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The Modern Art Notes Podcast
Maya Dunietz, Calder-Picasso

The Modern Art Notes Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2021 79:40


Episode No. 526 features artist Maya Dunietz and historian Jordana Mendelson. Maya Dunietz is currently in residence at the Bemis Center for Contemporary Arts in Omaha in preparation for a 13,000-square-foot exhibition that will open May 5, 2022. Dunietz's exhibition will foreground the physicality of sound through a series of installations, including a 17-piano installation that builds on her 2021 work Five Chilling Mammoths and on 2016's Trembling Piano. This segment was taped before a live audience at the Bemis. Dunietz  is a composer, performer, and sound artist whose work investigates the nexus of music, visual art, performance and technologies. She has created exhibitions, site-specific sound installations and performances for the Palais de Tokyo in Paris, the Reykjavik Arts Festival, the FRAC Provence-Alpes-Cote d'Azur, the Centre Pompidou and the Botanical Gardens in Jerusalem. Mendelson discusses her essay, "The 'Mild' Manifesting of Pablo Picasso and Alexander Calder in Protest Ephemera and International Art Expositions during the Postwar" in the catalogue for "Calder-Picasso" which is at the Museum of Fine Arts Houston through January 30, 2022. Mendelson is the director of the King Juan Carlos I of Spain Center at New York University.

The Bob Harden Show
The Influence of Anthony Fauci

The Bob Harden Show

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2021 59:32


Thank you so much for listening to the Bob Harden Show, celebrating over ten years broadcasting weekdays – providing you news and commentary rooted in the principles of individual liberty, personal responsibility, limited government and the rule of law. On Thursday's show, we visit with Pastor Rick Stevens, Co-Founder of the Florida Citizens Alliance, about plans for the upcoming legislative session and an event featuring Ret General Jerry Boykin on December 9. We visit with Professor of Politics at New York University, Lawrence Mead, about American culture and the illegal immigration crisis at the Southern border. We visit with Orthopedic Surgeon, Dr, George Markovich about Dr. Anthony Fauci. We also visit with the former mayor of Naples, Bill Barnett. We have terrific guests scheduled for Friday's show including William Yeatman, Research Fellow at the Cato Institute, the Director of Health Studies at the Cato Institute, Michael Cannon, Keith Maples from the Neighborhood Health Clinic, and Dave Bego, business owner and author of “The Devil at Our Doorstep.” Please join us live at 7 a.m. on bobharden.com Bob Harden Show News and Commentary You Can Use! bobharden.com , or access the show anytime on podcast platforms (iTunes, TuneIn, Spotify, and Stitcher, Vurbl, and ChoiceSocial).

Messaging on a Mission
International Fundraising

Messaging on a Mission

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2021 38:17


Episode Summary: International fundraising has its own challenges—not the least of which is getting people “here” to care about “there.” In today's episode, we speak with the Founder and CEO of Project Alianza, Kristin Van Busum. Project Alianza is closing the education gap in rural Central America by building safe schools and providing literacy programs and scholarships. We are a women-led organization that has provided education to over 13000 children. Kristin speaks with Messaging on a Mission Host Douglas Spencer about the challenges of creating a message that inspires people in the United States to join her organization's quest to help people in Central America.    Episode Guest(s): Kristin Van Busum is the founder and CEO of Project Alianza. She has over ten years of experience as a scholar and an advocate for resilient communities. She has worked in New York City on public health initiatives to prevent obesity, helped families in need in Mexico secure stable housing, and provided counseling to incarcerated women in Indiana. Prior to founding Project Alianza, she served as Manager of Health Advisory Services at RAND Corporation, a global policy think tank. Kristin has earned degrees from Butler University and New York University and is a Fulbright Scholar.   Key Takeaways: The focus was once on the wealth disparities between rich and poor nations. However, now the differences between rural and urban are more pronounced.    Helping people abroad and at home are not mutually exclusive.    Tap into a common belief, such as all children should feel safe when they go to school.    Develop a genuine, first-hand understanding of the foreign culture you are helping to not only connect most effectively with the people there but to tell their stories more authentically as well.    Understanding psychological barriers is critically important.    Focus on work that is led by community leaders, not people from the United States.    Think of messaging as a working document.    Always have a system for managing money and being transparent with your money and your impact.  Useful Links:   Kristin Van Busum kristin@projectalianza.org   Project Alianza www.projectalianza.org

The Lincoln Project
A Strategy of Projection with Ruth Ben-Ghiat

The Lincoln Project

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2021 32:42


Host Reed Galen is joined by Ruth Ben-Ghiat, Author and Professor of Italian and History at New York University. They discuss how Ruth came to find herself at the center of the conversation around democracy and the fight against authoritarianism, how the GOP uses projection as a strategy, and why it seems so hard for those in politics/government to acknowledge the realities of the world that we are truly living in today. Be sure to pick up Ruth's latest book, Strongmen: From Mussolini to the Present at your favorite book retailer.

That One Audition with Alyshia Ochse
RERUN | Brandon Kyle Goodman: Commit to Your Energy

That One Audition with Alyshia Ochse

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2021 66:23


asdf Guest links: IMDB: Brandon Kyle Goodman INSTAGRAM: @brandonkgood TWITTER: @brandonkgood Show Links: INSTAGRAM: @alyshiaochse INSTAGRAM: @thatoneaudition WEBSITE: AlyshiaOchse.com ITUNES: Subscribe to That One Audition on iTunes SPOTIFY: Subscribe to That One Audition on Spotify STITCHER: Subscribe to That One Audition on Stitcher

The News with Shepard Smith
Omicron Variant, Ghislaine Maxwell Trial & Cuomo Investigation

The News with Shepard Smith

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2021 49:35


The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has strengthened its recommendation on Covid booster shots, telling all adults that they “should” get an additional dose amid growing concern about the newly identified omicron variant. Dr. Celine Gounder, New York University epidemiologist, discusses the omicron variant, whether it's more serious than delta, and whether the vaccines will hold up against it. NBC4 Chief Investigative Reporter Jonathan Dienst reports on former Governor Andrew Cuomo's recorded testimony to investigators, which was released today. Also, what role did CNN anchor Chris Cuomo play in the investigation of his brother? CNBC's Valerie Castro reports on the sex-trafficking trial of Jeffrey Epstein girlfriend and long-time associate, Ghislaine Maxwell, which began today in Manhattan. CNBC's Scott Cohn reports on the trial of Theranos Founder Elizabeth Holmes, and what she said on the witness stand today. Plus, CNBC's Shep Smith reports on the death of leading fashion designer Virgil Abloh, from cancer. He was 41 years old.

All Things Physical Therapy Podcast
Episode 16 - Burnout, Perfectionism, and Clinicals

All Things Physical Therapy Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2021 46:03


In this episode, we chat with Sunny about perfectionism, burnout, and her experience with clinicals. Sunny is a Doctor of Physical Therapy located in sunny Los Angeles, California. She has experience in acute care, home health, and outpatient orthopedics. Sunny graduated from New York University with a Bachelors of Science degree in Communicative Science and Disorders. She then went on to complete her Doctorate of Physical Therapy degree at Washington University School of Medicine. Her passion for physical therapy stemmed from her love for movement and fitness.@dpt.5unnySubscribe, download, and rate!Follow @dpt.stephwww.dptsteph.com

ROAD TO GROWTH : Success as an Entrepreneur
Liz Kislik - Management Consultant and Executive Coach

ROAD TO GROWTH : Success as an Entrepreneur

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2021 45:11


In this episode of the Road to Growth podcast, we are pleased to introduce you to Liz Kislik. Liz is a management consultant and executive coach, and a frequent contributor to Harvard Business Review and Forbes. Her TEDx “Why There's So Much Conflict at Work and What You Can Do to Fix It” has received more than a quarter of a million views. She specializes in developing high performing leaders and workforces, and for 30 years has helped family-run businesses, national nonprofits, and Fortune 500 companies like American Express, Girl Scouts, Staples, Janssen Pharmaceuticals and Highlights for Children solve their thorniest problems. Liz's work has been featured in the Wall Street Journal's Morning Download, the Washington Post's Work Advice column, Business Insider, and Bloomberg Businessweek as well as in Entrepreneur, the European Financial Review, and the Forward. She is a member of Marshall Goldsmith's 100 Coaches initiative, which brings together the world's top coaches and thinkers, and has taught at Hofstra University and New York University.   Learn more and connect with Liz Kislik by visiting her on   Website: https://lizkislik.com LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/lizkislik/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/LizKislik Free ebook : How to Resolve Interpersonal Conflicts in the Workplace https://lizkislik.com/resolve-conflict/   Be sure to follow us on Twitter: Twitter.com/to_growth on Facebook: facebook.com/Road2Growth   Subscribe to our podcast across the web: https://www.theenriquezgroup.com/blog Spotify: https://spoti.fi/2Cdmacc iTunes: https://apple.co/2F4zAcn Castbox: http://bit.ly/2F4NfQq Google Play: http://bit.ly/2TxUYQ2 Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCKnzMRkl-PurAb32mCLCMeA?view_as=subscriber   If you are looking to be a Guest on Podcasts please click below  https://kitcaster.com/rtg/ 

Richard Skipper Celebrates
Richard Skipper Celebrates Jordi Caballero (11/28/2021)

Richard Skipper Celebrates

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2021 73:00


For Video Edition, Please Click and Subscribe Here: https://youtu.be/MMK4BRpH_zc www.JordiCaballero.com Jordi Caballero is an actor, dancer-choreographer, musician and producer with a knack for crossing boundaries in the entertainment industry. As Jordi explains, "To me it doesn't matter what entertainment medium is used. My goal is to tell a story - be it through the eyes of a character, a movement, a beat or a show, to captivate the audience through the shared human experience. And figuring out the best route to get there is what fills me with inspiration". Jordi started training in the classical music arts at the age of 8.  Influenced by American Musicals such as "West Side Story" and an "American in Paris", icons like Fred Astaire and Gene Kelly, and TV shows like "Fame", Jordi headed to the New York City to pursue a career in acting and the performing arts earning a BFA degree from New York University, Tisch School of the Arts. Following graduation at NYU, Jordi caught the attention of celebrated film directors in a series of notable acting roles.   He has received two Nominations as Best Choreographer from the prestigious American Choreography Awards. Over the past several years Jordi has emerged as a filmmaker-producer of original entertainment content including TANGO SHALOM (Post Production), THE LAST ANALOGUE HIT: MACARENA: The last analog hit (In process), LA CARGA (2016), After the Rain (2016), DANCING FOR MY HAVANA (2015) and THE WORLD CHOREOGRAPHY AWARDS (2015, 2016 & 2017). http://www.imdb.me/jordicaballero  

The Florida Bar's LegalFuel Podcast
Professional Etiquette in the Zoom Era

The Florida Bar's LegalFuel Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2021 52:32


The Florida Supreme Court has partnered with the Bar to declare November “Legal Professionalism Month” and is asking members to rededicate themselves to the highest ideals of professionalism and civility in all they do.  To close out the month and as reference going forward, we thought we'd discuss how to navigate the new normal as it pertains to our virtual or socially distanced workplace interactions with colleagues and clients. In today's episode hosts Christine Bilbrey and Karla Eckardt are joined by Mr. Manners himself, Thomas Farley, to discuss all our modern professional etiquette dilemmas.Thomas P. Farley is a keynote speaker, workshop leader, syndicated columnist, and TV commentator. His clients have included the United States Department of Commerce, the Estée Lauder Companies, JPMorgan Chase, the Walt Disney Corporation, Bank of America, the American Automobile Association (AAA), the U.S. Army, Viacom, Toyota, and UPS. Thomas is a regular and popular guest on the NBC Today show, where he fields questions on modern-day manners issues. In 2017, he debuted “Manners on the Move,” a special multi-part Today show series that examined incivility in America. His syndicated weekly column, “Ask Mister Manners,” appears in Tribune publications throughout the United States. His insights appear regularly in other media as well, including the Rachael Ray show, Inside Edition, Dr. Oz, the New York Times, the Los Angeles Times, Wired and Money magazines, USA Today, CNN, VH1, and ABC. Thomas is a graduate of New York's Fordham University. He has been a guest lecturer at New York University's School of Continuing and Professional Studies, and he edited the anthology “Modern Manners: The Thinking Person's Guide to Social Graces.”This podcast has been approved by The Florida Bar Continuing Legal Education Department for 1 hour of General CLE credit including 1 hour of Professionalism CLE credit. Course #5680.REFERENCED RESOURCES:Thomas P. Farley - Mister MannersWorkshopsAsk Mr. MannersThe Florida Bar's Henry Latimer Center for ProfessionalismLegal Professionalism in the Electronic AgeBest Practices for Professional Electronic Communication

Highlights from Talking History
Scipio Africanus: A Life

Highlights from Talking History

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2021 46:00


This week Patrick and a panel of biographers, historians and classicists discuss the life and legacy of Roman General Scipio Africanus. Joining Patrick on the show are: Author and Historian Adrian Goldsworthy, Dr Catherine Steel, Professor of Classics, University of Glasgow, Dr David Levene, Professor of Classics, Department of Classics, New York University, Professor Federico Santangelo, Professor of Ancient History, School of History, Classics and Archaeology, Newcastle University and Dr John Serrati, Department of Classics and Religious Studies, University of Ottawa.

Off The Cuff with Danny LoPriore
Episode 35: "Talking to Yourself" w/ Rachel Mariotti

Off The Cuff with Danny LoPriore

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2021 31:18


Rachel started her career as a coach working in the fitness industry. She quit her New York City advertising job and switched to personal training and group fitness at a large and highly touted gym, Equinox. Not long after her move to Equinox, she became a top trainer receiving the Fusion Award for being most prolific in personal training and group fitness. Rachel also has her Masters Degree in Psychology at New York University with a focus in mental health counseling. Her philosophy is that we can only be so well if we take the best care of our body, but forget about our mind. After finishing graduate school, she worked at a psychoanalytic clinic to begin her therapy practice while also continuing private training. She believes that mental health should be approached like an athlete, having discipline, adaptability, and skill. Rachel has been featured on Good Morning America as a fitness expert, has been named most influential trainer by Womens Health, and is a Mental Health Guide with Athleta's community brand AthleteWell. She now operates her business doing private personal training and mental health therapy.

Between The Lines Radio Newsmagazine podcast (consumer distribution)
Gun Culture is Empowering Those Who Want to Use Violence With Impunity

Between The Lines Radio Newsmagazine podcast (consumer distribution)

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 29:00


New York University's Ruth Ben-Ghiat: GOP's Embrace of Violence Endangers U.S. DemocracyPeace activist Kathy Kelly: With Freeze of Assets, Millions of Afghan Civilians Face Famine PayDay Report's Mike Elk: The Sacrifice of Essential Workers During Pandemic Led to Mass Resignations and Labor StrikesBob Nixon's Under-reported News Summary:• U.S. journalist Danny Fenster freed from Myanmar prison• Uzbek president scores second term in landslide victory• The corporate state of Delaware

Texas Wine and True Crime
Interview with David Kushner

Texas Wine and True Crime

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 48:17


This week I sit down with David Kushner and discuss the murder of Brandon Smith. Brandon was killed while exiting the Texas Renaissance Festival on October 16, 2004. David was present at the festival that day, and gives us an inside look at the murder, trial, and the history behind the largest Renaissance festival in the world, held every year in Todd Mission, TX. You can check out David's 9-part story about this crime in his newsletter. Check it out here David Kushner is an award-winning journalist and author. He currently publishes a newsletter on Substack called Disruptor. His books include Masters of Doom: How Two Guys Created an Empire and Transformed Pop Culture, Jonny Magic and the Card Shark Kids: How a Gang of Geeks Beat the Odds, Stormed Las Vegas, Levittown: Two Families, One Tycoon, and the Fight for Civil Rights in America's Legendary Suburb, Jacked: The Outlaw Story of Grand Theft Auto,  Alligator Candy: A Memoir, and The Players Ball: A Genius, a Con Man, and the Secret History of the Internet's Rise.A contributing editor of Rolling Stone and Outside, Kushner has written for publications including The New Yorker, Vanity Fair, Wired, New York Times Magazine, New York, and GQ, and has been an essayist for National Public Radio Weekend Edition Sunday. His work is featured in several “best of” anthologies: The Best American Crime Reporting, The Columbia Journalism Review's Best Business Writing, The Best Music Writing, and The Best American Travel Writing. He is the winner of the New York Press Club award for Best Feature Reporting. His ebook The Bones of Marianna was selected by Amazon as a Best Digital Single of 2013. NPR named his memoir Alligator Candy among the best books of 2016. The Alligator Candy podcast won the Best True Crime and Best Podcast Experience awards at the 2021 Popcon Podcast Awards, and is a finalist for Best Personal Lives Podcast at the 2021 New York Radio Awards.Kushner also wrote the nonfiction graphic novels Rise of the Dungeon Master: Gary Gygax and the Creation of D&D and A for Anonymous: How a Mysterious Hacker Collective Transformed the World, illustrated by Koren Shadmi. He is the author of the ebook, The Bones of Marianna: A Reform School, a Terrible Secret, and a Hundred-Year Fight for Justice. Two collections of his magazine stories are available as audiobooks, The World's Most Dangerous Geek: And More True Hacking Stories and Prepare to Meet Thy Doom: And More True Gaming Stories. His memoir Alligator Candy has been adapted into a serial podcast produced by Transmitter Media, Emmy Rossum, and NBCUniversal.Many of his articles and books are being adapted for TV and film. Silk Road is based on his Rolling Stone story “Dead End on Silk Road.” Zola is based on his Rolling Stone article “Zola Tells All” and the tweets of A'Ziah “Zola” King; Kushner is an executive producer of the film. The upcoming Spike Lee Viagra movie musical is based on his Esquire article “All Rise.” A film based on his Vanity Fair article, “The Church of Living Dangerously” will star Christian Bale and be written by Charles Randolph. Writer/director Amma Asante is attached to a TV series based on his book, Levittown. Gamechangers, a BBC film, is inspired by his book Jacked. He has been featured in several documentaries including What Will Become of Us, a feature about Holocaust survivor and shopping mall magnate Frank Lowy.Kushner has taught as a Ferris Professor of Journalism at Princeton University, and an adjunct professor of journalism at New York University. In the early 90s, he was a producer and writer for SonicNet, one of the first music destinations online. He serves on the board of directors of Good Grief, a childhood grief suppor

How to Split a Toaster: A divorce podcast about saving your relationships
Protecting the Suddenly Single and their Money with Simon Brady

How to Split a Toaster: A divorce podcast about saving your relationships

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 37:39


If you're newly divorced, this episode is going to hit home. Today, we're dealing with one of the central questions that form the overall arc of your divorce story: how do you handle the money? This week on the show, we have a guest seasoned in helping the “suddenly single” through the uncertainly, a financial educator for his clients in how to avoid the financial vultures the circle the divorce process. You're going to learn some important concepts in this episode that you'll need to know as you rebuild toward financial health. What is a fiduciary and why is the concept going to matter to you? Who are the “financial vultures” and what do they see in you that might be profitable for them? And, where does financial planning intersect with legal planning? All that and more this week in the Toaster! About Simon Brady Simon grew up in London and studied business and finance at universities in the UK and France before being transferred to New York to trade currency and equity derivatives and take on assorted senior management roles at a major Wall Street trading firm. After more than twenty-five years of financial market experience during which time he saw ‘behind the curtain' of how markets operate (including during the financial crisis of 2007-2009), Simon left the institutional trading world and underwent the extensive, three-year education at New York University and then successfully passed the designation exam and experience requirement to become fully-qualified as a CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™ (CFP®) personal finance professional.

The OMFIF Podcast
Climate change could lead to substantial capital shortfalls for banks

The OMFIF Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 22:02


Richard Berner, clinical professor of finance at the Stern School of Business, New York University, joins Natalia Ospina, deputy head of reports, OMFIF. They take a deep dive into the climate stress testing methodology that he developed with Nobel Prize in Economics winner Robert Engle and Hyeyoon Jung, financial economist at the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, which gauges the resilience of financial institutions to climate-related risks. They discuss in detail how climate change could lead to a substantial increase in systemic risks in the banking sector. Financial institutions could find themselves looking to raise $70bn-$90bn, or between 20% to 30% of their equity to restore their prudential capital ratios as a result of climate change.

Daily Tech News Show
TV Hunting Season – DTNS 4157

Daily Tech News Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021


Robert Heron is back with tips and recommendations for those on shopping for a new 4K TV this holiday season. El Salvador's President Nayib Bukele announced the country’s plans to build the first “Bitcoin City” in the eastern region of La Union. A new study by New York University's Center for Social Media and PoliticsContinue reading "TV Hunting Season – DTNS 4157"

Daily Tech News Show (Video)
TV Hunting Season – DTNS 4157

Daily Tech News Show (Video)

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021


Robert Heron is back with tips and recommendations for those on shopping for a new 4K TV this holiday season. El Salvador's President Nayib Bukele announced the country’s plans to build the first “Bitcoin City” in the eastern region of La Union. A new study by New York University's Center for Social Media and Politics found that warning Twitter users about the consequences of their posts decreased subsequent posting of hateful language for a week. Starring Tom Merritt, Sarah Lane, Robert Heron, Roger Chang, Amos, Joe. MP3 Download Using a Screen Reader? Click here Multiple versions (ogg, video etc.) from Archive.org Follow us on Twitter Instgram YouTube and Twitch Please SUBSCRIBE HERE. Subscribe through Apple Podcasts. A special thanks to all our supporters–without you, none of this would be possible. If you are willing to support the show or to give as little as 10 cents a day on Patreon, Thank you! Become a Patron! Big thanks to Dan Lueders for the headlines music and Martin Bell for the opening theme! Big thanks to Mustafa A. from thepolarcat.com for the logo! Thanks to our mods Jack_Shid and KAPT_Kipper on the subreddit Send to email to feedback@dailytechnewsshow.com Show Notes To read the show notes in a separate page click here!

Creation Grounds
Episode 61 - Tylie Shider - On his new play “Labor”, & the hustle of navigating the industry

Creation Grounds

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 23:49


Be sure to subscribe for more - Creation Grounds Podcast Level up in your acting career & book more consistent work with an easy to use online tool that tracks audition & workshop metrics at: Auditiontrackers.com ________ IG: Insta Website: Tylie Working on: Labor ________ TyLie Shider is the recipient of the 2021-22 Liberty Live Commission at Premiere Stages, a 2020-21 Playwrights' Center Jerome Fellow, and an I Am Soul Playwright Resident at the National Black Theatre. His plays include Parable of the Backyard Roots (2019 Bay Area Playwrights Festival, Finalist), Bastard, Platform States of Mind and Talk. His work has been developed by The Kennedy Center, Liberation Theatre Company, Dixon Place, La MaMa, Frank Silvera Writers' Workshop, SPACE on Ryder Farm, Harlem 9, Homebase Theatre Collective, 3:5 Creative[s], Yendor Arts, The Classical Theatre of Harlem, Luna Stage, Joust Theatre co., New York New Works Theater Festival, and The Theater Project. Awards include: Drama Desk from Delaware State University, and The Theater Project's One-Act competition 2015 Best Play and Audience Favorite. Member: Dramatist Guild of America, 2018 Playwright in residence at the Liberation Theatre Company, 2019-20 Playwrights' Center Jerome Fellow, and the 2020-21 The Civilians R&D Group. He holds a BA in journalism from Delaware State University and an MFA in playwriting from New York University. ___________ Some Questions I Ask: What draws you to writing? (2:00) On the day he started to write. (2:32) What about playwrighting specifically interests you? (3:04) What's process of writing? Does it vary project to project or is it the same? (4:31) What inspires you or most interests you currently? (5:54) Where did inspiration for your new play "Labor" come from? (7:50) What is "Labor" about? (9:45) On working with actors with a new play. (12:27) What distinguishes character voice on the page? How do you make them different on the page? (13:24) What is process of a writer bringing their work to theaters & getting their work in front of producers? (16:59) What advice do you have for aspiring writers? (18:26) When you think of the word "creative" who comes to mind for you and why? (20:24) How can people connect with you? (21:32) ____________ You can follow Arron at: Website: ArronLloyd.com Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/arronlloyd/ Facebook: Arron Lloyd Twitter: https://twitter.com/ArronLloyd Twitch: https://www.twitch.tv/arronsl316 TikTok:Arronslloyd Youtube: Arron Lloyd This is NYC merch -

College Commons
Rabbi Wayne Allen: Jewish Thinking About Good And Evil

College Commons

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 30:42


Controversy, confusion and confidence in God's goodness, from antiquity to present. After being graduated from New York University with a B.A. in philosophy and Phi Beta Kappa, Rabbi Wayne Allen, Ph.D. attended the Jewish Theological Seminary of America where he earned a Masters degree in Rabbinics and went on to receive rabbinic ordination. He served as a congregational rabbi for 35 years, taking on postings in New York City, Los Angeles, and Toronto. The Jewish Theological Seminary conferred an honorary Doctor of Divinity upon him for his years of dedicated service. Rabbi Allen was awarded a Masters degree in Philosophy from York University in Toronto where went on to earn his Ph.D. He has taught Jews and non-Jews of all ages in formal and informal settings including the American Jewish University, the University of Waterloo, the Community Hebrew Academy of Toronto, and Camp Ramah in California. Along with Harvey Haber he wrote Giving Thanks: Graces for All Occasions. Among his interests has been Jewish Law. As the author of Perspectives on Jewish Law and Contemporary Issues and Further Perspectives on Jewish Law and Contemporary Issues as well as editor of the first two volumes of Tomeikh keHalakhah, the responsa collection of the Union for Traditional Judaism, Rabbi Allen gained recognition as an authority on the application of Jewish legal principles in a modern context. He was a frequent panelist for Jewish Values On-line and has appeared on radio and television. Other interests include cantorial music – leading to the publication of his book on The Cantor: From Mishnah to Modernity – and mediating Judaism to inquiring minds, resulting in his book Prescription for an Ailing World. The most comprehensive book on the topic, "Thinking about Good and Evil: Jewish Views from Antiquity to Modernity" traces the most salient Jewish ideas about why innocent people seem to suffer, why evil individuals seem to prosper, and God's role in such matters of (in)justice, from antiquity to the present.

UCLA Housing Voice
Episode #15: The Legacy of Redlining with Jacob Faber

UCLA Housing Voice

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 58:24


In the 1930s, in the midst of the Great Depression, the Home Owners Loan Corporation (HOLC) was created to protect households from foreclosure and in some cases repurchase homes they'd already lost. As a part of its efforts, HOLC created “residential security maps” to categorize neighborhoods by lending risk, with low-risk neighborhoods shaded in green and blue, and high-risk neighborhoods colored in yellow and red. These infamous maps are where we get the familiar term, “redlining,” and they helped institutionalize America's racialized housing market. Professor Jacob Faber, Associate Professor at New York University's Robert F. Wagner School of Public Service, joins us to discuss his fascinating new research into HOLC's influence on racial segregation in the cities where it operated, and the persistence of its effects nearly 100 years after the agency was created.

The CyberWire
How ransomware impacts organizations. [CyberWire-X]

The CyberWire

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2021 30:20


As ransomware attacks rapidly rise in frequency, eye-popping ransom demands grab headlines, and consumers experience product shortages and difficulty accessing services as the organizations they do business with are knocked offline. However, little is reported about the impact of a ransomware attack inside an organization. However, little is reported about the impact of a ransomware attack inside an organization.  In this show, we cover what steps organizations are taking now to prepare for a ransomware attack and what happens to an organization on that especially bad day when ransomware comes calling. The CyberWire's Rick Howard speaks with Hash Table member Don Welch, Vice president for Information Technology and Global Chief Information Officer at New York University, and show sponsor Keeper Security's CEO & Co-Founder Darren Guccione joins The CyberWire's Dave Bittner on this CyberWire-X as they share their expertise on the topic.

Life Examined
Natural healing: Plant-based medicines and supplement skepticism

Life Examined

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 20, 2021 52:26


Host Jonathan Bastian talks with ethnobotanist Dr. Cassandra Quave about the amazing medicinal potential of plants and her global search for natural compounds — long known to traditional healers — that could help save us from the looming crisis of untreatable superbugs. We also hear from Dr. Marion Nestle, New York University professor emeritus of nutrition, food studies, and public health, on the health benefits — both real and fictitious — of nutritional supplements. From probiotics to vitamins, why do we take supplements without any scientific evidence that they do any good?

Harvard Data Science Review Podcast
Government Data: How Do They Serve Us but Also Concern Us

Harvard Data Science Review Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2021 35:15


On this episode we examine how the U.S. government collects data to serve the public and how to ensure such a process does not hurt the people it aims to serve. We discuss the good, the bad, and the ugly sides of this topic including privacy issues, the 2020 U.S. Census, how well-intended methods may adversely affect minority populations, and why it's important for local communities to collect and report their own data. We also ask how transparent should the federal government be about its data collection and who should the public be most worried about when it comes to data privacy? Our guests are Tim Persons, Chief Scientist for the U.S. Government Accountability Office (GAO) and Managing Director of its Science, Technology Assessment, and Analytics team and Julia Lane, New York University professor and co-founder of the Coleridge Initiative, a not-for-profit organization that is working with governments to ensure that data are more effectively used for public decision-making.

Science Friday
Picking Right COVID Test For Holidays, “Big Bang Theory” Of Cancer. Nov 19, 2021, Part 1

Science Friday

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2021 47:31


Here's How Biden's Infrastructure Bill Addresses Science President Joe Biden signed a massive bipartisan infrastructure bill into law this Monday. The measure focuses on a range of sectors. It would funnel billions into cleaning up pollution in the air and water with efforts that include eliminating lead service lines and cleaning up old, polluted manufacturing sites. The bill will also invest $7.5 billion to create a large-scale network of electric vehicle chargers across the country. In other big news this week, a new study confirms that masks are highly effective in combating COVID-19, reducing incidence of the disease by as much as 53% on its own. Researchers say this finding is significant and add that when masks are used in addition to other protective measures, like vaccines and hand washing, people can feel confident in their safety. Joining guest host Roxanne Khamsi to talk through these and other big science stories of the week is Nsikan Akpan, health and science editor for WNYC Public Radio in New York City. Happy (Holiday) Testing Season! The holiday season has snuck up once again, leaving many people to figure out familiar logistics: If travel will be involved, who to see, and what will be for dinner. But of course, we're still in a pandemic, so questions of safety remain. At the end of the day, we want to keep our families, friends, and loved ones healthy. COVID-19 tests are becoming a popular tool, helping many people make social situations safer. Quickly swabbing your nose or spitting in a tube can indicate if someone has been infected with the coronavirus. But with so many options available, and a big season of holiday get-togethers up ahead, many are wondering what kind of test is best—and when is the best time to get tested? Joining guest host Roxanne Khamsi to talk through COVID-19 testing questions are Dr. Céline Gounder, epidemiologist and professor at New York University's Grossman School of Medicine in New York, and Dr. Alex Greninger, assistant director at the clinical virology laboratories at the University of Washington Medical Center in Seattle. The Big Bang Theory Of Cancer Despite tremendous scientific advances, there's still so much scientists don't understand about cancer. One of the biggest remaining questions is how do tumors form in the first place? Researchers are getting closer to an answer. For years, the prevailing theory of tumor growth was that cancer cells gradually acquire a series of mutations that enable them to outcompete healthy cells and run amok. But improved genetic sequencing of cancers is revealing a more complicated picture. New technology has enabled a new theory of tumor development, called the big bang theory. It turns out that some types of cancer contain a whole hodge-podge of mutations right from the very beginning, even before the tumors are detectable on a scan. Researchers initially observed this pattern in colon cancer, and then replicated the findings in pancreatic, liver, and stomach cancers, too. Guest host Roxanne Khamsi talks to Christina Curtis, associate professor of medicine and genetics at Stanford University's School of Medicine about her research into tumor development, and how to improve cancer diagnosis and treatment.

New Books Network
Charlie Louth on Rainer Maria Rilke

New Books Network

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2021 69:15


Charlie Louth's illuminating recent book, Rilke: The Life of the Work (Oxford University Press, 2021) examines why Rilke's poems have exercised such preternatural attraction for now several generations of readers. The early 20th century German-language poet captured the experience of European culture irrevocably lurching into modernity, where an entire continent was forced to trade in its untenable and ultimately fantastically unrealistic Romantic worldview for the sober realization that humans are capable of even greater evil than any gods, and that life has meaning only if we continually create it. But unlike some other modernists, Rilke captured this vast cultural rupture in exceptionally beautiful and ever more effectively crafted, if ever less formal, poetry. Instead of explaining this effect away, Louth deepens the transformative experience of reading Rilke by offering his interpretation as one option among others and thus engaging the reader directly in the unfolding of each of Rilke's words. Louth's book follows the chronology of Rilke's life (1875 – 1926) but focuses on the works, often in the context of the situation when they were written, rather than on Rilke's itinerant life. I spoke with Charlie about the enduring importance of Rilke, about the Duino Elegies, and whether Rilke's 1915 poem “Death” – or any of his works in general – can alleviate the cold fact that as humans, no matter how blessed, we will face inconsolable loss. Charlie Louth is Associate Professor of German and Fellow of Queen's College, at Oxford University, in England. His research interests include poetry from the 18th century onwards, especially Goethe, Hölderlin, Mörike, Rilke and Celan; romanticism; translation; and comparative literature. His books include: Rilke: The Life of the Work (Oxford: OUP, 2020); Hölderlin and the Dynamics of Translation (Oxford: Legenda, 1998); (editor, with Patrick McGuinness), Gravity and Grace: Essays for Roger Pearson (Oxford: Legenda, 2019); (editor, with Florian Strob), Nelly Sachs im Kontext — eine »Schwester Kafkas«? (Heidelberg: Winter, 2014), and other works. He's also translated Rilke's Letters to Young Poet & The Letter from the Young Worker (Penguin, 2011). Uli Baer teaches literature and photography as University Professor at New York University. A recipient of Guggenheim, Getty and Humboldt awards, in addition to hosting "Speaking of…” he hosts (with Caroline Weber) the podcast "The Proust Questionnaire” and is Editorial Director at Warbler Press. Email ucb1@nyu.edu; Twitter @UliBaer. 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 German Studies
Charlie Louth on Rainer Maria Rilke

New Books in German Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2021 69:15


Charlie Louth's illuminating recent book, Rilke: The Life of the Work (Oxford University Press, 2021) examines why Rilke's poems have exercised such preternatural attraction for now several generations of readers. The early 20th century German-language poet captured the experience of European culture irrevocably lurching into modernity, where an entire continent was forced to trade in its untenable and ultimately fantastically unrealistic Romantic worldview for the sober realization that humans are capable of even greater evil than any gods, and that life has meaning only if we continually create it. But unlike some other modernists, Rilke captured this vast cultural rupture in exceptionally beautiful and ever more effectively crafted, if ever less formal, poetry. Instead of explaining this effect away, Louth deepens the transformative experience of reading Rilke by offering his interpretation as one option among others and thus engaging the reader directly in the unfolding of each of Rilke's words. Louth's book follows the chronology of Rilke's life (1875 – 1926) but focuses on the works, often in the context of the situation when they were written, rather than on Rilke's itinerant life. I spoke with Charlie about the enduring importance of Rilke, about the Duino Elegies, and whether Rilke's 1915 poem “Death” – or any of his works in general – can alleviate the cold fact that as humans, no matter how blessed, we will face inconsolable loss. Charlie Louth is Associate Professor of German and Fellow of Queen's College, at Oxford University, in England. His research interests include poetry from the 18th century onwards, especially Goethe, Hölderlin, Mörike, Rilke and Celan; romanticism; translation; and comparative literature. His books include: Rilke: The Life of the Work (Oxford: OUP, 2020); Hölderlin and the Dynamics of Translation (Oxford: Legenda, 1998); (editor, with Patrick McGuinness), Gravity and Grace: Essays for Roger Pearson (Oxford: Legenda, 2019); (editor, with Florian Strob), Nelly Sachs im Kontext — eine »Schwester Kafkas«? (Heidelberg: Winter, 2014), and other works. He's also translated Rilke's Letters to Young Poet & The Letter from the Young Worker (Penguin, 2011). Uli Baer teaches literature and photography as University Professor at New York University. A recipient of Guggenheim, Getty and Humboldt awards, in addition to hosting "Speaking of…” he hosts (with Caroline Weber) the podcast "The Proust Questionnaire” and is Editorial Director at Warbler Press. Email ucb1@nyu.edu; Twitter @UliBaer. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/german-studies

New Books in Literary Studies
Charlie Louth on Rainer Maria Rilke

New Books in Literary Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2021 69:15


Charlie Louth's illuminating recent book, Rilke: The Life of the Work (Oxford University Press, 2021) examines why Rilke's poems have exercised such preternatural attraction for now several generations of readers. The early 20th century German-language poet captured the experience of European culture irrevocably lurching into modernity, where an entire continent was forced to trade in its untenable and ultimately fantastically unrealistic Romantic worldview for the sober realization that humans are capable of even greater evil than any gods, and that life has meaning only if we continually create it. But unlike some other modernists, Rilke captured this vast cultural rupture in exceptionally beautiful and ever more effectively crafted, if ever less formal, poetry. Instead of explaining this effect away, Louth deepens the transformative experience of reading Rilke by offering his interpretation as one option among others and thus engaging the reader directly in the unfolding of each of Rilke's words. Louth's book follows the chronology of Rilke's life (1875 – 1926) but focuses on the works, often in the context of the situation when they were written, rather than on Rilke's itinerant life. I spoke with Charlie about the enduring importance of Rilke, about the Duino Elegies, and whether Rilke's 1915 poem “Death” – or any of his works in general – can alleviate the cold fact that as humans, no matter how blessed, we will face inconsolable loss. Charlie Louth is Associate Professor of German and Fellow of Queen's College, at Oxford University, in England. His research interests include poetry from the 18th century onwards, especially Goethe, Hölderlin, Mörike, Rilke and Celan; romanticism; translation; and comparative literature. His books include: Rilke: The Life of the Work (Oxford: OUP, 2020); Hölderlin and the Dynamics of Translation (Oxford: Legenda, 1998); (editor, with Patrick McGuinness), Gravity and Grace: Essays for Roger Pearson (Oxford: Legenda, 2019); (editor, with Florian Strob), Nelly Sachs im Kontext — eine »Schwester Kafkas«? (Heidelberg: Winter, 2014), and other works. He's also translated Rilke's Letters to Young Poet & The Letter from the Young Worker (Penguin, 2011). Uli Baer teaches literature and photography as University Professor at New York University. A recipient of Guggenheim, Getty and Humboldt awards, in addition to hosting "Speaking of…” he hosts (with Caroline Weber) the podcast "The Proust Questionnaire” and is Editorial Director at Warbler Press. Email ucb1@nyu.edu; Twitter @UliBaer. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/literary-studies

Think About It
Charlie Louth on Rainer Maria Rilke

Think About It

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2021 69:15


Charlie Louth's illuminating recent book, Rilke: The Life of the Work (Oxford University Press, 2021) examines why Rilke's poems have exercised such preternatural attraction for now several generations of readers. The early 20th century German-language poet captured the experience of European culture irrevocably lurching into modernity, where an entire continent was forced to trade in its untenable and ultimately fantastically unrealistic Romantic worldview for the sober realization that humans are capable of even greater evil than any gods, and that life has meaning only if we continually create it. But unlike some other modernists, Rilke captured this vast cultural rupture in exceptionally beautiful and ever more effectively crafted, if ever less formal, poetry. Instead of explaining this effect away, Louth deepens the transformative experience of reading Rilke by offering his interpretation as one option among others and thus engaging the reader directly in the unfolding of each of Rilke's words. Louth's book follows the chronology of Rilke's life (1875 – 1926) but focuses on the works, often in the context of the situation when they were written, rather than on Rilke's itinerant life. I spoke with Charlie about the enduring importance of Rilke, about the Duino Elegies, and whether Rilke's 1915 poem “Death” – or any of his works in general – can alleviate the cold fact that as humans, no matter how blessed, we will face inconsolable loss. Charlie Louth is Associate Professor of German and Fellow of Queen's College, at Oxford University, in England. His research interests include poetry from the 18th century onwards, especially Goethe, Hölderlin, Mörike, Rilke and Celan; romanticism; translation; and comparative literature. His books include: Rilke: The Life of the Work (Oxford: OUP, 2020); Hölderlin and the Dynamics of Translation (Oxford: Legenda, 1998); (editor, with Patrick McGuinness), Gravity and Grace: Essays for Roger Pearson (Oxford: Legenda, 2019); (editor, with Florian Strob), Nelly Sachs im Kontext — eine »Schwester Kafkas«? (Heidelberg: Winter, 2014), and other works. He's also translated Rilke's Letters to Young Poet & The Letter from the Young Worker (Penguin, 2011). Uli Baer teaches literature and photography as University Professor at New York University. A recipient of Guggenheim, Getty and Humboldt awards, in addition to hosting "Speaking of…” he hosts (with Caroline Weber) the podcast "The Proust Questionnaire” and is Editorial Director at Warbler Press. Email ucb1@nyu.edu; Twitter @UliBaer. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

New Books in Biography
Charlie Louth on Rainer Maria Rilke

New Books in Biography

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2021 69:15


Charlie Louth's illuminating recent book, Rilke: The Life of the Work (Oxford University Press, 2021) examines why Rilke's poems have exercised such preternatural attraction for now several generations of readers. The early 20th century German-language poet captured the experience of European culture irrevocably lurching into modernity, where an entire continent was forced to trade in its untenable and ultimately fantastically unrealistic Romantic worldview for the sober realization that humans are capable of even greater evil than any gods, and that life has meaning only if we continually create it. But unlike some other modernists, Rilke captured this vast cultural rupture in exceptionally beautiful and ever more effectively crafted, if ever less formal, poetry. Instead of explaining this effect away, Louth deepens the transformative experience of reading Rilke by offering his interpretation as one option among others and thus engaging the reader directly in the unfolding of each of Rilke's words. Louth's book follows the chronology of Rilke's life (1875 – 1926) but focuses on the works, often in the context of the situation when they were written, rather than on Rilke's itinerant life. I spoke with Charlie about the enduring importance of Rilke, about the Duino Elegies, and whether Rilke's 1915 poem “Death” – or any of his works in general – can alleviate the cold fact that as humans, no matter how blessed, we will face inconsolable loss. Charlie Louth is Associate Professor of German and Fellow of Queen's College, at Oxford University, in England. His research interests include poetry from the 18th century onwards, especially Goethe, Hölderlin, Mörike, Rilke and Celan; romanticism; translation; and comparative literature. His books include: Rilke: The Life of the Work (Oxford: OUP, 2020); Hölderlin and the Dynamics of Translation (Oxford: Legenda, 1998); (editor, with Patrick McGuinness), Gravity and Grace: Essays for Roger Pearson (Oxford: Legenda, 2019); (editor, with Florian Strob), Nelly Sachs im Kontext — eine »Schwester Kafkas«? (Heidelberg: Winter, 2014), and other works. He's also translated Rilke's Letters to Young Poet & The Letter from the Young Worker (Penguin, 2011). Uli Baer teaches literature and photography as University Professor at New York University. A recipient of Guggenheim, Getty and Humboldt awards, in addition to hosting "Speaking of…” he hosts (with Caroline Weber) the podcast "The Proust Questionnaire” and is Editorial Director at Warbler Press. Email ucb1@nyu.edu; Twitter @UliBaer. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/biography

The Weekend University
Diversity without Labels – The Psychology of Shaming and How We Can Do Better – Prof. Irshad Manji

The Weekend University

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2021 105:24


Get early access to our latest psychology lectures: http://bit.ly/new-talks5 In this one-of-a-kind session, Irshad Manji will take your questions about faltering relationships — in your family, among your friends, with your co-workers, or in society at large — and coach you to repair them by listening to understand and speaking to be understood. What does this have to do with diversity? Everything. Honest diversity isn't about labeling people according to race, gender, religion, sexuality, disability, or any other group marker. Instead, true diversity is about communicating with one another so that different points of view are heard, acknowledged, and appreciated, despite being disagreed with. Welcome to Irshad's no-shaming technique of creating unity without uniformity. Irshad will begin the session with an overview of the Moral Courage Method, a simple, science-backed approach to dealing with any polarized situation. She will then invite participants to put her teachings to the test. They will pose surprise questions about the divisions that are rocking their own lives. Irshad will mentor them to build and exercise their moral courage, all the while encouraging every participant (not just those asking the questions) to voice their doubts, skepticism, and challenges to her teachings. In that way, Irshad will also role-model how to have constructive conversations in the midst of disagreements. This session will wrap up with concrete tools and tips for starting and sustaining difficult dialogues. The bottom line? Any diversity that does not make peace with the existence of different opinions is merely a cosmetic diversity; one that is fixated on skin color and other superficialities. By contrast, the Moral Courage Method shows how we can transcend labels to humanize ourselves and each other, cultivating common ground even when we stand our ground. At Irshad's request, all proceeds from this session went to the Maggie Fleming Animal Hospice in Scotland. --- The recipient of Oprah Winfrey's first annual “Chutzpah Award” for boldness, Irshad Manji inspires and equips people to have honest, non-judgemental conversations about issues that polarize. Although she is an internationally bestselling author, her books are banned in many countries — which has intrigued a new generation to learn her techniques for effective communication. Irshad's latest book, Don't Label Me, is a primer on how to do diversity without inflaming the culture wars. (Fun fact: The comedian Chris Rock labels it “genius.”) A professor of leadership at New York University for many years, Irshad is now the founder of Moral Courage College. She also teaches moral courage with Oxford University's Initiative for Global Ethics and Human Rights. --- Links: - Get our latest psychology lectures emailed to your inbox: http://bit.ly/new-talks - Check out our next event: http://theweekenduniversity.com/events/ - Professor Irshad's website: https://irshadmanji.com/ - Professor Irshad's books: https://amzn.to/35s34xM

The Key Nutrition Podcast
KNP304 - Stress, Hormones, and Human Optimization With Dr. Ralph Esposito

The Key Nutrition Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2021 51:57


On today's show, I was joined by Dr. Ralph Esposito. We discussed all things hormones, vitamins and mineral deficiencies, stress, and how to optimize your body. About Dr. Ralph Esposito, ND, LAc - Naturopathic Physician for Athletic Greens Dr. Esposito is a naturopathic physician, acupuncturist, and functional medicine practitioner specializing in integrative urology and endocrinology with a hyper-focus on men's health. His precise and personalized style utilizes a systems biology and precision-medicine approach to medicine. In addition to advising as a peer reviewer for medical journals, he has authored several medical textbook chapters. He has designed education modules for health professionals specifically on male and female hormone dysfunction, urological conditions, hypogonadism, exercise, men's health, and sexual dysfunction. Dr. Esposito completed his medical internship at NYU Integrative and Functional Urology Center. He holds a position as an adjunct professor at New York University, where he lectures on integrative nutrition. Boilerplate: Athletic Greens is a global health company with a mission to empower people to take ownership of their health. The company sells comprehensive and convenient daily nutrition products that make it easy to get our bodies' nutritional insurance. Developed from a complex blend of 75 vitamins, minerals, and whole food-sourced ingredients, Athletic Greens Ultimate Daily is a comprehensive, all-in-one nutritional powder engineered to fill the nutritional gaps in your diet and support your body's nutritional needs across four pillars of health: gut health, immune support, energy, and recovery. Athletic Greens Ultimate Daily contains no GMOs, no harmful ingredients, no artificial colors or sweeteners. It is diet-friendly whether you eat keto, paleo, vegan, dairy-free, gluten-free, or practice intermittent fasting. Athletic Greens was founded in 2010 by CEO and serial entrepreneur Chris Ashenden. Learn more at athleticgreens.com .   Next Level Wait List -> http://mynextlevelexperience.com/wait-list/   Discount code: keynutrition for 20% off your first Legion order. Order Legion Supplements -> https://bit.ly/3mHRqYV   Connect with us on Instagram Host Brad Jensen – @thesoberbodybuilder Guest Dr. Ralph Esposito - @dr.ralpheposito Key Nutrition – @keynutrition

Skimm This
Bad Boys? Gosar, Putin, and Elon Musk

Skimm This

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2021 32:02


First up: We'll break down the headlines, including what got settled at a meeting between the leaders of the U.S. and China, why the sports world is on edge after the disappearance of a Chinese tennis star, new consumer spending data, and why the House voted to censure Republican Paul Gosar. Next: Vladimir Putin is causing headaches for world leaders again. We'll ask one expert: why is Russia stirring up trouble with Poland and Ukraine, and firing missiles into space?  Then: We've got an exclusive chat with Mayor Pete — or rather, U.S. Secretary of Transportation Pete Buttegieg — on what the newly-passed infrastructure bill will mean for your town or city. ICYMI: Elon Musk has been all over the news lately: selling Tesla stocks, insulting politicians, and telling the U.N. he'd help solve world hunger if they showed him a plan. We'll save you a scroll down his Twitter feed with a breakdown of what he's been up to … in 60 seconds. Plus: November is Native American Heritage Month. We'll speak to one expert about the dark history of American assimilation policies, and what new research is uncovering. Finally: Ahead of Thanksgiving, we called up a few of our doctor friends to ask what they're doing to celebrate the holiday safely this year. On this episode, you'll hear from:  John E. Herbst, senior director of the Atlantic Council's Eurasia Center and former U.S. Ambassador to Ukraine Pete Buttigieg, U.S. Secretary of Transportation Dr. Susana Grajales Geliga, co-director, Genoa Indian School Reconciliation Project Dr. Celine Gounder, clinical assistant professor of medicine and infectious diseases, New York University's Grossman School of Medicine Dr. Amber D'Souza, infectious disease epidemiologist, Johns Hopkins University Want more Skimm?  Sign up for our free daily newsletter Email us your questions about what's going on in the news right now  Subscribe and leave us a review wherever you get your podcasts Skimm'd by Alex Carr, Luke Vargas, and Ciara Long. Additional support from Sagine Corrielus. Engineered by Andrew Callaway. TheSkimm's head of audio is Graelyn Brashear. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Managed Care Cast
Use of Price Transparency Tool Reveals Clues About Health Care Consumers' Shopping Behavior

Managed Care Cast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2021 11:49


Proponents of price transparency hope that publishing health care prices can enable patients to shop for their health care services and better understand the bills that they receive. However, little is known about the value of marketwide transparency tools that reveal charges for out-of-network care. On this episode of Managed Care Cast, we're talking with an author of a study published in our November 2021 issue. The article, “Assessing Utilization of a Marketwide Price Transparency Tool,” describes how consumers use a shopping tool to research health care prices in their area. Joining us today is Grace Kim, MHA, a PhD student at New York University.

Finding Refuge
2.08 Reclaiming Care

Finding Refuge

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2021 50:38


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

New Books Network
Ambrogio A. Caiani, "To Kidnap a Pope: Napoleon and Pius VII" (Yale UP, 2021)

New Books Network

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021 43:29


In the wake of the French Revolution, Napoleon Bonaparte, First Consul of France, and Pope Pius VII shared a common goal: to reconcile the Catholic church with the French state. But while they were able to work together initially, formalizing a Concordat in 1801, relations between them rapidly deteriorated. In 1809, Napoleon ordered the Pope's arrest. Dr. Ambrogio Caiani, Senior Lecturer in Modern History at the University of Kent, in his book, To Kidnap a Pope: Napoleon and Pius VII (Yale University Press, 2021), provides a pioneering account of the tempestuous relationship between the emperor and his most unyielding opponent. Drawing on original source materials in the Vatican and other European archives, Dr. Caiani uncovers the nature of Catholic resistance against Napoleon's empire; charts Napoleon's approach to Papal power; and reveals how the Emperor attempted to subjugate the church to his vision of modernity. Gripping and vivid, this splendid book shows the struggle for supremacy between two great individuals—and sheds new light on the conflict that would shape relations between the Catholic church and the modern state for centuries to come. Charles Coutinho Ph. D. of the Royal Historical Society, received his doctorate from New York University. His area of specialization is 19th and 20th-century European, American diplomatic and political history. He has written for Chatham House's International Affairs, the Institute of Historical Research's Reviews in History and the University of Rouen's online periodical Cercles. 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 History
Ambrogio A. Caiani, "To Kidnap a Pope: Napoleon and Pius VII" (Yale UP, 2021)

New Books in History

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021 43:29


In the wake of the French Revolution, Napoleon Bonaparte, First Consul of France, and Pope Pius VII shared a common goal: to reconcile the Catholic church with the French state. But while they were able to work together initially, formalizing a Concordat in 1801, relations between them rapidly deteriorated. In 1809, Napoleon ordered the Pope's arrest. Dr. Ambrogio Caiani, Senior Lecturer in Modern History at the University of Kent, in his book, To Kidnap a Pope: Napoleon and Pius VII (Yale University Press, 2021), provides a pioneering account of the tempestuous relationship between the emperor and his most unyielding opponent. Drawing on original source materials in the Vatican and other European archives, Dr. Caiani uncovers the nature of Catholic resistance against Napoleon's empire; charts Napoleon's approach to Papal power; and reveals how the Emperor attempted to subjugate the church to his vision of modernity. Gripping and vivid, this splendid book shows the struggle for supremacy between two great individuals—and sheds new light on the conflict that would shape relations between the Catholic church and the modern state for centuries to come. Charles Coutinho Ph. D. of the Royal Historical Society, received his doctorate from New York University. His area of specialization is 19th and 20th-century European, American diplomatic and political history. He has written for Chatham House's International Affairs, the Institute of Historical Research's Reviews in History and the University of Rouen's online periodical Cercles. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/history

New Books Network
Jeremy Black, "Logistics: The Key to Victory" (Pen and Sword, 2021)

New Books Network

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021 36:38


All commanders know that an army (or navy) cannot operate without supplies, yet most aspects of war studies emphasize strategy, tactics, weaponry, and command. Master historian Jeremy Black fills a gap in war studies with his book, Logistics: The Key to Victory (Naval Institute Press, 2021) as a huge subject at the center of all conflict, globally and historically. The focus is on key conflicts, developments, and concepts--illustrating the vital role of logistics with technologies changing but underlying issues remaining constant. Here is a world history of logistics--a veritable compendium--but within a detailed and comprehensive but concise text. Factors affecting logistics include, for example, climate, geography, food supplies, welfare of troops, payment, transport, communications, terrain and distance, but also government policy, stability, and financial conditions. All are considered, including theoretical and practical factors of supply, from classical, ancient, early and medieval times, to modern eras of industrial warfare, especially with oil and steam, and scientific and technical advances-- even cyber warfare and smart weapons. Charles Coutinho Ph. D. of the Royal Historical Society, received his doctorate from New York University. His area of specialization is 19th and 20th-century European, American diplomatic and political history. He has written for Chatham House's International Affairs, the Institute of Historical Research's Reviews in History and the University of Rouen's online periodical Cercles. 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 History
Jeremy Black, "Logistics: The Key to Victory" (Pen and Sword, 2021)

New Books in History

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021 36:38


All commanders know that an army (or navy) cannot operate without supplies, yet most aspects of war studies emphasize strategy, tactics, weaponry, and command. Master historian Jeremy Black fills a gap in war studies with his book, Logistics: The Key to Victory (Naval Institute Press, 2021) as a huge subject at the center of all conflict, globally and historically. The focus is on key conflicts, developments, and concepts--illustrating the vital role of logistics with technologies changing but underlying issues remaining constant. Here is a world history of logistics--a veritable compendium--but within a detailed and comprehensive but concise text. Factors affecting logistics include, for example, climate, geography, food supplies, welfare of troops, payment, transport, communications, terrain and distance, but also government policy, stability, and financial conditions. All are considered, including theoretical and practical factors of supply, from classical, ancient, early and medieval times, to modern eras of industrial warfare, especially with oil and steam, and scientific and technical advances-- even cyber warfare and smart weapons. Charles Coutinho Ph. D. of the Royal Historical Society, received his doctorate from New York University. His area of specialization is 19th and 20th-century European, American diplomatic and political history. He has written for Chatham House's International Affairs, the Institute of Historical Research's Reviews in History and the University of Rouen's online periodical Cercles. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/history

Clearer Thinking with Spencer Greenberg
To be successful, should you focus on your strengths or your weaknesses? (with Anna Paley)

Clearer Thinking with Spencer Greenberg

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021 73:02


To increase our chances of success (in whatever domain and using definition of success), should we focus on boosting our strengths or shoring up our weaknesses? Are we harsher in our critiques of ourselves than in our critiques of others? What should an ideal inner monologue be like? What are some useful taxonomies of pain? Are there times when irrational, magical, emotionally-driven, and/or delusional types of thinking are useful?Anna Paley is insatiably curious about how best to live our lives. She is a behavioral scientist and marketing professor at Tilburg University in the Netherlands. She received her PhD from New York University, Stern School of Business in 2017. You can reach her at a.paley@tilburguniversity.edu.

Adherent Apologetics
215. Sy Garte: A Scientist Explains Why Evolution May be Evidence for God

Adherent Apologetics

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 12, 2021 44:57


Sy (Seymour) Garte, PhD in biochemistry, is the author of the award-winning book The Works of His Hands: A Scientist's Journey from Atheism to Faith (Kregel Publications, 2019). He has been a tenured professor at New York University, Rutgers University, and the University of Pittsburgh, division director at the Center for Scientific Review of the National Institutes of Health, and interim vice president for research at the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences. In this interview, I talk with Sy about evolution and Christianity. Is evolution contra Christian teaching? Is evolution really random? And much more! Follow Sy: https://twitter.com/sygarte?ref_src=twsrc%5Egoogle%7Ctwcamp%5Eserp%7Ctwgr%5Eauthor -------------------------------- GIVING -------------------------------- Please consider becoming a Patron! I am a full-time student, so your support helps make our content better and provides me Ramen money. Patreon (Thanks!): https://www.patreon.com/AdherentApologetics YouTube Membership: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCO8jj_CQwrRRwwwXBndo6nQ/join

You Learn You Turn
Zak Williams speaks to the importance of a Healthy Mind

You Learn You Turn

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2021 38:47


I was lucky enough to sit down with Zak Williams and discuss the importance of mental health and how his company, PYM Health, is creating new products that can help us achieve a more balanced life, both physically and mentally. This podcast ended up being more of a therapy session for me as he is easy to talk to is so knowledgeable! Thank you Zak for your time and I cant wait to see the new products you create. I for one will try them all:)Zak Williams is passionate about developing best-in-class products and experiences to provide effective, sustainable products for supporting optimal mental wellness and alleviating anxiety. As a mental health advocate, he focuses his time and effort on sharing his story and sharing his experiences to support initiatives and campaigns seeking to remove the stigma and address the challenges associated with mental health topics. Zak is CEO and founder of anxiety relief company PYM and is an investor in technology and consumer packaged goods companies. Formerly, Zak was COO of the recommendation platform Crossing Minds, the Director of Business Development for media company Condé Nast, and the marketing lead for gaming and media platform N3TWORK. Zak is a US trustee of the international advocacy organization United for Global Mental Health, a board member of mental health awareness non-profit Bring Change 2 Mind, and an advisor to national policy organization Inseparable and the mental health tech platform Project Healthy Minds. He received an MBA from Columbia Business School and a BA from New York University where he majored in Linguistics.

The Veritas Forum
God = ? | NYU Questions World-class Philosopher Alvin Plantinga on Science & Religion

The Veritas Forum

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2021 97:28


Yale Philosopher Daniel Greco asks Notre Dame Philosopher Dr. Alvin Plantinga questions regarding science, faith, and philosophy. An archive, 2013 interview hosted by the Veritas Forum at New York University. • Please like, share, subscribe to, and review this podcast. Thank you!

Grounded with Dinée Dorame
Episode 39 - Emma Zimmerman, Writer, Journalist, & Host of the Social Sport Podcast

Grounded with Dinée Dorame

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2021 64:25


“As I grow as a writer and a journalist, I am constantly just trying to listen and learn from new perspectives. Never put something off as a topic that you ‘know about' or that you've done work on…always be open to learning more and listening more.” Emma Zimmerman is a Brooklyn-based writer, journalist, and podcast host. Her work primarily explores topics of women in endurance sports, sport and social change, and environmental justice. Emma's Social Sport podcast, which is part of the CITIUS MAG Podcast Network, “features conversations with endurance athletes of all types committed to fostering social change.” Her writing has appeared in Taproot Magazine, Runner's World, Trail Runner, and more. Emma ran Cross Country and Track & Field at Grinnell College, where she also earned her BA in Political Science and Environmental Studies. She is currently pursuing her MFA in Creative Nonfiction Writing at New York University. In this conversation, Emma offers listeners a writing prompt to get your creativity flowing in the outdoors and we hear about how she's used writing as a tool for social change.   In This Episode: Social Sport, a Citius Mag Podcast Social Sport Ep. 53 – Dinée Dorame on Living Her Values as a Navajo Woman in Sports Media “How Dinée Dorame Is Building A Deeper Understanding Of Running Culture,' by Emma Zimmerman, Trail Runner Magazine, July 14, 2021 The Warmth of Other Suns by Isabel Wilkerson Ted Lasso on Apple TV+ The Mamas & the Papas Paul Simon   Follow Emma Zimmerman & Social Sport Podcast: Instagram (Emma): @emma_zimmerman Twitter (Emma): @emmamzimm Instagram (Social Sport): @socialsportpod http://www.emmamzimmerman.com/   Follow Grounded Pod: Instagram: @groundedpod Twitter: @groundedpod Facebook: facebook.com/groundedpodwithdinee   Subscribe, Listen, & Review on: Spotify | Apple Podcasts | Soundcloud | Stitcher   Music by Jacob Shije (Santa Clara Pueblo, NM). This podcast was made possible through the Tracksmith Fellowship Program.

You are a Lawyer Podcast
David Orozco - SettleShark Founder and Lawyer

You are a Lawyer Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2021 20:58


David Orozco has not sat for a bar exam, but David has not removed the option of ever taking a bar exam.  David creates businesses and teaches with this same anticipation or expectation to be surprised by what will happen next. As an undergraduate student at New York University, David Orozco took a Civil Liberties elective in his final year of school.  This course piqued David's interest in becoming a lawyer.  David quickly turned his initial fear of discovering case law and legal jargon into an appreciation for legal research and procedures. David attended law school at Northwestern's Pritzker School of Law and he thoroughly enjoyed law school.  David participated in a number of organizations and worked as an editor.  David planned to work in a large law firm or on Wall Street, but David's need to explore led him toward academia. After graduating from law school, David began a research fellowship at the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University.  After the fellowship, David began teaching at Michigan Technological University before teaching business administration at Florida State University. David Orozco is also the Editor-In-Chief of the American  Business LawJournal and co-founder of SettleShark, LLC.  SettleShark assists consumers and small business owners with settling their disputes.  David sees SettleShark as a consumer resource and activist tool to help the average consumer understand their rights and how to act with large corporations. SettleShark was created after David used demand letters to win thousands of dollars for consumers and David realized that this resource did not exist. Together with his business partner, Lonny, David uses SettleShark to level the playing field and educate the masses.  David Orozco is not licensed.  Connect with David Orozco on Twitter @ProfessorOrozco and @SettleShark and on LinkedIn.  Contact David Orozco at info@settleshark.com for access to his article about TicketMaster and their marketing practices.Follow the You Are A Lawyer podcast on Twitter @YouAreA_Lawyer, Instagram @youarealawyer, Clubhouse @youarealawyer, and on LinkedIn.  Follow the podcast host, Kyla Denanyoh, on Instagram @kjd796. This episode is sponsored by the Law Office of Vernon P. Thomas.

Shades of Freedom
Survivors Choose Healing and Restoration

Shades of Freedom

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2021 28:57


Danielle Sered envisioned, launched, and directs the nonprofit organization Common Justice. She leads the project's efforts locally and nationally to develop and advance practical and groundbreaking solutions to violence that advance racial equity, meet the needs of those harmed, and do not rely on incarceration.  Before planning the launch of Common Justice, Sered served as the deputy director of the Vera Institute of Justice's Adolescent Reentry Initiative, a program for young men returning from incarceration on Rikers Island. Prior to joining Vera, she worked at the Center for Court Innovation's Harlem Community Justice Center, where she led its programs for court-involved and recently incarcerated youth.Her book, Until We Reckon, received the Award for Journalism from the National Association for Community and Restorative Justice and was selected by the National Book Foundation for its Literature for Justice recognition. An Ashoka fellow and Stoneleigh fellow, Sered received her BA from Emory University and her masters degrees from New York University and Oxford University (UK), where she studied as a Rhodes Scholar.As a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, The Aspen Institute is nonpartisan and does not endorse, support, or oppose political candidates or parties. Further, the views and opinions of our guests and speakers do not necessarily reflect those of The Aspen Institute.Visit us online at The Aspen Institute Criminal Justice Reform Initiative and follow us on Twitter @AspenCJRI.

Positive Impact Philanthropy Podcast
Episode 34: An Interview with Jennifer Flood Founder & Executive Director of Flood Sisters Kidney Foundation

Positive Impact Philanthropy Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2021 23:48


Join Lori and her guest, Jennifer Flood, as they talk about just going for it when you have a vision that you want to execute. Jennifer is the founder and executive director of Flood Sisters Kidney Foundation. She shares the incredible story of how a seemingly uncommon and out-of-the-box idea would be the beginning of changing other people's lives. Stay tuned!   Here are the things to expect in this episode: Using Craigslist to look for donors for her father. How did it work? Being amazed by the responses of the people who wanted to help. Starting a nonprofit that helps match donors to patients. And many more!   About Jennifer Flood:   Jennifer is executive director and founder of Flood Sisters Kidney Foundation, which she started with her sisters while experiencing their father being diagnosed with kidney disease. Jennifer is a graduate of New York University where she received a bachelors of psychology degree. She was also on the Dean's list at NYU and received the Bart Lawson Award for Service in Humanitarianism for her service to New York City. Jennifer started her career in nursing and has worked for an array of well- known hospitals including NYPH – Weil Cornell in Westchester. She specialized in psychiatric nursing working in the field for 6 years. Aside from her past career in nursing, she has also worked as a paralegal for many affluent investment banks and firms. Her passion and time is devoted to helping others receive kidney transplants.   Connect with Jennifer! Website: https://floodsisterskidneyfnd.org/   Foundations mentioned: Harboring Hearts: https://harboringhearts.org/   Connect with Lori Kranczer! Website: https://www.everydayplannedgiving.com/  Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/positiveimpactphilanthropy  LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/lorikranczer/

Ask a Matchmaker
#73 - How to Harness Your Anxiety as a Superpower with Dr. Wendy Suzuki

Ask a Matchmaker

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2021 31:38


What if you could make friends with your anxiety? What if you could learn to leverage your anxiety to be a gift? We look at anxiety as such a bad thing, but so often our anxiety is trying to tell us something. Learning how to harness that can be a game changer. This week's conversation could help you change your life.Dr. Wendy A. Suzuki is a Professor of Neural Science and Psychology in the Center for Neural Science at New York University. Her TED talk has over 31 million views and was the 2nd most viewed ted talk of 2018. She's the author of “Healthy Brain, Happy Life” and “Good Anxiety” which is now available wherever books are sold. Pick up Dr. Wendy's new book at https://www.goodanxiety.com/Follow Dr. Wendy on Instagram at https://www.instagram.com/wendy.suzuki/Learn more about Dr. Wendy at https://www.wendysuzuki.com/Want to join an upcoming Agape Intensive? 2022 dates just announced! http://agapeintensive.comFollow Maria on Instagram to find out when the Matchmaker Hotline will be open to talk! http://instagram.com/matchmakermaria Follow Agape Match on Instagram at http://instagram.com/agapematchFollow the podcast on Instagram at http://instagram.com/askamatchmaker

Deep Chats Podcast
053 | Getting Off the Hamster Wheel with Lauren Krasnodembski

Deep Chats Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2021 39:21


In this episode, Jenn and Leah speak with Lauren Krasnodembski about mindful living and living a life you love. Lauren has created simple techniques for busy and driven women who need help finding their direction. This episode is filled with great tips and wisdom for anyone looking to get off that hamster wheel so they can live a life of purpose. In this episode we discussed:  Letting your purpose find you Saying ‘NO” to make space for your “HELL YES!” The importance of exercising your surrender muscle Why it is necessary to gather intel on yourself The power of asking deeper questions   Links lauren@mindmusclemotivator.com www.instagram.com/mind_muscle_motivator www.mindmusclemotivator.com   Stay in Touch:  Website Instagram: @deepchatspodcast  Watch our interviews recorded live on YouTube   About Leah & Jenn Leah Morris is a Life & Relationship Transition Coach, founder of Life Remade, published writer, and motivational speaker... She helps people to authentically process their feelings, thoughts, and emotions in order to give them a deeper understanding of themselves and others. Using a range of modalities including art, coaching,  guided visualization, and even her own story and experience of marriage, divorce, and finding herself again - Leah specializes in helping you gain a solid sense of Self Worth, develop unshakable Confidence, and heal after emotional Heartbreak. The biggest lesson she's learned in life thus far is that "there is no greater place to begin putting your life together than when it's been broken apart. Connect with Leah at www.LifeRemade.com or on Instagram @leahemorris   Jennifer Butler is a Love and Transformation Coach who is dedicated to helping women fall deeply in love with themselves and awaken to their own internal power to create joy, love, and freedom in their lives. Working with women in three areas: Conscious Uncoupling, Calling in “The One,” & Self-Discovery, Jennifer teaches clients to identify and transform internal obstacles and expand their capacity to love and be loved. Jennifer received her Masters in Clinical Social Work from New York University in 2002. After working as a trauma social worker in the hospital system, she took time off to become a mom and write a book. Jennifer authored Excerpts from the Heart of a Mom, inviting readers into her personal life and parenting journey, and sharing fundamental insights to a conscious approach to parenting. She also began “Live Through the Heart,” a blog that inspires readers to live more consciously in their daily lives. Connect with Jennifer at www.jennjoycoaching.com or on Instagram @jennjoybutler_lifecoach   Subscribe + Review Never miss an episode! Subscribe to the podcast!  

The Witch Wave
#79 - Lilith Dorsey, Author of "Orishas, Goddesses, and Voodoo Queens"

The Witch Wave

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2021 77:42


Lilith Dorsey hails from many magickal traditions, including Celtic, Afro-Caribbean, and Native American spirituality. They are the author of many books including Voodoo and Afro-Caribbean Paganism, The African-American Ritual Cookbook, Love Magic, Water Magic, and her newest book, Orishas, Goddesses, and Voodoo Queens: The Divine Feminine in the African Religious Traditions. Lilith has been a professional psychic for over three decades and since 1991, they have been doing successful magick and readings for patrons of their business. In addition to all that, they are also editor/publisher of Oshun-African Magickal Quarterly, and the filmmaker of the experimental documentary Bodies of Water: Voodoo Identity and Tranceformation. They were also the choreographer for jazz legend Dr. John's Night Tripper Voodoo Show.Lilith's formal education focused on plant science, anthropology, and film at the University of Rhode Island, New York University, and the University of London, and their magickal training includes numerous initiations in Santeria - also known as Lucumi - Haitian Vodoun, and New Orleans Voodoo.On this episode, Lilith discusses the feminine magic of African diaspora traditions, the true power of love spells, and how they blend the different spiritual strands of their multicultural lineage with care and respect.Pam also talks about Witches' New Year and the new moon, and answers a listener question about heeding Hecate's call.Our sponsors for this episode are Witch Baby Soap, The Pretty Cult, Kate's Magik, VERAMEAT, The Many Moons 2022 Daily Planner, BetterHelp, and The Path 365