Ruth Rathblott, TEDx speaker and former CEO was born with a limb difference. Her experiences have propelled her to speak on issues of inclusion and diversity, the freedom of accepting your differences, and rising above life's challenges.For more info:https://ruthrathblott.comhttps://www.linkedin.com/in/ruth-rathblott/https://www.instagram.com/ruthrathblottspeaker/Welcome to See Beneath Your Beautiful, where guests share stories of adversity and perseverance which inspire, encourage and challenge us. Host Hara Allison embraces these tough conversations, intimately exploring our loves, fears and hopes with a delicious combination of depth and lightness.https://seebeneathyourbeautiful.com or listen wherever pods are cast.Apple Podcasts: https://tinyurl.com/z6ceeh7uSpotify: https://tinyurl.com/k8783km4____To get in touch with Hara Allison:Podcast: https://seebeneathyourbeautiful.com/Photography: https://hara.photography/Design: https://studioh-creative.com/
White Sox closer Liam Hendriks took it upon himself to promote Pride Night, welcoming the LGBTQ+ community to the South Side on Thursday. He joins the show to share thoughts on inclusion, the Supreme Court overturning Roe v. Wade, his elbow's health and what Legos he's currently building. An all-around dude.
White Sox closer Liam Hendriks took it upon himself to promote Pride Night, welcoming the LGBTQ+ community to the South Side on Thursday. He joins the show to share thoughts on inclusion, the Supreme Court overturning Roe v. Wade, his elbow's health and what Legos he's currently building. An all-around dude.
In this episode of the HR Leaders podcast, I'm joined by Dr. Bob Nelson, to discuss the top 3 no-cost solutions to improve employee engagement and recognition.Bob Nelson, Ph. D., president of Nelson Motivation Inc., is the world's leading authority on employee recognition and engagement. He has worked with 80% of Fortune 500 companies and authored over 30 books, including the multimillion-copy bestseller 1001 Ways to Reward Employees.
Hello and welcome back to ArtBeat radio! This week's installment features lots of refreshing insight and fun facts about animals with AAW MAP Program student Jack Medved. Jack shares a detailed interview about his favorite places to go and animals to see, as well as an in-depth informative segment on the nature of sloths. We hope you enjoy listening!Jack: Roll the questions! Savannah: Why do you like educating people on animals?Jack: I am glad you asked! Not only have I learned about the animals and the habitats themselves, but I have also learned about the experts that know all about animals including the world's best ones: The Kraft Brothers. Also, what I am going to say is now that I have learned through books and online, educating others is very important because animals are very special and so amazing. We have to let others know and to share our knowledge to protect them. Also, another reason bioinspiration which means inspiration from biodiversity. Scientists get ideas from how nature does things. In my animal stories I share important lessons and share what their stories are really all about. You could say I am a genius. Savannah: Jack, how long have you been teaching people about animals?Jack: That isn't even a question you have to ask! The thing is, I have always been teaching people about animals because that's what makes me, me. *omitting part about place of residence*Jack: You could say that I am really great at drawing animals and taking photos as well. My mom has an Instagram here as well. But, there is also one thing here- not only am I good at those things, but taking advice is important as well. After all, all animals are special. Another thing is, it is not always easy to make animals understand us because we can't speak their languages or use their powers of course. Not only can you learn very good things here, but you could say I always go about discovering stuff. Adventurous, brave, and curious, that's me!Savannah: Jack, do you have a favorite place where you like to learn about animals, such as the San Diego Zoo? Jack: I know a lot of places. I go to the San Diego Zoo a lot and SeaWorld among other places. But, everyone has to be educated when it comes to taking care of animals and protecting their habitats. Now do you understand? I am frequently right and true. But, it's because I like to take action because it is the only way to know if your heart is in the right place. Instincts and being gifted- talk about a blessing! Savannah: Do you have any hopes or dreams for the future that you would like to share?Jack: Hopes or dreams? A lot! When it comes to adventures or things to add to my collections or my drawings. But also, it's like the song “When You Wish Upon A Star”. That always reminds me of things. I do have a good memory. You could say I am pretty smart and all. I am protective and caring. Of course, when it comes to knowledge and it comes to me, I can do anything because I always believe in myself. Savannah: Is there anyone who you would like to thank?Jack: Well, my friend that's a funny thing! You see, I am kind of beautiful in my own way. I can come up with ways to do certain things when it comes to answers for that. I thank my self instincts and my heart. I think I have good friends here. This taught me that even the most difficult of us has a fighting chance! When it comes to taking care of the world and protecting it, that shows how special Jack is! Now that you have got all of the questions out, that makes for a happy ending! Please email email@example.com for the full transcription.
On episode 52 of The Compound and Friends, Howard Lindzon and Packy McCormick join Michael Batnick and Downtown Josh Brown to discuss fintech and the future of web3, venture capital, and much more!This episode is sponsored by Direxion. Visit https://www.direxion.com/product/breakfast-commodities-strategy-etf to learn more about Direxion's new Breakfast Commodities Strategy ETF.Obviously nothing on this channel should be considered as personalized financial advice or a solicitation to buy or sell any securities. See our disclosures here: https://ritholtzwealth.com/disclosures/Inclusion of advertisements by podcast sponsors does not constitute or imply endorsement, sponsorship or recommendation thereof, or any affiliation therewith, by the Content Creator or by Ritholtz Wealth Management or any of its employees. For additional advertisement disclaimers: https://abnormalreturns.us5.list-manage.com/track/click?u=f8843b0fc6f0ed7d35e67dcf5&id=33b07916d1&e=4e0f612ef0. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Pamela Zapata is a NYC-based talent and marketing executive who founded Society 18, a bicoastal influencer marketing and management agency that focuses on multicultural creators. Society 18 represents 20 influencers and has helped them sign a collective 850 campaigns with brands including Sephora, Nordstrom, Prada and Disney. She skillfully guides clients through the complexities involved with brand partnerships, while also focusing on personal brand building, channel growth and optimization, and new business. [2:00] Influencer marketing, etc. [6:00] Pamela's entrepreneurial journey to launching Society 18. [9:00] On supporting influencers to monetize and own their power. [11:15] The rise of influencer marketing and why we love it. [15:30] What makes an influencer versus ‘micro' influencer. [19:30] Trends in marketing, branding, entertainment, and media. [22:40] Diversity and inclusivity. [28:00] Pushing creative edges. [32:30] The truth of burn out for influencers. [38:00] Imposter syndrome and feminine leadership. Connect with Pamela @pamelazapata @societyeighteen Find her work at Society18 & PamelaZapata.com
Interview with Daniela Herrera – Daniela is the Director of Recruitment Operations and Diversity, Equity and Inclusion at R/GA. She has developed global inclusive practices, training sessions, and guidelines for many companies. She specializes in analyzing, deconstructing, and synthesizing processes to identify biases and un-inclusive practices from different perspectives at every level of the organization.
Marifer Sager leads the Language Access Services Department at Portland Public Schools. She believes that language access/justice are key components to racial equity and that the strategic use of language can reshape the narratives of traditionally marginalized groups and ultimately transform systems. Her expertise includes the implementation of multilingual communications, outreach and engagement practices aimed at developing trust and fostering dialogue/cooperation among linguistically diverse communities and institutions. Marifer holds a law degree and a post-graduate certificate in Public Administration from Mexico. She is the recipient of the 2021 Language Access Visionary Award, a national recognition to outstanding dedication, profound work, and impact in the area of language access in a school district issued by the National Association of Educational Translators and Interpreters of Spoken Languages. Marifer is a 2022 EdWeek's Leader to Learn From in K-12 recognized for her Leadership in Equity & Inclusion, and Language Access.Join the conversation!Only on the podcast that brings you your stories about our profession. Brand the Interpreter!--------------------------------------------Connect with Mireya Pérez, Hostwww.brandtheinterpreter.comFacebookTwitterLinkedInInstagram-----------------------------------------------Connect with Marifer SagerLinkedIn - linkedin.com/in/marifer-sager Multilingual PPS Family website: https://ppsfamilysupports.com/Twitter: MariferSagerEdWeek's article: Using the Power of Language to Serve Student's and Families ----------------------------------------------SPONSOR INFORMATIONThank you to Liberty Language Services for sponsoring this episode!To learn more about Liberty Language Services, please visit: https://www.libertylanguageservices.com/To learn more about the Academy of Interpretation, go to: https://www.academyofinterpretation.com/ For a limited time only, you can get $10% off all courses when you sign up using the Brand the Interpreter's discount code, AOI10BTI. Visit the Academy of Interpretation on social media:LinkedInFacebookInstagramTwitter
Celebrating Black Stories And Voices: When Sunday Times best-selling author, Catherine Gray asked me to contribute an essay to her new book, Sunshine Warm Sober, I jumped at the chance. When I found out that she wanted my essay to tell the story of what it's like being Black in white recovery spaces, I knew exactly which story I wanted to tell. Laura Cathcart Robbins is an author, freelance culture writer, and host of the popular podcast, The Only One In The Room, living in Studio City, California. She has been active for many years as a speaker and school trustee and is credited for creating The Buckley School's nationally recognized committee on Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion. Her recent articles in Huffpo and The Temper on the subjects of race, recovery, and divorce have garnered her worldwide acclaim. She is a 2018 LA Moth StorySlam winner and currently sits on the advisory board for the San Diego Writer's Festival and the Outliers HQ podcast Festival. Laura is also a founding member of Moving Forewords, the first national memoirist collective of its kind. Find out more about her on her website, or you can look for her on Facebook, on Instagram, and follow her on Twitter. Catherine Gray can be found at @unexpectedjoyof and www.unexpectedjoy.co.uk Special Thanks to our Sponsors: Away: We love our new sponsor AWAY, the modern lifestyle brand that creates thoughtful products for every traveler and every kind of trip. Start YOUR 100-day trial and shop the entire Away line-up of travel essentials, including their best-selling suitcases, at AWAYTravel.com/theonlyone. PATREON SHOUT OUTS: Mercedes Cusick LMFT, Website: www.mercedescusick.com, IG: @recoverhealbloom Check Out How To Do The Pot Thanks to Kathleen Hahn Cute Booty Lounge is made right here in the USA, by women and for women. The company is incredible, female, and minority-owned and all of their leggings make makes your booty look amazing. Go to https://cutebooty.com/ today! Embrace your body, love your booty! Join our Patreon: Become an Only One In The Room patron by joining us on Patreon! Starting at only $5.00 per month, you'll get bonus content, access to outtakes that the general public will NEVER see, extremely cool merch, and depending on what tier you get, monthly hang time with Scott and Laura. Join our Patreon today at https://www.patreon.com/theonlyonepodcast Be sure not to miss our weekly full episodes on Tuesdays, Scott Talks on Wednesdays & Sunday Edition every Sunday by subscribing to the show wherever you listen to podcasts. We love hearing from you in the comments on iTunes and while you're there don't forget to rate us, subscribe and share the show! All of us at The Only One In The Room wish you safety and wellness during this challenging time. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The quest to create a more diverse, inclusive and accepting organization is an ongoing process that requires attention and effort daily. DEI work is also the kind of thing that requires emotional stamina, the ability to hold space while others grow around us, and also the ability to compassionately, realistically challenge our own biases in order to truly create safe environments where people can thrive and give their best at work. But all too often, the people tasked with providing psychological safety for others struggle to separate themselves from the mission at hand, and can lead to burnout if DEI practitioners and leaders aren't careful. In order to facilitate equity and inclusion work at a capacity that draws from our best selves, we have to remember to take pauses as well. Which is why we've decided here on Team Inclusion in Progress that as organizations in the northern hemisphere go into summer mode, that we will also center our own psychological safety - by taking a month off to rest, recharge our batteries, and reflect. On today's episode, we'll be sharing what reflections led to this decision, why we are centering our own well-being to come back stronger, and how we are eager to bring a renewed perspective and passion for the work when we return in August! In This Episode: [06:00] Why the Inclusion in Progress team is taking a month off in July and what led to this decision [11:20] Why taking a step back to evaluate your progress and regain your peace is important when leading DEI work - and our reflections for those who are considering taking time away [16:07] How finding moments of pause and joy can help you support you and those who look to you for help [22:33] Embracing that “bringing your whole self to work” means pouring into and drawing strength from your non-DEI, non-work roles, too Links: firstname.lastname@example.org www.inclusioninprogress.com/podcast www.instagram.com/inclusioninprogress www.twitter.com/inclusioninprog www.linkedin.com/company/inclusion-in-progress To learn how to leave a review for the podcast, click here. Connect with Us email@example.com https://www.linkedin.com/company/inclusion-in-progress Connect with Our Founder https://www.linkedin.com/in/kayfabella Content Disclaimer The information contained above is provided for information purposes only. The contents of this article, video or audio are not intended to amount to advice and you should not rely on any of the contents of this article, video or audio. Professional advice should be obtained before taking or refraining from taking any action as a result of the contents of this article, video or audio. Inclusion in Progress disclaims all liability and responsibility arising from any reliance placed on any of the contents of this article, video or audio. Disclaimer: Some of these links are for products and services offered by the podcast creator.
Ex-Harvard University researcher Roland Fryer has published a new analysis of Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion (DEI) trainings that have become common in modern workplaces and universities. He has found, however, that “the most popular tools used to combat disparities in the workplace have produced almost no measurable results,” and could in fact be doing the opposite of what they intend.
Today's guest has four questions for us…. First, do you truly believe that all men and women are created equal, and do you accept others and welcome them into your society simply because they possess flesh and blood even if their values differ from your own? Second, without bias or discrimination, do you encourage others to learn and grow, and do you support them in that process even when they lack confidence or make mistakes? Third, do you grant others maximum autonomy to contribute in their own way as they demonstrate their ability to deliver results? Fourth, do you consistently invite others to challenge the status quo in order to make things better, and are you personally prepared to be wrong based on the humility and learning mindset you have developed? In large measure, the way you answer these questions will define the way you value human beings and your relationships with them. It will define the way you draw people out or shut them down, create confidence or induce fear, encourage or discourage. It will determine how you lead and influence others and yourself? We welcome back for part 2 the author of “The 4 Stages of Psychological Safety: Defining the Path to Inclusion and Innovation" Timothy Clark More about Tim: https://www.leaderfactor.com/team
On episode 33 of Portfolio Rescue, Ben Carlson and Duncan Hill are joined by Ritholtz Wealth Director of Corporate Retirement Planning, Dan LaRosa, to discuss paying down debt, bond allocations, saving for a move, and tough 401K situations!! Submit your Portfolio Rescue questions to firstname.lastname@example.org!Thanks to Innovator for sponsoring this episode! Visit https://www.innovatoretfs.com/portfoliorescue to learn more about their ETF offerings.Check out The Compound shop: https://www.idontshop.comLearn more about Ritholtz Wealth's automated investing platform, Liftoff: http://liftoffinvest.comInvesting involves the risk of loss. This podcast is for informational purposes only and should not be regarded as personalized investment advice or relied upon for investment decisions. Ben Carlson, Dan LaRosa, and Duncan Hill are employees of Ritholtz Wealth Management and may maintain positions in the securities discussed in this video. All opinions expressed by them are solely their own opinions and do not reflect the opinion of Ritholtz Wealth Management. See a complete list of disclosures here:https://ritholtzwealth.com/podcast-youtube-disclosures/Inclusion of advertisements by podcast sponsors does not constitute or imply endorsement, sponsorship or recommendation thereof, or any affiliation therewith, by the Content Creator or by Ritholtz Wealth Management or any of its employees. For additional advertisement disclaimers: https://abnormalreturns.us5.list-manage.com/track/click?u=f8843b0fc6f0ed7d35e67dcf5&id=33b07916d1&e=4e0f612ef0. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Welcome to the What's Next! podcast with Tiffani Bova. Elaine Bennett had a baptism by fire as a speechwriter. Less than two years after she signed on to write for the CEO of Salomon Brothers, scandal forced the executive to resign. In stepped investor Warren Buffett for whom she had always wanted to work with since she admires him as the best writer in the business world. Since working with Mr. Buffett, she continued to advise the CEOs of Fortune 100 companies, professional services firms, and leading nonprofits on their communications strategies. Passionate about Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion, Elaine has been writing on the subject since it was just called “diversity,” winning a Cicero Award for the best-written speech on Diversity. She devotes a portion of her time to working pro bono with a New York City–based nonprofit that's determined to transform itself into a role model of antiracism. She also designates a “Nonprofit of the Quarter" to receive a portion of Bennett Ink's net proceeds because giving back is important to her and she hopes to you, too. THIS EPISODE IS PERFECT FOR… individuals who want to stand up confidently on stage and mesmerize their audience with a story or folks who just want to spice up their everyday one-on-one conversations. TODAY'S MAIN MESSAGE… Storytelling is a skill, meaning that it requires rehearsal, scripts, practice, and research to create something truly unique and meaningful. But there is also something valuable about being in the moment, with casual banter and candid conversation. A balance exists between the scripted and the spontaneous, where you understand yourself and the subject matter enough to craft a story that will surely captivate the crowd. WHAT I LOVE MOST… Storytelling is about cultivating human connections, emphasizing shared humanity to make an audience identify with you personally before you ever even start talking about the bigger picture business idea. Running time: 34:07 Subscribe on iTunes Find Tiffani on social: Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Find Elaine online: Official Website Twitter LinkedIn Elaine's Personal Writings: Creative Nonfiction, Just Because
Ruthie Bowles is a US Army Veteran, mom to four kids, and lives in Maryland with her family, goats, and chickens. She focuses on bringing awareness to the unethical tactics and strategies in the small business coaching and consulting industry. Ruthie is also an audiobook narrator.She joins Yolandie and me this episode to talk about teasing out powerful coaches and consultants from those who are just out to pitch slap you. While everyone can use a great coach, Ruthie warns about those with unhealthy marketing and sales tactics that are all about selling hot air and not results.If this is your first time with OTC, check out Season 1 Episode 1: START HERE for more background on the show.Visit www.truecolorscast.com for more show info and join the community on Instagram to continue the conversations!Our True Colors is sponsored by True Colors Consulting - Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion support that goes beyond compliance!References you might find interesting:Work-Life HarmonyBelgium, Portugal And Other European Countries Prohibit Managers From Contacting Employees Outside Of Working Hours
Today's guest is nothing short of a dynamo. He's equal parts DEI authority and entrepreneurial wonderkid whose purpose-driven thinking has earned him international renown. Arthur Woods, global best selling author, subject matter expert and perpetual champion for workplace diversity is the man of the hour. His tech prowess is unmatched by most, with countless more who stand to benefit from his hiring inclusivity index, his proprietary, first of its kind tool. His inspired TEDx talks grant you permission to lean into your inner hero, and his e-platform Mathison promotes equality in the workplace on an unprecedented scale. With unstoppable New York energy and a splash of Miami flair, he's blazing a trail for underrepresented job seekers around the world, and won't quit until each of them has found their perfect match. For more about Arthur Woods check his websites:www.arthurwoods.com and https://www.mathison.io/
This episode of the CFO Playbook features an interview with Gemma Castle, CFO at Cult Wines, which blends heritage, expertise, and innovative technology to transform the fine wine industry for producers, wine enthusiasts, collectors, and investors alike. With over 20 years of experience, Gemma Castle is well versed in delivering nuanced and sophisticated financial strategies in the fast growth SME sector. As CFO at Cult Wines, Gemma has been pivotal in providing financial leadership and guiding the company through critical stages of growth, including navigating the implementation of North American offices. Before joining Cult Wines, Gemma worked in the leisure and hospitality industry for 10 years, where she served as Director of Finance for Travelzest and Yotel Limited Global Hotels, as well as CFO for Light Cinemas Limited.In this episode of the CFO Playbook, Gemma talks about the process of investing in wine and how her company ensures a high level of quality control. She explains the importance of collaboration among the finance team, while providing avenues to give them the best chance to be productive and successful. Gemma also gives insight on why she thinks embracing and investing in technology is critical for efficiency, progress, and connection when it comes to employees, clients, and recruiting. Take The CFO Playbook Listener Survey to help us improve the show. You'll also be entered to win your choice of the latest iPad Pro or a Samsung Galaxy S7.--------Guest Quotes“I think it's all about having good support. My department's success is not just down to me, it's down to the people I employ and if they work well, then that's obviously a good reflection on me. And if they don't, then obviously I have to carry the can for that. So I think, balancing the demands means having the right people in your teams so you don't feel the need to micromanage. You want to feel perfectly secure that everybody's doing their job.”“To get to be a CFO, I think you have to learn from your mistakes because you are going to make mistakes, but it's how you then move on from them. It includes listening to people. You shouldn't profess that you've got all of the answers and, if someone else does have a good suggestion, don't be scared of acknowledging that person. Because, I've been in a number of roles where some people have made some very good ideas and perhaps more senior people have taken credit for it. So, it's all about giving credit where it's due.”--------Time Stamp Topics:01:50 Professional Journey 05:30 Fine Wine as an Investment09:00 Quality Assurance for Wine Investors09:00 Cult Wine's Finance Function 14:45 Finance Team Development and Collaboration17:30 Hiring and Retention Challenges20:30 Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion23:48 Technology, NFTs, and Blockchain30:30 Technology as a Tool for Efficiency34:30 Time Management, Team Reliability, Being a Good Leader--------Sponsor:This show is brought to you by Soldo, the brighter way to manage business spending and expenses. With Soldo, you can control every expense, track spend in real time, automate financial reporting, and then use those insights to fuel growth. Learn more at Soldo.com--------Links:Connect with Ross on LinkedInConnect with Gemma on LinkedInThe CFO Playbook Listener Survey
Joining us today is Jess Ekstrom, founder, and CEO of Headbands of Hope. Listen as Jess shares her journey from becoming an entrepreneur at 19 to authoring her latest book, Chasing The Bright Side: Embracing Optimism. The well-noted speaker also explains why being optimistic is so essential in entrepreneurship. Wanna know more about Jess? Check out our latest episode! Check out Headbands of Hope here and you can find Jess's book here.Life hack: sometimes you don't need more answers, you just need the right questions. Prompted.io delivers prompts by experts, answers by you. Pick from hundreds of Prompt Pathways from top thought leaders that will help you solve your problems by asking you the right questions. Feeling in your head today? There's a pathway for that. Prepping for a big pitch presentation? There's a pathway for that. Recovering from burnout? There's a pathway for that. Try it for free for one month using the code PLYWOOD at Prompted.io__Welcome to the Plywood Podcast: Real talk for social entrepreneurs and nonprofit leaders.Plywood is a nonprofit in Atlanta leading a community of startups doing good. Over the past 12 years, we have worked with over 1000 startup founders and nonprofit leaders wrestling with the tensions of starting, growing, and sustaining.Think of The Plywood Podcast as a kitchen table conversation debating the pros and woes of running a business and sustaining a nonprofit. We dive into building business plans, sustaining relationships (personal and professional), diversity, equity, and inclusion in the workplace, forming values while being a part of true cultural change for good, and so much more.Learn more about Plywood at PlywoodPeople.comLife hack: sometimes you don't need more answers, you just need the right questions. Prompted.io delivers prompts by experts, answers by you. Pick from hundreds of Prompt Pathways from top thought leaders that will help you solve your problems by asking you the right questions. Feeling in your head today? There's a pathway for that. Prepping for a big pitch presentation? There's a pathway for that. Recovering from burnout? There's a pathway for that. Try it for free for one month using the code PLYWOOD at Prompted.io
“On this Pride Sunday 2022, the audacious goal we have set before us is nothing less than the kingdom come on earth as it is in heaven we pray for every time we gather – a world where respecting the dignity of every human being.” Sermon by Susan Russell from worship at 11:30 a.m. on Pride Sunday, June 12, 2022 at All Saints Church, Pasadena. Readings: Psalm 104:25-35, 37b, Acts 2:1-18 and John 14:8-17. Watch the sermon on YouTube. Read the text of the sermon here. Follow All Saints Church on Twitter @ASCpas. Like us on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/AllSaintsPasadena/. Check out our YouTube channel at https://www.youtube.com/user/allsaintspasadena1/videos. Subscribe, like, get notifications every time we post! Enjoy our extensive archive of stimulating and inspiring content! Donate to support the mission and ministries of All Saints at https://allsaints-pas.org/donate/donate-now/.
“In a world obsessed with Anti-Black violence, Black suffering, and Black Death, The Spirit centers Black Joy, Pouring out herself on bodies of African descent who are present, Black Bodies dancing and hoping, and laughing, and speaking, and hearing, and experiencing, the beauty and wonder of God, what would it do to our collectively psyche, if we knew what The Spirit knew, that Black People deserve Joy, and Liberation, as our birth right as humans.” Sermon by Mark Chase from worship at 11:30 a.m. on Pentecost Sunday, June 5, 2022 at All Saints Church, Pasadena. Readings: Revelation 22:12–14, 16–17, 20–21 and John 17:20–26. Watch the sermon on YouTube. Read the text of the sermon here. Follow All Saints Church on Twitter @ASCpas. Like us on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/AllSaintsPasadena/. Check out our YouTube channel at https://www.youtube.com/user/allsaintspasadena1/videos. Subscribe, like, get notifications every time we post! Enjoy our extensive archive of stimulating and inspiring content! Donate to support the mission and ministries of All Saints at https://allsaints-pas.org/donate/donate-now/.
“And then there is the river. I am convinced that river is what I touched that night at that Wall. It is the river of pain and love. It is the river of all the children's cries. It is the river of the arms that ache to hug just one more time. It is the river of the lives that should have been. It is the river flowing over a way that with tears has been watered. It is the river through which we have come treading our path through the blood of the slaughtered. It is the river of all our efforts that seem like they amounted to nothing. The river of all the sweat poured out of us as we cried, “how long, O Lord?” It is the river that feeds the tree with leaves of healing. It is the river from which all creation drinks … the river in whose water the divine stands and says, “Come.” Everyone who hears it answers, “Come.” The river of tears and love to which everyone gives and from which everyone drinks and in which everyone – no exceptions, no exclusions, no ifs, ands or buts, - the river in which everyone's pain is received and baptized in the infinite healing love of God…” Sermon by Mike Kinman from worship at 11:30 a.m. on Sunday, May 29, 2022 at All Saints Church, Pasadena. Readings: Revelation 22:12–14, 16–17, 20–21 and John 17:20–26. Watch the sermon on YouTube. Read the text of the sermon here. Follow All Saints Church on Twitter @ASCpas. Like us on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/AllSaintsPasadena/. Check out our YouTube channel at https://www.youtube.com/user/allsaintspasadena1/videos. Subscribe, like, get notifications every time we post! Enjoy our extensive archive of stimulating and inspiring content! Donate to support the mission and ministries of All Saints at https://allsaints-pas.org/donate/donate-now/.
Sermon by Gabriel Dubransky from worship at 9:00 a.m. on Youth Sunday, May 22, 2022 at All Saints Church, Pasadena. Readings: Psalm 67 and John 5:1-9. Watch Gabriel's sermon on YouTube. Follow All Saints Church on Twitter @ASCpas. Like us on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/AllSaintsPasadena/. Check out our YouTube channel at https://www.youtube.com/user/allsaintspasadena1/videos. Subscribe, like, get notifications every time we post! Enjoy our extensive archive of stimulating and inspiring content! Donate to support the mission and ministries of All Saints at https://allsaints-pas.org/donate/donate-now/.
Sermon by Charis Graham from worship at 9:00 a.m. on Youth Sunday, May 22, 2022 at All Saints Church, Pasadena. Readings: Psalm 67 and John 5:1-9. Watch Charis's sermon on YouTube. Follow All Saints Church on Twitter @ASCpas. Like us on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/AllSaintsPasadena/. Check out our YouTube channel at https://www.youtube.com/user/allsaintspasadena1/videos. Subscribe, like, get notifications every time we post! Enjoy our extensive archive of stimulating and inspiring content! Donate to support the mission and ministries of All Saints at https://allsaints-pas.org/donate/donate-now/.
“Many of us have been shaped to believe that our mistakes make us disappointing … or incompetent ... or even bad people….But when we laugh at our mistakes … or “different choices” … the laughter opens us up not only to forgiving ourselves, to loving ourselves … but to learning … and growing. I was thinking about this last fall when a friend of mine asked me to be on his podcast and talk about my biggest leadership mistakes. And I want to share them with you this morning … because they happened right here.” Sermon by Mike Kinman from worship at 11:30 a.m. on Sunday, May 15, 2022 at All Saints Church, Pasadena. Readings: Acts 11:1-18 and John 13:31-35. Watch the sermon on YouTube. Read the text of the sermon here. Follow All Saints Church on Twitter @ASCpas. Like us on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/AllSaintsPasadena/. Check out our YouTube channel at https://www.youtube.com/user/allsaintspasadena1/videos. Subscribe, like, get notifications every time we post! Enjoy our extensive archive of stimulating and inspiring content! Donate to support the mission and ministries of All Saints at https://allsaints-pas.org/donate/donate-now/.
“My first truth that sets my heart on fire this morning is Cancer sucks. And my second truth that set my heart on fire this morning is: Abortion is healthcare. And healthcare is a human right. And then there is the third truth. And this is not a truth that I say with anger. It sets my heart on fire not with anger but with hope. It sets my heart on fire not with rage but with love. And that truth is: “Whoever you are and wherever you find yourself on your journey of faith you are welcome to come to Christ's table.” Sermon by Mike Kinman from worship at 11:30 a.m. on Sunday, May 8, 2022 at All Saints Church, Pasadena. Readings: Psalm 23 and John 10:22-30. Watch the sermon on YouTube. Read the text of the sermon here. Follow All Saints Church on Twitter @ASCpas. Like us on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/AllSaintsPasadena/. Check out our YouTube channel at https://www.youtube.com/user/allsaintspasadena1/videos. Subscribe, like, get notifications every time we post! Enjoy our extensive archive of stimulating and inspiring content! Donate to support the mission and ministries of All Saints at https://allsaints-pas.org/donate/donate-now/.
“When the divine beauty within us, yearning to shape the pieces of our lives into wholes of positive meaning, collaborates with the Divine Lover and the Artist Extraordinaire, our beauty unfolds and we create the beauty of beloved community wherever we go.” Sermon by Sally Howard from worship at 11:30 a.m. on Sunday, May 1, 2022 at All Saints Church, Pasadena. Readings: Psalm 30, Revelation 5:11-14 and John 21:1-19. Watch the sermon on YouTube. Read the text of the sermon here. Follow All Saints Church on Twitter @ASCpas. Like us on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/AllSaintsPasadena/. Check out our YouTube channel at https://www.youtube.com/user/allsaintspasadena1/videos. Subscribe, like, get notifications every time we post! Enjoy our extensive archive of stimulating and inspiring content! Donate to support the mission and ministries of All Saints at https://allsaints-pas.org/donate/donate-now/.
Sermon by Bishop Katharine Jefferts Schori from worship at 9:00 a.m. on Sunday, April 24, 2022 at All Saints Church, Pasadena. Readings: Acts 5:27-32, Psalm 150, Revelation 1:4-8 and John 20:19-31. Watch the sermon on YouTube. Follow All Saints Church on Twitter @ASCpas. Like us on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/AllSaintsPasadena/. Check out our YouTube channel at https://www.youtube.com/user/allsaintspasadena1/videos. Subscribe, like, get notifications every time we post! Enjoy our extensive archive of stimulating and inspiring content! Donate to support the mission and ministries of All Saints at https://allsaints-pas.org/donate/donate-now/.
“This morning, we have gathered and sung glorious songs proclaiming the day of resurrection … told the story of the women coming to the empty tomb … and I know I am expected – well, maybe not as much here at All Saints, but still on some level expected to stand here in this pulpit and preach a sermon about the resurrection with all the conviction of a true believer that nearly 2,000 years ago this absolutely actually happened. It's kind of the preacher's gig this morning. Except I can't do that. Because the truth is when it comes to the resurrection … whether it actually physically happened … here's my truth. I. Don't. Know. “ Sermon by Mike Kinman from worship at 11:30 a.m. on Easter Sunday, April 17, 2022 at All Saints Church, Pasadena. Readings: Isaiah 65:17-25 and Luke 24:1-12. Watch the sermon on YouTube. Read the text of the sermon here. Follow All Saints Church on Twitter @ASCpas. Like us on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/AllSaintsPasadena/. Check out our YouTube channel at https://www.youtube.com/user/allsaintspasadena1/videos. Subscribe, like, get notifications every time we post! Enjoy our extensive archive of stimulating and inspiring content! Donate to support the mission and ministries of All Saints at https://allsaints-pas.org/donate/donate-now/.
In Episode 90, Katelin Holloway, Founding Partner at Seven Seven Six, joins Melinda in an extensive conversation over the role of venture capital in advancing diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging across the tech industry. They explore how the venture ecosystem can evolve to empower a talented and diverse workforce, create new opportunities and access to wealth for underrepresented founders, increase representation at senior levels within VC firms, and invest in companies that positively shape the future of work. Katelin also shares about their firm's commitment to diversity and inclusion across all investor roles to address the wealth gap in VC and how investors can build accountability for inclusion and sustainability in Web3.About Katelin Holloway (she/her)Katelin is a Founding Partner at Alexis Ohanian's venture capital firm Seven Seven Six, where she invests in people-first companies and manages the firm's programs, including the 2% Growth & Caregiving Commitment and Operator in Residence Program. Leading a career as a people & culture executive with previous roles at Pixar Animation Studios, Klout and Reddit, she's deeply committed to helping founders and the broader venture ecosystem evolve their diversity, equity, inclusion & belonging practices, creating new opportunities and access to wealth for people and products typically underrepresented in the tech industry. As an investor, she is passionate about supporting the companies that will shape the future of work, life, sustainability, and the delicate balance that enables us to thrive.Find Leading With Empathy & Allyship useful? Subscribe to our podcast and like this episode!For more about Change Catalyst, and to join us for our monthly live event, visit https://ally.cc. There, you'll also find educational resources and highlights from this episode.Connect With Katelin Holloway On SocialLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/katelinhollowayTwitter: https://twitter.com/katelin_cruseConnect With Us On SocialYouTube: youtube.com/c/changecatalystTwitter: twitter.com/changecatalystsFacebook: facebook.com/changecatalystsInstagram: instagram.com/techinclusionLinkedIn: linkedin.com/company/changecatalystsProduction TeamCreator & Host: Melinda Briana EplerCo-Producers: Renzo Santos & Christina Swindlehurst ChanCreative Director @ Podcast Rocket: Rob Scheerbarth[Image description: Leading With Empathy & Allyship promo and photos of Katelin Holloway, a White Mom with long blonde hair and black blouse, and host Melinda Briana Epler, a White woman with red hair, glasses, and orange shirt holding a white mug behind a laptop.]Support the show
Mishkan invites you to our upcoming Pride programming, including a Pre-Shabbat Pride Happy Hour and Pride-Themed Friday Night Shabbat on June 24th. We will also be in the Chicago Pride Parade on June 26th — march with us!Rabbi Mike Moskowitz is the Scholar-in-Residence for Trans and Queer Jewish Studies at Congregation Beit Simchat Torah, the world's largest LGBT synagogue. He is the recipient of three Ultra-Orthodox ordinations while learning in the Mir in Jerusalem and in Beth Medrash Govoha in Lakewood, NJ. Oh, and he's good friends with our very own Rabbi Steven! That picture is of R'Mike laying hands on R'Steven during his ordination. This sermon was originally delivered during the Saturday Morning Shabbat service on June 10th. For upcoming Shabbat services and programs, check our event calendar, and see our Accessibility & Inclusion page for information about our venues. Follow us on Instagram and like us on Facebook for more updates.Produced by Mishkan Chicago. Music composed, produced, and performed by Kalman Strauss.Transcript
In today's episode, Laura welcomes founder and CEO of EQImindset, Lola Adeyemo. Lola's work focuses on elevating unrepresented voices in the workplace through building inclusion from within corporate organizations, primarily at the individual and people manager/team levels. This episode will help you gain a better insight into how leaders can build inclusive cultures from the bottom up in organizations. You will also learn what a great employee resource group (ERG) model looks like, the importance of communication, and getting to truly know a person's background, especially when it comes to immigrant individuals. Laura's first book – Values First. How Knowing Your Core Beliefs Can Get You the Life and Career You Want – is now available! Grab your copy today! Go to www.thecatchgroup.com to check out the show notes, resources, and links mentioned in this episode! Connect with Laura: -Follow The Catch Group on LinkedIn. -Follow the show on Instagram @thecatchgroup. -Enjoying what you hear? Follow and leave a review HERE.
Making decisions as an individual has its challenges, but having to make decisions as a group adds many other layers of complexity. To talk about that, I brought my friend, Alexis Gonzales-Black onto today's show. Alexis is a Partner and the org design lead at August Public. Before August, she led the implementation of Holacracy at Zappos and helped shape an emerging org design practice for world-class clients at IDEO. She is an expert in organization design and is driven by a desire to make workplaces more inclusive, agile, and fun.In this episode, we talk about what she's noticing about the future of work in a hybrid environment, why consensus is not the right approach 90% of the time, what truly inclusive decision processes look like, and a quick reframe that enables you to make group decisions faster.Topics covered03:02 Moving from remote to hybrid06:16 Decision making as a persistent challenge09:04 We love consensus09:47 Decision making as a spectrum10:46 Two other approaches to try16:22 Stakeholder mapping18:26 Inclusion in decision-making processes21:05 What's possible when you reframe decision making as a skill learned over time22:25 What happens when you push decision making down to the levels closest to the work23:29 Leading the roll out of Holocracy at Zappos25:09 A tangent on releasing ourselves from the idea that we can achieve certainty26:01 Back to Holocracy at Zappos29:13 Human centered org design at IDEO31:28 What has been most fascinating about the work at August Public35:23 Decision making as a perfect proxy for understanding what's going on in an organization37:30 Key things to remember or tryGuest BioAlexis is a Partner and the Org Design lead at August Public. She is an expert in organization design, change activation, and the future of work. Over the past 15 years, she's worked with some of the world's most respected companies to design innovative organizational practices and implement large, complex change programs. Before August, she led the implementation of Holacracy at Zappos and helped shape an emerging org design practice for world-class clients at IDEO. She is driven by a desire to make workplaces more inclusive, agile, and fun.ResourcesLearn from the experts at August Public: https://www.aug.co/learningTo learn more from Michelle about decision making, check outThe Ask A Decision Engineer websiteHer Stanford Continuing Studies course (now enrolling, class starts July 14)Her Personal Decision Toolkit course on MavenHer Decision Toolkit course for coaches and thought partners on Maven
We talk to a B2B technology company that supports its work in employer brand, HR, D&I, and marketing with a crossfunctional team that fosters an environment of collaboration throughout the organization. Nataie Bodus is the Senior Director of Inclusion and Diversity and Employer Brand at Zebra Technologies. Natalie Bodus on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/natalie-bodus-mba-95125817/ Zebra's Your Edge Blog: https://www.zebra.com/us/en/blog.html Subscribe to this podcast: https://employerbrandingpodcast.com Measure your employer brand: https://employerbrandindex.co Thanks for tuning in!
Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI) can increase your wallet. Paul Skeen, the co-chair of the National DEI Counci with Eide Bailly and Susan Speirs, the CEO of Utah Association of CPAs discuss the advantages of including people from many different backgrounds, including race, gender and military service. Skeen says profits at Eide Bailly more than doubled after they began including more women among into partnership and corporate roles. You can follow this show on Instagram and on Facebook. And to see what Heather does when she's not talking money, go to her personal Twitter page. Be sure to email Heather your questions and request topics you'd like her to cover here. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
How did you decide what you wanted to be when you grew up? Some of us are still trying to decide. Things don't always go as planned, especially when it comes to our careers. Whether we were looking to get promoted, change jobs, or transition into a new role — being curious and taking risks is part of growing professionally. For this podcast, Robyn Shepherd, Partner and Head of Corporate Engagement at Bridgewater Associates tells us about her risk-taking experiences and making her voice heard. She also tells us about how to ask for the help you need to succeed. Robyn grew up with an exposure to a great education but lacked awareness for the vast possibilities it could take her in her career. As she grew in her professional life, she understood that she needed to prepare to seize the moment when opportunities unexpectedly came her way. She feels it is as important to know what you don't want to do as it is to know what you do want to do and be aware of what you're passionate about. Success involves building great professional relationships and the best way to make those connections is being authentic–something Robyn is known for. Her positive energy will lift you up and give you ideas on how to take a new path at work. Visit https://www.iambeyondbarriers.com where you will find show notes and links to all the resources in this episode, including the best way to get in touch with Robyn. Highlights: [02:22] Robyn's journey [10:10] Stepping into new opportunities with courage [13:28] How to make important decisions [16:25] Creating opportunities and forging your own path [19:22] How to locate the decision makers [21:45] Making sure your voice is heard [24:15] Habits and hacks for think time [26:09] The importance of realizing what you don't want to or can't do [30:18] The vital role of community, advocates, and mentees [35:29] Asking for help [40:21] Looking for an advocate [43:42] Being authentic about building professional relationships [45:58] Lightning round questions Quotes: “When you don't know what you want to do, do the hardest thing you can so that you're set up when opportunity comes knocking.” – Robyn Shepherd “Preparing for the worst isn't the only thing, it's also about imagining the opportunity.” – Robyn Shepherd “Saying yes to something means you are saying no to something else.” – Robyn Shepherd Lightning Round Questions: What book has greatly influenced you? “The Daily Stoic” by Ryan Holiday What is your favorite inspiring quote or saying? “How long are you going to wait before you demand the best for yourself?” - Epictetus, Greek Stoic Philosopher What is one word or moniker you would use to describe yourself? Tough What is one change you've implanted that made your life better? When my kids get home from school, I do everything I can to not be working and having half-hours of transition. What power song would you want playing as you walk out onto a stage? “Black and Yellow” by Wiz Khalifa About Robyn Shepherd: Robyn Shepherd joined Bridgewater Associates in 2004 and is currently the Head of Corporate Engagement. Reporting to the CEO, Robyn oversees the firm's public affairs, communications and branding functions, as well as the company's initiatives for operational sustainability, social responsibility, and plays a leading role in Bridgewater's Diversity and Inclusion efforts. She is a Partner of the firm and a member of the Operating Committee and Commercial and Business Strategy Committee. Robyn began her career at Bridgewater as a Senior Investment Associate in the Account Management group and later took on other key roles within the firm's Client Service and Marketing team — first as an Associate Client Advisor covering the firm's international client and marketing relationships, and later as the Head of Client Service Analytics. Subsequently, Robyn served as Chief of Staff to CEO David McCormick, partnering with him on the firm's strategic agenda, business oversight, management of the Client Service and Marketing department, and corporate governance. Robyn was a founding member of the firm's Diversity and Inclusion Council, and the Co-Founder and Senior Sponsor of Bridgewater's Women's Influence Network (WIN). She was recognized by The Hedge Fund Journal as one of the “50 Leading Women in Hedge Funds” in 2020, and was named the 2021 “Women of Excellence: Trailblazer” by Seramount, in partnership with Working Mother and the National Association for Female Executives. Before joining Bridgewater, Robyn was an Analyst at Lime Rock Partners and an Investment Analyst at HarbourVest Partners. She serves on the boards of Susan G. Komen and Oakland Catholic High School, an all-women's college preparatory school in Pittsburgh, PA. Robyn received her BA in economics from Brown University. Links: Website: https://www.bridgewater.com/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/robyn-shepherd-a959985/
"Goodniks is a podcast series exploring the journey and meaning of doing good in the world — for people who do good or are just thinking about it." How do people do good in the world and why do they do it? Goodniks shares first-hand accounts of "doing good" from the ground. Stories of doing good come from social service providers, nurses, movement organisers, police officers, and activists. The podcast responds to a "very real and tangible need" of people wanting to do good, but not knowing how to get started. "We're living in a time where we are finally recognising critical roles that first responders play, that teachers play, that grocery story workers play - and redefining what good means," said Annalisa Enrile. "I think it's daunting and intimidating when you think about doing good in the world as these huge macro changes."In this episode of MetaPod, we discuss some of the common threads among people changing the world in big and small ways. We learn that being open to doing things outside of your comfort zone and having mentors who champion your capacity are key. We also spend time considering some of the challenging aspects of activism and service to humanity. Counter-intuitive strategies to persevere in the face of adversity, unhealthy motivations to do good and kindness are revealed as a few of the personal challenges that Goodniks come up against.Annalisa Enrile also describes the power of storytelling in education and activism. She also shares a personal story about being championed by a colleague.Show notes"Caring for myself is not self-indulgence, it is self-preservation, and that is an act of political warfare.” - Audre Lorde"Why acknowledging and celebrating the Black feminist origins of ‘self-care' is essential" Bryony Porteous-Sebouhian, Mental Health TodayAbout Annalisa EnrileAnnalisa Enrile is a professor of social work at University of Southern California's School of Social Work, training a generation of change makers. She is a storyteller, anti-trafficking warrior and defender of women and girls.Annalisa is one of the few Filipina PhDs in social work, having chosen the field as a way to bring to light important social issues in the Filipino-American community, the fastest-growing Asian immigrant population. She frequently speaks out against sex trafficking, anti-militarization and exploitative migrant labor. A voice for equity and global justice, the clinical associate professor has been recognized as one of the 100 Most Influential Filipinas in the World (FWN Global 100) for her efforts to stop violence against women. She has worked with students, communities and academic partners to create social change through innovation and collaboration. Annalisa is also presenter of the Goodniks podcast, an audio storytelling series exploring the journey and meaning of doing good in the world.
In this episode Wes sits down with co-hosts (and long time work friends), Adam Yarber and Billie-Page Peterson to talk about Pride month and how student housing managers can help support their residents who identify as LGBTQIA. We also replay a recent segment from ShopTalk concerning Gender Inclusion and the Roommate Matching Process. That segment discusses the tools, 3rd party partners, and internal policies and procedures that operators are putting in place to not only better support their residents but to also reduce liability. This segment includes the following guests: Julie Bonnin from Asset Living, Jay Sensi from My College Roomie, Kimmy Kelley from ACC, Rob Castellucci from RoomSync, and Jamie Torkelson from PeakMade. Links to Referenced Items ShopTalk - https://www.shoptalk.info/ Adam Yarber/StarRez Webinar with Student Housing Business - https://studenthousingbusiness.com/webinar-creating-an-inclusive-housing-experience-for-students-with-technology/ Be There Certificate: https://betherecertificate.org/ Diversity, Equity and Inclusion in the Workplace Certificate from University of South Florida's Muma College of Business: https://www.usf.edu/business/certificates/diversity-equity-inclusion/ Co-Host Emails Billie-Paige Peterson: BPeterson@varsitycampus.com Adam Yarber: email@example.com Questions are comments about this podcast? Email us at Contact@StudentHousingInsight.com
It's no secret – people love their pets. Not only do we care for them, but they provide companionship like no other and have a positive impact on our daily lives. On this episode, Deloitte Chief Well-being Officer Jen Fisher talks with Mark Cushing, founder and CEO of the Animal Policy Group, and author of Pet Nation on the evolution of the human-animal bond, and how our love for our pets has ignited a cultural transformation.
With more than 15+ years of executive experience in recruitment marketing and sales, CindyKlein is presently the Senior Vice President of Sales for Talent.com, the fastest-growing globalplayer in next-generation job search platforms. With more than 30 million jobs available in 78countries and 29 languages, Talent.com's proprietary technology matches job seekers withrelevant job opportunities while its pay-per-click model helps recruiters easily adjust their jobadvertising campaigns based on performance. Cindy oversees the company's North Americanmarket and ensures a global sales strategy and alignment. Previously she held positions withZipRecruiter and Indeed.com. Connect with her on LinkedIn athttps://www.linkedin.com/in/cindymklein/Rebel HR is a podcast for HR professionals and leaders of people who are ready to make some disruption in the world of work.We'll be discussing topics that are disruptive to the world of work and talk about new and different ways to approach solving those problems.Follow Rebel HR Podcast at:www.rebelhumanresources.comhttps://twitter.com/rebelhrguyhttps://www.facebook.com/rebelhrpodcastwww.kyleroed.comhttps://www.linkedin.com/in/kyle-roed/Buzzsprout - Let's get your podcast launched! Start for FREEDisclaimer: This post contains affiliate links. If you make a purchase, I may receive a commission at no extra cost to you.Support the show
In the midst of our ongoing economic crash, Charlie raises the obvious question no one seems to be asking: what was it that made America the economic powerhouse and global reserve currency in the first place? It all came down to the fact that our economic might was backed up by military strength and our status as a "Global Superpower," for better or for worse. But with shocking new reports coming from West Point and the Pentagon, Charlie raises a red flag to end all red flags about the downfall of American global hegemony and what that means for the west. He walks through each of those stories, playing tape as evidence to back them up, and exposes how the Military has officially, openly, and proudly gone "Woke" — spending endless resources on training, not to equip our fighters with lethal intel or the ability to protect the homeland, but to embed in them the gospel of CRT, Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion, and Gender-Confused nonsense. He contrasts the military of today with the military of the past and if you don't find yourself filled with righteous indignation by the end of this episode, you should check your pulse and your passport to make sure you're still a Red-Blooded American. Support the show: http://www.charliekirk.com/support See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.