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  • 01:01

    Jim Terry Interview: An Artist's Journey To Standing Rock

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    Chicago comic book artist Jim Terry who is half Native American (Ho-Chunk Nation) traveled to Standing Rock in early November to deliver supplies to water defenders. The journey inspired him to create a stunning piece of artwork, and this is his story. 
    Terry wanted to make clear that he was not speaking for Standing Rock Sioux, but from his personal experiences.
    "Here is the most amazing that I took away from it. I went to the prayer that morning. This elder was speaking and he said, I'm going to lightly paraphrase, but he said, "There are people from DAPL who have infiltrated our camp and they're walking around our camp. So, if you see anybody who looks suspicious." At this point, I'm like okay what are we supposed to do. He says, "Invite them to the fire, have a cup of coffee with him. Talk to him, and tell him we are doing this for his children too." And that is no joke the philosophy of the camp," said Terry.  
    "One of the things that I noticed when I was out there, when these elders spoke, he said "Good morning relatives" to everyone, everybody that was there, you had every kind of race, sexual orientation, everything was "Good morning my relatives. We're all connected here. We're all on this planet together. We are the custodians of this planet, we are not the conquers of this planet. We are its custodians." I hope that if nothing else this raises some awareness about the direction we can go in from here on out," said Terry.

  • 01:12

    Roye Okupe Discusses E.X.O. - The Legend of Wale Williams

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    E.X.O. - The Legend of Wale Williams, a superhero story set in a futuristic 2025 Africa, follows Wale Williams, an impetuous young adult who inherits a suit with super powers after his father goes missing. Tricked into returning home to Lagoon City, Nigeria following a five year absence, Wale embarks on a journey to investigate his father s mysterious disappearance. As he comes to understand the suit s powers, Wale realizes he must restore hope to his city by preventing catastrophic attacks from the sociopathic, Oniku, leader of an extremist group called The CREED.
    On this episode of Graphic Policy Radio, we discuss the comic series with creator Roye Okupe.
    Born in Lagos, Nigeria, Okupe is a creative specialist who holds both a Bachelor’s and Master’s in computer science from The George Washington University. His passion for animation led him to found YouNeek Studios in 2012, an avenue that would allow him pursue his dream of creating a diverse library of superheroes. Under that umbrella, Roye wrote, produced and directed several animated productions including, but not limited to, 2D/3D animated short films, TV commercials, show openers, music videos and much more. These productions have allowed Roye to attain much prestigious recognition such as being #5 on Ventures Africa’s list of 40 African innovators to watch.
    Listen in and Tweet us your questions @graphicpolicy.

  • 01:20

    Danny Seraphine (Founding Member of Legendary Rock Band Chicago)

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    Enjoy an encore episode as BlazinRy Radio host Ryan Holmes welcomes founding member of the legendary band Chicago, Danny Seraphine. Seraphine discusses the historic origins and the rise to fame of Chicago as well as his fallout with his bandmates and his ultimate departure from the band. Plus, Danny talks about his new band CTA and debuts new music. 

  • 01:19

    Inciting Incident #69 - On the Road with Viktoria, Part II

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    On the 69th episode of Inciting Incident, our road trip with Viktoria continues. A lot of unintentional yelling and discussion as we try to find new ways to cope. Patreon donors got this early, intact, and along with two hours more bonus material involving the three of us called "The Vagenda of Manicide." 
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  • 01:01

    The Red Pill podcast #47- Nice, Turkey, Race Wars,Sanders,Pokemon & more

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    Joseph Peterson is back with new co-hosts, Ian T. and Crystal from "We are Change". We discuss the Nice attacks, the failed Turkey coup and looming Race War in the US. We also talk about Bernie selling out (maybe), the 3rd party choices and how the masses are too busy chasing Pokemon while the World is in chaos and the NWO is taking over.
    www.truthisscary.com facebook.com/Truthisscary @Truth_is_Scary Youtube TruthisscaryTV Blogtalk- Tisnetwork Wearechange.org 

  • 00:59

    The Cardi B Effect: Why Women Love to Hate on the Bad Bitch

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    "There is a stigma associated with being a bad bitch that delineates the type of character women want to associate themselves with. As if being goal oriented, driven and alpha is a bad thing. Here's what happens when women place societal isms on other women, we become competitive. We become unfriendly. We begin to other. We become the mean girls that tell other girls they can't sit with us. We become bitter. We become petty. We become categorized in memes. We become fetishized through a patriarchal lens on what real women should be. We become the reason "I only have guy friends."
    In her most recent essay, The Cardi B Effect, Maria Rodriguez discusses the dangers of categorizing and judging women who seemingly decide to take control of their lives, their sexuality, and commit to living life on their terms by any means necessary. Tune in Sunday, January 10th @ 9 pm as we discuss the essay that has taken social media by storm. It's a candid discussion on why women love to hate on the "Bad Bitch" #thecardibeffect. 
    Read the essay here and dial in tomorrow and make your voice heard 
    http://bkwrita.com/2016/01/05/the-cardi-b-effect-why-women-love-to-hate-on-the-bad-bitch/

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    Prime #179 - Levels of Caucacity

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    Show Topics:
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  • 01:18

    Ramblecast Ep. 8.01 (MP3): “Brought To You By…”

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    Jay and Jack are back for Season 8 of The Ramblecast, which is once again free!! Be sure to join their Facebook page at www.facebook.com/groups/jayandjackgroup. Support Jay and Jack on Patreon! Click here for more information.

  • 00:28

    How did Ashton Kutcher's FWB hook up turn him into DILF material?

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    This week we learned that Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis decided on a FWB relationship only, but somehow it turned into married with two kids. Our guest co-host, Twitter star, Nathan Sanders explains to Cooper how that switch happens in a man's brain. How is it that one day you are a player trolling for babes, and the next you are a fiercely loyal dad and husband? Also, what is the dad bar set so low for the DILF but not for the MILF?

  • 02:16

    AZR Welcomes VA Megan Shipman

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    AZR is excited to welcome back Megan Shipman to the show. Megan is a talented voice actor who had been apart of many great show including Hanamaru Kunikida (Love Live! Sunshine), Yuzuru Yamai (Date A Live 2), Corriente (Show By Rock), and Hibari (Senran Kagura). ***Special note, Megan also shares the same wedding date as my wife and I. New name is Megan Trussell. I may call her by both during the show so be prepared.

  • 02:00

    SFTL 223: Angela Bee | Cyndy Tandy | Sean Burton

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    SFT 223 | Kevin Hale shoots with a variety of guests - eclectic topics - totally unfiltered. brought to you in part by The County Line - Chris Lucien, Manager.
    GUESTS:
    03:56 | Angela Bee - Louisville Entrepeneur/Thrive 32:04 | Cyndy Tandy - Louisville Uncovered TV Series - special appearance by Shaun Wallace! 1:14:53 | "Seananigans" with Sean Burton The County Line Weekend Gigs: 12.8 | Brian Elmore - Acoustic 12.9 | 3 and Twenty 12.10 | Shane Dawson Band  
    music/voice credits: Steven Clark, Jeni Carr