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In 1996 Jaia had a mind blowing inner awakening which "changed everything" one day. From that day on nothing was ever the same and she has shared her unique work in many venues across the US, in Canada and Europe. Her deeply inspiring and transformational work has been referred to as “Shamanic Performance Art”, as well as “Poetic Satsang”. She is author of the book “Living Beyond Belief, How to Ditch the Life Your Mind Created and Start Living the One Your Soul Intended”, and has a CD of original songs titled Pure Divinity. She assists others in discovering, developing, and delivering the true gifts of their Heart and Soul in service to Awakening Heaven on Earth. Go to www.jaiasgaia.org
We open with an interview with author, Doris I. Mangrum, whose A Soiled Identity: From Triumph to Tragedy and Back Again, tells the story of Darnell Cookson, former Marine and former felon as he rejoins society. However, this is not a typical rehabilitation story. Told in the protagonist's voice as if we were seated in his home one evening getting to know one another, we meet Darnell just as he arrives home from prison to new wife, new child and many relationships he has to restore, like that between he and his two older daughters by a prior marriage, and his kid brother who is making a bit too much money fast. Darnell tries to hold his head up when applications are rejected and interviews have no follow-up calls, but it is hard. Darnell's reentry is a community venture; each chapter ends with what Mangrum calls, "Choice Moments" where her audience gets to imagine a "what if?" In "Live Your Life," the reader is invited to learn from Darnell's experiences while we also gear up to participate in an "Idea Infusion," which per chapter is a way to make the returning veteran or prisoner feel welcome and supported (171). Visit https://www.facebook.com/LetsSaidiana
Musicians Damu Sudii Alii and Paul Tillman Smith join us to talk about the music, of course, but also a wonderful music series in two Oakland resturants. The Wednesday & Sunday, Jazz Jams sessions are free and open to professional musicians to sit in on and play. www.chumpchange.com
The Village of Peace (SFJFF 2014) tells the story of the Hebrew Israelites, African Americans who moved from America to establish a home in Israel. Directors and producers join us this morning to close the show: Ben Schuder, Director/Producer and his brother Sam Schuder, Producer. www.villageofpeacemovie.com
Reboadcast For April Autism Awareness Month
Synopsis: An autistic young man, mired in servitude towards an unseen overlord by day, adopts his real identity as a human being in the form of comedic observations to an audience of onlookers. But soon casts off the shackles binding him and speaks out with his true voice.
Original One-Man Show Written and Performed By: Tim Pylypiuk
Adapted For Radio By: Tim Pylylpiuk
Music By: Peter Gabriel
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Back from Summer Break to welcome Wende Essrow, a dynamic writer, wildlife artist, teacher, and as she describes herself, "a wanderer"! Her recently published children's book, The Paintbrush Dreamer, is enjoying great and well-deserved success. Here she is in her own words:
"My true home is in the woods, where I feel at peace and in touch with the spirit of the earth. I study the unique lighting and palette of each new day. The subdued silver purples of winter dawn, the vibrant pinks of summer sunrise, the sound of the hermit thrush are what inspire me to paint and write. Each day brings a new set of possibilities, colors, sounds, feelings and ideas to express through art. My family and friends know I disappear at sunrise and wander and when I return I have stories to tell and paintings in my heart. I invite you to greet each morning as a gift, listen to the trees, and honor your dreams."
Please join Wende and me for what will be an unforgettable conversation on July 30th at 7 pm Eastern, 4 pm Pacific.
Where Are All The Good Books, And My Support? Deidra Hughey and a panel of authors discuss the current state of black literature and the business of books. Our guests Marilyn "Slyce" Brown, Bambi F. Moore, Wesley "Godfather" Wesley, Divne Ortiz, Nah' Sun, H.D. Campbell, LaRedeaux, Hannah Spivey, and Bossay answer the persistent questions: are authors appreciated for their work and why is it so hard to gain fan support?
Today on the Art 4 All People airwaves we will have a transformative conversation with Laurie Marshall. She is the Founder of Unity Through Creativity. As well as Laurie is one collaborators and educators of the Create Peace Project. ,whose mission is to promote the practices of peace and spread the message of hope and good will using creativity to youth around the world. Laurie also participated in Art 4 All Peoples, Arts and Healing festival at their 13th curated exhibtion MUSE: The Art of Transformation and Healing at Commonweals Institute for Art and Healing in Bolinas with her project Singing Trees.
Laurie Marshall is a Marin County, CA artist, teacher and spiritual activist. She has been on the cutting edge of project-based learning in public schools for thirty years. With a bachelors in history and education from Antioch College and a masters in art and education from Beacon College, she is a certified K-12 art and secondary social studies teacher. Laurie has also trained over 3,000 teachers in visual literacy for the Polaroid Foundation, led visual art and mural making workshops, facilitated leadership training and conflict prevention with NASA, the Department of Interior, and the Army Corps of Engineers. Her book, Beating the Odds Now! – Ten Steps for Teachers to Meet the Standards and Still Love What You Do, is used in teaching project-based learning around the world.
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