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Love is a Journey. Do you know where you are going?
You have a unique pathway to a soulful, loving relationship that supports your spiritual evolution.
If you want to find that path, join us in the Coach Cafe' with Relationship Coach and Educator, Sajit Green, M.A.! Her transformational approach to coaching incorporates The Work of Byron Katie, Voice Dialogue Process, body-mind awareness, and expressive arts.
During this hour, Sajit Greene will help you understand your soul’s roadmap and assist you to embrace love’s journey, with your soul as your guide, so your direction will be clear!
Are you hearing a call from your soul? Have you found your life's purpose?
Evolutionary astrology is a powerful tool for getting clear on one's life purpose. It points out the new ways of being that your soul is calling you toward, and it provides insight into the roots of your old patterns that keep you stuck.
Want to learn how to hear and answer the call of your soul? Then listen to the Spiritual Spectra Talk show on August 4th at 12:30pm EST-US! We'll be interviewing Sajit Greene, Evolutionary Astrologer and Soul Guide. Feel free to call in with your questions. Call: (646) 716-9203
Sajit Greene is an Evolutionary Astrologer and Soul Guide with a Master's degree in Dance/Movement Therapy from Naropa University. She worked for many years as a psychotherapist specializing in the treatment of emotional trauma. In her current work, Sajit offers a unique, transformational coaching process that helps people move forward with their soul purpose. With more than 30 years on the spiritual path, Sajit has experience with a wide variety of spiritual practices and embraces a non-dual perspective. In Denver, Colorado, she co-hosted "A Course in Miracles" tv show. Sajit now lives in Taos, New Mexico and works with clients around the globe. You can find her on the web at http://Sajit.net.
The Spiritual Spectra Talk Show’s mission is to promote Spiritual, Emotional & Physical Health to empower all individuals to live a joyful life. To learn more: http://SpiritualSpectraTalkShow.com
ABRUPT CLIMATE CHANGE
Join me and my guest journalist Robert Hunziker to discuss his recent counterpunch article titled, Abrupt Climate Change is Here.
Robert Hunziker (MA, economic history, DePaul University) is a freelance writer and environmental journalist whose articles have been translated into foreign languages and appeared in over 50 journals, magazines, and sites worldwide, like Z Magazine, European Project on Ocean Acidification, Ecosocialism Canada, Climate Himalaya, Counterpunch, Dissident Voice, Comite Valmy, and UK Progressive. He has been interviewed about climate change on Pacifica Radio, KPFK, FM90.7, Indymedia On Air, and the World View Show/UK, as well as Thom Hartmann's Big Picture, and Norman B's Life Elsewhere, 88.5 WMNF and others.
Read Robert's latest article from Counterpunch
Host Cyrus Webb welcomes recording artist Kaso Greene to #ConversationsLIVE to discuss his love of music and what it feels like to release his mixtape TATT MY NAME and see the response to it.
Last week an oil train carrying explosive Bakken crude derailed and caught fire in Fayette County, West Virginia. Forty-eight hours earlier, on Saturday, an oil train carrying toxic Alberta tar sands derailed and spilled in Ontario, Canada.
Todd Paglia, Forest Ethics executive director, released the following statement:“Oil trains are simply too dangerous for the rails. Whether it is explosive Bakken crude or toxic Alberta tar sands this extreme oil cannot be transported safely by train. Twenty-five million Americans live in the blast zone and nearly everyone else lives downstream of an oil train route.
Matt Krogh is the Director, Extreme Oil Campaign for Forest Ethics
With over 12 years experience in nonprofit work and advocacy, Matt joined ForestEthics in August 2013 to direct a new campaign targeting tar sands on the West Coast of North America, Tar Sands SOS. Most recently as the North Sound Baykeeper at RE Sources for Sustainable Communities in Bellingham, Washington, Matt has spent the last three years fighting against Gateway Pacific and other proposed coal terminals on the West Coast. As a freelancer, he and his father co-authored a book on integrity and principle-based decision making—both critical components of effective advocacy.
Climate Action With Russell Greene
Understanding the Fifth UN IPCC Predicament and Response
The Fifth Assessment Report (AR5) of the United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) was finalized in 2014.
Join me with my guest Atmospheric Scientist Peter Kalmus this Sunday to discuss what the report tells us and how we each may choose to respond.
Peter Kalmus is an atmospheric scientist studying the role of clouds in global warming. After graduating from Harvard with a physics degree, he worked for four years as a computer programmer on Wall Street before returning to science and earning his PhD in physics from Columbia University. After five years as an astrophysicist at Caltech, he switched fields into atmospheric science.
Being the father of two young boys motivates him to explore how we can appropriately respond -- as individuals -- to the massive problem of global warming. One of the many things he's done is to almost completely stop burning fossil fuels himself, by examining his own life and replacing fossil-fueled activities with bicycling, driving on veggie oil, remote participation in meetings, and a fossil-fuel-free diet. He calls this ongoing process of self-examination and self-change "be-cycling," and he says it makes him happier.
Nancy Mills joins the show to talk about her women's empowerment community: "Spirited Woman." She'll be sharing the story of the Sisterhood of the Sacred Scarves as well!
In the second half of the show, NYC Actor Lester Greene will talk abou this new book "Getting Your Act Together."
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Want to ask Nancy or Lester a question? Call 323 657-1493! FYI: Nancy is NOT an intuitive, but if you have questions about empowering women - call to ask her your questions!
Russell's guests are Rev. Lennox Yearwood and RL Miller.
Rev. Lennox Yearwood Jr., President and CEO of the Hip Hop Caucus, is a minister, community activist and one of the most influential people in Hip Hop political life. He works tirelessly to encourage the Hip Hop generation to utilize its political and social voice.
In 2010 he was named one of the 100 most powerful African Americans by Ebony Magazine, and one of the 10 Game Changers in the Green movement by the Huffington Post. In 2008, Rev Yearwood created the Hip Hop Caucus’ “Respect My Vote!” campaign with celebrity spokespeople T.I. and Keyshia Cole, which turned out record numbers of young people on Election Day.
RL Miller blogs on climate; founded SuperPAC Climate Hawks Vote to elect - and hold accountable - politicians who prioritize the climate challenge; is elected chair of California Democratic Party’s Environmental Caucus; and practices law and keeps chickens. Climate Hawks Vote hatched in June 2014, made 17 endorsements in primaries and general election races in 2014, and won at least 10 - a very positive record made possible through its emphasis on fieldwork rather than big-spending ads.
People Demanding Action (PDA) Climate Radio with Russell Greene
Join Russell and Dr. Gwynne Taraska as they discuss the objectives and potential for the climate summit in Lima, Peru. Russell and Professor Isabella Velicogna will also discuss the melting glaciers in West Antarctica. Then, Steve Andrews will join Russell to discuss big-energy-picture issues.
Dr. Gwynne Taraska--Senior Policy Advisor, Center for American Progress--specializes in U.S. and international climate and energy policy for American Progress. She is also the research director of the Institute for Philosophy and Public Policy at George Mason University. Dr. Taraska has expertise in natural gas issues, including the climate implications of LNG exports and the use of natural gas in the U.S. electricity sector. She also has expertise in international climate negotiations and recently has focused on market mechanisms for climate adaptation. She earned a Ph.D. from the University of Washington.
Prof. Isabella Velicogna--Associate Professor, Earth System Science, University of California, Irvine, School of Physical Sciences--is a Senior Scientist with NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory. Prof. Velicogna has also been an Adjunct Professor, Cooperative Institute for Research in Environmental Science (CIRES), University of Colorado and an Adjunct Professor, National Institute of Oceanography and Experimental Geophysics. She earned a Ph.D. from the University of Trieste, Italy, 1999, in Applied Geophysics.
Steve Andrews co-founded the Association for the Study of Peak Oil-USA (ASPO-USA), a non-profit, non-partisan education organization. He has been publicly speaking about big-energy-picture issues since 1996. He advised utilities, builders, architects, home owners, cities, state agencies, and public TV. He taught university-level classes, wrote 400 articles, columns, and technical reports for Dept. of Energy, etc
Lester Greene was born in Germany and raised in Texas by a military father and a stay-at-home mother. In his younger days, Lester always enjoyed playing sports competitively, until he quickly developed a knack for writing and rapping. Always a natural behind the microphone, it was only a matter of time before he made the transition to acting.
With very little training, Lester has already worked with some powerhouse directors: Phil Allocco, Eric McGinty, Scott Chinn Ben Baker, Kevin Baggott, to name a few.
He has also written and produced songs for IBM and a few feature films. Currently, Lester just completed commercial campaigns for ESPN, NFL, LOGO, and M&T Bank.
Lester just completed and released his first book: "Getting Your Act Together," and he just finished shooting two feature films: "Mad Full of Dreams" (by Kevin Baggott) and "Life is Too Short (by Antoine Allen).
Climate Action With Russell Greene.
This week, Russell welcomes:
Gwynne Taraska of the Center for American Progress who joined us last week from Lima, Peru as the Conference of Parties was set to begin. She’ll join us again this Sunday to discuss the outcomes. Gwynne has expertise in natural gas issues, including the climate implications of LNG exports and the use of natural gas in the U.S. electricity sector. She also has expertise in international climate negotiations and recently has focused on market mechanisms for climate adaptation. She has a Ph.D. from the University of Washington, where she specialized in non-classical logics.
L. Hunter Lovins is an award winning voice in sustainable business and regenerative economics. Can business be part of the solution to the climate crisis? Hunter is President of Natural Capitalism Solutions (NCS) a Colorado non-profit that educates senior decision makers in the business case for a Regenerative Economy. Trained as a sociologist and lawyer (JD), Hunter is a professor of sustainable business management at Bard College, and Denver University; and the chief insurgent of the Madrone Project. Named a Master at the Chinese De Tao Academy, she recently helped launch the Institute for Green Investment in Shanghai.
Emily Wurth, Food and Water Watch's Water Program Director. She's a regular participant at PDA's Progressive Round Tables in Washington, DC. She will discuss Rep. Mark Pocan's new legislation to protect public lands from fracking. Emily conducts research and promotes policies at the local, state and federal level to help protect the nation’s water systems as public assets, and to safeguard the country’s water resources. Emily has a B.A. in international studies and a Master of Public Health degree from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. She can be reached at ewurth(at)fwwatch(dot)org.
Wake Up Everybody! Tonight's episode is "Unity in the Community", a conversation on youth gun violence with guests Sean Pryor, Founder of Guns Down and Andre T. Mitchell, Founder/Executive Director of Man Up! Inc.
It is no secret that there is a crisis of youth gun violence in our communities across this country. On average, 33,000 Americans are killed with guns each year, and the burden of this violence falls disproportionately on young people: 54 percent of people murdered with guns in 2010 were under the age of 30.
What can we do about it? Who should we hold accountable? What are some solutions and strategies to prevent gun violence and the destruction of our communities? How can we become a part of the solution instead of sitting on the sidelines complaining and being only a part of the problem? How do we call for unity in the community on this issue?