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“Jazz: Now & Then” Noel Paul Stookey became a household name as the Paul part of the Peter Paul and Mary equation. The landmark folk trio formed in New York in the '60s and went on to lead the American folk music revival with massive hits like If I Had A Hammer, Puff The Magic Dragon, and Leaving On A Jet Plane. Hammer, of course was written by Pete Seeger and Jet Plane John Denver, but that was the thing about Peter Paul and Mary—they were incredible interpreters of American song. Their readings of Dylan tracks like Blowin' in the Wind, and the Times They Are A Changin' are further evidence that they could not only interpret but in many ways make those songs their own in the process. Peter Paul and Mary put out nearly twenty albums in their career, including 2003's In These Times and the band ceased to be when Mary Travers passed away in 2009. As for Stookey, he remains a pretty active guy both in and out of music. From founding the non-profit Music To Life with his daughter to producing artists like Dave Mallet and Gordon Bok to playing at Dartmouth in honor of Martin Luther King Day, Stookey is still out there, doing the work. And speaking of work, his new album has just hit shelves. Titled Fazz: Now & Then, the staggering 20-track collection mixes new compositions with folk, jazz, gospel, classical, and world music. It's been germinating in Stookey's head for almost 25 years and it was well worth the wait. Filled with folky precision, poetic finesse and clever wordplay, Fazz: Now & Then is a refreshing blast of musical fusion commandeered by one of the greatest songwriters in American Music. A singer, a father, a husband, an artist and and an activist, Stookey is the real deal. www.noelpaulstookey.com www.bombshellradio.com www.alexgreenonline.com Stereo Embers: Twitter: @emberseditor Instagram: @emberspodcast Email: Email: Editor@stereoembersmagazine.com
In today’s episode of ‘Sales Samurai’ podcast, host Sam Capra, who helps marketing leaders in the retail space go beyond the sale/transaction, talks with guest Ashleigh Early, founder of the ‘Other Sales Coaching Consultant’, and the host of the ‘Other Side of Sale’. They talk about Diversity, Equity, Inclusion in Sales. Discussing challenges facing sales professionals with different ethnicity, religious background, race, caste, color, and gender and how as a Sales Leader we can address these things. Episode Highlights 01:44 – Ashleigh shares, her career is building and rebuilding sales teams, and as a part of that she had the joy and pain of working at a lot of different start-ups in the tech space. 03:05 – The other side of sales as a podcast and as a blog came into being because of her original co-founder who has since left because she's doing other amazing things. 06:50 - We want to make sure that we are equipped as a business to address the total addressable market. 08:02 - We need to make sure we've got diverse opinions so that the people who are doing the work get paid properly, and they're included in the decision-making processes. 10:23 - We need to keep educating ourselves, and this isn't just a black history month or a women's history month thing or Martin Luther King Day. This needs to be a conscious, concerted, and consistent effort at every level. 12:34 – Ashleigh mentions, there was a study that was done she forget who but they found that almost 50% of women leave tack within 10 years. 14:30 – Ashleigh points out, some elements are never going to be acceptable, that we're never going to be able to fix, but that we can support the people who are in those situations when they come up. 21:07 – Ashleigh highlights, Madison Butler and Tara Irani, both women of color and LGBTQ, are very open about their experiences and are now helping smaller and medium businesses. 23:44 – Sam highlights, demographics of sales professionals 3.0. 24: 36 – Ashleigh states that if you have to scroll more than twice before you see a person of color, you need to go add a bunch more people of color. 26:58 – Exposing to these other cultures even a little bit makes a big difference just to understand the world is different. 28:39 - It's an understanding that there’s not just the cultural difference on a racial or gender level but there’s an economic level too. 32:06 – If you do D.E.I. wrong, it's illegal, so, it's also making sure you understand the legal ramifications of having a sexist hiring process. 34:00 –You can authentically hire a team that is all white, that's the truth. That's not necessarily a bad thing unless you're telling yourself that the team is also diverse. 36:34 - If you cut experience requirements in half, you're going to immediately get a more diverse applicant pool period, says Ashleigh. 42:45 - When you're losing diverse talent, you're losing incredible essential talent period. 45:05 – Ashleigh points out members of the LGBTQ community are 21% more likely to experience discrimination than any other group. Seven out of 10 women have experienced discrimination at work, versus three out of 10 Men. Three Key Points Sometimes the world isn't fair and that sucks, but at least we're here to support you and we're ready to show you how we're going to try and fix things that we can't control. You need to just look at what you're requiring. Do you need 20 years' experience or do you just need some experience? Do you want a sales leader who is only in it for the money? Think through what you need
Cairo Eubanks is the new Future Foundation Youth Representative to the United Nations and Youth Steering Committee Member. She is also the Global Correspondent for the Global Oved Dei Seminary and University (GODSU). A curriculum developer, Cairo's created programs for students in Tamil Nadu, South India, and Broward County, Florida, which is the foundation for Bringing the World to Florida. Cairo received a Proclamation from Mayor Dale Holness and the Rising Star Award from Mayor Wayne Messam for her community work and program development that foster leadership development and culture exchange. She reigns as Miss Back Florida USA 2022 for Miss Black USA. Cairo is on a mission to nurture a global community of leaders and professionals by strengthening their voice and confidence. Learn more about Cairo. Learn more about The Passionistas Project. Full Transcript: Passionistas: Hi, and welcome to The Passionistas Project Podcast, where we talk with women who are following their passions to inspire you to do the same. We're Amy and Nancy Harrington, and today we're talking with Cairo Eubanks, the New Future Foundation Youth Representative to the United Nations and Youth Steering Committee member. Cairo is also the Global Correspondent for the Global Oved Dei Seminary and University, GODSU. A curriculum developer, Cairo's created programs for students in Tamil Nadu, South India and Broward County, Florida, which is the foundation for Bringing the World to Florida. Cairo received a proclamation from Mayor Dale Holness on October 10th, 2020, and The Rising Star Award from Mayor Wayne Messam for her community work and program development that fosters leadership development and cultural exchange. She reigns as Miss Black Florida USA 2022 for Miss Black USA. She's on a mission to nurture a global community of leaders and professionals by strengthening their voice and confidence. So please welcome to the show, Cairo Eubanks. Cairo: Hi Amy! Hi Nancy! Thank you so much for having me. Passionistas: We're so excited to have you and to learn more about all of the amazing things you're doing. We like to start by asking, what's the one thing you're most passionate about? Cairo: Oh, that is a fantastic question. I would say what I am most passionate about would be... can I have two? I'd like to put two into one answer, and it would be leadership development and cultural exchange. And just based off of the experiences that I've had as a Jamaican and American, as a dual citizen, and getting to travel the world. I've had the honor and privilege of getting to travel to about 26 countries by the age of 26. The lessons that I've learned as it relates to the dialogue conversation, the importance of being able to connect with others and use your story is what makes me so passionate, because I realized the weight or the power and the value that comes with telling your story. So when I talk about leadership development and cultural exchange, it really ties in together with my passion of being able to help people tell their story and to tell it with enthusiasm. Passionistas: What has inspired all of this travel and how have you been able to do that? Cairo: I believe that when people ask me that question, it's always great to start at the beginning, right? And when you think about my name, Cairo, my parents, they wanted me to have an Afro-centric name that tied me back to the African continent. And they did this, not just with myself, but also with my siblings. So I'm Cairo like Egypt. My sister is Sudan like the country because she's 14, she's a whole country within herself. And then my brother Dakar, like Senegal. And they wanted us to really have curiosity and to learn, you know, be more curious about our heritage and realize that our connection to Africa, you know, is still there. And so by having my name Cairo, I wanted to not only go to Egypt, I wanted to go to Senegal, I wanted to go to Sudan as a young child. And then on top of that with my mother being Jamaican, I would go to Jamaica for days, weeks, months at of time. And the experiences that I got to have living with my grandparents, getting to hear stories about, you know, how they saw the world, right, relative to how my family in the United States, from my American side, saw the world. And also some of the similarities are the commonalities that they shared. It really helped me realize that no matter where I was in the world, I always felt at home. And, you know, I really credit that to my parents being from two different countries. But then on top of that, you know, having my name, getting a little taste of the world and getting to be, you know, throughout the Caribbean, because of my mom being Jamaican, it made me realize that I wanted to see more and I want it to learn more about the world around me. And so I got opportunities to study abroad and to travel abroad, most notably with Semester at Sea. So when I was a junior in college, I got this opportunity to go to, let's say it was about 10 different countries and, you know, three different continents. So we were actually in, well, actually more than that, we were in Europe, we were in Africa and then we were also throughout the Americas, as well as. Just the experiences that I had, it really helped me realize, wow, I can do this. It's not so daunting to get to be able to get your visa or to get to travel. And, I mean, the stories I can go on and on about some of those memories that I had. But it really inspired me to continue to travel and to combine my love for traveling with my passion for education and leadership development. So after I had that experience at Semester at Sea, actually during that time, I had a conversation with a professor who told me about opportunities to get to teach abroad and to work with non-profits internationally. And that's how I got that opportunity to teach in Tamil Nadu, India. And when I was creating public speaking workshops for students that were targeting on their development, their personal and professional development, I had some incredible conversations about discrimination, about prejudice, but also about, you know, different traditions and what made our, you know, different cultures, so unique, but also what did we have in common. And just these experiences as a whole. And I'm trying to bring you up back to, you know, the present, but, you know, seeing that origin story of having my name, recognizing that my name connected me to the world around me, and then recognizing that those experiences that I had getting to travel the world. I then knew that it was then my mission to create opportunities for others, especially younger generations to have those same experiences. Passionistas: So you're a Global Correspondent for GODSU. So tell us about that organization and the work you do with them. Cairo: Absolutely. So as the Global Correspondent for Global Oved Dei Seminary and University, it's an interstate e-learning institution. And a lot of the work that I do outside of representing GODSU at different conferences. So most notably we were the first sponsor of the African Investment and Trade panel for the Florida International Trade and Cultural Expo. We were able to have dignitaries from, you know, six different African countries, throughout the continent, come together and talk about trade and opportunities to get to invest in their countries. So that's a lot of the work that I've done, either being able to promote, you know, international trade opportunities that exist throughout the African diaspora. That's a lot of the work that we do in terms of, you know, different conferences that we host different events that we're part of. And then also being able to host some of the Empower U Conferences that we have here at GODSU. So it's like, there are a lot of different things that I do, but it's all titled and really targeted towards international development and empowerment as well. Passionistas: So you're also a Youth Representative for the UN. So tell us how you got involved with that and what exactly do you do? Cairo: Yes. So I'm a Youth Representative for New Future Foundation to the United nations. So I represent my NGO. And the way that that happened, it's actually connected to GODSU. It's a funny story. So I was speaking, I was hosting one of the Empower U conferences, and we had a guest speaker. Her name is Queen Mother Dr. Delois Blakely, and she has been affiliated with the UN for over 50 years. And she is a UN goodwill ambassador to Africa for the African continent. And so when I had the pleasure of getting to hear her speak as a panelist, I just said, you know what? At the time I was in college, I wanted to be connected. I wanted to be able to intern in some way and just get as close to the headquarters as possible, because I knew that my, as you can see my passion for development, is really, has a global focus. And I thought, what better place than to get to be in that, in that space, at the UN? And so I pulled her aside after the conference and I just told her, I said, "Queen Mother, I want to work with you. I want to learn. I want to be mentored by you." And it's actually quite interesting because that opportunity of asking for help or asking for guidance and just telling her, you know, as a young 20-something year old, I wanted to be able to grow from, you know, being under her tutelage. She allowed me to be first an intern for her NGO and then a Youth Representative. And then I had the opportunity to be selected for the Youth Representative Steering Committee under the United Nations Department of Global Communication 's Civil Society Unit. And so when I got the opportunity to be on this committee where it's about, I want to say about 25 different youth representatives that represent different NGOs all across the world. And we are the voice and we advocate for the youth perspective as it relates to, you know, civil society or the community. So I say all of that, just to say that I got... I went from approaching her as someone who just wanted to learn and just, teach me and I want to learn anything. I'll send in reports, whatever you need me to do, Queen Mother, to then being able to progress where I'm on the committee and I'm representing my NGO for the second term, as of actually this month. So that's a huge blessing. Passionistas: You mentioned your travel to Tamil Nadu in India. Tell us what the mission was on that journey and what you took away from that experience. Cairo: So I had had a capstone project as an Omprakash Ambassador to create public speaking workshops and to see how we can be able to use public speaking as a part of breaking the cycle of poverty. Because the program that I was working with and the organization that I was working with in South India, they had this concept of education breaking the cycle of poverty and being able to empower others using knowledge. And so they would create opportunities for students to be able to get scholarships, or education, and be able to then provide for their families by giving them enough education of skills to complete undergrad, and then be able to then give back to their immediate families. So that being said, when I learned about this mission of the school, I realized that I wanted to create, you know, leadership programs. And I had done them in the past, but I never created something on this scale where it would actually be a part of my capstone project and I'd be doing research on it. And so I got guidance. Guess that ties right back into the previous question about Queen Mother Dr. Blakely as to how to proceed for that research. And next thing, you know, I submitted my proposal and it was accepted and, then the next thing you know, I'm in Bangalore, India, and then traveling to Hosur. And I, and it was wonderful being able to work with the high school students that I did. Getting to use the program that I created, you know, weekly. The public speaking workshops that then became the foundation for what I'm doing right now, which is bringing the world to Florida and international virtual student exchange program. So I feel like, I feel like with every question I'm trying to bring it full circle to bring you to where it first started, and then how it got me here today. Passionistas: We're Amy and Nancy Harrington, and you're listening to The Passionistas Project Podcast and our interview with Cairo Eubanks. To learn more about her mission to nurture a global community of leaders and professionals by strengthening their voice and confidence visit cairospeaks.com. If you're enjoying this interview and would like to help us to continue to create an inspiring content, please consider becoming a patron by visiting thepassionistasproject.com/podcast and clicking on the Patron button. Even $1 a month can help us continue our mission of inspiring women to follow their passions. Now here's more of our interview with Cairo. So tell us about the work you're doing in Florida. Cairo: Absolutely. Okay. So not only am I Miss Black Florida, and I have different communities, or I should say different committees rather, that I'm a part of including the Broward County Social Justice Task Force. I was on the Mayor's Public Safety Council and more. So I say all of this to say that I have a vast interest in being a part of the community and finding solutions to the communities, you know, any issues that may arise. And so the story for Bringing the World to Florida really began when I had an issue that I created an event out of, and it inspired students to then ask me to create a curriculum. And the event was unfortunately birthed out of cyber harassment. So there was a guy on my campus and I'm just going to call him Andrew, just for the sake of argument or for a conversation. And Andrew had been trying to, you know, reach out to me and I would block him and whatnot. I didn't really know too much about him. I just knew that there was something like, kinda off about him. And I didn't, I didn't really feel comfortable around him. And I found out from someone I didn't even know because I didn't have Instagram at the time. But he had taken my pictures off of Facebook. I don't even know. I don't, we're not even friends on Facebook. He took my pictures off of Facebook and he posted them on a lewd Instagram account that he created himself. And so, not only was my picture up there, and someone sent me a screenshot, but there were other people from my school, other people in my sorority and more. And I got so upset about this, and I said, something has to be done. Many of them had actually filed police reports because he had created a fake academic study. It's ridiculous. He created a fake academic study to try to solicit explicit photos or to give them, and he said that he had faculty permission to do so. So this is, yeah, so that was a situation. And I created a Facebook post and 150 comments later, we had about 30 plus individuals who were able to provide like a compilation of screenshots of things that I was able to say, you know, what. Even though they provided this to the police and they did, you know, police reports or they would report it to the school, or to his then fraternity. It just didn't feel like there was enough. And so I said, what can I do? What can I do so that not only do I not feel stuck, but also other people do not feel stuck as well. Because he was not only doing this to me and all those other individuals, but we know that he was also harassing others online. And some people were saying that there were issues where they felt like he was stalking them, like he was trying to follow them home. So we said, you know what? We need to take preventative measures. And how can I do that? Create a community event for resources for students. So teens, incoming freshmen, sophomores, and then parents. And it became a huge success. We had partners with the Anti-Defamation League. We had the Broward Sheriff's Office. We had the Broward School Climate Action and Discipline Department among other organizations and partners, both locally and nationally. And then we had kids who said, "you know what? We love this. Can you come to my school? Like, you know, I don't even want community service hours for this. Let me get you to my school." And we said, you know what? This was intended to be a one-time event. But what I did was I used the students who had been part of the program and I said, okay, "what kind of curriculum do you want to see? What sort of programs would you like to see that do not exist in your school at this time or within the community that you haven't found?" And we surveyed them and we took their answers. And then we created a whole course wrapped around some of the answers that they asked for. So we have a curriculum that's self-paced, we have workshops and events and conferences like Operation Stop Cyber Harassment. So that's now a part of our Asking for Help Module. And then we have other opportunities for skill building as well for the kids, so that they can take what they learn in the curriculum and actually get apply it. Passionistas: You are also Miss Black Florida USA, as part of the Miss Black USA Organization. So tell us how you got involved with that and what you do to challenge the misconceptions about title holders in the organization. Cairo: Oh, my goodness. My story is quite interesting. Okay. So, the short version of this, because I do want to keep this brief and get to the whole point of the misconceptions. That's really what I want to focus on. But it began in 2020 when I competed in my first competition, for Miss Broward County for Miss America. So I competed and I won on my first try and that was a huge blessing for me. And it was big for me because I had never seen myself as a pageant queen prior to competing for this. And if it had not been for my mother, if it had not been for those around me, who said, you know what? This is your last year. You're going to age out. You might as well try it out. You'll get a good experience. You can use that towards, you know, programs that you're creating, et cetera. I just decided to take a leap. And then was shocked. I was shocked. That being said, I was competing and preparing for Miss Florida. And I remember the opportunity that came up for Miss Florida for Miss America. I was getting ready. It was June, 2021, and literally three days before my competition, I had a rocking chair like roll over my foot and crushed it. And I got nerve damage in my foot. So I was like literally in a scooter all through competition week and it was tough. And I ended up not being Miss Florida for Miss America. And I remember thinking to myself. I was like, you know, God had told me, and I'm a spiritual person, right? So I talk about God, but you know, God had told me that he saw that I was going to be a state title holder. And he said that "you were still going to be able to create and move your project, Bringing the World to Florida as a state title holder." And I applied, I actually got asked. It's so funny cause I got asked to send in my information and they had allowed me to be on the spot accepted. So I sent in some application information, but I ended up accepting the role. And I really appreciated just the opportunity that I got to then, you know, be able to be Miss Black Florida and to get to promote what it means to really be a state ambassador and to promote, you know, not just the wonderful things that people associate with Florida. Which of course is, you know, we have Disney, we have Orlando, we have Miami, we have the beaches, we have the Everglades. Yes. But we also have business. We also have culture here that you cannot find anywhere else. So that being said, one misconception that I believe a lot of people have about pageant queens in general, is that it's just about looks, you know, and it's not just about looks. And I believe that a lot of these competitions, they're purposefully, really showcasing that it's not just about how you look when you see some of the winners. For example, some of the different systems that exist like Zozibini Tunzi from Miss Universe, Miss Universe 2019. She is a Black South African woman with short cropped hair. And no one had ever seen someone like her, you know, take the world by storm as Miss Universe. There's really a chance for us who have been seen as not necessarily the stereotypical or the traditional pageant queen to really showcase the other qualities or the characteristics that Queens have, like our ability and desire to be servant leaders, to be part of the community. I don't know anyone else who would say yes to community service opportunity faster than a pageant payment, honestly. And it's because of the fact that we do want to be out there, and we realize that part of our responsibility is to be present and to be able to be a connector for the community. And, like, I can't even begin to describe to you the personal and professional development that I had. And I know that there's some people who are like, what, like getting ready for Miss Broward County? Yeah, no it changed my life because it allowed me to be in that space where I had to learn something completely from scratch. And I had to be humble a hundred percent and be like, listen, I don't know how to walk in heels more than three inches high, you know? And I don't know how to do my makeup, but I learned. And it was a humbling experience to learn. So there's some misconceptions, but I believe that the more that people learn about the stories, the tragedies, or the challenges that, you know, title holders have had individually and how they overcome that and how they use their stories to inspire others can help to balance out some of the misconceptions that people have about wearing a crown. Passionistas: Where does this desire to be of service come from? Is this something that your family has always done? Did your parents teach you to think this way? Cairo: Absolutely. My parents, they always instilled in me this idea or vision of being a servant leader and what it means to serve first. When we talk about leadership and what it means to be a leader, there's always people assuming like, oh, you have to be the loudest person up there and you have to be the one that's like telling everybody what to do. But oftentimes you can lead by example, and you can lead by example by serving others. And because I grew up in a very, you know, spiritual household, it was this concept of being able to discover your passion of what, you know, God or the universe has intended for you to have, and then to be able to share that and to recognize that we're all connected. And if there's something that I can do to bless someone else or to be of service to someone else, then that allows me to also get blessed in return. So we would say like a little saying, that we would say in my home and also in Jamaica, is this idea of like lotioning up your hands. Like if you lotion up someone else's hands, you end up getting moisturized too. And so it's just this concept. And the more that I got to do that and got to help others the better I felt. And the more I felt like I had a light to share with others, you know, and that inspires me and that keeps me going. And so that's really where it comes from. It's like this family concept of servant leader and recognizing that the more that I get to be of service, the happier that I get to be. I don't know. I think it's a, win-win. Passionistas: Tell us about CairoSpeaks/CairoWrites and what your mission is with those projects. Cairo: Yes with CairoSpeaks/CairoWrites. So out of CairoSpeaks/CairoWrites. Okay. So let me back up a little bit. CairoSpeaks/CairoWrites, there are two parts to it. CairoSpeaks. So there are leadership development and all-in speaking coaching aspects to, you know, the services that I provide there. And then also with CairoWrites, I've written biographies, I've ghost written material, as well for my clients. And I've also written speeches. I would say that the best part about what I've done with CairoSpeaks/CairoWrites is that I have created a space for me to get to share like what I love most. And I've shared, you know, when it comes to the leadership development and cultural exchange. But also from not just from a youth perspective, but being able to be of service, to everyone. So for example, I had an opportunity to be the keynote speaker for Martin Luther King Day for the city of Boca Raton this past month. And that was a huge blessing. And I got to, you know, inspire and empower with my keynote speech not just youth, but also people of all ages. And so a lot of the work that I'm doing right now and what I'm transitioning my business to doing is focusing a lot on, you know, speaking opportunities, sharing my message, sharing my light as-- my business partner Rena would say, "not dimmering your shimmer, but instead being able to show that shimmer everywhere"-- and being able to transition more into that route. Just because a lot of the leadership development programs that I was doing at one point, I've now focused all of my energy into Bringing the Globe and Bringing the World to Florida. Passionistas: What's your dream for women? Cairo: My dream for women is to really understand their value. And that was a conversation that I was actually having prior to this interview and just realizations that I have even about myself. You know, I realized that, you know, someone can look at my bio or look at my background and look at the bullet points of, you know, my resume or my CV and say, wow, you know, this person has done so much. But that doesn't necessarily mean that that's how I necessarily could feel about myself. And see, and I recognize that there are books that I've read, you know, talking about women who are CEOs and high performing executives. And the reality is that there are so many women who are working so, so hard and they have accomplished and achieved a lot and yet don't feel that way, you know? And so even though I do feel accomplished and everything like that, I took a moment today and I said, you know what? Wow, Look at how valuable I find myself to be. We have to remind each other of how valuable we are, way past what we can do on paper, but our hearts and our souls. And that is what I would tell women today, is to recognize your value, recognize your value past a monetary dollar amount, and to realize that you are incredible just the way you are. And I know it sounds cliche to say that, but it is true. And we don't hear that enough. And if it is cliche, because we've heard it too many times, maybe it's gone out, you know, gone from one ear and out the other, but we really need to internalize that. Passionistas: Thanks for listening to our interview with Cairo Eubanks. 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An unfortunate truth about the nonprofit industry is that we're very behind on data analytics. What if we could better streamline the process and consolidate financial data at the simple push of a button? In this episode, Ansley Fender, Founder & CEO of Atlas, joins me to discuss how she and her team connect donors with nonprofits through their industry agnostic, end-to-end, and collaborative funding management software. Atlas' platform automates the grant management process not only for nonprofits but also for donors for greater effectiveness and efficiency. Embracing technological innovations will help ensure that ALL of our money makes it out the door and reach the actual issues we care about. Make sure not to miss out on this episode! Episode Highlights: How Ansley began in nonprofit grant management Ansley's initial idea of creating software that provides automated real-time financial data The feasibility of a common application for nonprofits and donors What Atlas offers to funders and funding recipients to make their jobs more efficient Links referenced in this podcast: Learn more about how Atlas can power your purpose by visiting their website here. If you enjoyed this episode, listen to these as well: #62 Amazing Story of How to Fund Indigenous Communities Well with Geneva Wiki, Senior Program Manager, The California Endowment #61 Strategies to Give Abundantly with Lisa Holtan, Wellness Coach, High Vibe Life #60 Sybil Speaks: Recap of My Conversations about Diversity Equity and Inclusion in Honor of Martin Luther King Day Crack the Code: Sybil's Successful Guide to Philanthropy Become even better at what you do as I teach you the strategies as well as the tools you'll need to avoid mistakes and make a career out of philanthropy through my new course, Crack the Code! In this new course, you'll gain access to beautifully animated and filmed engaging videos (one per week for a total of 8 weeks), and many more! Check out her website soon with all the latest opportunities to learn from Sybil at www.doyourgood.com. Connect with Do Your Good Facebook @doyourgood Instagram @doyourgood Would you like to talk with Sybil directly? Send in your inquiries through her website www.doyourgood.com, or you can email her directly at email@example.com!
Philanthropy has served as a vehicle for change and created opportunities to become deeply engaged with our communities. There is great power in forging relationships and creating a space for community-driven change. Joining me for this episode is Geneva Wiki, Yurok Tribal Member and Senior Program Manager of The California Endowment. Coming from a long lineage of leaders and activists who continuously fought for the rights and freedoms of Indigenous Americans, Geneva shares how she continues to follow in their footsteps through her storied journey into mainstream philanthropy. She will also speak about philanthropy in Indigenous communities and what communities can do to help them drive transformative change. Join us for this relevant and timely conversation where we challenge ourselves to re-think funding and work to become better funders for Indigenous communities and many more communities across the world. Episode Highlights: Geneva's family background as part of a member of the Yurok people and how it plays an influential role in becoming the philanthropist she is today The California Endowment's grant-making strategy How the philanthropy world can be more effective and supportive of Indigenous communities Geneva's words of wisdom and resources for philanthropists looking to better support Indigenous communities Links referenced in this podcast: Listen to Do Your Good's episodes #26 and #35 featuring Jim Enote from the Colorado Plateau Foundation where he talks about how funders can support indigenous communities with respect. Visit Illuminative's website and join the movement to help amplify the voices of Native Americans and re-educate Americans on Native culture and history. Check out NDN Collective's website to learn more about this Indigenous-led organization dedicated to building Indigenous power. If you are searching for more ways to directly support Native American communities, visit Native Americans in Philanthropy's website. Join the Decolonizing Wealth Project's giving circles and discover more on their efforts to disrupt the existing systems of moving and controlling capital. Check out the California Native Vote Project's website and read more on the movement to engage Native American communities to build political power through an integrated voter engagement strategy. Discover more about Native Voices Rising, a capacity-building collaborative created by Common Counsel Foundation and Native Americans in Philanthropy. Visit Liberated Capital's website and become a part of their community aimed at moving untethered resources to Black, Indigenous, and other people-of-color communities for liberation and racial healing. Discover First Nations Development Institute's collaborative pools and their mission to support and invest in healthy Native communities. Visit KCET's website to watch a short film telling the story of prescribed cultural burns. Watch this short documentary about Native families organizing to improve education outcomes. Watch “Teens Put A Cap on Alcohol Thefts”, a short youth-produced film sharing the story of youth organizing to curb teen drinking If you enjoyed this episode, listen to these as well: #61 Strategies to Give Abundantly with Lisa Holtan, Wellness Coach, High Vibe Life #60 Sybil Speaks: Recap of My Conversations about Diversity Equity and Inclusion in Honor of Martin Luther King Day #59 Sybil Speaks: Conversation with Her Son to Inspire the Next Generation of Givers Crack the Code: Sybil's Successful Guide to Philanthropy Become even better at what you do as I teach you the strategies as well as the tools you'll need to avoid mistakes and make a career out of philanthropy through my new course, Crack the Code! In this new course, you'll gain access to beautifully animated and filmed engaging videos (one per week for a total of 8 weeks), and many more! Check out her website soon with all the latest opportunities to learn from Sybil at www.doyourgood.com. Connect with Do Your Good Facebook @doyourgood Instagram @doyourgood Would you like to talk with Sybil directly? Send in your inquiries through her website www.doyourgood.com, or you can email her directly at firstname.lastname@example.org!
A lot of people think health and wealth don't go together, but they're more interconnected than people might think. In this week's episode, Lisa Holtan joins me to share the kind of work she does in supporting her clients to fulfill their personal goals and mission in life through incorporating health and wellness into their money mindset. Lisa Holtan is a health-to-wealth coach, helping women learn to live their healthiest and happiest lives. Lisa is also a certified personal trainer, nutritionist, and podcast host of High Vibe Life. Lisa wants you to know that whether you're a millionaire or only have a dollar to your name, giving from a place of abundance and gratitude can make all the difference in making an impact on the lives of others. Episode Highlights: How Lisa's background in health and wellness ties in with money and giving Lisa's “Three Pillars” and how you can use them to focus on a giving strategy Lisa's work with her clients to help them develop a healthy money mindset The importance of giving with gratitude Links referenced in this podcast: Connect with Lisa on Instagram: @lisaholtan. Join the High Vibe Health Facebook group here. Click here to avail of Lisa's free offer: Get Lisa's 3 tips for staying on track with your health goals. Listen to Lisa's podcast, “The Vibe Health”, by clicking here! To work with Lisa on your health goals send an email to email@example.com or learn more here. If you enjoyed this episode, listen to these as well: #60 Sybil Speaks: Recap of My Conversations about Diversity Equity and Inclusion in Honor of Martin Luther King Day #59 Sybil Speaks: Conversation with Her Son to Inspire the Next Generation of Givers #58 Sybil Speaks: New Years Resolution to Give with Purpose Crack the Code: Sybil's Successful Guide to Philanthropy Become even better at what you do as I teach you the strategies as well as the tools you'll need to avoid mistakes and make a career out of philanthropy through my new course, Crack the Code! In this new course, you'll gain access to beautifully animated and filmed engaging videos (one per week for a total of 8 weeks), and many more! Check out her website soon with all the latest opportunities to learn from Sybil at www.doyourgood.com. Connect with Do Your Good Facebook @doyourgood Instagram @doyourgood Would you like to talk with Sybil directly? Send in your inquiries through her website www.doyourgood.com, or you can email her directly at firstname.lastname@example.org!
This week Americans have been observing the Martin Luther King Jr Day national holiday, which marks the birthday of the late civil rights leader. The campaign to have Dr King formally recognized in the US was led by his widow, Coretta Scott King. President Ronald Reagan signed the holiday into law in 1983. Farhana Haider has been speaking to Dr King's youngest daughter, Dr Bernice King, about the long and fraught campaign, and the crucial role her mother played in supporting her father's legacy. Photo: Coretta Scott King speaking at the White House. (Credit: White House)
This year's Martin Luther King Day slate was one to remember around the league...(VO) In the last game of the night, Russell Westbrook detonated on Rudy Gobert at the rim. That's gotta be his signature highlight as a Laker to date.....Earlier in the day, Ja Morant pulled off this ridiculous 360 layup as the Grizzlies beat the Bulls...
This year's Martin Luther King Day slate was one to remember around the league...(VO) In the last game of the night, Russell Westbrook detonated on Rudy Gobert at the rim. That's gotta be his signature highlight as a Laker to date.....Earlier in the day, Ja Morant pulled off this ridiculous 360 layup as the Grizzlies beat the Bulls...
Joe Madison joins Clay Cane on SiriusXM Urban View on the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. holiday and gives a powerful history lesson connecting voter suppression in the past with today.
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On this episode of Wrighster or Wrong, George Wrighster and Ralph Amsden discuss the Arizona Cardinals brutal loss to the Los Angeles Rams and what is says about Kliff Kingsbury and Kyler Murray moving forward. A congressman tells Nick Saban to 'stick to sports,' and Ralph shares why he feels like that is UnAmerican. George posted a video of his son's 10U 7 on 7 football competition, and that spurred a discussion on George's decision to put his sons in football, as well what it takes to be the parent of a quarterback. Martin Luther King Day means a timeline full of Martin Luther King quotes- and the guys discuss how every side of the political spectrum uses the Civil Rights Leader to affirm their personal beliefs. Finally, Darren Rovell responded to a charge of racism by talking about his MLK and Rosa Parks memorabilia collection, so George tries to help him out with a segment called "What to do if someone calls you a racist." Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Listen to our archived episodes: RadioPublic|LibSyn|YouTube Support the show: Patreon|PayPal: 1x or monthly|Square Cash * KITM, satisfying and fresh! David Waldman broadcasts with extra crew at the World Headquarters while his area gets slammed by snow. (If you call that snow.) and is driven insane by catchy jingles. (If you call that a catchy jingle.) Joan McCarter's observance of Martin Luther King Day distracted from her observance of the calendar, and she almost missed calling in, but she did, and they talked, and we had a show: Whatever pauses school attendance might help the Omicron wave to pass through and relieve pressure on school districts, which is good, but isn't just a blue thing, but an everywhere thing, and periodic closures add up to blanket closures when they happen by the thousands. Glenn Youngkin promised to listen to the parents but can't quite make out what the parents who didn't vote for him are saying. His anti-mandate mandate violates the law, and the constitution, but some of his supporters do have a history of that behavior. Meanwhile Youngkin initiates an investigation to come to a conclusion he has already dictated. Neil Gorsuch has only 8 coworkers but is such an entitled prick one of them can't even come into work. The Biden administration forced the resignation of a prominent right-wing activist and conspiracy theorist. Of course, there is a market for that sort of thing elsewhere. You heard it here first, but finally enough other people have heard about forged electoral documents that a second state attorney general is contacting federal prosecutors. Chuck Schumer has postponed the filibuster and voting rights fight to next week, and unless that fight includes a lot of punching, the outcome is pretty much decided. Forcing Joe Manchin and Kyrsten Sinema to actually debate would be helpful as well. In fact, anything that makes a Senator's work harder should be pretty effective on motivating the lot of them. Look, I made it through a summary without mentioning the former guy… oop!
We have just one week to go until World Cup qualifying starts up again, which means there's plenty of interesting storylines we're keeping track of here on The Athletic's U.S. soccer desk. We had yesterday off for Martin Luther King Day so this episode will be a quick, guest-free rundown of what we're following this week. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In den Vereinigten Staaten wurde gestern der Martin Luther King Day begangen. Das heißt es fand kein Handel an der Wall Street statt, die US-Börse blieben geschlossen.
This week, in celebration of Martin Luther King Day, we're replaying one of our favorite interviews with Derrick A. Pope of The Arc of Justice Institute (https://onthearc.net/). Remember to rate and review GTP in iTunes: Click Here To Rate and Review Episode Details: In honor of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, Hidden Legal Figures Podcast host Alexander Pope returns to discuss the landmark 1956 case against Civil Rights activist Martin Luther King, Jr. for his role in the year-long Montgomery, Alabama Bus Boycott and violation of a 1921 anti-boycott law. An example of white Alabama officials' effort to use the courts to quash the Civil Rights Movement, the trial began with numerous attempts by prosecutors to identify King as the official leader of the boycott. King's legal team countered by trying to establish "just cause" or "legal excuse" for the boycott, with 31 witnesses sharing their first-hand experiences with abusive bus drivers and reasons for participating in the boycott. In spite of these moving statements, Judge Eugene W. Carter found King guilty of violating the anti-boycott law and fined him $500 plus an additional $500 in court costs. King's appeal was rejected, and he later paid the fine. Click Here to Read/Download the Complete Trial Documents Guest Bio: Derrick Alexander Pope: Derrick Alexander Pope is President and Managing Director of The Arc of Justice Institute. In his role, he has responsibility for its standing initiatives and programs, including hosting its podcast, Hidden Legal Figures. Before The Arc, Mr. Pope enjoyed a distinguished career in the public, private, and academic sectors. He has provided counsel to the legislative and executive branches of government at the federal, state, and county level, having most recently served as Chief of Staff in the Office of the Chairman of the Fulton County Board of Commissioners. He is a former Assistant Legislative Counsel to the Georgia General Assembly and former Legislative and General Counsel to the Medical Association of Georgia. During the Obama administration, Mr. Pope was a member of the White House Data-Driven Justice Initiative and the My Brother's Keeper Taskforce in 2015 and 2016. In private practice, he has helped protect the inheritance rights of more than 500 families throughout Georgia. Mr. Pope is a former adjunct professor of law at the Georgia State University College of Law where he taught Probate Practice and Procedure. Mr. Pope has several published works to his credit. He is the author of By the Content of Our Character: A Declaration of Independence for Colored Folks, Negroes, Black People, and African Americans and Thy Will Be Done: An African American Guide to Estate Planning and the Howard Law Journal article A Constitutional Window to Interpretive Reason: Or in Other Words...The Ninth Amendment. In 2012 teaming with this daughter he released a spoken word CD - The Race Track. An Atlanta native, Mr. Pope is a graduate of Morris Brown College and the Loyola University School of Law in New Orleans, Louisiana, earning top honors in the Loyola Law Clinic. He is a member of the State Bar of Georgia where serves on three standing committees (Vice-Chair, Communications/Cornerstones of Freedom Program; Advisory Committee on Legislation, and the Editorial Board of the Georgia Bar Journal, and Past Co-Chair of the Committee on Inclusion in the Profession), the Phi Alpha Delta Law Fraternity, the United States Supreme Court Historical Society, and the Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc. Read Full Bio Show Sponsors: Legal Technology Services - LegalTechService.com Digital Law Marketing - DigitalLawMarketing.com Harris Lowry Manton LLP - hlmlawfirm.com Free Resources: Stages Of A Jury Trial - Part 1 Stages Of A Jury Trial - Part 2
We celebrate Martin Luther King Day and this great man's impact by welcoming for the first time this season our Social Impact Correspondent Yvonne Harris! Martin Luther King Day is observed every year on the third Monday of January — on January 17 this year. King was an influential civil rights leader — best known for his work on racial equality and ending racial segregation in the United States. His life and achievements are remembered and celebrated on this day. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/bblshow/support
Martin Luther King Day, and the Dems love them some Hitlerian rounding up of the unvaxxed. Here is the Rasmussen survey https://www.rasmussenreports.com/public_content/politics/partner_surveys/jan_2022/covid_19_democratic_voters_support_harsh_measures_against_unvaccinated --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
Hour 1 * Guest: Lowell Nelson – CampaignForLiberty.org – RonPaulInstitute.org * Supreme Court Blocks Biden's Vaccine Mandate for Private Businesses – TheEpochTimes.com – (in a 6-3 vote) blocked the vaccine mandate for private businesses, but decided (on a 5-4 vote) to allow the mandate for health care workers. * See what government money does to corrupt the system? If the healthcare industry was not dependent on the government dole, the government would not have such oppressive influence on the healthcare industry. * The danger in the court's opinion is that Congress might Unconstitutionally give to OSHA the authority to mandate the vaccine. And in that case, the US Supreme Court would then rule that such a mandate is okay. * Who Will Save You From This Insane Tyranny? Only You Have the Power to Save Yourself – Gary D. Barnett. * Abraham Clark: Signer of the Declaration of Independence: “The cause of independence is bigger and more important than any one man – or any two. When I signed our Declaration of Independence, I pledged my sacred honor. That, sir, is not for sale, even to the expense of my two eldest sons”. * The Clark's paid a dear price for liberty. What price are you willing to pay? * Will you die for the Sacred Cause of Liberty? Are yu willing to Live for the Sacred Cause of Liberty? * We Need a Revolution, Ron Paul! – He is not talking about a violent revolution, but a peaceful revolution of ideas. * H.R. 5746, Freedom to Vote Would Be a Loss of Freedom – JBS Email. * SecureVoteUtah.org – We hope to inspire citizens in other states to take responsibility for election integrity. Eliminate chain-of-custody issues. Eliminate computers and other electronic counting machines. Return to proven methods that ensure fair elections, and increase voter confidence in the election process. Hour 2 * Guest: Dr. Scott Bradley – To Preserve The Nation – FreedomsRisingSun.com * Winter Storm Pushes North After Bringing Snow to the South – Empty Shelves And 1M Without Power – When Will We Turn To God? * Martin Luther King Day is a federal holiday held on the third Monday of January. It celebrates the life and achievements of King Jr., an influential American civil rights leader. * Shame on mlk day! – Evidence of King's communism and communist connections, along with his adultery, clearly contradicted his stance as a minister of God preaching virtue in public life. * One can understand the Democratic Party honoring King. But why are conservatives and Republicans doing so? And why have taxpayers and citizens been forced to pay homage to him? – Nevertheless, the man and the myth persist. * Jeffrey Epstein Repeatedly Visited Clinton White House, Brought Numerous Women With Him – Ryan Saavedra. The Daily Mail reported that unearthed visitor logs showed that Epstein visited the Clinton White House at least 17 times during Clinton's first term in office. * Will Hillary Run Again In '24? * Are the government and the media engaging in psychological warfare? – Psychological warfare is the use of propaganda, threats, and other psychological techniques to mislead, intimidate, demoralize, and otherwise influence the thinking or behavior of an opponent. * Forget COVID, here's leading cause of death worldwide, once again – ‘It's the legalized killing of the most vulnerable' – Bob Unruh, WND.com – The leading cause of death worldwide for 2021 was abortion which accounted for 42% of all deaths! – That makes three years in a row that the leading cause of death worldwide is abortion! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/loving-liberty/support
Dean and Phil discuss Martin Luther King Day, share three messages from loyal listeners like you (yes, YOU!), reveal a handful of new nicknames for Phil, and analyze three recent cinematic releases. They also celebrate the lives and legacies of several music legends, a couple of beloved sitcom stars, and a true Hollywood icon.
Original Air Date: Monday 17 January, 9 pm EasternDescription:Dean and Phil discuss Martin Luther King Day, share three messages from loyal listeners like you (yes, YOU!), reveal a handful of new nicknames for Phil, and analyze three recent cinematic releases. They also celebrate the lives and legacies of several music legends, a couple of beloved sitcom stars, and a true Hollywood icon.
Data is important when one looks back in History. Today, there is no excuse for having slaves. Even if you live in a third world country with different religious beliefs. Step back 200 or 12000 years and things looked different. Solomon had slaves, Jesus spoke about slaves, and Americans breaking away from England grew up with slaves. Making guilt happen for items, dating back ages, data has to be looked at harder and with less emotion. Except for Columbus. That data shows he was possibly a narcissist. Yeesh.
If you've ever wondered how we “do it all” it's because we don't sleep and wow are we just “thriving” this Monday morning! Follow along for a surprisingly invigorating conversation about the usual. Ya know, left, right, center politics, why the phrase “we're so divided” makes sense, and why Martin Luther King Day is the perfect day to ask yourself where are you reacting and where are you responding? Join us for this doozy! Happy Listening! --
Hour 1 of The Drew Mariani Show on 1-17-22 Bob Woodson joins Drew to talk about Martin Luther King Jr, the challenges they faced in their day vs the racial challenges we see today Geoff Shaw shares some insight on what's going on with Russia and Ukraine
The work of anti-racism and anti-oppression requires that we encounter it on a variety of levels; within ourselves, in our relationships, and in the systems and institutions of the world. A big first step is understanding what kind of effort is required for what level. On this Sunday before Martin Luther King Day, Rev. Bob LaVallee will explore how we might do this as individuals and as a congregation.
5 Minute Flip - January 17th, 2022 - Martin Luther King Day Excerpts from Letter from a Birmingham Jail (to the White Church) by Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. https://www.noahfilipiak.com/excerpts-from-letter-from-a-birmingham-jail-by-dr-martin-luther-king-jr/
Adam discusses the significance of Notre Dame traveling to play Howard on their campus to celebrate Martin Luther King Day. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In this edition of the 21 News Podcast, Madison Tromler has a conversation with Wynton Rayford of the East Liverpool and Wellsville NAACP. Rayford reflects on the importance of Martin Luther King Day in this moment in history and the legacy Martin Luther King Junior left behind.
Topics discussed on today's show: Martin Luther King Day, Blue Monday, NFL, Birthdays, History Quiz, MLK Quiz, Dieting, Sleepy Chicken Challenge, Free Homes in Minnesota, Fucke Sweden, Ship City, Celine Dion, 20 in 22, Get The Fake Out, Horrifying in 100 Years, Fake Kidnapping, Long Distance Relationships, and Apologies.
https://www.latimes.com/world-nation/story/2022-01-17/texas-rabbi-says-he-2-hostages-escaped-synagogue-standoff "COLLEYVILLE, Texas — The rabbi of a Texas synagogue said Monday that he threw a chair at the gunman and then escaped with two other hostages after a 10-hour standoff, crediting past security training for getting himself and his congregation out safely. Rabbi Charlie Cytron-Walker told “CBS Mornings” that he let the gunman in Saturday because he appeared to need shelter. He said the man was not threatening or suspicious at first. Later, he heard a gun click as he was praying." https://www.latimes.com/california/story/2022-01-16/radio-host-michael-jackson-dead-at-87 https://www.motherjones.com/kevin-drum/2008/11/talk-radio/ "...talk show hosts...are popular and powerful because they appeal to a segment of the population that feels disenfranchised and even victimized by the media. These people believe the media are predominantly staffed by and consistently reflect the views of social liberals. This view is by now so long-held and deep-rooted, it has evolved into part of virtually every conservative's DNA. To succeed, a talk show host must perpetuate the notion that his or her listeners are victims, and the host is the vehicle by which they can become empowered. The host frames virtually every issue in us-versus-them terms. There has to be a bad guy against whom the host will emphatically defend those loyal listeners. The enemy can be a politician -- either a Democratic officeholder or, in rare cases where no Democrat is convenient to blame, it can be a "RINO" (a "Republican In Name Only," who is deemed not conservative enough. It can be the cold cruel government bureaucracy. More often than not, however, the enemy is the "mainstream media..." In the talk radio business, this concept, which must be mastered to be successful, is called “differentiating” yourself from the rest of the media. It is a brilliant marketing tactic that has also helped Fox News Channel thrive. “We report, you decide” and “Fair and Balanced” are more than just savvy slogans. They are code words signaling that only Fox will report the news in a way conservatives see as objective and truthful." https://www.takimag.com/article/american-driving-in-2021-reckless-and-wreckful/ Join this channel to get access to perks: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCSFVD7Xfhn7sJY8LAIQmH8Q/join https://odysee.com/@LukeFordLive, https://lbry.tv/@LukeFord, https://rumble.com/lukeford https://dlive.tv/lukefordlivestreams Listener Call In #: 1-310-997-4596 Superchat: https://entropystream.live/app/lukefordlive Bitchute: https://www.bitchute.com/channel/lukeford/ Soundcloud MP3s: https://soundcloud.com/luke-ford-666431593 Code of Conduct: https://lukeford.net/blog/?p=125692 https://www.patreon.com/lukeford http://lukeford.net Email me: email@example.com or DM me on Twitter.com/lukeford Support the show | https://www.streamlabs.com/lukeford, https://patreon.com/lukeford, https://PayPal.Me/lukeisback Facebook: http://facebook.com/lukecford Feel free to clip my videos. It's nice when you link back to the original.
Episode 70 finds both guys snowed-in and dreaming of a white Martin Luther King Day. Shean is setting guidelines for hiring employees and Shane is fighting an uphill real estate battle against liars, con artists, and thieves.The guys discuss historical cubism, death mocking, and the white woman with a humanities degree that curated the African section of the ATL airport.They also get into whether or not Shane is the one who's truly unhinged for calling out his old employer on instagram. Plus, Shane welcomes Shean into the Church of Kanye after listening to the new song, “Eazy.” The corpse of Vladimir Lenin makes a special appearance.
On this Monday edition of Bernie & Sid in the Morning, we celebrate Martin Luther King Day with a full slate of great guests and content to celebrate the great man that was Dr. King. Owner of Red Apple Media John Catsimatidis kicks off the day's festivities with Sid detailing why it's so important for us to recognize the significance of this day. John is followed by Pastor of the Christian Cultural Center Megachurch in Brooklyn, New York Reverend A.R. Bernard, Editor-in-Chief of National Review Rich Lowry, the first African American to serve as governor of New York David Paterson, and civil rights and civil liberties lawyer Norman Siegel. Sid dives into the non-violent message that Martin Luther King preached every day, and how Dr. King might feel about the current state of Civil Rights in our country if he were alive today. No Peerless Boilers Beat Bernie Contest today due to both Bernie & Sid's absence in the program's final hour, but as always make sure you don't miss the Monday installment of Lidia Reports.
Today, in light of Martin Luther King Day and the scriptural prayers and purpose his life represents, we stand in solidarity with those who are hurting and pray for those in need.
As broadcast January 17, 2022 with plenty of extra defiance for your podcast-based protests. Tonight on Martin Luther King Day in the US, we celebrate the man synonymous with civil rights progress in his home country that still has a long way to go to begin things on this Monday night. Then we have two hours of the freshest new cuts just out over the past week, with Kat Bass joining us to finish the night strong for our Popcast tunes feature and a little bit of rebranding on the segments. #feelthegravityTracklisting:Part I (00:00)Paul & The Tall Trees with Adrian Quesada – Don't Stay SilentBob Moses – Love Brand NewParquet Courts – Watching Strangers SmileCHAI – WholeAldous Harding – LawnMetronomy – Things will be fine Part II (31:13)Cavetown – squaresBROODS – Like A WomanYot Club – It's EasyHippo Campus – Ride or DieCautious Clay – Rapture In BlueFKA Twigs feat rema – jealousyRaveena – Rush Part III (58:09)Céline Dion - ImperfectionsBritney Spears - Swimming in the StarsMitski - Love Me MoreAvril Lavigne - Love It When You Hate Me*King Princess & Fousheé - Little BotherThe Poles - Rolloveralt-J - Hard Drive GoldPart IV (91:08)John K - A LOTOliver Tree - Cowboys Don't CryMartin Jensen, Cheat Codes & Theresa Rex - RunningMckdaddy - No Emotion Ed Sheeran - ShiversEd Sheeran - Galway GirlEd Sheeran - Sing
Nick and Manny celebrate Martin Luther King Day and preview what's to come for Avert Church/Odd1Out Podcast. Follow us on Instagram: @Odd1OutPodOdd1Out Links: https://www.avertchurch.com/odd1outlinksDon't forget to hit that subscribe button and drop a review!!! Your support is greatly appreciated.
In honor of Martin Luther King Day, I wanted to dedicate this episode to highlighting past conversations with funders and nonprofits to honor all of the amazing work they do to address diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI). Thanks to these experts, I have learned so much and am continuing to learn how to be a white ally and support people of color. I hope you'll give it a listen and let my interviewees who know best serve as an example of how you can meaningfully incorporate DEI in your funding strategy. Episode Highlights: The premise of Trust-based Philanthropy and how it works in reality Past conversations with people who put DEI at the core of their work Links referenced in this podcast: #4 Support Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion in Your Funding Strategy with Fernando Cazares, Program Officer, The Climate & Clean Energy Equity Fund #7 How to Give with Empathy and Trust with Mary Fifield, Principal, Kaleidoscope Consulting, and Abby Sarmac, Senior Advisor, The Giving Practice #21 A Conversation with John Esterle, Co-Founder, Trust-Based Philanthropy #26 Learn To Support And Fund Indigenous Communities With Deep Respect And Grace with Jim Enote, CEO, Colorado Plateau Foundation #27 Part 1 Power Up Your Giving with Real Power to Community with Anthony Diaz, Jasmine Banks, and Dany Sigwalt #28 Part 2 Power Up Your Giving with Real Power to Community with Anthony Diaz, Jasmine Banks, and Dany Sigwalt #35 Back by Popular Demand! Learn More Ways to Fund Indigenous Communities with Deep Respect and Grace with Jim Enote, CEO, Colorado Plateau Foundation #56 A Truly Original Approach in Support of Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion with Maria Azuri, Director of Capacity Building, Network for Good #57 Terrific Strategies for Local Grantmaking with Michael Chatman, Executive Director, The Community Foundation If you enjoyed this episode, listen to these as well: #59 Sybil Speaks: Conversation with Her Son to Inspire the Next Generation of Givers #58 Sybil Speaks: New Years Resolution to Give with Purpose #57 Terrific Strategies for Local Grantmaking with Michael Chatman, Executive Director, The Community Foundation Crack the Code: Sybil's Successful Guide to Philanthropy Become even better at what you do as I teach you the strategies as well as the tools you'll need to avoid mistakes and make a career out of philanthropy through my new course, Crack the Code! In this new course, you'll gain access to beautifully animated and filmed engaging videos (one per week for a total of 8 weeks), and many more! Check out her website soon with all the latest opportunities to learn from Sybil at www.doyourgood.com. Connect with Do Your Good Facebook @doyourgood Instagram @doyourgood Would you like to talk with Sybil directly? Send in your inquiries through her website www.doyourgood.com, or you can email her directly at firstname.lastname@example.org!
In honor of Martin Luther King Day, we want to highlight one of our favorite conversations and past episodes featuring Dr. Robert Kelly of Loyola University Maryland. He shares how putting the students at the center of every decision he makes and rising to meet the hunger that these students have for connection is what drives the charge for him, the faculty at the University, parents, and other engaged adults to create a culture celebrating reconciliation, curiosity, joy, and hope. This is a conversation about responsibility; taking responsibility for crafting the future for those in our care. Rob shares how he is helping Loyola to build according to their mission: pressing forward on issues of culture, climate, race, and inclusion in the face of obstacles of our own creation. Listen now wherever you get your podcasts, subscribe, leave us a review and share the podcast with family and friends. We'll back in February with new conversations and episodes to help you keep moving your mission forward.
On this episode of THE CLASSIC METAL SHOW, Neeley and Chris talk about the recently announced WASP tour with Armored Saint. Neeley bought tickets, but Chris is skeptical because of the price of the concert tickets. Then, Lou from the Loo called in to "celebrate" Martin Luther King Day. Get all our episodes at www.theclassicmetalshow.com. Interact with The Classic Metal Show at https://classicmetalshow.locals.com. NOTE: Everything said here, and on every episode of all of our shows are 100% the opinions of the hosts. Nothing is stated as fact. Do your own research to see if their opinions are true or not.
It is Martin Luther King Day and with the climate of the country these days we need to reflect. Martin Luther King III was in Arizona trying to drum up support for the Voting Rights Bill. That same day Diaper Donny had a rally to do what he can do to limit voting rights for people of color. Let's get into it. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/rational-boomer/message
Die asiatisch-pazifischen Märkte wurden gemischt gehandelt.Der New Yorker Leitindex Dow Jones Industrial ging mit einem Abschlag von 0,6 Prozent auf 35 912 Punkten ins verlängerte Wochenende – am Montag ist in den USA Feiertag und die Börse geschlossen. Der S&P 500 drehte im späten Handel ins Plus und schloss 0,1 Prozent höher auf 4663 Punkten. Der technologielastige Nasdaq 100 gewann 0,8 Prozent auf 15 612 Punkte.Der deutsche Leitindex Dax sank um 0,9 Prozent auf 15 883 Punkte. Der MDax der mittelgroßen Börsentitel gab am Freitag um 0,8 Prozent auf 34 519 Zähler nach. Der Dax wird heute im Plus bei 15 930 Punkten erwartet.Zum Wochenauftakt stehen keine wichtigen Wirtschaftsdaten an.In den USA findet wegen des Feiertags "Martin Luther King Day" kein Handel statt.Wichtige Geschäftszahlen sind nicht zu erwarten.Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/kommponisten)
In honor of Martin Luther King Day, we want to highlight one of our favorite conversations and past episodes featuring Dr. Robert Kelly of Loyola University Maryland. He shares how putting the students at the center of every decision he makes and rising to meet the hunger that these students have for connection is what drives the charge for him, the faculty at the University, parents, and other engaged adults to create a culture celebrating reconciliation, curiosity, joy, and hope.This is a conversation about responsibility; taking responsibility for crafting the future for those in our care. Rob shares how he is helping Loyola to build according to their mission: pressing forward on issues of culture, climate, race, and inclusion in the face of obstacles of our own creation.Listen now wherever you get your podcasts, subscribe, leave us a review and share the podcast with family and friends. We'll back in February with new conversations and episodes to help you keep moving your mission forward.
This was a holiday that was not obtained without struggle including strikes, shaming and strange political bedfellows. In one of the first casts on MHCBUYP from 2007, We took a look at this history and some well-known and lesser known actors in its occurrence. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The historical memories of the 1963 March on Washington for Jobs and Justice hit too close home for Rep. Stephanie T. Bolden who shares personal reflections and what community members can continue to do, creating more hope and opportunity rooted in Dr. Martin Luther King's dream. MLK Day allows all people, as individuals and in organizations, to reflect on how they live out the values that our nation honors. Dr. King's struggle for justice and the dangers it entailed, serves as a reminder that the work of public servants always required courage and strength to move a dream forward.