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Cwic Media
Is The Salvation Army Going Woke?

Cwic Media

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2021 27:29


The Salvation Army recently presented a document to their organization's employees and volunteers on racism, encouraging their organization to read Ibram Kendi and Robin DiAngelo. It implied tenets of Critical Race Theory and Critical Social Justice. A backlash forced them to remove it. But the organization is just another example of Christianity sliding toward a Social Justice Gospel and Liberation Theology.   Website - https://www.cwicmedia.com

Skylight Books Author Reading Series
SKYLIT: Robin J. Hayes, ”LOVE FOR LIBERATION”

Skylight Books Author Reading Series

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2021 68:48


During the height of the Cold War, passionate idealists across the US and Africa came together to fight for Black self-determination and the antiracist remaking of society. Beginning with the 1957 Ghanaian independence celebration, the optimism and challenges of African independence leaders were publicized to African Americans through community-based newspapers and Historically Black Colleges and Universities. Inspired by African independence--and frustrated with the slow pace of civil rights reforms in the US--a new generation of Black Power activists embarked on nonviolent direct action campaigns and built alternative institutions designed as spaces of freedom from racial subjugation. In Love for Liberation, Robin Hayes reveals how Black Power and African independence activists created a diaspora underground, characterized by collaboration and reciprocal empowerment. Together, they redefined racial discrimination as an international human rights issue requiring education, sustained collective action, and global solidarity--laying the groundwork for future transnational racial justice movements, such as Black Lives Matter. _______________________________________________   Produced by Maddie Gobbo, Lance Morgan, Natalie Freeman, & Michael Kowaleski. Theme: "I Love All My Friends," an unreleased demo by Fragile Gang. Visit https://www.skylightbooks.com/event for future offerings from the Skylight Books Events team.

The East is a Podcast
"An era of right and justice": the Vietnamese liberation struggle w/ Luna oi!

The East is a Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2021 75:57


Luna oi! is a Vietnamese YouTuber based in Hanoi.  Check out her essay on life under US embargo Subscribe to her channel ttps://www.youtube.com/lunaoi Please consider supporting the show patreon.com/east_podcast    

Cascade Church Portland
Liberation or Oppression?::Armor of God

Cascade Church Portland

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2021 27:29


Kurt Kroon talks about how our interpretation of Ephesians 6:10-17 is impacted by living in the world's largest military country and how that compares to the military factors in Paul's day. 

Living Open | Modern Magick and Spirituality for Mystics and Seekers
Ep. #242: Accessing States of Liberation, Imagination and Possibility Through the Body with Marika Heinrichs

Living Open | Modern Magick and Spirituality for Mystics and Seekers

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2021 56:23


Marika Heinrichs (she/her) is a cis queer femme of (Soviet) German, British, and Irish ancestry who believes that reconnecting with the wisdom of our bodies is vital to ending systems of domination and supremacy. She has practiced as a somatic therapist and educator within social movement spaces for over a decade, trained in the lineages of generative somatics (gs), Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapy (BCST), Focusing, and NeuroAffective Touch and is currently a PhD candidate at the California Institute of Integral Studies.  In this episode, Eryn and Marika talk about: Marika's journey with healing & somatics coming from a community organizing background Trauma, justice and somatics as inherently in relationship Accessing states of liberation, imagination and possibility through the body What happens when we drop into connection and spaciousness Trauma responses to systems of oppression and domination Finding spaces where there is the opportunity to access some safety so we can soften and connect Safety as shades of gray and not as a binary and the absence of discomfort Respecting and honoring the ways bodies and nervous systems are designed Christian supremacy culture infusing and shaping radical spaces and organizing communities A practice of being in deep reverence and relationship with lineage Somatics as inherently politicized and radical Appropriating our own lineages Holding grief when it's pathologized and we're disconnected from our cultural practices and ritual around grief Doing what we don't know how to do Blog for this episode: www.living-open.com/blog/marika-heinrichs  Connect with Eryn on Instagram. Get a copy of the Religious Trauma Workbook. Connect with Marika on her website and on Instagram. Mentioned in this episode:  A Language Older than Words by Derrick Jensen Generative Somatics Paul Kivel Lisa Fazio @therootcircle  Mary Oliver grief poetry Michael J. Morris

Backlisted
The Godwits Fly by Robin Hyde

Backlisted

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2021 74:56


Our guest is author Paula Morris, who joins us from Auckland to discuss the novel The Godwits Fly (1938) and the life of its author Iris Wilkinson AKA Robin Hyde. In recent years, Iris Wilkinson's writing has been rediscovered and restored to the canon of New Zealand literature, where it occupies a place alongside Katherine Mansfield's; The Godwits Fly is her highly autobiographical novel spanning the years 1910-28. Also this week, John has been captivated by Neurotribes, Steve Silberman's fascinating study of neurodiversity, while Andy revels in the forensic detail of Glenn Frankel's new book Shooting Midnight Cowboy: Art, Sex, Loneliness, Liberation, and the Making of a Dark Classic. For more information visit backlisted.fm. Please support us and unlock bonus material at https://www.patreon.com/backlisted. This episode wouldn't have happened without Rachael King or WORD Christchurch Festival: https://wordchristchurch.co.nz. Thanks Rachael!

The Final Straw Radio
Grief, Storytelling and Ritual in Liberation Struggle with adrienne maree brown

The Final Straw Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2021 74:53


Today we're excited to share a conversation with adrienne maree brown, the writer of such books as Holding Change, We Will Not Cancel Us, Pleasure Activism and Emergent Strategy. adrienne's recent novella, Grievers, the first of a trilogy, was published by AK Press' new Black Dawn imprint of speculative fiction. In this conversation, we dig into the book which is set in Detroit where a new illness that seems to only effect Black people (spoiler alert). We talk also about the role of speculative fiction in liberation movements, spirituality, ritual and grief in our organizing and holding space for inter-generational struggle. Expect a transcript in a little over a week, soon followed by a printable zine of that transcript at our website at https://TFSR.WTF/Zines. You can support us by sharing our content in real life and on social media, more info at https://TFSR.WTF/Social! Check out Scott's prior conversation with adrienne on We Will Not Cancel Us. Zine Catalog You can find a catalog of our transcriptions to this point (Oct 2021), thanks to a zinester comrade. This could be good if you run a distro to prisoners and want to see if any zines sound interesting to them: Catalog PDF (unimposed) Catalog Zine (Imposed PDF) . ... . .. Featured Track: Locusts (feat. Finale) by Invincible from Shapeshifters

New Books in History
Robin J. Hayes, "Love for Liberation: African Independence, Black Power, and a Diaspora Underground" (U Washington Press, 2021)

New Books in History

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2021 70:47


During the height of the Cold War, passionate idealists across the US and Africa came together to fight for Black self-determination and the antiracist remaking of society. Beginning with the 1957 Ghanaian independence celebration, the optimism and challenges of African independence leaders were publicized to African Americans through community-based newspapers and Historically Black Colleges and Universities. Inspired by African independence--and frustrated with the slow pace of civil rights reforms in the US--a new generation of Black Power activists embarked on nonviolent direct action campaigns and built alternative institutions designed as spaces of freedom from racial subjugation. In Love for Liberation: African Independence, Black Power, and a Diaspora Underground (U Washington Press, 2021), Robin Hayes reveals how Black Power and African independence activists created a diaspora underground, characterized by collaboration and reciprocal empowerment. Together, they redefined racial discrimination as an international human rights issue requiring education, sustained collective action, and global solidarity--laying the groundwork for future transnational racial justice movements, such as Black Lives Matter. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/history

New Books in American Studies
Robin J. Hayes, "Love for Liberation: African Independence, Black Power, and a Diaspora Underground" (U Washington Press, 2021)

New Books in American Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2021 70:47


During the height of the Cold War, passionate idealists across the US and Africa came together to fight for Black self-determination and the antiracist remaking of society. Beginning with the 1957 Ghanaian independence celebration, the optimism and challenges of African independence leaders were publicized to African Americans through community-based newspapers and Historically Black Colleges and Universities. Inspired by African independence--and frustrated with the slow pace of civil rights reforms in the US--a new generation of Black Power activists embarked on nonviolent direct action campaigns and built alternative institutions designed as spaces of freedom from racial subjugation. In Love for Liberation: African Independence, Black Power, and a Diaspora Underground (U Washington Press, 2021), Robin Hayes reveals how Black Power and African independence activists created a diaspora underground, characterized by collaboration and reciprocal empowerment. Together, they redefined racial discrimination as an international human rights issue requiring education, sustained collective action, and global solidarity--laying the groundwork for future transnational racial justice movements, such as Black Lives Matter. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/american-studies

New Books in World Affairs
Robin J. Hayes, "Love for Liberation: African Independence, Black Power, and a Diaspora Underground" (U Washington Press, 2021)

New Books in World Affairs

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2021 70:47


During the height of the Cold War, passionate idealists across the US and Africa came together to fight for Black self-determination and the antiracist remaking of society. Beginning with the 1957 Ghanaian independence celebration, the optimism and challenges of African independence leaders were publicized to African Americans through community-based newspapers and Historically Black Colleges and Universities. Inspired by African independence--and frustrated with the slow pace of civil rights reforms in the US--a new generation of Black Power activists embarked on nonviolent direct action campaigns and built alternative institutions designed as spaces of freedom from racial subjugation. In Love for Liberation: African Independence, Black Power, and a Diaspora Underground (U Washington Press, 2021), Robin Hayes reveals how Black Power and African independence activists created a diaspora underground, characterized by collaboration and reciprocal empowerment. Together, they redefined racial discrimination as an international human rights issue requiring education, sustained collective action, and global solidarity--laying the groundwork for future transnational racial justice movements, such as Black Lives Matter. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/world-affairs

New Books Network
Robin J. Hayes, "Love for Liberation: African Independence, Black Power, and a Diaspora Underground" (U Washington Press, 2021)

New Books Network

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2021 70:47


During the height of the Cold War, passionate idealists across the US and Africa came together to fight for Black self-determination and the antiracist remaking of society. Beginning with the 1957 Ghanaian independence celebration, the optimism and challenges of African independence leaders were publicized to African Americans through community-based newspapers and Historically Black Colleges and Universities. Inspired by African independence--and frustrated with the slow pace of civil rights reforms in the US--a new generation of Black Power activists embarked on nonviolent direct action campaigns and built alternative institutions designed as spaces of freedom from racial subjugation. In Love for Liberation: African Independence, Black Power, and a Diaspora Underground (U Washington Press, 2021), Robin Hayes reveals how Black Power and African independence activists created a diaspora underground, characterized by collaboration and reciprocal empowerment. Together, they redefined racial discrimination as an international human rights issue requiring education, sustained collective action, and global solidarity--laying the groundwork for future transnational racial justice movements, such as Black Lives Matter. 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 African American Studies
Robin J. Hayes, "Love for Liberation: African Independence, Black Power, and a Diaspora Underground" (U Washington Press, 2021)

New Books in African American Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2021 70:47


During the height of the Cold War, passionate idealists across the US and Africa came together to fight for Black self-determination and the antiracist remaking of society. Beginning with the 1957 Ghanaian independence celebration, the optimism and challenges of African independence leaders were publicized to African Americans through community-based newspapers and Historically Black Colleges and Universities. Inspired by African independence--and frustrated with the slow pace of civil rights reforms in the US--a new generation of Black Power activists embarked on nonviolent direct action campaigns and built alternative institutions designed as spaces of freedom from racial subjugation. In Love for Liberation: African Independence, Black Power, and a Diaspora Underground (U Washington Press, 2021), Robin Hayes reveals how Black Power and African independence activists created a diaspora underground, characterized by collaboration and reciprocal empowerment. Together, they redefined racial discrimination as an international human rights issue requiring education, sustained collective action, and global solidarity--laying the groundwork for future transnational racial justice movements, such as Black Lives Matter. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/african-american-studies

CTZN PODCAST
A Queer Dharma: Jacoby Ballard

CTZN PODCAST

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 58:14


Jacoby Ballard (he/they) is a social justice educator, yoga teacher and author of the new book A Queer Dharma: Yoga and Meditations for Liberation.Jacoby defines Queer dharma as “a practice that interrogates systems of power and seeks liberation for all”. In our conversation, we talk about the intersections of yoga and capitalism and white supremacy and cultural appropriation while also returning to the wisdom of yoga - that the yoga practice as it was intended provides a visionary pathway forward to a liberated life. Jacoby invites us to be in a critical and courageous inquiry around how we resist the straight dharma that we have been fed by dominant culture and embrace the truth of our interdependence and collective wellbeing. This conversation is juicy and essential.Check it out. Connect with Jacoby Ballard Buy A Queer Dharma: Yoga and Meditations for Liberation Visit Jacoby's websiteFollow Jacoby on Instagram at @jacobyballardIf this episode resonates with you, we'd love for you to take a screenshot and tag us on Instagram stories @ctznwell, @kkellyyoga and @jacobyballardJoin CTZNWELL on PatreonFollow CTZNWELL on InstagramSign up for CTZNWELL's weekly email WELLREAD

Cascade Church Portland
Liberation or Oppression?:: The Household Codes

Cascade Church Portland

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 33:45


Harriet Congdon discusses the history and harm created by Ephesians 5:21-6:9, while suggesting various lenses for liberative interpretation. 

Bitch Talk
Anti-Racist Scholar and Educator, Kate Slater

Bitch Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 47:48


Kate Slater is a white, anti-racist scholar and educator in a time where America's racial reckoning and call for justice has been heard across the nation and the world. She leads facilitation's and training's for both students as well as private organizations, and her passion for this work is palpable. We've rarely spoken to someone so fired up, and we jump right into how she got into this field of work, and when she first realized the depths of systemic racism (and her role within it). She discusses the difference between being non-racist and anti-racist, white privilege, individualism versus collectivism, the gaps in the American education system that she's trying to fill, and the fear mongering of critical race theory. But this summary is just the tip of the iceberg, you'll have to listen to find out more about Kate's work, and how she manages to do this while eight and a half months pregnant and with a toddler at home!You can follow Kate Slater on IG & at her website--Thanks for listening and for your support! We couldn't have reached 600 episodes without your help! --Be well, stay safe, Black Lives Matter, AAPI Lives Matter, and thank you for being vaxxed!--SUPPORT US HERE!Subscribe to our channel on YouTube for behind the scenes footage!Rate and review us wherever you listen to podcasts!Visit our website! www.bitchtalkpodcast.comFollow us on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter.Listen every other Thursday 9:30 - 10 am on BFF.FMPOWERED BY GO-TO Productions 

Jacobin Radio
Dig: Visions of Freedom w/ Piero Gleijeses Part 2

Jacobin Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 122:27


The second of Dan's two-part interview with Piero Gleijeses on his book Visions of Freedom: Havana, Washington, Pretoria, and the Struggle for Southern Africa, 1976–1991. This is the story of Cuba's military defense of the Angolan government against a US and South Africa-backed effort to overthrow the People's Movement for the Liberation of Angola (MPLA). The future of the entire region was on the line—including the fate of apartheid in South Africa and of Namibia, then a South African colony.Learn Southern African geography by studying these maps: thedigradio.com/visions-of-freedom-mapsSupport The Dig with money at Patreon.com/TheDig and receive our weekly newsletter. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

The Dig
Visions of Freedom w/ Piero Gleijeses Part 2

The Dig

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 122:27


The second of Dan's two-part interview with Piero Gleijeses on his book Visions of Freedom: Havana, Washington, Pretoria, and the Struggle for Southern Africa, 1976–1991. This is the story of Cuba's military defense of the Angolan government against a US and South Africa-backed effort to overthrow the People's Movement for the Liberation of Angola (MPLA). The future of the entire region was on the line—including the fate of apartheid in South Africa and of Namibia, then a South African colony. Learn Southern African geography by studying these maps: thedigradio.com/visions-of-freedom-maps Support The Dig with money at Patreon.com/TheDig and receive our weekly newsletter.

The Light Ahead
Liberation

The Light Ahead

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 27:28


Journey into the not-too-distant future in which members of the Oglala Lakota Nation are celebrating a liberated new economy for their Nation that brings back cherished elements of their economic past. Reimagining the education of Lakota youth is a key part of this future. In this episode, we listen in on a national press conference at the opening day of a new Lakota school, at the foot of a mountain once called Mt. Rushmore. And we hear from a member of the Lakota organization Thunder Valley Community Development Corporation what her everyday life would feel like in this liberated economic future.

Speaking Freely With the ACLU-PA
The Fight for Abortion Liberation in PA

Speaking Freely With the ACLU-PA

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 41:07


The fight around abortion access has once again made it to the U.S. Supreme Court. And around the country, abortion liberation activists are unpacking what a ruling overturning Roe v. Wade or rolling back access could mean for the landscape of abortion health care. On this episode of Speaking Freely, we are joined by Elicia Gonzales, executive director of the Abortion Liberation Fund of PA, formerly known as the Women's Medical Fund, and Lizbeth Rodriguez, community engagement coordinator for the Philadelphia Women's Centers. They discuss how restrictions are currently impacting their work, the need for funding and community support, how abortion restrictions are rooted in white supremacy, and how their organizations are adapting and preparing so that they can continue to fight for abortion liberation across Pennsylvania. This episode was hosted by Cambriae Lee, ACLU-PA marketing and brand manager, and Julie Zaebst, ACLU-PA senior policy advocate. To support the Abortion Liberation Fund of PA and the Women's Centers, visit their websites. Abortion Liberation Fund of PA: https://www.womensmedicalfund.org The Women's Centers: https://www.thewomenscenters.com/take-action

KEXP Song of the Day
Coco Peila - Pretty Girls (feat. Taj Mahal)

KEXP Song of the Day

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 3:48


Coco Peila - "Pretty Girls (feat. Taj Mahal)," a 2021 single on JuixeGRL Records. With her latest single "Pretty Girls," Bay Area-based artist Coco Peila has elevated a movement to challenge beauty norms. As she expresses on her Facebook page, “It's an opportunity for us as Black women to have a heart to heart about what it's been like for all of us, and to challenge the ideas and perceptions in our own minds about what 'Pretty' is, WHY it is, and who currently or historically has access to it.” It also launched the "Pretty Heist" media campaign, which Peila describes as "a music video and interview series centered around Black Women's Liberation and the impacts of sexism, anti-black racism, white supremacy, and the beautification industry on Black Women & Girls' lives, perception of ourselves and others, sense of worth, perception of beauty and access to resources. The series spotlights women and girls, and provides information about how to support the work we are doing in the world and our communities." Learn more about the campaign at her Facebook page here. Read the full post on KEXP.org Support the show: https://www.kexp.org/donate See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Broadening the Narrative
Creating Anti-oppressive Structures with Tommy Allgood

Broadening the Narrative

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 91:12


In this episode, I talked with Tommy Allgood. Tommy is a registered nurse, a life, wellness, and spiritual coach, and an organizational consultant. We discussed how Tommy is helping create anti-oppressive structures. Connect with Tommy Allgood: Website teamallgood.com or tommyallgood.com IG @tommyallgoodrn Twitter @TommyAllgood Permission To BE podcast Resources Mentioned: In Class with Carr YouTube videos The Color of Compromise by Jemar Tisby NowThis video "Theologian Ekemini Uwan On Faith and the Pandemic" Andre Henry's website andrehenry.co adrienne maree brown's website adriennemareebrown.net History Shows Us podcast with Lettie Gore "Examining the Bible We Have with David Cady" on Broadening the Narrative "Joy and Liberation with Tina Strawn" on Broadening the Narrative The music from this episode is "Love Is" by Bandy. I want to thank Jordan Lukens for his help with editing and Danielle Bolin for creating the episode graphic. If you like what you hear in this episode, share it with a friend. I really think that little by little, person by person, we can broaden the narrative. In addition, make sure to subscribe so you don't miss an episode. Then, rate and review to help others find the show. Broadening the Narrative blog - broadeningthenarrative.blogspot.com Broadening the Narrative on: IG @broadeningthenarrative Twitter @broadnarrative Facebook - facebook.com/groups/broadeningthenarrative

The Military Sherpa Leadership Podcast
48. Thanksgiving Day Message

The Military Sherpa Leadership Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 0:42


This week I am taking a break from the regular format to simply say thank you for everything you and your families do to advance the cause of LIBERATION across the world. My family and I wish you and yours a wonderful thanksgiving, no matter what version of the holiday you choose to celebrate.  I hope that you have the opportunity to take time away from work, free your mind from the burdens of day-to-day life and show the people around just how much they truly mean to you. For those standing watch at their posts this week, I wish I could be there in solidarity with you, but this year the best I can offer is my heartfelt gratitude and appreciation. From the bottom of my heart, from my family to yours, Happy Thanksgiving.  See you soon!

Power: The Maxwells
The Limits of Liberation

Power: The Maxwells

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 45:24


Hugh Hefner's world is knocked off its axis when he's targeted by President Nixon's new war on drugs. Bobbie Arnstein, the Playboy founder's confidante and close ally, is caught up in the middle. Arnstein's friend Keith Stroup tells the story of her life and death.  A Somethin' Else production. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Dharmabytes from free buddhist audio
Ancestral Sense of Being

Dharmabytes from free buddhist audio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 1:55


Dhivan, author of 'This Being, That Becomes', talks about some of the historical Buddha's ideas on how conscious awareness can influence unconscious patterns that keep us imprisoned in a fixed sense of self.  Excerpted from the talk entitled Doors to Freedom - the Buddha's Psychology of Liberation, Buddhafield, 2012. *** Subscribe to our Dharmabytes podcast - bite-sized inspiration three times every week! (Apple Podcasts) Subscribe to our Free Buddhist Audio podcast - a full Dharma talk every week! (Apple Podcasts) Subscribe using these RSS feeds or search for Free Buddhist Audio or Dharmabytes in your favourite podcast service! Help us keep FBA Podcasts free for everyone: donate now! Follow Free Buddhist Audio: YouTube  |  Instagram  |  Twitter  |  Facebook  |  Soundcloud

The Digital Gumbo Podcast
The Newz Tonite

The Digital Gumbo Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 20, 2021 93:17


Hosts T. Petty, Idris Elbow and Nookie Bishop, Jr. take on the news of the day including:Trucker Wins NJ Senate Race: https://www.nbcnews.com/video/truck-driver-edward-durr-defeats-new-jersey-s-top-democrat-with-153-campaign-125489733588Cancun Shootout: https://nypost.com/2021/11/06/americans-hurt-in-shooting-at-cancuns-hyatt-ziva-riviera-resort/amp/“Casket Drop”: https://nypost.com/2021/11/11/massachusetts-family-sues-after-mans-casket-opens-and-body-falls-out/amp/All eps. here: https://digitalgumbo.simplecast.comFollow us on:Twitter: @thedigitalgumboIG: @thedigitalgumbopodcastIG: @iamnookiebishopjrIG: @iamidriselbow (be part of the “Ashy Recruits” this fall/winterT. Petty's IG coming soon! 

Expedition 44
Citizens of the Kingdom (Part 6): New Heavens and New Earth

Expedition 44

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 20, 2021 44:09


The importance of land begins early in the biblical narrative in Eden. This is where heaven and earth overlap. Where God dwells and walks with his priests in the garden which is sacred space. Sacred space is the place were God and humanity dwell together. With Israel the promise land, the land of Israel, was sacred space. God's temple was there, and he dwelt with his people. The temple was the new place where heaven and earth overlapped. Israel was exiled for polluting the land with their false worship and God's presence left. In Jewish thought the land is essential to their eschatology and their theology. It would be crazy to think that God is a king with no country. What is Salvation? Our idea of what salvation is plays a lot into the land. In the west our view of salvation has been based on what we are saved from. We know we are saved from Hell, sin, death, and the Devil. But what are we saved for? Many Christians believe we are saved for heaven but is this true? We are saved for the redemption of creation to image God. The narrative begins with Eden and ends with Eden. What is the purpose of Heaven? Heaven is usually understood as a transcendent realm beyond time and space. Heaven is primarily characterized by fellowship with and worship of God. The final destiny of the faithful is conceived of as an unending worship service in God's immediate presence in another world. In the Bible we see heaven as God's throne room but also as the place where his rule and reign are perfect… Your will be done on earth as it is in heaven (Lord's Prayer). We see very few mentions of going to heaven in the Bible, but it has become a huge part of Christian theology. Redemption What is our future? Life after death is not the goal… life after life after death is! Rom 8:18-25. Liberation from decay and the redemption of our BODIES is the hope we are saved for. And Why? To be the image of God bodily on earth. Creation is longing for us to be redeemed so it can be redeemed too. Jesus speaks of the regeneration when he sits on his throne. To Jews this was when God would rule on earth again. (Matt 19:28) Acts 3:21 speaks also of the restoration of all things. Colossians 1:20 talks about all things reconciled in Christ. Eph 1:10 speaks of all things being summed up in Christ. In heaven and on earth. Heaven and earth is what is mentioned in Gen 1:1 for all of the cosmic creation so that is what Paul has in view of what is redeemed. God pronounces creation “very good” Gen 1:31. Our task is to steward that creation not to escape from it to heaven (escapism is platonic and gnostic thinking). Resurrection 1 Cor 15:44-55- spiritual body is not being disembodied but being imperishable. Phil 3:20- our body will be like his. Jesus was resurrected bodily. John 5:28-29 The dead in their graves will rise The importance of the resurrection is so that the image of God can be restored to its vocation perfectly when death is defeated. Our concentration in salvation is usually being saved from going to hell but we often leave the resurrection behind. Jesus died to defeat death. Death was the result of separation from God in the garden and that is what needs to be reversed. Why?... Image of God New Heavens and New Earth- What is our destination? Rev 21:1-7. Heaven comes to earth. Koinos (renewed) is used here. Isaiah 65:17-25- Consistent with the OT. The Jews didn't have a disembodied view of being human. They believe in God restoring his Eden mission. The meek will inherit the Earth!

Spiritual Teachings With Shunyamurti
Conquer Death While You Can - Shunyamurti Teachings

Spiritual Teachings With Shunyamurti

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 20, 2021 9:35


Prepare to reach the deathless state! In this time of sudden death, it is of extreme importance to recognize the immortality of consciousness—before the body dies—so we can transcend the plane of mortality and be reborn as immortal, deathless Spirit. This is the secret of immortality that Shunyamurti reveals in this teaching, a precursor to our next 5-day retreat, Amrita Shakti: The Potent Path of Pure Delight. In this retreat, you will gain the capacity to free yourself from fear and ignorance, and enjoy the bliss of divine love and Liberation.

Liberation Audio
PSL Statement: Rittenhouse Acquittal Hands Racist Vigilantes a License to Kill

Liberation Audio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 20, 2021 12:37


The Party for Socialism and Liberation joins with millions of people across the country in expressing our complete outrage at the acquittal of Kyle Rittenhouse on all charges. Once again, the U.S. court system has functioned to protect a racist murderer, who went out into the streets of Kenosha on August 25, 2020 to wage war on people protesting the police shooting of Jacob Blake, a 29-year-old Black man. The verdict is an infuriating reminder of the fundamentally white supremacist nature of the capitalist legal system in the United States. The acquittal of Rittenhouse has tremendously dangerous ramifications. It effectively hands a license to kill to right wing vigilantes, who will now feel even more empowered to terrorize people in the name of “law and order”. There is a long and deadly tradition of far right militia-type violence in the United States, and this threat has now been given a huge boost by the state. The kangaroo court presided over by Judge Bruce Schroeder was a disgrace, and greatly enhanced Rittenhouse's chances of acquittal by the nearly all-white jury. The process was rigged from the start, and grew more and more absurd with each passing day. Read the full statement here: https://www.liberationnews.org/psl-statement-rittenhouse-acquittal-hands-racist-vigilantes-a-license-to-kill/

Jacobin Radio
Dig: Visions of Freedom w/ Piero Gleijeses Part 1

Jacobin Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2021 111:55


Part one of Dan's two-part interview with Piero Gleijeses on his book Visions of Freedom: Havana, Washington, Pretoria, and the Struggle for Southern Africa, 1976–1991. This is the story of Cuba's military defense of the Angolan government against a US and South Africa-backed effort to overthrow the People's Movement for the Liberation of Angola (MPLA). The future of the entire region was on the line, including the fate of apartheid in South Africa and of Namibia, then a South African colony. Learn Southern African geography by studying these maps: thedigradio.com/visions-of-freedom-mapsSupport The Dig with money at Patreon.com/TheDig and receive our weekly newsletter. Check out Six Faces of Globalization: Who Wins, Who Loses, and Why It Matters by Anthea Roberts and Nicolas Lamp hup.harvard.edu/catalog.php?isbn=9780674245952

The Dig
Visions of Freedom w/ Piero Gleijeses Part 1

The Dig

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2021 111:55


Part one of Dan's two-part interview with Piero Gleijeses on his book Visions of Freedom: Havana, Washington, Pretoria, and the Struggle for Southern Africa, 1976–1991. This is the story of Cuba's military defense of the Angolan government against a US and South Africa-backed effort to overthrow the People's Movement for the Liberation of Angola (MPLA). The future of the entire region was on the line, including the fate of apartheid in South Africa and of Namibia, then a South African colony. Learn Southern African geography by studying these maps: thedigradio.com/visions-of-freedom-maps Support The Dig with money at Patreon.com/TheDig and receive our weekly newsletter. Check out Six Faces of Globalization: Who Wins, Who Loses, and Why It Matters by Anthea Roberts and Nicolas Lamp hup.harvard.edu/catalog.php?isbn=9780674245952

Sex with Dr. Jess
Finding Pleasure in Liberation: Gender, Body Image & Communication

Sex with Dr. Jess

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2021 40:27


What does it mean to be non-binary? How about gender fluid? And queer? Why does language matter? How can we reconnect with our bodies? How can we liberate ourselves from gender roles in the name of more pleasure? How can we effectively communicate our needs to partners? Non-Binary Gender & Sex Therapist-Turned Coach, Rae McDaniel joins us to answer these questions and more. Be sure to follow Rae's Instagram and Facebook accounts. As well, check out the Gender Fck for more information. And take advantage of holiday pricing and discount code* DRJESS25 at TSC.ca where you can shop for: High On Love The Minis Pleasure Collection Romp Toys We-Vibe Moxie Chrystalino Glass Dildo If you've got questions or topic suggestions for the podcast, submit them here. As well, you can now record your messages for us! Please record your message/question in a quiet room and use your phone's headphones with a built-in mic if possible. And be sure to subscribe on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Podbean, Google Podcasts, Amazon Music & Stitcher! *Promo Code DRJESS25 is valid from September 29, 2021 at 10:00pm ET – December 18, 2021 at 11:59pm ET. Promo code may be redeemed on regular purchase price, This Visit Only Price, Event Price and Blockbuster Price before S&H charges and taxes on products as identified on Intimately You with Dr Jess (tsc.ca/intimatelyyou). Promo code cannot be redeemed on our TODAY'S SHOWSTOPPER™ offer, Encore TODAY'S SHOWSTOPPER™ offer or Exclusive For You TODAY'S SHOWSTOPPER™ Presale offer, or redeemed for cash, or used towards payment of the TSC Credit Card. Offer cannot be combined with any other offer or discount (including Rogers employee discounts). All "Last Chance Price Final Sale" and "Clearance Price Final Sale" purchases are final, no returns or exchanges. Offer subject to change without notice. To redeem your Promo Code when making a purchase online at tsc.ca, enter it into the PROMOTIONAL CODE area upon checkout. If shopping by phone call 1-888-2020-888 and quote the Promo Code to the Customer Care Representative. ©2021 Rogers Media.  

Fare of the Free Child
Ep 237: On Māori Mother Wisdom (The Language Episode)

Fare of the Free Child

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2021 57:32


Basically this:We talk about reclaiming language, sovereignty, relationship with motherhood, community, culture, intergenerational relationships, childhood, ancestors, and unschooling among other key topics. In this episode you will hear about intentional living and parenting why's and what's in Te Reo Māori (Māori language) and also in English.The whole story...#fofcpod has teamed up with brilliant writer, nomad, and unschooling mama, Ieishah Clelland-Lang to co-produce this 4-part series centering fours Māori unschooling mothers' wisdom and invitation. They are all based in Aeotearoa (Māori name for what we know as New Zealand), in the South Pacific. You'll hear about these women's relationships with reclaiming (when necessary) and sustaining strong connections to their community and culture. Through these narratives we can all expand our perceptions of mothering and honor the different layers of motherwork.This week, in Part 1, you'll hear from Moana Reihana and Mea Rapata, in addition to hearing from Ieishah and Akilah. Over the next two episodes, you'll also hear from Angella Smith and Tina Talaić, as well as the energies that all 6 of us bring into the space through meaningful inquiry and real commitment to keep much of our culture alive and thriving beyond us.Three generations to regain a language - Unschooling and traditionMoana shares her experience and the reason why she learned her native language by herself as an adult. None of her family members were able to speak the language at that time, so they also started to regain this ancestral knowledge years later. This helped Moana to reclaim traditional knowledge that she wanted to share with her children and future generations. They also speak about the importance of language as a liberation tool and as a choice that offers connection and more ways to listen. How do we deal with newer generations and balance our ideas with tradition?Learning how to be a guestIeishah and Akilah talk about the importance of “witnessing” as a way of making space through observation, and being willing to stop and listen to others so that we can be the least intrusive when we are guests in someone else's space. Moana and Mea allow us to listen to their stories from vulnerable and authentic spaces by sharing their connection with nature, their ancestors, and themselves. They speak to a sense of belonging and invite us to think about what we are being instead of focusing on what we are doing. Ieishah and Akilah also speak to how unschooling can help us with our observation skills so that we can develop trust in our partnership with our children.More about Ieishah...Ieishah is a writer, nomad and unschooling mama of two brown girls. She is a New Yorker of Caribbean descent. If you want to hear more from Ieishah you can listen to previous conversations on Episode 63: Deep Work + Dora Life (2018), and Episode 190: Nomad(ing) in Place with Ieishah ‘Nem (2019).Another place to catch Ieishah on IG: Mater MeaCheck out our Liberation Walk at raisingfreepeople.com/237Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/akilah)

Finding Refuge
2.08 Reclaiming Care

Finding Refuge

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2021 50:38


Lama Rod Owens is an author, activist, and authorized Lama (Buddhist Teacher) in the Kagyu School of Tibetan Buddhism. Lama Rod is the co-founder of Bhumisparsha, a Buddhist tantric practice and study community. Lama Rod is visiting teacher with Inward Bound Mindfulness Education (iBme), a visiting teacher with Natural Dharma Fellowship and the Brooklyn Zen Center. Lama Rod has been a faculty member for the Harvard Graduate School of Education's professional education program in mindfulness for educators and has served as a guest faculty member for the school's course Mindfulness for Educators.He holds a Master of Divinity degree in Buddhist Studies from Harvard Divinity School where he focused on the intersection of social change, identity, and spiritual practice. He is a co-author of Radical Dharma, Talking Race, Love, and Liberation, which explores race in the context of American Buddhist communities. Lama Rod is a founding teacher for the Awaken meditation app that offers meditations and contemplations focused on social change. He has been published and featured in several publications including Buddhadharma, Lion's Roar, Tricycle, The Harvard Divinity Bulletin, Spirit Magazine. He has offered talks, retreats, and workshops in over 7 countries for many organizations including Gaia House Retreat Center, Goldsmiths University, London Insight, and Tibet House Barcelona. He has offered talks at several major universities including Yale University, Harvard University, Brown University, Harvard Law School, Columbia Law School, New York University, Tufts University, University of Vermont, and Boston College. He has presented at several important conferences including the American Academy of Religion, Summitt, the Harvard Divinity School Black Religions Conference, the Harvard Divinity School Buddhism and Race Conference, and Netroots. Lama Rod facilitates undoing patriarchy workshops for male-identified practitioners in Brooklyn and Boston. Lama Rod's book, Love and Rage: The Path of Liberation Through Anger, was released in 2020, and he is currently working on his next book.In this powerful episode we discussed:BoundariesSelf-CareMartyrdomBecoming an ElderChangeGod is ChangeLoveAnger as RevolutionaryRageMovement BuildingHow we Cannot Drag People Toward Freedom Agency and FreedomHow we are Always Held AncestorsThe AfterlifeConnect with Lama Rod Owens on his website or on Instagram @lamarodofficialPodcast music by Charles Kurtz+ Read transcript

Time Talks: History, Politics, Music, and Art
Sandy Grande on Red Pedagogy, Red Praxis: The Politics of (Elder)Care and Indigenous Liberation

Time Talks: History, Politics, Music, and Art

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021 42:18


Sandy Grande on Red Pedagogy, Red Praxis: The Politics of (Elder)Care and Indigenous Liberation More on Red Pedagogy: https://rowman.com/ISBN/9781610489898/Red-Pedagogy-Native-American-Social-and-Political-Thought-10th-Anniversary-Edition Music by AwareNess: Bandcamp Please support the podcast on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/timetalks Channel Zero Network: https://channelzeronetwork.com/

The Ethical Rainmaker
Shattering Fragility w Liz LeClair

The Ethical Rainmaker

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021 63:41


Welcome to Season 3 of The Ethical Rainmaker a podcast that explores the world of inequity in nonprofits and philanthropy including where we should step into our power or step out of the way! It is part of my desire and effort to bring zero cost information, case studies and inspiration, to everyone in the third sector, and especially those who know or are learning that we've been complicit in upholding some problematic practices, and maybe some dishonestly but want to do better on this journey. If you like what you are listening to and want to support this work, find us here on Patreon  or email us at hello@theethicalrainmaker.com to talk about sponsorship!In this episode, Michelle talks with Liz LeClair a fundraiser and vocal advocate for human rights gender equality and social justice. We love Liz , who hails from Halifax, Nova Scotia, and we're happy to have so many links/citations for you (and you can sign up for our mailing list here):You can follow Liz LeClair on these platforms:Twitter: @liz_hallettLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/liz-leclair-cfre/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/elizabeth.hallettInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/liz_leclair_hfx/Liz is a contributing editor to The Charity ReportLiz has been writing spicy articles and pushing for justice for years now tho...here are some greats that awaken our sector to some of the injustices we perpetuate:Liz LeClair: ‘This is the apology we deserve' (The Charity Report)One woman's frustrating, futile fight for justice after being sexually harassed. (CBC)Liz LeClair: We cannot walk away from so-called ‘culture wars' (Third Sector UK)Donors' Behavior Key to #MeToo in Fundraising (TinySpark podcast from NonProfit Quarterly)The National Day of Conversation #NDOC is a full-day of digital conversation focused on the issue of sexual harassment and assault of fundraisers in the charitable and nonprofit sector. Liz co-founded this effort in Fall 2019 Liz to highlight the issue of sexualized violence in fundraising.Liz is the chair of the AFP Women's Impact Initiative, sits on the board of CFRE International (which is a certification for fundraisers,) and she sits on the board of the African American Development Officers network, as a white woman!References and People: The Bysander Effect: is the theory that folx are less likely to offer help to a victim if there are other people around (someone else must be taking care of it.)Mallory Mitchell is Resource Mobilization Director at Black Visions and an overall badass currently based in Minneapolis, Minnesota (US.) Here is our InstaLiveHadiya Roderique - Black on Bay Street: the woman who inspired Liz to speak up through her plenary at AFP Toronto Congress in 2019.Ann Rosenfield was the lead for Congress that year.  She is an outspoken advocate and ally, and the editor of Hilborn News.Collecting Courage: A book written by Black Fundraisers in Canada, about the joy, love, pain and freedom in this work - archiving and building the narratives of Black folx in this sector. Published in 2020 and edited by Nneka Allen (guest on S2:E2), Camila Vital Nunes Pereira and Nicole Salmon)Gail Picco has written extensively around issues of equity, race, gender, and philanthropy, and worked closely with the authors of Collecting Courage to bring that book to reality.  I highly recommend following her.Shanaaz Gokool is the former CEO of Dying with Dignity Canada, the current CEO of Fast and Female, and an incredible human rights activist in Canada. Liz referenced her calling her “in” to talk about a more intersectional approach to the work she was doing around the National Day of Conversation.Liz wants you to know about The Charity Report and the great work of Gail Picco & team they can check out the website: https://www.thecharityreport.com/Fleur Larsen: A white woman facilitator of DEI convos of whom Liz (and Michelle) are both admirers! Fleur was featured in The Ethical Rainmaker's most popular episode White Women As Gatekeepers. Learn about her workshops.Tanya Rumble and Nicole McVan are the two people I spoke about who are doing some great work around a Philanthropy & Equity Community of Practice.  Check out their work. A Note from Liz about Sexual Harassment and Sexualized Violence in the Charitable Sector: We are still working on what the National Day of Conversation will look like in 2022.  We are looking at a more intersectional approach, but if you have Canadian listeners (or really anyone who is interested) this is still a good repository of information:https://www.dayofconversation.org/Drs. Erynn Beaton and Megan LePere-Schloop of Ohio State University, conducted research on the fundraising workplace climate and you can learn more here.Liz's Recommended Reading List (from Liz):I have been fortunate to have many people recommend books to further my understanding of trauma and healing.  I am so grateful to amazing women like Birgit Burton and Nneka Allen for sharing their wisdom with me on these subjects.  As I said, I have learned the most from the women of colour who are willing to call me in, and call me out, when they need to.Collecting Courage: Collecting Courage: Joy, Pain, Freedom, Love is a collection of stories documenting racism and survival by 14 accomplished Black fundraisers working in charities across North America.  With searing and intimate detail, they write about their experiences with anti-Black racism—about coping with being last hired, first fired, overlooked for promotion to outright hostility in toxic workplaces. Their testimony chips away at the idea of the inherent goodness of the charitable sector.My Grandmother's Hands: Resmaa Menakem:  a book about human bodies and how trauma affects us.  Menakem's focus is on racialized trauma and the pathways to healing our minds and our hearts.Bad Feminist:  Roxane Gay:  if you have not read this book yet please do yourself a favour and go buy it.  Roxane Gay is the voice of reason in a sea of insanity most days.Had it Coming:  What's Fair in the Age of #MeToo?:  Robyn Doolittle.  Robyn is a well known and respected journalist here in Canada, akin to Jodi Kantor and Megan Twohey of the NY times.  She has done, and continues to do extensive research into sexual harassment, sexualized violence, and gender discrimination here in Canada.  I highly recommend checking out her work.The Skin We're In: A year of black resistance and power:  Desmond Cole - Desmond is an Black journalist who came into the spotlight when he started to write about his personal experiences with police carding, racial discrimination, and dismantling of systemic racism in Canada.  He's brilliant and everything he writes advances our knowledge of these issues.A book I am waiting for but cannot wait to read is… Unbound: My Story of Liberation and the Birth of the Me Too Movement by Tarana Burke.

Dharmaseed.org: dharma talks and meditation instruction
Greg Scharf: Liberation Through Non-Clinging

Dharmaseed.org: dharma talks and meditation instruction

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2021 62:44


(Insight Meditation Society - Retreat Center) The Five Aggregates

The Psychedelic Leadership Podcast
Ep. 39 Community, Boundaries & Deep Liberation with Langston Kahn

The Psychedelic Leadership Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2021 92:03


Langston Kahn is a Shamanic healer that supports people through what's called the Deep Liberation Process, a body-based approach that allows us to radically transform the range of fear-based stories we each hold in ourselves: from traumatic experiences, internalized oppression, and habitual emotional patterns rooted in old beliefs that hold us back from healing, transforming, and freeing our authenticity and unique genius.  Bridging the shamanic wisdom of ancient spirituality with the needs and demands of modern-day life, Kahn offers concrete skills to cultivate deep grounding, skillful boundaries, and a healthy energy body; methods for authentic shadow work and healing our triggers; and tools for effectively tending personal and collective well-being in community. Core themes explored in this episode: Community Defining deep liberation Establishing healthy boundaries Working with triggers Embodiment Calling in your ancestors and helping Spirits Rituals for processing grief Resources Mentionedhttps://amzn.to/2YWw1Sg (Read Deep Liberation by Langston Kahn) https://www.livefreelaurad.com/free-microdosing-course (Free 8-Day Microdosing Course) https://livefreelaurad.com/music-playlists (4 Music Playlists for Psychedelic Journey's & Beyond) Music to Move YouThis episode features a song called https://whiteswanrecords.bandcamp.com/track/sitting-in-a-circle-feat-ryan-dilmore ("Sitting in a Circle" )by Avasa & Matty Love, featuring Ryan Dilmore.

Dharma Glimpses with Judy Lief
Episode 43: Three Gates of Liberation

Dharma Glimpses with Judy Lief

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2021 7:44


In the buddhist teachings, body, speech, and mind are referred to as the three gates of liberation  •  these three gates are connecting points, or portals, between you and the teachings of the Buddha: each gate opens out to the dharma, and each gate welcomes the dharma in  •  these three gates point to a holistic way of accessing the teachings and working with them  •  “body” refers to the physical form of our body, which provides a base for the teachings  •   if we are not grounded in our bodies, it's very hard to connect in a deep way with the teachings; they remain at a cerebral or conceptual level  •  “speech” refers not only to the spoken word, but also to the energetic side of things—the emotions and the energies of life  •  the buddhist teachings are an oral tradition, so spoken word is extremely important   •  the third gate, “mind,” is talked about as having three qualities: ordinary waking mind, the dream mind, and the unconscious mind  •  the teachings can come through all of these: through conceptual understanding, through dreams, and through direct nonconceptual awareness. 

Go(o)d Mornings with CurlyNikki
You've Escaped the Cage

Go(o)d Mornings with CurlyNikki

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2021 6:08


"Liberation is only to remain aware of the Self." - Ramana Maharshi "I am not talking about Joy as the ultimate possibility in your life; I am talking about Joy as the 'A' of your life, not the 'Z' of your life." - Sadhguru "You have escaped the cage.  Your wings are stretched out.  Now fly." -Rumi Today's Practice:Freedom is staying aware of the Love you can feel in and AS this moment.  Not losing felt-oneness with It.  Not forgetting It.  Staying constantly, consciously aware of It.  Recognizing that when you're aware of this inner freedom, you are free of your self... of your ego.  You are being the invisible, boundless Freedom, not a person.  And because you are being Freedom, you'll watch that person be free.  You'll watch it be great.  I Love you, Nik 

The Critical Hour
Inflation Up and Biden's Approval Ratings Down; Russia Ready to Help Resolve Belarus Border Crisis

The Critical Hour

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2021 114:08


Dr. Linwood Tauheed, associate professor of economics at the University of Missouri- Kansas City, joins us to discuss domestic politics. A record 4.4 million Americans quit their jobs in September as inflation skyrockets and investors turn to gold. Also, some businesses are taking advantage of inflation to increase profits.Mark Sleboda, Moscow-based international relations security analyst, joins us to discuss Eastern Europe. Despite absurd accusations of fueling the Belarusian border crisis, the Russian government is working to help resolve the issue. Also, NATO's aggressive military actions near Russia's border are fueling a potential crisis with the US client state of Ukraine. Finian Cunningham has written a piece in which he outlines a number of non-military options that the Eurasian power could choose to retaliate.Yolian Ogdu, member of the Black Alliance for Peace and Horn of Africa Pan-Africans for Liberation and Solidarity, joins us to discuss Ethiopia. There is significant speculation that the US empire pushed the TPLF to launch their latest attack in Ethiopia. It is believed that US/EU operatives are pushing this war to overthrow the democratically elected government of Abiy Ahmed.Dan Lazare, author and investigative journalist and author of "America's Undeclared War," joins us to discuss President Biden and Vice President Harris's polling data. President Biden's infrastructure bill success seems to have done little to counteract the inflation crisis as his approval ratings continue on a swift downward trajectory. Also, Vice President Kamala Harris continues to burden the administration with historically low approval ratings.Laith Marouf, broadcaster and journalist based in Beirut, joins us to discuss the Middle East. A US airstrike in Syria is creating a considerable buzz as information surfaces that the military worked to cover up the deaths of over 60 women and children at their hands. Also, Houthi fighters are enjoying more success as the critical port city of Hodeida falls under their control. John Burris, civil rights attorney, joins us to discuss the Kyle Rittenhouse trial. Nerves are on edge, and the National Guard stands by for possible unrest in Minnesota as closing arguments of the case are made.K. J. Noh, peace activist, writer, and teacher, joins us to discuss China. US Secretary of State Antony Blinken recently spoke with Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi in anticipation of a scheduled virtual meeting between the leaders of the two world powers. Also, China has some interesting options for addressing climate change that may be valuable for Western powers to consider joining or imitating.Margaret Kimberly, editor and senior columnist at Black Agenda Report, joins us to discuss Cuba. The latest ham-handed US regime change plan for Cuba is scheduled to commence today, as CIA-sponsored protests have been pushed by deep state operatives in the tech giants of social media.

Cascade Church Portland
Liberation or Oppression?::Ephesians 5:1-20

Cascade Church Portland

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2021 34:37


The Survival Podcast
Toby Hemenway on Liberation Permaculture – Epi-180 – TSP Rewind

The Survival Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2021 111:28


Today is an episode of TSP Rewind, commercial free versions of past podcast episodes. Today's episode was originally, Episode-1556- Toby Hemenway on Liberation Permaculture and originally aired on April. 14th, 2015. The following are the original show notes from that … Continue reading →

The Connected Yoga Teacher Podcast
246: Anger, Forgiveness & Self-Care with Jacoby Ballard

The Connected Yoga Teacher Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2021 58:36


The Connected Yoga Teacher Podcast 246: Anger, Forgiveness & Self-Care with Jacoby Ballard   Description: Anger is a very human emotion that almost all of us experience, but society often encourages us to suppress it. Yet, dismissing, denying, or suppressing anger can cause it to spill out in the wrong way and unintentionally harm others. In this episode, Jacoby Ballard shares more about how anger, forgiveness, and self-care tie in together.   Jacoby Ballard is a social justice educator and yoga teacher with 20 year of experience. Since 2006, Jacoby has taught Queer and Trans Yoga, a space for queer folks to unfurl and cultivate resilience, and in 2008, they co-founded Third Root Community Health Center in Brooklyn to work at the nexus of healing and social justice. They lead workshops, retreats, teacher trainings, teach at conferences, and run a mentorship program specifically for yoga teachers, in addition to consulting in the diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) space. Jacoby is also the author of a new book, A Queer Dharma: Yoga and Meditations for Liberation, released in 2021.   When we feel anger, we may think it is out of line with being ‘yogic'. Jacoby addresses this perception and explains how we can begin to understand and process the anger that we may feel. They share tips for calming the nervous system, strategies to integrate what's going on in the world into your own practice, and how our daily practice can help up show up in the work that we do. Jacoby also shares more about their new book and what they have learned from the experience of writing it.    This is a remarkable episode that will speak to anyone who is feeling tired, worn down, angry, struggling to forgive or to be forgiven, or feeling ready to take on new challenges and wanting to gather their energy.   Key Takeaways: [3:40] Shannon does a little check in with you. [6:42] Check out Jacoby's book and join the book launch party! [9:12] Shannon gives a shout out to Schedulicity. [11:09] Shannon introduces her guest for this episode - Jacoby Ballard. [13:31] What does Jacoby do and who do they do it for? [15:34] We may experience anger when looking at the injustices in the world, but this can feel like it's not in line with yoga. What are Jacoby's thoughts on that? [18:15] What are some healthy ways to discharge anger and calm the nervous system? [20:54] Society often encourages us to suppress anger and big emotions. How can we encourage healthy expression of this? [23:43] What are some things we can do when we feel like we can't receive someone's message because of their anger? [25:52] How does Jacoby integrate what's happening in the world into their own practice? [28:50] Jacoby talks about how their daily practice and routines really enables them to show up in the work they do. [31:07] What does Jacoby's self practice look like? [34:54] Jacoby reads an excerpt from their book. [37:12] Jacoby shares their experience of writing the book. [39:27] What are some other examples of anger coming up that we should care about? [39:27] What are some issues that Jacoby cares deeply about in the yoga world? [40:31] Jacoby and Shannon discuss the question of 200hr yoga teacher trainings. [42:42] As humans, we are going to feel harm and we are going to harm others. [45:43] Jacoby shares their experience of teaching about compassion in a prison. [50:59] Jacoby leaves us with a concluding message for yoga teachers. Links: Jacoby Ballard A Queer Dharma: by Jacoby Ballard A Queer Dharma, by Jacoby Ballard - North Atlantic Books (Use code 'connected' for 30% discount and free shipping) Resonance Membership Program with Jacoby Ballard Birthing Papa: A Yogi's Path to Parenthood Pelvic Health Professionals Guest Speakers Kelly McGonigal Schedulicity (Coupon Code: CYT2MONTHS) The Connected Yoga Teacher Facebook Group   Gratitude to our Sponsors, Schedulicity, and Pelvic Health Professionals (Coupon: Connected2021).   Quotes from this episode: "Anger is a very human emotion and if we dismiss it, or deny it, or oppress it then it's going to come out in all the wrong places and probably all over those that we care about most in our lives."   "If we don't look at the anger first, then we can't get to the heartbreak, the fear, or the exhaustion. And if we can't get there, then we can't heal, we can't get to the other side."   "Having the daily practices allows me to be grounded in myself, remember my commitment, remember my purpose, and then turn back towards whatever is calling my attention on a given day."   "I must create boundaries that protect me from internalizing harm while practicing compassion that allows me to remain sensitive to suffering around the world."   "Anger tells us, pay attention! Anger gives us the energy to do something, for something precious is being killed, injured, threatened, tarnished, taken, abused, polluted, appropriated or harmed."   "Working with feedback, inviting feedback and working with it really conscientiously is so important in so many yoga dharma spaces."  

The Digital Gumbo Podcast
After Poddy Number 20: The Double X Shanksgiving Cornucopia of Fabulism Episode

The Digital Gumbo Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2021 62:45


Nook, ‘ Dris & T. Petty bring in the 20th After Poddy/Ep. 69 of the show by talking about Halloween, Thanksgiving and Christmas. All on the same damn show. Happy Thanksgiving to you and yours! Mentioned in this ep.: “Silver Bells” by A few Good Men: https://youtu.be/Kf2u2sMc9FQ Upside Down Apple Cake: https://www.foodandwine.com/recipes/apple-upside-down-cake S.O.S.—Share our show! All eps. here: https://digitalgumbo.simplecast.com Tell a friend (or frenemy) about #thedigitalgumbopodcast today! Twitter: @thedigitalgumbo IG: @thedigitalgumbopodcast or @iamnookiebishopjr

Spiritual Teachings With Shunyamurti
The Situation is Hopeless, But Unreal - Shunyamurti Teaching

Spiritual Teachings With Shunyamurti

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 13, 2021 11:23


Shunyamurti offers a koan on consciousness and the logic of the transcendence of worlds; reading again from The Supreme Source, this class reminds us to let go of the mind, let go of all methods, to let go of the desire for Liberation, and ultimately to let go of the you who thinks there's anything to let go of--and just be in your natural state (before you had an ego).   This is an excerpt from a longer teaching posted on our Members Section.  Sign up for your free 10-day trial: https://bit.ly/3oqFcCe 

Wednesday Wake-Up with Gregory Maloof
11/10/21 - Vedana and Liberation

Wednesday Wake-Up with Gregory Maloof

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 13, 2021 56:24


Vedana is translated as "feeling" or "sensation".  What does Vedana have to do with clinging and suffering?  What part do feelings play in suffering, and how can mindfulness of feelings contribute to our liberation?  Gregory does a deep dive into Vedana and its importance in today's talk. ABOUT HOST GREGORY MALOOF Gregory Maloof is a western Dharma teacher from the Ruth Denison lineage. If you have been receiving benefit and want to support Gregory Maloof as a teacher directly, please donate HERE Follow Gregory on Instagram @gregorymaloofdharma To learn about retreats, news, and classes first, CLICK HERE to keep in touch and get on the Wednesday Wake-Up mailing list.   Intro and Outro Music by Lenny Dinardo, Wave Em' In.

Pushback with Aaron Mate
Inside Puerto Rico's struggle against crippling austerity and Hurricane Maria's devastation

Pushback with Aaron Mate

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 12, 2021 37:00


Support Pushback at Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/aaronmate In his new documentary "Drills of Liberation" (Simulacros de liberación), filmmaker Juan Carlos Dávila goes inside Puerto Rico's social movements as they resist crippling Washington-imposed austerity and provide life-saving mutual aid in the aftermath of Hurricane Maria. Guest: Juan Carlos Dávila. Journalist and documentary filmmaker whose new documentary is "Drills of Liberation" (Simulacros de liberación). https://twitter.com/juancinedoc https://www.simulacrosdeliberacion.com/

SMac Attack
Ep 126 Jessica Vaugn's Journey to Crypto Liberation

SMac Attack

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 12, 2021 70:20


Jessica Vaugn is a former playboy playmate turned model, writer, photographer and now crypto-liberty advocate. We discussed her journey to this new worldview and had some really interesting tangents along the way. I loved this one, don't miss it. Follow Jessica on twitter here: https://twitter.com/JessicaVaugn Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jessicavaugn/?hl=en If you want to support the show please sign up to be a member of my locals page for monthly AMA's and exclusive content: https://libertylockdown.locals.com/ Support our sponsors! Looking to change career paths, start a business, free yourself from the paycheck to paycheck lifestyle? Start here by signing up for The Daily Job Hunt, it's free!: http://crash.co/daily If you are a seller on Shopify I have the FREE solution to irritating charge-backs. Head to the Shopify App Store and search for "Bad Customer" or visit https://badcustomer.org/ to learn more Make sure to sign up over at Odysee so you can watch the video version of this show and not worry about censorship! It's free too! https://odysee.com/$/invite/@LibertyLockdown:8 Please follow me on instagram: https://www.instagram.com/libertylockdown/?hl=en Twitter: https://twitter.com/LibertyLockPod Merch Store for killer shirts, leggings, onesies, stickers, sweatshirts etc, get on it!: https://my-store-aea419.creator-spring.com/listing/liberty-lockdown-podcast Podcast subscriptions are the best way to never miss an episode: iTunes https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/liberty-lockdown/id1138657182 Spotify https://open.spotify.com/show/47zBxoqrvRr8Fxn87DlIUh VIDEO VERSION, sub the YT bruh! t.co/s4MO6TtOzu?amp=1 All links: https://www.libertylockdownpodcast.com/ As always, if you leave a five star review on iTunes with your social media handle I'll read it on next week's show (audio version only)! Love you long time

Oprah and Eckhart Tolle: A NEW EARTH
Liberation Through Stillness

Oprah and Eckhart Tolle: A NEW EARTH

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2021 49:38


Eckhart leads a meditation and then answers questions from a live audience. He says the most important thing to achieve in our lifetime is stillness because without it we feel frustrated, angry and discontent. He says stillness is the answer that brings the sense of aliveness we feel when we're free of thought.

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Swipe Fright: Online Dating

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Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2021 53:08


If you are looking for more episodes to listen to after this one, check out Jarrett's guest appearance on Bullseye's Episode Tamron Hall. Tre'vell makes a mention of Kenneth Petty, and for all those that forgot, Petty is Nicki Minaj's husband, and he sexually assaulted Jennifer Hough. Listen to our Episode 87, Dear Old Nicki, WTF (ft. Gerrick Kennedy), and learn more.  Pass the PopcornThe press has been raving that Season 2 of HBO Max's Love Life is all about Black love because it focuses on Marcus Watkins (played by William Jackson Harper), a young Black man that has grown tired of dating apps. Starting to notice a theme? Because Season 2 is so Black-love centered, we are jumping into the conversation. Black History Is Happening Every DayMalcolm Kenyatta is a Democrat serving as Member of the House for Philadelphia County's District 181 whose work inspired this little boy to dress up as him for Halloween.DIS/Honorable Mentions HM: Although released in 2017, great albums stay great, so go check out Leikeli47's Wash & Set.HM: Fred Hammond is a part of a gospel collection titled, Sunday Morning, and Jarrett LOVES Hammond's Way Back When. HM: Check out the artist Sevndeep. HM: Tarana Burke's book, Unbound: My Story of Liberation and the Birth of the Me Too, is a great listen for audiobook lovers. Our Sponsors This WeekBetterHelpFANTI listeners get 10% off their first month at BetterHelp.com/FANTIUncommon GoodsTo get 15% off your next gift, go to UNCOMMONGOODS.com/FANTIGo ahead and @ usEmail: FANTI@maximumfun.orgIG@FANTIpodcast@Jarrett Hill@rayzon (Tre'Vell)Twitter@FANTIpodcast@TreVellAnderson@JarrettHill@Swish (Senior Producer Laura Swisher)@Rainewheat (Producer Lorraine Wheat)FANTI is produced and distributed by MaximumFun.orgLaura Swisher is senior producer and Lorraine Wheat is producer. Episode Contributors: Jarrett Hill, Laura Swisher, Tre'Vell Anderson, Lorraine WheatMusic: Cor.eceGraphics: Ashley Nguyen