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#TChat Radio is all new on Tuesday, March 5, 2013, at 7:30 pm ET (4:30 pm PT). We've all seen what polarization can do to a community and country. Extreme polarization hobbles our ability to improve processes and social ills, to progress at a global business leader, to just plain get things done. According to our guest this week, Jesse Lyn Stoner (@JesseLynStoner), collaboration is the remedy for polarization. "Collaboration is not about giving up your individuality. In fact, successf
A panel of experienced community bridge builder facilitators takes up the subject of what we, as citizens, can do to move beyond polarization in the U.S.A. Hosted by New Horizons New Horizons Small “Zones of Peace” Executive Director and Founder, Anastasia Rosen-Jones. (See Anastasia The Storyteller.) The panelists and subsequent discussion, including audience call-ins, builds its theme upon Ms. Rosen-Jones’s Overcoming Polarization address as presented on Wednesday, December
(Program rescheduled from Thursday, April 18 due to Blog Talk Radio tech outage.) Clinical psychologist, Dr. Robert Brink, talks with Anastasia and Jack about his explorations and discoveries.
Dr. Brink's avid interest in seeking alternatives to ordinary challenges, especially in the areas of personal health and healing and societal health versus dysfunction,has prompted him to question commonly accepted beliefs.
With two award winning documentaries to his credit, Bob offers his mind expanding perspectives to our audience of listeners up against the backdrop of the Possible Society In Motion Show's base theme, overcoming polarization.
Visit Dr. Brink's web site at: MINDEXPANDINGvideo
Show host, New Horizons Small “Zones of Peace” Executive Director and Founder, Anastasia Rosen-Jones expands on the opening show conversation with panelists on what we, as citizens, can do to move beyond polarization in the U.S.A. Once again, building on Ms. Rosen-Jones’s Overcoming Polarization address, as presented on Wednesday, December 12, 2012 at Hood College, Anastasia, now, moves further into one of the critical aspects of our polarization problems, the personal
Voter Polarization and Voter Suppression - the battle for 4 Million votes is casting CIVILITY to the wind. According to pollster Frank Luntz, most Americans have set their flag for a presidential candidate, so the billions about to be spent is for the benefit of 4 million undecided voters in eight battleground states.
"The Middle Ground" covers a variety of topics from both the left and right. Co-hosted by award-winning filmmaker Eric Byler and political author Michael Charney, the show airs every Tuesday 8-9 PM EST/5-6 PM PST. Our guest for the June 12th show is Douglas Noll, author of the book Elusive Peace. After a successful 22 year trial career, Doug decided that litigation was a wasteful way to resolve conflicts. So, he went back to school and earned his Masters Degree in
For all the Saints, who from their labors rest.
Today, we celebrate the reason there is a Halloween. It is the day we honor Christian martyrs far and wide, now and long ago. We honor the heroes of faith and virtue, not because they got it right, but because they got it wrong the right way. We honor all of those in heaven who pray for us with all of their might and, without whose constant prayers, we would be in much worse shape than we are now.
In tonight's service, Bishop Rake discusses first the reason we venerate the Saints and why to do so does not detract from the work of Jesus. In fact, it helps our relationship with God in many ways.
Also, we will hear the amazing Sermon on the Mount, one of the most radical theological statements of its kind. In it, Jesus lays out principals that are required for peace. But we don't have peace because the world is strangled with spiritual arrogance. In this very timely sermon and apologetic, award-winning preacher, theologian, and lecturer, the Rev. Bishop Kristina Rake, will talk about the attitude of spiritual self-righteousness, whether found in conservative Christians or atheists. Bishop talks about why it is that intellectual and spiritual arrogance has taken hold of the world, where it comes from, and how to answer it, in yourself and others. You will NOT want to miss this episode as it is vital in today’s day and age to deal with the polarization of ALL discourse.
Come, for now is the time for worship!
Photos: Ben Parker
On May 10, 2013 Ríos Montt was found guilty of overseeing acts of genocide and war crimes against Guatemala’s Ixil Mayan population in 1982 and 1983. The landmark trial marked the first time a former head of state had been tried for genocide by his country's own judicial system, and was considered a key step in addressing impunity for crimes of the past. The guilty verdict was annulled 10 days later by the Constitutional Court on questionable legal grounds.
Last week the Constitutional Court issued a ruling on Oct. 22 asking lower courts to reconsider Rios Montt’s right to protection under a defunct 1986 amnesty law.
Is the Guatemalan Constitutional Court's decision impeding justice in Guatemala? What is the longer-term impact of this decision? Is it furthering impunity and social polarization in the country and a much needed reckoning with its past?
Guests on our show:
Jo-Marie Burt teaches political science at George Mason University, where she is also director of Latin American Studies and Co-director of the Center for Global Studies. She is also a Senior Fellow at the Washington Office on Latin America (WOLA), where she conducts research and writes commentaries on human rights and transitional justice issues in the region.
Kathryn Johnson is Assistant Director at Guatemala Human Rights Commission. She is an experienced researcher, advocate and master of public administration with proven ability to conduct accurate policy analysis, produce high quality reports for diverse audiences, and effectively communicate policy options as well as extensive international experience and a strong academic background in issues of international trade and development and fluency in Spanish.
In this SPECIAL EDITION broadcast, we are joined again by 2008 Presidential Candidate Dr. Chuck Baldwin. We discuss the media polarization and distortion in regard to economics and politics. We also cover the controversial battle over raising the debt ceiling, Obamacare, & the House of Representatives decisions regarding money. Chuck and I talk about how bailouts & financial stimuli do not fix the economy, but are merely temporary solutions to a long term problem.
Over the past three weeks, Americans and even the world was held hostage by both sides of the politcial divide. Trust in government is at an all time low, while the polarization of party, class and even race gets deeper and wider. The rift, in a traditional sense may be too big to span ever again, based on current models. So where do we go? What do we do? How can we become more empowered, while putting an end to fiscal and metaphysical extortion?
On today's FARcast, I'll be speaking with two, cutting edge thinkers around the concept of new, economic models and paradigms.
In the first hour, I'll be joined by Michael Tellinger. Many people are familiar with Michael's discoveries around megalitths and mounds in South Africa. But Michael is also hard at work in bringing the concept of "Ubuntu" to the world. Ubuntu is a contribution based, social-economic model.
We'll find out more about "Ubunu" and how it cane become a useful alternative to our current, economic models.
In the second hour, noted author, teacher and social theorist Charles Eisenstien ("Sacred Economics," "The Ascnet Of Humanity" and "The Yoga Of Eating") chimes in on our current economic crisis and basically says that it's a spiritual one ahd that we are in a cycle of continued breakdown and entropic decline.
Please join us for two hours of enlightened conversation with two briliant minds of our time.
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