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Leading Equity
LE 249: Embracing Our Students Home Language with Robert Scott, Ed.D.

Leading Equity

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 6, 2022 30:02


Pre-Order the Leading Equity Book Today! About Robert Bruce Scott, Ed.D. Robert Bruce Scott earned an M.A. in Curriculum and Instruction - T.E.S.L. (1984) - at University of Kansas before starting an overseas teaching career that took him to Ecuador, Japan, and Saudi Arabia, eventually settling for 10 years in New York City and returning to his home state of Kansas in 2002, where he has worked as a teacher educator and advocate for students and families from diverse heritages and students with special needs over the past two decades. In 2011, he fulfilled a lifelong dream of completing his doctorate in special education (Ed.D.) at Kansas State University. Robb Scott has four children, who all are bilingual or multilingual, and three grandchildren, two girls and a boy. Dr. Scott is an educational consultant with expertise in TESOL, special education, and educational technology. He has managed ESL MiniConference Online since 2001 and recently started a newsletter called Multilingual Adaptive Systems. Show Highlights Teaching students with English as a second language Socializing multilingual learners Connect with Robb Twitter Center for Research on Education, Diversity, and Excellence (2018). Center for Research on Education, Diversity, and Excellence Hawai‘i Project (CREDE). Curriculum Research & Development Group, University of Hawai‘i Mānoa College of Education. The Center for Universal Design (1997). The principles of universal design, version 2.0, 4/1/97. North Carolina State University.  Gusman, J. (July, 2003). Elementary education sheltered instruction. Third Annual CLD Institute, Garden City, KS.  Ortiz, D.L. & Guss, T.O. (1995). Counseling implications for male Hispanic dropouts: Forging a prevention program.  Salva, C. (April, 2022). Supporting newcomers and SLIFE through to graduation (Webinar). Center for Academic Language Development Webinar Series, Seidlitz Education.  Additional Resources Learn more about the Advocacy Room Free Course on Implicit Bias 20 Diversity Equity and Inclusion Activities Annihilating Racial Injustice in School Course FREE AUDIO COURSE: Race, Advocacy, and Social Justice Studies

Breaking Down Patriarchy
Breaking Down Patriarchy and Acts of Resistance – with Theresa Beauchamp & Delin Ruhl

Breaking Down Patriarchy

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 5, 2022 45:48


Where are we today? Where do we want to be in the future? How do we get there? On today's episode we hear stories from Theresa Beauchamp and Delin Ruhl, two people who've taken action in moments of injustice. Our guests share their remarkable tales of standing up against oppression, whether that confrontation happens behind the lines of a phone bank or face to face in the streets. Theresa Beauchamp (she/her) is a retired family practice Physician Assistant and full-time political activist focused on reproductive and racial justice and the fight against voter suppression. Boogie boarding, e-biking with her husband, live theatre, hiking in the Sierras and playing with her grandchildren rejuvenate her along her journey as a lifelong activist. Delin Ruhl (they/them) is a musician and storyteller based out of Portland, OR. Locally, Dell plays alto saxophone for the Carroll Raum Swing Orchestra, and flute for the group Jump Up Pup. They have also played whistle and bodhran with the group Possibly Irish at Enchanted Forest, and enjoy performing original sets at venues like The Ranger Station and Floyd's Coffee. Theater credits include Is He Dead? and The Glass Menagerie (Hawai‘i Pacific University), for which they received a Hawai‘i State Theater Association Po‘okela Award for Leading Actor. Regional theater credits include A Christmas Carol (Goodman Theatre), Circle Mirror Transformation; Mauritius (Hawai‘i Repertory Theater), and Someone Else's Slippas (The Arts at Mark's Garage). Offstage, they can often be found debating with their parrot, snuggling their 20-pound Flemish Giant rabbit, or writing limericks.

TacoCorp Fantasy Football League
TCFFL 71 - Alone / Top 5 Russ Songs

TacoCorp Fantasy Football League

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 4, 2022 72:04


Nate and TD discuss what's on their minds, whether or not they like to be alone, & must do things for the summer. They then hop into their travels to Germany, France, Hawai'i, and Las Vegas. Follow all that up with a draft of their Top 5 Russ Songs tailed by their rants & raves. TacoCorp FFL Twitter 58 W. King Podcast - Apple 58 W. King Podcast - Spotify 58 W. King Twitter Whiskey Flick - Apple Whiskey Flick - Spotify Whiskey Flick - Twitter Subscribe. Download. Listen. Rate. Review. Share. Love.

HaveAlohaWillTravel
Have Aloha Will Travel EP:87: How to Get Hitched in Hawaiʻi

HaveAlohaWillTravel

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 4, 2022 35:21


On this episode of the “Have Aloha Will Travel” podcast, co-hosts Catherine Toth Fox and Grace Maeda sit down with expert wedding planner Tessa Gomes and professional wedding photographer Joseph Esser. From gathering inspiration and creating mood boards, to keeping guests under control, Tessa and Joseph provide valuable insight and tips on how to get hitched without a hitch.

American Conservative University
Ann Coulter, John Zmirak, Eric Metaxas. French Revolution and the American Revolution were Exact Opposites. Pro-Choice Demons Go to War. Judas Gun Stealing Republicans.

American Conservative University

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 4, 2022 59:33


Ann Coulter, John Zmirak, Eric Metaxas. French Revolution and the American Revolution were Exact Opposites. Pro-Choice Demons Go to War. Judas Gun Stealing Republicans.   The American History You Don't Know HAPPY JULY 4TH!!! Ann Coulter Ann Coulter, AUTHOR OF 13 NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLERS, chats about politics, religion, war, crime, history, sex, race, soccer (even real sports!) – all the things we're told it's impolite to raise in polite company. Coulter's UNSAFE podcast is the Rapid Response Team to the Democratic Party and its subsidiaries, The New York Times, The Washington Post, MSNBC, CNN, et al — as well as 90 percent of the Republican Party. Listen here first – and be 3 days ahead of all the cable news channel hosts, who will undoubtedly be listening too   The Eric Metaxas Show John Zmirak  Jul 01 2022   Big Bad John Zmirak brings his usual thunder and lightning with focus on new articles at Stream.org, including, "Pro-Choice Arguments Are Dead, Now We See the Demons" and "Can SCOTUS Save Our Gun Rights from Republicans in the Senate?"   The Eric Metaxas Show The Eric Metaxas Show- https://metaxastalk.com/podcasts/   Book Mentioned- Death by Government by RJ Rummel. Get yours free at- https://www.hawaii.edu/powerkills/DBG.CHAP1.HTM   About the Author- Rudolph Rummel From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   Rudolph Rummel   Born Rudolph Joseph Rummel October 21, 1932 Cleveland, Ohio, U.S. Died March 2, 2014 (aged 81) Kaneohe, Hawaii, U.S. Education University of Hawaiʻi (B.A., political science, 1959) (M.A., political science, 1961) Northwestern University (Ph.D., political science, 1963) Occupation Political scientist Employer Indiana University (1963–1964) Yale University (1964–1966) University of Hawaiʻi (1966–1995) Known for Research on war and conflict resolution Website hawaii.edu/powerkills Rudolph Joseph Rummel (October 21, 1932 – March 2, 2014)[1] was an American political scientist and professor at the Indiana University, Yale University, and University of Hawaiʻi. He spent his career studying data on collective violence and war with a view toward helping their resolution or elimination. Contrasting genocide, Rummel coined the term democide for murder by government, such as the genocide of indigenous peoples and colonialism, Nazi Germany, the Stalinist purges, Mao Zedong's Cultural Revolution, and other authoritarian, totalitarian, or undemocratic regimes, coming to the conclusion that democratic regimes result in the least democides.[2] Rummel estimated that a total of 212 million people were killed by all governments during the 20th century,[3] of which 148 million were killed by Communist governments from 1917 to 1987.[4] To give some perspective on these numbers, Rummel stated that all domestic and foreign wars during the 20th century killed in combat around 41 million. His figures for Communist governments have been criticized for the methodology which he used to arrive at them, and they have also been criticized for being higher than the figures which have been given by most scholars.[5][6][7][8][9][10][11] In his last book, Rummel increased his estimate to over 272 million innocent, non-combatant civilians who were murdered by their own governments during the 20th century.[12] Rummel stated that his 272 million death estimate was his lower, more prudent figure, stating that it "could be over 400,000,000."[13] Rummel came to the conclusion that a democracy is the form of government which is least likely to kill its citizens because democracies do not tend to wage wars against each other.[2] This latest view is a concept, which was further developed by Rummel, known as the democratic peace theory.[14] Rummel was the author of twenty-four scholarly books, and he published his major results between 1975 and 1981 in Understanding Conflict and War (1975).[15] He spent the next fifteen years refining the underlying theory and testing it empirically on new data, against the empirical results of others, and on case studies. He summed up his research in Power Kills (1997).[16] His other works include Lethal Politics: Soviet Genocides and Mass Murders 1917–1987 (1990),[17] China's Bloody Century: Genocide and Mass Murder Since 1900 (1991),[18] Democide: Nazi Genocide and Mass Murder (1992),[19] Death by Government: Genocide and Mass Murder Since 1900 (1994),[20] and Statistics of Democide (1997).[21] Extracts, figures, and tables from the books, including his sources and details regarding the calculations, are available online on his website. Rummel also authored Applied Factor Analysis (1970)[22] and Understanding Correlation (1976).[23]

Beyond the Opera
Larger Than Life: Verdi's Falstaff with Quinn Kelsey

Beyond the Opera

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 2, 2022 35:51


Who'll serve the infamous jolly knight his just desserts? The list of candidates is long, and their scheme is hilarious. All will be revealed when Falstaff, Giuseppe Verdi's classic farce, arrives on the Santa Fe Opera stage. Host Jane Trembley speaks with Hawai'i native Quinn Kelsey about embodying the larger-than-life titular character and learns why comedy is more challenging to play than tragedy. Quinn also answers the million-dollar question: what would the celebrated Verdi baritone ask the great composer if given a chance?  If you think you know Verdi, think again. “[Falstaff] behaves like a totally different animal,” says Quinn. The final opera of Verdi's storied career is a comedic masterpiece propelled by complex wit, outsized swagger, and vibrant music. “John Falstaff is at that age where life is beginning to pass him by,” Quinn explains. “He still thinks he can charm the ladies, and you have to give him credit for having a huge amount of confidence.”  It doesn't take long for that swagger to get the jolly knight into riotous trouble. “I don't normally get to play comedic characters,” Quinn says. Although pompous Falstaff is more serious than his fellow characters, all the fizzy stage antics are in response to his self-delusion. In a role he's played in different ways since 2014, Quinn is more than up to the vocal and emotional challenge, fully embracing Falstaff's hubris, hedonism, and gullibility for Sir David McVicar's sparkling new production. “The fact that I finally get to do something with Sir David from scratch? I'm looking forward to a really fun summer.” FEATURING Quinn Kelsey - Baritone Website Instagram Facebook CREDITS Destination Santa Fe Opera is a Santa Fe Opera podcast, produced and edited by Andrea Klunder at The Creative Impostor Studios. Post-Production Audio: Edwin R. Ruiz Hosted by: Jane Trembley Show Notes by: Lisa Widder *** Learn more about the Santa Fe Opera and plan your visit at https://www.santafeopera.org. We'd love for you to join us on Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, and TikTok @santafeopera.

SANDCAST: Beach Volleyball with Tri Bourne and Travis Mewhirter
Deahna Kraft only knows one speed: All in or nothing at all

SANDCAST: Beach Volleyball with Tri Bourne and Travis Mewhirter

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 73:08


Deahna Kraft is an AVP rookie and one of dozens upon dozens of enormous talents coming out of the NCAA beach game. A four-year starter at Pepperdine, Kraft graduated as an All-American before doing a graduate year at Wisconsin as a defensive specialist. Now back on the beach, Kraft made her first AVP main draw in Muskegon, Michigan, with Allie Wheeler, where they finished third, losing only to Brazilians Larissa and Lili Maestrini. That finish guaranteed them a main draw berth into the AVP Pro Series in Hermosa Beach next week. On this episode, we chat about: Her childhood, split between Hawai'i and Seattle, and how beach volleyball became involved Improving from a walk-on to a scholarship athlete on court one for Pepperdine Her big finish in Muskegon, and how she pulled herself out of a mental rut just in time The differences in competing on the beach in college and indoors for a major program And, as always, so much more. ENJOY! *** We now have SANDCAST MERCHANDISE!! Rock the gear of your favorite podcast today! https://www.sandcastmerch.com/ If you want to receive our SANDCAST weekly newsletter, the Beach Volleyball Digest, which dishes all the biggest news in beach volleyball in one quick newsletter, head over to our website and subscribe! We'd love to have ya! https://www.sandcastvolleyball.com/ This episode, as always, is brought to you by Wilson Volleyball, makers of the absolute best balls in the game, hands down. You can get a 20-percent discount using our code, SANDCAST-20! https://www.wilson.com/en-us/volleyball Check out our book, Volleyball for Milkshakes, written by SANDCAST hosts Tri Bourne and Travis Mewhirter: https://www.amazon.com/Volleyball-Milkshakes-Travis-Mewhirter/dp/B089781SHB

Adventures in Language
Science Behind Language Learning | Are Some People Just Good at Learning New Languages?

Adventures in Language

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 9:42


Have you ever known someone that is really good at learning other languages? Find out why in our latest episode, where Kaitlyn Tagarelli (Linguist, PhD) explores language aptitude and outlines some of the ways language researchers measure it.If you want to learn more about the scientific research consulted for this episode, and and how Mango guides learners, take a look at our blog post that accompanies this episode: https://blog.mangolanguages.com/are-some-people-just-good-at-learning-languagesCheck out the other podcasts mentioned in this episode here:Are Some Languages Harder to Learn?How the Languages You Know Influence the Language You're LearningCan You Learn a Language Without Trying?If you liked this episode, please let us know by following the podcast and leaving us a review! We also invite you to check out our website at: https://mangolanguages.com/ and follow us on social media @MangoLanguages. And remember – language is an adventure. Enjoy the ride!Wondering what languages were used in today's episode? English | Recording languageVietnamese | Chào cô! (chow3 koh1) and Chào nhé! (chow3 nheh2) mean “Hello” and “Bye, then”.Greek |  Γεια σας (yah sahs) and Τα λέμε! (tah LEHmeh) mean “Hello” and “Talk to you later”.Interested in learning Vietnamese, Greek, or one of the other 70+ languages that the Mango app offers? Click here to start learning! https://mangolanguages.com/appKaitlyn Tagarelli (Ph.D., Georgetown University) is a linguist and the Head of Research at Mango Languages. She holds a Ph.D. in Linguistics from Georgetown University, specializing in how the mind and brain learn languages. Aside from geeking out about all things neuroscience and linguistics, she loves hanging out with her family at their Connecticut home, trying to convince them to speak French with her.George Smith (Ph.D., University of Hawai‛i at Mānoa) is the Linguistics Content Writer at Mango Languages. He holds a Ph.D. in Second Language Studies from the University of Hawai‛i at Mānoa, and conducts research on second language listening, speaking, and vocabulary learning. He is a lifelong teacher and learner who enjoys gabbing about language with his family and friends.#languageteaching #languageEd #worldlanguageEd #languagelearning #languagelearners #languagelover #languageeducation #multilingualism #bilingual #languagematters #linguists #mangolanguages #mangoapp #languageisanadventure #secondlanguage #secondlanguageacquisition #SLA  #languageaptitude

CFB Winning Edge
Ep. 161: 2022 College Football Team Previews, No. 120-111

CFB Winning Edge

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 120:54


Scott, Xavier and Nick continue the 2022 college football team preview series with an in-depth look at the programs ranked No. 120-111 in our preseason Team Strength power rankings. We discuss roster and talent ratings, team performance, coaching changes, schedule analysis, win total projections and predictions for each team. 120. Middle Tennessee 119. Akron 118. Southern Miss 117. Hawai'i 116. Texas State 115. Arkansas State 114. Rutgers 113. Ball State 112. FIU 111. Ohio You can support this podcast on Patreon. Visit patreon.com/CFBWinningEdge to learn more.

ThinkTech Hawaii
The Mailbox Conspiracy (Community Matters)

ThinkTech Hawaii

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 38:42


The Greatest Corruption Case in Hawaii History. The host for this show is Jay Fidell. The guest is Alexander Silvert. Attorney and author Alexander Silvert helps us understand his new book, The Mailbox Conspiracy: The Inside Story of the Greatest Corruption Case in Hawaii History. When Honolulu police chief Louis Kealoha and his wife, Katherine, the city's deputy prosecutor, reported their mailbox stolen to frame a family member, it was only the beginning of an elaborate conspiracy—and a corruption case that soon became the most notorious in Hawai‘i history. Riveting and meticulously told by the federal defender who learned the story from the inside, The Mailbox Conspiracy is a fascinating study in the corruption of power and the abuse of public office. Infamous for each new stranger-than-fiction revelation, the so-called “Kealoha mailbox trial” unearthed a chain of bumbling coverups, multiple instances of financial fraud stretching back a decade, and an alleged family drug trafficking enterprise—all served up with a generous helping of arrogance on the part of Louis and Katherine Kealoha. A tenacious defense attorney with decades of experience, author Alexander Silvert led the team of investigators who painstakingly unearthed evidence to prove Gerard Puana's innocence. Their seven-year effort turned the tables on the Kealohas, resulting in the couple's federal prosecution, and the ramifications—and legal wrangling—of the case continue today. “The Louis and Katherine Kealoha corruption saga is the most infamous in Island history, as Chief Kealoha and the Honolulu Police Department worked in concert to dupe the US Attorney's office into prosecuting an innocent man. A scary, engrossing story. Alexander Silvert is as skilled an author as he is a lawyer.” —Ben Cayetano, Governor of Hawai‘i, 1994–2002 “The Mailbox Conspiracy is a crisply narrated study in abuse of power at the highest levels of Hawai‘i law enforcement. Silvert doesn't hold back in vividly describing this sordid conspiracy by corrupt and recalcitrant authority figures. His description of today's police departments, prosecutor's offices and courts, warts and all, is an easy-to-follow must-read for law students and those who love page-turning courtroom drama.” —Doug Chin, Attorney General of Hawai‘i, 2015–2018 Alexander Silvert was raised in New York City and Vermont. A graduate of UCLA and Boston College Law School, he worked as a state and federal public defender in Philadelphia before moving to Honolulu in 1989. He served as the first assistant federal public defender from 1992 to his retirement in October 2020 and was named Federal Defender of the Year in 2000 by the National Association of Federal Defenders. During his tenure he handled numerous high-publicity cases, including representing two defendants in potential federal death penalty cases. Silvert wrote The Mailbox Conspiracy based on his personal involvement in the Louis and Katherine Kealoha case from 2013 to 2020. He currently provides legal consultation services to defense attorneys in federal criminal cases. The ThinkTech YouTube Playlist for this show is https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLQpkwcNJny6mAjbhHpq-LyAm9pcuN3zJ Please visit our ThinkTech website at https://thinktechhawaii.com and see our Think Tech Advisories at https://thinktechadvisories.blogspot.com.

Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard
Flightless Bird: Flags

Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 51:04


This week on Flightless Bird, David sets out to understand why Americans love their flag so much, buying nearly 150 million of them every year. Joined by Dax and Monica, David quizzes them about what it's like to go to school and pledge allegiance to the flag, before Dax recalls his colorful interactions with an American flag and a flag pole. David talks to flag expert, TedTalker and podcaster Roman Mars about what makes a good flag design, before chatting with vexillologist Tory Laitila - curator of Textiles and Historic Arts of Hawai'i at the Honolulu Museum of Art - about the dos and don'ts of flag etiquette. Thanks to first amendment attorney Floyd Abrams, we discover how the burning of a flag led to one of America's most divisive court cases.

Threatened
Threatened Season 3 Trailer

Threatened

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 1:54


Threatened returns with Season 3 on Tuesday, July 12th. These five new episodes explore the unique ecology and conservation of the Hawaiian Islands. Of the 44 endemic bird species in Hawai'i, 33 are endangered. The good news: people are helping these birds fight for survival. Take a deep dive with host Ari Daniel to see how humans are answering the call to protect the birds of Hawai'i, and how the lives of these birds are connected with the lives of the Hawaiian people.More info and transcript at BirdNote.org.Want more BirdNote? Subscribe to our weekly newsletter. Sign up for BirdNote+ to get ad-free listening and other perks. BirdNote is a nonprofit. Your tax-deductible gift makes these shows possible.

It's A Hawaii Thing
Kamakakehau Fernandez - Musical Entertainer/Hawaiian Falsetto Music Star

It's A Hawaii Thing

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 39:18


If anyone could be described as having “Hawaiian heart and soul,” it is indeed Kamakakehau Fernandez. Born in Little Rock, Arkansas, a 6 week old African American infant was adopted and brought to the shores of Maui, Hawaiʻi by Robyn Nae'ole, It is here that his new family and home shaped “Kamakakēhau” (Kamaka) into one of Hawaiʻi's refreshing talents. Kamaka's education played a huge part in his love and appreciation for the Hawaiian culture and music. He is a graduate of the Hawaiian Language Immersion Program Also an educator amongst many teaching Hawaiian language, 'Ukulele and many other skills to do with Hawai'i's culture all in effort, to keep Hawai'i's language alive and thriving. He is proud to be a fluent speaker of the Hawaiian language in which Kamaka has also done voice over work for the Hawaiian language version for one of Disney's featured films “Moana”. To also include his many award winning accolades. Social media: IG kkf_musicn_more Facebook can follow me : Kamakakēhau Fernandez Twitter @kanilele LinkedIn: Kamakakēhau Fernandez It's A Hawaii Thing Productions. Quality content for the Hawaii Enthusiast and traveler. Celebrities, artists & community leaders vomming together to showcase the spirit of the islands. New weekly program dedicated to anything and everything unique to life in Hawaii. To Learn more about It's A Hawaii Thing visit: https://www.itsahawaiithing.com/ It's A Hawaii Thing is a https://www.wikiocast.com/ production. #hawaiian #moana #voiceover #ukulele

Above the bridge
Episode 58 KITTY PINEAPPLE (comedian and fitness trainer from Hawaii )

Above the bridge

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 62:20


This week atbpod.com welcomes Kitty Pineapple, a stand up comedian and fitness trainer from Hawai'i, who is now living in Las Vegas.  On this episode Kitty explains her life and experiences going to school in Hawai'i, moving to Vegas, and what it's like to be a Comeadian in drag.  Kitty also talks about being a personal trainer in Vegas, making her transition into Kitty Pineapple, how social media helped her career as a stand up comedian.  Lastly Kitty tells us about her worst and favorite moments as a comedian, what it was like to sell out two shows in Hawai'i, and what her goals are for the future.

REDIRECT: Immigration Law and Perspectives

This week on Redirect: Immigration Law and Perspectives we're joined by Dr. Reece Jones, author of Nobody is Protected: How the Border Patrol Became the Most Dangerous Police Force in the United States.  Dr. Jones is a Professor and Chair of the Department of Geography and Enviroment at University of Hawai‘i at Manoa. His new book about the border patrol is a must read for immigration activists and anyone trying to understand how and why we ended up in this place. 

RNZ: Nine To Noon
Kalani Lattanzi: taking on Jaws

RNZ: Nine To Noon

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 26, 2022 23:47


Kathryn speaks with Brazilian bodysurfer Kalani Lattanzi, the twenty-seven year old who has conquered the world's most enormous and notorious waves, including Hawai'i's "Jaws", a five-storey high wave, awesome in the true sense of the word.

Songs & Stories
Talking Story with Hāwane Rios

Songs & Stories

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 18:47


This is an interview with Hāwane Rios, a chanter, dancer, singer/songwriter, musician, resource educator, and cultural practitioner. We discussed her upcoming performance at the Fairmont Orchid, as well as current and future projects On Thursday, June 30, the Hawaii Performing Arts Festival (HPAF) celebrates the start of its 18th season at Fairmont Orchid. The Festival will celebrate the rich culture of Hawai'i during a transcendent season opener in the open-air Plantation Estate. Performers include Hawane Rios, Blayne Asing, Kaulu Amaral with Pomai Brown & Friends, and Hālau Ka'eaikahelelani. All proceeds from this evening will support the HPAF Scholarship Fund for local high school students. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/bigislandmusicmagazine/message

Badassbabe Radio
Vegan Parenting, Pregnancy, and Living Healthy - with Ellen Fisher | Bianca Taylor Podcast S2 EP21

Badassbabe Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 47:21


Ellen Fisher, mom and content creator, shares her experiences with raising vegan kids, recovering from an eating disorder, and how she built her dream life in Hawai'i. She shares her insights on educating her kids about food while still allowing them to make their own decisions. Because when we empower others with knowledge, we give them the tools to live a healthier & happier life.   === TIMESTAMPS: 0:00 Intro 1:48 Becoming @ellenfisher 8:26 Vegan Pushback 12:44 Raising Vegan Kids  30:51 The Power of Food 36:21 Recovering from an eating disorder 42:56 Vegan pregnancy  45:58 Conclusion === ELLEN FISHER: https://www.instagram.com/ellenfisher/ Podcast: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCFfiRZQBwjtQ9NeocvChO-g/videos YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/EllenFisher/featured https://www.ellenfisher.com/ ===   FOLLOW ME:   Instagram Https://Instagram.com/Biancataylorm   Twitter Https://Twitter.com/Biancataylorm   Tiktok Https://Tiktok.com/@Biancataylorm   Embodied Babe Coaching: https://www.theembodiedbabe.com   My Custom Vegan Meal Plans & Training programs (home + gym available!) HTTPS://Getstarted.Biancataylorfitness.com   My Fave Vegan Organic Supplements: (use “Bianca” for a discount) https://www.vedgenutrition.com/?rfsn=3781391.8e27eb

Indianz.Com
Norma Ryūkō Kawelokū Wong Roshi / Office of Former Hawai'i Governor John Waihe'e

Indianz.Com

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 6:03


Senate Committee on Indian Affairs Oversight Hearing on "Volume 1 of the Department of the Interior's Federal Indian Boarding School Initiative Investigative Report" & Legislative Hearing to receive testimony on S. 2907 Wednesday, June 22 2022 - 02:30 PM Location: Dirksen Room Number: 628 PANEL 1 The Honorable Deb Haaland Secretary of the Interior Department of the Interior, Washington, DC https://www.indianz.com/News/wp-content/uploads/2022/06/26/DebHaaland062222.pdf PANEL 2 The Honorable Kirk Francis Chief Penobscot Indian Nation, Indian Island, ME https://www.indianz.com/News/wp-content/uploads/2022/06/26/KirkFrancis062222.pdf Ms. Sandra White Hawk President, National Native American Boarding School Healing Coalition, Minneapolis, MN https://www.indianz.com/News/wp-content/uploads/2022/06/26/SandraWhiteHawk062222.pdf Ms. Norma Ryūkō Kawelokū Wong Roshi Native Hawaiian Policy Lead Office of Former Hawai'i Governor John Waihe'e, Honolulu, HI https://www.indianz.com/News/wp-content/uploads/2022/06/26/NormaWong062222.pdf La Quen Náay Liz Medicine Crow President/CEO First Alaskans Institute, Anchorage, AK https://www.indianz.com/News/wp-content/uploads/2022/06/26/LizMedicineCrow.pdf Committee Notice: https://www.indian.senate.gov/hearing/oversight-hearing-volume-1-department-interior-s-federal-indian-boarding-school-initiative

Big DREAM School - The Art, Science, and Soul of Rocking OUR World Doing Simple Things Each Day
Bitcoin Mining With Renewable Ocean Energy - Nathaniel Harmon CEO of OceanBit

Big DREAM School - The Art, Science, and Soul of Rocking OUR World Doing Simple Things Each Day

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 63:44


Did you know you can use renewable energy to mine Bitcoin from the OCEAN! Check out this inspiring interview with Nathaniel Harmon who is seeking to implement this technology at scale! Nathaniel is founder and CEO of OceanBit working on applying Bitcoin's unique energy properties to Hawai‘i's energy problems via ocean thermal energy conversion. Having been involved with Bitcoin since 2013 Nathaniel combined his formal education with his passion by founding Blockchain Solutions Hawai‘i (BSH) with the goal of creating “Hawai‘i's Blockchain Helpdesk.” In 2020 Nathaniel and his wife, Kristen Harmon, founded the Hawaiian Islands Conservation Collective in an effort to harness locally educated scientists to restore native ecosystems. Nathaniel attended the University of Hawai‘i Manoa for both his undergrad and graduate education receiving an M.S. in Marine Geology and Geochemistry. https://twitter.com/NateHawaii https://bitcoinmagazine.com/business/bitcoin-unlocks-ocean-energy

Healing with Aloha
You Are Free - Interview with Margaret Anne Manuel

Healing with Aloha

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 21:48


Margaret Anne Manuel, the Ms. Hawai'i Petite 2022, shares her platform "You Are Free" - A story of a narcissistic abuse survivor - let's talk. She shares her personal experience and the value of continuous learning and healing and getting help. There's hope to start all over again. Her faith in God enabled her to get through her lived experiences. Margaret Anne Manuel is the Ms. Hawai'i Petite 2022 and a narcissistic abuse survivor & mental health advocate. Mom of a 5 year old boy. Born in the Philippines raised on Oahu and now living in Los Angeles, California. Follow her on Instagram - www.instagram.com/margaret.anne.manuel Healing with Aloha Podcast Subscribe to our YOUTUBE Channel Healing with Aloha Podcast Instagram www.instagram.com/healingwithaloha Facebook www.facebook.com/healingwithalohapodcast TIKTOK www.tiktok.com/healingwithaloha https://msha.ke/healingwithalohapodcast Email healingwithalohapodcast@gmail.com --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/healingwithaloha/message

HaveAlohaWillTravel
Have Aloha Will Travel EP 86: Summertime Fun in Hawaiʻi

HaveAlohaWillTravel

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 38:44


Co-hosts of the “Have Aloha Will Travel” podcast, Catherine Toth Fox and Grace Maeda discuss what they are most excited about this upcoming summer. They also play a little game naming their top picks. Listen and play along and let us know your answers to the questions.

American Conservative University
Eric Metaxas and John Zmirak. America May Be on Track for ‘Death By Government'. The Danger of Red Flag Laws Seizing Guns From Law-Abiding Citizens.

American Conservative University

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 41:11


Eric Metaxas and John Zmirak. America May Be on Track for ‘Death By Government'. The Danger of Red Flag Laws Seizing Guns From Law-Abiding Citizens.   John Zmirak of Stream.org suggests that America may be on track for "death by government," and looks into the danger of Red Flag Laws and seizing guns from ordinary, law-abiding citizens. Jun 14 2022    The Eric Metaxas Show The Eric Metaxas Show- https://metaxastalk.com/podcasts/   Book Mentioned- Death by Government by RJ Rummel. Get yours free at- https://www.hawaii.edu/powerkills/DBG.CHAP1.HTM   About the Author- Rudolph Rummel From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   Rudolph Rummel   Born Rudolph Joseph Rummel October 21, 1932 Cleveland, Ohio, U.S. Died March 2, 2014 (aged 81) Kaneohe, Hawaii, U.S. Education University of Hawaiʻi (B.A., political science, 1959) (M.A., political science, 1961) Northwestern University (Ph.D., political science, 1963) Occupation Political scientist Employer Indiana University (1963–1964) Yale University (1964–1966) University of Hawaiʻi (1966–1995) Known for Research on war and conflict resolution Website hawaii.edu/powerkills Rudolph Joseph Rummel (October 21, 1932 – March 2, 2014)[1] was an American political scientist and professor at the Indiana University, Yale University, and University of Hawaiʻi. He spent his career studying data on collective violence and war with a view toward helping their resolution or elimination. Contrasting genocide, Rummel coined the term democide for murder by government, such as the genocide of indigenous peoples and colonialism, Nazi Germany, the Stalinist purges, Mao Zedong's Cultural Revolution, and other authoritarian, totalitarian, or undemocratic regimes, coming to the conclusion that democratic regimes result in the least democides.[2] Rummel estimated that a total of 212 million people were killed by all governments during the 20th century,[3] of which 148 million were killed by Communist governments from 1917 to 1987.[4] To give some perspective on these numbers, Rummel stated that all domestic and foreign wars during the 20th century killed in combat around 41 million. His figures for Communist governments have been criticized for the methodology which he used to arrive at them, and they have also been criticized for being higher than the figures which have been given by most scholars.[5][6][7][8][9][10][11] In his last book, Rummel increased his estimate to over 272 million innocent, non-combatant civilians who were murdered by their own governments during the 20th century.[12] Rummel stated that his 272 million death estimate was his lower, more prudent figure, stating that it "could be over 400,000,000."[13] Rummel came to the conclusion that a democracy is the form of government which is least likely to kill its citizens because democracies do not tend to wage wars against each other.[2] This latest view is a concept, which was further developed by Rummel, known as the democratic peace theory.[14] Rummel was the author of twenty-four scholarly books, and he published his major results between 1975 and 1981 in Understanding Conflict and War (1975).[15] He spent the next fifteen years refining the underlying theory and testing it empirically on new data, against the empirical results of others, and on case studies. He summed up his research in Power Kills (1997).[16] His other works include Lethal Politics: Soviet Genocides and Mass Murders 1917–1987 (1990),[17] China's Bloody Century: Genocide and Mass Murder Since 1900 (1991),[18] Democide: Nazi Genocide and Mass Murder (1992),[19] Death by Government: Genocide and Mass Murder Since 1900 (1994),[20] and Statistics of Democide (1997).[21] Extracts, figures, and tables from the books, including his sources and details regarding the calculations, are available online on his website. Rummel also authored Applied Factor Analysis (1970)[22] and Understanding Correlation (1976).[23]

Songs & Stories
Talking Story with Makana

Songs & Stories

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 12:30


This is an interview with Hawaiian slack key guitar master Makana before his Father's Day concert at the Hilo Palace Theater on June 19 at 4 p.m. In the interview, we discussed his latest album, Pūlama: Legacies of Hawai'i, and what fans can look forward to at the show. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/bigislandmusicmagazine/message

Reclaiming Filipinx Identity
Season 9 - Episode 2, Clyde Felix

Reclaiming Filipinx Identity

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 39:13


A conversation with a Filipino immigrant who immigrated to the Kingdom of Hawai'i with his siblings and parents through the petition of his family. Clyde is a first generation Filipino who is the first in his family to received a higher degree with a Master in Electric Engineering. You can say he achieved the "American Dream" that his families has dream for him. Most children of immigrants desires to give back to their parents to be the "hope" of their family. Through Clyde's narrative he openly shared about his struggles that he had to go through as he tried to assimilate and "play the game" to fit in to the society without losing his sense of identity and culture. Take a listen to his story and narrative, give a little react by sending us a voice message if there was parts in his story that relates with you. Follow us on instagram at Kasamahan Co to stay updated and connected with the latest details of the next podcast guest! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/kasamahancollective/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/kasamahancollective/support

Inside the Headset with the AFCA
Tony Hull, Running Backs - ULM

Inside the Headset with the AFCA

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 32:08


This week on Inside the Headset, we are featuring the University of Louisiana Monroe's running backs coach Tony Hull. In this episode, Coach Hull talks about coaching in his home state, transitioning from working as an engineer at NASA to coaching, and shares how he puts players in a position to be successful. Tony Hull, one of the most respected coaches in the state of Louisiana, is entering his second season at The University of Louisiana Monroe and his first season as the team's running backs coach. Hulls first year with the Warhawks he served as the outside receivers coach. Hull returned home to Louisiana after serving for four years as the associate head coach and running backs coach at Kansas (2016-19) and as the co-offensive coordinator and inside receivers coach at Hawai'i in 2020. From New Orleans, Louisiana, Hull coached Pooka Williams Jr., now with the Cincinnati Bengals, to consecutive 1,000-yard rushing seasons in 2018 and 2019, a feat accomplished only once before in Kansas football history. Hull joined the collegiate coaching ranks after a distinguished coaching career in the Louisiana high school ranks. In nine seasons as the head coach and offensive coordinator of Warren Easton High School in New Orleans, Hull led the stagnant program into a contender. He arrived at Warren Easton in 2007, the school's first season playing football following Hurricane Katrina, and guided the Eagles to playoffs in seven of his nine seasons. His resume included a state championship game appearance in 2014 and a state semifinals showing in 2015. Hull developed the Eagles' players on the field as he mentored 45 players who went on to earn Division I football scholarships. Six of those players earned a nod in ESPN's Top-300 lists, while one of his athletes was named the 2014 Gatorade Player of the Year and Mr. Louisiana Football. [1:46] Start of interview [2:30] Coaching in your home state [3:32] Transitioning from engineer to football coach [7:49] Turning a program around [10:08] Building relationships with your coaching staff [13:01] Coaching at Hawaii [19:20] Playing with an underdog mentality [23:25] Controlling what you can control [26:06] Putting players in positions to be successful

The Conductor's Podcast
Cross-State Music Directing, Traveling, and Family with Sarah Ioannides

The Conductor's Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 48:21


Sometimes, being a woman means having to handle a lot of things on your plate.  For conductor Sarah Ioannides, these responsibilities prove that she can conquer so many mountains while being able to express herself in music and art.  In this week's episode of The Conductor's Podcast, Sarah talks about the art of being ready, the essence of leadership, and the wonders of being a mom. Currently Music Director of Symphony Tacoma, Ioannides has also led orchestras extensively in the United States including the Buffalo Philharmonic, Charleston Symphony, Hawai'i Symphony, Louisville Orchestra, North Carolina Symphony, Rochester Philharmonic, Toledo Symphony and the Cincinnati Symphony, where she was the first woman appointed to a full-time conducting position. Passionate about education, Ioannides continues to coach orchestras at high-level conservatories such as Yale University and the Curtis Institute. She is Founding Artistic Director of Cascade Masterclass for conductors and composers.Born in Australia, of Greek and Scottish descent, she was raised in England, studied at Oxford University and The Juilliard School, earning Master's degrees at both. Ioannides came to the USA as a Fulbright Scholar and graduated from The Curtis Institute of Music, a protégé of the late Otto-Werner Mueller. Married to Scott Hartman, renowned trombonist, they have three children, including twins, Elsa and Karl, and Audrey. An avid long-distance runner, she was first overall woman in the 30k The Defiance in 2021.

New Books in History
Holger Droessler, "Coconut Colonialism: Workers and the Globalization of Samoa" (Harvard UP, 2022)

New Books in History

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 56:39


In Coconut Colonialism: Workers and the Globalization of Samoa (Harvard UP, 2022), Holger Droessler provides a novel history of the impact of globalization on Sāmoa and vice versa. Using a series of case studies, he shows how Samoan workers responded to the rise of capitalism and colonialism in the Pacific in the decades just before and after 1900. Ordinary Samoans -- some on large plantations, others on their own small holdings -- picked and processed coconuts and cocoa, tapped rubber trees, and built roads and ports that brought cash crops to Europe and North America. Samoans also participated in ethnographic shows around the world, turning them into diplomatic missions and making friends with fellow colonized peoples. Droessler examines the 'workspaces' Samoans found constructed as the starting point for what he calls a new "Oceanian globality" through which Samoan used existing colonial structures to advance their own agency and find ways to press their own agendas and regain a degree of independence. Based on research in multiple languages and countries, Coconut Colonialism offers new insights into the global history of labor and empire at the dawn of the twentieth century. In this episode of the podcast, channel host Alex Golub speaks to Holger Droessler about the Pacific roots of the concept of "Oceanian globality", the value of German language sources for the largely-anglophone field of Pacific History, and the way colonialism and globalization but created a space which both limited and empowered Samoan agency. Alex Golub is associate professor of anthropology, University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/history

New Books Network
Holger Droessler, "Coconut Colonialism: Workers and the Globalization of Samoa" (Harvard UP, 2022)

New Books Network

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 56:39


In Coconut Colonialism: Workers and the Globalization of Samoa (Harvard UP, 2022), Holger Droessler provides a novel history of the impact of globalization on Sāmoa and vice versa. Using a series of case studies, he shows how Samoan workers responded to the rise of capitalism and colonialism in the Pacific in the decades just before and after 1900. Ordinary Samoans -- some on large plantations, others on their own small holdings -- picked and processed coconuts and cocoa, tapped rubber trees, and built roads and ports that brought cash crops to Europe and North America. Samoans also participated in ethnographic shows around the world, turning them into diplomatic missions and making friends with fellow colonized peoples. Droessler examines the 'workspaces' Samoans found constructed as the starting point for what he calls a new "Oceanian globality" through which Samoan used existing colonial structures to advance their own agency and find ways to press their own agendas and regain a degree of independence. Based on research in multiple languages and countries, Coconut Colonialism offers new insights into the global history of labor and empire at the dawn of the twentieth century. In this episode of the podcast, channel host Alex Golub speaks to Holger Droessler about the Pacific roots of the concept of "Oceanian globality", the value of German language sources for the largely-anglophone field of Pacific History, and the way colonialism and globalization but created a space which both limited and empowered Samoan agency. Alex Golub is associate professor of anthropology, University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network

New Books in German Studies
Holger Droessler, "Coconut Colonialism: Workers and the Globalization of Samoa" (Harvard UP, 2022)

New Books in German Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 56:39


In Coconut Colonialism: Workers and the Globalization of Samoa (Harvard UP, 2022), Holger Droessler provides a novel history of the impact of globalization on Sāmoa and vice versa. Using a series of case studies, he shows how Samoan workers responded to the rise of capitalism and colonialism in the Pacific in the decades just before and after 1900. Ordinary Samoans -- some on large plantations, others on their own small holdings -- picked and processed coconuts and cocoa, tapped rubber trees, and built roads and ports that brought cash crops to Europe and North America. Samoans also participated in ethnographic shows around the world, turning them into diplomatic missions and making friends with fellow colonized peoples. Droessler examines the 'workspaces' Samoans found constructed as the starting point for what he calls a new "Oceanian globality" through which Samoan used existing colonial structures to advance their own agency and find ways to press their own agendas and regain a degree of independence. Based on research in multiple languages and countries, Coconut Colonialism offers new insights into the global history of labor and empire at the dawn of the twentieth century. In this episode of the podcast, channel host Alex Golub speaks to Holger Droessler about the Pacific roots of the concept of "Oceanian globality", the value of German language sources for the largely-anglophone field of Pacific History, and the way colonialism and globalization but created a space which both limited and empowered Samoan agency. Alex Golub is associate professor of anthropology, University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/german-studies

New Books in Anthropology
Holger Droessler, "Coconut Colonialism: Workers and the Globalization of Samoa" (Harvard UP, 2022)

New Books in Anthropology

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 56:39


In Coconut Colonialism: Workers and the Globalization of Samoa (Harvard UP, 2022), Holger Droessler provides a novel history of the impact of globalization on Sāmoa and vice versa. Using a series of case studies, he shows how Samoan workers responded to the rise of capitalism and colonialism in the Pacific in the decades just before and after 1900. Ordinary Samoans -- some on large plantations, others on their own small holdings -- picked and processed coconuts and cocoa, tapped rubber trees, and built roads and ports that brought cash crops to Europe and North America. Samoans also participated in ethnographic shows around the world, turning them into diplomatic missions and making friends with fellow colonized peoples. Droessler examines the 'workspaces' Samoans found constructed as the starting point for what he calls a new "Oceanian globality" through which Samoan used existing colonial structures to advance their own agency and find ways to press their own agendas and regain a degree of independence. Based on research in multiple languages and countries, Coconut Colonialism offers new insights into the global history of labor and empire at the dawn of the twentieth century. In this episode of the podcast, channel host Alex Golub speaks to Holger Droessler about the Pacific roots of the concept of "Oceanian globality", the value of German language sources for the largely-anglophone field of Pacific History, and the way colonialism and globalization but created a space which both limited and empowered Samoan agency. Alex Golub is associate professor of anthropology, University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/anthropology

Rich Zeoli
Do We Want Democracy or 2.50 Gas? It Shouldn't Have to be A Choice

Rich Zeoli

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2022 171:08


A jam-packed 4 hours discussing the demise of Larry Krasner, they/them pronouns, and the new Buzz Lightyear Movie. Plus, Dr. Anthony Mazzarelli and Matt Rooney stop in to give their thoughts. You don't want to miss this.   6 - News. 610 - Krasner has to go! Impeachment process underway. The economy is still in shambles as another rate hike is considered with a recession looming. 615 - Do we want Democracy or 2.50 gas prices? Democrat makes interesting statement regarding today's affairs. 620 - Economists are very dreary on the outlook of the economy in the near future. Airport parking is now also limited as many drivers are leaving their cars. 630 -  640 - The new Buzz Lightyear movie is banned in UAE due to a kiss between two same sex characters. Coupled with bad reviews, the movie does not look to have a bright future. Rich then discusses how Tim Allen was dropped as Lightyear due to his politics and if they made a Woody movie you can bet that Tom Hanks would voice it 645 - James Patterson is under fire for comments on white males being discriminated against in the writing/film industry 650 - Jack Carr has to be one of the most knowledgeable people today.  7 - News Rundown w Dawn 710 - Parents are revolting on how school districts handled COVID and the politics they bring to schools. 720 -  730 - The Larry Krasner impeachment has been set into motion. His view on society has caught the ire of current and former Philadelphia politicians. Rich discusses the pitfalls Krasner's office has made as he misled the court. 740 - What's on the cutsheet? Bernie Sanders vs Lindsey Graham? Who knew? Megaphone Bernie joins the show. 750 -  8 - Dr. Anthony Mazzarelli joins the show to discuss how doing something for others for just 16 minutes a day will bring tremendous health benefits. He discusses that in his new book and really breaks down the science behind it all. 810 -  820 - News 830 -  840 - Ezra Miller back in the headlines for brainwashing and grooming a girl after multiple incidents in Hawai'i. Using they/them pronouns in an article is like the modern day version of Who's on First? Should we still address people as ma'am or sir?  850 - Rich takes calls regarding the they/them pronouns. 9 - News 910 - This drop in the deficit is mirage due to COVID funding being cut out of the budget. Californians are leaving in droves to go to places like Mexico!  915 - Matt Rooney joins the show to talk Biden, Democrats being out of touch, New Jersey politics and their Congressional Race. 930 - What's coming up on the Dawn Show Today? Then, AP apologizes for inaccurate report about Hispanic Radio commenter propping up Democratic views, when in fact she's been dead for two years. Phil Mickelson doubling down on playing in the LIV golf tournament. 940 - What's on the Cutsheet?  950 - Who won Twitter? And Final Thoughts by Rich

Rich Zeoli
Am I Reading An Article About A Crazy Actor or is This Mad Libs?

Rich Zeoli

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2022 43:18


8 - Dr. Anthony Mazzarelli joins the show to discuss how doing something for others for just 16 minutes a day will bring tremendous health benefits. He discusses that in his new book and really breaks down the science behind it all. 820 - News 840 - Ezra Miller back in the headlines for brainwashing and grooming a girl after multiple incidents in Hawai'i. Using they/them pronouns in an article is like the modern day version of Who's on First? Should we still address people as ma'am or sir?  850 - Rich takes calls regarding the they/them pronouns.

Rich Zeoli
Can Anyone Catch The Flash?

Rich Zeoli

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2022 11:12


Ezra Miller back in the headlines for brainwashing and grooming a girl after multiple incidents in Hawai'i. Using they/them pronouns in an article is like the modern day version of Who's on First? Should we still address people as ma'am or sir? 

Future Christian
Dan Stringer is Struggling with Evangelicalism

Future Christian

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2022 52:52


Evangelicalism has been in a season of conflict and turmoil as seemingly unending scandals and controversies have rocked the space. As an uneasy insider, Pastor and author Dan Stringer acknowledges the struggles yet seeks an alternative option between "everything's fine" or "burn it all down." In our conversation, we talk about understanding Evangelicalism as as a space rather than a brand, the importance of understanding evangelicalism as more than simple white and American, and why he understands why some "exvangelicals" had to leave. Through all this, Dan offers some practical suggestions and glimmers of hope. Dan Stringer grew up as a third culture kid in five countries on three continents. He is a graduate of Wheaton College and Fuller Theological Seminary, ordained in the Evangelical Covenant Church, and serves as team leader for InterVarsity's Graduate and Faculty Ministries in Hawai'i. Dan is pastor of theological formation at Wellspring Covenant Church in Hālawa, Hawai'i. He previously was a social worker helping people obtain housing and employment. He has written for Missio Alliance, Inheritance, and Level Ground, and is a contributor to Father Factor. The Future Christian Podcast is a production of Torn Curtain Arts and Resonate Media.

Aloha Mo'olelo
Mo'olelo 26. The Girl Who Lived With The Mo'o (English with ʻŌlelo Hawai'i vocab) - Kupala Foster

Aloha Mo'olelo

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2022 4:42


Mo'olelo 26. The Girl Who Lived With The Mo'o (English with ʻŌlelo Hawai'i vocab) - Kupala Foster by

Hawaiian Concert Guide
Hawaiian Concert Guide Show 636 - The Pineapple Connection

Hawaiian Concert Guide

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 12, 2022 120:39


Aloha mai kakou, Please enjoy this broadcast of new Hawaiian music, most of which you have probably never heard before. Click here to support the show: Hawaiian Concert Guide Tip Jar Pūpū A'o 'Ewa Makana Pūlama: Legacies of Hawai'i Radio Hula Makana Pūlama: Legacies of Hawai'i Ka Nani O Kaua'i Everyday Local Everyday Local Nani Wale Na Pua Everyday Local Everyday Local Island Lullaby Willie K Ola Ka ʻĀina ʻAʻaliʻi Kū Makani Aldrine Guerrero Ola Ka ʻĀina My Dee Dee Gary Haleamau Big Island Style How Great Thou Art Gary Haleamau Big Island Style Lei Nani Gabby Pahinui Pure Gabby Slack Key Medley Gabby Pahinui Pure Gabby

In Her Image: Finding Heavenly Mother in Scripture, Scholarship, the Arts, & Everyday Life
53. She Who Shall Become with Artist Esther Hi'ilani Candari

In Her Image: Finding Heavenly Mother in Scripture, Scholarship, the Arts, & Everyday Life

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 12, 2022 58:59


This week, Esther Hi'ilani Candari joins Jess in discussing representation in artwork and her personal journey of seeking and depicting Heavenly Mother. In this discussion, Esther shares of her mixed Asian American family and rich multicultural upbringing in Hawai'i. Pulling from the beautiful influence of Polynesian symbolism and ideology, she explains her painting titled “Makua.” She also describes the details of “She Who Shall Become,” and the months of research into ancient Ethiopian and Egyptian cultures that inform the piece. Emphasizing the importance of using our abilities to serve underprivileged peoples, Esther explains why she strives to depict women and diversity with her brush. Join Esther as she recounts to Jess the hope she has found since difficulties during and post-missionary service for the Church. She shares how embracing the theology of a Mother in Heaven has the potential to not only improve her own experience, but the lives of all humankind. Esther is on Instagram at https://www.instagram.com/hiilanifinearts Her piece "Makua" is featured in A Girl's Guide to Heavenly Mother, sold at Deseret Book and https://bit.ly/qnoorgirlsguide --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/inherimage/support

KTUH Online
Kwok Talk: Sister Power

KTUH Online

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 12, 2022 108:09


Guests: Sequoia Donna Brown and Sharon Yarborough Discussion: How women of color unite and celebrate each other; Being a Black woman in Hawai‘i

Free Library Podcast
Maxine Hong Kingston | The Woman Warrior, China Men, Tripmaster Monkey, Other Writings

Free Library Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 9, 2022 52:04


In conversation with volume editor, Viet Thanh Nguyen Acclaimed for her contributions to feminism and Chinese American literature, Maxine Hong Kingston won the 1976 National Book Critics Circle General Nonfiction Award for her first book, The Woman Warrior, and the 1981 National Book Award for general nonfiction for China Men. Her many other books of nonfiction, fiction, poetry, and essays include Tripmaster Monkey, The Fifth Book of Peace, and I Love a Broad Margin to My Life. A professor emerita at the University of California, Berkeley, Kingston is a recipient of the American Academy of Arts and Letters Award in Literature, the National Humanities Medal, and a lifetime achievement award from the Asian American Literary Awards. Her latest work collects three of her classic books, a collection of essays about her time living in Hawaiʻi, and difficult-to-find writings in which she examines her creative process. Viet Thanh Nguyen won the 2016 Pulitzer Prize in fiction, the Dayton Literary Prize, and the Edgar Award for best first novel for The Sympathizer. His other work includes the novel The Committed, the story collection The Refugees, two books of nonfiction, and a children's book. The Aerol Arnold Chair of English and professor of English and American Studies and Ethnicity at the University of Southern California, he has earned fellowships from the Guggenheim and MacArthur Foundations. (recorded 6/8/2022)

Inspired Money
An Activist's Hula as Resistance with Vicky Holt Takamine

Inspired Money

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 8, 2022 75:02


Renowned master hula teacher, cultural leader, and Hawaiian activist, Vicky Holt Takmine talks about perpetuating Hawaiian arts, hula as resistance, and non-profit fundraising.  Guest Biography Vicky Holt Takamine is a renowned kumu hula (master teacher of Hawaiian dance). She is recognized as a native Hawaiian leader for role as an advocate for social justice issues, the protection of native Hawaiian rights, and the natural and cultural resources of Hawai‘i. In 1975, Vicky graduated as a kumu hula from hula master Maiki Aiu Lake. Vicky established her own hālau, Pua Aliʻi ‘Ilima, (school of Hawaiian dance) in 1977 and has been teaching hula for the past 39 years. Vicky and her students have performed nationally and internationally. Vicky earned her BA & MA in dance ethnology from the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa. In addition to teaching at her own school, Vicky was a lecturer at UH Manoa and Leeward Community College for more than 35 years. In 2001, Vicky established a non-profit organization, PAʻI Foundation, to serve the needs of her Hawaiian community and those who make Hawai'i their home. Vicky serves as the executive director of PAʻI. Under her leadership, PAʻI is partnering with First Peoples Fund, the National Association of Latino Arts and Culture and Alternate Roots to develop leadership and networking opportunities for artists through the Intercultural Leadership Institute. This episode is brought to you by Seeking Alpha.  In this episode, you'll learn: The path to becoming a master hula teacher Being called an activist and hula as resistance Non-profit fundraising when you don't fit into western focused training or grant programs Show notes: http://www.inspiredmoney.fm/242 Find more from our guest: www.paifoundation.org Facebook Twitter Instagram YouTube Mentioned in this episode: Larry Kimura Dr. Kalena Silva Robert and Roland Cazimero Haunani-Kay Trask Keli‘i Tau‘a Mary Kawena Pukui "Auntie" Alice Kuʻuleialohapoʻinaʻole Kanakaoluna Nāmakelua Lokalia Montgomery Dr. Kenneth Emory Aunty Pat Namaka Bacon Aunty Leila Hohu Kiaha Kuana Torres Kahele Blossom Puanani Alama-Tom Lucky Luck Show Kaʻupena Wong Moe Keale Pua Almeida Na Kapuna Nights at Moana Hotel Leinaala Kalama Heine Melveen Leed Intercultural Leadership Institute Alternate ROOTS First Peoples Fund National Association of Latino Arts and Cultures Danny Kaleikini Pualani Kanaka‘ole Kanahele Nalani Kanaka'ole Kekuhi Kealiʻikanakaole Kumu Hula Hōkūlani Holt-Padilla Kealiʻi Reichel Mary Lou Kekuewa - featherwork Paulette Kahalepuna - featherwork Rocky Ka'iouliokahihikolo'Ehu Jensen - carving Thanks for Listening & Watching! To share your thoughts: Leave a note in the comment section below. Share this show on Twitter or Facebook. Join us at the Inspired Money Makers groups at facebook and LinkedIn To help out the show: Leave an honest review on Apple Podcasts, Podchaser.com, or wherever you listen. Your ratings and reviews really help, and I read each one. Subscribe on Apple Podcasts and YouTube. Have you ever danced hula or studied Hawaiian culture?

What School You Went?
It's Aloha Friday (with Kimo Kahoano)

What School You Went?

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 8, 2022 17:10


Kimo Kahoano tells the story behind Hawaiʻi's pau hana anthem, “It's Aloha Friday”.

What School Could Be in Hawaiʻi
71. (Reissue) Dr. Cara Chaudron, Hawaii’s 2022 Charter School Teacher of the Year

What School Could Be in Hawaiʻi

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 7, 2022 57:52


Dr. Cara Chaudron is a math enthusiast born and raised in Honolulu, Hawai'i. She teaches 6th grade math at the School For Examining Essential Questions of Sustainability, known as SEEQS, a public charter school near and dear to my heart. I have done two previous episodes with SEEQS faculty, including Zoe Ingerson and school founder, … Continue reading "71. (Reissue) Dr. Cara Chaudron, Hawaii's 2022 Charter School Teacher of the Year" The post 71. (Reissue) Dr. Cara Chaudron, Hawaii's 2022 Charter School Teacher of the Year appeared first on @WSCBPodcast.

What School Could Be in Hawaiʻi
71. (Reissue) Dr. Cara Chaudron, Hawaii's 2022 Charter School Teacher of the Year

What School Could Be in Hawaiʻi

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 7, 2022 57:52


Dr. Cara Chaudron is a math enthusiast born and raised in Honolulu, Hawai'i. She teaches 6th grade math at the School For Examining Essential Questions of Sustainability, known as SEEQS, a public charter school near and dear to my heart. I have done two previous episodes with SEEQS faculty, including Zoe Ingerson and school founder, Buffy Cushman-Patz. Dr. Chaudron is a shining example of what it means to teach for deeper learning and student engagement. This episode was edited by the talented Evan Kurohara. Our theme music comes from the vast catalogue of pianist, Michael Sloan.  To support this podcast, write us a review and give us a rating in your favorite podcast app or aggregator. The post 71. (Reissue) Dr. Cara Chaudron, Hawaii's 2022 Charter School Teacher of the Year appeared first on @WSCBPodcast.

Shootin' the Ish with a Brit
S5 Ep. 6 Under The Banner of Heaven - Episode 7

Shootin' the Ish with a Brit

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 6, 2022 59:52


David is leaving Hawai'i! Why would someone leave paradise? Jen is happy that it's warm in New York. And we dive into the last episode of Under the Banner of Heaven, aptly titled Blood Atonement. We discover that Dan and Ron were indeed behind the murders of Brenda and her baby; Prophet Onias decides to draw the line at a kill list; Detective Pyre is visibly upset that his Church is trying to get in the way of Justice and Detective Taba is removed from Apartment 4E because he's got a great lesson for Pyre to learn. How did you all resonate with the series as a whole? What about religion did you learn? And how can this type of show speak to future TV makers? Tune in, and let us know what we should lean into for Part Deux of Season 5. Shall we review a comedy or do something totally different altogether? Check us out on socials: IG: shootintheishwithabrit Twitter: IshWithABrit and website: ishwithabrit.com

the progressive bitcoiner
Reviving Century-Old Renewable Technology and Bitcoin Mining with Nathaniel Harmon

the progressive bitcoiner

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 6, 2022 65:33


Today's guest is Nathaniel Harmon. Nathaniel received an M.S. in Marine Geology and Geochemistry from the University of Hawai‘i Manoa. Having been involved with Bitcoin since 2013 he has incredible insights into what Bitcoin means for progressive values. He also is pioneering the use of Bitcoin mining and OTEC technology with his new venture OceanBit. We cover: Nathaniel's Bitcoin journey The history of the Mora et al paper and what it got wrong What do environmentalists miss regarding Bitcoin? Hal Finney's CO2 tweet OTEC + BTC mining Manganese nodules! His progressive case for Bitcoin https://www.linkedin.com/in/nathaniel-harmon-19b5b6b7/ https://twitter.com/blockchainHI1 https://theprogressivebitcoiner.com/  

What School Could Be in Hawaiʻi
87. Weaving Together Mastery, Competency and Relevant Learning, with Emily McCarren

What School Could Be in Hawaiʻi

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 5, 2022 69:45


Since 2015 Emily McCarren has served as Punahou School's Academy Principal. Punahou is the largest, and one of the oldest private schools in the United States. Originally from Vermont, Emily graduated from Colby College in Maine where she majored in Spanish and Biology. She served as captain of the Alpine ski team and lacrosse team. Emily holds two master's degrees: Spanish Literature and Educational Leadership. She completed her Ph.D. at the University of Hawaiʻi, where her dissertation examined the role of teacher care on a student's online learning experience. This episode was edited by the talented Evan Kurohara. Our theme music comes from the vast catalogue of pianist, Michael Sloan. To support this podcast, write us a review and give us a rating in your favorite podcast app or aggregator!   The post 87. Weaving Together Mastery, Competency and Relevant Learning, with Emily McCarren appeared first on @WSCBPodcast.

Carbon Removal Newsroom
Recent Science in Ocean CDR

Carbon Removal Newsroom

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 3, 2022 43:09


Ocean CDR is attracting attention from many corners of the climate community. In recent episodes, we've covered global policy developments in Ocean CDR regulation and research with Wil Burns and the business challenges in the space with two startups working to develop commercial methods to remove CO2 from the ocean. On this episode we complete the trilogy with a look at some recent science on the topic, focusing on the outstanding scientific questions that we'll need to be answered before Ocean CDR can be deployed safely and effectively. First, we look at a 2021 paper from D A Siegel et al., which assesses how long CO2 stored in seawater will remain sequestered in the ocean based on the given location and depth of the process. Then we'll discuss a Perspective piece from Nature: Ecology and Evolution from Boyd, Bach, and Hurd et al. Researchers suggested some possible unintended ecological consequences of proposed large-scale kelp planting, such as widespread drift of kelp into new ecosystems and the spread of invasive species. The authors outlined potential research metrics which should be established to evaluate the safety of ‘ocean afforestation.' Joining us on this episode to talk about the scientific challenges of assessing the safety of ocean carbon storage are Dr. Shannon Valley, United States Geological Survey Postdoctoral Scholar at Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, and Dr. David Ho, a professor at the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/carbonremovalnewsroom/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/carbonremovalnewsroom/support

What A Day
The Police Response To The Uvalde Shooting

What A Day

Play Episode Listen Later May 27, 2022 31:26


Parents and other community members in Uvalde, Texas, are criticizing local police for its handling of the Robb Elementary School shooting where 21 people were killed on Tuesday. In addition, many are wondering why there were differences in the initial statements that officials had made, why it took so long for police to apprehend the gunman, and how the gunman was apparently able to enter the school through an unlocked door.In headlines: Oklahoma enacted the country's strictest anti-abortion law, actor Kevin Spacey was charged with four counts of sexual assault in the U.K., and a New York court required Trump and his family members to sit for a deposition in a civil case brought by Attorney General Letitia James.And we interview Makanalani Gomes, a member of the Global Indigenous Youth Caucus. The Red Hill water crisis in O'ahu, Hawai'i continues to spark outrage among residents, particularly Native Hawaiians. Local activists have taken up the issue all the way to the United Nations, demanding a formal investigation into the facility. Gomes discusses her and her fellow activists' demands to demilitarize Hawai'i and the Pacific at large.Show Notes:What A Day is going on break for Memorial Day weekend. We'll be back with a new episode on Wednesday, June 1st.KSAT: “Remembering the victims of the Uvalde elementary school shooting” – https://bit.ly/3MOvdSVNew York Times: “How to Help Victims of the Uvalde School Shooting” – https://nyti.ms/3LNCnFKNew York Times: “Uvalde Had Prepared for School Shootings. It Did Not Stop the Rampage” – https://nyti.ms/3LOnKSBGrist: “Following 14,000-gallon fuel spill, Pacific representatives call for UN investigation” – https://bit.ly/3NuGNTkGlobal Indigenous Youth Caucus – https://www.globalindigenousyouthcaucus.org/Follow us on Instagram – https://www.instagram.com/whataday/For a transcript of this episode, please visit crooked.com/whataday

Mark Bell's Power Project
Chris Kidawski: How to Do Your OWN Bodywork - a Guide for Taking Care of Your Fascia - MBPP EP. 739

Mark Bell's Power Project

Play Episode Listen Later May 26, 2022 165:56


Chris Kidawski has been transforming lives in the health and fitness profession for the last 20 years. Armed with his master's in Kinesiology from the University of Hawai'i he helps heal and reverse disease from the inside out. Chris has trained people in all walks of life including but not limited to Navy SEALs, professional athletes, World Champion mixed martial artists, mothers, fathers, sons, and daughters. Buy Chris' Back Pain Bible: https://amzn.to/3NylcJJ Check out Chris' Luxury 7-Day Weight Loss Bliss Retreat in Hawaii: https://www.blissretreats.com/weight-loss Join The Power Project Discord: https://discord.gg/yYzthQX5qN Subscribe to the new Power Project Clips Channel: https://youtube.com/channel/UC5Df31rlDXm0EJAcKsq1SUw Special perks for our listeners below! ➢https://thecoldplunge.com/ Code POWERPROJECT to save $150!! ➢Enlarging Pumps (This really does work): https://bit.ly/powerproject1 ➢https://www.vivobarefoot.com/us/powerproject Code POWERPROJECT for 20% off Vivo Barefoot shoes! ➢https://markbellslingshot.com/ Code POWERPROJECT10 for 10% off site wide including Within You supplements! ➢https://mindbullet.com/ Code POWERPROJECT for 20% off! ➢https://eatlegendary.com Use Code POWERPROJECT for 20% off! ➢https://bubsnaturals.com Use code POWERPROJECT for 20% of your next order! ➢https://verticaldiet.com/ Use code POWERPROJECT for 20% off your first order! ➢https://vuoriclothing.com/powerproject to automatically save 20% off your first order at Vuori! ➢https://www.eightsleep.com/powerproject to automatically save $150 off the Pod Pro at 8 Sleep! ➢https://marekhealth.com Use code POWERPROJECT10 for 10% off ALL LABS at Marek Health! Also check out the Power Project Panel: https://marekhealth.com/powerproject Use code POWERPROJECT for $101 off! ➢Piedmontese Beef: https://www.piedmontese.com/ Use Code POWER at checkout for 25% off your order plus FREE 2-Day Shipping on orders of $150 Follow Mark Bell's Power Project Podcast ➢ https://lnk.to/PowerProjectPodcast ➢ Insta: https://www.instagram.com/markbellspowerproject ➢ https://www.facebook.com/markbellspowerproject ➢ Twitter: https://twitter.com/mbpowerproject ➢ LinkedIn:https://www.linkedin.com/in/powerproject/ ➢ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/markbellspowerproject ➢TikTok: http://bit.ly/pptiktok FOLLOW Mark Bell ➢ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/marksmellybell ➢https://www.tiktok.com/@marksmellybell ➢ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/MarkBellSuperTraining ➢ Twitter: https://twitter.com/marksmellybell Follow Nsima Inyang ➢ https://www.breakthebar.com/learn-more ➢YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/NsimaInyang ➢Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/nsimainyang/?hl=en ➢TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@nsimayinyang?lang=en Follow Andrew Zaragoza on all platforms ➢ https://direct.me/iamandrewz #PowerProject #Podcast #MarkBell