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Join Host Daniel Michael and Hostess Genise as we talk to a young ,award winning independent film maker Monica Zinn!!!http://www.indiegogo.com/self-inflicted
Monica is best known for her film "Perfection" and she is working on her new project "Self Inflicted".
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ALOHA! Welcome to the ShowTour Network Radio Show Live episode with DJ REB and featured guests Rusty Zinn & Angela Visit RustyReggae.com Mahalo/thanks for tuning in! ShowTour Network Radio Show showtour.net showtour.wordpress.com blogtalkradio.com/showtour facebook.com/showtournetwork facebook.com/showtour twitter.com/showtournetwork firstname.lastname@example.org If you'd like to schedule a day to be a featured guest, call the ShowTour Network Radio Studio 206.317.2274 STAY CONSCIOUS & CONNECTED!
It would take a massive, multinational effort to defeat Hitler, Mussolini, and Imperial Japan, and cost tens of millions of lives.
Mussolini, seeking an "Italian Empire" in Africa, threw his army and air force against Ethiopia in October 1935. Fascist planes bombed and dropped poison gas on villages. Emperor Haile Selassie turned to the League of Nations and speaking in his native Amharic described fascist air and chemical attacks on a people "without arms, without resources."
In the United States some 2,800 young men and women of different races and backgrounds formed the "Abraham Lincoln Brigade." Seamen and students, farmers and professors, they hoped that their bravery could turn the tide, or at last alert the world to the fascist drive for world domination. Most made their way to Spain illegally as "tourists" visiting France.
William Loren Katz is the author of Black Indians: A Hidden Heritage, The Lincoln Brigade: A Picture History (with Marc Crawford), and 40 other books on African American history, including many for young adults. His website is www.williamlkatz.com. This article is part of the Zinn Education Project If We Knew Our History series.
Today's guest Dr. Martin Blank had technology isssues and was not able to call in. He will be on again on May 5th at 9 30 am, pst. Today I went over Dr. Blanks book OverPowered, just a bit. I want to wait to have him on to talk in depth. I also went over some of my favorite teachers. Dr. Goswami, Dr. Siegel, Dr. Zinn, Dr. Richardson and Charles Eisenstein. I actually really enjoyed my half an hour chat! If I had a co-host I would have carried on. Hope you enjoy the mini show! Peace out, Andrea
Join me Monday, March 31st at 6 p.m. Pacific/9 Eastern on Radio Enso. My guest will doctor, coach, and wellness innovator Elise Bialylew, who joins us to talk about Mindful in May, a month-long global meditation challenge for a cause. Dr. Bialylew has combined her passion for community with her professional expertise in the field of psychiatry, coaching, and mindfulness to create this transformative experience.
About Mindful in May: What if you could find more focus, clarity and effectiveness in daily life by learning a 10 minute mindfulness technique and at the same time have a positive impact in the world? Mindful in May is for beginners and more experienced meditators. It aims to bring the benefits of meditation to you, whilst improving the lives of others. The funds raised during Mindful in May (MIM) will be donated to Charity Water, a not for profit organisation that builds clean water wells in the developing world.
About Dr Elise Bialylew: Elise Bialylew, doctor, coach and wellness innovator, will be your mindful guide this May. She has combined her passion for community, with her professional expertise in the field of psychiatry, coaching and mindfulness to create Mindful in May. She is a mindfulness meditation teacher and coach, having attended retreats and seminars with leaders in the field including Jon Kabat-Zinn. She is passionate about using technology to create conscious communities that can make positive change in the world. She thrives on making ideas happen and supporting people and organisations in reaching their highest creative potential..
For more about Mindful in May, visit www.mindfulinmay.org.
This show is dedicated to USMC GySgt Brandon McGraw, 33 killed in a parachuting accident December 14, 2013
Defending the Republic with Annie "The Radio Chick" and "Cool" Mike is an ongoing discussion of recent events, issues and the upcoming elections.
Guest: Chuck Morse, who is known for his free-wheeling and insightful intellectual style, was named to the list of Heavy 100 Radio Talk Show Hosts by Talkers Magazine, and as the National Right to Work Committee Communicator of the Year in 2003.
"I have developed a reputation for inviting guests who express opinions on all sides of issues. My guests have included over the years such diverse thinkers as Pat Buchanan, Jack Kemp, Pete Peterson, Caspar Weinburger, Noam Chomsky, Howard Zinn, Gloria Steinum, Alan Dershowitz and Geraldo Riviera. I thrive on vigorous political debate, the type of conversations that leave my audience with something to think about and discuss around the water cooler."
It's a battle of Conservative values and principles in defense of our Republic!
You never know what we'll talk about: conservative, constitution, freedom, liberty, obama, tea party, gun control, republican, libertarian, stop white guilt, word
Mindfulness, mindfulness meditation and mindful living appear to be part of a growing trend for 2014 and beyond. Celebrities and CEOs alike are publicly sharing their reliance on mindfulness meditation as a way to cope with their lives. Mindfulness was a featured topic at the World Economic Forum in Davos in January and included daily mindfulness meditation practice before the start of each day.
Join CoHealth Checkup as our guests, Lynn Kirby, a Temple University School of Medicine researcher on the effects of stress, and Cheryl Jones, a Jon Kabat-Zinn mindfulness-based-stress-reduction-trained coach and Aetna's wellness clinical program design lead, discuss the science and parctical application behind mindfulness -- in and outside of the workplace.
Welcome to this episode of the Blue Sky Highway™ "Air Castles" which takes you further along the highway, on a journey of sound inner-sight and may guide you into a deeper state of calm and awareness.
Headphones are recommended for a full in-depth aural encounter, as well as for a contemplative experience.
"Air Castles" features the following selected artists and tracks for your listening pleasure:
• Blue Room Green: "Prism"
• ambientsketchbook: "To Find Heaven"
• Michael Ash Sharbaugh and Blue Room Green: "The Parting"
• rizzi: "Sonar Vortex"
• Zach Zinn: "Pulling Arrows"
• Shoot the Wendy Bird fea Oisin Connoly: "Lady in White"
• Denominated Dreams: "The Strongest Boat on My Wife's Sea"
• Gardie le Gueux: "Lazy Rider"
• Super Miracle Dream Team: "Polaroid #13"
• Lucho Ripley: "Dos Preludios"
• Pipe Choir Too: "Lite to Lite"
• thebdmethod: "Pride River"
• ssslooshy: "Lady Flambe [I Spy Cat-Skin Jack mix]"
• Brumes: "Martin's Scale"
• Kenji Kishi: "Interlude #1 w/Hawaiian Birds, Bells, and Waves"
• Herbsareflying: "In a Gray Light" [Narration of "Air Castles" by, it's author, Roger Allen Baut]
This episode we are joined by legendary historian, scholar and activist, Dr. Howard Zinn. Howard Zinn is the author of many books and plays, including the best selling “A People’s History of the United States. We will be discussing his book, “A People’s History of the United States, as well as the rapist, plunderer, and murderer, Christopher Columbus. Given the fact that Columbus was all of the above it is deplorable that there is a federal holiday honoring him. We will have an opportunity to discuss this topic with Howard Zinn. Please join us. If you cannot listen LIVE you may catch the show on ARCIHVE simply be visiting: www.blogtalkradio.com/your-world-news.
Zinn was raised in a working-class family in Brooklyn, and flew bombing missions for the United States in World War II, an experience he now points to in shaping his opposition to war. In 1956, he became a professor at Spelman College in Atlanta, a school for black women, where he soon became involved in the Civil rights movement, which he participated in as an adviser to the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC) and chronicled, in his book SNCC: The New Abolitionists. Zinn collaborated with historian Staughton Lynd and mentored a young student named Alice Walker. When he was fired in 1963 for insubordination related to his protest work, he moved to Boston University, where he became a leading critic of the Vietnam War.
He is perhaps best known for "A People's History of the United States", which presents American history through the eyes of those he feels are outside of the political and economic establishment.
Kyle Edward Rowland was born on June 8, 1993 in Sacramento, California. With a stretch of the imagination, one could say that he has been playing the harmonica since birth. When he was just a baby, his father put a harmonica in his crib. For his first couple of years, Kyle used his harmonica as a pacifier/teething ring.
Kyle has had the honor to not only share the stage, but befriend many blues legends including James Cotton, Hubert Sumlin, Matt "Guitar" Murphy, John Mayall, Paul Oscher, Lazy Lester, Anson Funderburgh, Norton Buffalo, Roy Rogers,, Jerry Martini (founding member of Sly & The Family Stone, and Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Inductee), John Juke Logan, Frankie Lee, Barry (The Fish) Melton from Country Joe and the Fish, Nick Gravenites from Paul Butterfield Blues Band, Frank Hannon from Tesla, Angela Strehli, Zakiya Hooker, John Lee Hooker Jr., Mark Hummel, Rick Estrin, Kim WIlson, Kenny Neal, Billy "Boy" Arnold, Lurrie Bell, James Harmon, Charlie Musselwhite, John Nemeth and Rusty Zinn and many others.