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Join Dr Culbreth and Mrs. A'mera Frieman for a discussion on Colorism, Solidarity and Race Relations: Embracing Diversity in the Millennium Topics include: Colorism Interracial Marriage Stereotypes, Prejudice and Racism Social & Identity Issues Race Relations, The Diversity Gap Unity and Solidarity in the Millennium Embracing Cultures Moving forward
In this virtual roundtable organized by me, Kathryn Buford, and Suey Park, we invited women of color to discuss coming together to consider #solidarity and feminisms across communities of color, as well as recent issues and challenges we face as women of color dealing with racism, colorism, classism, sexism, heterosexism/homophobia, and transphobia. What does solidarity mean to us, and what does feminism mean to us? How do we build a united front ready and able to support each other acros
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I riff briefly on the so called supreme, so called court's decision on buying elections.
Instead of just complaining abou it, considering that we know it was going to happen anyway, I submit what I honestly think is a logical fight against it.
Then we go into our freethought conversation with Phoenie Loco.
After that I riff about my idea for an episode on respectablility politics aimed directly at women.
They Were Preppers
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In the pantheon of American labor history there is a very special place for Ralph Chaplin, the man and his work. As the poet laureate of the Industrial Workers of the World (IWW), he is probably remembered best for giving organized labor its fighting them song, Solidarity Forever. But to those of us who were privileged to work with him at the Washington State Historical Society during the last few years of his life, Ralph Chaplin will always be honored for more, much more.
Join us for the reading of this article Solidarity Forever and the song. History that changed the future!
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RevKess and Zaracon bring you the news from the Global Pagan community and a PAgan perspective on mainstream news coverage.
In this edition your hosts will talk about Pagan Solidarity and the recent announcement of a prominent Pagan blogger giving up the label of "Pagan".
We will enjoy great music. We will explore what makes the human race great when we rise above the mundane by embracing love, solidarity and unity through compassion towards each other. We will highlight great leaders of the 21st century and the millenium who exemplify sacrafice to help their fellow humanity. Let us rise above the hatred and greed of a few. There is so much more wonderful good that is in the hearts and souls of humanity when touched ignites the wonderous power of the univer
ution of the homeless in Saint Petersburg, Fl, police brutality, etc. Bruce is a local activist, a old friend of mine, who I attended a event with recently to show solidarity with the homeless of Williams Park, downtown St Peter, Fl. He will also tell us about the plans for the May 1st march for the international labor day.
Listen to this week's special edition of the Pan-African Journal hosted by Abayomi Azikiwe, editor of the Pan-African News Wire.
Listen to this special worldwide radio broadcast of the Pan-African Journal hosted by Abayomi Azikiwe, editor of the Pan-African News Wire.
Preshona Ambrita Ghose is an activist and student of Life learning from the experiences of people around her and the lost stories of the Ancestors. An educator and activist and one of the co-founders of the One Love movement, Preshona dreams of uniting the community in compassion and consciousness of one another and the lost ancestral heritage of cultures of color. Determined to inspire the solidarity of the world around the Earth and the indigenous.
Fellow activists from DC and the west coast who she was still connected with (siblings in the struggle) began gravitating to the same concept at the same time...adding their two sense and reflection on what it should include.
This birthed the One Love movement, which started as a bimonthly community gathering or village circle with positive performances, short film and forum on monthly divisive issues, and flea market to Love homeschool co-op: I am Sun. Preshona continues to collaborate and build with, as she puts it, anyone who is trying to uplifpt the community, and continues to educate people on the indigenous methods and perspectives of cultures of color. *methods, history, and perspectives
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(124) Boots and Hooves with Gary Kempiak Founder
Back in March 2014 I did another show dealing with using Horses to help treat veterans with a variety of issues. Somehow I came across the Boots and Hooves website and again my interest was piqued and so I contacted Gary Kempiak
one of the three Founders, now we have a show.
The mission of this new program is to support all military personal, regardless of branch, and veterans in pinpointing many different social, emotional, and personal attributes in order to sail through life and establish well-being, tolerance, and solidarity. Boots & Hooves was formed to provide healing and establish a positive view of the future.
Boots & Hooves is a non-profit organization (pending) that focuses on Equine Assisted Psychotherapy (EAP) partnered with military personnel. This program was designed to promote overall wellbeing and establish an improved understanding of health, teamwork, and wellness.
Equine Assisted Psychotherapy (EAP) is considered experiential in nature; this means that each person who goes through this program takes away something different. They learn what works for their life and the lives of their family. Through EAP research, many benefits have been noted including, but not limited to, providing a format in dealing with and controlling Post Traumatic Stress Disorder