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"All the conflict that exists is a manifestation of our collective thoughts as a global society and our global thoughts are fear and oppression and if we want to heal the planet we first have to look within ourselves to see where we’re enacting fear or oppression in our own personal lives." - Seane Corn
Seane Corn is an internationally celebrated yoga teacher known for her impassioned activism, unique self-expression, and inspirational style of teaching, rooted in the themes of self-empowerment, self-actualization and life purpose. Having been featured prominently in Yoga Journal, Oprah.com, the Today Show and more, Seane now utilizes her public platform to bring awareness to global humanitarian issues. Since 2007, through her co-founded organization, "Off the Mat, Into the World®," Seane and her team have been training leaders in sustainable, authentic activism worldwide, and have raised over $4 m, serving underprivileged international communities in need. For more information, visit www.seanecorn.com
The national award-winning family radio talk show Let's Talk America with Host Shana Thornton will put the spotlight on menopause with the celebrated Dr. Rebecca Brightman on Tuesday, March 17, 2015 at 7:30 pm EST. We will highlight what women can expect with the major life change. This segment is for everyone...be certain to tell a friend. We offer real talk for real people! Tune in!
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As the US and EU continue to support fascists the worldover, especially in Ukraine, Russia, who had 10s of millions people killed during WWII, who defeated 90% of the Nazis by the time D-Day came on the beaches of Normandy, is celebrating its Victory Day where 75% of the populations of major cities in Russia were killed by Nazi siege. Putin's parents survivors of the Nazi siege of Leningrad, we discuss this day and the rise of fascism today from Greece to Ukraine, perpetuated by the IMF, NATO, US and EU. Chris Jay and Al Suarez of Stay Bold radio out of Voice of Rebellion radio will discuss this for a two hour show, callers welcome. Show starts 9pm eastern.
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Dublin-native Mark Geary is a celebrated musician who began his career more than 20 years ago. In 1992, Mark bought a one-way ticket to New York City and spent several years playing the local circuit in the East Village which included numerous appearances at the acclaimed Sin-é cafe with other upcoming artists including friend Jeff Buckley. Mark is described as a "quintessential singer-songwriter" and his records have been hailed as encapsulating both boisterous joy and gentle, delicate moments that endear themselves to the listener and evoke comparisons to artists such as Van Morrison, John Lennon, Elliot Smith and Richard Thompson. His body of work includes 4 studio albums, 2 live recordings and collaborations with a number of artists including the release in 2013 of a charity version of his song 'Christmas Biscuits' with friend Glen Hansard in aid of St Vincent De Paul, in Ireland. Mark has also lent his talents to the visual arts scoring several films including “Loggerheads” (2005), “Steel City” (2006) and TriBeCa Film Festival “Sons of Perdition” (2010). Touring and performing are Mark's lifeblood and passion, and his finely crafted songs and charismatic storytelling provide his audience with a unique experience on every occasion. Over the last 20 years Mark has toured all over Europe, US & Australia, and has shared the stage with The Swell Season, Glen Hansard, The Frames, Josh Ritter, Bell X1, Coldplay, Elvis Costello, The Pretenders & Joe Strummer. Mark has recently competed tours in Switzerland and Germany, including a headline spot on the critically acclaimed “Songs from Ireland: Old and New” tour. Dates in Switzerland, Ireland and New York are also planned in which Mark will be road testing songs from his forthcoming 5th album, released in Autumn 2015.?
My husband, Carlton Riddick, and I just celebrated our 18th anniversary! Many people ask us how did we do it? What are the keys to a healthy, successful and loving marriage?
So we decided to share some of our challenges and tips that have helped us build our marriage over the years. Our marriage isn't perfect, but we are blessed to not only have maintained our marriage, but still truly love and enjoy each other.
Carlton will be my special guest! He will share some of our challenges and how we've been able to overcome. I will share some of our challenges as well.
Listen and be encouraged in your own marriages and relationships to overcome challenges and strengthen your marriage.
Watch the LIVE video broadcast of the show on Periscope at 11P EST. Follow me: @LaKishaRiddick
Nell Minow, the famous Movie Mom, drops by to discuss her exciting Comic-Con adventures as well as the new Minions film, and A.J. Hakari, aka the Mad Movie Man, joins in the fun as co-host. Nell is one of the most respected film critics working today. Her Movie Mom website just celebrated its 20th Anniversary. Nell writes commentary for Beliefnet.com and is the author of many film-related books. She’s been featured in such publications as USA Today and The New York Times. She is a member of Online Film Critics Society, the Broadcast Film Critics Association and the Washington Area Film Critics Association. A.J. also belongs to the Online Film Critics Society. He contributes film reviews to various sites including Classic Movie Guide, Review Express, Terror Tube, ReelTalk Movie Reviews and his own popular blog CineSlice.
Guest on at 10:00 am Believing she was destined to serve others and help people live emotionally and spiritually whole lives, Unitha L. Muhammad has been busy living out this calling. She has also spent over twenty years as an entrepreneur, conference speaker, spiritual leader, counselor (Pastoral, HIV/AIDS, Grief, and Relationship), spiritual teacher, strategic planner, and facilitator of small groups.
Guest on at 10:00 am: Christina M. Dukes
FOR OVER A DECADE CHRISTINA HAS LEARNED TO OVERCOME SET BACKS
AND HURDLES. RAISED IN A SINGLE PARENT HOUSEHOLD IN CHICAGO,
ILLINOIS, AS THE CHILD OF A JAMAICAN INDIAN IMMIGRANT, CHRISTINA
LEARNED THE IMPORTANCE OF DIVERSITY IN OUR WORLD AND THE
ACCEPTANCE OF OTHERS.
Guest on at 11:00 am: Avalaura Gaither Beharry, MSW, LGSW
Certified Spiritual Counselor, Life Coach & Healer
Embrace all that you are, in service to the world and to your highest and most incredible life — the journey waits for no one, it begins now.
This is a challenge from the internationally celebrated Avalaura Gaither Beharry, the Spiritual Sage. A woman who passionately dedicates her life to assisting savvy, spiritual, professional women who dare to live their best lives, Avalaura is a spiritual counselor, executive coach, life coach and healer.
The "I have a dream speech by Martin L.King debuted in Detroit over fifty years ago on June 23, 1963 and changed the course of this nation, and re-imagined what was possible. Born that same year on July 23rd, I recently celebrated my 52nd Birthday, and realize that my life has been engulfed inside the Civil Rights, and parallels closely with the transformation I endured causing me to re-imagine the little black girl born in 1963 also,
Today we are sharing about the healing that must occur between these two cultures that caused such strong divisional lines of hatred, distrust, and pain merely based on skin tone. Although our nation has become much more diverse and Civil Rights are being fought for so many more, we still have a core pain in cities across the nation that still reek with the racial tension of the past.
Today, let's look at racial reconciliation and find ways to re-imagine ourselves, our cities and our nation.
What's possible for us today should we have dialogue about the pain we have both experienced? Our featured guest, poet and author Alicea Davis has a special message for healing our communities and racial reconciliation. Join me as she shares what she has re-imagined for us here in Detroit, and the work she's doing to close the gap in our consciousness so we see ourselves anew - as citizens of the same family. May we all remember our Divine heritage, our spiritual birthrights, and co-creative powers for creating a miraculous world.
Let's re-imagine our self-image, re-create our belief in everyone's worthiness, and choose to live in excellent communities that flourish abundantly with knowledge, intelligence and resources to be self-sustaining.
Bill Protzmann is a man on a mission: to raise awareness of the power of music as self care.
On Memorial Day weekend 2007 Protzmann premiered a new version of his one man show, Connected!, with a focus on using music as a self intervention tool for issues related to military service. In 2011, he launched Music Care Inc, a for profit corporation dedicated to providing education in music as adjunct treatment for post traumatic stress, depression, and anxiety.
Bill holds magna cum laude degrees in piano performance and creative writing, and has concertized and performed for many years with a focus on bringing music to audiences in non-traditional ways. His recording of “Amazing Grace” topped the mp3.com charts in July of 2000, and he has released two all-original CDs. He has performed and worked with opera stars, poets, Dixieland, jazz, rock and pop tribute bands, in musical theatre, and as a solo concert pianist and entertainer.
Recovery Now is a gathering place for anyone seeking recovery from the challenges of life on life's terms. We discuss useful tools that have helped us lighten the load, of our journey through recovery. This is a "we" recovery program, because it is in the "we," that we find the new "me."
We focus on the four A's of Recovery: Awareness, Acceptance, Action and Adaptation. This is a place for survivor's striving to become thrivers. The front portion of show is our featured guest, the second is Open Mic and some great Indy Music, sure to inspire!
Host is Kim Justus, author of In a Flash: Miracles Here and Beyond found at www.inaflash.org & "Like" at www.facebook.com/inaflash.org and /braininjuryradionetwork
On this episode of the ::ANSWERS:: show, join us as we look to find ::ANSWERS:: to the question of whether single motherhood is over celebrated. We will discuss why some single mothers wear their single motherhood as a badge of honor.
We will also discuss comments made by New York Times columnist David Brooks who has a problem with single mothers blaming them for their own poverty. He goes on to say...
"There is a very strong correlation between single motherhood and low social mobility. There is a very strong correlation between high school dropout rates and low mobility. There is a strong correlation between the fraying of social fabric and low economic mobility. There is a strong correlation between de-industrialization and low social mobility. It is also true that many men, especially young men, are engaging in behaviors that damage their long-term earning prospects; much more than comparable women.
Low income is the outcome of these interrelated problems, but it is not the problem. To say it is the problem is to confuse cause and effect. To say it is the problem is to give yourself a pass from exploring the complex and morally fraught social and cultural roots of the problem. It is to give yourself permission to ignore the parts that are uncomfortable to talk about but that are really the inescapable core of the thing."
Tune in to our weekly show to join the conversation and share your opinion!