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Join host Ashley Davene with a special Birthday episode of Art of Love Radio. Ashley will be sharing a few passages from the book, and sharing her story to becoming an Author.
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This weeks topic is "We are the ones we've been waiting for" exploring our individual and collective roles in creating peace, sustainability and harmony within our own hearts and on the planet.
Host Ashley Davene is a Top Ranked Healthy Living Journalist, Author, Artist, Spiritual and Relationship Counselor with over 9 years of professional experience teaching around the country and globally via phone sessions and webinars. She is also a hopeful romantic and a sucker for happy endings.
Special Guest Co/Host Alokananda Luke is in service to community in many ways, supporting the individual journey as well as larger group facilitation. He shares many gifts as an intuitive healer, wisdom keeper, channel, reverend and facilitator of sacred space. Alokananda is a rainbow warrior prophecy holder and one who shares a deep passion toward the esoteric and “mystical thread” that is woven through the various lineages of the world. He is committed to the process of self mastery, ascension and the revival of empowered community on the planet. Alokananda shares his passions where they can be integrated in the heart, grounded in life, in relationship with self, other, Earth and Cosmos. As a visionary and community builder he is one of the co-founders of Tribal Alliance International as well as Unitribe in NYC. He works along side his peers,Elders and mentors weaving community, ceremony and templates for co-creation. Creatively he is the lead singer of Sun's of the Earth sharing a passion for love, the Earth ways and sacred activism through folk-hop rhythm.
There is nothing like being emotionally moved by a piece of art. Whether it be a painting, sculpture, or some other form of creativity; the overall impression can be lasting and coerce us to rethink how we view ourselves and the world around us.
Manifest Justice is a large-scale pop-up art exhibition, cultural convening, and community organizing event taking place in the Baldwin Hills area of South Los Angeles. Unlike other civil rights exhibits that highlight events from the 60's, Manifest Justice is hauntingly current. Trayvon Martin, Eric Garner, and Oscar Grant are but a few of the many victims who have been immortalized through the works of over 150 artists.
Tonight I will be joined by Nijeul Xavier Porter, a young man who is instrumental to the success of the event; and Gabriel Garcia Roman, an artist who has works on display at the event. Both will share why the event is important -especially in today's social climate-and what it means to be a part of the experience.
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On Monday May 4th at 8pm est, 7pm cst and 5pm pst, join New Mexico Museum of Natural History research paleontologist Ken McKeighen and Ken Boorman as they discuss the Therapsids, a group of late Paleozoic to early Mesozoic reptiles that gave rise to the mammals. These reptiles were the dominate predators that ruled the Upper Permian and Lower Triassic periods. Tune in as we learn about these amazing animals that are the predecessors to mammals.
Couples go through predictable stages in marriage, and sometimes even before marriage. Even in the happiest marriages, you will revisit stages and need information and tools to help return you to the real love that you both want. Just knowing the stages are normal, and that there are ways to move to the higher stages can help you know where you are and what to do.
Tonight Pop Art Painter, Jamie Roxx (www.JamieRoxx.us) welcomes the boys from the Cub Scout Pack 720 Southwest Florida Council to the Show!
Tonight, the boys in the 4th grade Cub Scouts, Pack 720 Southwest Florida Council have to talk to a artist in order to complete/earn their art pin.
So they will be LIVE on the air Pop Art painter Jamie Roxx.
We'll be discussing Art and being a carear artist.
A video came across The Truf Bros.News Desk the other day, calling out Black women for changing their personality when dating White men. The video hit close to home, are sisters harder to get along with when dealing with Black men? There are plenty of videos and Facebook posts that shows women fighting,cussing and downing brothers, and others that shows a whole different side when they are dealing with White men. These videos show a softer, nicer, sweeter side of themselves, is this an unfair charge to throw at Black women? Are Black Men any better? Tune in at www.trufbrosradio.com as we ask, "Where's the LOVE?
Abiding Love Worship Center Ministries with Evangelists Aaron & Sheila Gravett. Listen as Evangelist Aaron Gravett shares the message "Honestly?" Truth is truth and we can believe it, but how it is lived out in our lives is by being honest; honest with ourselves and honest in our dealings with others. God shines brightest through those that live honestly before a dishonest world. Let the truths of God's Word change your heart and life, so that you know Christ more and others can see the light of Christ through you.
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Join CULTURAL CONVERSATIONS as we reflect on the Baltimore riots, the role a Black Mother played in becoming an iconic figure in media and in community. We welcome Dr. Robin Boylorn, educator, writer, with Crunk Feminist Collective, to the show. Dr. Boylorn will talk about her article "A Black Mother's Love (or What Love Looks Like in Public)", which reflected on the actions of the Baltimore Mother of the Year and society's reaction and understanding of the role Black Mothers must take in leadership.
Robin M. Boylorn, Ph.D., ?earned her doctorate in 2009 from University of South Florida. Currently she is Assistant Professor of Interpersonal and Intercultural Communication at the University of Alabama where she teaches and writes about issues of social identity and diversity, focusing primarily on the lived experiences of black women. Boylorn's work concentrates on ways of documenting marginalized lives and making them accessible and available to wide audiences. She seeks to give voice to silenced experiences and offer strategies for talking about and across difference (in its many manifestations).
CULTURAL CONVERSATIONS, hosted & produced by Dr. Verona Mitchell
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