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Mamás 411 Podcast
144 - Bienvenidos a la 8va temporada

Mamás 411 Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 24, 2023 11:19


New Community Covenant Church - Logan Square - Chicago, IL
NC3 2023-01-22: How to Read the Bible (Tim White)

New Community Covenant Church - Logan Square - Chicago, IL

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 22, 2023 58:23


How to Read the Bible (Tim White) - January 22, 2023 - Speaker: Tim White - Sermon Series: How to Read the Bible - Watch Online: https://thenewcom.com/sermons/2023-01-22/how-to-read-the-bible-tim-white/

Masters of Scale with Reid Hoffman
Rapid Response: Finding untapped value in multicultural consumers, w/Blavity CEO and AfroTech founder Morgan DeBaun

Masters of Scale with Reid Hoffman

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2023 32:30


While media companies from CNN to Buzzfeed have faced layoffs, one digital network focused on Black millennials has continued to forge ahead. Morgan DeBaun, CEO of Blavity, which reaches some 100 million users through brands like Travel Noir and Afrotech, has defied the odds — repeatedly. Morgan's experience offers lessons about financial discipline and focused patience, as well as the untapped value in multicultural consumers. An adviser to big companies like American Airlines and an advocate for the Black tech community, Morgan illuminates how openness and opportunity reinforce each other, for enterprises at all scales.Read a transcript of this episode: https://mastersofscale.comSubscribe to the Masters of Scale weekly newsletter at http://eepurl.com/dlirtXSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Ask Canada Immigration Lawyer Evelyn Ackah
Dr. Brian Abelson: A Conversation About Lifelong Learning, Aging, Multicultural Living and Managing Change | Episode 50

Ask Canada Immigration Lawyer Evelyn Ackah

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2023 27:55


Calgary immigration lawyer Evelyn Ackah talks to Dr. Brian Abelson, DC, a Doctor of Chiropractic, the developer of Motion Specific Release (MSR), an International Best Selling Author, and founder of Kinetic Health in Calgary, Alberta. He is also Evelyn's chiropractor and friend. Dr. Abelson lives in a multicultural family, is a world traveller, philanthropist, marathon runner and triathlete. He has a firm belief in living a holistic lifestyle. Evelyn and Brian discussed a wide range of topics including:The benefits of curiosity and lifelong learningAging, tai chi and combining art and science as we age Canada's diversity and aging population Attitudes surrounding charity, immigration and politics Managing change and challengesDr. Abelson also teaches Tai Chi on his YouTube channel @KineticHealthOnline. Book Your Free Case Evaluation here

flavors unknown podcast
Exploring the Multi-Cultural Influences of Chef Brad Kilgore’s Food

flavors unknown podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2023 49:30


In today's episode, I talk to Chef Brad Kilgore, the Miami-based chef who has been named “Best New Chef in America” by Food and Wine Magazine. His Florida-American cooking style blends multi-cultural elements that have helped put his food on the map in Miami and beyond. You'll hear about Kilgore's childhood memories and how they influence his cooking. You'll also hear about the culinary journey that has inspired  his innovative style of cooking. He shares the details of his new restaurant MaryGold's Brasserie, his approach to cocktail pairing, and the vibrant food scene in Miami. What you'll learn from Chef Brad Kilgore The smells that remind him of his childhood 3:33 The story of his first recipe 4:09 How he got started in the restaurant business 5:12 Harnessing his creative gifts through food 6:42 His culinary influences throughout life 7:08 How his wife helped him on his journey 9:02 What he learned during his time in Italy 9:39 The culinary concepts at Marigold 11:27 What classic European food is missing 14:01 His favorite style of cooking 17:23 How travel experiences inspire his food 18:47 His most current culinary influence 21:16 How he explains the sensation of umami 22:07 Using pastry techniques to create savory dishes 23:17 How the Wynwood Food Program began 26:27 What you can find at Mary Gold's Brasserie 27:30 The multi-cultural influences he incorporates 29:49 Creative duality in the form of a dirty martini 32:57 The growing Miami food scene 34:11 What it's like to be a chef 38:40  Advice to aspiring chefs 39:53 Top restaurants in Miami 41:39 His guilty pleasure food 43:31 Most inspiring cookbooks 44:08 Kitchen pet peeves 44:38 Must-have condiments 45:32 I'd like to share a potential educational resource, "Conversations Behind the Kitchen Door", my new book that features dialogues with accomplished culinary leaders from various backgrounds and cultures. It delves into the future of culinary creativity and the hospitality industry, drawing from insights of a restaurant-industry-focused podcast, ‘flavors unknown”. It includes perspectives from renowned chefs and local professionals, making it a valuable resource for those interested in building a career in the culinary industry. Get the book here! Links to other episodes taking place in Miami Don't miss out on the chance to hear from other talented chefs and gain insight into the cuulinary world in Miami. Check out the link below for my conversation with Pastry Chef Antonio Bachour. Conversation with chef Antonio Bachour Links to most downloaded episodes (click on any picture to listen to the episode) Chef Sheldon Simeon Chef Andy Doubrava Chef Chris Kajioka Chef Suzanne Goin Click to tweet It's a harsh world out there. And there are some people that want you to succeed, and I want my team to succeed. But there are also other people that want you to get in line and follow their path. And I didn't realize that at a young age, I thought everyone was out to help each other. Maybe I was a little naive.
 Click To Tweet I want to give you something you might recognize, maybe have an element of nostalgia or recognizability. But on the palate and presentation, it's new. Click To Tweet You do need to manifest because if you want to be a restaurateur or the owner of your restaurant, it's not going to happen during dinner service on the hotline. You've got to get out of your bubble or your circle and knock on doors and let people know that's what your goals are.
 Click To Tweet I think chefs are somewhat responsible for supporting their local communities and sourcing locally when it's good and when it's quality and when it's in season. Click To Tweet Social media Chef Brad Kilgore Instagram Facebook

Church News
Inside Church Headquarters: The Presiding Bishopric and their role to provide temporal support to the divine mission of the Church

Church News

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2023 39:27


The Church News recently launched a new Inside Church Headquarters series focusing on the work of the Presiding Bishopric of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Under the direction of the First Presidency, the Presiding Bishopric manages the temporal affairs of the Church, including — among many responsibilities — the building and maintenance of meetinghouses and temples, the distribution of humanitarian aid, and the production and distribution of gospel resources such as scriptures and hymnbooks. This episode of the Church News podcast includes excerpts from recent interviews with members of the Presiding Bishopric. As part of those interviews, Presiding Bishop Gérald Caussé, and his counselors — Bishop W. Christopher Waddell and Bishop L. Todd Budge — answer the critical question, “What does the Presiding Bishopric do?” as they support the temporal, and thus spiritual, affairs of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. The Church News Podcast is a weekly podcast that invites listeners to make a journey of connection with members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints across the globe. Host Sarah Jane Weaver, reporter and editor for The Church News for a quarter-century, shares a unique view of the stories, events, and most important people who form this international faith. With each episode, listeners are asked to embark on a journey to learn from one another and ponder, “What do I know now?” because of the experience. Produced by KellieAnn Halvorsen.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

New Community Covenant Church - Logan Square - Chicago, IL
NC3 2023-01-15: How to Read the Bible (Kevin Swanson)

New Community Covenant Church - Logan Square - Chicago, IL

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 15, 2023 39:35


How to Read the Bible (Kevin Swanson) - 1/15/2023 - Speaker: Sermons - Sermon Series: How to Read the Bible - Watch Online: https://thenewcom.com/sermons/2023-01-15/how-to-read-the-bible-kevin-swanson/

BEYOND BARRIERS
Episode 246: Owning Your Power with Jennifer Brown, Founder and CEO of Jennifer Brown Consulting (JBC)

BEYOND BARRIERS

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2023 57:33


Jennifer Brown's path in life unexpectedly changed early on. She thought she would find her fulfillment as an opera singer, but fate had other plans. After experiencing issues with her singing voice, she now helps everyone around her find their own unique voices in work and life. This podcast is jam-packed with insights about thriving in today's workplace. As an expert in diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI), Jennifer shares with us how she finds motivation and creates communities of inclusion. She thinks it's important that you let your voice be heard and find out what you're a leader in. Jennifer gives us great tips on developing your own personal brand and standing up in your power. She talks to us about how she connects talent with companies and gives back to her community through education. She doesn't really believe in gurus because she feels there is wisdom in all of us. Join us as we learn so much more from Jennifer. Visit gobeyondbarriers.com where you will find show notes and links to all the resources in this episode, including the best way to get in touch with Jennifer. Highlights: [02:53] How the performing arts paved Jennifer's path [09:14] Becoming an expert in the DEI space [15:03] Motivating self and others [19:29] Working with a diverse team [23:05] Developing your own brand and owning your power [35:00] Creating a community of inclusion [43:12] Letting all voices be heard [46:54] Lightning round questions Quotes: “As adults, we have to be able to connect concepts to our learned experience.” – Jennifer Brown “Be willing to be shaped by the moment.” – Jennifer Brown “A lot of us write our own books to figure out our own story.” – Jennifer Brown Lightning Round Questions: What book has greatly influenced you? - “Flawless Consulting” by Peter Block What is your favorite inspiring quote or saying? - Say yes, and go figure out how. What is one word or moniker you would use to describe yourself? - Light and illuminating What is one change you've implanted that made your life better? - Digging deep to build my team. What power song would you want playing as you walk out onto a stage? - “Golden” by Jill Scott About Jennifer Brown: Jennifer Brown (she/her) is an award-winning entrepreneur, speaker, author, and diversity and inclusion expert who is deeply passionate about building more inclusive workplaces where more of us can feel welcomed, valued, respected, and heard. As the Founder and CEO of Jennifer Brown Consulting (JBC), a certified woman- and LGBT-owned firm, Jennifer and her team design and execute inclusion strategies that have been implemented by some of the biggest companies and nonprofits in the world.  She is also the bestselling author of two books, Inclusion: Diversity, The New Workplace and The Will to Change (2017) and How To Be An Inclusive Leader: Your Role in Creating Cultures of Belonging Where Everyone Can Thrive (2019), a shortlist winner of the O.W.L. Award, and winner of the 2019 Nautilus Book Awards' Business & Leadership category. She also recently co-authored a groundbreaking book on diversity, equity and inclusion in society with thought leader and fellow bestselling author, Rohit Bhargava. The book, Beyond Diversity: 12 Non-Obvious Ways To Build A More Inclusive World, is a 2022 Axiom Award Gold Medal Winner in the Women/BIPOC Category, a Wall Street Journal bestseller, a 2022 Nautilus Silver Award Winner in the Multicultural and Indigenous Category, a 2022 Hermes Creative Awards Platinum Winner, a 2022 Foreword Indies Awards Finalist in the Multicultural Category, and one of Inc Magazine's 22 Books to Read (or Reread) in 2022. Jennifer's podcast, The Will to Change, is downloaded by nearly 15,000 listeners per month, and she is a sought-after keynote speaker and expert for leading research institutions and business schools. She lives in New York City with her partner of over 20 years, Michelle. You can learn more at www.jenniferbrownspeaks.com. Links: Website: https://jenniferbrownspeaks.com LinkedIn URL: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jenniferbrownconsulting Twitter: https://twitter.com/jenniferbrown Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/jenniferbrownspeaks/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jenniferbrownspeaks

Cup Of Nurses
Nursing in Chicago & Thailand Trip | Nurse Debriefing EP28

Cup Of Nurses

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2023 18:47


We're excited to announce that this will be our last Nurse Debrief in the United States as we leave for Thailand! But don't worry; we'll be back, of course. We need to take some time off from travel nursing and enjoy some sun! So, Thailand, here we come! If you want to be a part of our debrief podcast episodes, all you got to do is hit us up, and we'll be happy to have you on with us and share your nursing experiences! Send us a DM, comment, or email if you want to join us in our episodes. We will be waiting for you! We are back in Chicago for this debrief, and it got us thinking about how it was for us as nurses working in Chi. We started our careers here and often stayed working during the cold months. Don't get us wrong, though; Chicago is one of the most beautiful cities here in the US, and the skyline doesn't compare to any city. But Matt and I agree that being in California is different than working here. The breaks and nursing resources are different. But compared to all the hospitals, as far as nursing goes, it's quite the same. Chicago is more trauma heavy as there is violence and crime. And if you want to learn more about our nursing experiences here in Chicago and our travel plans, keep watching! All of these and more on this Cup of Nurses Debriefing episode

Permission to Be Honest
Patriarchy & Masculinity

Permission to Be Honest

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 9, 2023 64:31


In this episode, we talk about the effects that living in a patriarchal society can have on men (instead of just focusing on how it affects women). We discuss how men have both masculine and feminine qualities and energies and how important it is to have a balance between the two.  We also discuss how it's not just men who are responsible for our society being the way it is. In reality, women may not be ready for men to be vulnerable, share their emotions, and feel scared. The deeper you go, the more you realize that it's not the individual who is flawed but rather the system.

New Community Covenant Church - Logan Square - Chicago, IL
NC3 2023-01-08: “How to Read the Bible” 1.8.23

New Community Covenant Church - Logan Square - Chicago, IL

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 8, 2023 49:11


“How to Read the Bible” 1.8.23 - - Speaker: Pastor David Swanson - Sermon Series: - Watch Online: https://thenewcom.com/sermons/2023-01-08/how-to-read-the-bible-1-8-23/

New Community Covenant Church - Logan Square - Chicago, IL
NC3 2023-01-01: Testimony Sunday 2023

New Community Covenant Church - Logan Square - Chicago, IL

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 1, 2023 62:41


Testimony Sunday 2023 - Jan 01, 2023 - Speaker: Testimony Sunday - Sermon Series: - Watch Online: https://thenewcom.com/sermons/2023-01-01/testimony-sunday-2023/

Behavior Analysis in Practice- The Podcast
S4E5: Culturally Sensitive Behavior Intervention Materials: A Tutorial for Practicing Behavior Analysts Shannon Martinez and Amanda Mahoney

Behavior Analysis in Practice- The Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 26, 2022 71:14


Shannon Martinez and Amanda Mahoney join us to talk about their paper, Culturally Sensitive Behavior Intervention Materials: A Tutorial for Practicing Behavior Analysts   Show Notes   Remember to join us on Facebook to suggest articles to review and questions for authors. https://www.facebook.com/BApractice Acknowledgments Host and Executive Producer: Cody Morris, Ph.D., BCBA-D, LBA https://salve.edu/users/dr-cody-morris Assistant Producers Elizabeth Narvaez Jesse Perrin Organizational Support ABAI https://www.abainternational.org/welcome.aspx Behavior Analysis in Practice Editor, Stephanie Peterson, Ph.D., BCBA-D, LBA https://www.abainternational.org/journals/bap.aspx Music Cruising Altitude by Jim Carr and his band New Latitude http://www.newlatitudemusic.com Link to Article https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s40617-022-00703-x Links from Talk How to be Antiracist Book - https://www.amazon.com/How-Be-Antiracist-Ibram-Kendi/dp/0525509283 References   Catagnus, R., Simpson, M., Grant, H., & Rock, D. (2020). The FACT model: A framework for managing cognitive capacity. corporate membership. https://membership.neuroleadership.com/material/the-fact-model-a-framework-for-managing-cognitive-capacity/   Centers for Disease Control & Prevention [CDC]. (2009). Simply put: A guide for creating easy-to-understand materials (9th ed.). https://www.cdc.gov/healthliteracy/pdf/simply_put.pdf   Hughes E., F., & Tanaka, S. (2013). Multicultural alliance of behavior analysis standards for cultural competence in behavior analysis. International Journal of Behavioral Consultation and Therapy, 8, 17-19. https://doi.org/10.1037/h0100970   Leeman, J., Skelly, A. H., Burns, D., Carlson, J., & Soward, A. (2008). Tailoring a diabetes self-care intervention for use with older, rural african american women. The Diabetes Educator, 34(2), 310–317. https://doi.org/10.1177/0145721708316623   Martinez, S. & Mahoney, A. (2022). Culturally sensitive behavior intervention materials: A tutorial for practicing behavior analysts. Behavior Analysis in Practice, 15, 516–540. https://doi.org/10.1007/s40617-022-00703-x   Resnicow, K., Baranowski, T., Ahluwalia, J. S., & Braithwaite, R. L. (1999). Cultural sensitivity in public health: Defined and demystified. Ethnicity & Disease, 9(1), 10–21.   Singelis, T. M., Garcia, R. I., Barker, J. C., & Davis, R. E. (2018). An experimental test of the two-dimensional theory of cultural sensitivity in health communication. Journal of Health Communication, 23(4), 321–328. https://doi.org/10.1080/10810730.2018.1443526   Tanaka-Matsumi, J., Seiden, D. Y., & Lam, K. N. (1996). The culturally informed functional assessment (CIFA) interview: A strategy for cross-cultural behavioral practice. Cognitive & Behavioral Practice, 3(2), 215–233. https://doi.org/10.1016/S1077-7229(96)80015-0

Mindfulness Mode
Sentiments Of An Award-Winning Writer; Jennifer Steil

Mindfulness Mode

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 26, 2022 51:13


Jennifer Steil is the author of Exile Music, which won the Grand Prize in the Eyelands 2020 Book Awards; the Multicultural and Historical novel International Book Awards; and was a finalist for the Lambda Literary Lesbian Fiction Award and the Bisexual Book Award. Previous books include The Ambassador's Wife, which won the 2013 William Faulkner-William Wisdom Creative Writing Competition Best Novel award, the 2016 Phillip McMath Post Publication book award, and was a finalist for the Bisexual Book Award and the Lascaux Novel Award., and The Woman Who Fell From the Sky. Listen & Subscribe on: iTunes / Stitcher / Podbean / Overcast / Spotify Contact Info Website: www.jennifersteil.net Book: The Ambassador's Wife: A Novel Book: Exile Music: A Novel Book: The Woman Who Fell from the Sky: An American Woman's Adventures in the Oldest City on Earth Most Influential Person Glennon Doyle Effect on Emotions I suppose I'm less anxious, I'm more able to ground myself in moments of panic, whatever I'm panicking about. So I think it helps me be less reactive and less defensive. Thoughts on Breathing I was kidnapped at gunpoint when six months pregnant. And it was yoga breathing that saved me and my daughter. And I remind her, every time she makes fun of me when I'm doing yoga, I say yoga saved your life, which is breathing saved your life because it helped me. Sentiments Of An Award-Winning Writer Because of the stress of that situation, I was having premature contractions. And I was worried I was about to lose her. And so I had to calm down. It was a matter of life or death. I didn't know that the only way I knew how to calm myself down is breathing. Suggested Resources Book: The Ambassador's Wife: A Novel Book: Exile Music: A Novel Book: The Woman Who Fell from the Sky: An American Woman's Adventures in the Oldest City on Earth App: Calm Bullying Story My daughter has actually had a terrible time in three different schools with bullying. And I felt quite powerless to help. We got the school involved, we got teachers involved, and yet, it didn't help. I would love to hear your thoughts on how to help a child who's in that situation, I think, when I was growing up, I never listened to the word bullying. We just didn't talk about it that way. When I look back at my childhood, I was not a popular child, I had no social skills. I was bookish, I was awkward. And people made fun of me a lot. I remember in the girl's room in third grade, girls climbing over the top of the stall to make fun of me, on the toilet. They make up rhymes about me on the playground. In seventh grade, they made fun of me, because I did well in school, which was not a popular thing to do. I mean, one positive thing I see in my daughter's schools is actually the most popular kids also are the ones who work the hardest. And I'm like that was not the case. When I was little, it was cool to be a slacker. It was not fantastic to work hard. Related Episodes Build Better Relationships With Author Bryan Falchuk The Way Of Effortless Mindfulness With Author Loch Kelly Hope For Recovery With Author Hope Andersen Special Offer Are you experiencing anxiety & stress? Peace is within your grasp. I'm Bruce Langford, a practicing coach, and hypnotist helping fast-track people like you to shed their inner bully and move forward with confidence. Book a Free Coaching Session to get you on the road to a more satisfying life, feeling grounded and focused. Send me an email at bruce@mindfulnessmode.com with ‘Transition' in the subject line. We'll set up a zoom call and talk about how you can move forward to a better life

Lead On Podcast
Leading Multicultural Teams

Lead On Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 25, 2022 27:12


Dr. Iorg applies and expands the lessons of Patrick Lencioni's "The Five Dysfunctions of a Team" to multicultural teams.

MediaVillage's Insider InSites podcast on Media, Marketing and Advertising
Multicultural TV Talk - Analisa Velez, "The Game", Paramount+

MediaVillage's Insider InSites podcast on Media, Marketing and Advertising

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2022 12:42


For our final episode of the year, we are delighted to be joined by actress, singer and producer Analisa Velez, star of Paramount+ series The Game to talk all about season two of the revival series. As this was Velez's first series regular role, she harkens back to her audition for the role, remembering that she made it a goal to have fun with it. “It was one of the first auditions where I just dove in. I gave it everything I had and didn't care to be right, I wanted to make her this person I'm really excited to be and they're gonna have a good time watching it! As artists, you have to come back to that [inner] child.”    She also reflected on how equally excited and nervous she was when first arriving to set and meeting the stars of the series whom she had watched in the original run in 2006. “I remember my makeup artist had to constantly help me reapply because I kept crying, I kept thinking to myself, ‘I made it.' I remember seeing Wendy [Raquel Robinson] and Hosea [Chanchez] thinking ‘oh my god, that's Tasha, that's Malik' and having these inner freak-out moments. I was just so excited!”   New episodes of The Game are available to stream Thursdays on Paramount+

Permission to Be Honest
Victim Mentality

Permission to Be Honest

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 19, 2022 62:02


In this episode, we discuss the difference between being a victim and being persecuted. Kara opens up about her past trauma and how she's worked her way through it. One of the key takeaways from this episode is that we can never control how someone treats us but what we can control is how we respond to it. We can take charge of our own lives to get out of the victim mentality and into a place of empowerment.Resources:https://permission-to-be-honest.simplecast.com/episodes/youre-responsible-for-your-own-happiness

New Community Covenant Church - Logan Square - Chicago, IL
NC3 2022-12-18: Joyful Expectation #3

New Community Covenant Church - Logan Square - Chicago, IL

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 18, 2022 35:36


Joyful Expectation #3 - 12/18/2022 - Speaker: Sermons - Sermon Series: - Watch Online: https://thenewcom.com/sermons/2022-12-18/joyful-expectation-3/

New Books in Chinese Studies
Jingjing Li, "Comparing Husserl's Phenomenology and Chinese Yogacara in a Multicultural World: A Journey Beyond Orientalism" (Bloomsbury, 2022)

New Books in Chinese Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 17, 2022 56:33


Comparing Husserl's Phenomenology and Chinese Yogacara in a Multicultural World: A Journey Beyond Orientalism by Jingjing Li (Bloomsbury, 2022) starts its investigation with a longstanding question in the comparative studies of phenomenology and Yogacara. While phenomenology and Yogacara Buddhism are both known for their investigations of consciousness, there exists a core tension between them: phenomenology affirms the existence of essence, whereas Yogacara Buddhism argues that everything is empty of essence (svabhava). How is constructive cultural exchange possible when traditions hold such contradictory views? Answering this question and positioning both philosophical traditions in their respective intellectual and linguistic contexts, Jingjing Li argues that what Edmund Husserl means by essence differs from what Chinese Yogacarins mean by svabhava, partly because Husserl problematises the substantialist understanding of essence in European philosophy. Furthermore, she reveals that Chinese Yogacara has developed an account of self-transformation, ethics and social ontology that renders it much more than simply a Buddhist version of Husserlian phenomenology. Detailing the process of finding a middle ground between the two traditions, this book demonstrates how both can thrive together in order to overcome Orientalism. Jessica Zu is an Assistant Professor in the School of Religion at USC Dornsife. She specializes in modern Chinese Yogācāra and Buddhist social philosophy. You can find her on Twitter @JessicaZu7 or email her at xzu@usc.edu. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/chinese-studies

New Books in Religion
Jingjing Li, "Comparing Husserl's Phenomenology and Chinese Yogacara in a Multicultural World: A Journey Beyond Orientalism" (Bloomsbury, 2022)

New Books in Religion

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 17, 2022 56:33


Comparing Husserl's Phenomenology and Chinese Yogacara in a Multicultural World: A Journey Beyond Orientalism by Jingjing Li (Bloomsbury, 2022) starts its investigation with a longstanding question in the comparative studies of phenomenology and Yogacara. While phenomenology and Yogacara Buddhism are both known for their investigations of consciousness, there exists a core tension between them: phenomenology affirms the existence of essence, whereas Yogacara Buddhism argues that everything is empty of essence (svabhava). How is constructive cultural exchange possible when traditions hold such contradictory views? Answering this question and positioning both philosophical traditions in their respective intellectual and linguistic contexts, Jingjing Li argues that what Edmund Husserl means by essence differs from what Chinese Yogacarins mean by svabhava, partly because Husserl problematises the substantialist understanding of essence in European philosophy. Furthermore, she reveals that Chinese Yogacara has developed an account of self-transformation, ethics and social ontology that renders it much more than simply a Buddhist version of Husserlian phenomenology. Detailing the process of finding a middle ground between the two traditions, this book demonstrates how both can thrive together in order to overcome Orientalism. Jessica Zu is an Assistant Professor in the School of Religion at USC Dornsife. She specializes in modern Chinese Yogācāra and Buddhist social philosophy. You can find her on Twitter @JessicaZu7 or email her at xzu@usc.edu. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/religion

New Books in Buddhist Studies
Jingjing Li, "Comparing Husserl's Phenomenology and Chinese Yogacara in a Multicultural World: A Journey Beyond Orientalism" (Bloomsbury, 2022)

New Books in Buddhist Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 17, 2022 56:33


Comparing Husserl's Phenomenology and Chinese Yogacara in a Multicultural World: A Journey Beyond Orientalism by Jingjing Li (Bloomsbury, 2022) starts its investigation with a longstanding question in the comparative studies of phenomenology and Yogacara. While phenomenology and Yogacara Buddhism are both known for their investigations of consciousness, there exists a core tension between them: phenomenology affirms the existence of essence, whereas Yogacara Buddhism argues that everything is empty of essence (svabhava). How is constructive cultural exchange possible when traditions hold such contradictory views? Answering this question and positioning both philosophical traditions in their respective intellectual and linguistic contexts, Jingjing Li argues that what Edmund Husserl means by essence differs from what Chinese Yogacarins mean by svabhava, partly because Husserl problematises the substantialist understanding of essence in European philosophy. Furthermore, she reveals that Chinese Yogacara has developed an account of self-transformation, ethics and social ontology that renders it much more than simply a Buddhist version of Husserlian phenomenology. Detailing the process of finding a middle ground between the two traditions, this book demonstrates how both can thrive together in order to overcome Orientalism. Jessica Zu is an Assistant Professor in the School of Religion at USC Dornsife. She specializes in modern Chinese Yogācāra and Buddhist social philosophy. You can find her on Twitter @JessicaZu7 or email her at xzu@usc.edu. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/buddhist-studies

New Books Network
Jingjing Li, "Comparing Husserl's Phenomenology and Chinese Yogacara in a Multicultural World: A Journey Beyond Orientalism" (Bloomsbury, 2022)

New Books Network

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 17, 2022 56:33


Comparing Husserl's Phenomenology and Chinese Yogacara in a Multicultural World: A Journey Beyond Orientalism by Jingjing Li (Bloomsbury, 2022) starts its investigation with a longstanding question in the comparative studies of phenomenology and Yogacara. While phenomenology and Yogacara Buddhism are both known for their investigations of consciousness, there exists a core tension between them: phenomenology affirms the existence of essence, whereas Yogacara Buddhism argues that everything is empty of essence (svabhava). How is constructive cultural exchange possible when traditions hold such contradictory views? Answering this question and positioning both philosophical traditions in their respective intellectual and linguistic contexts, Jingjing Li argues that what Edmund Husserl means by essence differs from what Chinese Yogacarins mean by svabhava, partly because Husserl problematises the substantialist understanding of essence in European philosophy. Furthermore, she reveals that Chinese Yogacara has developed an account of self-transformation, ethics and social ontology that renders it much more than simply a Buddhist version of Husserlian phenomenology. Detailing the process of finding a middle ground between the two traditions, this book demonstrates how both can thrive together in order to overcome Orientalism. Jessica Zu is an Assistant Professor in the School of Religion at USC Dornsife. She specializes in modern Chinese Yogācāra and Buddhist social philosophy. You can find her on Twitter @JessicaZu7 or email her at xzu@usc.edu. 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 Intellectual History
Jingjing Li, "Comparing Husserl's Phenomenology and Chinese Yogacara in a Multicultural World: A Journey Beyond Orientalism" (Bloomsbury, 2022)

New Books in Intellectual History

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 17, 2022 56:33


Comparing Husserl's Phenomenology and Chinese Yogacara in a Multicultural World: A Journey Beyond Orientalism by Jingjing Li (Bloomsbury, 2022) starts its investigation with a longstanding question in the comparative studies of phenomenology and Yogacara. While phenomenology and Yogacara Buddhism are both known for their investigations of consciousness, there exists a core tension between them: phenomenology affirms the existence of essence, whereas Yogacara Buddhism argues that everything is empty of essence (svabhava). How is constructive cultural exchange possible when traditions hold such contradictory views? Answering this question and positioning both philosophical traditions in their respective intellectual and linguistic contexts, Jingjing Li argues that what Edmund Husserl means by essence differs from what Chinese Yogacarins mean by svabhava, partly because Husserl problematises the substantialist understanding of essence in European philosophy. Furthermore, she reveals that Chinese Yogacara has developed an account of self-transformation, ethics and social ontology that renders it much more than simply a Buddhist version of Husserlian phenomenology. Detailing the process of finding a middle ground between the two traditions, this book demonstrates how both can thrive together in order to overcome Orientalism. Jessica Zu is an Assistant Professor in the School of Religion at USC Dornsife. She specializes in modern Chinese Yogācāra and Buddhist social philosophy. You can find her on Twitter @JessicaZu7 or email her at xzu@usc.edu. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/intellectual-history

Dirty Chai Chats
S4 Ep:7 Mixed Feelings: Sex and Dating when You're Multicultural

Dirty Chai Chats

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2022 37:55


In collaboration with AMPT (Association of Mixed People at Tufts), join Sex Health Rep Jessica and three special guests from AMPT: Kailani, Ian, and Alex, to talk about the intersections of being mixed race/ethnicity/culture with sex, dating, and love! Learn about our identity crises, differing attitudes of sex in a multicultural households, interracial dating, fetishization, and more. This episode of Dirty Chai Chats was produced and edited by Sex Health Rep Jessica. To learn more about AMPT: Follow us on Instagram @ampt.tufts Join our E-list here to be updated about our events, discussions, and bondings! Check out our linktree! To learn more about Tufts Sex Health Reps Visit: Sex Health Reps Instagram SHR's linktree Join Our E-list

MediaVillage's Insider InSites podcast on Media, Marketing and Advertising
Multicultural TV Talk - Constance Marie on her reunion with George Lopez on NBC's "Lopez vs Lopez"

MediaVillage's Insider InSites podcast on Media, Marketing and Advertising

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2022 10:03


Television and film star Constance Marie joins us just before the holidays to talk all about her guest-starring role in the upcoming Christmas episode of NBC's Lopez vs. Lopez, where she plays a member of George's ex-wife's extended family visiting for noche buena (Christmas Eve). Constance originally starred alongside George Lopez in his self-titled sitcom for six seasons before it was abruptly canceled in 2007 and during our conversation, she reflects on how far Hispanic and Latine representation has come since her early career days, what it was like reuniting with George and several other co-stars from their previous show, and    “Brownface isn't happening as much,” she said. “They used to slap a little bronzer on Catherine Zeta-Jones or George Hamilton and all of a sudden they're Latino! Glenn Close played a Latina, Anjelica Houston, and Marisa Tomei. Now we actually get to be in our own storylines. Before they'd write this great [script] and not even see Latinos for it. You can't do that with any other ethnicity, but it doesn't happen as much. The time for that is over.”   Having been part of so many trailblazing projects for Latinx representation, from PBS' American Family or The George Lopez Show to 1997's Selena, we asked Constance who made her feel represented growing up, and the actress had this to say. “There wasn't any really, except for one and it was profound. It was Lynda Carter in Wonder Woman, because I found out she was half Mexican-American and I was like “yes! Some representation that I love!” Once I found that out, it made me feel like I had a place. I don't think people realize that if you don't see yourself reflected, you don't feel include or a part of this wonderful melting pot of America.”   Lopez vs Lopez airs Fridays at 8pm ET on NBC, available to stream next day on Peacock.  

The J Curve
Marcos Salama / Inventa on his key learnings from scaling Rappi's grocery business, focusing on growth, building multicultural organization at Inventa and

The J Curve

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 12, 2022 29:32


December 12: For the final episode of the J Curve in 2022 I am thrilled to bring you my conversation with Marcos Salama, founder and CEO at Inventa, Brazil's leading digital marketplace for small retailers and suppliers in Latin America that has raised over $80m in venture capital from the likes of Greylock, a16z, Founders Fund, Tiger Global, monashees, One VC and MAYA.In today's episode we will learn:  1. What are the unique challenges of building and scaling a B2B marketplace solution in Latin America?2. How did the product-market fit look like for Inventa?3. What is Inventa's high growth playbook? What are the key challenges of managing high pace of growth for Marcos and Inventa's leadership team? 4. What are the ultimate benefits of building a multicultural team from day Zero? How does being hybrid and multicultural impact corporate culture at Inventa?5. What's Marcos's take on the future of Inventa if everything goes right?

Intentionally International
Episode 13: Rev. Dan Morrow and Denominational Identity in a Multi-Cultural Environment

Intentionally International

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 12, 2022 17:20


We talk with the Rev. Dan Morrow at Church of the Ascension in Munich, Germany. The Church of the Ascension has existed (on and off due to wars) in Munich […]

Luke Ford
How To Be English In A Multi-Cultural World (12-11-22)

Luke Ford

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 11, 2022 7:13


"Eating together, our most basic common activity, has become less prevalent in households of all kinds. By contrast, we go to the football match together and not just as a single unstructured mob, but as couples, families of all kinds in various cross-generational combinations, as well as in loose skeins of acquaintance and tight networks of friends: less than 10 percent of football crowds go to the game alone. We also, increasingly, live apart. The long-term polarization in the distribution of wealth, in England, combined with the geography of the housing market and schools, has produced a society in which rich and poor, indeed every gradation of the class culture, are less likely to live and learn in a broad social mix. 9 Football, by contrast, remains a place of social mixing, where crowds gather and make space, if only for a short moment, truly public. * John Crace described the close connection between his mental well-being and going to the football. “At the best of times the idea of milling with crowds of shoppers on the high street makes me anxious and homicidal. Yet even when I'm nuts, I feel safe in a football crowd: over and beyond a sense of common purpose. I feel as if I am in a bubble, where there's nothing getting between me and the moment . . . there is no me: only football. It is the most perfect time off, time out from myself.”" The Ball is Round: A Global History of Soccer, https://lukeford.net/blog/?p=146473 The Game of Our Lives: The Meaning And Making Of English Football, https://lukeford.net/blog/?p=146471 WP: Kanye West's hate-spewing, career-tanking descent through the alt-media, https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/us/ye-s-hate-spewing-career-tanking-descent-through-the-alt-media/ar-AA157LPl FT columnist quits twitter because it is low status, https://www.ft.com/content/8a040159-502d-491d-8ad3-2200609dae71 https://forward.com/culture/527354/hitler-demon-president-biden-tweet-kanye-west-nick-fuentes-trump/ https://www.angelfire.com/mt/talmud/three.html https://www.angelfire.com/mt/talmud/gentiles.html https://www.washingtonpost.com/dc-md-va/2022/12/09/reopening-mass-shootings-walmart-club-q/ https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/us/ye-s-hate-spewing-career-tanking-descent-through-the-alt-media/ar-AA157LPl https://anchor.fm/aksubversive/episodes/Steve-Sailer---A-Lifetime-Of-Noticing-e1rsv89 https://radixjournal.substack.com/p/good-times https://twitter.com/RichardBSpencer/status/1599928437862707201 https://twitter.com/RichardBSpencer/status/1598421835032694785 https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wormwood_(miniseries) https://www.news.com.au/world/i-see-good-things-about-hitler-hooded-kanye-west-praises-nazis-to-alex-jones/video/3762f3f7c70b608e10d7eb7218280a0f https://www.npr.org/2022/12/02/1140218872/ye-antisemitism-alex-jones-podcast https://www.news.com.au/entertainment/celebrity-life/i-see-good-things-about-hitler-hooded-kanye-west-praises-nazis-during-alex-jones-interview/news-story/212fda46cfbfab052849e51d77059184 https://radixjournal.substack.com/p/shady-characters https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2022/nov/30/milo-yiannopoulos-nick-fuentes-donald-trump-dinner https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Caduceus https://www.abc.net.au/news/2022-11-27/donald-trump-criticised-after-meeting-kanye-west-and-nick-fuente/101703374 https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2022/nov/26/trump-nick-fuentes-dinner-reaction

New Community Covenant Church - Logan Square - Chicago, IL
NC3 2022-12-11: Joyful Expectations 12.11.22

New Community Covenant Church - Logan Square - Chicago, IL

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 11, 2022 38:25


Joyful Expectations 12.11.22 - - Speaker: Sermons - Sermon Series: - Watch Online: https://thenewcom.com/sermons/2022-12-11/joyful-expectations-12-11-22/

MediaVillage's Insider InSites podcast on Media, Marketing and Advertising
Multicultural TV Talk - Rick Sanchez, Emmy-winning journalist, author & host

MediaVillage's Insider InSites podcast on Media, Marketing and Advertising

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 5, 2022 22:41


We are thrilled to be joined by the CEO of Agua Media, an Emmy-winning journalist, author, and podcast host, Rick Sanchez, whose career spans nearly 30 years as an anchor on CNN, FOX News, NBC, Univision, and iHeartRadio. Our conversation with Rick ranges from Hispanic representation in entertainment to the current state of news and media, and the many changes that have to be made to improve how Hispanics are perceived.    “We're 20% of the population and are cast less than 4% of the time in movies,” he shared, citing USC Annenberg's Hispanic and Latino Representation in Film: Erasure On Screen & Behind The Camera. “It's not representative of who we are in the country. And when they do cast as us, 37-40% of the time we're cast as a criminal. Another 20-30% of the time… it's as a domestic worker. If that's how they paint us, that's what all people are going to think we are.”    Speaking on the contributions that Hispanics and Latinx make in the US and the skewed perception depicted in the news and media, Rick shared, “We are the 5th largest GDP in the world and the 3rd fastest-growing GDP, behind only China and India, and ahead of the United States. 80% of Latinos are U.S. citizens and 95% of Latinos under the age of 41 speak English. These are facts and nobody knows them. Instead, they think we're just a bunch of guys jumping a fence or swimming in a river who got here last week and are just sitting around watching Telemundo. It's really weird.”    Watch our full interview with Rick Sanchez above, and tune in to The Rick Sanchez Podcast at AguaMedia.com or wherever you get your podcasts.   

Homeschool Conversations with Humility and Doxology
Christmas Traditions: Peace Apples (in both English and Spanish)

Homeschool Conversations with Humility and Doxology

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 5, 2022 7:02


Rachel from Seven in All brings a special bilingual contribution to our Advent audioblog series! Listen as she discusses the Christmas tradition of Peace Apples, first in English and then in Spanish. Get your own copy of Rachel's Christmas Calendar: In English: https://www.wheredyoulearnthat.com/shop/p/christmas-calendar-bundle-english In Spanish: https://www.wheredyoulearnthat.com/shop/p/calendario-navideo-bundle-spanish Rachel was homeschooled from PreK through 12th grade, but apparently that wasn't enough. Today, she's a second-generation homeschooler who also runs a Youtube channel, Seven in All, where she talks about practical recommendations and resources for building a joy-filled homeschool. She's also a homeschool curriculum writer, who, after writing content for larger curriculum companies, has launched her own site where she sells affordable homeschool resources, in multiple languages (mainly English and Spanish, with hopes of more Mandarin Chinese offerings in the future!). You can find her on Instagram @SevenInAllFamily Don't miss my previous Homeschool Conversations episode with Rachel, "Multilingual, Multicultural, Multigenerational Homeschooling": https://www.humilityanddoxology.com/rachel-seven-in-all/ Find more homeschool family Advent and Christmas resources here: https://www.humilityanddoxology.com/advent/ --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/humilityanddoxology/message

Permission to Be Honest
Love is Love With Carolyn Fischer

Permission to Be Honest

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 5, 2022 65:06


In this episode, we interview a friend and past neighbor, Carolyn Fischer! We dive straight into Carolyn's life and the LGBTQ+ community. Carolyn shares her story about her relationship with her ex-husband where she made decisions based on social norms and expectations. Now she's happily married to her wife and is finally making decisions based on love – and her whole world has changed for the better because of it.Resources:Carolyn's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/carolyntje/https://permission-to-be-honest.simplecast.com/episodes/exposure-pt-1https://permission-to-be-honest.simplecast.com/episodes/exposure-pt-2

MENTOR360
La Diversidad Multicultural Remota - Gabriela Ormeño Guzmán - Trabajo Remoto Exitoso - MENTOR360

MENTOR360

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2022 22:58


¿Cómo desarrollarse con éxito en entornos de trabajo remoto? Esta semana nos acompaña la experta en Recursos Humanos y especialista en trabajo remoto y liderazgo digital, Gabriela Ormeño Guzmán, para darnos toda una serie de directivas de cómo trabajar y liderar remotamente con éxito. En este cuarto episodio de la serie Gabriela explora un tema cada vez más importante: cómo integrar diversidad cultural en nuestro trabajo remoto y la importancia de interesarnos y empatizar con nuestros compañeros de otras latitudes.Sigue y contacta a Gabriela Ormeño Guzmán en su LinkedIn y su Instagram. También mucha más información en su web: FlodeRH.com Puedes seguirme a mí también en mi web librosparaemprendedores.net y en mi Instagram: @librosparaemprendedores Déjanos 5 estrellas para ayudarnos a llegar todavía a más gente: MENTOR360 en Spotify y MENTOR360 en Apple Podcasts. Participa activamente etiquetándome a mí y a nuestros mentores en Instagram (@librosparaemprendedores) y comentando sobre los temas que vamos viendo todos los días aquí, en MENTOR360. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Mamás 411 Podcast
141 - Invitada: Janint Mendoza Young. Escritora mexicana radicada en los Estados Unidos

Mamás 411 Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2022 27:28


Invitada: Janint Mendoza Young Escritora mexicana radicada en los Estados UnidosLa encuentras en :https://www.janintwrites.comhttps://www.facebook.com/JanintWriteshttps://www.instagram.com/janintwrites/

MediaVillage's Insider InSites podcast on Media, Marketing and Advertising
Multicultural TV Talk - Alex Rich, FX on Hulu's "The Patient"

MediaVillage's Insider InSites podcast on Media, Marketing and Advertising

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2022 13:54


Critics Choice Award nominee Alex Rich joins us to talk all about his physically and emotionally taxing role on the chilling FX on Hulu series The Patient where he worked alongside Steve Carrell, Domhnall Gleeson, and Linda Emond (you can see our interview with Linda here) as Elias, who falls victim to Gleeson's psychotic, homicidal character Sam.   Despite the heavy subject material, Alex describes his experience as “high stakes with a small cast, and the episodes read as a play. You're in one set and staying in the emotional peaks and valleys of these people in a confined area.”   As his character Elias is captured, tied and blindfolded by Sam, Alex explained that he did all he could between takes and off set to keep a calm demeanor to not exhaust himself from the long days of shooting as his character is almost constantly under duress. “Staying in that space for days on end can be taxing. It was a really dynamic place to try to stay in. That experience, every actor should have the good fortune to sit in because it was a challenge but in the right ways.”   “Domhnall is such a great guy and that made it easier,” he said of working with the actor in a very intense role. “I can't see what's happening because of [the blindfold] but Domhnall would come in and authentically scare me. He'd do something unexpected and it was really intimidating. He's scary! But we're able to separate the person from the character and he's lovely.”   The Patient is now streaming on Hulu.  

The Conference Room with Simon Lader
Episode 81 - Scaling a Multinational Startup in a Multicultural World by Ohad Mandelbaum

The Conference Room with Simon Lader

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2022 43:09


In this week's episode, we welcome the Chief Revenue Officer of cybersecurity vendor Perimeter 81, Ohad Mandelbaum as he shares his secrets and strategies for growing start-ups into multi-million dollar companies KEY TAKEAWAYS FROM THIS EPISODE: Hallmarks that Startups need have a Robust go-to Market Strategy The Hypergrowth of Start-up Companies Strategies that you have developed to get technology from one country and be able to share it with the world THIS WEEK'S GUEST Ohad Mandelbaum is the Chief Revenue Officer of cybersecurity software vendor Perimeter 81. He is a Bio Technology Engineering graduate of Ben Gurion University and received his International Executive MBA from the Kellogg School of Management. He has spent the last sixteen years building technology companies in areas such as medical diagnostics, laser treatments, and neurostimulation for the last three and a half years leading sales and revenue operations for cyber vendor Perimeter 81. He has worked in North America, Latin America, Africa, Europe, and the Middle East, and has overseen double and triple-digit growth for high-growth startups ranging from $1M to over $100M in revenue. For more information, or to get in touch with Ohad, check out: LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/ohad-mandelbaum/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ohad.mandelbaum Website: https://www.perimeter81.com/ YOUR HOST Simon Lader is the host of The Conference Room, Co-Founder of global executive search firm Salisi Human Capital, and online coaching firm Salisi Academy. Since 1997, Simon has helped Senior Executives achieve Life Transformation through finding their ideal job and consulted with leading enterprise software and cybersecurity vendors to build highly effective teams. Get to know more about Simon at: Podcast: https://theconferenceroompodcast.com Website: https://simonlader.com/ Blog: blog.salisi.com Twitter: https://twitter.com/simonlader LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/headhuntersimonlader Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/3dd0obQSM8cYRV0HCxiuF0

New Community Covenant Church - Logan Square - Chicago, IL
NC3 2022-11-27: Joyful Expectation 1

New Community Covenant Church - Logan Square - Chicago, IL

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 27, 2022 49:23


Joyful Expectation 1 - Pastor Nicole Bullock 11/27/22 - Speaker: Sermons - Sermon Series: - Watch Online: https://thenewcom.com/sermons/2022-11-27/joyful-expectation-1/

SBS Italian - SBS in Italiano
"Multicultural Museum Trail”: un percorso alla scoperta dei musei 'etnici' di Melbourne

SBS Italian - SBS in Italiano

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2022 14:56


Per due giorni, sei musei saranno saranno collegati da un filo immaginario per accompagnare i visitatori alla scoperta dell'anima multiculturale della città.

Shades of Hope
Ep. 27 A Vision for Multicultural Solidarity

Shades of Hope

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2022 44:13


Pastor Raymond Chang is the President of the Asian American Christian Collaborative. The AACC was founded, in large part, as a response to the surge in anti-Asian rhetoric and violence spurred on by the former President of the United States. Pastor Chang serves the church in multiple ways. In this conversation he offers thoughtful reflections on some of the challenges and opportunities that face the Asian American Christian community today as well as a vision for multicultural Christian witness in an increasingly changing world. Twitter: @tweetraychang Instagram: @raychang502 Linkedin: @rchang502 Website: www.raymondchang.org AACC: @aachristcollab

Mamás 411 Podcast
140 - Invitada: Blanca Velázquez Martin. Psicóloga cílnica, acreditada en la crianza positiva y la salud emocional del niño

Mamás 411 Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2022 35:32


Invitada: Blanca Velázquez Martin Psicóloga clinica, acreditada en la crianza positiva y la salud emocional del niñoLa encuentras en :https://www.wholechildhome.com/https://www.instagram.com/whole.child.home/https://www.facebook.com/WholeChildHome-100252919058548/

Permission to Be Honest
Living a Life That Suits You With Tyrone Carreker

Permission to Be Honest

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2022 69:04


In this episode, we interview someone Rickey's known since he played high school basketball, Tyrone (Ty) Carreker! We talk about their love for music and especially alternative music which wasn't really accepted in Detroit in the 90s. Ty also shares his story from getting a degree in engineering to dropping out of college to pursue a career in music and following his dreams. One thing Ty brings up is how he created this world he loves to live in and how you can do that too. You can do whatever you want to no matter where you're from and what color your skin is – that is empowering!!Resources:27.9 Fragrance's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/279fragrance/27.9 Fragrance's website: https://279fragrance.com/Tyrone's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/musicisgolden/Tyrone's website: https://www.musicisgolden.com/https://permission-to-be-honest.simplecast.com/episodes/youre-responsible-for-your-own-happinesshttps://permission-to-be-honest.simplecast.com/episodes/expectations-vs-reality

MagaMama with Kimberly Ann Johnson: Sex, Birth and Motherhood
EP 172: Wildness, Embodiment, and the Feminine Needed in Our Time, “The Wild and Sacred Feminine Deck”

MagaMama with Kimberly Ann Johnson: Sex, Birth and Motherhood

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2022 61:43


In this episode, Kimberly talks with Elizabeth Marglin, Niki Dewart, co-authors of “The Wild and Sacred Feminine Deck,” and Jenny  Kostekci-Shaw, artist of the deck. They discuss how the deck came to fruition, its roots and connection to motherhood, and the publishing process of the deck. They also discuss the rich meaning behind wildness, the sacred feminine, and embodiment, as well as their individual creating processes while mothering. At the end of their episode, they pull a card for the collective with a powerful message of traversing through these difficult times.    Bio Elizabeth Marglin, M.A. is the coauthor of The Mother's Wisdom Deck with Niki Dewart. Elizabeth is a journalist and writing coach who writes for publications such as Yoga Journal and Spirituality & Health. Marglin lives in Colorado. Niki Dewart writes books, designs sacred spaces, and leads rituals and retreats that nurture the feminine soul. Jenny Kostecki-Shaw is a national award-winning author and illustrator, a homesteader, and a mother. What They Share: –Motherhood and “The Wild and Sacred Feminine Deck” –Wild, Elemental, Archetypal and Divine suits in the deck –Wildness, embodiment, and Spirit –Creative processing while mothering –Reading of a card for the collective   What You'll Hear: –The Wild and Sacred Feminine Deck –Wanting to create a deck for mothers –Publishing process with Shambhala –Expanding deck from mother's wisdom to all aspects of the feminine –Meaning behind the title “Wild and Sacred Feminine” –Decision on four suits and feminine within each –Wild, Elemental, Archetypal, and Divine –Jenny's process of artwork for the deck –Meaning behind 52 cards in the deck –Multicultural approach to card selection –Using ritual to create deck –Importance of Inanna –Elizabeth and Niki's reactions to Jenny's artwork –Embodying the Shapeshifter and fluidity –Incorporating the Wolf into the deck –Jenny surprised by her own artwork –Mothering and the creative process –Creating space away to write and create –Wanting to offer other mothers shorter readings –Creating the deck at the beginning of the pandemic –Weaving pandemic, spiritual life, and mothering into the deck –Jenny's creative process while mothering –Facing struggle trying to find art in early motherhood –Kimberly's process getting Fourth Trimester cards published –Writing the How to Use guide –Kimberly's use of decks –Using decks intermittently or frequently –Co-authoring the deck and collaborating with art –Building meaning through collaboration versus individually –Deck to bring us into soul wholeness –Message of embodiment and spirit to matter through the feminine –Drawing a card from “The Wild and Sacred Feminine” deck  –Collective question around our relationship to the earth and traversing these times –Reading of the card   Resources Website: https://www.shambhala.com/the-wild-and-sacred-feminine-deck.html

MediaVillage's Insider InSites podcast on Media, Marketing and Advertising
Multicultural TV Talk - Indigenous Actors Roundtable with Sarah Podemski, Jeremiah Bitsui and Dallas Goldtooth

MediaVillage's Insider InSites podcast on Media, Marketing and Advertising

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2022 40:37


In celebration of Native American Heritage Month, we are thrilled to be joined by a wonderful panel of actors from the Indigenous community for a special roundtable discussion. Joining us are actors Sarah Podemski (Reservation Dogs, Resident Alien), Jeremiah Bitsui (Better Call Saul, Dark Winds), and Dallas Goldtooth (Reservation Dogs, Ghosts). The three stage and screen stars share their perspectives on the recent strides in regards to Indigenous representation, the changes that need to be made in entertainment, and the work there is still left to do.    “I definitely feel that for Indigenous narratives it's been a long time coming,” Podemski shared. “This slow burn has finally led to a push that has been able to be received in the last few years because of a new awareness about our stories, and our creatives who have been given a chance to write and direct. We were ready for this moment and it happened at a moment when audiences were ready to hear our stories told by us.”   When asked about an early memory of feeling represented, Jeremiah Bitsui shared that he first saw himself reflected in rodeos as a form of entertainment, but a pretty big obstacle led to that dream coming to a quick end: a severe allergy to horses and hay. “Rodeos a huge sport in all of our communities but I grew up with allergies so I wasn't cut out for it. Allergies and ninjas are what brought me into this business.” he laughed, adding that 80s martial arts movies are what drew him into acting. “If I ever got a ninja role, I'd be like a dog who actually caught the car.”   Actor and writer Dallas Goldtooth shared that he was “fangirling” over Jeremiah because of his performance in Breaking Bad and later in the spin-off Better Call Saul, which he describes as “a contemporary example of a Native person in a role that isn't explicitly Native, it's just a role. That character wasn't designed around being Native, and that was really empowering to see. It's rare to see Indigenous people as how we are today, or skewed to play into these myths.”   “Yes, we want to still tell our community's stories,” Podemski added. “but we also want those moments where a kid might watch and say ‘oh that's like my auntie who works at the hospital!', those roles that are non-specific to our heritage. Look at us aside from our ethnicity and see our potential to being able to tell stories in any context.”   You can see our guests in multiple projects, including: Sarah Podemski in Reservation Dogs on Hulu and Resident Alien on Peacock Jeremiah Bitsui in Breaking Bad and Better Call Saul on Netflix, and Dark Winds on AMC+ and Dallas Goldtooth on Reservation Dogs on Hulu and Rutherford Falls on Peacock  

Brand the Interpreter
Connected To The Bigger Picture with Erika Shell-Castro

Brand the Interpreter

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2022 75:24


The passion for Civil Rights around Language Access of today's guest, woke up after she was returning  with her non-English speaking husband from working for Habitat for Humanity in Guatemala. Erika Shell-Castro tells us the story of how she was inspired by her husband's journey as a new immigrant to learn as much as she could about Title VI and immigrant and refugee rights, later becoming a subject- matter expert and getting hired by the largest hospital system in Central Ohio to build their Language Access Program. Erika specializes in consulting with Partners on Language Access compliance and working with sales teams and Partner Success Managers as a resource and support.  Tune in! Only on the podcast that brings you your stories about our profession. Brand the Interpreter.-----------------------------Connect with Erika ShellWebsiteLinkedIn-----------------------------Join OHCIA's Interpreter Directory and be ready for what's next.The interpretation industry is changing. Laws are being passed that require more certification. More and more, interpretation is going remote with video or phone. Machine interpretation is getting better and better. Plus, companies are cutting costs for services like interpretation.If you aren't certified, don't want to use technology, don't have special skills, and don't have the ability to be flexible, you'll get less and less work as an interpreter.The OHCIA Interpreter Directory, or ID, can help. It brings together interpreters and the organizations that hire them — so they can help each other provide much-needed interpretation services.Free — The ID is free to all interpreters — forever. It's paid for by subscription fees charged to hiring organizationsTrusted — It lists trained, certified interpreters so hiring organizations can trust the quality of the services offeredEasy — Interpreters can list specialties, availability, and more — so hiring organizations can easily find talentOHCIA are the right people to bring interpreters and organizations together like never before. Our leadership has deep roots in the interpreter community, and we care deeply about where this industry is going. We have advocated for interpreters and health care interpretation since 2010, and we're trusted by individuals and organizations alike.To find out more about OHCIA's Interpreter Director click on the link below! https://ohcia-id.org/----------------------------- Thanks for tuning in, till next time!

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Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2022