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Heavy Hands
433 - Gameplan Gamble feat. Kyle McLachlan

Heavy Hands

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2022 118:03


Fan favorite (?) Kyle McLachlan is back for a MARATHON episode, helping Connor and Phil wrap their heads around the weekend's two championship rematches: Usman vs Edwards 2 and Usyk vs Johsua 2. Coming soon to our Patreon, discussion of Landwehr-Onama, Jauregui-Lucindo, and the rest of an undercard that turned out far better than it had any right to be: https://www.patreon.com/heavyhands BUY A SHIRT. Or a mask. Or a... uh, bath mat? Visit our shop & buy Heavy Hands gear featuring the beautifully brutal artwork of Gian Galang: https://www.redbubble.com/shop/ap/64577943?asc=u   

I Know I'm Crazy with NAJA HALL
097: The Coparenting Coach Anthony Johnson talks break up, healing, and acceptance

I Know I'm Crazy with NAJA HALL

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 61:40


Coach Naja and Coach Anthony Johnson have a candid chat about the ins and outs of coparenting. After Anthony and his coparent ended their romantic relationship, he spent time learning how to take his family away from hardship to love. It wasn't always easy for him, but today he helps other families, individuals, and coaches find balance. Visit him online at https://direct.me/jointhejourney and follow him on https://tiktok.com@thecoparentingcoach To watch this episode: https://youtu.be/yqh5Tr1Cr34 ABOUT ANTHONY: Co-Parenting Coach & Leadership Consultant Anthony Johnson is a proud Native of Buffalo, New York, He obtained his Bachelor of Arts degree in Multidisciplinary Studies from West Virginia University. His minor in Entrepreneurship and Leadership Studies make him a strong advocate for personal growth and leadership development. Eighteen years of military service has provided him the opportunity to train and mentor hundreds of our military service members. As the current owner of Continuous Journey LLC, Anthony strives to change lives as a Co-parenting Coach and Leadership Consultant.

Below Average Joe's MMA Podcast
Ep. 218 - What to Make of Adesanya's Title Reign | Is Volkanovski the Best Featherweight Ever?

Below Average Joe's MMA Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 4, 2022 96:40


Join us as we discuss Israel Adesanya's fifth title defense at UFC 276 against Jared Cannonier, Alexander Volkanovski going 3-0 against Max Holloway, and more! Time Stamps: (0:00) - Intro (5:08) - UFC 276 recap: (C) Israel Adesanya defeats (2) Jared Cannonier via Unanimous Decision (26:09) - UFC 276 recap: (C) Alexander Volkanovski defeats (1) Max Holloway via Unanimous Decision (54:20) - PFL week 6 recap (1:03:10) - Fight announcements (13) Angela Hill vs Loopy Godinez | October 15 | UFC Fight Night (1:04:30) - Tidbits (Other notable MMA news stories from the weekend) - Daniel Cormier admits to holding the towel to make weight for title fight against Anthony Johnson during his HOF speech - Nate Diaz smacks up a Nelk boy (1:08:28) - THE REST (Other notable performances from UFC 276) Alex Pereira defeats (4) Sean Strickland via KO Bryan Barberena defeats Robbie Lawler via TKO (9) Pedro Munhoz vs (13) Sean O'Malley ends in a No Contest Jalin Turner defeats (14) Brad Riddell via Submission Ian Garry defeats Gabe Green via Unanimous Decision Dricus Du Plessis defeats (12) Brad Tavares via Unanimous Decision (13) Andre Muniz defeats (9) Uriah Hall via Unanimous Decision (13) Maycee Barber defeats (10) Jessica Eye via Unanimous Decision Jim Miller defeats Donald Cerrone via Submission (1:31:57) - Below Average Bet Slip recap (UFC 276 betting results) (1:35:02) - Closing statements + Let us know your thoughts Be sure to follow us on all platforms to stay updated on future episodes and announcements: Our Linktree can take you straight to our Donation and Voice Message options, video episodes on YouTube, social media platforms, and more! Simply click the following link and explore where you can support, engage and interact with our podcast: https://linktr.ee/baj_mmapodcast Thanks for listening! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/belowaveragejoes-podcast/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/belowaveragejoes-podcast/support

Toxic To Triumph With Matthew Phifer
Anthony-Johnson---Co-parenting-with-a-Narcissist

Toxic To Triumph With Matthew Phifer

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 10, 2022 62:35


The Matt Phifer Experience makes emotional intelligence contagious. Every Monday and Friday, you can listen to new conversations with some of the most insightful people in this world straight from your computer or mobile device! With episodes available for streaming on-demand immediately after they air, there's never been an easier way to learn about what is emotional intelligence.

Sounds of the Caribbean with Selecta Jerry
Sounds of the Caribbean with Selecta Jerry EP756

Sounds of the Caribbean with Selecta Jerry

Play Episode Listen Later May 28, 2022 267:35


This weeks show starts off with music from Garnet Silk, Ini Kamoze, Anthony Johnson, Luciano, Barrington Levy, Horace Andy, Daweh Congo, Ziggy Marley & The Melody Makers, The Sons Of Ace, Johnny Osbourne, The Abyssinians, Aswad, Black Uhuru, and Pat Kelly. new music this week comes from Keith & Tex, AbiYah Yisrael, Black Am I, Clinton Fearon, Daman with Max Romeo, George Palmer, Yaadcore, Martei Korley, Addis Pablo with Var, Protoje, Queen Omega, and Aza Lineage. Also this week we ride the new ASAP ridden featuring Perfect Giddmani, Spectacular, Jah Mason, and Anthony B. In the Dub Zone this week you will hear dubs from Soul Revivers, Pachyman, Purple Tribe, Wicked Dub Division and North East Ska & Jazz Orchestra, Dub Wizards, and Kosmo Sound. Extended dub mixes feature Kenny Knotts and The Roots Squad, Jah Free, Danny Red and Jah Disciple, and Jah Melodie with Slimmah Sound. Enjoy! Garnet Silk - I Am Vex - Reggae Anthology: Music Is The Rod - VP Records Ini Kamoze - Gunshot - Here Comes The Hotstepper - Columbia  Anthony Johnson - Gunshot - Midnight Rock Luciano - Nuh Play Ting - The Answer - Oneness Records Barrington Levy - Murderer/Murder Dub - Jah Life Honest Music - Culture Riddm - Culture Riddim - Honest Music Horace Andy - Gun Shot - Taxi 12” Daweh Congo - Struggle - Ghetto Skyline - Goldheart Music Ziggy Marley & The Melody Makers - One Bright Day - One Bright Day - Virgin Richard Ace & The Sons Of Ace - Living On The Edge - Family - World Beat Records Johnny Osbourne - Children Are Crying - Truths & Rights Deluxe Edition - Heartbeat Records The Abyssinians - African Race - Satta Massagana Deluxe Edition - Heartbeat Records The Abyssinians - Black Man's Strain - Satta Massagana Deluxe Edition - Heartbeat Records Aswad - Back To Africa - Crucial Tracks: Best Of Aswad - Island Records Black Uhuru - Tonight Is The Night To Unite - Jammy's From The Roots 1977-1985 - Greensleeves King Jammy - Closed Border Dub - King Jammy Destroys The Virus With Dub - VP Records  Pat Kelly - It's A Good Day - Ossie Music Richard McDonald - Do Your Thing - Boat To Progress: The Original Pantomine Vocal Collection 1970-1974 - Greensleeves Keith & Tex - How Much Longer - Freedom - Liquidator Music Alpheus - The Victory - The Victory - Liquidator Music Tommy McCook, Richard Ace, & Disco Height - Shockers Rock - Studio One Scorcher Instrumentals - Soul Jazz  AbiYah Yisrael - Narrow Way - Cha Yah Studios Black Am I - Work Day - Ghetto Youths International Clinton Fearon - Social Unrest - Breaking News - Boogie Brown Productions Daman feat. Max Romeo - Hurt - Life - Baco Records George Palmer - That's Life - Working Man - Irie Ites Records Ras Teo - Country Living/Country Living Dub - Ten Thousand Lions - A Lone Productions Perfect Giddimani - Every Herbalist - 420 Ganja Explosion - Reggae Vibes Production Pressure Busspipe - Good Ganja Herb - Lion Roar Vol. II - Royal Order Music Chronixx - Perfect Tree - Cultivator Riddim - Royal Order Music Bobby Hustle - It Takes Time - Cultivator Riddim - Royal Order Music Leroy Smart - I Am The Don - Reggae Anthology: Henry Junjo Lawes: Volcano Eruption - VP Records Barrington Levy - Prison Oval Rock - Reggae Anthology: Henry Junjo Lawes: Volcano Eruption - VP Records Josey Wales - Bobo Dread - Reggae Anthology: Henry Junjo Lawes: Volcano Eruption - VP Records Dub Zone featuring Strictly Dubwize & Extended Dub Mixes Soul Revivers feat. Matic Horns - Meanwhile Shuffle - On The Grove - Acid Jazz Pachyman - Torwards The Mountan - ATO Records 7” Purple Tribe - Some Dub Stories - Some Dub Stories - Alpine Records Wicked Dub Division Meets North East Ska & Jazz Orchestra - Sinking Sand - Live Studio Session #1 - Brixton Records Dub Wizards -  School Days - Timeless Dub - Time To Roots Kosmo Sound - Furious/Furious Dub - Zephyrus Records Kenny Knotts & The Roots Squad - Too Much Gunshot/Too Much Gunshot Dub - Jah Tubby's Jah Free - Rod Of Correction/Dub Of Correction - The Best Of Deep Root - Universal Egg Danny Red & Jah Disciple - Tell Jah Sorry/Tell Jah Sorry Version - Blackboard Jungle  Jah Melodie & Slimmah Sound - Love Jah More/Love Jah Dub - Roots Tribe Showcase - Roots Tribe Wicked Dub Division Meets North East Ska & Jazz Orchestra - Lion - Live Studio Session #1 - Brixton Records =================================== Martei Korley - Ipo Ras Anthem - KasaAmara Music Yaadcore - Ghetto Youths - Reggaeland - 12 Yaad Records/Delicious Vinyl Island Kabaka Pyramid - Make Things Work - Ghetto Youths International Addis Pablo feat. Var - Poor and Needy/Blessed Are The Poor - Melodies From The House Of Levi - Jah Solid Rock Jah Tung - Rumours - Reality Chant Poductions Cla C I & Mosiyah - Back Burner /Dreadtime In Dub - Dread Time Riddim - Rebel Sound Records Horace Andy - Safe From Harm - Midnight Rocker - On U Sound Protoje - Hills - Indiggnation Collective Queen Omega & Little Lion Sound - No Love - Evidence Music Perfect Giddimani & Spectacular - A.S.A.P. - ASAP Riddim - Irie Ites Records Jah Mason - Mother Earth - ASAP Riddim - Irie Ites Records Anthony B - Raggamuffin - ASAP Riddim - Irie Ites Records Buju Banton - Murderer - Til Shiloh - Loose Cannon Aza Lineage & Little Lion Sound - Mr. Lover - Evidence Music Mykal Rose - I Give You Love - Freedom Sound Riddim - Donsome Records Capitol 1212 feat. Earl 16 - Love Will Tear Us Apart/Love Will Tear Us Apart Dub Division Mix - Happy People Records

Sex, Drugs, and Jesus
Episode #52: Indigenous Struggles & Terms Defined, The Indian Act & Deculturization/Colonization With Cheyenne Mihko Kihêw Of The Edmonton 2 Spirit Society

Sex, Drugs, and Jesus

Play Episode Listen Later May 26, 2022 77:59


INTRODUCTION: Cheyenne Mihko Kihêw (they/them) is a Two-Spirit Indigi-queer, born and raised in amiskwacîwâskahikan (Edmonton). Inspired by their own lived experiences with meth addiction and street involvement in their teen years, Cheyenne has dedicated their life to community-based work. They were the first in their family to attend university, holding a BA in Sociology from MacEwan. Currently, they are the Community Liaison for Edmonton 2 Spirit Society, a role that affords them the privilege of incorporating many of their passions into their work and is supporting their own journey of cultural reclamation. Cheyenne is the current Two Spirit Warrior regional titleholder 2021/2022, alongside Rob Gurney. They are also the current Chair of the Board of Directors for Boyle Street Education Centre, their former high school to which they accredit much of their achievements. Cheyenne is unapologetic in their identity as a nêhiyaw, fat, and queer femme and lives loud and proud.E2S:EDMONTON 2 SPIRIT SOCIETY (E2S)amiskwacîwâskahikan ᐊᒥᐢᑲᐧᒋᐋᐧᐢᑲᐦᐃᑲᐣWe are an intergenerational society dedicated to the acknowledgment and support of Two Spirit and LGBTQQIA+ Indigenous people and their kinship circles. Our organization offers: Cultural Ceremonies Cultural Competency Training Education Workshops Land Acknowledgments Resource Tabling Sharing Circles Outreach & Referrals Socials & Events  INCLUDED IN THIS EPISODE (But not limited to): ·      Indigenous Life·      Deculturization/Colonization·      Residential School Scandal·      The Catholic Church's Role In The Torture & Death Of Indigenous Children·      The Indian Act·      Replacement Theory·      The Short Sightedness Of The Rich & Powerful·      Indigenous Ceremonies ·      Two Spirit Defined·      In Between Defined·      Indigi-queer Defined·      Indigenous Vs. Native American CONNECT WITH CHEYENNE: Website: https://e2s.ca/Cell: 587-385-9670Email: communityliaison@edmonton2s.comFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/edmonton2spiritsocietyInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/edmonton_2_spirit_society/Twitter: https://twitter.com/e2s_2  CONNECT WITH DE'VANNON: Website: https://www.SexDrugsAndJesus.comYouTube: https://bit.ly/3daTqCMFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/SexDrugsAndJesus/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/sexdrugsandjesuspodcast/Twitter: https://twitter.com/TabooTopixLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/devannonEmail: DeVannon@SexDrugsAndJesus.com DE'VANNON'S RECOMMENDATIONS: ·      Deculturalization: https://bit.ly/3am35bC·      Quannah Chasinghorse: https://cnn.it/3wIItTC·      Pray Away Documentary (NETFLIX)o  https://www.netflix.com/title/81040370o  TRAILER: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tk_CqGVfxEs ·      Hillsong: A Megachurch Exposed (Documentary)o  https://press.discoveryplus.com/lifestyle/discovery-announces-key-participants-featured-in-upcoming-expose-of-the-hillsong-church-controversy-hillsong-a-megachurch-exposed/ ·      Leaving Hillsong Podcast With Tanya Levino  https://leavinghillsong.podbean.com ·      Upwork: https://www.upwork.com·      FreeUp: https://freeup.net·      Disabled American Veterans (DAV): https://www.dav.org·      American Legion: https://www.legion.org  INTERESTED IN PODCASTING OR BEING A GUEST?: ·      PodMatch is awesome! This application streamlines the process of finding guests for your show and also helps you find shows to be a guest on. The PodMatch Community is a part of this and that is where you can ask questions and get help from an entire network of people so that you save both money and time on your podcasting journey.https://podmatch.com/signup/devannon  TRANSCRIPT: [00:00:00]You're listening to the sex drugs and Jesus podcast, where we discuss whatever the fuck we want to! And yes, we can put sex and drugs and Jesus all in the same bed and still be all right at the end of the day. My name is De'Vannon and I'll be interviewing guests from every corner of this world as we dig into topics that are too risqué for the morning show, as we strive to help you understand what's really going on in your life.There is nothing off the table and we've got a lot to talk about. So let's dive right into this episode.De'Vannon: Good day. Good day. Good day to everyone out there. Hello. Oh, you beautiful people. I love you. I bless you. I kiss you in the name of the Lord. Hallelujah. Today I am talking with Cheyenne Mikko Kyo, and this beautiful soul is the community liaison at the Edmonton two-spirit society, which is up there in Canada. . So I entered the two-spirit and Digi queer, who was born and raised in [00:01:00] Edmonton. And this episode, we're going to be diving deep into indigenous struggles.We're going to talk about the ongoing search for buried indigenous children up there in Canada. Uh, we're going to get into the Indian act and then the church has a role in all of the evil that has been done to indigenous people.Quite a ways back,please take a close list. Hello? Hello. Hello. Every fucking beautiful body out there. And welcome, welcome. Welcome to the sex drugs and Jesus podcast. Hallelujah, tabernacle and motherfucking praise I have with me today. Shagun B O B go keel. Who is the community liaison for the Edmonton two society up in Canada. How the fuck you doing today, girlfriend?Cheyenne: I'm doing wonderful. Thanks so [00:02:00] much for having me so excited to De'Vannon: be here. Hell yeah, this has been a long time. Come in. It has out here. So tell us who you are. I'm super excited. Y'all we're going to be focusing on native American, indigenous peoples a day and getting some head and all of that. What all the different terms are the struggles, the persecution of our native American indigenous people.I'm part native American myself. And so as you can see, you are full blood. And so tell us who you are and what you I'm not Cheyenne: full-blood no, I'm not full-blood. So I'll just introduce myself in my indigenous language. So Cheyenne Mingo county and say godson I Ms. . So I said, hello, all my relatives.My name is Cheyenne NIGO, Q M, or amigo que equate, which is my ceremonial name. It means blood Eagle being and I am from [00:03:00] Edmonton up in treaty six territory in Canada. And I'm not full-blood indigenous, so I'm actually mixed. But I don't know my biological father. And so I have a whole half of my identity that I have no way to relate to.So I'm very focused on my indigeneity for that reason, because there's a cultural background that I'm missing in my life. And so it's really important for me to stay connected to the parts that I am aware of. And so on my mother's side, my maternal side I am from a tribe called the Woodlands Cree in Northern Alberta and treaty eight territory from a reserve called drift pal creation.I was born and raised here in Edmonton, just due to family stuff. And my, my grandmother raising her children away from the reserve very intentionally. And yeah, so I'm, I'm not full blood, but I'm half, not that, but all of that is blood quantum. Like if you have a drop in your, your, your indigenous.De'Vannon: Yeah. So you said she's a Woodland Cree, not to be confused with marble Cree, but[00:04:00]the multi-verse is huge. So you prefer they them, Cheyenne: I do. Yeah. And there's like a cultural reason for that. De'Vannon: What is it? What's the culture? Cheyenne: Well, I met, oh, it's broadly known as two-spirit. But within my, within my culture, cause two-spirit, we can talk a bit more about the intricacies of it. But two-spirit from my own understanding and learning my teaching from my nation.I am one of eight genders. And so that equation, which is part of my name, amigo Cahill, a quail that means like neither man or woman, but all of the genders in one. And so I use they them pronouns to honor that my culture and my gender are inherently tied to each other. And it helps me as a way of stepping outside that binary of man and woman and being a little closer to my cultural.De'Vannon: Okay. So then if someone says like how I did a few seconds ago, like, Hey girl, is that like the wrong? Well, Cheyenne: [00:05:00] I really liked like girl, like when it's like super sassy for me personally, and I can't speak for all, like two-spirit people. Cause obviously I'm just one person from one nation. But like for me, I don't mind like a sassy girl, but I low as being called lady or woman or ma'am or like inherently feminine ones because I have like the female body people like impose that on me.And so I will very quiet, like plays, they not a girl or not a ma'am, but thank you. But when it's like girlfriend, like that's like sassy enough that I I'm cool with De'Vannon: that. Yeah. The games we can get away with anything. So she likes her a good gay girl. Hey girl.Cheyenne: And if I'm in ceremony, like that's like the one spot too, where I'm like, if, if a, if an elder who's running the ceremony, he uses, he, him pronouns for me. That's how that person is seeing me in that ceremony. And so then that's, that's okay. I'm okay with that in a ceremonial context, within reason. De'Vannon: So when you say ceremony, okay.So is this like the Indian powwows that I used to go to where they've got [00:06:00] everything like that? It sounds like you're talking about some high spiritual person who's viewing you in a, through like a, an Oracle lens. So what, when you say ceremony would. Cheyenne: Yeah. So when I'm talking about ceremony so here in Canada, we don't tend to call ourselves Indians.That's like a very, more like American kind of way of speaking of indigeneity. But up here in Canada, our ceremonies, like particularly within my nation, again, I can't speak for all indigenous people because we're not a monolithic group. Right. We all have different teachings and ceremonial practices.But in my teachings a ceremony would be like, I think like a sweat lodge how else are ceremonial? But they've also kind of shifted into more of like a social gathering now. Other types of ceremony could be like a Sundance ceremony or a pipe ceremony a fasting ceremony, chicken dance ghost.There's lots of different kinds of ceremonies. De'Vannon: I know that's right. And we're going to get into lots of different kinds of things. So y'all heard her mentioned two-spirit [00:07:00] indigenous, you was saying the native American is kind of like, you know, an Americanization. The, the culture here. So so Cheyenne is going to break down to us like what two-spirit means in depth.What I wanna, I wanna, we're gonna find out that I want to know what in-between means in Digi queer, and is what the fuck, the differences between native versus indigenous and everything like that. Cause I don't want people looking at me fucking crazy when I address them. But before we get into that, I saw an article that came on on LGBTQ nation which is a great website to keep up with LGBTQ trends and they have a term called the culturalization and the article is talking about basically how.Education systems are low key whitewashing, native American indigenous children. They get them in there. They're cutting their hair as a different way. The things that they show them and everything like that, they're basically turning the native American, indigenous kids white and doing it undercover and have been getting [00:08:00] away with it.What do you think about. Cheyenne: Yeah, that's a big topic here in Canada right now. Because we have our own system of education that was imposed on indigenous children since the 18 hundreds. And that was the Indian residential school system here in Canada. And it was largely based off of the boarding schools that, that article that you're talking about.Highlights. I really recommend folks to go take a look at the article if you're not familiar with the process of deculturalization for students. So here in Canada, the, the idea was that if you took the children out of their home and put them into a school, you could disrupt control continuity. So what that means is you interrupt their learning of their traditional language, their belief systems you interrupt basically all of that cultural development that they would receive by living with their elders, living with their community.And that process in Canada was really, really, really violent. My own grandparents actually were in the residential school system. They both survived, but not without the long-term impacts [00:09:00] of that. So while it also does things like, you know, it helps you forget your language or helps you be ashamed of your indigeneity.Students were coming out of the schools with like sexual abuse, trauma, physical trauma. Some students didn't make it out of the school's life. And so that's where we're at now in Canada is the schools. They're starting to use ground penetrating radar to look into the school yards and finding unmarked graves like mass, unmarked graves, basically.And so of the, I think it's 136 schools here in Canada. They've only gone through a small portion of them, but many, many, many children are being found. And so actually I'm wearing a pin to. This orange pin here, this symbolizes the children who didn't make it home, that symbolizes all of the children who survived.And it's based off of a residential school survivor here in Canada named Phyllis Webb's dad. And she had gotten brought into the school with her little orange shirt. She was so proud and they took the school. The school took her shirt from her [00:10:00] and took away her pride and her dignity and replaced it with trauma.And so I do believe that that process of deculturalization is happening in the schools. And we say a lot now, like in Canada, the last school closed in 1996. But the process is still ongoing because you're seeing indigenous students face higher rates of bullying and suicide within schools than their non-indigenous counterparts.And if you add the like complexity of being queer on top of it, you're queer and indigenous you're like. You're just having like harder outcomes basically. So I think education is used as a way of really separating our students from their belief systems. And it's, it's, it's problematic to say the least, because as two-spirit people, we're, we're still trying to come back from the eraser that happened within Canada, the residential school system we've been here.So it's a hard topic to talk about, but yeah, apologies that I'm going to cough. I am still recovering from COVID. So, De'Vannon: honey, I'm glad you're alive. [00:11:00] Yeah. So I want to date, I appreciate your bonus and your willingness to talk about this difficult subject. I want to dig deeper into the deaths of these children.So let me be clear. The, the, so the kids are showing up in school. Are they getting murdered at the school or were they murdered, murdered somewhere else? Then they dumped the bodies at the school. Cheyenne: So historically the children were actually forced to leave their homes. There wasn't an option. So the RCMP, the Royal Canadian mounted police would come to the homes, take the children and bring them to the school.If the parents weren't going to give the children up, then the parents were imprisoned and the children were brought to school. So many children. Died trying to escape the schools. I'm trying to cross through Canadian terrain, which is obviously in winter, quite cold and harsh. And so was children died that way.But many children died in the schools at the hands of the priests and the nuns that were often running the school. So Catholic church, other denominations were running these schools across Canada. And stock was basically who [00:12:00] was incurring the abuse onto the children, but there was also a another level where the Canadian government authorized.Experimentation medical experimentation on the students, in the schools as well. So some students were being starved. Other students were having their nutrients kind of like being toyed with so that they could figure out how different nutrients impact the body. And they did that on the students, in the schools.So some students died just simply malnutrition not being fed enough or the conditions in the schools were, were quite terrible as well. Like, like quite deplorable you know, very drafty, no weather protection and the nurse, the, the, the nuns and the priests, they good, they were taken care of, but the children yeah, and, and a lot of sexual abuse too.And there's a lot of stories of priests impregnating young women in the schools and then the babies being taken and, and burned in furnaces. So those are bodies that will never recover. But some of the bodies are marked like some of the graves are. And you can find them in records, but a lot of the bodies [00:13:00] are not written or documented anywhere.And there are residential school survivors who never saw their families come out of the schools or saw their families die in the schools and, and know that their bodies will never be found. So it's, you know, a lot of it was at the hands of the people who were running the schools. De'Vannon: I really hate the Catholic church.Cheyenne: It's yeah, it's, it's a hard thing. De'Vannon: I, I, I don't really hate very many things in this life, but th the, then the destruction that churches, denominations of religions, cause this is just load some is the testable is one of the things that I cry out to God. I cry out against churches and denominations.I pray about this, you know, all the time, you know, because who else can really do anything about an organization say as the largest Catholic church or mega churches. So I pray to God specifically for him to do [00:14:00] something about these churches and these preachers that have gone book damn wild, drunk with power, and they have no accountability.They fear nothing. And and I suppose, I think, cause they have a lot of money or whatever the case may be. Don't know, but that, that that's that bullshit right there. It really, really pisses me off, you know, these priests nuns. And I'll tell you the megachurches again, you know, we're supposed to be, would go to these people for a sense of security and help, and everything is supposed to be all right.If it's wrong, everywhere else in the world is supposed to be right when we're in the house of the Lord or in front of somebody who's supposedly his representative or ambassador not getting raped, beat starved. You know, down here kicked out a church for not being straight or fired from volunteering or not being straight the way churches just handle people.I don't attack churches for like having money and stuff like that. Everyone else is already doing [00:15:00] that. I don't want to turn into the guy who's trying to control them, which is the problem I have with them as the way they want to control what the people. So if you want to make money, if people are silly enough to sit there and give it to you and keep buying your books, your regurgitated sermons, and all of that, okay, that's your, you ground, you selling something to another grown person that's on y'all with the abuse of the people that they're trying to conversion therapy, people trying to con you know, make people change to be accepted.And all of that is what I go after the church fourth, the way they treat people in that, that bullshit right there. What you're talking about is absolutely terrible. How, how many years back are these bodies being found? How long ago was. Cheyenne: Well, the first school was in the 18 hundreds, the ground penetrating radar.That was just over a year ago that they started doing this. So the first school was, I don't know the exact date. I apologize. But yeah, it was just last year that they did the first school. And then now where there's just funding happening for all of these different, smaller nations [00:16:00] to also start the process.But the last school closed in 1996. I was already like 10 years old at that point. Right. Like I was alive. If I would've grown up on the reserve, I could have gone to a residential school. I have friends who went to residential schools or went to day schools. Right. A lot of the elders that we work with went through this process as well.So it's fresh. It's, it's like, you think it's from the 18 hundreds, but it's, it's really not like it's, it's fresh in our minds and our hearts. De'Vannon: So these schools were on the reservation. They were not. Cheyenne: They weren't public. Some of them were day schools on the reserve where students just went in for the day and came back out.But the majority of the schools were on the reserve or near the reserve. Sometimes they would be multiple reserves attending one school. And like the earlier schools that we were developed, it's not like how Canada is now, where, you know, we we're, we're quite colonized at this point. And so there's a lot of settlements all over the country.Right. But at that point, Canada was largely empty land. Right. So the schools would be between reserves or settlements. [00:17:00] Yeah. And like they were weren't, they weren't necessarily public, like for non I don't, I'm not aware of non-indigenous students attending the schools unless they were inherently related to the church or the people running the schools.De'Vannon: So then I'm curious. So there was Catholic influence there. What history, how is the Catholic church in native American indigenous people intertwined in the first. Cheyenne: Yeah, well, because the government was working directly with the church, right? So the government developed a document in 1876 called the Indian act and the Indian act is still in progress today was still, still guided by this policy.And it basically the Canadian government gave themselves authority over indigenous peoples. So it determines that indigenous peoples are clearly incompetent of taking care of themselves there and colonized or uncivilized. We need to you know, eradicate them. Basically. They wanted to kill the savages.There's like documentation from the earlier government [00:18:00] of how they wanted to do this. And part of that process was in collaboration with the church. So having the church run, these schools was a way of, Hey, we're moving the government, right? They're not, they're having to provide more staff. But also that indoctrination process, right, because the Canadian government at that time, I was coming from Europe.And so a lot of what they did was based around their religion, very, very Eurocentric religious kind of ideologies that were running these political movements. And so that's kind of how it got intertwined. And there was like a really contentious history now with indigenous people and the church, because the church ran these schools for so long.And so people like my grandmother while she was alive, you know, I couldn't get her to go to a pipe ceremony with me. We didn't go to sweat lodges. She went to church, like she went to church religiously. She was in church every Sunday. I sang in the choir for like a few years before I realized, what am I doing here?Like this isn't for me. And I miss my grandmother. I love my grandmother, but I basically had to recently stop celebrating anything, tied to religion [00:19:00] holidays. Like I don't do Christmas. I don't do Easter. If it's tied to a religion I'm not interested. And that's a way of me honoring my grandmother.Because she was so religious, but that was like that cultural indoctrination, right? The religious indoctrination that she experienced from being in the schools for 12 years. Right. And she didn't talk about the abuse or the violence, but we experienced it in our family that was passed on to us. So I think that's why the religion aspect is tied to us.A lot of our indigenous peoples still honor religion in, in a way that makes sense for them. And that's up to them. We can't say you shouldn't do that because the, the church did this, right. It's a, you know, autonomous decision. But for me personally, as an indigenous person, I don't see how I could honestly honor a religion that caused so much harm in my family.That I'm still feeling the effects of that might generations beyond me will still continue to feel. De'Vannon: So I'm a little confused. So she, you started, you're telling me she was an avid church goer, but she was abused by the, by the church. Yeah. Cheyenne: Yeah. That's, that's how deep some of that trauma is. That's how deep [00:20:00] some of that pain is like.And like I say, hers, her, her experiences in the schools, she wouldn't talk about. She, she, she adamantly the only thing she talked about was the babies being thrown in the furnace basically. De'Vannon: But if, but if her pain came from the religious people, why would she still go to the religious place? Cheyenne: I wish he was alive.So I could ask her because that's something I've been struggling with my whole life. I don't understand how people who have this experience and their families can turn to the church for comfort or for kindness. And, and a lot of indigenous people who will celebrate in religion will like very adamantly speak up about it.Like, you know, they are very much, we had had experienced with an individual recently who works for a very well-known organization for a group called the Maytee, which is a group of indigenous peoples here in Canada. And at one point this individual said, you know, I'm not to spirit. I believe in God, I don't go to ceremony.And he was like in a space full of two-spirit people. And we were like, [00:21:00] what is happening right now? Like, it's so it, I wish I had the answer to that. I don't know. And I think that just goes to how deep some of, some of that internalization and that shame of being indigenous really goes, that comes from having those experiences that you do in the school.De'Vannon: No, At the end of the damn day, all we need is God. I believe in the Trinity. I'm not naive. I know not, everybody's going to believe in God, Jesus Christ in the holy ghost. And I don't really care. I just, but I can only say about me. And so and I don't think anyone's less than me or they're going to burn up and go to hell or anything like that.If they don't believe, like, I believe we just believe differently into story done. I say it all the time. I love hanging out with the Buddhist temple because I like being around other ball bitches. Like me it's fucking the brain. So they had great vegetarian food. So I flux and everything like that, but I'm clear on what I stand for.They don't try to make me worship that that day as Buddha statue they have in the temple, you know, that I don't have to bow to it or anything like that. It's a [00:22:00] very comfortable space and they don't judge me. I don't judge them. We just share thoughts. And so at the end of the day, Oh, I feel like only thing I need is God, you know, my personal relationship with him when I die and everything like that, it's just going to be him.There's not going to be a church. The stand before the judgment throne with me, there's not going to be a dogma or a doctrine or a choir at least not an earthly choir, you know, or anything like that. Do you know the, one of the main pillars of my ministry, Cheyenne, is to get people off of this church and religion and pass their preacher worship leader conference, going book, buying addiction that people have to these organizations and things like that.A lot of it is rooted in fear. They felt like they don't go to church. They're going to burn up and go to hell. And so then I tell these people, where did you get this belief from? Who told you that the person who wants you to keep coming to church? So, you know, I encourage people to do their own research across religions.[00:23:00]And especially the Hebrew Bible to learn how to read the original languages. I'm getting ready to do a show. I'm going to get really deep into exactly who in the fuck interprets the Bible, you know, and things likein it. And I'm like the masses are not represented. And so I don't blame you for saying, fuck Christmas, fuck Easter. You know, Christmas is just a greedy ass holiday buck, an Easter bunnies and chicken eggs. What the hell does that have to do with anything? And so I don't feel like we should have to have a holiday to remind us the worship price or to remind us of his sacrifice is better than nothing at Vanguard for the people who only go to church on Christmas and Easter for fuck's sake, it's better than nothing.You know, I, it was only, it's only been one. Tom. And my life that I have been to someone's house with this was when I was in the military and I wasn't able to come home for leave. [00:24:00] I think it was Thanksgiving where some were where the family who was running, this actually went around the table that acknowledged the reason for the holiday and gave us a chance to express gratitude everywhere else.I've been no matter whose house has been labor day, Memorial day, 4th of July, Christmas, Easter, new year's or whatever. It's just food, alcohol, whatever nobody ever stops to pray for the veterans who died to give you the holiday to say a prayer to Jesus or nothing is just consuming and consumption and more greed.And I don't sound bitter because this is the truth. Isn't, as I'm saying this, how many holidays festivals, people who are listening when you go for labor day, weekend, 4th of July, things that are centered around veterans dying, you know, so that you can have. The holiday. When do you ever give thanks to the veterans, the people who have died, when do you pray for the people who are in the military or anything like that?Do you donate to the veteran service organizations, the disabled American veterans, the DAV, or the American Legion? [00:25:00] What do you do on veteran holidays besides get fucked?Cheyenne: One Thanksgiving to the indigenous people who lost their lives so that you could have the land that you're on now. Right? Like the Thanksgiving is another one. Again, our Thanksgiving here in Canada is a little different because ours isn't centered around pilgrims and all of that, ours is centered around the harvest.And so we're getting thanks to the lens, the abundance that we're getting from the land. Whereas I think your Thanksgiving is based on cultural genocide, right? So it's a bit of a different I think I know there's a big push now for Thanksgiving to be shifted into. Right. I'm thinking more Columbus day as well as the other one.Both of those holidays, I think, are quite contentious in, in your part. Not so much here in Canada, but the two often get quite confused, right. There was no border prior to colonization. Right. That's and I guess that's where the American thing comes from. Yeah. De'Vannon: So yeah, so they're starting to call Thanksgiving [00:26:00] friends giving down here instead of Thanksgiving.I want to say maybe Joe Biden started that or something. You know, our current president. I'm not don't quote me on that, but I think something like that may have come out of the white house, but it's friends giving now. So we're not even calling it Thanksgiving anymore. It's over. It's done with and you have fuck Columbus.Y'all, don't have a fuck Columbus attitude up there. Cheyenne: Don't De'Vannon: do any shit at all. Okay. Cheyenne: We have other we have other like leaders, more of the political side of things, as opposed to like the explorers. So one of the big, like, fuck you people right now is John ate. McDonald's like, fuck that guy. He was candidate.Prime minister. And he was the one who signed a lot of those documents that took the children from their home that forced indigenous people to live this whole new way of being and knowing. Right. So, yeah, fuck that guy like, and Ryerson that's another one. Fuck that guy too. They recently had an event in, in Toronto and they [00:27:00] went to the Ryerson university and they took his fucking head off the statue.And that, that statue head now lives in an indigenous land camp where they're fighting for, for their land. Yeah, it's interesting times here in Canada, but yeah, we we've got different, different leaders that were like, no, fuck that guy. That guy sucks. Like, why are we honoring Johnny McDonald like that?Because the douche bag, he's the OG douchebag like,De'Vannon: oh, gee deuce bag. That's not a title we want. Cheyenne: I know, I think I'll pass on that title. De'Vannon: So, so colonization is something you've mentioned that. So that's basically like our deep, culturalization the way they're trying to turn the indigenous and native American kids. White, low key is colonization. It's the same thing, right?I Cheyenne: would say like, deculturalization deculturalization is like a process of decolonization, right? It's like it's a, it's a piece of the whole deep colonization process, if that makes sense. [00:28:00]De'Vannon: So have you heard of replacement theory yet? Cheyenne: I don't think so. De'Vannon: There's something that's happening down here right now.I'm going to send you a, since we're talking about the evil shit, white people. Right now this, if it's into the conversation, I wasn't going to bring this up, but we just had a shooting down here likely in the last couple of days, I want to say maybe Buffalo, New York or something like that. This fucking white kid went, took his ass online and research places where black people are known to be.If he took his time they were saying on the morning, Joe show on MSNBC this morning that he he went the day before to like the school or mall or church or whatever it was to case the place. And he went there a few hours before the shooting. And then he took out like 10 people. I think he killed like 10 people or something like that.And that's, that's an ongoing story, but you know, this is a white person in these, and he read the manifestos of previous serial of mass shooting people and stuff like that [00:29:00] before. So it was going on down here in the United States. We have all of these white people who feel like they're fearing that they're going to be replaced by everything.Not. And so this whole replacement theory that of nonwhite people should be eliminated in the white people should take over. But what do you think about that theory is as a thing and it's happening now? Cheyenne: Yeah, that my heart goes out to all the people that were impacted by that, but it's just so sad replay like that.It's just so ridiculous. There are a lot of white people in the world. White people have the monopoly on like so much, you know? I, I, yeah, I, it honestly blows my mind that people, I wonder how somebody gets to that point and I have empathy for that person in that he is so wrapped up in this delusion that's like basically just guided by racism, right?Like just, just call it what it is. It's a hate crime. He was a white guy, intentionally targeting a black [00:30:00] community. Right. Like if you're that diluted about skin color, like melanin, like you just have more melanin in your skin then than him. Like, I don't understand. Yeah, I honestly, I'm a little, I'm a little out of words for that one, because it's just, so it's just so out there, like replace in theory, it's.It feels like it's a direct attack on critical race theory, right? Like it's like almost like the, the extremist alternative to critical race theory. But it's like obviously going in the wrong direction. De'Vannon: Well, you know, the Republicans are behind that sort of thing, even though they don't want to say it because that same guy who wouldn't shout of all these people, like I think a year ago he had, he was in a mental health institution for a reason.And there is a law that they could have used for ban him from buying a done and they didn't do it. So he had illegally purchased gun that he modified using some tools from his dad's shed. But the point is somebody who was, who are they? Mental health patient [00:31:00] was allowed to legally purchase a gun who has now killed people and see the white Republicans here don't want strict gun laws.Cheyenne: Right. That's a whole other conversation. We could do a whole podcast on just that. De'Vannon: So y'all, don't hear her for like Democrats and Republicans in Canada. What do you Cheyenne: have? Yeah, like liberals and conservatives, which is like basically the same thing. Like a lot of our leaders. Have, you know, models off of American Republicans.The province that I live in Alberta, we have a premier. His name is Jason Kenney, and this is me taking off my work hat and putting on just my own personal hat because it's nonpartisan. Jason Kenney is also a douchebag and he doesn't really care about much of anybody. So his handling of the pandemic has been terrible the way he honors he's just very fake kind of person, but.Very much like a mini Stephen Harper who was a prime minister and here in Canada for many years, very conservative. And [00:32:00] that individual is very in with a lot of the Republicans in the states. So you know, a lot of our laws here we're, we're really curious about what's going to happen with the overturning of the row because that could also trickle up here in Canada.A lot of what happens in the states impacts is impacted in Canada. And you wouldn't think, but again, borders are imaginary, right? And Canadians aren't that far removed from American politics, unfortunately. De'Vannon: Oh for fuck's sake. I know, I think about this Cheyenne so much, you know, the way white people greet people of every race, but it seems to be heavily white, you know, because the rest of us, you know, we don't, we're not coming from generations of wealth and shit like that, you know?So we're not so comfortable that we have time to go fucking with other people. You know, we're still, we're trying to keep, get, keep our own shit together. This is a comfort and luxury. That's typical for like white people. They've been financially comfortable, so long, medically taken care of [00:33:00]accepted everywhere they go.So they have time to try to attack other people and take them down. When you're trying to build up yourself, your family, your energy is going towards, self-improvement not towards trying to tell a woman what to do with her body or try, you know, not trying to tell people they can or can't get married. We don't have the time.We're too busy trying to survive and come up ourselves. Cheyenne: We're just trying to survive literally. De'Vannon: But in the grand scheme of eternity, You know, the Lord said, what, what does it profit a man to gain the whole world and the lose his soul. These people act like that judgment day is never going to come for them or is not going to come at all.Maybe they can build a colony on Mars and skip out on the return of Jesus, you know, can kind of watch it from afar or whatever the fuck they think they're going to be able to do with all these space missions and shit. But but you know, the way they add it has no eternity in the, in the scope. In the perspective, there isn't no eternity, you can't treat people the way these white [00:34:00] people treat people and think you're going to die and have a peaceful afterlife.So it's shortsighted. If I was the devil, I would totally try to trick people into being racist. And I'm a thoughtfulness and hateful in any way, shape or form. And to get them to focus on the things of this. You have rich people who are stepping on people to get even richer. Well, bitch, you can already buy whatever you want.Why the fuck do you want more money? Even if you have to hurt people to get it, you know, it's shortsighted. So you might get all of that here, you know, and you die. And you'd be like the Richard Guy in the Bible, you know, who turned away the people. And then he died and went to hell, you know, what is the point?You know, you can't take it with you. Why so much struggling in this life on things that are going to be temporary anyway. Cheyenne: Yeah. And so much disregard for the humanity and in your peers around you, right? Like at some point money, this overrides so much common sense. [00:35:00] Ridiculous. Yeah. Capitalism. De'Vannon: It's just foolish it testifies against them that they already have it.You know? And then I'm gonna say this about the mega churches and then we'll get into the definitions of things. You know, the book of Jeremiah it It speaks about how, let me see specifically, I can't think of the damn chapter. It's like Jeremiah 21 or 22. And it talks about how God is angry with pastors who, who dismiss people or who just keep on plodding along with their success.And if they lose a member or a sheep or, you know, they hurt people and they don't go to try to make it right. You know, you know, just treat them as collateral damage, you know, just, you know, just a part of doing business. You can't save everyone, but the Lord is not that way. He wants you to stop the whole.To go and get that one loss sheet, not [00:36:00] just keep on trucking along, you know, writing more books and more sermons than selling more music, more worship albums and all the stuff that they do and more tapes and expanding your media empire and getting richer. But you know, you have people, you have churches have caused damage to people.They don't apologize for it. They don't do anything to make it. Right. And that is not okay. Cheyenne: Well, we just got an apology from the Pope. I don't know if you follow that. So there was a group of delegates first nations Maytee and Intuit. So those are our free, like overarching indigenous groups here in Canada, first nation, maintain and unit.And then there's different subgroups within those it's gets complicated. There's lots of indigenous people. Anyways, we had done. Go to the Vatican recently, it was all over the news where they basically we're going to bring their stories to the Pope. It was like kindness. The way Canada has a big history of apologizing for things that they do.You know, they've apologized for many things over the years. The residential schools and all there were all sorts of stuff. [00:37:00] But these delegates were hoping to have, you know, some recognition, not only from the Pope, like not only an apology, but the Pope and the Vatican are holding onto documents. And those are what we were hoping to get was these documents, as well as all of the ceremonial items that were taken from indigenous people when our ceremonies were illegal here in Canada, which was for many years.And so none of those items that were stolen were returned, the documents weren't released, but the Pope did make an apology. But if you read the apology. The language that he used was very specific. He doesn't apologize for the church's involvement. He apologizes for certain individuals activities.And that is a cop-out because it's a way of absolving the entire church, including himself as the Pope, from what happened here in Canada. So apologies are one thing, but like, we need action, right? Like why isn't the Pope here in Canada and he's supposed to be making a trip actually in the coming, I think year it's supposed to be stopping here.It had been Ted, but why isn't he going to these graveyards? Right? Why isn't he going to these quote unquote [00:38:00] schools? We're calling them schools, but they're like concentration camps. Why isn't he going to these, these, these grounds and seeing the bodies in the graves? Why isn't he helping dig? Do you know what I mean?Like, he's never going to do that cause he's a million years old, but that's besides the point is that we got this like apology, but even the apology itself is so convoluted. If from a linguistic perspective, if you break apart the apology, it doesn't mean anything. It's, it's nothing, it's nothing. So yeah, and, and there was a specific.Around two-spirit people like where's the apology for us in particular, right? Because there is a bit of a different impact for two-spirit people specifically here in Canada, De'Vannon: the poke and go fuck himself. Like I literally don't give a damn about the Pope, the Catholic church, and none of that idol worshiping convoluted, religiously diluted and watered down.And Krokus shit that the Catholic church is, you know, just, just, I mean their [00:39:00] amount of like angel worship and stuff like that. Is just, okay. You know, the Hebrew brothers tells us not to pray to angels and when angels would come only to, there's only two names of angels in the typical recorded Bible and that's Michael and Gabriel, the other angels did not give their names.And so I don't know where these people get all of these angels names from and everything like that. And they're praying all of these saints. I mean, offering prayers up to everyone, but God, and I'm all like, Okay. Okay.Jesus said pray to him and him alone. Not the Virgin. Mary, not St. Jude, not Felicia, our trough on Ark Kendrick or whoever else you, you who fucking dead, you know? Cheyenne: Yeah. When I pray, I always say I pray to my ancestors. I prayed to the creator as well, but I don't really know who created me or what that is, [00:40:00] but I have ancestors and I know that they were real and I know that they lived because I'm here and I'm alive.And so that's who I pray to. Cause they're still, they're guiding me and supporting me and loving me. Yeah, I think prayer can be a very like personal thing. Right. And you're right. Like a lot of times it is watered down. Do your prayers before bed, like what does that even mean? Or where's the intention, right?De'Vannon: I agree with what you're saying. I get from a native American perspective, it reminds me of a lot of how it is in Asia, Nina, where they pray to their ancestors, do what you gotta do. But I'm saying if you're going to claim a division of Christianity and tie directly to the Trinity and the Trinity has told you to create to no one, but the father, then you're doing wrong.You, you know, what you're doing is not Christian strictly in the religious I'm talking about in the E and E in the east and Asia are not, you know, Christians specifically like say at the Buddhist symbol, when I go there, they have like a whole altar and everything to the ancestors and stuff. Okay. Pray to your ancestors, but you're not [00:41:00] claiming to follow Jesus Christ in the first place.I would think if you're going to follow him, they act like who you're following, but the Catholic church as a whole. Hodgepodge the whole, then the, all the fucking rules they have. 'em all like we wouldn't have fuck came up with this. And so everyone went to the next shit changes with the wave of his hand.I'm all like at each on of them is supposed to be infallible or whatever the fuck, I don't know, go to HBO. Max, do law, sexy ass. There's a series on that. He called the young Pope and the new Pope. It is interesting as fuck. And everybody, all the down to the poker, smoking cigarettes and shit, and people are fucking everything.And they're really telling you what life is like behind the Vatican and the police in the Vatican and the political scandals and the bullshit and the secrets and the priests fucking, the alter boys and everything like that. Yeah, it's all in there. That shit is good. [00:42:00] Okay. So tell us two spirit. You've talked about it.You're going to go through the definition it's defined to spirit go. Cheyenne: I can't. So the word two-spirit the idea of being two-spirit is that it is generally an indigenous person who is part of like who is gender or sexually diverse. And so the term two-spirit actually is really just a placeholder term.It was developed in it actually came to an elder. Her name is Myra Laramie and she had a pipe vision. So she was in a ceremony, lifting a pipe and you know, saying her prayers, whoever she praised to, I don't know. But in her prayers, she, you know, was asking for some guidance because she was starting to do this work with indigenous queer and trans people and being like, how can we unite us?Because the impacts from residential schools meant that our community was really divided. Folks were like, you know, internalized homophobia, internalized [00:43:00] transphobia. So it was a very underground movement. And there was just, you know, they needed more. And so she received this word. It's an initial, initial nob bay more Winward and it's a niche money dialogue, and that's literal translation is two-spirit.So she brought this that was in 1996. And she brought that term to or 1990, sorry, I'm getting my dates wrong. Anyways. She brought it to the native American gay and lesbian conference. It was their third annual one in Winnipeg, and there was a number of queer and trans indigenous leaders who I look up to now as a two-spirit person.But folks like Barbara brew is Beverly Little thunder and Albert McCloud. And these individuals gathered at the conference and were like, we need a term that helps us to unify our. It is a term that folks can use while they're reconnecting to their own indigenous languages. And it's like, basically something that is there for the [00:44:00] youth, right?Like what is, what is, what can we do? And she said, well, you know, I had this pipe ceremony, like I had this vision and niche money dog is the word that came to me. And so they kind of decided as a group that this would be a term that they would start using. Recognizing that really what we want folks to do is reconnect to their own indigenous language because that's where you start to get into the complexities of what it means to be two-spirit within your own cultural identity.So when I say that, I can't define it. It's because my teachings as a Cree person are going to be different as somebody who's done a Stony SU Navajo, right? Like, so what being two-spirit means to me comes with an own, my own cultural definition. And so that's going to look differently to different people in different nations.And it really depends on how far into your journey you are, how connected. And you are to your community, your culture, your teachings, but also recognizing that a lot of these teachings have been impacted by the residential school system, by the church. Right. And so you have teachings that even seep into our ceremonies now, right.And that's a whole other, we can, we can get into that topic, but so that's kind of how the term [00:45:00] two-spirit was. Developed. And it's, you know, that native American gay and lesbian conference is still happening. They're going to have the 35th annual conference this year and it's now called the international two-spirit gathering.And we hosted it. They had been to two spirits society hosted it last year. So it was really nice to be part of that little piece of history. There's also a lot of roots within HIV advocacy. That that group was originally doing back in the nineties. And so, yeah, it's been a bit of a journey, but really there was a term that was being used because when the settlers arrived, there was a really negative term and it's called Burdoch.And that was a term that was imposed on any gender and sexually diverse person. And it was used as like a, as a slur. So they were like, how do we get away from this damn slur? How do we get a word that's going to empower us and, and support the growth of our community? So that's kind of where a two-spirit spirit comes from.De'Vannon: Oh, shit. I Cheyenne: know even just that one question alone. Good luck. De'Vannon: Well, the, the spectrum, all of that, but maybe you let me have it. And that's [00:46:00]what dos, so when you say this, this lady who received the term two spirit and a vision was raising Piper, are you telling me she was smoking and getting high or something?Was she smoking out of the pipe? Was that, is that what Cheyenne: it is? Yeah, we don't like throw like PCP or whatever in our pipes. Like, again, I don't know what she does in her culture. She might use drugs in her, in her ceremonies. I don't know, but generally a pipe ceremony a pipe is a sacred piece and a tobacco is a medicine in our culture.And so when we put the tobacco tobacco into the pipe or communicating with creator, we're communicating with our ancestors, we're setting an intention in the circle and anybody that's in that circle, you're, you're unified together. And it's really just a way of bringing your prayer. Up and out, and as you smoke, you're inhaling that medicine and you don't have to inhale.You can just hold the pipe to your heart or to your heads. But it's just the process of being in a circle with each other in a ceremony with each other is really important. De'Vannon: That's sounds interesting. [00:47:00] Sounds very sincere, has a very sincere spirit about it. So you hear people like how Cheyenne is talking about.The LGBTQ a to S conferences and things like that. I don't, you know, there may come a time. I guess some conservative people might listen to my show. This is not a conservative show by any stretch of the fucking imagination, not even the least, but it is open to people who might be interested in ulterior or alternative perspectives other than their own.So you see not everything about the gay culture is whatever it is. That's bad about us, that they think we're not just having origins and shooting up crystal meth and taking it up the ass all the time. You know, there's conferences, there's intelligent things that we do. We contribute to society. You know, I say that specifically because when I got kicked out of Lakewood church in Houston, Texas, we're not being straight.Once they found [00:48:00] out, you know, my MySpace page that I was hanging out with Montrose in the gay district and Houston, the lady from who was over the kids, quiet. I'll never forget her fucking words, that fucking cunt. And and I only use con if it's really warranted and she's a fucking cunt and she was kicking me out, she was all like referring to the gay district of Houston.She was like, you can't be doing that. Hanging out there with those people.Wait, wait, what the fuck do you think we're doing? Oh, wait, you have never been okay.Cheyenne: And it's common here too. Like with specific, like, particularly with the two-spirit community a lot of that, like stigma and shame that people experienced and learned from the residential school system is like now in our own communities. So the work that we're doing at Edmonton two-spirit society, Is really trying to reconnect to our own indigenous communities because the two S [00:49:00] LGBTQ community, they, they honor us.They respect us. They brought us in, right. Like we don't have to justify ourselves as much people don't understand. So there's still a lot of learning that has to happen. But in indigenous basis, they're like, well, like there's, these are new teachings. This two-spirit doesn't even mean anything. It's a new term.You know, and like, like those you're just gay. You're just trans like, you know, there's like almost like an alienation of us within our own indigenous spaces. And that's like that whole residential school piece, that's still coming from religion really. De'Vannon: Okay. So explain to me the difference in between native American and Indian.Cheyenne: Yeah. So I use the term native American partially because the term American is a colonial word. The idea that America is these three separate areas. Cause I also include south America as part of the America's right. We use the term turtle island. And so turtle island is basically Canada [00:50:00] United States and all the way down from the top to the tip that's turtle island.And so we use that there's there's stories and beliefs around that, that I'm not going to get into very cultural stuff. But you know, turtle island the fact that we're from this land. Predates the people who came and brought the term America to us. Right. And so here in Canada, a lot of people will say native or, or indigenous first nations, Maytee it?They don't really use native American up here. And I think that's, again, that's that, that separation of Canada versus America, right? Like we don't see ourselves as, as American we're Canadian. And so a lot of people, I can't speak for all indigenous people. Obviously I'm one guy, like I'm just one person.But for me personally, that's how I perceive it. Is that like, I'm not from America, I'm from the land I'm from, I'm from this space. This is my home. And so I'm, I'm indigenous to this land. I'm from this land, this land is mine. And so I don't see myself as an American or Canadian even I'm I'm, I'm Cree first and foremost.I'm [00:51:00] Nikki out. That's that's the Cree word. How we say in the metalanguage De'Vannon: NICU, here's the people who know exactly who the fuck they are. No question was in your voice. You said. I know who the fuck I am.Cheyenne: I'm I'm so grateful that I grew up in Canada of all the places in the world. I didn't grow up knowing war. I didn't grow up knowing, like I grew up in a home that was very violent. I grew up with abuse and, and not having a lot of money, but, you know, I was never starving. I didn't have to struggle for water.You know, like I don't have to there's things that like, that I'm privileged. I carry a lot of privilege being born in a country like Canada. And I honor that, and I recognize that, but I also honor and recognize the flip side of that, that being indigenous in Canada. Is meaning growing up in violence, that means you were born with grief because of the whole history.Right. And we don't have a say in [00:52:00] that. It wasn't my choice. It wasn't my decision to grow up with that pain and the violence in my family. Right. And that's something that I'm actively working against to, to break that cycle and to, to live in what we say a good way. And yeah, so I, I, it's taken a long time to know who I am and I'm still on that path.I'm still on that journey, but I can say it with confidence, like, yeah, I'm, I'm indigenous and I'm, and I'm out of De'Vannon: that. I own that. So indigenous is the purest. Form because when native American has the American in it, and what I'm hearing you say is, well, we not American because we were here first. So indigenous is really the purest of the two.Yeah. I Cheyenne: don't know purist. I don't know if that's the word that I would use, but for me personally, that's how I, and again, you might talk to a different indigenous person, like, especially in, in America where they often refer themselves to Indian, like Indian is, is a, is a word that's owned and used. And I don't personally understand why they use that, particularly elders.I think he was not in the states. Here that's like a slur. Like it's like, you know, the Indian act like it's literally a part of our history that [00:53:00] is still controlling us, still defining us. Right. So like, I'm literally. In engulfed in Canadian politics just by being born, because I'm part of that document.My life is guided by that document. Right. So Indian here has like a negative connotation. We don't have typically use it. Native is like as a, a very common one, but I think indigenous is, is more and more being used. De'Vannon: Okay. Tell me what is in between me. Cheyenne: Yeah. So in between. Speaking for my own personal context.Cause I can't speak for all two-spirit people. And also recognizing that I'm not an elder or an old carrier the in between is just kind of how I've always seen myself. So we actually have eight genders in my culture. And you know, one of those genders is the in-between people. The test you went and walk and the tests you went and walk are a group of people who can like walk between men and women's worlds.You know, but they're there in the center of it. And so my whole life, I was like, I don't feel like quite like a man. [00:54:00] So quite like a woman, I didn't have terms for gender growing up. I always kind of knew. I was like, like queer. Like I was, I was bisexual at 14. Like, you know, I was doing nothing. Now I identify as like, if I use a colonial term it's more pansexual, right?Like I've, but I never had language for gender growing up. And because I didn't grow up in my culture, our family was so impacted by the residential school system that we didn't grow up, going to ceremony. We went to like powwows and round dances, but I didn't grow up on the land. I don't know how to hunt.I don't know how to like, you know, like I, I'm not a pipe carrier. I don't do any of these things. I'm just learning. And I'm just learning my traditional language now. But like, historically I've always felt like I'm just like in this, in this in-between space, I don't know how else to describe it. Like, and I was also adopted at a young age, so it was adopted by my biological mom's biological sister.So I was raised by my aunt and uncle, and that's where I love them. We've come past this now, but that's where a lot of the violence that I was raised with came from them. And so my whole life I've been between my biological mom's family and my [00:55:00] biological aunt's family. And I've always felt like that in between person.So when I started to go. Path of cultural reclamation and learning about my indigeneity from a Cree context. And I learned that there was a gen, like there's a whole group of people that are honored for being in between of, of everything. And if you think of in Cree culture, we, we honor the circle, right?Does the circle of life, the sun, the moon, we all know the circle. And so the in-between person is kind of in the center of the circle and it's not like a power thing. It's not like a privilege thing. It's just a holding the balance. Right. And you need to have somebody there holding it all together.So that's kind of, for me, where it comes from being an being part of the in-between. But I think it really kind of is other people might have different perspectives of that. De'Vannon: Okay. Thank you for that breakdown. The last definition I need from you is individually. Cheyenne: Yeah. Okay. So when did you clear as another one of those ones?So not all indigenous two-spirit or, sorry, let me start again. Not all indigenous people who identify as queer or trans are two-spirit and not all two-spirit people [00:56:00] identify as spiritual sense, right. It really is a very personal process and it really does depend on what your cultural teachings are and how you carry yourself.And so indigent queer is another way of folks who maybe don't feel tied to that two-spirit term indigent queer as a way of honoring their queerness and their indigeneity. So it's just the two terms put together. I often include trans folks and other gender diverse folks within that label of queer, but you know, it doesn't always fit so into, to queer and trans is kind of another thing.It's just, you know, colloquial language that we use when talking about. And I think it's just kind of fun to saying, did you queer like, oh yeah, De'Vannon: I'm thankful for all of the variety, you know, so no one's left out and, you know, new terms of being. All the time. And so this, the beauty in this variety is something conservative assholes will never understand because they don't have happiness residing inside of their hearts.Cheyenne: Yeah. And that diversity, I think is really beautiful. Like I say, when I learned that there were eight genders in my, in my culture that like there's so much [00:57:00] diversity and that, that alone in those teachings it, it it's really empowering and uplifting to know that diversity is honored in my culture.And as I was learning about like our indigenous language, I'm still very new in learning my language. But as I was learning Nikki hallway, when the, the Cree language I was asking about kinship terms because kinship and family is really important in our community. And so there's words for like mother and father that are similar to aunt and uncle, but there's also kinship terms for honoring diversity in relationships.There was like kinship terms for multiple partners. And as a polyamorous person, I'm like even the diversity of how I love is honored in my language. And that's beautiful to me. So I love diversity. I, and I'm so glad. De'Vannon: You know, culture, this is not, you know, they embrace, you know, various sexual expressions Cheyenne: inherited.I mean, so I think like yeah, I, again, I can't speak for every nation [00:58:00] because we're not a monolithic group. And so I can only speak from a CRI perspective and from my own personal learnings. Diversity of so far. And, but there is an individual, his name is Harlan Pruden, highly recommend you look into his work.He's done a lot of research around language, indigenous languages around the world, not just in turtle island, but around the world that honors gender diversity. And there's over 130 unique terms for gender in different nations around the world. And that for me is like, again, beauty is that that diversity has always been there.And I think even though that's talking more specifically about gender, I think we can look at it from a sexuality perspective as well, because if you're in a gender split a particular gender role or filling a gender role in your, your community, but you're also representing as a different gender, right?Like if you're a born male and y

Cyclone Fanatic
X-Pod: Featuring Anthony Johnson

Cyclone Fanatic

Play Episode Listen Later May 25, 2022 39:21 Very Popular


Iowa State's star wide receiver Xavier Hutchinson interviews one of the greatest defensive backs in Cyclone Football history, Anthony Johnson in the first installment of the "X-Pod." Xavier's new podcast on the Cyclone Fanatic network is presented by our friends at the Iowa Events Center. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Mark's Gaming Den
Update on Show and Community thoughts

Mark's Gaming Den

Play Episode Listen Later May 25, 2022 11:56


An update on what's going on behind the scenes of the podcast and my thoughts on the community at the moment.  A big thank you to all the awesome Patreons: Tacoman, Edwin, James Bartlett, Robin Fahy Ben Ansell, Eric DeHaan, Dodo, Daniel Twinn Leon, Luke Cobby, Anthony Johnson, Daz Poz, Matthew Kelly, Craig Wood, Elliot Hanton, Sean, Nick Wilson, David Fairchild, Paul Hicken Jason Adams, Strokey, Ryan o Kane, John Levett, Shaun, John Smith, Brian, Philip Thompson, Wesley Shillingford

Weighing In
WEIGHING IN #253 | BLACHOWICZ VICTORY | STORLEY #ANDNEW | RUMBLE RETURNING

Weighing In

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 83:25


Big John and Josh recap UFC Vegas 54 and Blachowicz's win over Rakic, Bellator London and Logan Storley's title win over MVP, talk Anthony Johnson's health update and returning to MMA, boxing highlights from the weekend, Dustin Poirier, Michael Chandler, Nate Diaz Tweets and more. Watch WEIGHING IN XTRA here: https://www.youtube.com/c/WEIGHINGINXTRA Listen on iTunes: https://apple.co/37XsRQ9 Listen on Spotify: https://spoti.fi/3jSZSiZ Listen on Google Podcasts: https://bit.ly/3jKXV82 Sponsored by MyBookie - go to http://MyBookie.ag and use code WEIGHINGIN upon signup to bank some extra betting money. Visit http://BreatheFUM.com/WEIGHINGIN and use code WEIGHINGIN for 10% off. Get your WEIGHING IN tees at http://Weighinginpodcast.com. FOLLOW the team on Twitter and Instagram | @weighingin | @johnmccarthymma | @therealpunk | @podcastdave

Sammy And The Punk
WEIGHING IN #253 | BLACHOWICZ VICTORY | STORLEY #ANDNEW | RUMBLE RETURNING

Sammy And The Punk

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 83:25


Big John and Josh recap UFC Vegas 54 and Blachowicz's win over Rakic, Bellator London and Logan Storley's title win over MVP, talk Anthony Johnson's health update and returning to MMA, boxing highlights from the weekend, Dustin Poirier, Michael Chandler, Nate Diaz Tweets and more. Watch WEIGHING IN XTRA here: https://www.youtube.com/c/WEIGHINGINXTRA Listen on iTunes: https://apple.co/37XsRQ9 Listen on Spotify: https://spoti.fi/3jSZSiZ Listen on Google Podcasts: https://bit.ly/3jKXV82 Sponsored by MyBookie - go to http://MyBookie.ag and use code WEIGHINGIN upon signup to bank some extra betting money. Visit http://BreatheFUM.com/WEIGHINGIN and use code WEIGHINGIN for 10% off. Get your WEIGHING IN tees at http://Weighinginpodcast.com. FOLLOW the team on Twitter and Instagram | @weighingin | @johnmccarthymma | @therealpunk | @podcastdave

Personal Injury Marketing Mastermind
120. Anthony Johnson, Johnson Firm - Innovation and Disruption: How Tech is Driving the Legal Industry Forward

Personal Injury Marketing Mastermind

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 28, 2022 30:32


Visionary. Disruptor. Innovator. Chief Vision Officer of Stellium and founder of Johnson Law and Attorney Group, Anthony Johnson hit number one on Google places in Arkansas before ever trying a case. The self-described chaos architect was recently crowned 'techiest lawyer' by The Bar Association. On today's episode, I sat with Anthony to discuss how breaking with tradition has informed his career, opportunities for innovation in the legal space, and law firms of the future. What's in This Episode? Who is Anthony Johnson? How is the Attorney Group changing the legal industry? Where does Anthony see innovation and industry disruption? How does branding fit into data-driven response campaigns? What does the future of investing in law firms look like? How does Anthony use tech in his own firm and what is on the horizon?

Good Ole Podcast: A Virginia Athletics Podcast
Changing the narrative around the UVA defense featuring Virginia Cavaliers DB Anthony Johnson

Good Ole Podcast: A Virginia Athletics Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 29, 2022 24:34


On this week's episode Wahoos247's Jacquie Franciulli welcomes UVA defensive back Anthony Johnson to the show. He talks about how spring football is going, the changes he has seen under Tony Elliott, how fishing is a great metaphor for playing defensive back and more.

Built For The Stage Podcast
#149 - Eric Anthony Johnson - BEETLEJUICE

Built For The Stage Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 28, 2022 25:51


From Eric / @ericanthonyjohnson: I was born in Essexville, Michigan. Almost instantly, I had the power to destroy everything that came into my path; carpets, rugs, bottles of milk, you name it, I had somehow found a way to make it my own, or change it into something that meant more. Now I use the word destroy because that is exactly what I did, something that was once a simple coffee table meant more, to my 3 year old self, having my name carved into. Mother was not pleased with this "process." So, I was enrolled in gymnastics, then dance, then the community theater. For as we all know, play practice and rehearsal are cheaper than daycare. It is then that my addiction started. I was obsessed with everything that happened on a stage--dance, drama, singing, the occasional rollerblading/acrobatic routine... I simply could not get enough. In fact, my father built me a stage in our basement (which still exists). So, this was my life until I was 18 and carried my obsession to Boston, where I attended The Boston Conservatory to get my BFA in Musical Theatre performance. It was during my time at The Boston Conservatory where I realized that these hobbies I had growing up would become my livelihood. It's pretty great when you actually get to do what you love for a living. So, 4 years of college later, I set off to New York City, to try and make "The Dream" happen. It was in my first month of being in the city that I got an audition for the the revival of West Side Story that was already out on tour. I auditioned, had a callback, then another, and made it to the last day. Two weeks went by and I got a call that changed my life--I would be going on tour for the next year playing one of the Sharks and understudying some of the Jets! Cut to a few... uhhhh, several years later, and I've completed 5 Broadway tours, and will do a 6th later this year, countless regional gigs, I've worked with TONY winners, EMMY winners, been around the world, danced for hundreds of thousands of people, and somehow turned my experiences into an ever-changing teaching and choreography career. Now, I'm not done, and I don't intend to ever be done, but that's where I come from, and where I'm at now. I cannot speak for the future, but I think it will be the same thing that has been true the whole time--I will do awesome shit. XO, EAJ http://www.ericanthonyj.com/ https://builtforthestage.com/subscribe - $1 coaching for your first month + unlocking a 20% discount code on apparel! www.broadwaypodcastnetwork.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Built For The Stage Podcast
#149 - Eric Anthony Johnson - BEETLEJUICE

Built For The Stage Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 28, 2022 25:51


From Eric / @ericanthonyjohnson: I was born in Essexville, Michigan. Almost instantly, I had the power to destroy everything that came into my path; carpets, rugs, bottles of milk, you name it, I had somehow found a way to make it my own, or change it into something that meant more. Now I use the word destroy because that is exactly what I did, something that was once a simple coffee table meant more, to my 3 year old self, having my name carved into. Mother was not pleased with this "process." So, I was enrolled in gymnastics, then dance, then the community theater. For as we all know, play practice and rehearsal are cheaper than daycare. It is then that my addiction started. I was obsessed with everything that happened on a stage--dance, drama, singing, the occasional rollerblading/acrobatic routine... I simply could not get enough. In fact, my father built me a stage in our basement (which still exists). So, this was my life until I was 18 and carried my obsession to Boston, where I attended The Boston Conservatory to get my BFA in Musical Theatre performance. It was during my time at The Boston Conservatory where I realized that these hobbies I had growing up would become my livelihood. It's pretty great when you actually get to do what you love for a living. So, 4 years of college later, I set off to New York City, to try and make "The Dream" happen. It was in my first month of being in the city that I got an audition for the the revival of West Side Story that was already out on tour. I auditioned, had a callback, then another, and made it to the last day. Two weeks went by and I got a call that changed my life--I would be going on tour for the next year playing one of the Sharks and understudying some of the Jets! Cut to a few... uhhhh, several years later, and I've completed 5 Broadway tours, and will do a 6th later this year, countless regional gigs, I've worked with TONY winners, EMMY winners, been around the world, danced for hundreds of thousands of people, and somehow turned my experiences into an ever-changing teaching and choreography career. Now, I'm not done, and I don't intend to ever be done, but that's where I come from, and where I'm at now. I cannot speak for the future, but I think it will be the same thing that has been true the whole time--I will do awesome shit. XO, EAJ http://www.ericanthonyj.com/ https://builtforthestage.com/subscribe - $1 coaching for your first month + unlocking a 20% discount code on apparel! www.broadwaypodcastnetwork.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

DT Radio Shows
In The Lab with MEL Guest Mix by Gully B

DT Radio Shows

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 25, 2022 53:27


Tracklist 1. Shy FX & Liam Bailey - Come Around Slowly 2. Shy FX - Feelings (Instrumental) 3. Mr Lexx - Hold The Line (Gully B Dubplate) 4. Calyx & Teebee - Anything For Attention 5. Ninjaman - Murder Dem (Gully B Dubplate) 6. Breakage - The Version 7. Koffee - West Indies 8. Mountain - Brexit 9. Anthony Johnson vs Liondub - Jungle Gunshot (Gully B Dubplate) 10. Charlie B - Space Dust 11. Ken Boothe - Everything I Own (Gully B Dubplate) 12. DJ Gaw - Kyoto 13. CKAY - Love Nwantinti (ah ah ah) 14. DJ Gaw - Creation 15. Break & Total Science - Gun Finger 16. Popcaan - Skeleton Cartier 17. Lenzman - Old Song 18. Turbulence - Anything Goes (Gully B Dubplate) 19. Ulterior Motive - Stay 20. Runkus - $$$ (Gully B Dubplate) 21. Umax - Depth Charge 22. Dawn Wall - Mantis 23. Skillibeng - Crocodile Teeth (Gully B Dubplate) @TheGullyB Like the Radio Show? Click the [Repost] ↻ button so more people can hear it! Follow us on Soundcloud: @data-transmission Follow us on Soundcloud: @datatransmission Follow our House Music Spotify Playlist: goo.gl/dHX1Cr Want more house music, tech house, deep tech, minimal? Subscribe to our Youtube Channel - bit.ly/dtytube Listen to DT Radio: Website: bit.ly/DTSite1 Pop Up: bit.ly/DTRadioPopUp1 Follow Data Transmission: Instagram: goo.gl/6LqfCJ Spotify: goo.gl/p1gaWy YouTube: goo.gl/3JmFbF Facebook: goo.gl/ZAsYwY Twitter: goo.gl/o1ZF3P iTunes Podcast: goo.gl/TK1Xxu Spotify Podcast: spoti.fi/31KIS6s Mixcloud Podcast: bit.ly/30CzOk0

Kingdom Life Church VA
ANTHONY JOHNSON JR // BEHIND CLOSED DOORS

Kingdom Life Church VA

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 14, 2022 49:18


In this message Anthony Jr's objective talks about being your authentic self when behind closed doors. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/kingdom-life4/support

Night Church by Praxis
Martin Luther King Jr Speech // David Anthony Johnson // Black History Celebration

Night Church by Praxis

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 2, 2022 24:28


In this presentation we hear from MLK Impressionist David Johnson who masterfully tells his connection to MLK and actually shares two of his speeches with the young adult ministry for the Black History Celebration evening.

Beyond Reproach
S4 Ep41: Minisode 41: Anthony Johnson (White Supremacists' Favorite Token)

Beyond Reproach

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 28, 2022 26:39


This minisode is a continuation of the last episode (Bacon's Rebellion & the Invention of Race). STEPHANIE sets the record about Anthony Johnson, white supremacist's favorite token. ALSO MENTIONED: Clapping on 1s and the 3s, bad cops, Dan Quayle, internalized superiority, Kyle Rittenhouse, mild inconveniences, propaganda, Salt Bae, Glenn Beck's dumb ass, the Peculiar Picture Show podcast, John Punch, making sense out of nonsense, Richard Gere's hampster, TikTok egg on windshield “trap”, the AlGoreRithm, and Jedediah Bin Laden. For source information on each scandal and to peruse our online shop: SITE

Sounds of the Caribbean with Selecta Jerry
Sounds of the Caribbean with Selecta Jerry EP744

Sounds of the Caribbean with Selecta Jerry

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 26, 2022 256:53


This weeks show starts off with music from Burning Spear, Joe Yorke, Sugar Minott, The Mighty Diamonds, Anthony Johnson, Linval Thompson, Freddie McGregor, Delroy Wilson, Junior Delgado, Larry Marshall, and Cornell Campbell. New music this eek comes from Rising Tide with Mike Love and Clinton Fearon, Groundation, Kristine Alicia, Christopher Ellis, Fyah George, Jahdon, Ginjah, EarthKry, Luke D, and Sgt. Remo with Kutral Dub. Also this week we ride the Culture Riddim and The Unlock The Riddim riddims featuring artists like Kenyatta Hill, General Zoos, Scotty P, Lenny Kurlou, Old John, and Magma Dee.  In the dub zone you will hear dubs from Bush Chemists, Jah Warrior, Dactah Chando, Indica Dubs and Vibronics, Sub Pressure Band, and Zulu Vibes with Guru Pope. Extended dub mixes feature Xana Romeo and The Lone Ark Riddim Force, Johnny Clarke and Libertad Sound, Eric Smith, Ras Amlak and King Alpha, and Luciano with Zion Train. Enjoy! Burning Spear - In A Time Like Now - The World Should Know - Heartbeat Records The Co-Operators & Friends feat. Joe Yorke - Under Heavy Manners - Rhythms From The Kitchen Sink - Happy People Records Sugar Minott feat. Captain Sinbad - Hard Time Pressure - Suffer's Heights 12” The Mighty Diamonds - Better Days/Betta Dub - Better Days: The Lost Album of the 90's - Global Beats Bobby Ellis & The Revolutionaries - Shank I Shek 12” Version - Can't Stop The Dread - Doctor Bird  Anthony Johnson - We Rule/We Rule The Dub - Tuff Scout Linval Thompson - Jumping For Joy - Thompson Sound 12”  Freddie McGregor - Jah Can Count On I - Mr. McGregor - 17 North Parade Prince Malachi, UK Principal, and The Roots Defender Horns - Jah Love Come True/Positively Clear - Bababoom HiFi 12” Delroy Wilson - Rascal Man (False Rasta) - Niney The Observer Roots With Quality - 17 North Parade  The Africans - Trouble and Strife - Can't Stop The Dread - Doctor Bird  Junior Delgado - Sons Of Slaves - Sons Of Slaves - Black Art Larry Marshall - Captivity - I Admire You - Heartbeat Records  The Cables - What Kind Of World - Full Up: The Best Of Studio One - Heartbeat Records Cornell Campbell - The Drifter - Fight Against Corruption - Prestige Records The Heptones - Get In The Groove - Studio One Groups - Soul Jazz Records  Upper Cut Band feat. Carroll Thompson & Earl 16 - Supernatural -  Painting On Silence - Upper Cut Band  Rising Tide feat. Mike Love & Clinton Fearon - Medicine Man - Rising Tide Music Groundation - Human Race - One Rock - Baco Records  Kristine Alicia - Hold Strong - Judah Scribe Music Juicy's Empire feat. Queen Omega & Perfect Giddimani - Journey - From Jamaica To Paris - Juicy's Empire Records Kenyatta Hill - More Vacancy - Culture Riddim - Honest Music  General Zooz - Om Shanty Om - Culture Riddim - Honest Music  Scotty P & Lenny Kurlou - Sweet Reggae Music - Culture Riddim - Honest Music  Apple Gabriel - She's My Comforter - Teach Them Right - Jah Solid Rock  Christopher Ellis - Rub A Dub - Ghetto Youths International  Thandie & Bucky Jo - Stop Lovin' U - Buzwakk Records Junior Kelly - No More Lies - Freedom Sound Riddim - Donsome Records Junior Kelly - No More Lies Dub Mix - Freedom Sound Riddim Dubs - Donsome Records  Dub Zone featuring Strictly Dubwize & Extended Dub Mixes Bush Chemists - Mount Zion I  - Light Up Your Spliff - Conscious Sounds Jah Warrior - Jah See Them A Dub - Jah Warrior Showcase - Jah Warrior  Dactah Chando Meets RSD - Vampiro Dub - Guardians Of Dub Vol. II - Achinech Productions Indica Dubs & Vibronics - Dub Mediator - Highest Principals Of Dub - Indica Dubs Sub Pressure Band - Dub Mafia - GuerillJah Productions Guru Pope & Zulu Vibes - Forward Ever/Dubwise Forever - Zulu Vibes 12”  Xana Romeo & The Lone Ark Riddim Force - Tafari The Captain/Tafari Version - Reggae Roads Records Johnny Clarke & Libertad Sound System - To Be Prayed/To Be Dub - Libertab Records  Eric Smith - World Is On Fire/World Is On Dub - Roots Renegade Records Ras Amlak & King Alpha - Melt Away/Melt Dub - Rally Round - Akashic Records Luciano - What We Got To Do (Zion Train Remix)/What We Got To Do (Zion Train Dub) - Remixed: Dubwise - M Records ========================================== Fyah George - Protect The Music - Timeless Vibes Riddim - Emudio Records Jahdon I - I - Look Ya Noww Entertainment  Ginjah - Nah Work - Unity Riddim - Music House Entertainment Sizzla - Some Tings - Loud City Music EarthKry - Maaga Dog - Wash House Music Lukie D - Words Of Life - Fox Masters Production Black Uhuru - Shine Eye Gal - Guess Who's Coming To Dinner - Heartbeat Sister Julie feat. Rocker T - Forward - Heart Feel It - Sister Julie Music Black Am I feat. Kabaka Pyramid - Jah In My Corner - Ghetto Youths International 4 Dub Vibes feat. Old John - Fire Of Revolution - Unlock The Riddim - 4 Dub Vibes 4 Dub Vibes feat. Magma Dee - Gwaan - Unlock The Riddim - 4 Dub Vibes Sgt. Remo & Kutral Dub - Lyrical Don - Sergio Ortiz Music Michael Prophet & Disciples - Everybody Get Ready/Everybody Get Dub - The Right Thing EP - 4 Weed 12”

TaylorNetwork
Nothing's On episode # 437 Donny Hollywood

TaylorNetwork

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 14, 2022 131:44


This week there's a lot of news!!!!! what we've watched, emails and even a lightning round!!! plus Donny invents a new character Justin Bieber, Kodak Black, DCEU trailer, Super Bowl trailers, Jackass Forever, Oscar nominations, Marvel Netflix series, The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power, Captain Marvel 2, Kanye West, Anthony Johnson, The Razzies, WWE, AEW, Jeremy Renner, Reacher, Men, Jean Claude Van Damme, Green Lantern Show, Young Justice, Ana de Armas, Blade Runner series, Legend of Vox Machina, Kimi, Wellington Paranormal, Antlers, We Need to Talk About Cosby, Peacemaker, Pennyworth, Station Eleven, Nurse 3D, Pivot, Commando, Email us at nothingsonpodcast@gmail.com You can follow us on twitter @NothingsOn123 This podcast is part of the TaylorNetwork Spotify,Stitcher radio and also google play @Donnysalvocomedy on Tik Tok

Nothings On
Nothing's On episode # 437 Donny Hollywood

Nothings On

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 14, 2022 131:44


This week there's a lot of news!!!!! what we've watched, emails and even a lightning round!!! plus Donny invents a new character Justin Bieber, Kodak Black, DCEU trailer, Super Bowl trailers, Jackass Forever, Oscar nominations, Marvel Netflix series, The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power, Captain Marvel 2, Kanye West, Anthony Johnson, The Razzies, WWE, AEW, Jeremy Renner, Reacher, Men, Jean Claude Van Damme, Green Lantern Show, Young Justice, Ana de Armas, Blade Runner series, Legend of Vox Machina, Kimi, Wellington Paranormal, Antlers, We Need to Talk About Cosby, Peacemaker, Pennyworth, Station Eleven, Nurse 3D, Pivot, Commando, Email us at nothingsonpodcast@gmail.com You can follow us on twitter @NothingsOn123 This podcast is part of the TaylorNetwork Spotify,Stitcher radio and also google play @Donnysalvocomedy on Tik Tok

LaDonna Raeh Show
Toastin While Tippin E1 Simon Cowell, Tom Brady, Whoopi, Nick Cannon, Kevin Wesley, Anthony Johnson

LaDonna Raeh Show

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 3, 2022 28:38


Two women get together and talk about just about anything over drinks. BossLady Plus2 is deeply connected to football while LaDonna Raeh has a passion for media. Guess what they are drinking and will they make it through the show without slurring? This week's topics, Simon Cowell, Tom Brady, Whoopi Goldberg, Nick Cannon, Kevin Wesley, and Anthony Johnson. Bring your drinks and your opinions because BossLady Plus2 and LaDonna Raeh are ready for ya on Toasting While Tipping! #tombrady #simoncowell #nickcannon #whoopi #theview #kevinwesley #anthonyjohnson #friday #wine #spirits #moscato #remy #show #television #cryptocurrency --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/ladonnaraehshow/message

Gifted With Sheila White
Gifted with Sheila White | Episode 41 - David Anthony Johnson

Gifted With Sheila White

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2022 38:42


In today's episode, Sheila talks with David Anthony Johnson, vocalist, minister, and impressionist of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr about using his talents to help others to live a successful life in this world and in the world to come.

Beyond the Skyline
Interview: Eric Anthony Johnson, president and CEO, Aeon

Beyond the Skyline

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2022 21:52


Eric Anthony Johnson is a native of New Orleans and has worked and studied throughout the country, but the new president of Minneapolis-based affordable housing developer Aeon is no stranger to Minnesota. Johnson, who starts his job as president and CEO of Aeon on Feb. 8, earned a Master of Public Administration degree from Minnesota State University-Mankato in 1996 and later embarked on a career path that included a stop in Bloomington. As Bloomington's director of community development from 2018 to 2020, Johnson oversaw the creation of the city's inclusionary housing policy and a $15 million affordable housing trust fund. The fund helped Aeon acquire and preserve 306 affordable homes. In his most recent job as chief of economic development, housing, and neighborhood services for the city of Dallas, Johnson led efforts to create a $100 million affordable housing fund. An alumnus of the Harvard University Advanced Management Development Program in Real Estate, Johnson earned an MBA from the University of Tennessee, and a Ph.D. in Urban Affairs and Public Policy from the University of Delaware. Johnson succeeds Alan Arthur, who started his run as president and CEO in 1988 – two years after Aeon's founding. The nonprofit developer, owner and manager of affordable housing now serves more than 16,000 people each year at 5,800 homes. In the following interview, Johnson talks about his career path, his new role with Aeon, and the big-picture challenges and opportunities related to the construction of affordable housing in Minnesota.

How The Red Pill Saves Lives With Rollo Tomassi

"Come On Man" Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 27, 2021 124:59


This week The Godfather of the Red Pill himself joins the show to discuss how the red pill actually saves men's lives. So many men get "zeroed out" as Rollo calls it after a breakup because they put so much investment and equity into relationships that when those relationships end, they can't see another way forward. We didn't touch on it, but some men have also been drawn to murder because of infidelity. Rollo has been approached by numerous men over the years that have told him that they were on their way out until they read his book, "The Rational Male." Rollo has gone onto write 3 more books in the series, and has a 5th one on the way! We also discuss people like Anthony Johnson who want to shut Rollo down, as well as other guys in the "manosphere" such as Coach Corey Wayne. This is a can't miss episode, and it's just in time for the new year! Rollo's website: https://therationalmale.com/ Rollo's books: https://amzn.to/32QtY3D Rollo's YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/RolloTomassi Rollo on Twitter: https://twitter.com/rationalmale Rollo on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/rational_male/ --- Dating Dynamic Course: https://www.thedatingdynamic.com/a/2147499861/s5RamP7C (30% off with COMEONMAN30) Merch - http://tee.pub/lic/Uux-vwcjvFs Get free shipping from Duke Cannon on orders over $25 - http://duke.comeonmanpod.com Follow Paul on TikTok - https://vm.tiktok.com/ZMdaGvcwM/ How To Be A 3% Man (Book) - https://amzn.to/2L5nV24 Coach Corey Wayne's YouTube Chanel - https://www.youtube.com/user/coachcoreywayne 3% Man Facebook Group - https://www.facebook.com/groups/2382677118460934 --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/comeonman/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/comeonman/support

UU Congregation at Shelter Rock Services
Wisdom in Today's World, led by Rev. Anthony Johnson

UU Congregation at Shelter Rock Services

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 26, 2021 31:53


The sermon on December 26, 2021 asks: What is wisdom? How does it differ from knowledge? Is the difference worth discerning? It will explore the landscape of the difference between knowledge and wisdom and how the difference plays out in our modern world. Led by Guest Minister Rev. Anthony Johnson.

The Non League Football Show
S6 Ep18: 24th December 2021 - Spennymoor Town & Matlock Town

The Non League Football Show

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 24, 2021 48:59


As Christmas arrives, we go to town on Non-league.... or rather go to two Non-league towns. Spennymoor Town and Matlock Town to be precise. First up, Anthony Johnson talks with Tim Fuell about his and Bernard Morley's newest move, to take on the managerial reins at the County Durham club.  Also on the show Paul Phillips manager at Northern Premier League second-placed Matlock Town ahead of his side hosting his former club Buxton who sit atop of the division. It's the big Derbyshire derby this Christmas break.  Rounding up the show David Richardson of The Non League Paper. Happy Christmas.  

21 Radio
The State of the Manosphere | President Anthony Dream Johnson will MAKE THE MANOSPHERE GREAT AGAIN!

21 Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2021 72:34


1st President of the Manosphere Anthony Dream Johnson addresses the 2021 State of the Manosphere at The 21 Convention 15 year anniversary special event in Orlando Florida. In this presidential address you will learn the true history, purpose, and future of the world wide manosphere community. You will learn why the manosphere is today's only true counter-culture, in contrast to the toxic feminist establishment. You will learn how the manosphere community has been poisoned by feds and frauds, which federal agencies are investigating the manosphere, and what President Johnson is doing to combat these bad faith actors. Feds will be exposed and frauds roasted without mercy in this explosive State of the Manosphere presidential address.   Join the manosphere: https://21studios.com #Manosphere #MensRights #RedPill #men #man #menshealth Mansplaining conference hopes to ‘Make Women Great Again' https://nypost.com/2020/01/02/manspla... Press release: https://www.prlog.org/12793883-vision... Anthony Johnson formally claims whistle blower status for the content of this video: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Whistle... Lawsuit link: https://bit.ly/3rtjtO3 Mapping the Manosphere: 109 page Homeland Security Employee Hit Piece on the Manosphere https://calhoun.nps.edu/handle/10945/...   Featured @Good Morning Britain @BlazeTV @Chad Prather @Philion @Kurtis Conner @John Anthony Lifestyle @Anthony Dream Johnson @TateSpeech @Entrepreneurs in Cars @The Rational Male @FreshandFit @Donovan Sharpe @Terrence Popp @Hotep Jesus @AaronClarey @Stirling Cooper @George Bruno @FreshandFit Clips @FreshPrinceCeo @Glenn Greenwald @Fox News @Tomi Lahren @Fox Nation @Paul Joseph Watson @Sargon of Akkad @The Podcast of the Lotus Eaters @Jordan B Peterson @Jordan B Peterson Clips   Download the free 21 University app to watch our content early, ad-free, and censorship free. iPhone link https://apple.co/3qOhbGX Android link https://bit.ly/3hGM7Vl   Get on The 21 Convention VIP list https://the21convention.org Make Women Great Again℠ https://22convention.com Positive Videos for Men https://21university.com   Help fight woke feminist big tech censorship:⠀ 1) Subscribe and click the bell. 2) Like this video. 3) Comment to feed the algorithm. 4) Share on your social. 5) Follow us on free speech platforms https://odysee.com/@21:7 https://www.bitchute.com/21studios/ 6) Buy merch or donate to support https://www.the21store.com   Follow ADJ on Twitter https://twitter.com/beachmuscles Follow us on Spotify https://open.spotify.com/show/1kVFMU2... Follow us on Bitchute https://www.bitchute.com/21studios/ Follow us on Odysee https://odysee.com/@21:7 Follow us on Gab https://gab.com/21studios Follow us on Twitter https://twitter.com/21Convention Follow us on Instagram https://www.instagram.com/21Convention/ Follow us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/the21convention   YouTube Links Subscribe to 21 Studios https://t21c.com/12YTr3X Become a channel member: https://t21c.com/21sytm Subscribe to Red Man Group: https://t21c.com/rmgsub21 Direct donation to 21 Studios https://t21c.com/donate21 Support our sponsors: https://21studios.com/sponsor Follow us: https://21studios.com/connect

The Culture Thesis
Generational Gap

The Culture Thesis

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 42:15


Do different generations speak different languages? Today we start our highly anticipated topic of Generational Gap with our very own Anthony Johnson. AJ will start our storytime segment on what it's like working with a group of our youngest employees. We will then get to discuss this with our special guest Lindsay Boccardo. Lindsay offers a lot of great advice, on how to best handle the Generation Gap within an organization. Links to books mentioned in the interview: https://fearlessorganization.com/ https://store.hbr.org/product/can-you-hear-me-how-to-connect-with-people-in-a-virtual-world/10193 Link to Lindsay's website: https://www.lindsayboccardo.com/

Locked On Louisville - Daily Podcast On Louisville Cardinals Football & Basketball
Louisville Football: Virginia's Interesting Start, Key Players to Watch

Locked On Louisville - Daily Podcast On Louisville Cardinals Football & Basketball

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 8, 2021 31:07


Dalton analyzes Virginia's start to the season and discusses why the Cavaliers cannot be overlooked in Saturday's matchup. He also identified the key players to watch, for both Louisville (Jalen Mitchell, Marshon Ford, Qwynnterrio Cole) and Virginia (Brennan Armstrong, Nick Jackson, Anthony Johnson). Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKED15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline AG There is only 1 place that has you covered and 1 place we trust. Betonline.ag! Sign up today for a free account at betonline.ag and use that promocode: LOCKEDON for your 50% welcome bonus. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

The Negro League Podcast
Ep. 60: Mac & Cheese Candles

The Negro League Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2021 27:47


On this episode of TNL, Preach (@preachjacobs) fills you in on why he was gone for the past few months. He also talks about family, health and mac & cheese candles. More information on Anthony Johnson's GoFundMe for funeral services:https://bit.ly/3EHRA8V Intro music: Ski Beatz (@skibeatz) Sponsored by Mo' Betta Soul: www.mobettasoul.com

The Red Scare
My Neck, My Back, Living Under a Bridge is Wack

The Red Scare

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2021 54:30


The guys review, "The Dead of the Day," as George Holliday, the recorder of the Rodney King beating, and Comedian, Anthony Johnson of "House Party" and "Friday" fame, both kick the bucket. They reiterate their respective beliefs about God, review the LA riots of 1992, and realize; not much has changed in 30 years. Then, the boys give their advice on how to survive attending a game at SoFi Stadium, and introduce a new segment, "Trouble with the Headlines," as GoodHousekeeping.com tries to ignite a war with Jeopardy and Cedric the Entertainer. Listen up, liver lickers! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/theredscare/support

Illuminati Exposed Radio
A J ANTHONY JOHNSON-ICE CUBE DWAD 56

Illuminati Exposed Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2021 18:33


Aa --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/illuminatiexposed/message

The Renaissance of Men Podcast
ALISON ARMSTRONG | Partnership Is a Triumph of Spirit

The Renaissance of Men Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2021 237:07


Alison Armstrong is an internationally acclaimed educator and expert on understanding men, women, and relationships. She's also the bestselling author of “The Queen's Code.” Yes, the Renaissance of Men podcast is about men and masculinity, but in her book, Alison writes, “To know men is to love them.” To me, that earns her a seat at the table. Because Alison has spent 30 years — yes, three decades — studying men, and has devoted her life to explaining men to women. Her goal is to improve human relationships so we can begin building heaven on Earth. This ties into my goal to help create The Great Reconciliation, which marks the coming together of men and women in a space of mutual respect, understanding, and appreciation. Because men and women are meant for each other.  “The Queen's Code” paints a picture of what reconciliation might look like, not in some grand vision, but in the homes and everyday lives of eight characters. It is a book of wonders, full of sincere appreciation and honoring of men. And my hope with this podcast is that you'll see, as I do, that in our world of shattered trust between men and women, Alison, the book's author, is worthy of your trust. Give Alison just 17 minutes and I think she'll earn your trust, like she has mine. In our conversation we discussed: Dependence, independence, and interdependence between men and women Ultimatums, and what they mean to women vs. men What women's independence is for, and how they can think about giving it up, and what they'll get in return The difference between "non-starters" in new relationships vs. "not-forevers" in existing relationships And finally, The Language of Heroes, which is a method for women to communicate their needs to men in a way which “speaks to the heart, soul and spirit of a man. It calls to him, rouses him, honors him." - And that, ultimately, is why I'm hosting a woman on the Renaissance of Men. Because alongside Jack Donovan, Tanner Guzy, Warren Farrell, Ryan Michler, Robert Bly, Anthony Johnson, Douglas Gillette, David Deida, Elliot Hulse, Jordan Peterson, and so many of my greatest teachers about men and masculinity, there's one who's spoken from a perspective that none of them can. ---- LINKS: Buy “The Queen's Code” on Amazon and LuLu.com Follow Alison Armstrong on Instagram and Twitter Watch Alison's videos on YouTube Visit Alison's website: https://www.alisonarmstrong.com/ View a list of her bestselling products More links here:  https://linktr.ee/alisonarmstrong ---- THE 21 CONVENTION: Use discount code RENOFMEN for 25% off any ticket: www.the21convention.org 21 Summit main page – access all 3 conferences 21Convention – about men and masculinity 21Patriarch's – for husbands and fathers 22Convention – "Make women great again!" ---- THE RENAISSANCE OF MEN Check out my website at https://renofmen.com Connect with us on Instagram and Twitter.

The Last Set
UFC 262 RECAP | Charles Oliveira Is The New Lightweight Champion |The Decline of Tony Ferguson

The Last Set

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2021 82:48


We discussed UFC 262 - Charles Oliveira vs Michael Chandler, Tony Ferguson vs Beneil Dariush and Shane Burgos vs Edson Barboza. We also discussed next week's fight predictions for Cody Garbrandt vs Rob Font and Edmen Shahbazyan vs Jack Hermansson, followed by breaking down Anderson Silva's retirement and boxing match with Julio Cesar Chavez Jr and Anthony Johnson being arrested. 

Dev and the Bear
UFC 262/Fury 46/Anthony Johnson Arrested

Dev and the Bear

Play Episode Listen Later May 14, 2021 77:37


We give our predictions for ufc 262. Get excited about fury 46 and are generally confused with Anthony Johnson being arrested for Identity theft. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

Lichald Scott MMA
¿Marina Rodriguez Pide a Jedrzejczyk?, Donald Cerrone, Anthony Johnson Regresa | The Lichald Scott Decision Ep. 47

Lichald Scott MMA

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2021 20:53


Marina Rodriguez pide un combate con Joanna Jedrzejczyk, Donald Cerrone pierde combate ante Alex Morono, ¿debe retirarse?, Anthony Johnson regresa a las MMA por pirmera vez desde 2017.Support the show (https://paypal.me/lichaldscott?locale.x=en_US) --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/lichaldscottmma/support

MAC Football Pod
3. BUFFALO WR | IT'S DRAFT MONTH

MAC Football Pod

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 4, 2021 25:37


EPISODE 3 Buffalo's wide receivers were a big reason why the Bulls finally got back to the MAC Championship scene for the first time in a long time back in 2018. Anthony Johnson, K.J. Osborn, Charlie Jones all left after that year, but Antonio Nunn stuck around for his junior and senior seasons. The team threw the ball less, ran the rock more, and Nunn was used more than any of the other receivers on the few pass plays UB did call over those two years. Now that we're in 2021, Buffalo doesn't have a ton of leadership/experience in this position group, so now we're left wondering who the best playmakers will be out of this position? Trevor Wilson might be the best pass-catching option, but how much more important will run blocking be again for receivers to even see the field? The NFL Draft begins at the end of this month. Like any year there are MACtion prospects who will most likely have their names heard on Day 3, either as late-round draft picks or undrafted free agent signees. Whether things go as planned for them or not, the draft weekend is not always the most important weekend of their lives. For most of these guys, it's just a starting point for them to see how far they still have to go. And guys like Mathew Sexton, former EMU receiver, just might have to wait a year after the draft before an NFL team finally signs them (in his case, the Steelers).  SUPPORT THE PROGRAM VIA PATREON: If you enjoy the podcast and want to help support, consider becoming a monthly donor through Patreon! For just $3/month, I'll credit all donors in all of the podcast notes, and I'll add Discord benefits once we reach a community of 30 people! --> https://www.patreon.com/alvaradoonmaction A SPECIAL THANK-YOU FOR DONATING TO THE SHOW: Matthew Hammond SOCIAL PLUGS: Blog: https://medium.com/alvarado-on-maction Email: alexonmaction@gmail.com Music via Prod. Riddiman: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCdSuKogXJOZld5Dzw_9285w  Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/alvaradoonmaction Twitters: @ARAlvarado13, @mactionpod, @macfbcrootin LISTEN TO ALVARADO ON MACTION VIA: Amazon Music: https://music.amazon.com/podcasts/a8cd3903-7fc8-44eb-aa87-d762121f148a/Alvarado-on-MACtion Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/alvarado-on-maction/id1554654736 Deezer: https://www.deezer.com/en/show/2331552 Google Podcasts: https://podcasts.google.com/feed/aHR0cHM6Ly9mZWVkLnBvZGJlYW4uY29tL2FsdmFyYWRvb25tYWN0aW9uL2ZlZWQueG1s?sa=X&ved=0CBUQ27cFahcKEwi42eSOl4HvAhUAAAAAHQAAAAAQAQ iHeartRadio: https://www.iheart.com/podcast/269-alvarado-on-maction-78034985/ Podbean: https://alexonmaction.podbean.com/ Podcast Addict: https://podcastaddict.com/podcast/3255549 Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/6nA2YCoJJUTmCBMHm7LOA4 Stitcher: https://www.stitcher.com/show/alvarado-on-maction TuneIn: https://tunein.com/podcasts/Sports--Recreation-Podcasts/Alvarado-on-MACtion-p1410495/

The Highly Advised Podcast
043| “Big Money Fight”

The Highly Advised Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 18, 2021 85:16


‪Timestamps ‬ Usman vs. Burns recap, how close is Usman to surpassing GSP? (04:53) Dana targeting Porier vs. McGregor trilogy in the summer, not for the title. (14:49) Bellator announces LHW Grand Prix starting in April: Bader vs. Machida and C. Anderson vs. D. Yagshimuradov (April 9th), V. Nemkov vs. P. Davis and Anthony Johnson vs. Yoel Romero (April 16th). (26:17) Gina Carano compares today's Republicans to Holocaust victims of Nazi Germany and gets fired from Disney/Lucasfilm. (32:24) Mark Cuban will no longer have the National Anthem played at Dallas Maverick games, then overturned by the NBA. (45:35) Judas and the Black Messiah quick movie review. (55:26) Pooh Shiesty's "Shiesty Season" sold over 60k week 1 and Black Messiah Soundtrack (1:09:29) In LA there is "villages" for homeless people. Tiny homes for the homeless to be sheltered in. (1:09:29) NBCU bought WWE streaming rights for "Peacock" streaming service for 1 billion. (1:13:25) ‪________________________________________‬ ‪To stay updated all things podcast related follow our socials:‬ ‪IG: @HighlyAdvisedPodcast‬ ‪Twitter: @AdvisedHighly‬ ‪YouTube: The Highly Advised Podcast‬ ‪Don't forget. Listen & Subscribe. ‬ ‪You've been advised!‬

You Don't Know History
Episode 8: "Home to the palace to die..." Late Imperial Russia, 1860-1917

You Don't Know History

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 27, 2021 105:07


Hey everyone! On this episode, I'm joined by Dr. Anthony Johnson (associate professor of history at UNCP), where we sit down and talk about the late Imperial period in Russia. We'll dive into the background of the Romanovs, the abolishing of serfdom, the Russo-Japanese War, the 1905 Revolution...and something happened in 1917 that saw the rise of the Soviet Union. Add a few more tsars, Pyotr Stolypin, and the mad monk Rasputin, and you have a packed episode!

The Art of You
#009 - Anthony Johnson - Attitude is 100

The Art of You

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 23, 2021 57:13


#009 - Anthony Johnson - Attitude is 100 In this episode I spoke with Anthony Johnson former DE for the LSU Tigers, NFL veteran (6yrs), all time Louisiana state high school sacks leader and fitness entrepreneur. Anthony shared his story about what it is like being a top national football recruit coming out of high school, his experience playing at LSU and what it means to be a good teammate. Anthony Johnson on Social Media: https://twitter.com/AXJ76 https://instagram.com/ajx5 Website: https://axjfitness.com

The Sports Agent Secrets Podcast
#5 NBA Agent Anthony Johnson talks about the Name, Image, and Likeness era.

The Sports Agent Secrets Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2021 28:20


What are You Doing to Get ahead of the curve in the Name, Image, and Likeness Era?

Throwing Jabs Boxing Podcast
UFC 256 Preview, 2020 Throwing Jabs Awards, Canelo vs Smith Preview

Throwing Jabs Boxing Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 19, 2020 65:48


RECAP: Charles Oliveira earns himself a spot in the UFC lightweight title picture via a unanimous decision (30-26, 30-26, 30-26) against Tony Ferguson Is Charles Oliveira next in line for a title shot? Gaethje? McGregor vs Poirier 2 winner? Where does Tony Ferguson go from here, 2 losses in a row, can he get back to the title picture? Deiveson Figueiredo and Brandon Moreno put on a show in a fight of the year contender which ended in a majority draw (47-47, 47-47, 48-46 Figueiredo) Anthony Joshua puts Kubrat Pulev away via 9th round TKO to retain his WBA, WBO, and IBF titlesAfter this performance, how does Joshua match up with Tyson Fury? FIGHT NEWS: After getting released from the UFC, Yoel Romero signs a deal with BellatorCould we see Romero vs Anthony Johnson at light heavyweight in Bellator? Jake Paul calls out Conor McGregor on Instagram attacking McGregor and his fiancee also changes his Instagram profile to only follow McGregor's fiancee. Paul also drove by an interview recording with McGregor's jiu-jitsu partner Dillon Danis and threw toilet paper and water balloons at him then proceeded to follow Danis' girlfriend on Instagram. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mJdeFEog-YQ  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Aqil4ttfOa8  Is Jake Paul vs Dillon Danis a more realistic fight? WHO YOU GO?2020 Throwing Jabs Awards Fight of the yearWeili Zhang vs Joanna Jedrzejczyk Knockout of the yearSean O'Malley KO of Eddie Wineland Female fighter of the yearWeili Zhang Fighter of the yearValentina Shevchenko PREVIEW: UFC Fight Night: Welterweights, #5 Stephen “Wonderboy” Thompson (15-4-1) vs #11 Geoff Neal (13-2)The card is stacked (just mentioning) Jose Aldo vs Marlon Vera Michael Pereira vs Khaos Williams Marlon Moraes vs Rob Font Marcin Tybura vs Greg Hardy Anthony Pettis vs Alex Morono (prelims headliner) Live on DAZN: WBA “regular” super-middleweight champion Canelo Alvarez vs WBA “super” super-middleweight champion Callum Smith fight for the vacant WBC super-middleweight belt THE FLURRY:

The D.O.P.E. Blog
Rumble Johnson and Soldier of God sign with Bellator

The D.O.P.E. Blog

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 18, 2020 46:20


We discuss Anthony Johnson unretiring and signing with Bellator, Yoel Romero being released from UFC and signing with Bellator, and the results of Bellator 254 and UFC 256. Bellator's Light-Heavyweight division is about to be lit in 2021.    www.thedope.blog 

JFoSportsTalk
JFoMMATalk Episode 18 (Jeff Molina Interview)

JFoSportsTalk

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2020 41:12


• On this episode of the #JFoMMATalk Podcast:-Quick UFC 256 Recap-Yoel Romero and Anthony Johnson sign with Bellator.-UFC Fighter of The Year!-Interview with UFC Fighter Jeff Molina Stay up to date with #JFoMMATalk by following on Twitter @JFoSportsTalk and Instagram @JFoMMATalk #MMA #Bellator #UFC #UFC256

MMA Fighting
The A-Side Live Chat | UFC 256 Preview, UFC Roster Cuts, Figueiredo vs. Moreno, Ferguson vs. Oliveira, Yoel Romero, Anthony Johnson, Bellator 254, More

MMA Fighting

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 9, 2020 79:08


For this episode, José Youngs, Alex Savas, and E. Casey Leydon react to some of the biggest stories in MMA. Some topics include Marvin Vettori's decision win over Jack Hermansson at UFC Vegas 16, previews of UFC 256 & Bellator 254, Deiveson Figueiredo vs. Brandon Moreno, Tony Ferguson vs. Charles Oliveira, Ilima Macfarlane vs. Juliana Velasquez, the recent string of UFC roster cuts, the future of Anthony Johnson and Yoel Romero, and much more. Follow José Youngs: @JoseYoungs Follow E. Casey Leydon : @ekc Follow Alex Savas: @alexsavas Subscribe: http://goo.gl/dYpsgH Check out our full video catalog: http://goo.gl/u8VvLi Visit our playlists: http://goo.gl/eFhsvM Like MMAF on Facebook: http://goo.gl/uhdg7Z Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Think Out Loud
Oregon voters weigh drug decriminalization and addiction treatment ballot measure

Think Out Loud

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2020 22:47


Measure 110 would decriminalize the possession of personal amounts of drugs and boost funding for drug treatment. But critics of the measure say that its backers have failed to consult with many of the main stakeholders dealing with addiction and treatment in Oregon. Anthony Johnson, a longtime drug reform advocate who led the Measure 91 campaign to legalize marijuana, supports the measure. Mike Marshall, the co-founder and director of the addiction support non-profit Oregon Recovers, opposes the measure. They join us.

First Watch Podcast
Anthony Johnson & Larry Whiteside, Jr. of Delve Risk on CISOs Driving Revenue & Inclusion

First Watch Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2020 52:43


Bros & Brews
EP 6: Black Lives Matter

Bros & Brews

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 12, 2020 94:13


Our guest this week is Anthony Johnson. Born and raised in Germany, Anthony is the proud product of a U.S. military family. He moved to the United States to attend college. Anthony now works at Siemens in their Global Strategy and Marketing division, but he has always had a passion for public service. He currently advises Cincinnati Council Member Kearney's office on all matters of public policy and legislative affairs. Anthony also serves as a strategic consultant to the U.S. Department of Defense, as Co-Director of New Leaders Council Southwest Ohio, and as Vice Chair of University of Cincinnati Young Professionals (UCYP). Anthony holds degrees in Political Science, International Affairs, and Security Studies from University of Cincinnati and The London School of Economics (LSE). This week, we discuss the BLM movement and how our government is addressing and effecting real change in our city and around the country, as well as insight into living as a person of color in America and how, from Anthony's experiences, other developed nations have approached equality and social justice compared to The United States. Link to Bluebird: https://www.bluebirdusa.co Black Lives Matter: https://blacklivesmatter.com --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

the CYBER5
Episode 4 - Understanding Your Environment

the CYBER5

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 16, 2020 13:27


Episode 4 of the podcast focuses on the CISO's perspective on the importance of understanding the corporate network environment and features Anthony Johnson, Managing Partner of Delve Risk. Outline: (00:22) Introductions (01:07) Question 1  – As a CISO, if I don't have clear or accurate insight into the state of my assets and infrastructure, what immediate risks am I incurring? (02:23) Question 2 – You've started a role as a CISO at a new company - how do you test the information your presented with around the the network, the current state of the security team and tech stack, and when do you trust it? (03:21) Question 3 – In your experience, what percentage of the network do you think the average CISO and team have a good handle on and are there trends in the gaps? (05:51) Question 4 – Are there any trivial gaps - How complete should a CISO's knowledge and insight into their environment be; IE If they're confident on 80% of the network, is that enough? (08:43) Question 5 – How has the emphasis on maintaining a meaningful understanding of your network impacted your strategy around the staffing/teams that you've built? (10:53) Recap & Takeaways