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John Emerson works at the intersection of digital design, data, and social change. He is an activist, graphic designer, writer, and programmer based in New York City. He has designed web sites, printed materials and motion graphics for leading media companies as well as local and international non-profit organizations including Amnesty International USA, Human Rights Watch, the Committee to Protect Journalists, and the United Nations.
why design can be a powerful tool in social change is this niche of social change design growing how John got started and why this niche Join us as John Emerson speak about his design work and social change.
Movie and TV producer, writer, director Marc Erlbaum drops by to discuss eflixir.com, his new digital platform for uplifting films and social action. He will also talk about his own inspirational movies, Everything Must Go, Café and The Buddy Story. Filmmaker Misha Zubarev has agreed to co-host.
Eflixir curates thousands of uplifting Hollywood films and links them to thematically related causes. That way viewers can immediately activate the social-good impulse the films inspire. A percentage of every streaming fee is donated to eflixir's non-profit cause partner, which enables viewers to make a difference simply by watching the films they would be paying the same price for elsewhere. After viewing and acting, members are able to discuss the films and/or related causes with a community of likeminded individuals who are similarly interested in positive entertainment and social good.
Marc served as executive producer for Everything Must Go, a touching drama starring Will Ferrell as a man who must make significant changes after losing his job and his wife. He produced, wrote and directed Café, which stars Jennifer Love Hewitt and deals with a tragedy surrounding a café in West Philadelphia. Plus, he wrote and directed A Buddy Story, starring Emmy winner Elizabeth Moss (of TV’s Mad Men fame) as an abused woman whose life changes for the better as the result of tagging along on a musician’s tour.
Las Vegas activist and founder of Social Media for Social Change Paola Angela Seminario will join host Dave Bourne to talk about her views, activism, business social media for social change and her article about dating a female activist.
The show promotes and discusses the ideas of freedom and liberty for all people without the partisan politics. Exposing the government mafia that rules only by threat of force without concent. I don't want someone else to represent me, when I know what's best for me and can represent myself. I am not a republican, I am not a democrat. I'm not a liberal, I'm not a conservative. I will not allow you to define me, or force me to join one of your gangs. I am an individual and I believe in freedom and liberty for all people, regardless of race, gender, or sexual orientation as all human beings have a right to freedom and liberty. I will stand up to government oppression and do what I can to educate the public on the illusion and or lack of true freedom in America.
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Join Kelly as she interviews Jeremy Taylor! Jeremy Taylor, an ordained Unitarian Universalist minister, has worked with dreams for over forty years; he blends the values of spirituality with an active social conscience and a Jungian perspective. Founding member and past president of the International Association for the Study of Dreams, he has written four books integrating dream symbolism, mythology, and archetypal energy. The latest is: The Wisdom of Your Dreams: Using Dreams to Tap Into Your Unconscious and Transform Your Life. His earlier books - The Living Labyrinth: Universal Themes in Myths, Dreams and the Symbolism of Waking Life; Where People Fly and Water Runs Uphill; and Dream Work, have been translated into many languages.
The Other Side is an initiative to empower women and girls cross-culturally through theatre and music.
Theatre is not only an experience for expression and performance, but a powerful tool for social change in participating communities.
Melanie Closs and Kerri Lindstrom are dedicated to promoting awareness, connection, and empowerment through theatre and music. They focus their efforts on cultural competency and awareness working with diverse communities focused on young women. Participants create their own plays and songs using theatre of the oppressed and other devised theatre techniques. The process and final products of these dramatic pieces then become a platform to make social change in their communities. As part of the creative process, each group undergos a cross-cultural exchange of ideas, thereby creating an intercultural dialog as part of the ongoing curriculum and discussion in each locale. Like pen pals. Only with theatre.
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A modern twist on self-reliance is expanding reach through the power of social media and marketing. Our guest is Elise Baugh.
Elise Baugh, Transmedia for Good
Elise Baugh has over a decade of experience in design, brand integration, specialized content creation, and team management. Her approach to every project blends art and social change, with the goal to inspire and activate audiences.
She is often tapped to provide mentorship and strategy solutions on non-profit events/campaigns that overlap visual arts, educational reform and human rights issues. She helps non-profits strengthen their platforms and get their word out through social media and marketing.
Bruce M. Coyle joins us for a discussion on the changes in art and how it can provide a window of understanding our changing times, both past and present. This week’s discussion will be on the social change as reflected in art, mostly through the last half millenium. This will culminate on where we are now and where we may be going. Tune in for a interesting chat!
Learn more at: www.BruceMCoyle.com
The Heart of a Hebrew Woman is about bringing women together and expanding on the Truth. The Truth begins with understanding our roles as women and gaining a stronger relationship with the Most High. This is a great opportunity for us to create a unique dialogue that will expand our thinking about who we are and where we are going. My goal is not to preach, but to teach about loving yourself, your husband and your children while serving the Most High. In addition, I believe this show will encourage and motivate women throughout the week.
Let us now give praises to the Most High, by thanking him for renewing our minds and instilling a strong foundation of learning The Heart of a Hebrew Woman.
STOP THE MADNESS !!!!!!!!!
TONIGHT WE DISCUSS THE PARANOIA THAT EXISTS AMONGST THE CAMPS OF ISRAEL
THE INFIGHTING THAT TAKES PLACE SIMILAR TO THE CHRISTIAN CHURCH ANTICS
AND THE FEAR OF COINTEL PRO AND ITS SUCCESS THUS FAR
WE WILL ALSO DISCUSS REAL DELIVERANCE AND HERBS THAT CAN ASSIST WITH OVERCOMING ADDICTIONS TO WEED AND ALCOHOL