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The New Jersey Connection Radio Show
Episode 188: The New Jersey Connection on Starpoint Radio - Give Thanks For Soulful Music! Thanksgiving Weekend Edition

The New Jersey Connection Radio Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 27, 2021 118:32


Incognito - On The Road (Danny Krivit Edit),Teddy Pendergrass - The More I Get, The More I Want (D-Nice Remix),DJ Spen, DJ Chujos, Brandon Yancey - Perfect Timing (Terry Hunter Radio Edit),Jody Watley - Whenever/Beautiful Life (Alex Di Cio Remix),Tom Glide feat. Sophia Ripley - A Deep Love (Radio Edit),Honeysweet - I Put A Spell On You (DJ ERV Rework),Soulista (feat. Stephanie Cooke) - Come Back (Laroye Remix),Cornell C.C. Carter - I'm Free (Izipho Records 45),The SOS Band - Just Get Ready (Michael Gray Remix),Phyllis Hyman - Screamin' At The Moon (12", 1986),Kai & Kyle (feat. Selan) - The Way It Is (DJ ERV Rework),Miranda Nicole, Jihad Muhammad - Build A Bridge (BTD Remix),Stacy Kidd, Tracy Hamlin - Thanks For My Child,Curtis Anderson - The Hardest Part (45, 1984),Billy Griffin - Understand (Be With Me, LP 1982),Bobby Womack - Tell Me Why (The Poet II, LP 1982),Ron Henderson & Color of Choice - I'll Be Around (Soul Junction, LP 1976),Marvin Gaye & Kim Weston - Heaven Sent You I Know (Take Two, LP 1966),Bobby Harden & The Soulful Saints - Feels So Good (DALA 45),www.starpointradio.com

Medita.cc
27-11-2021 Adviento: color morado

Medita.cc

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 27, 2021 28:17


En Adviento se emplea el color morado en las celebraciones. Ese color surge de la combinación del rojo y el azul oscuro o negro. Habla de fuego de purificación, que sin duda resultará doloroso. San Juan de la Cruz presenta la necesidad de emplear la doble purificación del espíritu y del sentido, tanto en su aspecto activo (lo que podemos hacer nosotros) como en el pasivo (lo que hace Dios). De secundar su acción, seremos encendidos por el fuego del Espíritu.

Cool Tools
306: Windell Oskay

Cool Tools

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2021 32:33


For show notes and transcript visit: https://kk.org/cooltools/windell-oskay-robot-designer/ If you're enjoying the Cool Tools podcast, check out our paperback book Four Favorite Tools: Fantastic tools by 150 notable creators, available in both Color or B&W on Amazon: https://geni.us/fourfavoritetools Our guest this week is Windell Oskay. Windell is the co-founder of Evil Mad Scientist Laboratories, where he designs robots for a living. You can find Windell on Twitter @emsl.

Film Slob
Episode 10: Speed Racer (with Joshua Calixto of Bad End Podcast)

Film Slob

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2021 100:03


C.R. and Patrick sit down with Joshua Calixto (Bad End Podcast) to talk about Speed Racer, the 2008 film from the Wachowski Sisters. They talk about the film's reception then and now, the complexity of criticism and not stopping until you get enough. Keep on!

Anatomy of a Scream Pod Squad
28 Days Lady-er: Episode 57 - False Positive (2021)

Anatomy of a Scream Pod Squad

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2021 86:02


It's been a long time, we shouldn't have left you, without a dope ep to listen to! We cranked out a hell of a lot of content during Spooky Season, and then we took a longer break than we meant to. On this episode of 28 Days Lady-er, artist CC Stapleton joins the ladies to break down the Hulu release False Positive (2021), written by Ilana Glazer (Broad City) and John Lee. The film stars Glazer, along with Justin Theroux, Sophie Bush, and Pierce Brosnan. This movie is a hell of a ride and the podcast is no different. Join Sophie, Hannah, and CC as they work their way from gaslighting to poor sexual education and lots of other places in between! CONTENT WARNING: Gaslighting, infertility, and sexual assault. Links False Positive Isn't Quite Horror, But It Will Freak You Out – Vulture What Becky Gotta Do To Get Murked? White Womanhood In Jordan Peele's Get Out – The Root 'Father Of Gynecology,' Who Experimented On Slaves, No Longer On Pedestal In NYC Key U.S. Supreme Court justices express concern about Texas abortion law's enforcement – The Texas Tribune Texas' New Abortion Law Will Harm People of Color, Further Entrench Racism – The Commonwealth Fund Criminal Podcast, Episode 165: Unfit Follow the show: @28DaysLady_er on Twitter @28daysladdyer on Instagram Follow Sophie @philliesfemme on Twitter and Instagram. Follow Hannah @ Better_Shirts_Chicago on Instagram. You can also find CC on Twitter @callsinthenight and check out her sick cover art for each and every issue of Grim Magazine from Anatomy of a Scream If you like our podcast ,please rate, review, and subscribe! 

Run Up The Numberz
S2 Ep3: Run up the Numberz x Community Energy Project Ep. 3

Run Up The Numberz

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2021 60:53


What's going on Numberz fam, thanks for pressing play on the second installment of our series in partnership with Community Energy Project. Throughout the series we'll be discussing the many different resources available to the community in the pursuit of changing our relationship with energy, our environment and our bills. In this episode we had the opportunity to speak with Anissa Pemberton, Environmental Partnership Manager at Coalition of Communities of Color. Anissa filled us in on the fight our community has been waging for climate justice. 

Rowing in Color
Live from Head of the Charles Regatta with Seattle Masters Rower

Rowing in Color

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2021 24:55


#046  - Annie, a masters rower from Seattle, stopped by the Rowing in Color tent at Head of the Charles Regatta and talk about her experience as a Colombian masters rower based in Seattle.We hope that the conversation in this podcast helps us all in the rowing world -- no matter your race -- to unify the rowing sport through diversity.If you have a response to this or any episode, we want to hear it. Send us your voice message at www.speakpipe.com/rowingincolor or just check out our Linktree (linktr.ee/rowingincolor). If you don't follow us on IG already, find us @rowingincolor.Lastly, if you can, please hit "follow" or "subscribe" wherever you listen to podcasts. If you can, please leave a rating and a review on Apple Podcast -- it would really mean a lot.We hope you and yours are well. Stay safe.

Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu
This Is How You Achieve LASTING Change By Rewiring Your BELIEFS | Jonas Kaplan on Conversations with Tom

Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2021 91:03


Check out our sponsors: Athletic Greens: Go to athleticgreens.com/impact and receive a FREE 1 year supply of Vitamin D AND 5 free travel packs with your first purchase! ButcherBox: Sign up at ButcherBox.com/impact Aura Frames: Go to auraframes.com and use code IMPACT to save $30. Pique: Go to piquetea.com/impact and use code IMPACT at checkout to get 5% off sitewide + FREE SHIPPING when you purchase a pu'er bundle! It was reported that roughly 1 in 20 people report having at least one hallucination in a lifetime. Maybe it was drug induced or simply a dream. Either way, how is it that you can have vivid imagery about what feels like reality in the moment? Dr. Jonas Kaplan joins Tom in this conversation to discuss all the ways your brain is filling in the gaps of its own break in knowledge. The brain is truly fascinating to study and so important to understand when you want to be more open-minded and question your beliefs or get a better perception of and understanding of what reality truly is. Part of seeing reality as it really is versus how your brain predicts it to be is coming face to face with information that challenges the beliefs you hold. Jonas and Tom explore research studies that reveal the freaky nature of how our brains really work and ways you can hack your way past the overprotective nature of your brain. Dr. Jonas Kaplan is the Associate Professor of psychology at USC Brain and Creativity Institute, Co-Director of the Dana & David Dornsife Cognitive Neuroimaging Center, and Associate Director for Mindfulness and Neuroimaging for the USC Center for Mindfulness Science SHOW NOTES: 0:00 | Introduction Jonas Kaplan0:21 | Brain Illusions vs Reality10:37 | Split Brain Confabulation22:39 | Executive Function Network26:04 | Changing Your Beliefs32:20 | When Identity Is Challenged41:37 | Mindfulness & Self Narrative53:02 | Dissolution of Self1:02:19 | Meaning Making & Stories1:08:27 | Filmmaking & Neuroscience1:13:51 | Hacking Your Brain1:19:39 | Brain Body Malfunction1:22:48 | Homunculus Sensory Map1:28:23 | Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation QUOTES: “The brain builds a model of the world that it has to navigate, right, it builds a simulated picture of what the world is like. That's where beliefs come from.” [2:29] “The brain wants to create a consistent view of the world. And that provides a motivation to find information that's consistent with what we think.” [8:49] “Everything's so interconnected that each region of the brain is not corresponding to one particular mental function for the most part...” [24:30] “Most of us organize our lives in such a way that we never even really have to encounter evidence that challenges our beliefs.” [29:35] “Feelings are the brain signals that there's some kind of a challenge going on to the body.” [33:37] “There is probably some value in maintaining our beliefs, and protecting them to some degree, and also in sharing them with other people and building the connections that we have with other people based on shared models of reality” [38:01] Follow Jonas Kaplan:Website: http://www.jonaskaplan.com/Podcast: https://floatpodcast.libsyn.com/Twitter: https://twitter.com/jonas_kaplan

You Can Be Anything
Episode 21: Mindset Empowerment - A Chat With Ivy Ngwa

You Can Be Anything

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2021 58:57


"Life isn't about finding yourself, Life is about creating yourself" - George Bernard Shaw.       In this episode, we had an inspiring chat with Ivy Ngwa on mindset. Ivy is a Mindset Empowerment Coach for Women of Color and teams within organizations. She is also a Science Teacher, a mom, and a wife. Ivy takes us through her journey of becoming a mindset coach and how this journey has helped her in unveiling the potential in her. She shares her joys and challenges and debunks the myth that black women do not like to pay for the services of a coach. It is a rich conversation around mindset in general and will help you understand how the right mindset can propel you.        You can find Ivy Ngwa on Instagram as @ivyrose_coaching, on Facebook as Ivy Bih Ngwa, on LinkedIn as Ivy Ngwa, and  on her website -www.ivyrosecoaching.co.uk       Ivy has just finished her first self-paced Planner "Become a Self Leader" which will be launched on November 30th. You can join the waitlist to get this planner at a special price when it launches - https://ivyrose-coaching.newzenler.com/f/book-waiting-list   What to Expect in This Episode   [00:01 – 01:00] Opening Segment   [01:00 – 05:00] Who is Ivy Ngwa?   [05:00 – 15:00] What is Mindset Empowerment? [15:00 – 21:00] Training to Become a Coach   [21:16 – 28:00] Resources Needed to Become a Coach   [28:00 – 32:00] Elaborating on Smart Learning   [32:00 – 37:00] Three Important in Ivy's Life   [37:00 – 43:00] Myth about Coaching & Mentorship   [43:00 – 50:00] Services offered by Ivy Ngwa   [50:00 – 58:00] Final Words & Motivation     You can connect with us on Facebook, Instagram, YouTube, or send us an email at hello@youcanbeanythingpodcast.com. Check out our website www.youcanbeanythingpodcast.com for more resources and to learn more.   Also, you can connect with Solange Che on Facebook (@Solange Che) and Instagram (@solangeche1). Thank you! Remember to Be Good To Each Other!

Game of Her Own
88. Reaching Your Highest Potential with Atlanta Braves' Executive Vice President and Chief People Capital Officer, Dr. DeRetta Rhodes (2020)

Game of Her Own

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2021 51:28


We are taking a little break to enjoy the holidays, but didn't want to leave you hanging! We are taking you back in time to episode 31 of the Game of Her Own podcast with Atlanta Braves' Executive, DeRetta Rhodes. Since the interview, DeRetta has had two new titles added to the already impressive list.  World Series Champion! And one year after joining the Braves, DeRetta was promoted to Executive Vice President and Chief People Capital Officer.   You don't want to miss my conversation with one of the women behind the World Series win. It is jam-packed with incredible insights. DeRetta gets candid and talks about her journey to becoming the extraordinary senior leader she is today.   Listen in as we talk about:  How she gives herself grace and handles mistakes How she handled working for a leader who didn't like her The value of being introspective & retreating for awhile  Why we should unpack barriers like self-doubt  How you should approach making sure you are paid the same as your male counterparts   Connect with Jahaan:  Learn more about working with Jahaan and see if it's the right fit for you: https://JahaanBlakeAppointmentScheduling.as.me/LetsTalk Join Jahaan's VIP Email List: https://bit.ly/3yccwAP  Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jahaanblake/ Email: jblake@jahaanblake.com Website: https://jahaanblake.com/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jahaanblake/   Links: Deretta's TED Talk: From Survive to Thrive: Women of Color in Corporate Leadership www.youtube.com/watch?v=TPzhQP1u8gI Atlanta Braves: www.mlb.com/braves    Connect with DeRetta:  Twitter: twitter.com/drderetta  LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/in/deretta-cole-rhodes-phd DeRetta Rhodes, Ph.D. joined the Atlanta Braves in 2019 as Senior Vice President of Human Resources, overseeing people capital initiatives for the orga­nization's Major League, Minor League and The Battery Atlanta operations. Prior to joining the Braves, Dr. Rhodes was the Executive Vice President/Chief Human Resources Officer of the YMCA of Metro Atlanta, Vice President of Human Resources at First Data, Vice President of Human Resources for Turner Broadcasting and held leadership positions at Ernst & Young, ADP, HomeGrocer.com and YUM Brand. Dr. Rhodes received her undergraduate degree from the University of Georgia, her Master's in Business Administration from Clark Atlanta University and her Ph.D. in adult education from the University of Georgia. She is a certified facilitator for the Benchmark 360 assessment by the Center for Creative Leadership, DISC coach and facilitator, qualified facilitator for the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) and HOGAN Assessment. She is currently a Board Director Member and Member Engagement Chair of Human Resource Leadership Forum (HRLF), Board Member of 21st Century Leaders, Advisory Member of HR Exchange Network and past President of the Alumni Board of Family Consumer Science College at the University of Georgia. Dr. Rhodes lives in Cumming, Georgia with her hus­band, Leon and has three sons: Cole, Austin and Jordan.

Anime Summit
Anime Summit Radio #2 - Top Best Favoritest OPs

Anime Summit

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2021 70:34


Happy Turkey Day! This week we took off for the holiday but wanted to give you another Radio hour to keep you hot on Anime Summit goodness. This week we look episode 265 - Top Best Favoritest OPs and take all of songs discussed on that episode and made a playlist for you. Show notes below to skip around if you want! And be sure to support the original artists on Youtube and/or Spotify if you can! Som Intro 3:16 - “Color of Happiness” by Yoko Ishida - Ah My Goddess - Dannie 4:44 - “Obsession” by See-Saw - .hack//sign OP 1 - Nick 6:18 - “gravityWall” by SawanoHiroyuki[nZk]: Tielle & Gemie - Re:Creators OP 1 - Som 9:57 - Som Interlude 1 13:45 - “departure!” by Ono Masatoshi - Hunter x Hunter OP 1 17:56 - “Tell Me Why” by PENPALS - Berserk '97 21:07 - “flyers” by Bradio - Death Parade 24:30 - Som Interlude 2 28:38 - “Love Dramatic” by Masayuki Suzuki ft Rikka Ihara - Kaguya-sama Love is War s1 33:00 - “unravel” by TK from Ling Tosite Sigure - Tokyo Ghoul OP 1 36:54 - “Through The Night” by Masahiko Arimatsu - Outlaw Star 41:05 - “Platinum” by Maaya Sakamoto - Cardcaptor Sakura OP 3 45:15 - “Blue Water” by Miho Morikawa - Nadia the Secret of Blue Water 49:19 - “PAPERMOON” by Tommy heavenly6 - Soul Eater OP 2 53:36 - Som Interlude 3 1:00:05 - “Hikare Are” by BURNOUT SYNDROMES - Haikyuu s3 1:04:03 - “Kakushinteki Metamaruphose” by Umaru Doma (Aimi Tanaka) - Himouto Umaru-chan OP 1 1:07:32 - “Mukanjyo” by Survive Said The Prophet - Vinland Saga OP 1 --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/anime-summit/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/anime-summit/support

The Takeaway
Gender Affirmation and Intergenerational Conversation 2021-11-24

The Takeaway

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 44:53


A few weeks ago we hosted a special Takeaway live on Facebook that served as holiday preparation. You can watch the full event here. We spoke with Dr. Monique Morris, President and CEO of Grantmakers for Girls of Color, Imara Jones, creator of TransLash Media, and Bré Rivera, writer and co-creator of The Femme Queen Chronicle about how we hold space for challenging but necessary conversations around gender identity with our loved ones as we all come together for the holidays.  We also heard from our listeners and staff on what their holiday plans are as we encounter another holiday season during the COVID-19 pandemic.  Resources mentioned in this episode: Trans Lifeline Trans Lifeline is run by and for trans people with a goal to provide trans peer support and care for our community. (877) 565-8860 Black Trans Travel Fund he Black Trans Travel Fund is a grassroots, Black Trans led Collective, providing Black transgender women with financial and material resources needed to remove barriers to self-determining and accessing safer travel options.

The Takeaway
Gender Affirmation and Intergenerational Conversation 2021-11-24

The Takeaway

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 44:53


A few weeks ago we hosted a special Takeaway live on Facebook that served as holiday preparation. You can watch the full event here. We spoke with Dr. Monique Morris, President and CEO of Grantmakers for Girls of Color, Imara Jones, creator of TransLash Media, and Bré Rivera, writer and co-creator of The Femme Queen Chronicle about how we hold space for challenging but necessary conversations around gender identity with our loved ones as we all come together for the holidays.  We also heard from our listeners and staff on what their holiday plans are as we encounter another holiday season during the COVID-19 pandemic. 

Optimize Yourself
Ep171: How to Determine If a Job Is Worth The Costs | Community Q&A

Optimize Yourself

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 92:59


One of the most challenging things we deal with as freelance creative professionals is the constant feast & famine cycle of either always working or always looking for the next gig. I'm sure at some point you've had the experience of agonizing for hours, days, or weeks debating a job opportunity (or multiple opportunities). You may have also agonized about whether or not to take low pay (or unpaid work) that might seem like a great opportunity that could launch your career...but on the other hand could end up becoming a total nightmare. Or maybe you're just starting your career and you are eager to take anything just to get your foot in the door, but you've heard stories of others who chose the wrong path and are now trapped at the top of a ladder they no longer want to be on at all. (reality TV anyone???) These are just a few of the topics and challenges I address in the latest community Q&A call with my Optimizer coaching & mentorship program students. I and the community share our past experiences when considering job opportunities and the criteria we use to determine both the benefits but also the true costs of taking any opportunity, good or bad. Most importantly, we discuss how to ensure that a potential opportunity can meet both our creative as well as our lifestyle needs so the job doesn't become “just another paycheck” at the expense of our health, our relationships, and our sanity. Want to Hear More Episodes Like This One? » Click here to subscribe and never miss another episode   Here's What You'll Learn: Paul Del Vecchio talks about what he's learned from saying yes to too many jobs that have not aligned with his goals. Criteria that we use to evaluate opportunities as beneficial or not. Questions to ask yourself if you don't already have criteria defined. Building your network of people is an important criteria for determining if the job is worth your time. I review the benefit/risk assessment document. What is missing from the assessment that we need to add? What makes unpaid work worthwhile? Sometimes ‘easy jobs' can be soul-sucking and energy-zapping despite being fewer hours. Limiting beliefs can be a big obstacle when decision-making about jobs. How to turn down work graciously without burning a bridge. Never say you are available for work until you have all the details and know if you are interested or not. How to determine what work you should take when you're early in your career and you're hungry to work. KEY TAKEAWAY: Be clear on what you want in your career and your lifestyle goals. Useful Resources Mentioned: 'Should I Take This Job?' Assessment Tool Continue to Listen & Learn Ep141: Michelle Tesoro (ACE) On Playing Chess With Your Career (Instead of Checkers) - pt1 Ep80: How to Avoid Getting Pigeonholed, The ‘Concentric Circles of Networking' & More | with Doc Crotzer, ACE The Socially Awkward Introvert's Guide to Networking with Industry “Experts” Ep126: On the Importance of Building Relationships, Asking Questions, and Never Giving Up | with Andi Armaganian Ep105: Ramit Sethi on Forging The Path Towards Your Own ‘Rich Life' Ep86: How to Become ‘Indistractable' | with Nir Eyal Ep132: How to Pursue Fulfilling Work and Find Your ‘Calling' | with Dr. Tal Ben-Shahar Ep114: Breaking Into (and Making It) In the Industry as People of Color | with Mirra Watkins, Ariel Brown, and Isaiah Cary Ep03: The Science Behind Success and Creative Burnout (And Why You're Approaching Both Mostly Wrong) | with Eric Barker Struggling to “Do” It All? Try “Being” First. (Three Strategies to Reclaim Your Time and Sanity When Working From Home) Ep131: How Having a ‘Side Hustle' Buys You the Freedom to Say ‘No' | with Alex Ferrari Ep129: How to Cultivate a “Service-Centric” Mindset (and Why It Will Make You More Successful) | with Agustin Rexach Our Generous Sponsor: This episode was brought to you by Ergodriven, the makers of the Topo Mat (my #1 recommendation for anyone who stands at their workstation) and now their latest product. New Standard Whole Protein is a blend of both whey and collagen, sourced from the highest quality ingredients without any of the unnecessary filler or garbage. Not only will you get more energy and focus from this protein powder, you will notice improvements in your skin, hair, nails, joints and muscles. And because they don't spend a lot on excessive marketing and advertising expenses, the savings gets passed on to you. Show Credits: This episode was edited by Curtis Fritsch, and the show notes were prepared by Debby Germino and published by Glen McNiel. The original music in the opening and closing of the show is courtesy of Joe Trapanese (who is quite possibly one of the most talented composers on the face of the planet).

Broads and Books
Get Outta My Dreams, Get Into My Car

Broads and Books

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 56:43


This week, we're looking at red flags and bad decisions, and considering books and pop culture picks with flags ignored. Plus, Erin previews her Masterclass on red flags, we consider the inherent red flags of corporate America, and dissect the wonder of Paul Rudd. LINKS: Like the Podcats? Want to see this weird cat colony the Broads discuss? Follow @catcultcolony on Instagram. Read the essay that sparked Amy's online trolls: The best $15.79 I ever spent: My last terrible diet book (Vox). Watch the Stephen Colbert clips showcasing the sexiness tests Paul Rudd passed: Part 1 and Part 2. Listen to "Get Outta My Dreams, Get Into My Car," the creepy song from Billy Ocean that inspired this week's theme. Get a Broad's book:  Order Dig Me Out by our own Amy Lee Lillard now! _____Our picks from Broads and Books Episode 103: Get Outta My Dreams, Get Into My CarNovels:Amy: The Very Nice Box, Laura Blackett and Eve Gleichman Erin: Black Buck, Mateo Askaripour  Other Books:Amy: Men to Avoid in Art and Life, Nicole Tersigni Erin: Midnight Hour: A Chilling Anthology of Crime Fiction from 20 Authors of Color, Abby L. VanDiver Pop Culture: Amy: Passing (Netflix)Erin: The Shrink Next Door Podcast + The Shrink Next Door on Apple TV+ _____Broads and Books is the funny and feminist book podcast you need in your life! Each episode Amy and Erin choose a unique theme. Then we choose two fiction books, two other genre books (short story collections, memoir, non-fiction, true crime, poetry, etc.), and two pop culture picks based on that theme. We surprise each other with our picks, talk about why we like them, and give you unexpected recommendations for every reading taste. Along the way, we share embarrassing stories, pitch amazing-slash-crackpot business ideas, implicate ourselves in future crimes, check in on our Podcats, and so much more.  Broads and Books is fresh, funny, thought-provoking, and basically the best time you'll have all week.Visit us at www.broadsandbooks.com, and talk to us on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook! 

Politics Done Right
Allison Gaines, co-founder of #WEOC on dedication to writing & more

Politics Done Right

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 21:11


Allison Gaines is the co-founder of Writers and Editors of Color (#WEOC). She discusses writing, the reason for the organization, and more. Allison Gaines discussed her organization Writers and Editors of Color. She explained why she formed it. Allison is a writer, editor, activist, and scholar interested in Social Sciences. She introduces herself at her blog as follows.--- If you like what we do please do the following! Most Independent Media outlets continue to struggle to raise the funds they need to operate much like the smaller outlets like Politics Done Right SUBSCRIBE to our YouTube Channel here. LIKE our Facebook Page here. Share our blogs, podcasts, and videos. Get our books here. Become a YouTube PDR Posse Member here. Become a Politics Done Right Subscriber via Patreon here. Become a Politics Done Right Subscriber via Facebook here. Consider providing a contribution here. Please consider supporting our GoFundMe equipment fund here. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/politicsdoneright/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/politicsdoneright/support

CYC Podcast
Moving Queer Visibilities into Identity-Sustaining Practices in CYC: A conversation with A. Longoria

CYC Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 39:30


In this episode A. Longoria talks about “identity-sustaining practices” in Child and Youth Care, education, and academia. They begin by asking how can/do queer, trans, IBPOC educators & CYCPs remain who they are within and across the spaces they work, so that practitioners and educators can help those they work with remain who they are. In response, A. Longoria discusses corporality, aesthetics, identity, and queering the norms of practice inside the classroom and out in the world. To read the article this conversation refers to visit: https://journals.uvic.ca/index.php/ijcyfs/article/view/20343 To purchase their newest book Creating a Home in Schools: Sustaining Identities for Black, Indigenous, and Teachers of Color please visit: https://www.tcpress.com/creating-a-home-in-schools-9780807765265 (USA) https://www.utpguidancecentre.com/Creating-a-Home.html (Canada)  

The Life of a Gentleman | Entrepreneur | Fashion | Gentleman Lifestyle
What suit color should I buy first? The Life of a Gentleman Podcast (UNSTITCHED)

The Life of a Gentleman | Entrepreneur | Fashion | Gentleman Lifestyle

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 7:04


When jumping into the suiting world, what colors should you choose? What is most versatile and gives you the most bang for your buck? The gents discuss the subject in this episode of Unstitched! GET MY FREE BOOK (The Life of a Gentleman) https://gumroad.com/l/hICA LISTEN TO THE PODCAST http://www.thelifeofagent.com/podcast WORK 1-on-1 WITH ME http://www.thelifeofagent.com/coaching SCHEDULE A FREE 15 MIN. CONSULTATION calendly.com/thelifeofagent LISTEN TO THE PODCAST ON ITUNES https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/the-life-of-a-gentleman-fashion-lifestyle/id1116526004?mt=2 SUBSCRIBE FOR MORE https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCZsIU2hAUrUIfoY6gzQHHag The Life of a Gentleman is a Podcast that covers the subjects of Fashion, Business and Lifestyle. The Podcast Host, Rich Taylor is also an author and entrepreneur, who has started a popular men's fashion brand with over 80K following on Instagram alone. Each week a business owner, brand creator, or other creative is interviewed. The goal is to inspire the audience to create their own business. The show also includes weekly style tips and business advice, making for a well-rounded gentleman. The Podcast is not only limited to men - with regular women contributors and a focus on entrepreneurship, anyone can benefit from the content. Let's work together to be the best version of ourselves we can possibly be!   What suit color should I buy first? The Life of a Gentleman Podcast (UNSTITCHED)   SHOP NECKTIES & ACCESSORIES https://harrisonblakeapparel.com/ GET 1 TIE + 4 ACCESSORIES FOR $25 http://harrisonblakeapparel.com/selected-monthly-club/ CONNECT WITH ME ONLINE http://www.thelifeofagent.com/ https://www.instagram.com/thelifeofagent/ https://www.instagram.com/wearlapelpins/?hl=en https://www.instagram.com/gentlemanspodcast/ https://twitter.com/rltheauthor?lang=en https://www.facebook.com/Harrison-Blake-Apparel-267679153414360/

Conscious Chatter with Kestrel Jenkins
S05 Episode 256 | Shilla Kim-Parker of Thrilling on the digitization of secondhand & supporting small business

Conscious Chatter with Kestrel Jenkins

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 35:52


In episode 256, Kestrel welcomes Shilla Kim-Parker, the co-founder and CEO of Thrilling, to the show. The first dedicated online marketplace for secondhand and vintage stores across the U.S., Thrilling has already helped digitize more than 600 stories across the country. “We put a lot of thought into — how do we present vintage and secondhand, because I don't want secondhand to be thought of as a lesser, marginalized shopping experience. The goal is to get everyone in the habit of shopping secondhand and vintage, and I really believe you can't force people to like spinach — you have to make it delightful.” -Shilla So, we've definitely touched on this in the past, but when it comes to the secondhand market — there is no doubt that the sector is going through a GROWTH SPURT.  According to ThredUp's 2021 Resale Report, the $36 billion secondhand market is projected to double in the next 5 years, reaching $77 billion, while the fast fashion market share is expected to stay relatively flat. As you may have seen, many brands are now building an in-house secondhand arm into their businesses, as everyone seems to be trying to find a way to capitalize on some of this explosive market. Is this helpful or is it just another way for bigger brands to make another buck off of us? There are a lot of hands reaching in to try to grab a piece of this secondhand pie. This week's guest isn't solely looking at secondhand as a *profit opportunity* — as an advocate for small business, she's very intentional about how secondhand is presented, because she doesn't want it to be thought of as a lesser, marginalized shopping experience.  Her platform has already helped digitize over 600 thrift stores across the U.S. — 95% of them being women and/or Black and Indigenous People Of Color - owned. As she shares, vintage and secondhand can be exciting not just to the vintage shopper, but to every shopper. Quotes & links from the conversation: “There are more of these stores across the U.S. than Starbucks and McDonald's combined, easy. And they collectively have billions of already hand picked, curated inventory. Each store has thousands of individual items. And getting them online for a store owner who is usually the sole proprietor, they're usually the sole bread winner of their household. You know, the store owners that we work with are 95% women, People of Color. They're the janitor, they're the accountant, they're the customer service, they're the sourcer for the stores, they're already juggling so much, they don't feel like they have a lot of time.” -Shilla (15:28) “We want to offer products that are going to last for decades and for generations and that are well made, and those are the values that we want to enforce and support as a company. And so, we have made that choice — that's the kind of promise that we want with the products that we sell. On the other hand, I don't shame anybody who feels that they need to shop some of these [fast fashion] brands, because sometimes, the people who are the most price-constrained, they are the best at taking care of their clothes for a long time.” -Shilla (29:00) Thrilling's Website > Follow Thrilling on Instagram >

Open Mic Night at the Movies
Eight Men Out, plus The Cruise (pt 3)

Open Mic Night at the Movies

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 89:58


Sports!!!!  Or more specifically, movies about sports.  This episode opens with Sean and Jakob giving some quick recommendations for Thanksgiving films and then moves right into a movie about America's favorite past time...  scandals.  We talk director John Sayles' 1988 sports drama 'Eight Men Out' which follows the 1919 Chicago White Sox as they lose the World Series on purpose to make some extra cash... aka The Black Sox Scandal (5:45).  Then Sean is joined by Mike as they continue their journey to find the best Tom Cruise movies.  This week takes a sports focus when they talk 'Jerry Maguire', 'The Color of Money', and 'All the Right Moves' on part 3 of The Cruise (50:00).

Color Commentary with James T. Harris
CRT Is Ruining Thanksgiving

Color Commentary with James T. Harris

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 9:14


Thanksgiving is supposed to be a time of friends, family and fellowship and to be thankful for what we have in our lives while living in this country. However the followers of CRT and those who fundamentally hate this country want you to hate it to and they want to ruin Thanksgiving for everyone.

Seeing Color
Episode 81: Accidental Arts Administrator (w/ Ashanti McGee)

Seeing Color

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 46:15


Hi everyone. Hope you are well. It is hard to imagine how time is flying…it has been just about over a year since I landed in China since the pandemic started. Now this past week I just had an exhibition opening which went okay. Felt kinda relieved after and was able to relaxed a bit. Now back to documenting and working on new projects. Gotta keep moving.Anyway, for this week, I have the amazing Ashanti McGee, an artist and arts advocate who has been living in Las Vegas for over 25 years. Ashanti began working in with arts institutions through grant writing and has since been part of WESTAF's Emerging Leaders of Color program and most recently served as a district representative for Nevada Congresswoman Susie Lee, focusing on outreach for Black, Native American, and LGBTQ+ communities around arts and culture, and environment and public lands. A proud parent of four, Ashanti has committed her work to updating arts education standards for the Nevada Department of Education; serving as a board member for Cultural Alliance of Nevada; co-founding the Las Vegas Womxn of Color Arts Festival, and acting as a core member of NUWU Cultural Arts + Activism complex. She also just curated "A Common Thread" at the Barrick Museum of Art at the University of Nevada, an exhibition celebrating womxn of color textile artists. I got to talk with Ashanti about many of these amazing activities, along with the importance of finding support in the arts while finding rest for yourself. Sit back, relax, and I hope you enjoy this.Links Mentioned: * Ashanti's Instagram* A Common Thread Exhibition* WESTAF* Emerging Leaders of Color* Mesa Gallery* African Diaspora of LV* Giovanni Melton Foundation Follow Seeing Color: * Seeing Color Website* Subscribe on Apple Podcasts* Facebook* Twitter* Instagram 

Engines of Our Ingenuity
Engines of Our Ingenuity 3264: Hockney’s iPad Impressionism

Engines of Our Ingenuity

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 3:50


Erin Keam's Conversations about Closets with my Closest 1000 friends.
Ashley Fontaine from Flux AF on her book Unstuck: A Practical Guide To Radical Change For Non-Profit Leaders and the color teal.

Erin Keam's Conversations about Closets with my Closest 1000 friends.

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 27:15


Ashley says: I am the founder and Chief Badassery Officer at Flux AF, where I help nonprofits in flux with strategic planning, facilitation, and leadership coaching. I bring a Master's in Social Work and a decade of experience in the mental health field to organizational and people challenges. As both a former nonprofit executive and a current board member, I have a unique understanding of how nonprofits work, the challenges they face, and how we can make change with less burnout. I'm here to help leaders establish their values, set strategic priorities, and hold boundaries that allow them to create meaningful change in the world, without lighting themselves on fire to keep others warm. Find Ashley here: Website: www.FluxAFconsulting.com LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/fontainea/ Instagram: https://instagram.com/smashfontaine ------ About Erin Keam Erin Keam is a Kiwi living in Seattle who works with women solopreneurs to create their ideal life and achieve their vision. She combines her 23 years' experience mentoring and being mentored in the recovery field with her career in marketing, film, media, TV, advertising, real estate and customer service (and a passion for fashion) to be a trusted source for solutions to what is getting between you and the life you want. She offers two paths to progress. One is her unique LifeStyle Statement sessions, in which women uncover their personal themes which are distilled into a one-of-a-kind Statement which can then be taken to every area of their life from wardrobe to relationships to their business to their career and their home. The other are her “pressure relief” mini-intensives where the focus is on moving closer to your vision through exploring and tackling personal and marketing issues which are keeping you stuck, whether clarifying your website's message to your clients, looking at how you spend your time and money, decluttering (mental and physical), dressing as who you want to be, assessing the first impression your media and home office make on your ideal clients and creating action plans to get you the life you want. When she's not doing this, she's interviewing women entrepreneurs on her podcast Conversations About Closets With My Closet 1000 Friends, about what they do, why and what they love about it, with one or two questions in there about clothing (there's that passion for fashion!). Female-identifying (or non-binary) and want to be a guest? Book here! You can find out more on her website erinkeam.comShe would love to connect with you on Instagram or LinkedIn or Facebook. Hey, Koa Club members! Something getting between you and your goals? Often, all we need is someone to hold space while we talk through what's keeping us stuck and the solution presents itself. Book a Talk it Out Call here with Erin. If you want an action step, she'll suggest one. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/erin-keam/support

Relevant Tones
Hearing In Color

Relevant Tones

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 53:48


Hearing In Color is a Chicago-based organization dedicated to sharing music, stories, and composers, that have been historically excluded from musical spaces, with its community. Stephen Anthony Rawson talks with Artistic Director LaRob K. Payton and composer Steve Wallace.

Queens of Social Work
Love, Loss & the Holidays

Queens of Social Work

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 41:30


Holiday season is upon us and during this time many different emotions come up. Sometimes it's joy and happiness. Sometimes it's grief and sadness. Whatever the emotion the holidays are an important in our lives and if you have experienced loss it can be a trigger. In this episode we are talking to Queen J bka Joi Britt. Queen J is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker born & raised in Bronx, NY. She is the owner & therapist of Life Intentionally Psychotherapy Services LCSW PLLC where she mostly works with women of color on concerns such as anxiety, relationships, family and work trauma. Joi is also the host of The Joi of Social Work Podcast where she discusses her life after loss and the importance of mental health wellness for Communities of Color.Please follow Queen J on instagram at @thejoiofsocialwork and @lifeintentionallypsychotherapy. 

All American Savage Pod cast
BLM Mass Murderer And The Press Doesn't Say A Peep About His Color-

All American Savage Pod cast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 69:47


Join my Telegram chat group here: https://t.me/johnburkmemes Follow my instagram here: https://instagram.com/thejohnburk Twitter: https://twitter.com/sergeantsavage Political Instagram: https://instagram.com/allamericansavageshow

Color Commentary with James T. Harris
The Rittenhouse Verdict Is Not Acceptable To The Left

Color Commentary with James T. Harris

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 13:54


The verdict of not guilty on all charges in the Kyle Rittenhouse case did not sit well with the Left and the media that they propagate their message through. They must push back and keep the narrative and agenda on their side!

From Here
Muppets of Color

From Here

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 33:53


Delia and Dawn discuss muppets of color and the importance of representation of Asian American voices and stories in the media.

Justin, Scott and Spiegel Show Highlights
What's Your Favorite Eye Color?

Justin, Scott and Spiegel Show Highlights

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 8:12


From brown to blue to green to grey, Scott along with cohosts Joe Robinson and Melissa Kim talk about their favorite eye colors.

Good Day for a Movie Podcast
Ep 042 // The Color of Money

Good Day for a Movie Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 67:15


Tate went off the wall for his pick by his standards by picking a popular movie. We review 1986's The Color of Money starring Paul Newman, Tom Cruise, and Mary Elizabeth Mastrantonio. We talk about the best sounds in sports, cover the plot, acting, and Sage and Jacob put their "real critic" glasses on and attempt to talk about editing. A cuckoo clock also goes off at some point. This movie was directed by Martin Scorsese. GD4AM: 80/100 IMDb: 7.0/10 Metacritic: 77/100 RT: 89% Fast Eddie Felson teaches a cocky but immensely talented protégé the ropes of pool hustling, which in turn inspires him to make an unlikely comeback. This movie is currently available for rent on most streaming platforms.

Upaya Zen Center's Dharma Podcast
Heather McTeer Toney: Social and Environmental Justice (Part 1 of 4)

Upaya Zen Center's Dharma Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 70:00


The first talk of the Social & Environmental Justice day long at Upaya, ‘recovering politician' Heather Mcteer Toney, points to the critical role of identity in climate solutions. Because of this nation's history, Communities' of Color's mistrust has left them out of participating in local and national climate solutions. In response, she recommends 3 points to regain community trust: 1) Deep […]

KBS WORLD Radio Korea 24
Korea 24 - 2021.11.22

KBS WORLD Radio Korea 24

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021


Korea24 – 2021.11.22. (Monday) News Briefing: The government has assessed last week's COVID-19 risk level for the nation as "high” and the Seoul metro region as "very high," in a new five-point scale system. This comes as the nation reported 2,827 new cases on Monday, the highest number for a Monday. The number of severe cases stayed above 500 for the third straight day. (Eunice Kim) In-Depth News Analysis: President Moon Jae-in held a town hall meeting with members of the public on Sunday to answer questions about his major policies. This was only the second such event during his presidency, and with less than 6 months left of his time in office, it was likely his last. Most questions were centered around the coronavirus situation and people’s livelihoods, but as this meeting came during election campaign season, no questions related to politics or the presidential candidates were allowed, which led to criticism that it did not serve to answer questions that the public most wanted to ask. Law professor Kim Ki-chang (김기창) from Korea University joins us on the line to provide his review of the event. Korea Trending with Walter Lee: 1. The police are facing strong criticism for failing to save a woman under police protection from her ex-boyfriend, who stabbed her to death. (흉기 찔려 숨진 신변 보호자, 경찰 대응 논란) 2. The Supreme Court overturned lower court rulings to find a bus driver liable for injuries that a passenger received when they fell as the bus stopped. (버스 정차 전 일어나 다친 승객…대법 "기사 책임") 3. The new Korean fantasy horror series ‘Hellbound’ was reportedly the most-watched show on Netflix on Saturday. (넷플릭스 '지옥' 공개 하루 만에 전 세계 드라마 1위) Monday Sports Round-up: Last Thursday, the KT Wiz completed their sweep of the Doosan Bears in the KBO Korean Series, securing their first ever championship. Sports reporter Yoo Jee-ho from the Yonhap News Agency wraps up the series for us, as well as the latest twist in the football K League 1 title race, and golfer Ko Jin-young’s win in the final championship of the LPGA season to capture both the Player of the Year and money titles. Morning Edition Preview with Mark Wilson-Choi: - In tomorrow’s Korea Times, Kwon Mee-yoo writes about “The Republic of Color” exhibition that showcases the vibrant culture of the Dominican Republic. - Tomorrow’s Korea Herald features a piece by Kan Hyeong-woo that delves into why politicians in Korea often visit graves and national cemeteries.

IDIOTSYNCRATIC
AFRIKA - EPISODE 209

IDIOTSYNCRATIC

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 148:44


Justyn and Alex each bring a different topic, weekly, called an 'Interest'. An Interest can range from rants, raves and literally nothing that anyone but them would care about -- and everything else in between.We had the pleasure of being joined by TheFlapJack_123.Welcome to IDIOTSYNCRATIC.Thew news bits we covered:State Board Drops ‘Sex Offender' Term Calling It A Negative Label.Delivery person chased by axe-wielding man demanding pizza: Winnipeg policeWhat are we talking about today?Alex-Custom KeyboardsJustyn-Cowboy Bepop (Netflix)TheFlapJack_123-His First Stand-up Routine (in Dutch: not funny)Join the conversation. Leave a voicemail: 682-422-9458Check out our sister shows!Kinda Important Gaming PodcastWe'll Name This Later---------------------------IDIOTSYNCRATIC.showTwitchDiscordPatreonYouTubeFacebookInstagramTwitterWe truly appreciate everyone who takes time out of their busy schedules to support us and share the show.Theme: Fill with Color by Pseudo Future.

The Big Vito Brand
Getting Color - Who will Survive ?!?!?

The Big Vito Brand

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 25:33


Join us on Patreon.com/bigvmafia Videos of our podcasts are available on Twitch.tv/thebigvitobrand Listen HERE Anchor : Anchor.FM/thebigvitobrand IHeart : https://www.iheart.com/podcast/256-the-big-vito-brand-31159185/ iTunes : https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-big-vito-brand Stitcher : https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/the-big-vito-brand Podbean : https://www.podbean.com/podcast-detail/j26b3-76d3a/The-Big-Vito-Brand-Podcast On your Alexa Devices under Flash Briefings https://www.amazon.com/The-Big-Vito-Brand/dp/B07N62Z7J4 Get Social HERE Instagram and Twitter: @thebigvitobrand Instagram and Twitter @MagicTSpiller Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/thebigvitobrand TikTok @thebigvitobrand Official websites : BigVito.com TheBigVitoBrand.com Virtue on twitter @NoDQ_Virtue @NotJargo Everything is a gimmick and Brightside of the ring @ItsBradShepard PWR team on twitter @pwhustleprof @TheeTommyWonder @TheP1JB @BigRayHernandez --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thebigvitobrand/message

The John Batchelor Show
S4 Ep1819: Jeff McCausland #Unbound. Gettysburg Leadership—the complete, forty-minute interview. May 21, 2021.

The John Batchelor Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 39:50


Photo:   Gettysburg July 2nd. The Union and Rebel forces in the cemetery. [sic; see below] While purporting to depict a meeting of Union and Confederate forces at Cemetery Hill, this map instead shows in detail the disposition of Union forces on Cemetery and Culp's hills. Of greater interest is the indication of the location of Sickles's 3rd Corps along the Emmitsburg Road on the morning of July 2nd, and their new position at the base of Little Round Top by nightfall. Sickles, having overextended his line, left himself open to a flank attack by Hood's division. "Night of July 2nd." Color coding indicates the location of Union and Confederate forces. ..  ..  ..   @Batchelorshow Jeff McCausland #Unbound. The complete, forty-minute interview. May 21, 2021. Battle Tested! Gettysburg Leadership Lessons for 21st Century Leaders, by Jeffrey D. McCausland (Author), Tom Vossler (Author), Walter Dixon (Narrator), Gildan Media (Publisher). Audible Audiobook– Unabridged https://www.amazon.com/Battle-Tested-Gettysburg-Leadership-Lessons/dp/1642934534 In order to be a truly effective leader, it is necessary to learn as much as possible from the examples of history—the disasters as well as the triumphs. At Gettysburg, Union and Confederate commanders faced a series of critical leadership challenges under the enormous stress of combat. The fate of the nation hung in the balance. Each of these leaders  responded in different ways, but the concepts and principles they applied during those traumatic three days contain critical lessons for today's leaders that are both useful and applicable—whether those leaders manage operations at a large corporation, supervise a public institution, lead an athletic team, or govern a state or municipality.   In the twenty-first century, leadership is the indispensable quality that separates successful organizations from failures. Successful leaders communicate vision, motivate team members, and inspire trust. One must move both people and the collective organization into the future while, at the same time, dealing with the past. A leader must learn to master the dynamic requirements of decision-making and change.

OWC RADiO
Get Better at Color Management with Brenda Hipsher of Calibrite

OWC RADiO

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021


Color! In today's episode, Host Cirina Catania talks with the VP of Sales and Marketing for Calibrite, Brenda Hipsher, and discusses their world-class color management tools for creatives in the photo, video, and film space. And, listen carefully, there's a very interesting promotional offer from the folks at Luminar. Calibrite's developers are a passionate group of people who bring their exceptional products, inspiration and education to all creatives who need color management. During the interview Cirina talks with Brenda and delves into the topics of how Calibrite evolved and Brenda's particular passion, education and the initiatives she has developed to enable photographers and creatives of all kind to explore color management. Brenda's deep knowledge and love of all things 'color' and her long-time experience in the lab make her a teacher with an outstanding ability to share her knowledge and educate us to be better at what we do. For more information about our amazing sponsor, Other World Computing, go to OWCDigital.com, where you'll find hardware and software solutions and tutorial videos that will get you up and running in no time. For more about our host, filmmaker, tech maven and co-founder of the Sundance Film Festival, Cirina Catania, visit cirinacatania.com. If you enjoy our podcast, please subscribe and tell all your friends about us! We love our listeners. And, if you have ideas for segments, write to OWCRadio@catania.us. Cirina is always up for new ideas!

Artblog Radio
Artists of Color Collective, an active, student-led community for diverse creatives at Temple University

Artblog Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2021 23:17


Alissa Roach and Hannah Pang, co-presidents of the Artists of Color Collective at Temple University, join host Logan Cryer in this 23-minute podcast interview to talk about their recent "Digital Entanglements" exhibition at Tiger Strikes Asteroid, and their upcoming zine (AoCC's second ever publication). You can support the Artists of Color Collective via Instagram DMs (@Artists_of_Color).

Color Commentary with James T. Harris
The Biden Administration Has Been Continuously Lying To Us All

Color Commentary with James T. Harris

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2021 11:21


The Biden Administration simply does not feel compelled to tell the truth to the American people about anything. The lies are starting to catch up to them and we the people are already tired of their antics.

Keys To The Shop : Equipping the Coffee Retail Professional
RoR #9 Inside the Roaster's Tool Kit w/ Kat Melheim of Black and White Coffee and The Coffee People Zine

Keys To The Shop : Equipping the Coffee Retail Professional

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2021 65:13


Where do we even start when choosing tools for our roastery? There are an incredible number of options from basic and inexpensive -to complex and costly. In the most recent issue of Roast Magazine, today's guest, Kat Melheim gives us an outline of tools and resources through the entire roasting process that can help clarify this dilemma.  Kat Melheim (she/her) is a roaster, barista, artist, and writer. She founded Coffee People Zine, a publication that celebrates the creativity of the coffee community, in 2018. Through her work in the coffee industry she has been fortunate enough to travel, meet exceptional people, and taste delicious coffees all over the world. Kat strives to connect with others, share what she's learning, and entertain with joy and enthusiasm.  On today's RoR episode we will be diving into the subject of getting the right tools for you specific roasting operation,how Kat's own career has been helped by having or lacking resources, and her advice to us on how we should approach developing ourselves as technicians and artists. Lots of wonderful thoughts and insights here. Enjoy! Links:  www.coffeepeople.org Instagram: @coffeepeoplezine Instagram: @coffeekatheryn  Instagram: @roasterkat Kat's YouTube channel!    On this episode of RoR from Roast Magazine Her career path in roasting Resources and opportunities that helped her Prioritizing tools by impact Importance of roaster “Quality of Life” Discerning what is essential for your context Levels of need  Importance of time on the roaster Being a taster  Taking care of your body Kats Recommended tools The importance of feedback and communication   Advice for growing as an artist and technician    Subscribe to Roast Magazine! www.roastmagazine.com   Related Episodes: RoR #1: A Conversation w/ Anne Cooper of Equilibrium Master Roasters RoR #2: Exploring Quality Control w/ Spencer Turer of Coffee Enterprises RoR #3: Making Contingency Planning a Reality w/ Andi Trindle Mersch of Philz Coffee RoR #4: Practical Thermal Dynamics w/ Candice Madison of Royal Coffee / The Crown Oak RoR #5: Time and Color in Roasting w/ Morten Munchow of Coffee Mind” RoR #6: Buying Less and Doing More w/ Ever Meister RoR #7 Illustrative Sample Roasting w/ Mike Ebert of Firedancer Coffee Consultants ROR #8 How Post-Harvest Processing Impacts Flavor w/ Siva Subramanian and Byron Holcomb of Olam Food Ingredients    

Talking Out Your Glass podcast
Sonja Blomdahl: Queen of Symmetry

Talking Out Your Glass podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2021 59:18


Strong. Calm. Serene. So are the vessels of Sonja Blomdahl. In an industrial neighborhood near Seattle's Lake Union, the artist turned loose her vivid colors into the unsuspecting gray of her spacious cinderblock and cement studio. If a Scandinavian flavor is detected in the hue of her celestial orbs, it is by chance as she credits rainy Seattle as her primary inspiration. But Blomdahl is in fact of Swedish descent, leaving some collectors of her work to wonder if the Scandinavian sense of style and design is in her blood.  After graduating from Massachusetts College of Art with a BFA in ceramics, Blomdahl studied at Orrefors Glass School in Sweden for six months, providing her with a solid background in efficiently handling her material. Upon arrival at the glass factory in 1976, she had $300 in her pocket. When her apprenticeship was over and in need of cash, Blomdahl went to work as a cleaning woman in a Swedish hospital to finance trips to Italy and the British Isles. Back in Massachusetts, she blew glass in a New Hampshire studio for nine months until Dan Dailey, a former teacher at Mass Art, invited her to be his teaching assistant at Pilchuck.  Three weeks at Pilchuck in the summer of 1978 proved to be a pivotal time in Blomdahl's career, for it was there that she viewed the Italian master Checco Ongaro demonstrate the double bubble or incalmo technique. She honed this process over the next two years while working at the Glass Eye Studio in Seattle and teaching glassblowing at Pratt Fine Arts Center. After her first exhibition at Traver in 1981, Blomdahl stopped working at the Glass Eye, bought a three-month Euro Rail pass and traveled around Europe. There, she had the opportunity to produce new work in Ann Wolff's studio in Sweden – a wonderful experience that further entrenched Blomdahl's desire to establish her own hotshop. She shipped the work made there back to Seattle and had a second sell-out show at Traver, allowing her to build a studio in 1982, where she worked for the next 25 years. Currently on view in Venice and American Studio Glass, curated by Tina Oldknow and William Warmus, Blomdahl's work was the focus of solo exhibitions at the Montgomery Museum of Fine Art, Montgomery, Alabama; Martha's Vineyard Glassworks, West Tisbury, Massachusetts; and the William Traver Gallery, Tacoma, Washington. Permanent installations and collections include American Craft Museum, New York, New York; Clinton Presidential Library and Museum, Little Rock, Arkansas; Museum of Decorative Art, Prague, Czech Republic; Corning Museum of Glass, Corning, New York; and Kitazawa Contemporary Glass Museum, Kitazawa, Japan, to name a few. She has held teaching positions at Pratt Fine Arts Center, Haystack Mountain School of Crafts in Deer Isle, Maine, and the Appalachian Center in Smithville, Tennessee.  Blomdahl's focus has been the vessel. She states: “In the vessel, I find the form to be of primary importance. It holds the space. In a sense, the vessel is a history of my breath: It contains the volume within. If I have done things correctly, the profile of the piece is a continuous curve; the shape is full, and the opening confident. Color is often the joy in making a piece. I want the colors to glow and react with each other. The clear band between the colors acts as an optic lens; it moves the color around and allows you to see into the piece. The relationship between form, color, proportion, and process intrigued me.”  

Sayin it Plain w/ TJ Harris & Ms.Chelle
Special Guest Host of America's Big Deal Scott Evans and Another Kid killed over Social Media

Sayin it Plain w/ TJ Harris & Ms.Chelle

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2021 57:54


Today on Sayin it Plain we are joined by Special Guest Scott Evans host of America's Big Deal on USA Network and Were talking about Another young Kid of Color being killed because of Social Media.Follow the ShowInstagram & Facebook @sayinitplainradioTwitter @sayinitplain***You can Join the Show Live Thursdays @ 2pm ET on Real 1100AM Atlanta***#BlackPodcast #BlackMedia

How do you like it so far?
Race & Fandom, with andré carrington, Abigail De Kosnik, and Rukmini Pande

How do you like it so far?

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2021 87:01


This week, Henry & Colin are joined by three fan studies scholars, andré m. carrington,author of Speculative Blackness: The Future of Race in Science Fiction; Abigail De Kosnik, author of #identity: Hashtagging Race, Gender, Sexuality, and Nation; and Rukmini Pande author of Fandom, Now in Color and Squee from the Margins. We talk about how race has been addressed (or not) in fandoms and fan studies, digging into recent fandom controversies over race, such as Star Wars: The Last Jedi, and the legacy of fandom's roots in America. We ask how Squid Games can be the most popular series on Netflix, even as we are seeing an unprecidented wave of anti-Asian hate crimes or why fandom has tended to ignore some of the characters of color who have emerged through popular entertainment franchises. Ultimately, how can we look beyond the competing narratives of “fandom will save us” vs. “toxic fandom” for more nuanced ways to understand and deal with societal biases through fandoms?A full transcript of this episode will be available soon!Here are some of the references from this episode, for those who want to dig a little deeper:andré m. carrington - Associate Professor of English at the University of California-Riverside, author of Speculative Blackness: The Future of Race in Science FictionAbigail De Kosnik - Associate Professor and Director, Berkeley Center for New Media, author of #identity: Hashtagging Race, Gender, Sexuality, and NationRukmini Pande - Associate Professor, Literary Studies and Writing, Jindal School of Liberal Arts & Humanities, author of Fandom, Now in Color and Squee from the MarginsOriginal Star Trek series – origins of fandomStar Wars Last Jedi trolling - Kelly Marie Tran, Krystina Arielle, John BoyegaTolkien fandom dust-upEarly Sherlock Holmes fan clubsStar Trek, Blake's 7 60s-70sEarly internet fandom – usenet, geo cities, yahoo groupsLive JournalFan Pressure to integrate:Jordan Peele's Twilight Zone RebootAva duVernay's A Wrinkle in TimeDisney's live action version The Little MermaidThe Flash – pushback on casting Iris as BlackNetflix announces Squid Game is bigger than BridgertonWendy Chun – High-Tech orientalismConcept of “ships”/"shipping"Bong Joon-ho, Steven YeunBruce Lee (actor) vs. Kato in the Green Hornet (character)Simu Liu (actor) vs. Shang-Chi (character)Korean media wave: BTS, ParasiteFan fiction and diversity/inclusionSorry to Bother You (Boots Riley)Tenoch Huerta as Namor (Black Panther character)Oscar IsaacTony LeungLead Users and Democratizing Innovation book by Eric Von HippleRobert KozinetsReview of #Republic (and the value of deliberating enclaves) by David WeinbergerMichael Saler - a public sphere of the imaginationEpisode #79: Hope for New Online Public Spaces with Talia Stroud and Eli PariserShare your thoughts via Twitter with Henry, Colin and the How Do You Like It So Far? account! You can also email us at howdoyoulikeitsofarpodcast@gmail.com.Music:“In Time” by Dylan Emmett and “Spaceship” by Lesion X.––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––In Time (Instrumental) by Dylan Emmet  https://soundcloud.com/dylanemmetSpaceship by Lesion X https://soundcloud.com/lesionxbeatsCreative Commons — Attribution 3.0 Unported — CC BY 3.0Free Download / Stream: https://bit.ly/in-time-instrumentalFree Download / Stream: https://bit.ly/lesion-x-spaceshipMusic promoted by Audio Library https://youtu.be/AzYoVrMLa1Q––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––

Color Commentary with James T. Harris
Build Back Better Channels School House Rock

Color Commentary with James T. Harris

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2021 5:49


The Build Back Better Plan from the Biden Administration needs help to get more support. Their answer to do this? Use the old School House Rock style of advertisement to get people to buy in of course!

The Karen Kenney Show
What Color Are Your Eyes?

The Karen Kenney Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2021 28:53


Our identity is created through several different things but most often it all starts with our first experiences, and the environment we grow up in. Who we believe we are or the concept of ourselves, our ego; gets shaped between the ages of zero and eight. In our early years before the world gets its hands on us, we start out naturally knowing our full true Self; as children of God and extensions of Love. We are born pure, innocent, happy and peaceful beings; we enter the world in a place of wonder. Aware of our own brilliance and magnificence. Then slowly, the ego world takes hold and begins to imprint its version of “truth” on us. A mistaken truth which sadly many of us take as gospel. Today on The Karen Kenney Show, we're taking a look at the stories we take on, write and tell about ourselves. The kind of stories that have us believing we aren't good enough, that we're stupid, or we're broken or not lovable. When the reality is actually the opposite. There may have been pockets of time when maybe you were fumbling around trying to figure it all out, but no matter what you do, no one can take away your true identity. The identity where you are worthy, loveable and capable of loving. While our “ego personalities” could probably use some work (Ha!).... that doesn't mean we are broken and need to be fixed. Instead, we need to remember who we truly are, our real, capital S - Self, and work from a place of love and acceptance of who we came here to be. KK's Key Takeaways: • The Concept Of Identity (3:24) • Why Did I Think My Eyes Were Brown (8:24) • We All Have Things To Work On (16:07) • What Color Are Your Eyes (21:26) Karen Kenney Show Podcast. She's also the founder of THE NEST - an online spiritual membership & community. She's been a student & guide of A Course in Miracles for close to three decades, a yoga teacher for 20+ years and is a longtime practitioner of Passage Meditation. She's also a Gateless Writing Instructor & workshop facilitator and is currently working on a memoir. KK grew up in Lawrence & Boston, MA, and graduated from BU with a degree in Communications. She's known for her storytelling, her sense of humor, her love of the Divine and her “down-to-earth” practical approach to Spirituality. Her signature process: Your Story to Your Glory™ - helps people transform their old stories of victimization & suffering, so they can choose Love over fear, improve their most important relationships, deepen their connection to Self, Source & Spirit, and live from a place of forgiveness, flow, freedom & fun! A sought-after speaker, spiritual teacher, and thought leader for podcasts, shows, live events, and mastermind programs, Karen's been invited to speak & teach on various platforms, stages & retreat centers across the country, including the renowned Omega Institute for Holistic Studies. You can learn more & connect with KK at: www.karenkenney.com Thank you so much for listening! If you're digging the show, I'd be wicked grateful if you would go to Apple Podcasts, hit Follow and then leave a star rating & review. If something I shared from my heart today somehow landed in yours, I'd love to hear about it. So please tag me on Facebook or Instagram and let me know what your favorite part was or what you found most helpful. If you can think of someone that could benefit from hearing this episode, please share it with them & help me to spread the good word and the Love. xo

Identity Talk 4 Educators LIVE
"Decolonizing International Schools" (Kevin Simpson)

Identity Talk 4 Educators LIVE

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2021 79:03


In this episode, I had an awesome conversation with veteran international education leader Kevin Simpson about his personal journey in education, life as an international educator, the need to diversify the international teaching force, and so much more! To learn more about Kevin's work, you can visit the Association of International Educators & Leaders of Color website at aieloc.org and/or you can follow him on Instagram (@kdslglobal) or Twitter (@GlobalKdsl). BIO: KDSL Global is an education consulting company launched by Kevin Simpson in 2016 in the USA and in the United Arab Emirates (UAE). Simpson and his team have served thousands of schools, organizations, educators, and leaders worldwide in over 25 countries. The majority of this work in education has centered on American curriculum schools. Since 2008, Simpson has been focused on education in the MENA region, assisted numerous schools with accreditation, training, development, and served as a thought partner to investors on school start-up projects. Simpson is co-founder of the UAE Learning Network and leads the GCC ASCD Connected Community. In addition, he has co-authored papers on American curriculum in the MENA region with a focus on Common Core State Standards, the Next Generation Science Standards, social studies, the arts, and the history of American Education in the UAE. He holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Education and a Master of Education degree in Curriculum and Teaching from Michigan State University (USA). --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/identitytalk4educators/support

LatinxAmerica's podcast
Cristina Trujillo Talks About Launching a Mediatech and Entertainment Company

LatinxAmerica's podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2021 25:58


Cristina Trujillo talks about her path to becoming a founder of REEM. REEM Media is a full-service bilingual MediaTech agency owned and operated by Women of Color, leading a diverse talent pool of high-caliber creatives in media and tech.   https://www.reemmedia.org/

The Grand Tourist with Dan Rubinstein
India Mahdavi: The Queen of Color

The Grand Tourist with Dan Rubinstein

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021 41:56


Throughout her inspiring career, interior designer India Mahdavi has created restaurants, shops, and homes bursting with a sophisticated palette of hues that has become her signature. On this episode, Dan speaks with this highly respected talent about her unique upbringing, how she designed the most Instagrammed restaurant of all time, and how the imaginary world she created as a child inspires her to this day. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

The Successful Pitch with John Livesay
Unbias With Stacey Gordon  

The Successful Pitch with John Livesay

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021 26:21


Unconscious bias stops you from seeing someone qualified enough to do the job. John Livesay's guest in this episode is Stacey Gordon, author of UNBIAS: Addressing Unconscious Bias at Work. Stacey discusses with John how experiencing exclusion as a black female herself inspired her to write this book. People often hire people who look like them. We have a misguided notion that whatever we have done is the best way to do it. We dislike difference and change. Listen to this episode to discover how we can work our way to diversity and inclusion. Tune in and be unbiased! Love the show? Subscribe, rate, review, and share! Here's How » Join The Successful Pitch community today: JohnLivesay.com John Livesay Facebook John Livesay Twitter John Livesay LinkedIn John Livesay YouTube

The Kitchen Sisters Present
177 - The Pardoning of Homer Plessy

The Kitchen Sisters Present

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2021 31:02


One hundred-twenty-five years after he was convicted for sitting down in a whites-only train car, Homer Plessy is being pardoned. In 1896 his landmark case, Plessy v. Ferguson, went before the Supreme Court which ruled to uphold "separate but equal" racial segregation which remained in effect until 1954. In June 1892, Homer Plessy, a mixed race shoemaker in New Orleans, was arrested, convicted and fined $25 for taking a seat in a whites-only train car. This was not a random act. It was a carefully planned move by the Citizens Committee, an activist group of Free People of Color, to fight a new law being enacted in Louisiana which threatened to re-impose segregation as the reforms made after the Civil War began to dissolve. The Citizens Committee recruited Homer Plessy, a light skinned black man, to board a train and get arrested in order to push the case to the Supreme Court in hopes of a decision that would uphold equal rights. Homer's case was defeated 7 to 1. The case sharply divided the nation racially and its defeat “gave teeth” to Jim Crow. The “separate but equal” decision not only applied to public transportation, it spread into every aspect of life — schools, public toilets, public eating places. For some 58 years it was not recognized as unconstitutional until the Brown v. Board of Education case was decided in 1954. Homer Plessy died in 1925 and his conviction for breaking the law remained on his record. Now, 125 years after his arrest, Homer Plessy is being pardoned for his crime. The pardon was spearheaded by Keith Plessy, a descendent of Homer Plessy, and Phoebe Ferguson, the great-great granddaughter of John Howard Ferguson, the convicting judge in the case. The two have joined forces digging deep into this complex, little known story – setting the record straight, and working towards truth and reconciliation in the courtrooms, on the streets and in the schools of New Orleans and across the nation. The Plessy and Ferguson Foundation is responsible for erecting plaques throughout New Orleans commemorating African American historic sites and civil rights leaders. This episode also delves into the story of one of these markers commemorating the integration of the McDonogh 19 Elementary School by three 6-year-old African American girls in 1960.