Apr. 27): Jostein the Trollmannen of Trollfest
Corrie Siegel is an artist, curator and educator committed to using the arts as a method of personal philosophic exploration and a tool for community building.
Her projects have been profiled in the Los Angeles Times, Mouse Magazine, and Flash Art International. She has partnered with the LA Philharmonic, LA County Museum of Art, Barnsdall Art Center, Armory Center for the Arts, and the Corita Art Center to create and implement cultural educational programming. She is currently a Six Points Fellow.
Her recent project, Star Tours, was a participatory exhibition located within a 16 foot truck, which traveled to sites throughout Los Angeles. Star Tours was a nomadic initiative intended to draw connections between local communities and cross-cultural narratives of the Jewish Diaspora. Her exhibited work referenced cartography, graffiti and Los Angeles iconography to explore identity and place. Visitors were invited to participate in the project in a variety of ways.
Hosted by Kara Tomé, founder of ArtSite Projects
The term "Organic Church" does not refer to a particular model of church. I want to focus on the "church" being a "community of Believers who are mobilized to be trained and equiped to actively engage and empower God's people in the marketplace." This procress should not be FORCED, but should happen "organically" (under the inspiration, leading and guiding of the Holy Spirit.
An organic church is a living, breathing, dynamic, mutually participatory, every-member-functioning, Christ-centered, communal expression of the Body of Christ.
This morning on P2T we are going to discuss the mechanics of the original intent of the church that God intended for us to have. We will be coming out of the Gospel of Matthew Chapter 25!
Mecca Antonia Burns is a founding member of Presence Center for Applied Theatre Arts, which uses drama, music, poetry and film to engage with social issues. Burns leads participatory theatre projects in Virginia, Uganda, Kenya and Spain. She is a Registered Drama Therapist/ Board-Certified Drama Therapy Trainer with an M.A. in Psychology and a B.A. in Psychology and Performing Arts.
Announcing: Third Annual Presence/ Verbs & Vibes "Creative Nonviolence" MLK Day event!
On Monday, January 20th, come to The Bridge Progressive Arts Initiative to celebrate Martin Luther King's legacy through the arts. Starting at 5 o'clock, we will create an atmosphere for art making and poetry writing, with music. This will be sponsored by The Source Expressive Arts Initiative.
As we asked the public last year on MLK Day at Randow Row, "it's Martin Luther King's birthday! What is your gift?"
For more info, email email@example.com, or call 434/973-2387
If you’re like me, I was taught in grade school that the U.S. Constitution was based on ancient Greek democracy. This is quite a stretch, since ancient Greece government was not democratic.
My research into what children are taught today about the origin of our government is also disappointing.
Apparently the founding fathers simply created it out of thin air, or were influenced by European governments. This depute the fact there was no democracy anywhere in Europe at that time.
The truth is that the U.S. Constitution is modeled in both principle and form on the Great Law of Peace of the Native American tribe known as the Iroquois.
This is absolutely, unequivocally historical fact.
In 1987, the United States Senate acknowledged that the Great Law of Peace of the Iroquois Nations served as a model for the Constitution of the United States. (U.S. S. Con. Res. 76, 2 Dec. 1987).
And since the U.S. Constitution was a model for the charter of the United Nations, the Iroquois Great Law of Peace is also a basis of international law.
When the Founding Fathers looked for examples of effective government and human liberty upon which to model a Constitution to unite the thirteen colonies, they found it in the government of the Iroquois Nation.
In the 18th Century, the Iroquois League was the oldest, most highly evolved participatory democracy on Earth.
I find it sad that the true story is still not taught in all our schools. But here it is:
My Guest today is: David Snieckus
Slow Money Principles: Food and Money
We can conclude that we are all spiritual beings having a human experience! From a Macrobiotic Perspective, everything comes from infinity and EVERTHING is energy.
Food is energy that feeds our bodies. Money is energy in the form of a means of exchange. It was actually first invented as an accounting of food, i.e. bushels of grain.
A Presentation on the relationship between food and money, the reality of the current banking and monetary systems, and an exploration of the possibilities for a just and sustainable abundance with community created credit and a participatory, sociocratic decision making process."
Everything is energy
Food is energy - Money is energy
How food is to our bodies as money is to our societies!
The Value and Benefit of this show is that when finished you will know that:
With the understanding of Food and Money,
we can take control of and HAVE POWER
over our health and wealth!
WE PROPOSE An Act Declaring a 10-year Moratorium of Unsecured Debts Owed to Various Financial Institutions by the Homeowners of Massachusetts This Act may be cited as, “The Jubilee Act of 2014 - An immediate moratorium for ten years on foreclosures of any mortgages that are, or ever were, registered at MERS, (Mortgage Electronic Registry Service). And an immediate re-instatement of home-owners to their foreclosed homes initiated by the illegal MERS “power of sale” provision in the mortgage…not mentioned in the mortgage note. Many homeowners of various income levels have been struggling under the burden of debts for many years without realizing the flaw in the system itself and the deception created at closing.
Please go to http://freeamerican.com and www.shop.freeamerican.com to order my books and the new Free American Magazines.
In the countdown to the OGP2012 forum in Brasilia, Tiago Peixoto from the World Bank Institute’s ICT4Gov program discusses the value, opportunities and challenges of participatory budgeting. Tiago also emphasises the escalating impact of mobile technologies to enable a more inclusive participatory budgeting program.
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