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  • 02:03

    INDIGENOUS PEOPLES' VOICE

    in Spirituality

    Doreen Bennett Ngati Tuwharetoa, Ngati Raukawa, Te Arawa and Te Wainuiarua. My life’s work is reflected my belief to restore traditional values, beliefs and practices as the basis for our Maori families to forward in today’s world.  My career objective is to add value to Indigenous people through sharing knowledge and experiences.  This has been an active part of my work since 2011 establishing a Cherokee and Maori network, international cultural exchanges for your youth and education programs.   
    Naku tou rourou, Nau toku rourou, ka ora ai te iwi (with your basket and my basket our peoples will strive)
     Mashu White Feather of the Chickamauga, Ani Gaduwa Tsalagi (Cherokee) and also Osage.  We are Ani Tsisqua (Bird Clan), one of the seven clans that make up the Tsalagi (Cherokee) tribe. I am a retired healthcare professional and have also worked Indigenous education, in the state of Wisconsin, with Baraboo school district and also as Indigenous American Student Advisor at Madison Area Technical College. I also have been lecturing on our people and culture , internationally, for about 45 years.

    Doreen and Mashu are Indigenous Consultants for Two Feathers International.
     

  • 01:08

    A Kind Voice on Movies

    in Movies

    Melancholy is an honest attempt to illustrate the true experience of an individual dealing with a major depressive disorder. It does away with the stereotypes that often plague portrayals of depressed characters in TV and film.  


    The film focuses on one night in the life of Sara, a typical twenty-something going through a severe depressive episode while trying reach out for any kind of catalyst to pull herself free, searching for help through friends, faith, and medication. Through Sara's eyes we see the despair, hopelessness, and fear that can cripple the life of an individual fighting a major depressive disorder. Sara's boyfriend, Graham, provides the perspective of the outsider. He struggles to find some way to help the woman he loves but can't find a way to break Sara out of her cycle of lethargy and depression. The relationship between Sara and Graham demonstrates a common example of the misunderstanding and disconnect between any couple in which one person is suffering from depression. Melancholy explores this disconnect and provides an emotional insight into the struggles of both Sara and Graham.


    Our guest this episode will be Writer/Director Nathan Edwards to talk about this project.


    Check out the Kickstarter campaign for this film here.


    Hosted by William Battle

  • 01:04

    A Kind Voice on Movies

    in Television

    "My Transgender Life" is a TLC documentary which will follows the transition journey of several transgender individuals, shatters myths and spreads awareness.


    Join us as we speak with our guest Delia Gonzales about her journey.


    Check out their Kickstarter campaign here.


    Hosted by William Battle

  • 02:02

    INDIGENOUS PEOPLES' VOICE

    in Spirituality

    Doreen Bennett Ngati Tuwharetoa, Ngati Raukawa, Te Arawa and Te Wainuiarua. My life’s work is reflected my belief to restore traditional values, beliefs and practices as the basis for our Maori families to forward in today’s world.  My career objective is to add value to Indigenous people through sharing knowledge and experiences.  This has been an active part of my work since 2011 establishing a Cherokee and Maori network, international cultural exchanges for your youth and education programs.   
    Naku tou rourou, Nau toku rourou, ka ora ai te iwi (with your basket and my basket our peoples will strive)
     Mashu White Feather of the Chickamauga, Ani Gaduwa Tsalagi (Cherokee) and also Osage.  We are Ani Tsisqua (Bird Clan), one of the seven clans that make up the Tsalagi (Cherokee) tribe. I am a retired healthcare professional and have also worked Indigenous education, in the state of Wisconsin, with Baraboo school district and also as Indigenous American Student Advisor at Madison Area Technical College. I also have been lecturing on our people and culture , internationally, for about 45 years.

    Doreen and Mashu are Indigenous Consultants for Two Feathers International.
     

  • 01:07

    A Kind Voice on Music -Quiana Lynell

    in Music

    This edition of A Kind Voice on Music  features Quiana Lynell, certified southern girl, who infuses her classical training and gospel upbringing with her love for jazz. Embracing her four-octave range, she is able to perform a limitless repertoire.  Her style, Jazz, Classical, Soul and Funk, or as she has coined "Jazzicalsofunk," has been described as nothing you have ever heard. Her personality shines through as she delves into the true meaning of well-known songs and exposes hidden tips and secrets to true happiness.  Captivating the audience with her voice her smile lights the way, as she shares with you her soul through song. Listen in as host, Mitch Ruth asks about her LOVEME initiative, sending a postitive message with music and, if we're lucky, he'll ask the burning question, "Sugar or salt on the grits?"


    Quianna's Webrpage www.quianalynell.com


    Quianna's Kickstarter http://kck.st/1FbJ9Rg


    Quianna on Twitter @quianalynell

  • 02:03

    INDIGENOUS PEOPLES' VOICE

    in Spirituality

    Doreen Bennett Ngati Tuwharetoa, Ngati Raukawa, Te Arawa and Te Wainuiarua. My life’s work is reflected my belief to restore traditional values, beliefs and practices as the basis for our Maori families to forward in today’s world.  My career objective is to add value to Indigenous people through sharing knowledge and experiences.  This has been an active part of my work since 2011 establishing a Cherokee and Maori network, international cultural exchanges for your youth and education programs.   
    Naku tou rourou, Nau toku rourou, ka ora ai te iwi (with your basket and my basket our peoples will strive)
     Mashu White Feather of the Chickamauga, Ani Gaduwa Tsalagi (Cherokee) and also Osage.  We are Ani Tsisqua (Bird Clan), one of the seven clans that make up the Tsalagi (Cherokee) tribe. I am a retired healthcare professional and have also worked Indigenous education, in the state of Wisconsin, with Baraboo school district and also as Indigenous American Student Advisor at Madison Area Technical College. I also have been lecturing on our people and culture , internationally, for about 45 years.

    Doreen and Mashu are Indigenous Consultants for Two Feathers International.
     

  • 01:03

    A Kind Voice on Music featuring Silverbird

    in Indie Music

         Welcome to A Kind Voice on Music.  This musical highlight show shines a spotlight on Silverbird based out of Brooklyn, NY.  This four piece rock group is working with UK producer Kris Harris to perfect the sounds that Tim Barr spent two months in a monastery writing.  A new but strangely comfortable album has followed and now they need your help to KickStart things right.  Hosted by Tyler Wolf.

  • 01:00

    A Kind Voice on Music featuring Laura Walsh

    in Music

         Welcome to A Kind Voice on Music.  This showcase shines a spotlight on Laura Walsh.  Whether owning the big stages or pouring her heart out in the intimate smaller venues, whether she is broadcasted to the mass media through TV and radio interviews or having a conversation over a cup of coffee (green tea for Laura), Laura’s unfailing passion is to connect with her audience in hopes to inspire those she reaches to get involved in their communities.  Hosted by Tyler Wolf.

  • 02:58

    Tony Trupiano: The Voice of the People

    in Politics

    On Wednesday, February 18, 2015 joinng Tony on The Voice of the People are:



    Susan Demas columnist and journalist with M-Live.com and Editor and Publisher of Inside Michigan Politics
    Diego Bonesatti with MichigaUnited.org about the Federal court ruling delayng President Obama's Executive action on immigration
    Amy Humter from eqmipridepac.com as we begin our series on LGBTQ issues, with a special focus on Transgener issues, a conversation long overdue
    Eric Kelly with Clean Water Action Michigan on renewable resources and where Michigan stands in all iof this
    Frank Emspak, founder of the WIN News Network on Scott Walker, Union rights, and mich more
    We will also have time for Open Lines so plan to give us a call


    Join us on air by calling 855-381-8795. Find us on Facebook by searching for Tony Trupiano: The Voice of the People and  AUNAmerica, and on Twitter @tonytrupiano and @aunamerica.

  • 00:58

    WATER & SACRED SITES: Hearing the Voice of Earth with Spiritual Advisor Jyoti

    in Spirituality

    The Earth is speaking to us. Yet, are we listening?

    Water is the essence of life. Water is the blood of the planet, our Pachamama, our mother Earth.

    When our blood is compromised, we humans fall into dis-ease. Why would we expect our planet to respond any differently?

    Jyoti, (Jeneane Prevatt, PhD) is one of the founders of Kayumari, a spiritual healing community located in the Sierra foothills of California, the North Bay of San Francisco, New York, Switzerland, Prague and the Brazillian Amazon. She is the Spiritual Director of the Center for Sacred Studies, a church dedicated to protecting and sustaining the spiritual practices of first-nation peoples around the world. She was one of the original conveners of The International Council of Thirteen Indigenous Grandmothers.

    Jyoti and host, Linda Lombardo speak about the Fukushima disaster and what is being called the death of the Pacific Ocean by scholars and teachers, and, bringing a ray of hope, the Fukusima Solutions project, designed to heal our waters. They talk about what the planet is telling us with the droughts; the receeding waters all over the world.

    Jyoti also shares her vision and work to restore sacred sites worldwide and entrust their care back to the indigenous peoples who revere them, for the sake of healing the Earth, it's energy and all beings.

    Jyoti is an internationally renowned spiritual adviser and psychological consultant. She has devoted her life to bringing unity to the planet by facilitating the development of alliances between individuals who are the guardians of indigenous culture and traditional medicine ways.

  • 02:03

    INDIGENOUS PEOPLES' VOICE

    in Spirituality

    Doreen Bennett Ngati Tuwharetoa, Ngati Raukawa, Te Arawa and Te Wainuiarua. My life’s work is reflected my belief to restore traditional values, beliefs and practices as the basis for our Maori families to forward in today’s world.  My career objective is to add value to Indigenous people through sharing knowledge and experiences.  This has been an active part of my work since 2011 establishing a Cherokee and Maori network, international cultural exchanges for your youth and education programs.   
    Naku tou rourou, Nau toku rourou, ka ora ai te iwi (with your basket and my basket our peoples will strive)
     Mashu White Feather of the Chickamauga, Ani Gaduwa Tsalagi (Cherokee) and also Osage.  We are Ani Tsisqua (Bird Clan), one of the seven clans that make up the Tsalagi (Cherokee) tribe. I am a retired healthcare professional and have also worked Indigenous education, in the state of Wisconsin, with Baraboo school district and also as Indigenous American Student Advisor at Madison Area Technical College. I also have been lecturing on our people and culture , internationally, for about 45 years.

    Doreen and Mashu are Indigenous Consultants for Two Feathers International.
     

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