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The Bright Morning Podcast
Episode 145: In Conversation with Dr. Dena Simmons

The Bright Morning Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2022 40:18


Dr. Dena Simmons, the founder of LiberatED, a collective focused on developing school-based resources at the intersection of social and emotional learning, racial justice, and healing joins Elena in an uplifting conversation about healing, authenticity, imposter syndrome, hope and play. This is an episode for BIPOC educators who have been made to feel like they don't belong.  Mentioned in this episode: The Myth of Normal: Trauma, Illness and Healing in a Toxic Culture, Gabor MatéDena's TED Talks The Ways of White Folks, Langston HughesAtlantaAbbot Elementary Dena's forthcoming book, White Rules for Black People Visit https://brightmorningteam.com/podcasts/ for links to everything we mention on the show. Follow us on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Instagram Receive weekly wisdom and tools from Elena delivered to your inbox! Sign up at https://brightmorningteam.com/newsletter/  Support us 

The Animal Wellness Podcast
Ending the abuse for carriage horses | Episode 47

The Animal Wellness Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2022 42:03


On August 10, 2022, a carriage horse named Ryder collapsed on a hot New York City street and instantly became the symbol for a growing movement. Ryder was found to be a decade older than he should have been according to regulations, when he dropped to his side, requiring a spray of cold water to revivify him. He was emaciated and, it was later discovered, ill with cancer. Liberated at last from having to pull tourists around a crowded metropolis of cars, buses and trucks, he was sent to a privately owned farm. Retirement was short, however, and he had to be euthanized just a couple of weeks ago. As sad as his fate, however, many former carriage horses face an even worse end. Those who are no longer of use to the industry often are sold for slaughter and must endure a terrifying trip to Canada or Mexico, where they are killed and butchered for their meat. Animal Wellness Action, the Center for a Humane Economy, NYClass, Revolution Philadelphia and other groups are working hard to convince municipalities to do away with carriage-horse rides and the animal-suffering they entail. Part of their argument is that electric carriages are now available, able to preserve the tourist experience of slow, open-air views of cities and the jobs of people driving the carriages. Invest in the e-carriages, say the advocates, and you can preserve the tourist attractions and at the same time eliminate cruelty. This episode brings together several experts with vast experience advocating for horses and championing solutions to their systemic abuse. Joining host Joseph Grove in this episode of the Animal Wellness Podcast are: Marty Irby, executive director of Animal Wellness Action Kate Schultz, senior attorney for the Center for a Humane Economy and a former New York City prosecutor who specialized in animal-abuse cases Edita Birnkrant, executive director of NYClass, a group that is among leading the movement to ban horse-carriages and in New York and replace them with electric alternatives Tiffany Stair, co-founder of Revolution Philadelphia and a vocal antagonist to the city's carriage-horse industry. You can learn more about the organizations they represent here: Animal Wellness Action Center for a Humane Economy NYClass website NYClass Facebook Revolution Philadelphia Facebook   Music from https://filmmusic.io: "Fearless First" by Kevin MacLeod (https://incompetech.com); License: CC BY (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/)

Highlights from Ukraine
22 Nov: Ukraine liberated 1,886 settlements, 2,000 remains under occupation, EU transfers € 2.5bln, US promises $4.5bln financial support to Ukraine

Highlights from Ukraine

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2022 5:53


Latest news from 22 November 2022, as reported in the Ukrainian media. Easy ways to support us: Subscribe to our Patreon to give monthly support https://www.patreon.com/highlightsfromukraine Send us a one-time 'thank you' tip via PayPal at: highlightsfromukraine@gmail.com. Special thanks to our top Patreon supporters - Helena Pszczolko O'Callaghan, Pete Carroll, mattg629 and krissi!

Graves to Gardens Podcast
Liberated Minds One Book at a Time

Graves to Gardens Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2022 32:11


“The ability to read awoke inside of me some long dormant craving to be mentally alive.” - Malcolm X In today's episode I'm joined by Dr. Tom Haney, long time volunteer for Books Through Bars Philadelphia. Dr. Haney's 30+ years working in law enforcement informed his view on the criminal legal system and inspired him to involve himself in the making access to educational services behind bars possible. He has since dedicated 10 years of service to Books Through Bars and continues to support the organization support people incarcerated in the Mid-Atlantic states receive free books while inside. If you would like to donate to Books Through Bars make sure to click the link. You can also check out the short documentary Second First Chance on Books Through Bars Philadelphia here. Don't forget to like, subscribe and share this episode with a friend. Instagram Website --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

The Hot Zone with Chuck Holton
Episode 652 - A Mission Into Liberated Kherson (with Amy)

The Hot Zone with Chuck Holton

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2022 5:39


Amy Holton ventures into the city that a week ago was under Russian Occupation - we hear the jubilant story of the people who have been freed from oppression.

Ukraine: The Latest
Inside liberated Kherson & the war's impact on Ukraine's children

Ukraine: The Latest

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2022 67:52


Day 265. Today, we hear from Foreign Correspondent Joe Barnes who was at the scene when President Zelensky visited the liberated city of Kherson just yesterday. We also speak to freelance journalist Gabriella Jozwiak, who's been looking at the impact of the invasion on the children of Ukraine. Contributors: David Knowles (Host). Follow David on Twitter @DjKnowles22.Dominic Nicholls (Associate Editor). Follow Dom on Twitter @DomNicholls.Joe Barnes (Brussels Correspondent). Follow Joe on Twitter @Barnes_JoeGabriella Jozwiak (Freelance Journalist). Follow Gabriella on Twitter @GabriellaJ.Hero's reception for Zelensky as he hails Kherson liberation as 'beginning of the end', by Joe BarnesAfter a long hibernation under Russian control, Kherson nervously embraces a new dawn, by Colin FreemanBelow is a list of organisations Gabriella has worked with in Ukraine: Unicef Ukraine appealStreet ChildWomen's PerspectivesVoices of Children UkraineSave The ChildrenLumosThe Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine UNHCREmail: podcasts@telegraph.co.ukSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Developing Classical Thinkers
Empowerment, Exit and Entrepreneurship: An interview with FEE's Kerry McDonald

Developing Classical Thinkers

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2022 30:03


On today's episode, Winston interviews Kerry McDonald, a Senior Education Fellow at the Foundation for Economic Education and host of the LiberatED podcast, a podcast on recent trends in education. Kerry's work has appeared in FEE, the Cato Institute (where she is also an adjunct scholar), and Forbes, with her columns focusing on school choice, educational entrepreneurship, and alternatives to conventional schooling. Find out more about her work at FEE here: https://fee.org/people/kerry-mcdonald/and more about her book, "Unschooled: Raising Curious, Well-Educated Children Outside the Conventional Classroom," on Amazon, available here: https://amzn.to/3ExxH74Today's theme music is from John Harrison and Wichita State University Chamber Players.

PRI's The World
Liberated Izium rebuilds after Russian occupation

PRI's The World

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2022 46:50


The city of Izium in northeastern Ukraine was under Russian occupation for about six months. In September, Ukrainian forces managed to liberate the city, but the hard work of bringing it back to normal has only begun. And Chinese President Xi Jinping is reentering the international stage at the G-20 summit. It's his first trip abroad in three years and comes after he secured a historic third term as China's president. Also, at the UN climate summit in Egypt this week, developing countries are pushing to double the funding for climate adaptation, debt relief and changes to the global financial system. Plus, not everyone in Iran wants a revolution. *** The coverage we provide on air, online and through our podcast is free and accessible to everyone — thanks to listener support like yours. Learn more about donating to The World here.

Ukraine: The Latest
How Ukraine liberated Kherson & what happens next?

Ukraine: The Latest

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2022 48:41


Day 264. Today, we look at the Ukrainian liberation of Kherson in more tactical and strategic detail and we ask the question, with Winter fast approaching, what happens now? Contributors: David Knowles (Host). Follow David on Twitter @DjKnowles22.Roland Oliphant (Senior Reporter). Follow Roland on Twitter @RolandOliphant.Dominic Nicholls (Associate Editor). Follow Dom on Twitter @DomNicholls.Email: podcasts@telegraph.co.ukSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Lighthouse of Hope Church (LOH Church)
Rags to Riches // Part 6 // Liberated by the Son

Lighthouse of Hope Church (LOH Church)

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2022 48:06


His nail scarred hands are reaching across the ages! To those struggling, growing in grace - the Father hopes to lavish His riches on ALL His children! "In him and through faith in him we may approach God with freedom and confidence." - Ephesians 3:12 If you would like to partner with us, please visit: https://myloh.church/give

AP Audio Stories
Ukrainian president visits liberated city of Kherson

AP Audio Stories

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2022 0:39


AP correspondent Karen Chammas reports on Russia Ukraine War-Zelenskyy-Kherson

RNZ: Morning Report
Celebration in newly liberated Kherson

RNZ: Morning Report

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 13, 2022 5:41


After a weekend of celebration in Ukraine about newly liberated Kherson, the Ukrainian authorities have imposed a curfew on the city.  Ukrainian troops took back the city on Saturday after the retreat of some 30,000 Russian fighters.  But there are now fears that Russia may continue shelling as troops are digging in on the opposite of the Dnipro river.  Officials have also banned travel in and out of the city.  BBC correspondent James Waterhouse spoke to Corin Dann.  

Stoned Monkey Radio
Queer & Pleasant Strangers - Majority Trains Liberated

Stoned Monkey Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 13, 2022 74:16


Gather round strangers, queer and pleasant. Come hear another episode of our ridiculous podcast. Starring Laura Kate Magnet-Dale & Jane Aerith Magnet-Dale. A couple of queer, trans ladies who enjoy being very very silly. In this episode: Sonic Frontiers LEGO Optimus Prime Weird: The Al Yancovic Story New Tales From The Borderlands and more. You can get early access to episodes of PolyArmoury & Q&PS over on patreon.com/stonedmonkeyradio Q&PS t-shirts available here: https://www.redbubble.com/shop/ap/79965780 https://www.redbubble.com/shop/ap/79965063 Also, if you'd like to pre-order our book - based on the awful nonsense of Supremacy Software, it's available here: https://unbound.com/books/whale?utm_campaign=whale&utm_medium=AuthorSocial&utm_source=AuthorActivity

CNN News Briefing
10 AM ET: Dems take AZ, CNN in liberated city, Hawaii water lawsuit & more

CNN News Briefing

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 12, 2022 4:28


Democrats are one seat away from Senate control after a key win in Arizona. Ballots continue to be counted in an extremely tight Nevada Senate race. CNN is in the newly liberated city of Kherson as Ukrainians erupt in celebration. Dozens of plaintiffs are added to a lawsuit over Hawaii's Red Hill water contamination crisis. And actor Rainn Wilson proposes a name change to raise awareness about the climate crisis. To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacy

Explaining Ukraine
Kherson liberated from Russian occupation. - Weekly, 6-12 Nov | Ep. 158

Explaining Ukraine

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 12, 2022 29:48


Ukraine has liberated Kherson. The biggest city occupied by the Russians since Feb 24, and the only regional capital the Russians had captured. This is the 3rd major defeat of the Russian army since its full-scale invasion of Ukraine. Learn more from the weekly digest of our Explaining Ukraine podcast. Hosts: Volodymyr Yermolenko, Ukrainian philosopher and journalist, chief editor of UkraineWorld.org, and Tetyana Ogarkova, Ukrainian scholar and journalist, in charge of international outreach at the Ukraine Crisis Media Centre. Support us at patreon.com/ukraineworld

Chase Wild Hearts Podcast: Conversations with women who have created dream businesses and redefining success
Episode 176: Becoming More Liberated Through The Akashic Records With Tiensirin

Chase Wild Hearts Podcast: Conversations with women who have created dream businesses and redefining success

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2022 72:38


Tiensirin is an advanced certified Akashic Records practitioner and healer. She has completed five certification courses at the Dr. Linda Howe Center for Akashic Studies. She is a second-generation intuitive who inherited her abilities from her father, who is also an empath and a medium. Growing up in Thailand, spirituality and healing practices were a major part of her upbringing.    What she loves the most about her work in Akashic Records is the ability to assist her clients at a soul level. She seeks to help them find deeper clarity and insight within their current challenges and also assists them to move forward with more power and confidence in their life's calling. She helps her clients to see themselves clearly from multiple timelines without judgment —only unconditional love.    She uses several types of quantum healing modalities to assist clients to travel alongside her into their own Akashic Records to heal and shift frequencies within it in order to bring about liberation and activation of the highest possible realities from many lifetimes into the current timeline. Tiensirin specializes in the areas of past lives, relationships, and business.    She has read for nearly a thousand Akashic Records for her clients both domestically and internationally. Her clients range from anywhere from artists, recording artists, healers, non-profit organization executives, actors, television showrunners, publicists, music festival producers to fashion designers, to entrepreneurs.    Besides her work in Akashic Records, Tiensirin is also an award-winning photographer with extensive knowledge in entertainment marketing and photo publicity for various movie and television studios and networks. She is passionate about empowering creatives and artists to inspire others in the world.   In This Episode: Tiensirin explains the Akashic Records and answers the following questions:  Was she always able to access the records and did she study with a teacher? What does God mean according to the Akashic Records? What is the point of knowing about our past lives?  Why do our souls incarnate so many times?  Can the channeled Akashic Records messages be distorted?  What place does activism, creativity, and owning your own power have in our soul's growth. Talking about past lives in Lemuria and Atlantis. Are these civilizations overly romanticized?  What is her experience like being in the Akashic records? How does she as an Akashic Records reader, use astrology? She shares her takeaways from reading actors' akashic records. Her thoughts on Divine timing and manifestation.     Full Show Notes: Tiensirin's Instagram Tiensirin's Website ORDER MY BOOK HOW TO MANIFEST Laura Chung Instagram Laura Chung Tik Tok Laura Chung's Website  YouTube Channel Ceremonial Cacao for 15% off use code: AWAKEN  Awaken and Align Instagram Awaken and Align Website The Werk Podcast Website Bi-Monthly Moon Circles via Patreon  Connect with Awaken and Align: If you enjoyed the podcast and you feel called, please share it and tag me! Subscribe, rate, and review the show wherever you get your podcasts. Your rating and review help more people discover it! Follow on Instagram @awakenandalign Let me know your favorite guests, lessons, or any topic requests.

The Violet Vulture
Episode 14: On Play, Curiosity, and Liberated Spiritual Practice with Vanessa Murchie

The Violet Vulture

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2022 76:05


Welcome to The Violet Vulture! In this episode, we've got a special guest on the podcast who offers a gorgeous, affirming, and expansive perspective on spirituality and healing. Vanessa Murchie (they/them) and I spend some time reflecting on Human Design and they offer some extra noteworthy insight for the Projectors and Manifestors out there. We also dive into how the public discourse around the Akashic Records is one that we both find lacking in complexity and intersectionality. Vanessa offers some brilliant insight into what these practices are at their core and how they might provide a liberation-oriented container for fostering personal and spiritual growth, self-investigation, and development for anyone who might be aligned with their work. We also spend some time discussing Vanessa's other offerings that truly act as these care-filled vessels for facilitating transformation. All-in-all, Vanessa presents us with a new perspective on healing and self-discovery that offers an equal opportunity for both play and curiosity. If you've been curious about exploring new modalities and want a balance of seriousness and levity, this one is for you. Vanessa Murchie's website. Vanessa Murchie's Instagram. Website: soyemmy.com Instagram: @la_soy_emmy Email: emmy@soyemmy.com The Spooky Sentinel on Substack. Join my newsletter. Save 10% on Lively Ghosts. Wanna support my work? Buy me a Ko-Fi. Submit your questions and ideas for the pod HERE. Credit: Music: https://www.purple-planet.com --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/soy-emmy/support

R-Soul: Reclaiming the Soul of Reproductive Health, Rights, and Justice
Important, But Not Supreme: The Both/And Experience of Voting for a Liberated Future

R-Soul: Reclaiming the Soul of Reproductive Health, Rights, and Justice

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2022 29:03


Faith Organizers Kelley Fox and Terry Williams talk about ballot boxes & values voters in this pre-election episode centered on faith, repro, and creating a future we all want to inhabit. Discussing both the importance and also the severe limitations of voting as a vehicle for social change, Kelley and Terry explore the balance between electoral change theories, community-centered organizing, and mutual aid in the movement for reproductive health, rights, and justice. Music by Korbin Jones

The Stephen Wolfram Podcast
History of Science and Technology Q&A for Kids and Others (November 17, 2021)

The Stephen Wolfram Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2022 75:31


Stephen Wolfram answers questions from his viewers about the history science and technology as part of an unscripted livestream series, also available on YouTube here: https://wolfr.am/youtube-sw-qa Questions include: Are you familiar with Norbert Wiener's work? Is it relevant to current computer science at all? - Do you have any interesting stories/comments about Frederick P. Brooks? - What did you learn from The Mythical Man Month? (and when did you first read it?) - Dear Dr. Wolfram, what is your opinion on John Backus' lecture from 1977: "Can Programming be Liberated from the von Neumann Style?"? - Was it even one cornerstone for your thinking? - Did general system theory and systems theory die out and why? - Does functional programming count as liberation from von Neumann style? - Do you think scientific software development has a very different development practice? - Are you saying that flowchart descriptions of algorithms and computations originate from systems theory/general systems theory? I always thought that is just a part of modern computer science. - Regarding what you just mentioned about education and teaching programming, what are your thoughts generally on how far our higher level languages are abstracting more and more away from the core metal? Do you worry about future generations of programmers not understanding core fundamentals and that we might come become stunted in terms of coming up with new languages and computing paradigms due to a lack of expertise? - Were you ever involved in the development of a kind of software that you now think might actually be morally questionable in some sense?

PM Mood
Taking Up Space

PM Mood

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2022 28:27


LiberatED founder Dena Simmons is back for part 2 of her riveting conversation with Danielle Moodie, in which they discuss how we can wake people up and get their heads out of the sand...before it is too late. Support Woke AF Daily at Patreon.com/WokeAF to see the full video edition of today's show, and hundreds more. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

PM Mood
Reclaiming Our Time

PM Mood

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2022 34:23


Dena Simmons is the founder of LiberatED social-emotional learning group, and she joined Danielle Moodie for an engaging two-part conversation about growing up Black in a culture dominated by white social standards. Check back tomorrow for part 2 - you won't want to miss it! Support Woke AF Daily at Patreon.com/WokeAF to see the full video edition of today's show, and hundreds more. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

The David Knight Show
28Oct22 Will Twitter Be Liberated? Who's Funding Climate Chaos? The AR-15 and the Bowie Knife

The David Knight Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2022 181:54


Elon Musk completes the deal on Twitter and the firings begin at the top2:06The government doesn't want discussion, the left doesn't want debate, and the advertiser's not interested.9:20A dozen of Group M's clients have told the agency to pause all their ads on Twitter if Trump's account is reinstated.16:45The deputized state and the deep state.19:08Paypal sneaks back in its $2,500 (minimum) fine for "violations"25:23Maryland AG tries to use prohibitions of Bowie knife as precedent to prohibit AR-15. Jim Bowie was far more dangerous than his knife — a brief look at the Sandbar Fight36:40Senator Bob Menendez (D-NJ) under federal investigation yet again. A look at the bipartisan corruption55:25Surprise! Nothing was done about election mail fraud. In Pennsylvania, not only can counties register voters without verification of identity, they must send a mail-in ballot to any person who requests one even if that individual1:08:46Herschel Walker widens his lead in the Georgia gubernatorial race in spite of, or because of, Gloria Allred1:13:47Clip from RFK, Jr's Fauci documentary — "Dark Winter Simulation"1:22:59MNA vaccines injure the heart of ALL vaccine recipients, study finds.1:27:40Study: Cardiac Arrest Emergency Calls Rise with Booster Fatality Rates.1:33:33Covid vaccines induce long-lasting expression of the spike protein.1:36:02Paul demands answers over vaccine company's embedded staff within CDC to promote vaccines.1:42:38Who's funding "JUST STOP OIL" attacks on art, culture and liberty?1:48:28What's going to be the selling point for banning cryptocurrency?1:53:49The hunt for habitable planets may have just gotten far more narrow says a new study. CNN admits the presence of CARBON is ESSENTIAL TO LIFE!2:05:06A wind farm is being dismantled in western Germany to make way for an expansion of an open-pit coal mine, a paradoxical situation highlighting the2:11:47Coal is the workhorse of China's energy industry.2:20:38China increased its orders for Russian coal after the lockdowns halted some of the key domestic operations, but didn't have the railroad capacity2:26:17Rube Goldberg complex contraptions of technology — latest example is a fuel cell / battery hybrid EV semitrailer where the liquid hydrogen has to be kept cooled to near ABSOLUTE ZERO2:34:10Put through hell, a Christian baker emerges victorious against LGBT targeted persecution. 2:39:38How Gary Johnson, LP candidate, was wrong about bakers being coerced by LGBT and wrong about the rights of big corporations to censor on the internet2:48:23Nigerian Christians, 70 killed in just a couple of days, demand government arm them with AK-47's to defend themselves if government won't do it2:56:10Find out more about the show and where you can watch it at TheDavidKnightShow.comIf you would like to support the show and our family please consider subscribing monthly here: SubscribeStar https://www.subscribestar.com/the-david-knight-show Or you can send a donation throughZelle: @DavidKnightShow@protonmail.comCash App at:  $davidknightshowBTC to:  bc1qkuec29hkuye4xse9unh7nptvu3y9qmv24vanh7Mail: David Knight POB 994 Kodak, TN 37764Money is only what YOU hold: Go to DavidKnight.gold for great deals on physical gold/silver

The REAL David Knight Show
28Oct22 Will Twitter Be Liberated? Who's Funding Climate Chaos? The AR-15 and the Bowie Knife

The REAL David Knight Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2022 181:54


Elon Musk completes the deal on Twitter and the firings begin at the top2:06The government doesn't want discussion, the left doesn't want debate, and the advertiser's not interested.9:20A dozen of Group M's clients have told the agency to pause all their ads on Twitter if Trump's account is reinstated.16:45The deputized state and the deep state.19:08Paypal sneaks back in its $2,500 (minimum) fine for "violations"25:23Maryland AG tries to use prohibitions of Bowie knife as precedent to prohibit AR-15. Jim Bowie was far more dangerous than his knife — a brief look at the Sandbar Fight36:40Senator Bob Menendez (D-NJ) under federal investigation yet again. A look at the bipartisan corruption55:25Surprise! Nothing was done about election mail fraud. In Pennsylvania, not only can counties register voters without verification of identity, they must send a mail-in ballot to any person who requests one even if that individual1:08:46Herschel Walker widens his lead in the Georgia gubernatorial race in spite of, or because of, Gloria Allred1:13:47Clip from RFK, Jr's Fauci documentary — "Dark Winter Simulation"1:22:59MNA vaccines injure the heart of ALL vaccine recipients, study finds.1:27:40Study: Cardiac Arrest Emergency Calls Rise with Booster Fatality Rates.1:33:33Covid vaccines induce long-lasting expression of the spike protein.1:36:02Paul demands answers over vaccine company's embedded staff within CDC to promote vaccines.1:42:38Who's funding "JUST STOP OIL" attacks on art, culture and liberty?1:48:28What's going to be the selling point for banning cryptocurrency?1:53:49The hunt for habitable planets may have just gotten far more narrow says a new study. CNN admits the presence of CARBON is ESSENTIAL TO LIFE!2:05:06A wind farm is being dismantled in western Germany to make way for an expansion of an open-pit coal mine, a paradoxical situation highlighting the2:11:47Coal is the workhorse of China's energy industry.2:20:38China increased its orders for Russian coal after the lockdowns halted some of the key domestic operations, but didn't have the railroad capacity2:26:17Rube Goldberg complex contraptions of technology — latest example is a fuel cell / battery hybrid EV semitrailer where the liquid hydrogen has to be kept cooled to near ABSOLUTE ZERO2:34:10Put through hell, a Christian baker emerges victorious against LGBT targeted persecution. 2:39:38How Gary Johnson, LP candidate, was wrong about bakers being coerced by LGBT and wrong about the rights of big corporations to censor on the internet2:48:23Nigerian Christians, 70 killed in just a couple of days, demand government arm them with AK-47's to defend themselves if government won't do it2:56:10Find out more about the show and where you can watch it at TheDavidKnightShow.comIf you would like to support the show and our family please consider subscribing monthly here: SubscribeStar https://www.subscribestar.com/the-david-knight-show Or you can send a donation throughZelle: @DavidKnightShow@protonmail.comCash App at:  $davidknightshowBTC to:  bc1qkuec29hkuye4xse9unh7nptvu3y9qmv24vanh7Mail: David Knight POB 994 Kodak, TN 37764Money is only what YOU hold: Go to DavidKnight.gold for great deals on physical gold/silver

Highlights from Ukraine
24 Oct: 8 months of war, Ukraine liberated 4 more settlements, 30 Russian military directing missiles at targets in Ukraine identified

Highlights from Ukraine

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2022 5:50


Latest news from 24 October 2022, as reported in the Ukrainian media. Support our independent Ukrainian podcast at: https://www.patreon.com/highlightsfromukraine Special thanks to our top Patreon supporters - Helena Pszczolko O'Callaghan, Pete Carroll and mattg629! You can tip us via PayPal at: highlightsfromukraine@gmail.com.

World Challenge Daily Devotions
The Liberated Life - David Wilkerson - 436

World Challenge Daily Devotions

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2022 2:47


Jesus came to set people free. That freedom is a gift that we should not take lightly. Subscribe to daily devotions e-mails: https://wcm.link/ddsub

Experiencing Real Life
Episode 142 – Jamie Cashion

Experiencing Real Life

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2022 23:09


Hello there, my friend. In today's podcast, I talk with my lifelong friend, Jamie Cashion about how we nearly died in a Columbian Prison! Would you like to donate to Troy Brewer Ministries to free girls and boys from sex trafficking? You can do that by texting "LIBERATED" to 77977

Zen Stoic Path Show
Liberated Life Interview: Brandon Wehn

Zen Stoic Path Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2022 57:45


Brandon Wehn is a life coach, focusing on interpersonal relationships and communication skills. Having been raised by a spiritual direction counselor, coaching came naturally and he began a professional career as a coach in 2015. He has worked with hundreds of individuals, helping to improve their quality of life; starting with how they relate to themselves and working outward to all the relationships in their lives. After spending six years traveling the world with no more than a small backpack, he settled in Austin, TX.

Laid Open
A Feeling Man is a Liberated Man with Logan Cohen

Laid Open

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2022 58:21


While I don't know Logan Cohen personally his authenticity, the deep work he has done on himself, and his willingness to feel his feelings and allow his vulnerability to shine through. I'm moved by the vital offering Logan contributes to the world as an author, a psychotherapist, and a trauma professional. He is bringing quality content to TikTok and IG, as well as through his work with couples and individuals in private practice.  Logan Cohen is a remarkable man driven by a purpose, being of service, helping men develop emotional intelligence, and educating people about the impacts of trauma. In his book “How to Hu(Man) Up in Modern Society: Heal Yourself and Save the World,” he puts gender role conditioning into a historical and social context. We discuss the importance of healing within the community, his work with volatile couples, and dealing with narcissists. Plus, we speak about how the suicide of his friend led him to write his book, the work he had to do in his personal and professional life to see his privilege as a man and unlearn his social and emotional conditioning, and his close relationship with his grandfather, who was holocaust survivor on Schindler's List and how that has informed his commitment to building empathy in the world and being of service. We wrap up the episode with Logan leading an exercise around developing more awareness and connection to what you are feeling. There's so much essential content in this episode, which is why I'm starting the season with it. I hope you're ready to be as impacted by Logan's work as I am.

Grounded Futures Show
Liberated Care, with Zena Sharman

Grounded Futures Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2022 84:01


The Grounded Futures Show, Ep #19 Liberated Care, with Zena Sharman “I think about care as a process, as an ongoing act of weaving — that it is this active thing that we do, that happens in relationships, that happens in communities.” Zena Sharman joins the show to talk casting spells and weaving webs of care beyond institutions. This episode is all about intergenerational solidarity, and queering kinship and care in the everyday. Zena is a writer, speaker, strategist and LGBTQ+ health advocate and our conversation goes deep into the radical possibilities for care as an ongoing, consensual process — from grief care to ageing and dying, to gender open parenting, to centring pleasure and disability justice in health care. Show Notes Follow Zena on Twitter Zena's two books: The Care We Dream Of: Liberatory and Transformative Approaches to LGBTQ+ Health  The Remedy: Queer and Trans Voices on Health and Health Care Photo of Zena for show is by K. Ho Recommendations:  Leah Lakshmi Piepzna-Samarasinha's books Care Work: Dreaming Disability Justice and The Future is Disabled Megan Linton's Invisible Institutions podcast Hil Malatino's book Trans Care (the free open access version is available here) Jules Gill-Peterson's article Doctors Who? Radical lessons from the history of DIY transition I didn't mention it during the interview, but this podcast interview The Legend of the Orchi Shed with Guest Eilís Ni Fhlannagáin is another wonderful example of an oral history about trans DIY health care The book Trans Bodies, Trans Selves (second edition) Katie Batza's book Before AIDS: Gay Health Politics in the 1970s Dean Spade's mutual aid course syllabus, which includes Katie Batza's book alongside other health-related titles like Alondra Nelson's book Body and Soul: The Black Panther Party and the Fight against Medical Discrimination and the history of the Young Lords' health organizing, which is also covered in Mia Donovan's Dope is Death podcast and documentary Interrupting Criminalization's brief We Must Fight In Solidarity With Trans Youth: Drawing the Connections Between Our Movements Transcript Zena Sharman is a writer, speaker, strategist and LGBTQ+ health advocate. She's the author of three books, including The Care We Dream Of: Liberatory and Transformative Approaches to LGBTQ+ Health (published by Arsenal Pulp Press in the fall of 2021). Zena edited the Lambda Literary award-winning anthology The Remedy: Queer and Trans Voices on Health and Health Care. She's also an engaging speaker who brings her passion for LGBTQ+ health to audiences of health care providers, students and community members at universities and conferences across North America. You can learn more about Zena and her work at https://zenasharman.com/ Music for our show by: Sour Gout The GF Show art by Robin Carrico Thanks for listening!  

Trust Me...I Know What I'm Doing
Bijayini Satpathy...on her journey in Odissi dance, on liberated expressions, and on longevity as an artist

Trust Me...I Know What I'm Doing

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 17, 2022 59:02


Odissi master artist, teacher, and scholar, Bijayini Satpathy, joins Abhay to chat about surprises learned from her recent experiences as an artist-in-residence at the Met, about dance and discovery, and about her journey as an individual artist.

Black History Gives Me Life
Towards a Liberated Future with Jay from PushBlack

Black History Gives Me Life

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 17, 2022 31:26


Welcome to season six of Black History Year! For five seasons of Black History Year, thinkers, activists, and scholars have come through with hard-line answers that lay bare roadmaps you can use to overthrow white supremacy and manifest a liberated future. Season six won't disappoint – there's a roster of guests eager to share their visions of freedom. But first, in the spirit of Sankofa, we've got to revisit the annals of Black History Year and ask past guests… “What does Black liberation look like to you?” BHY is produced by PushBlack, the nation's largest non-profit Black media company - hit us up at BlackHistoryYear.com and share this with your people! PushBlack exists because we saw we had to take this into our own hands. You make PushBlack happen with your contributions at BlackHistoryYear.com​. Most people do 5 or 10 bucks a month, but everything makes a difference. Thanks for supporting the work. The Black History Year production team includes Tareq Alani, Brooke Brown, Tasha Taylor, and Lilly Workneh. Our producers are Cydney Smith and Len Webb for PushBlack and Ronald Younger, who also edits the show. Black History Year's executive producers are Mikel Elcessor for Limina House and Julian Walker for PushBlack. To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices

The Vonu Podcast
TVP #163: [A Liberated Lifestyle] Common Misconceptions About Vonu & The Second Realm

The Vonu Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2022 11:09


Introduction With vonu and the strategy of building the Second Realm becoming more well-known and practiced, this also means that misconceptions about them both have abounded, as well as some confusion on how they interplay with each other as tools in the liberation toolbelt. We'll cover those first. Then, just… The post TVP #163: [A Liberated Lifestyle] Common Misconceptions About Vonu & The Second Realm appeared first on The Vonu Podcast.

The FOX News Rundown
Evening Edition: FOX Visits Newly Liberated Town In Ukraine

The FOX News Rundown

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2022 11:44 Very Popular


Ukrainians facing more missile and drone attacks on civilian infrastructure for the third day straight. Meanwhile, more and more atrocities are uncovered as Ukrainian forces liberate towns from Russia occupation. FOX's John Saucier speaks with FOX's Trey Yingst, in Kyiv, Ukraine, about his visit to a newly liberated town near the city of Kharkiv and the horror stories he saw there.   Click Here To Follow 'The FOX News Rundown: Evening Edition' https://listen.foxaud.io/rundown?sid=fnr.podeve  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

That Early Childhood Nerd
NERD_0254 Liberated By Play

That Early Childhood Nerd

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2022 44:58 Very Popular


In this episode, Lizz Nolasco, Rixa Evershed and Heather unpack this quote from Denisha Jones: "Joy, engagement and reflection are the keys to liberation for both children and teachers. Through the freedom to take risks knowing they are loved, the children are liberated from deficit orientations, and adult imposed limitations on what play should look like. While liberated, they exhibit a type of confidence that only develops through freedom and love." 

From Washington – FOX News Radio
Evening Edition: FOX Visits Newly Liberated Town In Ukraine

From Washington – FOX News Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2022 11:44


Ukrainians facing more missile and drone attacks on civilian infrastructure for the third day straight. Meanwhile, more and more atrocities are uncovered as Ukrainian forces liberate towns from Russia occupation. FOX's John Saucier speaks with FOX's Trey Yingst, in Kyiv, Ukraine, about his visit to a newly liberated town near the city of Kharkiv and the horror stories he saw there.   Click Here To Follow 'The FOX News Rundown: Evening Edition' https://listen.foxaud.io/rundown?sid=fnr.podeve  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Shed the Shame with Jenny Whitens
Healing Your Inner Child in Order to Heal Your Inner Adult

Shed the Shame with Jenny Whitens

Play Episode Play 28 sec Highlight Listen Later Oct 11, 2022 32:42


Our inner child can reveal to us many things that we might never had thought about as adults. They show us the joys we used to revel in before we sleep walked into adulthood, but they also show us where and why we used to hide. Reconnecting with these ideas and places may reveal to us why our habits (physical and emotional/mental) are  what they are, as well as how to heal certain parts that might be causing us unhealthy cycles in our current lives. Want a complimentary FREE 30 MINUTE COACHING SESSION with Jenny?Leave a 5-star iTunes review for Shed the Shame, screenshot it and send it to jwhitens@gmail.com to schedule your FREE session! Find me on Social Media: Facebook - Jenny Whitens Instagram - @jenwhitens // @shedtheshamepodcastTwitter - @jenwhitens Interested in what services Jenny has to offer?Message Jenny on Instagram or Facebook for more info or schedule a complimentary discovery call HERE. Liberation Alchemy is here! ✨♥️✨If you're looking to accelerate your healing so you can become free from your self-induced prison of shame, guilt, and self-sabotaging patterns, then this 1:1 intensive program is for you!This container includes 12 weeks of private work with Jenny as she mentors you through the same processes she used to change her life over six years. Fast-forward your life and transform your mindset with Jenny's signature process for self-forgiveness and freedom so you can finally unhinge yourself from self-blame and breathe belief back into your life. Level up and manifest your desires and worthiness in love, work, relationships, money, personal goals, and more!This program is your key to unlocking the door from your self-purgatory so you can finally become LIBERATED!DM Jenny for more info on LA!

Expat Happy Hour with Sundae Bean
290: A Liberated Education with Dr. Crystal Menzies

Expat Happy Hour with Sundae Bean

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2022 38:15


Sundae returns with fresh energy after a whirlwind summer of moving her family from South Africa to Switzerland. She explains how, similar to computers, humans have operating systems that need occasional upgrading to function optimally. Sundae explores the four steps involved and discusses how to prepare for (and troubleshoot!) common post-transformation “glitches.” The post 290: A Liberated Education with Dr. Crystal Menzies appeared first on Sundae Schneider-Bean, LLC..

UnscRxipted
BONUS: How We Autumn - Letting Go and Feeling Liberated + Production Announcement

UnscRxipted

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2022 12:44


This is some insider info. on how Autumn can be a major source of liberation in our daily lives! Plus, here's an update on our fall production schedule. Rachel's surgery is around the corner, and this means a modified podcasting schedule. Tune in for more! Connect: Send an email and tell us your wins: hello@rachelbrumberger.com DM's on IG are a wonderful way for us to become better friends: @reallyrachelb Check us out on the web: rachelbrumberger.com Work with Rachel in the future to transform your health and well-being: Join the waiting list! And, grab your FREE comprehensive toolkit! If you download this, you also get to become part of our newsletter community, where we drop special insider content.

Rebirth: Stories of women who change lives by living their own.

This episode takes a turn of relatability to every human: "The best work we do comes out of our pain." We are with Cindy Landham, of www.thelineratedeater.com who shares with us how she freed herself from the prison of food addiction.  Cindy touches on: - The Inner Critic (as it relates to food) - The Surrender and Relief that came, from an apparent defeat which was actually The Rise. - The promises Cindy made to herself: 1. She would walk everyday 2. She would eat whatever she whatever she wanted (listen around minute ten and eleven to understand what that really meant in her life) Cindy began researching to understand the freedom she had found, and eventually The Liberated Eater was born. This episode is about food, and yet, it is really about the power of being human. "If we get out of the pit, I wanna help you get outta the pit." - Cindy Touchstone on her communtiy: "We will weep with regret, but where we always get to is :We are taking back lost time." [Minute 18] You can find Cindy at https://www.theliberatedeater.com You can get her book here https://www.theliberatedeater.com/book/the-liberated-eater-paperback-signed-by-author-cindy-landham You can look into her community here https://www.theliberatedeaterschool.com/liberated-eater-workshop One of my favorite quotes of this episode from Cindy: "I'm not alone, everyone's crazy." "If we get out of the pit, I wanna help you get outta the pit." - Cindy Stay connected: Kate www.katebrenton.com Read Rebirth https://www.amazon.com/Rebirth-Real-Life-Stories-About-Happens-ebook/dp/B0B3V3JQT7 Take The Everyday Meditation Method https://www.katebrenton.com/shop/everydaymeditationmethod --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/kate-brenton/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/kate-brenton/support

Canyon Ridge Baptist Church
Liberated from the Law - Part 2

Canyon Ridge Baptist Church

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2022 49:00


It's one of the deepest, richest, most powerful books of the Bible- Romans. Join Pastor Chris Chadwick on this exciting journey into Paul's letter to the church at Rome.

Canyon Ridge Baptist Church
Liberated from the Law - Part 1

Canyon Ridge Baptist Church

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2022 63:00


It's one of the deepest, richest, most powerful books of the Bible- Romans. Join Pastor Chris Chadwick on this exciting journey into Paul's letter to the church at Rome.

The Faster Than Normal Podcast: ADD | ADHD | Health
Rated X: How Porn Liberated Me from Hollywood w/ Author Maitland Ward!

The Faster Than Normal Podcast: ADD | ADHD | Health

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2022 23:01


Hey guys. Peter Shankman the host of Faster Than Normal here. I wanna invite you to something! I am hosting a Mastermind with 12 amazing speakers who are gonna be talking about everything from ADHD to mental health, from entrepreneurship, to just living your life better. It's gonna be on November 10th, It's gonna be virtual from anywhere in the world. Incredible, incredible speakers. The leading fitness trainer in Canada for all things. Me! A whole bunch of speakers- Scott Carney, who wrote the book which is to all about how he goes and takes ice showers every day. It's gonna be 12 amazing speakers, the CBS Early Shows' Jennifer Hartstein, really, really great people. And I'd like you to join us. Check out the link below in the show notes at ShankMinds 2022 and we will see you there. And a matter of fact, look for the discount code in the show notes as well, that'll take a hundred bucks off the cost. We'll see you soon! https://shankman.lpages.co/shankminds-virtual-2022/  DISCOUNT CODE:  SMFriends22 -- Southern California-born and bred Maitland Ward has quickly become one of the biggest stars in adult entertainment, after an-already successful career as an American model, actress and cosplay personality. After finding fame in the ‘90s on CBS soap The Bold and the Beautiful and smash ABC sitcom Boy Meets World, as well as a plum role in 2004's cult classic White Chicks, Ward decided to shake things up with racy social media content, sexy cosplay and appearing at fan conventions before making the leap into the adult film industry in 2019. The statuesque (5'10”) all-natural redhead is unique in that not only is she beautiful and built for the adult biz, Ward's talent as an actress means she can also carry dramatic and comedic scenes with ease. Her playful energy, professionalism and open sexuality earned her an exclusive performance contract with Vixen Media Group and the famous face of the brand's blockbuster studio, Deeper. In 2020, Ward won three AVN Awards for Best Supporting Actress, Best Three-Way Sex Scene-G/G/B for her work in Deeper feature Drive and Favorite Camming Cosplayer. She also won three XBIZ Awards for Crossover Star of the Year, Best Actress-Feature Movie and Best Sex Scene-Feature Movie, also for Drive.  In 2021 she scored two AVN Awards as well: Best Leading Actress for Deeper's Muse, as well as Best Boy/Girl Sex Scene for Higher Power, plus two XBIZ Awards for Best Acting-Lead and Best Sex Scene-Feature for Muse, and in 2022 she took home two XBIZ trophies for Best Acting-Lead for Muse 2 and Performer of the Year.  Ward's recent mainstream endeavors include starring and co-producing a TV series, The Big Time, taking on a lead role in psychological thriller Just for You and releasing an eye-popping no-holds-barred memoir about her wild life in the entertainment biz, Rated X: How Porn Liberated Me from Hollywood.    ——    In this episode Peter and Maitland discuss:     00:40 - Thank you so much for listening and for subscribing! 01:00 - Intro and welcome Maitland Ward!  IMDB bio 01:38 - So you're here in NYC promoting Rated X; let's talk about that! 02:00 - Despite all of your success at such a young age, you were not happy. Why? 04:00 - A lot of positive things have happened in the culture of Hollywood and beyond 04:45 - On hiding who you are, and why. A note on fear. 05:25 - When did you first realize, then decide you needed a change? 06:15 - About getting married an moving to NYC 06:50 - On figuring out that you're different 07:18 - Peter on how he explained to his father how he was quitting his day job 08:08 - When did you decide to make the switch from ‘mainstream to ‘adult' film? How did your peers react? 09:15 - About double standards 09:45 - Peter on breaking stereotypes for New Frontier Media at The Wall Street Journal 10:55 - How did it go when you started dipping your feet more into rated R, rated X Art? 12:28 - On building a fanbase in real time 14:00 - About her first full length feature and how that evolved  15:00 - How do you deal with the haters, how do you not focus on the bad reviews, trolls, etc? 15:55 - A tip about fan mail of any sort 16:55 - What's next for you? 17:35 - My how things have changed in twenty years, or even thirty! 18:52 - What do you do to get out of your head, to clear and re-center? 19:54 - Do you have any rituals or habits that must happen every day or else? 20:21 - How can people find more about you? Web: https://onlyfans.com/maitlandward Socials:  @MaitlandWard on Twitter  INSTA  FB  and @Maitlandtoks on TikTok Shout out to Brian at BSG Public Relations! @bsgpr on Twitter 20:57 - Guys, as always thanks so much for subscribing! Do you have a cool friend with a great story? We'd love to hear. I'm www.petershankman.com and you can reach out anytime via email at peter@shankman.com or @petershankman on all of the socials. You can also find us at @FasterNormal on all of the socials. It really helps when you drop us a review on iTunes and of course, subscribe to the podcast if you haven't already! As you know, the more reviews we get, the more people we can reach. Help us to show the world that ADHD is a gift, not a curse!  21:21 - Faster Than Normal Podcast info & credits  — TRANSCRIPT via Descript and then corrected.. somewhat:  [00:00:41] Peter: So Maitland, thank you for taking the time. I know you're on a busy schedule with your book tour in New York here. [00:00:46] Maitland: Yes. Thank you so much for having me. [00:00:47] Peter: How is New York, uh, treating you so far?  [00:00:49] Maitland: It's, it's been great. It's been a whirlwind, like, meeting with everybody and like, you know, just doing all of the, the. publicity, I guess you would say. It's, it's kind of like a machine. So I, I'm really having good time, but it's been very busy. I hope to have a little more like downtime to, to little freedom to go explore. More freedom. [00:01:03] Peter: Yeah. We're, we're a good city. We're coming back. You know, Covid was a bit here, but I did not, I could have least how many people are here now.  [00:01:11] Maitland: Yeah. It's definitely came back. Cause I had come, uh, to film something like a, I guess it was a little over a year ago, and, It was pretty bad. Yeah. Things were shut down.  [00:01:20] Peter: Still in, I'm at the point my daughter's, my daughter's class, like half the kids and their parents like went to their second and third homes and all that. Right now they're all back. I'm like, I'm like you. I kind of feel like you should pay an extra 50% tax on everything because you went down, left your most right. You left us right. But yeah, we're coming back. It's nice to see the city getting, getting back into form. We're, we're a good place. Um, so you're, you're here promoting burning rated X. Yes. Let's, so let's talk about that. So you have. The majority of people in Delta Entertainment, you have backstory, you have a history. You came, um, in mainstream media, right? Yes. You started Boy Me World. Yes. And, and of course White. It's one of my favorites because my friend Marlon's in it. That's so cool. And, and you know, you, but you weren't happy.  [00:01:59] Maitland: Yeah, it was an interesting thing because I started acting very young, uh, like 16 years old. I was on a soap opera and, uh, it was, it was a whirlwind experience at the time, but I really felt like I had to be a certain way all the time in Hollywood. Like I had to be a good girl. I had to, you know, be straighten narrow, like really, you know, be nice. That was a big thing. Be nice, and it, I think that was a dangerous thing for a Woman to be taught, like make them like you be nice. So, um, so I was, but I felt like I was always denying certain parts of myself to. You know, accommodate other people and, and Hollywood, you know, I got very lucky early on that I got a lot of jobs and, and high profile jobs. Uh, especially like when I got Boy Meets World and I was, I really wanted to like please everybody at Disney and the producers and everything. And I, um, but it was weird because on the show I was this sort of, not a sex object, but she was very, The U undertones were sexual, I guess. Right. And she was always the one dancing around in lingerie.   [00:03:08] Peter: And like you spoke about that, teasing the boys,you mentioned that in the, both the concept and your articles, the concept that, you know, Yeah. Here's Disney. Right. You know, pure, pure bread, Disney. Yeah. Um, the, the, the likes of which we all all know who comes from Disney. Everyone. Everyone. Wonderful and happy. And then, Yet they were putting you in situations that today, I think if we looked at them under the eye of 2022, right. We  [00:03:24] Maitland: question. Oh, absolutely. Like, like I say in the book, how I had to go up to the producer's office to try on lingerie for my lingerie scenes. So, and like not just once. I mean, there was 20 people in there, whatever, a big group. Mostly men. Uh, pretty much all men except for maybe one or, um, and then I would have to try on all of it and like, and I thought that this was my job to do this, and I never, at the time, I didn't even 0cConceptualize that it was a weird thing or it was ski or it was anything wrong with it. But then today you look at that, if that happened today and it went on the internet or anything, people would be fired for it Yeah.  [00:04:00] Peter: . Yeah. And I think that, you know, in a lot of ways, everyone, everyone complains about cancel culture and complains that, that were too high strung. But a lot of things, positive changes have, have resulted from not only people like you speaking out, but you know, all the way back to the Weinstein and, and things like that. Yeah. But at, at the time that you were doing it again, you were under. Let's just be a good girl. Let's just do the nice thing. Yeah. I didn't wanna, like, was it, was there a fear there that if you, if you acted the way you wanted to or if you acted the way you were, the way you thought you were supposed to, you'd be gone?  [00:04:29] Maitland: Yes, definitely. Oh yeah, always. I had very much anxiety about that kind of stuff, like very much anxiety that I wouldn't do the right thing, I wouldn't be the right way, or I wasn't good enough for the situation and I.  You know imposter syndrome. Yeah. May, Yeah, maybe. Yeah. . Yeah, I guess. But it was like, yeah, cuz I had to like kind of be this persona that I can't see all the time. I was not who I was like there, but in certain parts of myself, especially my sexuality and everything. And I had to hide like, Things that, you know, how I wanted to be exact cause I thought it was wrong or bad, or, you know, weird or, or they would judge me and come down on me. [00:05:07] Peter: Fear is a great motivator. Not necessarily in a good way, but fear is a, you know, I don't wanna lose my job, I'm gonna conform despite what it's doing to your mental health. Yeah. Right, right. So as you moved on and as you had different roles and, and at, at some. Was there a, I guess was there a moment where you just said, F this?  [00:05:28] Maitland: I mean, was it, was it, did it come all at once or how did it, And it's  interesting. Back at the time, I didn't think that it was having an effect on me in my mental health. Like I didn't conceptualize that. I thought it was just like there's something wrong with me that I. Wasn't doing things the right way, but, and looking back, writing the book, I really saw that in certain situations. Yeah. Um, so yeah, it was a long time, a long journey like finding myself, and it's interesting because of all, you know, pitfalls and disappointments that I had after I had a lot of success, like after white chicks and all that, when I was really typecast and things dried up and Hollywood would, they still wanted to keep me in the box that they had put me as a, like this good girl character, this, but they didn't wanna cast me cuz I was already a typecast character. Right. So, but they still wanted me there for like, whenever they needed a certain purpose for me, like a little episodic work or something like that. Um, so that became frustrating. So then I, I actually, that's when I moved to New York for a while. I got married and moved to New York. Okay. And it was kind of like a, it was a breath of fresh air to kind of get away from the Hollywood machine. I've heard that. Yeah. Because it was like, cuz when you're there you're just so caught up. Like, Oh, what, Who's going to this party? Right? What's this audition? Did you get that one? Like, did you book this one? And, uh, so, so getting away, I really like started to really discover myself and I started writing a lot and erotic writing. And I started really discovering my sexuality and stuff of, I guess not discovering it all the way Admitting it Okay. Is more of a thing because I think I knew all along that I, I, I just thought I was different and I thought I, like I say, I, I was a bad girl maybe inside , but, but I realized, you know, I'm not bad. It's kind of funny. My husband helped me realize that really. and he was very encouraging of me to explore this path that I really wanted to explore.  [00:07:17] Peter: I imagine so. I mean, I remember, and I, I guess I can't really equate much to it, but I've always imagined the, the day that I told my parents, I, I, I had one job in my life. I worked for, for America Online back in the nineties when, when a was the internet, right? Yeah. And I came back to New York and realized, They let us work anyway we wanted, which is why I did so well. My ADHD flourished cuz I was able to do, Oh, you wanna work at two in the morning? Great. As long as you get it done. Yeah. Yeah. Then I come back to New York and start working for a magazine and, and we have 8:00 AM meetings and 9:30 AM meetings and 10:00 AM editorial boards. And I'm like, What? This is Russia? And it, I, I quit within two. Yeah. And I remember telling my Dad, um, I'm gonna start my own PR firm and if it fails, and I actually said when it fails, when it fails, oh I'll get another. Cause I was so, who the hell am I to do anything, you know, entrepreneurial. And that was like 24 years ago. And I remember that was the scariest conversation I ever had have because I said, You know, I might need you to help pay my rent for a month or I might need what I didn't thank God, but you know, I got lucky and, and things were in. But tell us about the mindset when you decided you're gonna make this switch. You're gonna go from mainstream to adult, which to be, let's be fair, adult is kind of at this point, 2022, putting mainstream. Anyway, [00:08:20] Maitland: that's why it's so weird to say both things and I know we have to differentiate kind of, but, But it is weird that we have to differentiate.    [00:08:25] Peter: Right? So tell me about, Because you, you wrote a really interesting piece that I really enjoyed about your interaction with Elizabeth Berkeley. Oh, yes, I was Right. So tell us about that. [00:08:33] Maitland:  First, It was a very quick interaction. Yeah, but it was an interesting one. I, it was right after like the news broke that I was, Doing this big porn film and stuff. And I was in the industry and everything and I was, you know, walking out of the Whole Foods. And I saw her off to the side and she looks at me like, you know, our white eyes and they got wider. And I was like, and she had, I, I don't know, I think it was her husband at the time. I don't know if there's still, I don't know the situation. It was a man with her. Right. Um, and she, she just looks at and she turns to him and like whispers something like this and he looks, and it was such a weird like, situation to have them be like, Look at me like some sort of a, you know, beast down in the wild. [00:09:11] Peter: I'm sorry. And let's just, let's just be clear, this is Nomi Malone looking at you , right? This is the girl who, who went from Saved by the Bell, then Showgirls. So I'm, I'm not sure what she's actually looking at, where she comes off looking at you, everybody. So that really kinda pissed me off when I read that. The hell is she looking at you? [00:09:25] Maitland:  But it's a weird thing because once you go- when it's deemed adult, Right. It's different, right? Like in Hollywood films like now on like streaming shows and stuff, they go so close to it, of course.   [00:09:39] Peter: But, but they didn't go all the way. In 2003, um, I, I represented a company called New Frontier Media and, uh, New out of Denver, Ca, Boulder, Colorado, and New Frontier was the, this back in for porn was free, right? Yeah. Right. And, and, and they were the largest distributor of adult paperview on cable. Mm-hmm. . And I would go, I had my, I worked for them for four years and I took their stock price from like 99 to $10 because I forced my way into the Wall Street Journal and Forbes and Fortune. Mm-hmm. explaining, you know, I have a company who I'm repping, who is kicking the ass, their biggest competitor with Playboy. Yeah. By a factor of 10 x. Like, Oh, we great. They're adult. Oh, we can't touch that. I'm like, Why the hell not, not? It's so explaining when, and I got through and, and I remember getting New Frontier Media on the cover of Forbes was like, like the highlight. If that's my epi half right now. Yeah. The first porn company on Forbes. But, you know, but it was, it was the concept of, look, you, you, you're, it's one of those things that you're. Um, secretly. Yeah. Right. You're not gonna admit to it, but meanwhile, look at how much money is being driven. Yes. You know, let's, let's, let's look at something like Euphoria. Um, great show, but not really about the acting per se. Yeah. You know, there's, there's things we're looking at on that show that we know exactly what we're looking. Go onto Reddit. You're not gonna find, uh, uh, um, uh, reviews of the acting. You're gonna find one thing on your, you know, about your for. And so, so that being said though, it's a lot easier to say that then is to sort of tell us about, like, tell us about the day or whatever. [00:10:56] Maitland: It was, the moment where, All right, I'm doing this and, and  here we go. You know what, it wasn't like one certain moment. I mean it uh, it was cuz I started like exploring stuff on my social media sexy pictures and stuff. And this was along the time, by the time Girl Meet's World has spin enough appointments coming around, right? So there was a lot of attention and social media was really starting to really boom, like Instagram, especially in like Snapchat. And uh, so I started getting followers for like doing my sexy cosplay that I loved doing and doing bikini shots and all that stuff. Uh, but then I'd eventually. They started like taking down photos. Right. Actually, cuz a lot of people would complain for no reason to like these like fundamentalist types that watch, of course that are obsessed with like boy meets world being wholesome and wholesome and good and stuff. And uh, actually a lot of porn girls though suffer from people just, [00:11:46] Peter: Oh, of course for that question. [00:11:49] Maitland: Just taking their, I mean, look at the Visa MasterCard scenario. They had match  ridiculous. Um, so I kind of, my, my fans were like, Well, why don't you just sell content? And I didn't know what content was really at the time. I mean, I kind of heard of it, so I, but I said, Well, maybe, And I said, I'll start, I'll start a Patreon account, right? It's, you know, they patrons of your art. And I was gonna do like Playboy-esque type photos. I, I started the page and I, I didn't even like, Um, announced it. I just like did it one night and I said, ah, close it. Then the next morning there was like 20 people in there and then so I announced it and by the end of the week there was like 2,800 people. I was like, What? They're gonna buy my nudes, a create content.  [00:12:23] Peter: Holy shit! [00:12:24] Maitland: I know. And it was just like, then it kind of evolved from there. Cause I, I had been exploring like my sexuality and my writing and everything like that, so I was like, Oh, maybe I'll do. Girl, girl stuff then, and let's do this. And my fans responded and it was kinda like they were watch, they really were watching my journey along the way. Yeah. Like in real time. Um, and so then I, then I was like, What? You know, my husband and I had a big moment about when we said we're gonna have me do something with guys. So I, but I was so lucky. I found two guys in the porn industry who've been there so long, they were so professional. And they really like taught me along the way, like how would to do, this was a year and like almost a year and a half period before I got like a call from Vixon to do. Right. The black scene that went crazy viral. I might, might have been of, been , but it, but then I didn't even announce that to the press. It was all kind of just a internet moment.  [00:13:21] Peter: Oh, well by that moment you'd built, you'd built the audience.  [00:13:22] Maitland: Yes, but when I did. That's why everybody thinks I made this announcement. I just was saying I'm going to porn right now when I did the film drive for deeper.com. Mm-hmm. , which is Vic, one of Vic's brands. Um, but it was because I, the black team just blew up that, on that same day, Caden Cross, who, who is amazing performer and director in, in her own right, but she had started the brand deeper, right? Not very long before she had just, they just acquired the brand like four months or launched four months before, but she was doing her first feature. For it and, um, she lost her co-star on. The day my black scene came out. Oh wow. So, but she thought she'd have to quit the movie cuz you know, there's not a lot of people who can handle a lot of dialogue fast. And so, um, she went to Vixen and said, I think we're done with, we're not able to do it this year. And then they said, talk to Maitland. She just blew up and she can act. And then, so that really was, we did that and I decided, you know what, I'm really proud of this. I'm proud of the trailer, I'm proud of the whole thing of the feature, cuz full length features complete, you know, dialogue story. It was, um, so I did announce it to the press. That's went insane. And that's when everybody thought, Oh, she just made the switch all of of a sudden. It's always a backstory. Yeah. It's kind of like when people say, Oh my God, like they have a starring rule in something suddenly and they're like, You just showed up my imdb, but it's  [00:14:44] Peter: 30 years. [00:14:45] Maitland: I know I've been here forever.  [00:14:47] Peter: The everyone's like, You last company, you started this, sold it three years. It was 17 years of crap.  [00:14:51] Maitland: Yeah, no, that's what I mean.  [00:14:53] Peter: There's so much prep involved and so much time. Let me ask you this. One of the things that we touched on, and this is what I think my listeners can really relate to mm-hmm. um, being as out there as you. Right. Whether, whether it's it's on, uh, in Hollywood or, or in adult, there is a, how do you edit that out? How do you deal with the haters? How do you deal with the bad reviews? A lot of, when you're ADHD or ADHD or any sort of neurodiverse, yeah, be imposter syndrome is huge, but also, The premise that, I mean, I'll give a keynote to 10,000 people. Mm-hmm. , right? 9,999 of them will love it. There's one guy who didn't stand up for the standing ovation. That's all that I'm gonna think about for the next two weeks.  [00:15:27] Maitland:  I know. You know, what do you do? I used to be a lot more like that. Um, like I would get very, like, especially when I started doing sexier photos, like on Instagram stuff, I'd get those, like fundamentalist haters and stuff. I got very perked by it. I guess , that's the word. Um, but now I kind of. I don't embrace it. There's always like one or two trolls that just wants to attack you. Right? But I was actually told something early on when I was on the soap opera that the fan mail that we get, and I remembered this, like I really came to play with the trolls. No matter if it's good or bad, you're making an impact. If they didn't care, they wouldn't even be there. So it's, if you're not getting any attention or any feedback from people, that's cuz think about to be a troll, you have to be pretty investing.  [00:16:14] Peter: Exactly.  [00:16:15] Maitland: You watch people getting fired up about something, you're, you're making this connection. [00:16:18] Peter: Sounds like all the people who, who, when Nike came out to support Gay Rights, uh, everyone burned their Nike clothing. Okay. So yeah, just spend the a hundred bucks on sneakers and burn. Okay, cool. Cause you know, it's not like Maggie didn't make any money from that. That's true. That's true. But no, I, I, I've always said, if, if you don't have haters, you're not doing enough to change the status quo. [00:16:33] Maitland: That's, that's exactly good. That's, that's a perfect statement really. [00:16:37] Peter: So you just sort of put it outta your head. You're like, They're there, but  [00:16:40] Maitland: I try to, it means that I'm doing something. I mean, you know what always is kind of like, of course sounds the back. It's, Yeah, I don't like it, but, you know, but I try to, Yeah. Put it out my. And I do have some wonderful fans who will attack them, like nice backers. I don't even do all the work.  [00:16:52] Peter: There you go. Yeah. So  [00:16:54] Maitland: what's. You know what? I don't know. And, you know, well I really would like to sell the book rights and stuff cuz I, I think there's really potential there and we're working on that. And it's funny because ever since I have been in the Adult industry, I've actually had more opportunities, like people in mainstream coming to me and stuff. Like I shot a sitcom pilot last year. I'm like, yeah. So, uh,  [00:17:15] Peter: It's, it's, well, I think it's good timing for you also. I think that those barriers have definitely back from when I was repping in 2003, like it's definitely changed. [00:17:21] Maitland:  It's so changed and I really think it's because people have grown up with it on the internet. Yeah. Not grown up, but you know, when they get in there maybe.  [00:17:28] Peter: So, yeah, I remember. No, I, Believe me, I remember there was a bodega, um, on the corner where, where near, I grew up in the corner, I think it was 91st and Amsterdam with an owner who did not care what you bought or what you looked at, whether it was- that's funny- Beer or nudie mags. And I, you know, like the majority of kids in my, in my grade, like 86 to 90 in high school, 85 or whatever. I think we pretty much all found it through that mess, through that pod.  [00:17:50] Maitland: That's true. Yes. I know. I think kids today, they go online. [00:17:53] Peter: You don't have no idea how hard it was. [00:17:55] Maitland:  They just go online and that's so funny. But seriously, people in their twenties and thirties now, they're like, They're so open to it. And especially women. I am so surprised by the women that come up to me and they're like, This is so cool. I'm so glad you're doing this and making this change. And I, I think they feel like they can talk to me cuz I'm, I'm in, I was in their living rooms. Yeah. And I feel a little like a bridge or something between like, they can ask me questions. And people can feel a little safer talking to me about things they're curious about in the adult industry and stuff. But they all, Everybody watches it ?   [00:18:26] Peter: No. No question about it. But they, Yeah, I could tell you, I mean, I remember when I was wrapping the company had access to all their data and I could tell you what states and what cities and what towns in those states. Yeah. Um, spent the most money. Oh really? Uh, it was, yes. You know, little spoiler. It was always a red state. Yeah. Always. A And it was like the hardest portion of course. And then the hardest core stuff. Another the one- oh, this is terrible! Right. Then they go right home. They spend a hundred bucks. Exactly. Um, that's, So tell us what you do Last, last couple questions to keep this brief. Tell us what you do to get out of your head. So do you exercise? Do you, what is your thing when you, when you're like, Oh my God, I gotta, I'm, I'm, I'm gone. See an hour, see in two hours. See you here. What do you..  [00:19:03] Maitland: I actually trained to be a yoga teacher. Oh wow. I'd never taught, but I did it for myself. And that was actually after I came back from New York and I was really, that helped me discover a lot for myself too, to really like, get like out my head and really like, you know, meditate, I guess, and like do the practice. So I do do that. I really like to do that. I like to play with my dogs and stuff; most, the most innocent fun. I think that they just don't care. They just, they like, no matter what is going on in the world, they're just happy to be with you. And I think that's, Yeah. So I think I do, I like to do that, but um, and I like to, I like to read a lot and I like to, um, you know, I listen to music and watch them try to like, and not distract myself, but like, just to calm and relax. Yeah. Because yeah, sometimes I get stressed out with everything going on and stuff, so I really need to like, Just mellow down. [00:19:53] Peter:  Do you have any rituals or, um, habits that absolutely must happen every single day?  [00:19:59] Maitland: No, I don't think so. Not every single day. I mean, does coffee count ?  [00:20:04] Peter: Yeah, coffee counts.   [00:20:05] Maitland: Okay. Coffee's right up there with exercise. Sure. Why not? Yeah. And like exercise. Yes and no. I don't always get to do that, but I, but I do. But, um, yeah, I think coffee, coffee's my ritual. .  [00:20:17] Peter: I think coffee is a perfect way to end anything. So, So definitely this interview, Maitland Ward. Thank you so much. Um, tell us how people can find you? Web: https://onlyfans.com/maitlandward Socials:  @MaitlandWard on Twitter  INSTA  FB  and @Maitlandtoks on TikTok [00:20:23] Maitland:  Oh, on all of the social media is Maitland Ward, except I do have a TikTok now which I just started,  [00:20:29] Peter: listen, it's, I'm like the only person that, that Asia's not following their, you know, stealing their, oh my gosh, stealing their files. [00:20:34] Maitland: I, I'm so good at it yet, but we're It's MaitlandTok, because somebody had my name,  [00:20:40] Peter: Ah, someone took your name, you. You can probably fight and get that back if you want. [00:20:41] Maitland:  Yeah, I actually am working on that, but Awesome. Um, but yeah, it's funny. So yeah. But everywhere else is my name.    [00:20:52] Peter: Folks, the book is called. “Rated X: How Porn Liberated Me from Hollywood”. This is a wonderful, wonderful interview. Thank you so much, Maitland Ward for taking the time! Guys, as always, thanks for listening. We appreciate you being here. This one went a little longer. Normally we cap at 20 minutes because you know, #ADHD but we went a few minutes longer and I think that's awesome. And wanna give big shout out to Maitland Ward and to, Brian Scott Gross putting us together. Brian runs the amazing PR firm, uh, BSG Public Relations He's pretty awesome. He lives out in California. A really short guy though, but really nice guy, . And anyway, , thrilled that you took the time, and really, really grateful guys. We'll see you again next week. Thank you for listening. Talk to you soon. Credits: You've been listening to the Faster Than Normal podcast. We're available on iTunes, Stitcher and Google play and of course at www.FasterThanNormal.com I'm your host, Peter Shankman and you can find me at shankman.com and @petershankman on all of the socials. If you like what you've heard, why not head over to your favorite podcast platform of choice and leave us a review, come more people who leave positive reviews, the more the podcast has shown, and the more people we can help understand that ADHD is a gift, not a curse. Opening and closing themes were composed and produced by Steven Byrom who also produces this podcast, and the opening introduction was recorded by Bernie Wagenblast. Thank you so much for listening. We'll see you next week!

Zen Stoic Path Show
Liberated Life Interview: Jessie Torres

Zen Stoic Path Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2022 60:49


https://unshakeablelife.com/Jessie Torres is a certified Master Peak Performance Coach and Life strategist, with additional masters certifications in Meditation, HeartMath Trainer, Reiki Practitioner and Domestic Violence Counselor. She has coached thousands of high performance people from all walks of life and various parts of the world that have achieved success and the highest level of fulfillment. Jessie is Founder of Fierce Grace Transformation, a course and coaching program that helps high performing entrepreneurs and Leaders, achieve passion, purpose and impact while, growing their businesses and maximizing their results in all areas of their world so that they can make not only their life extraordinary, but they also have a passion and conviction to love it forward and create impact in the world. She is driven to discover the truth of the client's deepest potential and unlock the limitless opportunities that leave others in the dark ages! Bringing all levels of mindset, energy and strategy with an authentic, client driven approach. Jessie's journey was one filled with child abuse, the loss of a brother to murder, and a marriage that left her (as she describes) completely apathetic, emotionless, and spiritually dead. This left her living a life filled with fear, limitation and the darkness of shame every single day. She turned her suffering and pain into purpose and passion, and now she helps men and women all over the world transform their narrative from "victim" to "victor", and find the courage to take the small steps they need and peel back the layers of fear, to realize their full potential, and live the big life of their dreams. With this as her driving force, She now lives a committed life of passion and purpose. She will do all she can to create the biggest impact in turning trauma to triumph and shifting humanity forever.  https://unshakeablelife.com/

Reset with Raven
A Focused Woman: Beautiful, Educated, & Dedicated

Reset with Raven

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2022 35:02


Today's Woman: Beautiful Since the Beginning with Guest Shalamar Parrish | Season 2 Episode 33 Author and clothing designer, Shalamar Parrish is an Army Veteran who devotes her life to advocating for foster children and victims of sex trafficking. She grew up in a challenging environment in Ohio that led to her resiliency towards being a changemaker to transform lives. Due to her life experiences, Shalamar has devoted her outreach to assist others in child welfare and those affected by humans trafficking. She is an advocate for the U.S. Institute Against Human Trafficking for Men, Woman, and Children. She created her writing brand known as "Leading Lady", loosely based on her life. Her clothing brand is known as 2Dayz Woman and is an online apparel boutique. Shalamar uses the proceeds from her author and clothing brands to support her outreach efforts in the community at large. "I could have given up on life because several people gave up on me." - Shalamar ParrishTune in to hear how Shalamar's focus on the the "bigger picture" in her life is making pathways for her to create a thriving, global brand as "2Dayz Woman" and a "Leading Lady". 2Dayz Woman is Beautiful, Educated, Motivated, Dedicated, Opinionated, and Liberated.Connect with Shalamar Parrish:@2dayz_woman_llcConnect with your host Raven M. Harris, (@ravenmharris)  on Instagram AND email resetwithraven@gmail.com to let Raven know what Reset topic you'd like to hear discussed next. 

SOBER SEX
Courtney - Liberated Adventure Queen

SOBER SEX

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 3, 2022 78:54


With us today is Courtney Wittich, formerly of C.Wittich media, now of being a liberated queen of vision, creativity, adventures and generally a good life. Courtney is a dream guest because we talk about her often (as a beacon of delight and general ray of sunshine) and we are ecstatic to introduce one of our very favorite people to the Sober Sex audience. On this episode we discuss life changing magic of 'The Artist's Way', butt rashes, miraculous romance and how to have a good attitude in even the most trying circumstance. TW: there is brief mention of sexual assault, if you're not feeling up to hearing about that today, perhaps skip this episode.

Experiencing Real Life
Episode 141 – Talkin’ w/ Pastor Gene Izaguirre

Experiencing Real Life

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2022 43:51


Hello there, my friends. In today's episode, I talk with an amazing man of God with tremendous faith, brother Gene Izaguirre. Would you like to donate to Troy Brewer Ministries to free girls and boys from sex trafficking? You can do that by texting "LIBERATED" to 77977

PBS NewsHour - Segments
UN investigator outlines evidence of Russian war crimes in liberated areas of Ukraine

PBS NewsHour - Segments

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2022 5:17


The Russian-installed leaders of occupied regions of Ukraine formerly announced the results of so-called referendums and said they wanted to join Russia. Erik Mose, the official in charge of the U.N. Independent International Commission of Inquiry on Ukraine, joined Nick Schifrin to discuss crimes Russian forces committed in occupied territories. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newshour/about/funders

Experiencing Real Life
Episode 140 – The Jewish Year 5783

Experiencing Real Life

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022 24:31


Hello there, my friend. In today's podcast, I join Sid Roth and talk about the prophetic meaning of the numbers in the Jewish year 5783. I also talk about the differences on how God communicates with us through the sun, the moon, and the stars. Would you like to donate to Troy Brewer Ministries to free girls and boys from sex trafficking? You can do that by texting "LIBERATED" to 77977

PBS NewsHour - Segments
People in liberated Ukrainian town recount harrowing stories of Russian occupation

PBS NewsHour - Segments

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 4:04


Ukrainian troops are working to consolidate gains in the country's east. With Russian soldiers gone, newly liberated Kharkiv residents are coming to terms with what they endured. Nick Schifrin visited a small town north of Kharkiv which is now in ruins after six months of Russian occupation. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newshour/about/funders

Newshour
Ukraine Deputy PM accuses Russia of mass killings in liberated areas

Newshour

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 46:29


Ukraine's deputy prime minister Irina Vereschuk tells Newshour she has received evidence Russia has tortured and killed many people in the newly liberated areas in the Kharkiv region. Also on the programme: a fragile ceasefire appears to be holding between Armenia and Azerbaijan. We talk to Yerevan's ambassador to the UK; and there's outrage in India after two sisters are raped and murdered. Women's rights groups say the attitudes of many young men have to change. (Photo: Women stand near a residential building destroyed by a military strike in the town of Izyum. CREDIT: REUTERS/Vyacheslav Madiyevskyy)