Podcasts about Kinship

Human relationship term; web of social relationships that form an important part of the lives of most humans in most societies; form of social connection

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The Growth Collective
Love, Kinship and Compassion as a Business Model for Success: A conversation with Homeboy Industries CEO Tom Vozzo

The Growth Collective

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 43:36


There is a belief that we can all get what we want if we just pull up our bootstraps and go for it.  But what happens to those who simply don't have boots?  It's tough for someone to move forward if they don't have the basics.   This episode is about a business that looks at business differently…My guest for this episode is Tom Vozzo, CEO of Homeboy Industries. Tom left his career in corporate America convinced there had to be a better way to define success. In 2012, Tom became the first-ever CEO of Homeboy Industries, the largest and most successful gang intervention, rehabilitation, and re-entry program in the world. This discussion hits on a lot of opportunities for business to think differently – for the benefit of all involved.   From letting go of judgement, to creating a space where employees feel loved and supported the experience Tom shares can apply to any organization.   Listen in as Tom shares a few of the 55 rules he believes more businesses need to break, speaks the power of asking employees what they need and why love, kinship and compassion are the key to creating a workplace where employees can thrive. Connect with Tom:  LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/thomasvozzo/ Homeboy Industries LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/homeboy-industries/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/HomeboyInd Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/homeboyindustries/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/HomeboyIndustries   Connect with Susan Morgan Bailey Email: Susan.Bailey@marshmma.com  LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/susanmbailey/

The Chuch at Ponce & Highland's podcast and sermons
"Our Kinship with Creation" - Rev. Dr. Graham Walker

The Chuch at Ponce & Highland's podcast and sermons

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 25:53


Rev. Dr. Graham Walker, former co-pastor and guest preacher, preached on September 18, 2022. The Church at Ponce & Highland is a multiracial, pro-LGBTQ, economically diverse, member-led church in intown Atlanta. We value radical inclusivity, thoughtful spirituality, and caring community. To learn more, hit subscribe or visit http://churchatponceandhighland.org/

Raising Kind Humans
A Place to Belong with Amber O'Neal Johnston

Raising Kind Humans

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 60:05


Amber has a beautiful book called A Place to Belong- Celebrating Diversity and Kinship in the Home and Beyond.  It's a wonderful guide for families looking to authentically embrace the fullness of their diverse communities.  We get to dive into several topics that I know you will love! "A Place to Belong offers a path forward for families to honor their cultural heritage and champion diversity in the context of daily family life by:1. Fostering open dialogue around discrimination, race, gender, disability, and class2. Teaching “hard history” in an age-appropriate way3. Curating a diverse selection of books and media choices in which children see themselves and people who are different4. Celebrating cultural heritage through art, music, and poetry5. Modeling activism and engaging in community service projects as a family"You can check out all that she has to offer for resources as you root your children in their own culture so that they may openly embrace and love others with their whole hearts here:  www.heritagemom.comFollow her on Instagram @heritagemomblogDon't forget to sign up for my newsletter at teamkindhumans.com

Our State - South Australia
12/09/2022 Department for Child Protection - Foster and Kinship Carers Week

Our State - South Australia

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 20:52


More than 85 per cent of children and young people in care in South Australia, live in family-based care. The majority of these children and young people live with family in a kinship arrangement. In SA, the recruitment and ongoing support of foster carers is undertaken by non-government organisations such as Key Assets, while kinship carers are predominantly supported by the Department for Child Protection along with three Aboriginal Community Controlled Organisations. In this segment, we hear from Michael Ainsworth, State Director for Key Assets, and foster carer Julie Krawczynski, about the impact foster carers make in our state and how to become a carer. The department is committed to supporting non-government providers to continue to grow the number of foster carers available to provide safe, stable and nurturing environments for vulnerable children and young people. As at 30 June 2022, there were 1404 foster carer households and 1774 kinship carer households in SA.Foster and Kinship Carer Week, 11-17 September, provides an important opportunity to thank all carers for the incredibly crucial role they play in keeping children and young people safe and giving them a loving home in which they can grow and thrive. 

New Books in Gender Studies
Tyler Bradway and Elizabeth Freeman, "Queer Kinship: Race, Sex, Belonging, Form" (Duke UP, 2022)

New Books in Gender Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2022 73:38


The contributors to Queer Kinship: Race, Sex, Belonging, Form (Duke UP, 2022) assert the importance of queer kinship to queer and trans theory and to kinship theory. In a contemporary moment marked by the rising tides of neoliberalism, fascism, xenophobia, and homo- and cis-nationalism, they approach kinship as both a horizon and a source of violence and possibility. The contributors challenge dominant theories of kinship that ignore the devastating impacts of chattel slavery, settler colonialism, and racialized nationalism on the bonds of Black and Indigenous people and people of color. Among other topics, they examine the “blood tie” as the legal marker of kin relations, the everyday experiences and memories of trans mothers and daughters in Istanbul, the outsourcing of reproductive labor in postcolonial India, kinship as a model of governance beyond the liberal state, and the intergenerational effects of the adoption of Indigenous children as a technology of settler colonialism. Queer Kinship pushes the methodological and theoretical underpinnings of queer theory forward while opening up new paths for studying kinship. Tyler Bradway is Associate Professor of English at the State University of New York, Cortland, and author of Queer Experimental Literature: The Affective Politics of Bad Reading. Elizabeth Freeman is Professor of English at the University of California, Davis, and author of Beside You in Time: Sense Methods and Queer Sociabilities in the American Nineteenth Century, and other books also published by Duke University Press. Sohini Chatterjee is a PhD Candidate in Gender, Sexuality, and Women's Studies at Western University, Canada. Her work has recently appeared in Women's Studies: An inter-disciplinary journal, South Asian Popular Culture and Fat Studies. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/gender-studies

Resilient Voices & Beyond
"You are the author of your story." -Lisa Nichols

Resilient Voices & Beyond

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2022 71:40


It was such an honor and privilege to talk with Eshontee' Rowe. Eshontee' is an advocate, public speaker, mentor, singer/songwriter, author, and creative & business consultant. She talked to us about her experience and expertise so tune in to hear more about her life's journey.

New Books in LGBTQ+ Studies
Tyler Bradway and Elizabeth Freeman, "Queer Kinship: Race, Sex, Belonging, Form" (Duke UP, 2022)

New Books in LGBTQ+ Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2022 73:38


The contributors to Queer Kinship: Race, Sex, Belonging, Form (Duke UP, 2022) assert the importance of queer kinship to queer and trans theory and to kinship theory. In a contemporary moment marked by the rising tides of neoliberalism, fascism, xenophobia, and homo- and cis-nationalism, they approach kinship as both a horizon and a source of violence and possibility. The contributors challenge dominant theories of kinship that ignore the devastating impacts of chattel slavery, settler colonialism, and racialized nationalism on the bonds of Black and Indigenous people and people of color. Among other topics, they examine the “blood tie” as the legal marker of kin relations, the everyday experiences and memories of trans mothers and daughters in Istanbul, the outsourcing of reproductive labor in postcolonial India, kinship as a model of governance beyond the liberal state, and the intergenerational effects of the adoption of Indigenous children as a technology of settler colonialism. Queer Kinship pushes the methodological and theoretical underpinnings of queer theory forward while opening up new paths for studying kinship. Tyler Bradway is Associate Professor of English at the State University of New York, Cortland, and author of Queer Experimental Literature: The Affective Politics of Bad Reading. Elizabeth Freeman is Professor of English at the University of California, Davis, and author of Beside You in Time: Sense Methods and Queer Sociabilities in the American Nineteenth Century, and other books also published by Duke University Press. Sohini Chatterjee is a PhD Candidate in Gender, Sexuality, and Women's Studies at Western University, Canada. Her work has recently appeared in Women's Studies: An inter-disciplinary journal, South Asian Popular Culture and Fat Studies. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/lgbtq-studies

New Books in Anthropology
Tyler Bradway and Elizabeth Freeman, "Queer Kinship: Race, Sex, Belonging, Form" (Duke UP, 2022)

New Books in Anthropology

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2022 73:38


The contributors to Queer Kinship: Race, Sex, Belonging, Form (Duke UP, 2022) assert the importance of queer kinship to queer and trans theory and to kinship theory. In a contemporary moment marked by the rising tides of neoliberalism, fascism, xenophobia, and homo- and cis-nationalism, they approach kinship as both a horizon and a source of violence and possibility. The contributors challenge dominant theories of kinship that ignore the devastating impacts of chattel slavery, settler colonialism, and racialized nationalism on the bonds of Black and Indigenous people and people of color. Among other topics, they examine the “blood tie” as the legal marker of kin relations, the everyday experiences and memories of trans mothers and daughters in Istanbul, the outsourcing of reproductive labor in postcolonial India, kinship as a model of governance beyond the liberal state, and the intergenerational effects of the adoption of Indigenous children as a technology of settler colonialism. Queer Kinship pushes the methodological and theoretical underpinnings of queer theory forward while opening up new paths for studying kinship. Tyler Bradway is Associate Professor of English at the State University of New York, Cortland, and author of Queer Experimental Literature: The Affective Politics of Bad Reading. Elizabeth Freeman is Professor of English at the University of California, Davis, and author of Beside You in Time: Sense Methods and Queer Sociabilities in the American Nineteenth Century, and other books also published by Duke University Press. Sohini Chatterjee is a PhD Candidate in Gender, Sexuality, and Women's Studies at Western University, Canada. Her work has recently appeared in Women's Studies: An inter-disciplinary journal, South Asian Popular Culture and Fat Studies. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/anthropology

Stories from the Ashes Podcast
018 Heritage Mom Talks Diversity, Hymns, & Charlotte Mason Philosophy

Stories from the Ashes Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2022 60:06


Our Guest: Amber O'Neal Johnston of Heritage Mom and author of A Place to Belong: Celebrating Diversity and Kinship in the Home and Beyond.Find a free literary database containing books we discuss on the podcast here:Links on our website are often affiliate links- they don't cost you any extra to use but they greatly help support the costs of running this site. To find the affiliate links from this episode please click here. you- we truly appreciate it!Featured books in this episode:Roll of Thunder Hear My Cry by Mildred D. TaylorTheir Eyes Were Watching God by Zora Neale Hurston A Place to Belong: Celebrating Diversity and Kinship in the Home and Beyond by Amber O'Neal JohnstonGladiola Garden by Effie Lee NewsomeA Charlotte Mason Companion: Personal Reflections on the Gentle Art of Learning by Karen AndreolaUnspeakable: The Tulsa Race Massacre by Carole Boston WeatherfordThe Mystery of the Loch Ness Monster by Jeannie Bendick A History of African-American Artists from 1792 to the Present by Romare BeardenWebsites and Resources mentioned:Stories of Color: Diverse, multicultural living booksReshelving Alexandria Literary CatalogueHeritage Packs: Multicultural Lesson Guides from Heritage MomKids Learning Tube Do you have any questions for Amber?What is your favorite hymn?Do you have a personal story about “Amazing Grace”?-If your kids/teens have a book they would like to pitch to our community, please submit their brief reviews to StoriesFromTheAshesPodcast@gmail.com. Include their first name, last initial, and age. Thank you! (It's absolutely fine to submit a review for a book we reviewed already in an episode- we want to hear their voices!)GIVEAWAY DETAILS: For every 5 reviews left, we will give away a book recommended on one of our podcasts! To enter, leave a review on your podcast player of choice or in the comments here and email StoriesFromTheAshesPodcast@gmail.com!Thank you for listening to the Stories from the Ashes podcast . If you enjoyed this episode, please share it with a friend! This is a public episode. If you would like to discuss this with other subscribers or get access to bonus episodes, visit www.reshelvingalexandria.com

New Books in Sociology
Tyler Bradway and Elizabeth Freeman, "Queer Kinship: Race, Sex, Belonging, Form" (Duke UP, 2022)

New Books in Sociology

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2022 73:38


The contributors to Queer Kinship: Race, Sex, Belonging, Form (Duke UP, 2022) assert the importance of queer kinship to queer and trans theory and to kinship theory. In a contemporary moment marked by the rising tides of neoliberalism, fascism, xenophobia, and homo- and cis-nationalism, they approach kinship as both a horizon and a source of violence and possibility. The contributors challenge dominant theories of kinship that ignore the devastating impacts of chattel slavery, settler colonialism, and racialized nationalism on the bonds of Black and Indigenous people and people of color. Among other topics, they examine the “blood tie” as the legal marker of kin relations, the everyday experiences and memories of trans mothers and daughters in Istanbul, the outsourcing of reproductive labor in postcolonial India, kinship as a model of governance beyond the liberal state, and the intergenerational effects of the adoption of Indigenous children as a technology of settler colonialism. Queer Kinship pushes the methodological and theoretical underpinnings of queer theory forward while opening up new paths for studying kinship. Tyler Bradway is Associate Professor of English at the State University of New York, Cortland, and author of Queer Experimental Literature: The Affective Politics of Bad Reading. Elizabeth Freeman is Professor of English at the University of California, Davis, and author of Beside You in Time: Sense Methods and Queer Sociabilities in the American Nineteenth Century, and other books also published by Duke University Press. Sohini Chatterjee is a PhD Candidate in Gender, Sexuality, and Women's Studies at Western University, Canada. Her work has recently appeared in Women's Studies: An inter-disciplinary journal, South Asian Popular Culture and Fat Studies. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/sociology

New Books Network
Tyler Bradway and Elizabeth Freeman, "Queer Kinship: Race, Sex, Belonging, Form" (Duke UP, 2022)

New Books Network

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2022 73:38


The contributors to Queer Kinship: Race, Sex, Belonging, Form (Duke UP, 2022) assert the importance of queer kinship to queer and trans theory and to kinship theory. In a contemporary moment marked by the rising tides of neoliberalism, fascism, xenophobia, and homo- and cis-nationalism, they approach kinship as both a horizon and a source of violence and possibility. The contributors challenge dominant theories of kinship that ignore the devastating impacts of chattel slavery, settler colonialism, and racialized nationalism on the bonds of Black and Indigenous people and people of color. Among other topics, they examine the “blood tie” as the legal marker of kin relations, the everyday experiences and memories of trans mothers and daughters in Istanbul, the outsourcing of reproductive labor in postcolonial India, kinship as a model of governance beyond the liberal state, and the intergenerational effects of the adoption of Indigenous children as a technology of settler colonialism. Queer Kinship pushes the methodological and theoretical underpinnings of queer theory forward while opening up new paths for studying kinship. Tyler Bradway is Associate Professor of English at the State University of New York, Cortland, and author of Queer Experimental Literature: The Affective Politics of Bad Reading. Elizabeth Freeman is Professor of English at the University of California, Davis, and author of Beside You in Time: Sense Methods and Queer Sociabilities in the American Nineteenth Century, and other books also published by Duke University Press. Sohini Chatterjee is a PhD Candidate in Gender, Sexuality, and Women's Studies at Western University, Canada. Her work has recently appeared in Women's Studies: An inter-disciplinary journal, South Asian Popular Culture and Fat Studies. 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

The Dissenter
#676 Hector Qirko: Human Cooperation, Altruism, Kinship, and Institutions

The Dissenter

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2022 52:27


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Kinship Podcast
#65: Introverts

Kinship Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2022


What's it like to be around others and get drained? Introverts know that feeling all too well! There are blessings of being an introvert but cons too. Since data shows there are more extroverts in society sometimes introverts can feel the struggle of keeping up with the the group. Join us as we talk about who's an introvert among us and what it looks like.4 Lies About Introverts- TGCHow Do Introverts Guard Against Selfishness?- Desiring GodThe Christian Introvert- Tim Challies

People of Hope
Kinship

People of Hope

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2022 11:11


Our next several weeks of scriptures and reflections are shifting to the theme of God's kingdom. This week, Bill Noe, SJ reflects on James 2:1-8. You can subscribe to The Contemplatio email here: bit.ly/TheContemplatio

Let's Meet For a Beer
INSPIRE: Gayathri Shukla - Founder, Campfire Kinship

Let's Meet For a Beer

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2022 34:55


Gayathri Shukla is the devoted founder of ‘Campfire Kinship', an organization created to help build inclusive cultures through elevated storytelling. After working in leadership roles within the engineering industry for 17 years, she began observing how a diverse and inclusive team could thrive. These teams leveraged every team member's skillsets, perspectives and potential to achieve success. These experiences amplified her passion for inclusion and diversity. Gayathri has recently published a book called “Landed: Transformative Stories of Canadian Immigrant Women”. This book was written for readers to see the world through the eyes of an immigrant; the diverse range of their emotions and the success and improvement that they bring to Canada through their various skillsets.

The Kondrat Podcast
INSPIRE: Gayathri Shukla - Founder, Campfire Kinship

The Kondrat Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2022 34:55


Gayathri Shukla is the devoted founder of ‘Campfire Kinship', an organization created to help build inclusive cultures through elevated storytelling. After working in leadership roles within the engineering industry for 17 years, she began observing how a diverse and inclusive team could thrive. These teams leveraged every team member's skillsets, perspectives and potential to achieve success. These experiences amplified her passion for inclusion and diversity. Gayathri has recently published a book called “Landed: Transformative Stories of Canadian Immigrant Women”. This book was written for readers to see the world through the eyes of an immigrant; the diverse range of their emotions and the success and improvement that they bring to Canada through their various skillsets.

Fostering Conversations with Utah Foster Care
Ep. 27: Benefits of Kinship

Fostering Conversations with Utah Foster Care

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2022 23:14


Children living with relatives increased 51% between 2000 and 2010.  In 2010, 1700 children were placed with relatives after being removed from their parents. The most recent census tells us that number is not going down.  Being placed with Kin/relatives vs. foster care has a number of benefits: Minimizes trauma Increased permanency Better overall well being Preserves cultural and community identity Promotes lasting connections Children's Service Society of Utah (CSS) is an organization that empowers families and caregivers through services that support the safety and well-being of children. Grandfamilies is a support, advocacy, educational and crisis intervention program of the Children's Service Society. The program was created in 2002 to meet the growing needs of individuals and/or families that are caring for a relative's child. Our focus is to provide information and support to these families so that the needs of safety and permanency for the children in these families can be met. Their services include: Crisis intervention Adult educational support groups Children's support groups Links to community resources Drug and alcohol prevention services for children To learn more about the Grandfamilies program, click here Utah Foster Care also has resources for Kinship Families. 2022 Kinship Town Hall Topic: The impact of trauma in kinship families Date: Tuesday Sept 20th Time: 5:00-7:00PM Location: Children's Service Society of Utah, 655 E 4500 S, ste 200, SLC, 84107

The Barber and his Therapist
You Already Have What You Need: Finding Kinship In Wisdom

The Barber and his Therapist

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 4, 2022 24:38


In this episode, Ian and Woody explore their first core principle of the BSC: You Already Have What You Need. They do this through discussing how men can partner with women in change; to be better men. As one of the more powerful episodes in the podcast's series, they explore things from nearly losing a loved one, to finding wisdom in our families, friends and significant others.

The Lord of the Rings Podcast
Episode 5 - The First Fellowship (feat. The Sisters of the Shire)

The Lord of the Rings Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 4, 2022 133:32


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Bali Insiders
Season 3, Episode 4: Co-working in Bali with Kinship Founder Louise Millroy

Bali Insiders

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 2, 2022 27:53


BALI INSIDERS SHOW NOTES In Season 3, Episode 4, we interview Louise Millroy, Owner and Entrepreneur extraordinaire of the super successful co-working space, Kinship Studios. With the incredible rise of remote work globally and particularly in Bali, Louise has embraced this movement to create an incredible community of like minded people. We chat about how covid impacted the studio and the initiatives she put in place to make sure Kinship survived but also the responsibility she felt around looking after the community she had built. For anyone with the opportunity to work remotely this is a great episode! CREDITS Hosts: Emma Vipond-Cooke and Karlie Cummins Episode Sponsor - Covermore Travel Insurance Guest - Louise Millroy owner of Kinship Studio Bali @bar.souvenir @kinshipstudiobali @baliphotostudio Instagram: @baliinsiders Facebook: Bali Insiders

Soul Palate Podcast
Turnt Tables

Soul Palate Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2022 124:56


This week on #SoulPalate, we are tasting vermouth, bitters and amaro! Dee and Kapri start the episode sharing an exclusive promo code for the loyal listeners and co-sippers. During “With it or Nah,” our co-hosts speak on blessings and curses of nepotism, discuss if/when it's ever justifiable for a man to put their hands on a woman, and lament over the far extents people are going to with the use of A.I. and the metaverse.“What's Tea” this week? Netflix is running back to Will Smith to restart his projects (duh), and Tamar Braxton is allegedly moving on again with an unexpected cutie. The ladies close out with “Where We Eating?” and are NOT eating at Kinship. Tap in to find out why you shouldn't either. #SoulPalate #SoulPalatePod #DrinkSeelbachs SUBSCRIBE | COMMENT | SHARE our YouTube channel: www.youtube.com/channel/UCmWFlAZD09D0siXlvCcFBaAFind The Line-up:https://seelbachs.com/Tasting Line-up:Bordiga Vermouth BiancoBordiga Vermouth Excelsior Bresca Dorada Italian Vermouth Sirene ApertivoFred Jerbis Amaro Follow on IG:https://www.instagram.com/drinkseelbachs/https://www.instagram.com/soulpalatepod https://www.instagram.com/deestilledhttps://www.instagram.com/kapri.possible

Child Welfare Information Gateway
Advances in Supporting Kinship Caregivers Part 3 (Port Gamble S'Klallam)

Child Welfare Information Gateway

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2022 43:02


As jurisdictions place a higher emphasis on placing children and youth in relative or familiar settings, some are expanding and advancing the support provided to kinship caregivers. The podcast series, Advances in Supporting Kinship Caregivers, comprises episodes featuring the advances created and implemented by child welfare agencies and their partners to strengthen kinship families and meet the unique needs faced by these caregivers. Part 3 focuses on the unique successes experienced within the Port Gamble S'Klallam Tribe, located inside Washington State. The Tribe's flexible use of funding and its prevention-focused approach has resulted in a nearly 70-percent reduction in the number of children in care. Their success is built upon strong, trusting relationships forged between tribal members. The examples shared in this episode demonstrate the power of being able to tailor supports and services to the specific needs and culture of the families being served.

Bridge the City
Episode 117: Kinship Community Food Center

Bridge the City

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2022 22:28


Host Ben Hoekstra sits down with Anna Fahrendorf, Communications Associate at Kinship Community Food Center. They discuss food insecurity, what Kinship does, and the importance of dignity. To learn more, visit:Kinship Community Food CenterAction Steps:Amanda's action steps include:1. Volunteer with Kinship Community Food Center through kinshipmke.org.2. Be O.K. with learning and listening. Bridge the CityWhen you're taking action in your community, share with us! Use #bridgethecity or tag us on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, or LinkedIn.We humbly ask you to consider joining our Patreon so we can continue creating episodes and events that encourage community engagement and open dialogue.Music by Casey Masters.

The Total Package Podcast
Broken Babies Miniseries Pt. 3

The Total Package Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 28, 2022 71:56


In this episode I discuss some of the ways we have abandoned OUR Children over the years as a result of multiple issues both by choice and force. However, we must begin to understand that WE did not bring these institutions and systems into fruition. Therefore, we must be mindful of how we are participating in and perpetuating these VERY DESTRUCTIVE behaviors, processes, and systems. OUR Lineages are suffering a Great Deal, some of which have been ELIMINATED. We face Total Domination and Elimination when we FAIL to take note of the Life we are living and the World we are leaving behind. - [ ] Adopted Broken Babies: What Is Adoption? | Adoption.org What is adoption? Adoption is the establishment of a legally recognized, lifelong relationship between adoptive parents and the adoptee(s) in question. Adoption is a permanent choice for birth parents. Adoption can occur in varying ways. A person can adopt their stepchild or relative. There are international adoptions where a couple adopts an orphan from another country. A person may also wish to adopt from foster care. This is where a child's parents have voluntarily, or involuntarily relinquished parental rights and the child is in need of a permanent home. The last type of adoption is domestic infant adoption. This is when a person or couple adopts a baby in the U.S. This can be for any number of reasons. - [ ] Foster Care/Family Care: Foster Care is a system in which a minor has been placed into a ward, group home (residential childcare community, treatment center, etc.), or private home of a state-certified caregiver, referred to as a "foster parent" or with a family member approved by the state. The placement of the child is normally arranged through the government or a social service agency. The institution, group home, or foster parent is compensated for expenses unless with a family member. In some states, relative or "Kinship" caregivers of children who are wards of the state are provided with a financial stipend. Started by some white dude named Charles Loring Brace. "In the mid 19th Century, some 30,000 homeless or neglected children lived in the New York City streets and slums. He also started the “Orphan Train Movement” https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Foster_care - [ ] Aborted Broken Babies: Abortion is the termination of a pregnancy by removal or expulsion of an embryo or fetus. [nb 1] An abortion that occurs without intervention is known as a miscarriage or "spontaneous abortion"; these occur in approximately 30% to 40% of pregnancies. Abortion is a common “health intervention”. It is safe when carried out using a method recommended by WHO, appropriate to the pregnancy duration and by someone with the necessary skills. Around 73 million induced abortions take place worldwide each year. Six out of 10 (61%) of all unintended pregnancies, and 3 out of 10 (29%) of all pregnancies, end in induced abortion - [ ] Surrogate Broken Babies: Surrogacy is a medically assisted family creation method that can be a last resort for those who have been unsuccessful in having a baby. Surrogacy allows a woman to carry and give birth to the intended parents' baby. Surrogacy is a process where a woman agrees to become impregnated by another person or couple to have children for that person or couple, who is incapable of naturally having children of their own for whatever reason. #IWantToSeeMoreAFRICANBabiesBorn #itsreallycrazytome #makeitmakesense #thinkaboutit #rawunfiltered #CoreFoundationalBelief #AncestralConnection #Lineage #Legacy #Purpose #itsallconnected #LifeasIUnderstandIt #ThisIsMe #Connected #ProblemPussies #DamagedDicks #BrokenBabies #NoMoreGHETTO #BreakingGenerationalCurses #LineageLegacyPurpose #TheTotalPackagePodcast --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/ttpp33/message

Mommying While Muslim
Kinship Assaulted

Mommying While Muslim

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 26, 2022 58:42 Very Popular


Trigger warning: sexual abuseMina is our guest today, anonymized to protect their identity. They share their experience with childhood sexual abuse and the effects it had on them, their parents, and their extended family. There are a lot of dynamics to consider and our inner justice-seeker may be triggered; however, the insight as a therapist and survivor they offer is really important to think about.Let's talk about second generation trauma, family expectations vs social expectations, our own healing journeys, and how severed ties are navigated in these terribly delicate circumstances.Tune in at 6pm EST and don't forget to check the MANY resources we have in our Shownotes for you (on our website). Share this episode with someone you think would benefit AFTER you summarize the content with them. Let them choose if they are ready to hear it or not before you send the link or share this post. Please refrain from re-traumatizing someone.RAINN: https://www.rainn.org/ Reporting Sexual Assaut and Abuse: https://www.abuselawsuit.com/resources/how-to-report-abuse/ Reporting Child Sexual Abuse (training offered!): https://www.stopitnow.org/ohc-content/reporting-child-sexual-abuse Circles of Safety Brochure: https://www.stopitnow.org/sites/default/files/documents/files/cos_brochure_online_version_final.pdf Body Safety via Buddy Speaks: https://buddyspeaks.org/ and hear founder Shariea Shoatz on Mommying While Muslim podcastMuslim Youth Helpline: https://naseeha.org/ Web: www.mommyingwhilemuslim.comEmail: salam@mommyingwhilemuslim.comFB: Mommying While Muslim page and Mommyingwhilemuslim groupIG: @mommyingwhilemuslimpodcastYouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCrrdKxpBdBO4ZLwB1kTmz1wSupport the show

Waterpeople Podcast
Chelsea Woody: Cultivating Kinship

Waterpeople Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 26, 2022 81:27


For many, 2020 was the worst.  Chelsea Woody, a neuroscience nurse who moonlights as a Vans surf ambassador, is clear that it was “the worst year of her life.” After getting COVID from work, and subsequently  experiencing  a painful loss, — while  witnessing the suffering of so many through the pandemic -  Chelsea wished (for the first time) that she'd chosen a different profession.Parallel to the suffering both personal and all around her, Chelsea's surfing career blossomed: she made the film Sea Us Now, and expanded the organisation she helped found, Textured Waves, interjecting the presence and prowess of black and brown female surfers into surf circles, and far beyond. The Textured Waves crew has since partnered with big brands like Adobe, Adidas, and were featured on a billboard in Times Square for a big bank. Through her own surfing as an African American woman, and via her filmmaking and writings, Chelsea is creating fresh narratives that are rippling around the globe. Listen in as Chelsea shares about learning to surf later in life, the colonial roots of hair straightening, and finding her limits during her first season on the North Shore.  Chelsea's latest film Night Crawler, handles the topic of surfing as otherworldly escape from shift work. ….We reference sociologist Jean Kilbourne's pioneering media/advertising study Killing Us Softly in this episode. Click through to learn more about her work. …Listen with Lauren L. Hill & Dave RastovichSound Engineer: Tiffany RichmondSoundtrack By: Shannon Sol Carroll Additional music by Wave Brain  - Dave, Neal Purchase Jr. and Christian Barker Join the conversation: @Waterpeoplepodcast Waterpeoplepodcast.com

UBC News World
Thomas Law Group, PC Launches Releases Stepparent Kinship Adoption Report.

UBC News World

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2022 2:58


Thomas Law Group, PC has published its latest article covering the process of stepparent kinship adoption and the importance of choosing a suitable attorney. Aimed primarily at those interested in becoming a child's legal guardian. Further information can be found at https://thomasfamilylawcounsel.com/thomasblog/stepparent-kinship-adoption-what-you-need-to-know- (ThomasFamilyLaw/Blog)

Commonplace: Conversations with Poets (and Other People)
Episode 103: Cody-Rose Clevidence with Valentine Conaty

Commonplace: Conversations with Poets (and Other People)

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 22, 2022 110:03


BooksAux Arc / Trypt Ich: Poppycock & Assphodel; Winter; A Night of Dark Trees (Nightboat Books, 2021)Listen My Friend, This is the Dream I Dreamed Last Night (The Song Cave, 2021)FLUNG THRONE (Ahsata Press, 2018)BEAST FEAST (Ahsata Press, 2014)Selected chapbooksDEARTH & Gods Green Mirth (Fonograph, 2022)“BEHOLD A MAN!” (Auric Press, 2020)Perverse, All Monstrous (Nion Editions, 2017)Also ReferencedGolden spikeMichel de MontaigneRalph Waldo Emerson, NatureCaspar David Friedrich, Wanderer Above the Sea of FogWaves Breaking with Avren KeatingSei Shōnagon, The Pillow BookFall of CivilizationsContrapoints, “Envy”Sylvia PlathRobert Sapolsky, Stanford LecturesJaak Panksepp, The Archaeology of Mind: Neuroevolutionary Origins of Human EmotionsJohann Sebastian BachAlan FelsenthalDouglas KearneyBagley Wright Lecture SeriesCarl SaganEmile Durkheim, Elementary Forms of Religious LifeBook of RevelationNeopaganism Quaker meetingToni MorrisonLinda Stone, Kinship & Gender: An IntroductionBruce Bagemihl, Biological Exuberance: Animal Homosexuality & Natural DiversityAdam Smith, The Wealth of Nations (An Inquiry Into the Nature & Causes of the Wealth of Nations)Jalāl al-Dīn Muḥammad RūmīJean Giorno, Joy of Man's DesiringH.D. (Hilda Doolittle)Robin BlaserDerek WalcottWallace StevensKamau BrathwaiteCommonplace has no institutional or corporate affiliation and is made possible by you, our listeners! Support Commonplace by joining the Commonplace Book Club: https://www.patreon.com/commonplacepodcast

To The Best Of Our Knowledge
Eye-To-Eye Animal Encounters

To The Best Of Our Knowledge

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 20, 2022 51:51 Very Popular


There's a certain a kind of visual encounter that can be life changing: A cross-species gaze. The experience of looking directly into the eyes of an animal in the wild, and seeing it look back. It happens more often than you'd think and it can be so profound, there's a name for it: eye-to-eye epiphany. So what happens when someone with feathers or fur and claws looks back? How does it change people, and what can it teach us? Human identity cannot be separated from our nonhuman kin. From forest ecology to the human microbiome, emerging research suggests that being human is a complicated journey made possible only by the good graces of our many companions. In partnership with the Center for Humans and Nature and with support from the Kalliopeia Foundation, To The Best Of Our Knowledge is exploring this theme of "kinship" in a special radio series. To learn more about the Kinship series, head to ttbook.org/kinship. Original Air Date: February 08, 2020 Guests:  Gavin Van Horn — Jenny Kendler — Ivan Schwab — Jane Goodall — Alan Lightman Interviews In This Hour:  In The Eye Of The Osprey: A Physicist's Wild Epiphany — 100 Bird Eyes Are Watching You — The Look That Changed Primatology — Watching the Fierce Green Fire Die: Animal Gazes That Shaped Conservation Movements — The 600 Million Year History Of The Eye — 'We Are The Feast' — A Feminist Philosopher's Life-Changing Encounter With A Crocodile — How Do You Practice Kinship? A Brief Meditation — Sharing Eye-To-Eye Epiphanies With The Animal World  Further Reading: "The Disruptive Eye" by Gavin Van Horn—"6 a.m. on LaSalle Street" by Katherine Cummings—"Salmon Speak ~ Why Not Earth?" by Bron Taylor—"The Eyes of an Owl" by Greg Ripley—"From Bestiary" by Elise Paschen Never want to miss an episode? Subscribe to the podcast. Want to hear more from us, including extended interviews and favorites from the archive? Subscribe to our newsletter.

Creating a Family: Talk about Infertility, Adoption & Foster Care
Adoptions in the US: Who is Adopting and How are the Kids Doing?

Creating a Family: Talk about Infertility, Adoption & Foster Care

Play Episode Play 53 sec Highlight Listen Later Aug 17, 2022 50:26 Transcription Available


We talk with Ryan Hanlon, with National Council for Adoption, about the largest survey of adoptive parents ever conducted. We talk about who adoptive parents are, the needs of the kids adopted, and so much more. In the episode, we cover:Who is adopting in the US? How are they similar and how do they differ from the general population of parents in relation to income and education level?What are the primary motivations for parents to adopt? Does it differ based on domestic infant adoption, international adoption, and foster care adoption?What type of special needs or diagnoses do adopted children have?How well are adoptive parents meeting these needs?How are adopted kids doing in school?What degree of openness or contact with birth families is common for infant adoption, intercountry adoption, and adoptions from foster care?How do adoptive parents view their relationship with birth families?How common are attachment issues in adoption and what factors contribute to attachment problems?How are parents meeting the needs of transracially adopted children?How satisfied are adoptive parents with the decision to adopt? Knowing what they know now, would they do it again?This podcast is produced  by www.CreatingaFamily.org. We are a national non-profit with the mission to strengthen and inspire adoptive, foster & kinship parents and the professionals who support them. Creating a Family brings you the following trauma-informed, expert-based content:Weekly podcastsWeekly articles/blog postsResource pages on all aspects of family buildingPlease leave us a rating or review RateThisPodcast.com/creatingafamilySupport the show

Kinship Podcast
#64: Extroverts

Kinship Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2022


What's it like to be around others and get re-energized? Extroverts know that feeling all too well! There are blessings of being an extrovert but cons too. According to data there are more extroverts in society than introverts. Join us as we talk about who's an extrovert among us and what it looks like.Stree-Free Small Talk

The Nonlinear Library
EA - Let's not glorify people for how they look. by Florence

The Nonlinear Library

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 5:20


Welcome to The Nonlinear Library, where we use Text-to-Speech software to convert the best writing from the Rationalist and EA communities into audio. This is: Let's not glorify people for how they look., published by Florence on August 11, 2022 on The Effective Altruism Forum. I find it physically uncomfortable; I get a shiver down my spine and a lump in my throat when I hear people idolize how others look. It conjures up memories of the old days at University when the men (realistically, they were acting like boys) would huddle together in a room and drink a crate of beers. Only males were allowed, and they would spend the day at a yearly “bachelor party.” They weren't celebrating anyone in particular; they were just celebrating the essence of being a lad, not talking about your emotions, and ranking the females in the hall. As a female, I never attended, and I don't know the full details of the day, but it never sounded like something that would elicit FOMO in me. I do know they went through the entire ~100 girls in the hall and ranked them on hotness. I personally would like to be evaluated as a complete human being for the actions, thoughts, and vibe that I bring. I think the least important factor about a person should be their looks because it is something one generally can't change. You might be nodding along in agreement that clearly, this seems like a bad thing, but what's my point? Where am I heading with this? Recently, within the EA community, I've had a few shivers down my spine and lumps in my throat. I've heard many high-status males in EA being described as “hot” and “sooo attractive.” Jokes on Twitter about “I only joined EA because of how hot {X person} is,” I've heard people mention they could “put a poster of {EA Person} on my bedroom wall.” I know that mostly these are jokes, but it still provides the same discomfort I get when I notice idolization.Note: I excluded specific names from the article as I didn't want to draw any more unwanted attention to specific people in the community. Here are the many reasons I object to this idolization of “leaders” & glorification of people for how they look. The Halo effect - if you like someone (perhaps just because they are aesthetically pleasing to the eye), you are more likely to be agreeable to them. A classic example would be you have a big crush on someone, so you just say yes, blush and smile. I am not saying we should be going in the other direction and bullying people that we like (also not ok). Vanity Bias - assuming that because someone looks good and appeasing that they would also be a good person - this is incredibly biased and not representative. An example of this (with a very small sample size of only ~64 people) is a study of mock interviews, where attractive people were more likely to be hired than less attractive individuals. [1] Another study showed that attractiveness can also influence judgments about the seriousness of crimes committed, depending on the crime itself [2]. Mere-exposure effect - we tend to develop a preference for things that are familiar to us, also known as the familiarity principle. If people look similar, we are more likely to prefer them, again decreasing the amount of diversity in the group. Cues of Kinship - if you look similar to someone, you are likely to act prosocially towards them, as you are likely to share genes and have common descendants. It seems important to be cognisant of this bias so we can do our best to avoid it. As this could create a very undiverse space within the EA community, and I think there is plenty of reasons why a diverse community is important. [4, 5] Physical attractiveness has important social consequences, and I think it's better to point them out rather than leave them unspoken! Diversity - diverse opinions are crucial to highly performing structures and decision-making. When you have racially diverse groups of people, people have more rigorous decision-making methods. Also, related to th...

Wards of the State
Ep: 26 "Lizette"

Wards of the State

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 49:58


Hey Light Shiners! In this episode, I am joined by Lizette, a Kinship adoptee who experienced a very untraditional adoption. We spoke about the benefits and flaws of Kinship adoption, informal adoptions, and the stigma surrounding adoption. Lizette's story is one of the most interesting we have had on the podcast to date. Be sure to follow the guest on social media @Lizette.cmWatch the video of this episode only on Patreon! https://www.patreon.com/user?u=45714095&fan_landing=trueIf you would like to be on the show please fill sign up here https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1v7bvzVA12m64Ujr-I9eQcR5UKO8vOIMjDdNic0YYLFg/prefill Please help us keep shining light on the truths of the foster care system by donating. Please click the link to donate! https://karlosdillard.com/checkout/donate?donatePageId=611ab8be7dbb68767abf984e

Resilient Voices & Beyond
TAY Talk Episode 3 | Obtaining Higher education & kinship |

Resilient Voices & Beyond

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 50:19


For an estimated 32,000 homeless youth, and 22,000 foster youth aging out of the system every year, struggling to support themselves, college is often a distant idea. Due to increased school mobility, histories of trauma and abuse, and lack of adequate support and services to succeed in school, many of these youth lack the academic foundation to apply and be admitted to a two- or four-year college or university. For others, attaining the required documentation to verify their independent status to receive federal funding is difficult. These youth are united, however, in the struggle to attain accessible resources and information to make college a viable option.

Simply Talking Business
Wedding Venue while ranching with Valerie Cook from Kinship Ranch

Simply Talking Business

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 32:26


Valerie talks with us about how her family began a wedding venue next to their ranch and how it provides a location for couples to have their perfect wedding day and melds a beautiful ranch experience. Family owned and operated ranch/event venue. Variety of wedding packages available. We sell kunekune pigs and raise black angus cattle.learn more at https://thekinshipranch.com/located in Cromberg, CA

New Books Network
Christopher Krentz, "Elusive Kinship: Disability and Human Rights in Postcolonial Literature" (Temple UP, 2022)

New Books Network

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 22:30


Dr. Christopher Krentz is an Associate Professor at the University of Virginia, where he has a joint appointment with the departments of English and American Sign Language. He is also the author of Writing Deafness: The Hearing Line in Nineteenth-Century American Literature and editor of A Mighty Change: An Anthology of Deaf American Writing, 1816–1864, as well as numerous articles about disability in literature and culture. He is currently director of the University of Virginia's Disability Studies Initiative and helped found their American Sign Language Program. Characters with disabilities are often overlooked in fiction, but many occupy central places in literature by celebrated authors like Chinua Achebe, Salman Rushdie, J. M. Coetzee, Anita Desai, Jhumpa Lahiri, Edwidge Danticat, and others. These authors deploy disability to do important cultural work, writes Christopher Krentz in his innovative study, Elusive Kinship: Disability and Human Rights in Postcolonial Literature (Temple UP, 2022). Such representations not only relate to the millions of disabled people in the Global South, but also make more vivid such issues as the effects of colonialism, global capitalism, racism and sexism, war, and environmental disaster. Krentz is the first to put the fields of postcolonial studies, studies of human rights and literature, and literary disability in conversation with each other in a book-length study. He enhances our appreciation of key texts of Anglophone postcolonial literature of the Global South, including Things Fall Apart and Midnight's Children. In addition, he uncovers the myriad ways fiction gains energy, vitality, and metaphoric force from characters with extraordinary bodies or minds. Depicting injustices faced by characters with disabilities is vital to raising awareness and achieving human rights. Elusive Kinship nudges us toward a fuller understanding of disability worldwide. Autumn Wilke works in higher education as an ADA coordinator and diversity officer and is also an author and doctoral candidate with research/topics related to disability and higher education. 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 Literary Studies
Christopher Krentz, "Elusive Kinship: Disability and Human Rights in Postcolonial Literature" (Temple UP, 2022)

New Books in Literary Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 22:30


Dr. Christopher Krentz is an Associate Professor at the University of Virginia, where he has a joint appointment with the departments of English and American Sign Language. He is also the author of Writing Deafness: The Hearing Line in Nineteenth-Century American Literature and editor of A Mighty Change: An Anthology of Deaf American Writing, 1816–1864, as well as numerous articles about disability in literature and culture. He is currently director of the University of Virginia's Disability Studies Initiative and helped found their American Sign Language Program. Characters with disabilities are often overlooked in fiction, but many occupy central places in literature by celebrated authors like Chinua Achebe, Salman Rushdie, J. M. Coetzee, Anita Desai, Jhumpa Lahiri, Edwidge Danticat, and others. These authors deploy disability to do important cultural work, writes Christopher Krentz in his innovative study, Elusive Kinship: Disability and Human Rights in Postcolonial Literature (Temple UP, 2022). Such representations not only relate to the millions of disabled people in the Global South, but also make more vivid such issues as the effects of colonialism, global capitalism, racism and sexism, war, and environmental disaster. Krentz is the first to put the fields of postcolonial studies, studies of human rights and literature, and literary disability in conversation with each other in a book-length study. He enhances our appreciation of key texts of Anglophone postcolonial literature of the Global South, including Things Fall Apart and Midnight's Children. In addition, he uncovers the myriad ways fiction gains energy, vitality, and metaphoric force from characters with extraordinary bodies or minds. Depicting injustices faced by characters with disabilities is vital to raising awareness and achieving human rights. Elusive Kinship nudges us toward a fuller understanding of disability worldwide. Autumn Wilke works in higher education as an ADA coordinator and diversity officer and is also an author and doctoral candidate with research/topics related to disability and higher education. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/literary-studies

Mantz and Mitchell
Consciousness and Kinship

Mantz and Mitchell

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 54:25


Hypnotheratist and long-time guest on Mantz & Mitchell Lauren Archer returns to this Friday's edition of Mantz & Mitchell. Gary and Suzanne have a discussion with Lauren about consciousness and kinship.

The Rising Man Podcast
RMP 218 - Extend KINSHIP To Every Man with Philip Folsom

The Rising Man Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 57:10


“Your life is evidence of your efficacy” As a long time men's work practitioner, Anthropologist, Culture Development expert, and entrepreneur, Philip Folsom holds rare, potent insights into what makes an initiated man. Philip's deep appreciation and studies into masculinity from the mythopoetic lens has given him ultra clear methodology for men to follow. Listen in for his sobering takes, including how to find perspective in the Hero's Journey, why ownership is the mark of an upstanding man, and how community is central to the initiatory experience.   Highlights: [03:30] Why men are defined by what they do and the ownership they take. [07:45] How young men can remind themselves that the hero's journey is LONG and WINDING. [14:42] Is patriarchy inherently bad? How Philip's studies of anthropology informed his views. [20:22] Are humans naturally war-like? Is there a solution? [23:39] What are rites of passage and initiation? What's the importance? [27:30] How an understanding of short term pleasure vs long term impact is everything in manhood. [31:52] Why there is no initiation without community. [37:31] How sacrificing short term convenience for service shows leadership. [41:23] Why healing must precede initiation. [45:52] What is spiritual bypass and how do men abuse this? [50:45] Why there's no avoiding discomfort.   Connect with Philip Folsom: K4 Men's Group || Guiding principles informed by traditional, mythopoetic authors and leaders. Wolftribe || Philip's leadership and coaching platform Instagram || @k4menswork Rising Man Links: NEW OFFERING - The Brotherhood || The most inclusive, actionable, and helpful container for men on this planet! Instagram || @risingmanmovement DOJO || A 4 day, carefully crafted sequence of rigorous exercises that will challenge the limits of your mental, physical, and emotional fortitude. Men's Circle || Are you ready to join other men JUST LIKE YOU who have found a way to RISE ABOVE life's challenges and create a life of purpose and fulfillment? Join our online FIRE CIRCLE!  Online Course || IGNITE is a 12 week online program designed to ignite your purpose and propel you into freedom. Features weekly calls, online modules, growth assignments, and community support!  Initiation || Compass is a 4 day 4 night Vision Fast in the wilderness, with preparation and incorporation calls in the months before and after.  YouTube || The Rising Man Movement Website || RisingMan.org

Let's Talk: A MN ADOPT Podcast
Let’s Talk – Know Your Rights: Kinship

Let's Talk: A MN ADOPT Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 20:27


Join us to learn more about the law for relatives or kin who are a permanency resource for a child in foster care.     MN ADOPT Website: www.mnadopt.org Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/mnADOPT… The post Let's Talk – Know Your Rights: Kinship appeared first on MN Adopt.

Child Welfare Information Gateway
Advances in Supporting Kinship Caregivers - Part 2 (Washington)

Child Welfare Information Gateway

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 48:36


This episode focuses on Washington State's approach to providing kinship support services. The conversation describes how the State's kinship support is operated by the State's Aging and Long-Term Support Administration and provides some of its services through a one-time stipend to help new kinship families meet basic needs. This episode also spends time discussing providing kinship navigator services in the Yakima and Tri-Cities region of central Washington, a rural, Latinx community. Topics discussed include the following: • Differences in formal and informal kinship caregivers and the differences caseworkers may have to navigate when working with each • Cultural considerations caseworkers and others should be aware of when working with rural, Latinx communities and families • The importance of building relationships across a community, not just with kinship families • Implementation of one-time stipends for kinship families in Washington State

Top Shelf at the Merrick Library
E 99: Interview with Jess Montgomery, author of The Echoes

Top Shelf at the Merrick Library

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 20, 2022 25:42


What a joy to host for the third time author Jess Montgomery for the next book in her Kinship series, The Echoes. Jess and I chatted about her amazing main character Sheriff Lilly Ross, the very personal background behind the title, WWI, keeping the series fresh and more! Remember, you don't have to read the … Continue reading E 99: Interview with Jess Montgomery, author of The Echoes →

TILT Parenting: Raising Differently Wired Kids
TPP 297: Jennifer Natalya Fink on Disability Lineage — What It Is and How it Impacts Families

TILT Parenting: Raising Differently Wired Kids

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 12, 2022 42:32 Transcription Available Very Popular


In this conversation with Jennifer Natalya Fink, we explore the nuances of her fascinating new book, All Our Families: Disability Lineage and the Future of Kinship. The premise of Jennifer's book is that disability is often described as a tragedy, a crisis, or an aberration, even though more than 1 in 5 people worldwide have a disability. She wanted to explore the question: Why is this common human experience rendered exceptional? Instead, Jennifer is advocating for a reclamation of disability as a history, a culture, and an identity. She is pushing for a world where families see disability in the context of a collective sense of belonging, as cause for celebration, and is a call for a radical reimagining of carework and kinship. We went deep into this idea of a disability lineage, and Jennifer shared what's at stake if we don't know and claim our family history. We also discussed why getting a disability diagnosis can be traumatic for families and how it's accentuated by how our society thinks about disability. Lastly, Jennifer shared her thoughts on making the care system more equitable by embracing disability as a collective experience rather than something individual families have to deal with. ***Jennifer Natalya Fink is director of the Program in Disability Studies and a professor of English at Georgetown University. She is the author of 6 books and founder of the Gorilla Press, a nonprofit promoting youth literacy through bookmaking. Fink is the winner of the Dana Award for the Novel and the Catherine Doctorow Prize for Innovative Fiction, as well as a finalist for the Lambda Literary Award. First and foremost, she is a mother; the transformative experience of parenting her autistic daughter is the center of her work. Things you'll learn from this episodeHow Jennifer's own family story led her to be interested in researching disability and disability lineageWhat a disability lineage isWhy getting a disability diagnosis can be traumatic for families and how it's accentuated by our society's views of disabilityThe importance of understanding that care and disability are woven into the human experienceWhat we are losing out on by not knowing our family disability history as families raising differently wired kidsHow even good-intentioned comments can feed ableist beliefsHow we can work to make the care system more equitable, including seeing disability as a collective experience rather than something families must face on an individual basis Resources mentioned for Disability Lineage — What It Is and How it Impacts FamiliesAll Our Families: Disability Lineage and the Future of KinshipJennifer Natayla Fink's websiteJennifer on InstagramDisability Studies at Georgetown UniversityMia MingusFor more info, visit: https://www.tiltparenting.com/session297Support the show

Brown Mama Bear
Episode 2, Season 3: A Place to Belong with Amber O'Neal Johnston

Brown Mama Bear

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 12, 2022 31:02


Thank you for listening to Brown Mama Bear hosted by Shanera Williamson.  Today on the show, Shanera welcomes Amber O'Neal Johnston to the show.  They discuss Amber's new book, A Place to Belong.  Amber is a veteran homeschooling mom whose passion is to raise black kids who will love themselves and others.   Mentioned: Amber's website, HeritageMom Amber's book, A Place to Belong: Celebrating Diversity and Kinship in the Home and Beyond   Connect with Amber O'Neal Johnston: Facebook, Instagram   Connect with Shanera and Brown Mama Bear: Facebook, Instagram, Website   Make sure you share Brown Mama Bear with at least 3 friends so you have someone to talk with about these things.

Don't Mom Alone Podcast
Creating Family Culture :: Amber O'Neal Johnston [SOM Wk 4]

Don't Mom Alone Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 11, 2022 47:19 Very Popular


Creating Family Culture :: Amber O'Neal Johnston [SOM Wk 4] You are creating a culture for your family, right now, whether or not you're aware of it or intentional in it. Your words and actions reveal the functional values you have for your family. Is yours a culture of fun and laughter? Grace and second chances? Integrity and grit? It could be all of those and more, or something simpler - it is unique to your family! Whatever it is, if it isn't intentionally cultivated it will be like a garden filled with weeds - growing, but haphazard. My guest this week is Amber O'Neal Johnston and one of the values that drives her family's culture is that her kids would know they are seen and valued at home and in the world. And that other people are just as valuable too.  This, along with other values, drives the decisions they make about how they interact with the world around them, right down to the restaurants they eat at.  She challenges us to not only cultivate a family culture, but to grow as moms and people along the way. Her book, A Place to Belong: Celebrating Diversity and Kinship in the Home and Beyond is available now. We're taking time this summer (as usual) to be mentored by some experienced moms and benefit from their wisdom. I'm asking them about their “mom brands” and the unique families and assignments God has given them to help us embrace the specific and unique spot God has given each of us.  Discussion Questions: What stood out to you from this episode?  What practices or resources have you used to expose your kids to other cultures?  Where has God called you to speak out in love when you'd prefer to remain silent? Spend time praying with your group for these circumstances. What is one value that you want to emphasize in your home?  Amber shared that she had to release her need to impress other moms in order for her kids to flourish - what expectation or ideal do you need to let go of so that your kids can flourish? How would being secure and confident in your family culture change your relationships with other moms or families?  Connect with Amber Johnston:  Website:  https://heritagemom.com/  Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/HeritageMomBlog  Instagram:  @heritagemomblog Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/HeritageMomBlog/_created/  Links Mentioned:   A Place to Belong: Celebrating Diversity and Kinship in the Home and Beyond by Amber O'Neal Johnston  Things To Do List from the Heritage Mom Website Related Episodes: Finding Yourself in Motherhood :: Amber O'Neal Johnston [Ep 310] Featured Sponsors:  Athena Club. Get 20% off your first order at AthenaClub.com with promo code DMA. Rothy's. Your new favorite shoes are waiting. Fet $20 off your first purchase at rothys.com/DMA.  Fabric. Protect your family with term life insurance now, in just 10 minutes. Apply today at MeetFabric.com/DMA.