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  • 02:00

    Charles International House Music 2-4pm EST Saturdays

    in Radio

    Charles Berrin is the RDJ of Charles International House Music radio program that showcases and features DJs from around the world playing all the best of HOUSE MUSIC -- Techno, Tribal, Euro, Vocal, Jazz, Ethnic, Progressive, Deep, Minimal, Funky, Soulful, Gospel and more.  Each Saturday from 2 to 4pm (EST) broadcasting from Washington, DC, USA.

  • 00:45

    GYST DO IT! With Amanda Katz of Katz's Deli

    in Art

    Artist and poet Amanda Katz is expanding the term "artist residency" through innovative approaches to collaborative projects.


    Katz’s Deli is a micro-residency and discussion-based exhibition program led by the artist out of her Los Angeles studio. Invited artists write contracts with Katz’s Deli to delineate the needs of their project and explore the limits of collaborative practice. As a site to realize and discuss temporary projects, programming is focused on installation, performance, and participatory works. 


    Each iteration culminates in a Saturday brunch opening, and attendees are asked to bring a text for exchange with one another and inclusion in the Katz’s Deli Archive.  


    www.katzsdeli.org  


     


    GYST DO IT! is hosted by independent curator Kara Tomé for GYST-Ink.


    GYST-Ink is an artist-run company providing resources, technology and solutions created by artists for artists. Our mission is to support arts professionals  with an integrated program of software, services and information in order to keep artists working. GYST–Ink is dedicated to empowering and educating artists so that they can develop sustainable and successful careers on their own terms.


    www.gyst-ink.com 

  • 01:20

    Chief Langley Lectures on Indian Slavery, Colonialism and Colonial Slave Trade

    in Education

    Slavery had virtually disappeared in Western Europe by the 1500s and it looked to be dying where it existed. Only Spain and Portugal still practiced slavery and in a turn of irony, these were the two countries that led the colonizing effort in the Americas, almost ensuring that slavery would be transported from Europe to the New World.

  • 00:29

    A Day in the Life of ACH president and vice dean Jonathan M. Ellen, M.D.

    in Business

    Join us as our host, Carol McDaniel, sits down with guest Jonathan M. Ellen, M.D., president and vice dean of All Children's Hospital Johns Hopkins Medicine. Dr. Ellen is leading the transformation of All Children's from a regional pediatric referral center to an academic children's hospital and national leader in research, teaching and patient care. 

    Under his visionary leadership, All Children’s Hospital Johns Hopkins Medicine launched an innovative new pediatric residency program and new fellowships, established the Johns Hopkins All Children’s Heart Institute and expanded programs dedicated to patient safety and quality. He forged collaborations among physicians at All Children’s Hospital in St. Petersburg and the Johns Hopkins Children’s Center in Baltimore, leading to new clinical and translational research spanning both campuses. 

    Dr. Ellen joined the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine in 1999. He was named vice dean for All Children’s Hospital in 2011 and president of All Children’s Hospital in 2012. 

    Dr. Ellen lives in St. Petersburg, FL and enjoys all that the Sunshine State has to offer. He and his wife have a son and daughter. 

    To learn more about Dr. Jonathan M. Ellen and his leadership of All Children's Hospital Johns Hopkins Medicine, tune in Wednesday, May 6 at 12:30 p.m. EST. Remember to follow the backchannel on twitter! #ACHRadio

  • 00:31

    Big Tobacco and The Pickers

    in Music

    BIG TOBACCO AND THE PICKERS  New Album "The King Is Gone" will be released May 12, 2015.


    Since 2008, Big Tobacco and The Pickers have been bringing their unique brand of traditional country to bar rooms, taverns, halls and festivals around Ontario. Their ongoing monthly residency at Toronto roots institution The Cameron House has gained them a loyal following of country music fans. Regular appearances at legendary rooms like The Dakota Tavern and The Cadillac Lounge have helped develop their gritty live show into what it is today - a glimpse back at the golden age of country music. Their renditions of the classics, along with traditional sounding original material, will make you and your friends want to dance all night & drink too much. From the rich tones of the pedal steel, to the hot licks of the Fender Telecaster, Big Tobacco and the Pickers deliver a new brand of country music, true to old school tradition.


     

  • 00:59

    Chief Langley Lectures on Spirituality, Breathing and Daily Diet.

    in Education

    There are many benefits to applied breathing techniques such as improved relaxation, detoxing your lymphatic system, and building rhythm when exercising. Similarly to the way isometrics or static contraction training works for your muscles, the long breath diet will work for your body, giving you the little extra you need to lose weight. We are what we eat. Our thoughts often dictate our behavior.  The study of genealogy can and will bring spritual healing if it is taugh correctly.whatever your ancestor are, there thoughts and diets are in your dna. 

  • 00:59

    power of perception coaching with Beau Chatham

    in Spirituality

    My name is Beau Chatham and I am a Master Coach with The Burris Institute.I am also the CEO & Tribal Leader of Warrior Life Coach, an Atlanta, GA-based executive coaching practice, where I work with business professionals, athletes, and combat veterans.A little bit about my background – I was a commissioned Infantry officer in the United States Army.  I am Airborne Ranger qualified, saw ground combat in Grenada during Operation Urgent Fury, and served in numerous other command and training positions.I left military service after 10 years and found myself in the world of biotech and pharmaceutical commercialization, where I marketed injection and oral drug therapies. I also served as a corporate trainer, where I conducted and coordinated medical education programs for sales representative, focusing in the areas of anatomy, physiology, and disease state management.  My areas of teaching were in cardiovascular and neurological disorders.  It was here, that I was first introduced to the concept of Evidence-Based therapies and how important they are in gaining measurable outcomes.   This is what ultimately led me to finding The Burris Institute methods of coaching. remember following the country’s combat actions of post 9-11, not from the newspaper or the talking heads on the TV, but rather through medical journals.  Of particular note, I recall the longitudinal studies of Dr Charles Hoge published October of 2004, in the New England Journal of Medicine that addressed the growing mental health burden being produced from extended combat operations.As a warrior and medical educator, I knew that I wanted to help our returning combat veterans, so I started looking in to life skills coaching.  The problem was that so many of the life coaching schools insisted that coaching was for “healthy” people and that the emotional states of fear, guilt, and anger were best suited for psychiatry.


     

  • 01:00

    20 Things We Have Learned About Marriage That You Need To Know - Part 4

    in Romance

    On today's telecast of the Inner Discovery Hour with Greg & Cheryl, we will complete the month of April the 20 Things We Have Learned About Marriage That You Need To Know. We will share the final five (5) things (#16 - #20) and we will give some insight into what we do to have a lasting relationship. There are up and downs with anything that you will experience in LIFE but it is up to you to GROW THE RIGHT THINGS and those that might not work, how to LET THOSE THINGS GO! We appreciate you taking the time to share with us and you can always follow us on Faceboook: The Couple Motivators and subscribe to our YouTube Channel: The Couple Motivators! Breathe Life Daily! MC/NE!

  • 01:44

    TRIBAL ECONOMICS: Traditional vs. Modern w/ Jaime O Perez, Mixteca Medicine Man

    in Religion

    Prerecorded... 


    "Tribal Economics 101" is our second interview with Mixteca Medicine Man, ceremonialist, author and (most recently) Congressional Candidate Jaime O. Perez. (Facebook)(Blog) of El Paso, Texas.


    Jaime says: "Members of the Sun Circle Community, We Honor Our Ancestors And Our Grandfathers And Grandmothers; That Beliefs Evolve; That Fire Is The Symbol And Manifest Reality Of The Memory Of Our Ancestors; That Fire Was Handed Down To Us As A Ritual Practice By Our Ancestors; That We Demonstrate Love For Our Ancestors When We Hold Place Around The Fire And Honor Its Warmth and Energy In Our Ceremonies; We Honor Our Ancestors When We Establish Guardians For The People And The Fire; When All Men And Women Hold Their Place In Ceremony And All Cultural Practices, Rituals, Quests and Pilgrimages; When We Honor A Balance Of Male And Female; When We Honor Our Tradition By Consistent Words And Deeds; and Participate In The Civic, Cultural, Traditional, Social And Political Life Of Our Community."

  • 02:39

    The Helios Biblios Hour special guest Queen chief Warhorse of the Chahta Tribe

    in Current Events

    Queen Chief Elwin Warhorse Gillum is the Queen of Tchefuncta Nation and the Chief of the Chahta Tribe. As appointed by the 365 Elders (Blood Members) of the Tribe, she was appointed the Chief of the Tribe in 1998.took the throne of the Nation in 2009, when she brought the Nation out of exil.Prior to becoming the Tribal Chief, Chief Warhorse was a civil rights leader and served under the leadership of Dr. Joseph E. Lowery and the late Dr. Avery Alexander and numerous other Civil and Human rights leaders. She was a Southern Christian Leadership Conference (SCLC) national board member for 10 years and led the SCLC. She organized, implemented and participated in Civil Rights marches in the Southeast United States and worked on national and international projects. She has been an active civil and human rights advocate, educating others on the damage of the eugenics movement and racial integrity, and how to overcome and combat their effects.In 1980, 1990, 2000 and 2010, she worked with the U.S. Department of Commerce, Census Bureau on census representation in the American Indian Community. She worked countless volunteer hours, trained bureau staff and worked with the community to ensure representation. For her efforts, she received an award. In the 1990s Queen Chief Warhorse was presented with a Humanitarian Award by W.D. Mohammad, a Muslim leader, for her work as a Christian leader in the Muslim Community. In 1991, she created and developed the first minority/majority district in St. Tammany Parish to create a voter’s block for better representation.In 2000, under President Clinton’s Administration, Queen Chief Warhorse was appointed as a member to the African Summit with a focus on minority issues. In 2004, she founded “Save the Chahta Indian Tribe," a nonprofit organization.In 2005, Chief Warhorse was featured in Jet Magazines Tribal tribute for her work in Civil Rights as an SCLC national board member and leader.

  • 00:31

    Nicole Matthews, MIWSAC 9th Annual Conference Against Sexual Violence & Abuse

    in Culture

    Fast Horse Productions' The Martha Fast Horse Show


    Special Guest: Nicole Matthews (White Earth Band of Ojibwe), Executive Director, Minnesota Indian Women's Sexual Assault Coalition.


    Show Topic: "Using Media To Spark Fire' @ MIWSAC's 9th Annual Conference Against Sexual Violence & Abuse."


    There is still time to register for our 9th Annual MIWSAC Conference in Walker, MN. APRIL 8, 9,10, 2015 at the Northern Lights Casino! Its FREE, fun, and we'll have a self care carnival on Wednesday evening, and a pow-wow to honor survivors of domestic and sexual violence on Thursday night.


    The Minnesota Indian Women’s Sexual Assault Coalition (MIWSAC) is a statewide tribal coalition with individual and program membership from across the state.


    The membership is comprised of American Indian and Alaska Native women and allies who bring with them extensive cultural knowledge and long histories of working in sexual assault and/or domestic violence programs. It is their effort and dedication that propel us forward as we work to end sexual violence in our communities. MIWSAC strives to reclaim the traditional values that honor the sovereignty of our women and children by incorporating culture and spirituality into every aspect of program operations.

    Featured Song: "Miss Minnesota Savannah Cole sings "Somebody to Love" by Queen. 


    Producer/Host: Martha Fast Horse (Rosebud Lakota). Producer/CoHost: C.w. Bearshield (Sicangu Lakota). Engineer/Talent: Brian Curski (Minnesotan).


    Aired Sunday 4/5/15 at 5:30 a.m. CDT on KQRS, 93X, and 105theTicket.

    Streaming Sunday 5/3/15 on BlogTalk Radio.