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"That was the beginning of me working with a homeless women's choir. As someone who grew up doing music my whole life, it was just part of my DNA. This broke open everything I had ever thought or experienced about music, and it gave me some really new opportunities and new ways to look at the power and purpose of singing. For the people I was working with, it was part of what would get them through a day or week, and that was really powerful." Amanda Weber currently serves as Director of Worship and the Arts at Westminster Presbyterian Church in downtown Minneapolis, where she oversees a wealth of arts programming. Her work explores the intersections of art, spirituality, and justice and their impact on community. With a deep love for teaching, Weber has served as adjunct professor for Concordia University St. Paul and the University of Wisconsin-River Falls. She co-facilitated a Social Justice and Music January-term course at St. Olaf College and was a Vocal Instructor for theology students at Yale Divinity School. Weber also taught high school at the Greater Hartford Academy of the Arts in Hartford, CT.Weber is the Founder and Artistic Director of Voices of Hope, an organization that builds choral singing communities in correctional facilities in the state of Minnesota. Weber's doctoral dissertation, which focused on this work, was awarded the Julius Herford Dissertation Prize in 2018. She has presented on the topic of incarceration and choral singing at numerous conferences and was also invited to speak for a TEDx Minneapolis Salon in 2016.Weber's interest in using music as a tool for social justice grew through her work at Luther Place Memorial Church in Washington, DC, where she founded Bethany's Women of Praise, a choir for homeless women. Weber received a Doctorate of Musical Arts from the University of Minnesota in 2018, a Master of Music Degree in Choral Conducting at the Yale School of Music and Institute of Sacred Music in 2013, and a Bachelor of Arts in Music and Art at Luther College in 2008. You can find out more about Amanda by visiting amandakateweber.com and learn more about Voices of Hope at www.wearevoicesofhope.org. You can also find Amanda on Facebook (@amanda.weber.731) or Instagram (@we6er).Choir Fam wants to hear from you! Check out the Minisode Intro episode from September 16, 2022, to hear how to share your story with us. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to contact our hosts.Podcast music from Podcast.coPhoto in episode artwork by Trace Hudson from Pexels
In this episode, Amie & Sara discuss the case of nurse DonQuenick Joppy with nurse Amanda Golino. Ms. Joppy, a Black nurse claims she faced racial discrimination at an Aurora hospital that led to her being wrongly prosecuted for manslaughter in the death of an elderly patient. We agree. The criminal charges, brought by the Colorado Attorney General's Office, were later dropped at the prosecution's request “in the interest of justice,” a motion to dismiss shows. Where is the same outrage/energy nursing colleagues had for Radonda Vaught? This could happen to any nurse too. Please elevate and amplify Ms. Joppy's story. https://www.denverpost.com/2022/05/04/donquenick-joppy-lawsuit-medical-center-aurora/ Full case transcript here: https://www.scribd.com/document/572914029/DonQuenick-Joppy-sues-hospital# Sharing DQs fundraiser for legal fees: http://spot.fund/wdwcvsc Venmo is @GiveUsOurHarvest and her CashApp is $DonQuenick Denver Post article: https://www.denverpost.com/2022/05/04/donquenick-joppy-lawsuit-medical-center-aurora/ DailyKos: https://m.dailykos.com/stories/2022/5/5/2095876/--It-s-wild-Black-nurse-sues-hospital-after-she-was-targeted-with-unjust-criminal-charges Hashtags on Twitter: #IStandWithDonQuenick #RacismInNursing #JusticeForDQ
It's the triumphant (?) return of Anney's happy hours! Back after a brief hiatus, we chat about the concept of settling down.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In this episode, we're going to talk with Ms. Divine Bailey-Nicholas, midwife apprentice, doula, certified lactation counselor, and master herbalist about her career in birth work, advocacy and plant medicine in Louisiana. We learn how she utilizes a community model of care that brings resources and education to combat maternal health deserts in the Deep South of the US. Originally from Chicago, Illinois, Ms. Divine is proud of her Delta, Mississippi, Alabama, and Georgia roots. Her cultural foundation breathes through her plant medicine and birth work. Currently, Ms. Divine is a charter member of the Afro-American Historical and Genealogical Society, Louisiana chapter, where her role is historian. She's a member of the Healthy St. Landry Steering Committee and member of the Community Partners Advisory Sub-Community for the Louisiana Perinatal Quality Collaborative. Divine is also the founder and executive director of Community Birth Companion, a nonprofit organization working to decrease infant and maternal mortality rates through childbirth education, breastfeeding support, and community doula support in St. Landry Parish, Louisiana, where she resides with her husband and four children. Ms. Divine shares the reality of maternity care in the Southern US, including high rates of morbidity, mortality, and poor infant outcomes, especially among Black women. Ms. Divine shares how she has been inspired by the work of Grand Midwife Shafia Monroe to become a resource to her community and is working to improve birth outcomes and combat maternal health deserts through her perinatal safe space, the Community Birth Companion. Through a community model of care, Ms. Divine is providing education and empowerment to the families she serves. Additionally, Ms. Divine shares insight into her work as a Master Herbalist and teaches courses to support families in pregnancy and postpartum. Content warning: maternal mortality, maternal morbidity, maternal care deserts, health care inequalities, racism Resources Follow Ms. Divine's work on her social media channels: Instagram Facebook Learn about Ms. Divine's services or sign up for Ms. Divine's courses on plant medicine on her website here Learn more about Ms. Divine's work with Community Birth Companion on their website here Follow the Community Birth Compnaion on social media: Instagram Facebook Additional Resources: Listen to EBB 152 – Shafia Monroe on Traditional Black Midwifery, Spirituality, and Community Advocacy here Learn more about Safia Monroe on her webite and follow her work on Instagram Listen to EBB 56 – Listening to Black Midwives: Ms. Charlotte Shilo-Goudeau here Listen to EBB 156 – Nicole Deggins of Sista Midwife Productions on Navigating Systemic Racism in Birth Work here Read Kelena Reid Maxwell's Dissertation Birth Behind the Veil: African American Midwives and Mothers in the Rural South here Find the Black Birthing Bill of Rights here Go to our YouTube channel to see video versions of the episode listed above!! For more information and news about Evidence Based Birth®, visit www.ebbirth.com. Find us on: TikTok Instagram Pinterest Ready to get involved? Check out our Professional membership (including scholarship options) here Find an EBB Instructor here Click here to learn more about the Evidence Based Birth® Childbirth Class.
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Episode 65: Jury Selection and Trump v. Stormy DanielsGuest: Ella Woodruff and Alexander JohnsonIn this episode, Dewhitt interviews two more of his Heartland Community College Introduction to Criminal Justice emerging adults, Ella Woodruff and Alexander Johnson. These two astute SUPERSTARS will enlighten you on the American jury system. Dewhitt, Ella, and Alexander discuss the following: Their career goalsMajor or anticipated majorWhy they enrolled in the courseCollege NowTaylor v. LouisianaShould women be allowed to serve on a juryBench TrialJury TrialGrand juryThe most common type of trialPeremptory challengesChallenges for causeJury selection in a Trump Indictment5th Amendment6th Amendment8th AmendmentBlack Lives MatterWhite SupremacyLegalization of marijuanaFree community collegeWhat they'd like to see the Biden administration accomplishYou can listen to the JFA Podcast Show wherever you get your podcast or by clicking on one of the links below.https://dlbspodcast.buzzsprout.comhttps://blog.feedspot.com/social_justice_podcasts/ https://peculiarbooks.org Also if you are interested in exercise and being healthy check out the Top 20 Triathlon Podcasts.https://blog.feedspot.com/triathlon_podcasts/
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This week, on the Corner, we delve into the world of harm reduction with New Jersey Harm Reduction Coalition Co-founder Caitlin O'Neill. We explore the roots and principles of harm reduction, its role as a movement, and how it has transformed the lives of those dealing with substance use disorders. Join us as we discuss the impact of harm reduction on public health and the dignity of individuals who use drugs. Learn how a morally neutral, practical approach can make a difference in the lives of millions on the next Behavioral Corner.-------------------------------The Behavioral Corner Podcast is made possible by Retreat Behavioral Health. Learn more.
Wade Moore runs Urban Preparatory Academy in Wichita, Kansas, a private K-8 school where most of the students attend tuition-free through the state's low-income tax-credit scholarship program. Pastor Moore has been a longtime advocate for expanding education choice programs to enable more children to have access to the best educational fit for them. "It's life and death to students," he says. Urban Prep was a 2022 finalist for the prestigious Yass Prize, winning a $500,000 grant to expand Urban Prep to a second location in the Wichita area and serve more students. Sign up for my free, weekly email newsletter on education trends at fee.org/liberated.
We've hosted several episodes about Dobbs and its aftermath. On this episode, Lindsay Langholz is joined by Khiara M. Bridges for a broader conversation about forced birth in America and what it means for pregnant people, families, and the law when forced birth becomes a banality. Join the Progressive Legal Movement Today: ACSLaw.org Today's Host: Lindsay Langholz, Sr Director of Policy and Program Guest: Khiara M. Bridges, Professor, UC Berkeley School of Law Link: "Race in the Roberts Court," by Khiara M Bridges Link: National Network of Abortion Funds Link: Sister Song Link: "Reproductive Justice," Loretta Ross and Rickie Solinger Visit the Podcast Website: Broken Law Podcast Email the Show: Podcast@ACSLaw.org Follow ACS on Social Media: Facebook | Instagram | Twitter | LinkedIn | YouTube ----------------- Production House: Flint Stone Media Copyright of American Constitution Society 2023.
Wagons West this week, with a guest I've been trying to get on the show since the early days. It's Victor Lavalle.I had always wanted to speak to him about The Ballad of Black Tom in the dream that we could join together to call Lovecraft names. As it turns out, that will have to wait, cos he's brought out a brand-new novel … and it's a Weird Western. Cue squealing!! It's one of my favourite sub-genres.We talk about homesteading and wilderness, about bad neighbours and New York City, about family and fidelity to truth and the need for happy endings … and there's an awful lot of chat about monsters. This is one of the best episodes of the year so far. You'll learn, you'll laugh, you'll almost certainly cry. Why aren't you crying? What's wrong with you? Are you heartless??Enjoy!Lone Women was published by on March 28thth by One WorldOther books mentioned in this episode include:The Ballad of Black Tom (2016), by Victor LavalleThe Changeling (2017), by Victor LavalleThe Devil in Silver (2012), by Victor LavalleMontana Women Homesteaders: A Field of One's Own (2009), by Dr Sarah CarterThe Autobiography of My Mother (1996), by Jamaica KincaidSupport Talking Scared on PatreonCome talk books on Twitter @talkscaredpod, on Instagram, or email direct to email@example.com Support the show
In the post-apocalyptic world of The Last of Us, Marlene fought to find a cure, while also looking over her best friend's daughter Ellie from afar. We shine a light on her backstory, her struggles with leadership and depression, and the reasoning behind her decisions.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Whether you call it peak survival or the early halfway, the millennial midlife crisis looks a bit different, if it happens at all. We talk about why that is.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Dr. Lise Deguire is a psychologist, burn survivor, speaker, and author. At the age of 4, Lise was severely burned in an accidental yet careless fire caused by her mother. Lise spent years in the hospital recovering, undergoing multiple reconstructive surgeries, experiencing bullying, and navigating the world in a house run by parents who she describes as outrageously flawed, gifted, and iconoclastic. In spite of her beginnings and losing 4 family members to suicide, Lise continually found resilience, becoming a psychologist, mother of two daughters, and disfigurement advocate. In the multiple-award-winning memoir Flashback Girl: Lessons on Resilience from a Burn Survivor, Lise tells her story of survival and shares life lessons that will help us also find the silver linings and resilience we need to come back from the brink. In conversation with Jay, they discuss her experiences and why she's on a mission to help people find pathways toward resilience and create a paradigm shift around disfigurement. Please find a transcription of this episode: https://allaboutchangepodcast.com/podcast-episode/lise-deguireSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
This week Meg and Alex chat about the state of housing in 53206 and discuss some recent interactions with property wholesalers attempting to buy their house.
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Pope Francis has been widely criticized for his comments against capitalism and for favoring Socialism. In this video, Dr. Taylor Marshall examines Dr. Jordan Peterson's correction of Pope Francis in his tweet about #SocialJustice and individual salvation. Watch and see what Jordan Peterson has to say about the Pope and his teachings! Watch this new […] The post 962: Jordan Peterson BLASTS the Pope [Podcast] appeared first on Taylor Marshall.
Look for the Light. In the finale of our Last of Us mini-series, we break down the heartbreaking decision at the heart of the final episode and its implications.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Bring out the googly eyes and find joy with us as we unpack the many multiverses of this classic everything bagel episode of Everything Everywhere All At Once, jumping from themes like motherhood, identity, being queer, the meaning of life, and of course, cinnamon rollsSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Show Notes When considering the call of Christ on every believer's life, Rev. Stephanie Wilkins condenses it down simply to showing up to love God and others well. She and Angela explore how an ethos rooted in Christ's love for us propels Rev. Stephanie as an activist and an educator to show up in a broken world and bring forth positive change. Going into the public sphere as a “first responder” of moral agency follows the path of Jesus to go where the needs are greatest. Doing what Jesus did, this practical theologian will inspire you to show up to love. Enjoying the podcast? Take our survey and help shape the future of Mutuality Matters! Go to cbe.today/podsurvey. Disclaimer The opinions expressed in CBE's Mutuality Matters' podcast are those of its hosts or guests do not purport to reflect the opinions or views of CBE International or its members or chapters worldwide. The designations employed in this podcast and the presentation of content therein do not imply the expression of any opinion whatsoever on the part of CBE concerning the legal status of any country, area or territory or of its authorities, or concerning the delimitation of its frontiers. Bio Rev. Wilkins transitioned from educating children to a second career working to serve God through ministry when she answered her call in 2013. She graduated from Southern Methodist University Perkins School of Theology in 2018 with a Master of Arts in Ministry. She was ordained as a United Methodist Deacon in 2021. She is currently working on her Doctorate in Ministry at United Theological Seminary in Dayton, Ohio. Rev. Stephanie works in the area of Social Justice and Community Engagement. She is one of the Associate Pastors of St. John's Downtown. She has been involved in organizing the Poor People's Campaign, Black Voters Matter, Pure Justice (a criminal justice reform advocacy group), and the Houston Society for Change. Rev. Wilkins sees her call as one that follows the example of Christ. “Jesus was what I would call a “first responder;” Jesus went where the trouble was, and that is what I am called to do.” She believes in the scripture found in Matthew 25 which reads, “Whatever you did to the least of these my brothers and sisters, you did it to me.” To be on the side of the oppressed and to work to alleviate suffering is her call and she strives to answer it daily. Other Reading Educator and Visionary: A Profile of Mary McLeod Bethune Righteous Love: Making Space for Love Among Black Women Great Love: Reflections on Jesus's Inclusion of the Unnamed Woman Means of Contacting firstname.lastname@example.org
Jews Talk Racial Justice with April and Tracie
Resilience has gotten a bad rap recently. The ability to “bounce back” has been conflated with the requirement to bounce back into oppressive dynamics. But it's those oppressive dynamics, not the bouncing back, that's ultimately the problem. In this episode, April explores the difference between the gift of resilience and the ways in which it has been weaponized by capitalist and neo-colonialist contexts, and previews the work she'll be leading in the Redefining Resilience workshop next week.Secure your spot in the workshop: joyousjustice.com/resilienceDiscussion and reflection questions:What in this episode is new for you? What have you learned and how does it land?What is resonating? What is sticking with you and why?What feels hard? What is challenging or on the edge for you?What feelings and sensations are arising and where in your body do you feel them?Visit https://joyousjustice.com to learn more about Joyous Justice, LLC, our team, and get connected & involved in our community!Join our online community: https://www.facebook.com/groups/590922415522750Submit a question, insight, or topic or guest suggestion at https://joyousjustice.com/connectFind April's TikTok videos here: https://www.tiktok.com/@aprilavivabaskinFollow us on Instagram (@joyous.justice), Twitter, (@JoyousJustice), or Facebook (www.facebook.com/joyousjustice365)Visit https://joyousjustice.com to learn more about Joyous Justice, LLC, our team, and get connected & involved in our community!Want to work with us? If you are considering one of our group or executive coaching packages, but want to talk it through, you can schedule a no-obligation zoom with April: https://calendly.com/aprilnbaskin/chat-w-aprilAll content © 2023 The Joyous Justice Podcast.
Order the Leading Equity Book Today! Jennifer Brinkmeyer Jennifer Brinkmeyer teaches sheltered ELA for English Learners and 9th and 10th grade academic support. She is also the founder of Freed Reading, where her passion is building literacy supports that include all students. Show Highlights How to structure your prompts 5 ways to leverage ChatGPT for Social Justice Connect with Jennifer Instagram Extra Resource Additional Resources Book Dr. Eakins Watch The Art of Advocacy Show Learn more about our Student Affinity Groups Free Course on Implicit Bias 20 Diversity Equity and Inclusion Activities FREE AUDIO COURSE: Race, Advocacy, and Social Justice Studies
Kale Zelden will be on to talk about Jordan Peterson picking a fight with Pope Francis on Twitter over #SocialJustice. The Quest for a Spiritual Home Conference with PVK, Jonathan Pageau and John Vervaeke by Estuary Chino May 18 to 21 2023 Link for tickets https://events.eventzilla.net/e/estuary-chino-2023-2138601197 Paul Vander Klay clips channel https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCX0jIcadtoxELSwehCh5QTg Bridges of Meaning Discord https://discord.gg/J5PmNPmv https://www.meetup.com/sacramento-estuary/ My Substack https://paulvanderklay.substack.com/ Estuary Hub Link https://www.estuaryhub.com/ If you want to schedule a one-on-one conversation check here. https://paulvanderklay.me/2019/08/06/converzations-with-pvk/ There is a video version of this podcast on YouTube at http://www.youtube.com/paulvanderklay To listen to this on ITunes https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/paul-vanderklays-podcast/id1394314333 If you need the RSS feed for your podcast player https://paulvanderklay.podbean.com/feed/ All Amazon links here are part of the Amazon Affiliate Program. Amazon pays me a small commission at no additional cost to you if you buy through one of the product links here. This is is one (free to you) way to support my videos. https://paypal.me/paulvanderklay Blockchain backup on Lbry https://odysee.com/@paulvanderklay https://www.patreon.com/paulvanderklay Paul's Church Content at Living Stones Channel https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCh7bdktIALZ9Nq41oVCvW-A To support Paul's work by supporting his church give here. https://tithe.ly/give?c=2160640
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Meet the New Zealand Prime Minister Who Gave Birth in Office in this classic episode.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
NINA SIMONS is Co-founder and Chief Relationship Officer at Bioneers and leads its Everywoman's Leadership program. Throughout her career spanning the nonprofit, social entrepreneurship, corporate, and philanthropic sectors, Nina has worked with nearly a thousand diverse women leaders across disciplines, race, class, age and orientation to create conditions for mutual learning, trust and leadership development. She co-edited Moonrise: The Power of Women Leading from the Heart, and authored Nature, Culture, and the Sacred: A Woman Listens for Leadership—released as a second edition in 2022 with an accompanying discussion guide and embodied practices. The first edition won Nautilus awards in the categories of Women in the 21st Century and Social Change & Social Justice. Both books are being used to inspire and ignite learning in individuals, circles and classrooms. I recently had the gift of sitting with author, speaker and social justice advocate, Nina Simons. Starting with how one of the patriarchy's primary tactics for maintaining dominant control is to prevent women from discovering their full potential as leaders provided a rich and potent conversation. The patriarchy, justifiably, fears that when women come together in relationships built on trust, they have the power to develop each other's leadership skills profoundly and rapidly. As Nina and I discussed, women are moving past the time of letting the patriarchy's fear become their limitation. As Nina shared from her years of study, a primary contributor to the hyper- masculinization in which we have been living starting with The Burning Times. 300 years of persecution of women has left deep-seated epigenetic trauma that still effects all people of our current generations. As the listener will hear, Nina is unwavering in her hearts knowing that as women break free from the labels that have been bequeathed to them, we will all become the powerful leaders who will transform our world. And Nina is committed to opening new pathways for us to make this our collective reality. Email: email@example.com Facebook profile https://www.facebook.com/nina.simons Instagram profile @1ninasimons LinkedIn profile https://www.linkedin.com/in/nina-simons/ SPECIAL GIFTS FROM NINA: ninasimons.com. bioneers.org/ncs (for a free download of intro to book) SPECIAL OFFER: 20% discount on registration for Bioneers April 6-8 in Berkeley: Use CODE LM20 in registration
On today's solo show, we are tackling the topics of what the gospel is, social justice, and the importance of kingdom living now. I hope you come away from this episode edified, encouraged, and fired up to live out your God-given call to be the hands and feet of Jesus every day of your life. What I Chat about in Today's Episode: ~Asking (and answering!) the question, "What is the gospel?"; understanding that, at its foundation, it is first and foremost about our eternal salvation, but that it does not end there ~The vertical AND horizontal implications of the gospel ~Why "Just preach the gospel" is an incomplete message (and why we have to stop being inconsistent with when we do and do not issue forth that call!) ~Understanding that the gospel has direct implications for how we live and how we love and serve our fellow image bearers ~The topic of "social justice", some of the baggage that commonly surrounds that term, and breaking it down to understand what it means ~The reality that "social righteousness" (John Wesley's term of choice) predates anything socialistic or communistic from Marx or Lenin (which is often the reason people don't like the term "social justice") and therefore is something important for us to keep in mind ~The importance of not handing over the keys to the kingdom or dropping the ball and giving the world the mission the church has of making sure we are not neglecting our duties to feed the hungry, welcome the stranger, set free the captive, help the oppressed, care for the poor, visit the imprisoned, etc. ~What James says the "evidence of true religion is" ~Jesus' words regarding the gospel being "good news for the poor" and what this tells us ~Isaiah 58 and what this passage tells us about the nature of the gospel ~The reason Jesus gives for why the sheep and goats will be separated at the end of time - the answer may surprise you! ~Our mission to be the hands and feet of Christ ~The "social gospel" as an outflow of the gospel itself ~The importance of love and why Paul says it is the most important thing ~The importance of kingdom living now, and if something is not appropriate in heaven, it is not appropriate now ~The gospel's goal of restoring all that was lost in the Garden ~And more! For full shownotes, head to www.hargraveshomeandhearth.com/podcast
This week Ali and JoDee sit down with Lillian Barkes, the co-founder and CEO of Listen To Our Future and a former educator of three years. Together, they'll discuss how she has grown her nonprofit, staying connected to the students and teachers they serve, and the different approach they take to training their staff. Connect with Lillian: LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/lillian-barkes-2b5a49126/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/lillybarkes/Connect with Listen To Our Future: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/listentoourfuture/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ListentoourfutureindyConnect with Ali and JoDee:Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/tgtrpodcast/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/tgtrpodcastAli's LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/alisimon/JoDee's LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jodeescissors/For episode transcriptions visit: https://thegreatteacherresignation.buzzsprout.com
Good day and good day! Welcome to another episode of The Equity Experience Podcast! On today's episode, I'm happy to share with you all five (5) films that I've used in my teaching practices to help students think through topics about race, identity, justice, and advocacy. As a teaching strategy, I think films are powerful tools to promote critical thinking based on the director's interpretation of a topic, the use of visual imagery, and powerful narration and storytelling. Listen to episode 65 as I share with you five (5) films that you can use in your school district, organization or classroom to have courageous conversations about race, equity, diversity, and inclusion. **************************************************************************************** The Equity Experience Podcast is curated and hosted by Dr. Karla Manning, Founder of The Equity Leadership Group, LLC. We are a team of educators and researchers dedicated to helping educators and school leaders achieve educational equity and inclusion. The Equity Leadership Group offers customized training, leadership coaching, strategy planning services, and needs assessment services. Schedule a complimentary discovery call today! https://calendly.com/karlamanning/discoverycall20mins or visit www.equityleadershipgroup.com for more information. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/karla958/support
What exactly and why are they so popular? We go over some history, tropes and examples.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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In this episode Jill, Laiya, and Aja reflect on what makes an impactful social justice movement. To dive deeper into what it takes to get a community organized check out the two articles below. How to get organized: https://www.brightest.io/community-organizing How to support social movements: https://mashable.com/article/social-justice-get-involved See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
EP 104 | Why Redeeming Truth? | Redeeming Truth Pastors Jon Benzinger, Dale Thackrah, and Kyle Swanson talk about the origin of Redeeming Truth Podcast and reflect on past episodes. Redeeming Truth Podcast Playlist: https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLLViZXZvfiieZEiZH7F4j97PcAmIpfV9F Episodes Mentioned: 1. Salvation: https://youtu.be/i7Tb8Vdpup8 2. How to Fight on Twitter: https://youtu.be/yF9lWkcEmIc 3. Owen Strachan Dialogues on Social Justice 3: https://youtu.be/KwlcnP_p4bA 4. Bill Roach God Is the Author of the Bible: https://youtu.be/6VJmV54rgBU The Attack on Inerrancy: https://youtu.be/lwrzmF9t3-s 5. Dave Farnell TGC Redefining Inerrancy & the ICBI: https://youtu.be/h-vGrORntRo Are We Starting a Seminary?: https://youtu.be/0jrjXLYbEnQ 6. Alisa Childers Progressive Christianity & Social Justice: https://youtu.be/EXIPNqD6Z5A 7. Darrell & Virgil Dialogues on Social Justice 2: https://youtu.be/sdtuO8926NQ Click here to Subscribe to our channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCenfIkvDIJa4Qb4WgsH8hkw?sub_confirmation=1 Follow us on Instagram https://www.instagram.com/redeemerbibleaz/ For more information about Redeemer Bible Church in Gilbert, Arizona, or to help support this ministry, please visit us at https://www.redeemeraz.org Join our Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/redeemeraz Follow us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/redeemeraz Never miss a sermon, find our Redeeming Truth Podcast in your favorite player, and subscribe!
What does it mean to live a life of service? In this episode, Aliza sits down with Dr. Kaye Wise Whitehead, Professor of Communication and African American Studies at Loyola University (Maryland) among other titles she holds, about being on the ground documenting the events of 9/11 as they were unfolding, communicating to the public about COVID-19 before it became mainstream news, how we can be a part of the solution instead of the problem and so much more. You don't want to miss this episode!Links & ResourcesDr. Kaye Wise WhiteheadDr. Kaye on InstagramDr. Kaye on TwitterEssence 2019 Woke 100 ListTwin Towers: A History [Documentary]Letters to My Black Sons [Book]Today with Dr. Kaye Facebook PageDr. Kaye x Dr. Fauci InterviewAfroWant more from SheSpeaks?* Sign up for our podcast newsletter HERE! * Connect with us on Instagram, FB & Twitter @shespeaksup Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
As we await the fate of the Biden administration's student loan forgiveness program before the Supreme Court, we take a look at the evolving use and existence of executive power. How powerful should the executive branch be? How would we go about reducing executive power? Jeanne Hruska speaks with Peter M. Shane about the evolution of executive power, with a close look at the last 40 years. Join the Progressive Legal Movement Today: ACSLaw.org Today's Host: Jeanne Hruska, ACS Senior Advisor for Communications and Strategy Guest: Peter M. Shane, ACS Board of Directors, Ohio State University's Moritz College of Law Link: Democracy's Chief Executive Podcast Link: "What Ford's Pardon of Nixon Means (and Doesn't Mean) for Trump," by Garrett M. Graff Visit the Podcast Website: Broken Law Podcast Email the Show: Podcast@ACSLaw.org Follow ACS on Social Media: Facebook | Instagram | Twitter | LinkedIn | YouTube ----------------- Production House: Flint Stone Media Copyright of American Constitution Society 2023.
تمّ إجراء المقابلة معه قبل وفاته بعدة أشهر، تحدّث د. عبد الستّار قاسم عن النقاط المفصلية في مسيرة حياته، والتي أثّرت على مجمل النشاطات التي يقوم بها على المستويين الشخصي والعام. وتحدّث عن قلة الإنتاج المعرفي النقدي حول فلسطين وعن صعوبة إنشاء مساحة نقدية فلسطينية تشجع الفكر النقدي مع توضيح حيثيات المجتمع الفلسطيني الذي يحول دون ذلك، بالإضافة إلى شحّ تمويل المراكز البحثية والندوات والمؤتمرات العلمية. ووضّح أنّ المؤسسات العلمية هي ليست مؤسسات فلسطينية بقدر ما هي مؤسسات فصائلية أو قبلية، وهذا يؤثر على الإنتاج، وحتى لو أعطى إنتاج فالإنتاج يكون هزيلًا على المستوى العلمي العالمي المطلوب، وإنما يكون منحازًا مسبقًا، ويُكتب لصالح هذا الفصيل أو ذاك، لأنه في النهاية يريد أن يرضي الجهة التي تمول مركز الأبحاث، وهذا الشيء كان عصيّا على قبول د. عبد الستار قاسم. وفي هذا السياق أشار د. قاسم إلى ضرورة عدم تسييس المؤسسات التعليمية؛ فالتسييس –برأيه- يخرّب المؤسسات العلمية والتعليمية (المدارس والجامعات). والمفترض بهذه المؤسسات أن تقوم وفق أسس ومبادئ ومنطلقات علمية. عبد الستار قاسم: كاتب ومفكر ومحلل سياسي وأكاديمي فلسطيني من بلدة دير الغصون قضاء طولكرم، وأستاذ العلوم السياسية والدراسات الفلسطينية في جامعة النجاح الوطنية في نابلس، وهو معروف بمواقفه الرافضة للمفاوضات مع إسرائيل، ومواقفه المنتقدة للسلطة الوطنية الفلسطينية. وُلد عام 1948، وتوفي عام 2021. صدر له 25 كتابًا، وحوالي 130 بحثًا علميًا، وآلاف المقالات أبرزها: الفلسفة السياسية التقليدية، سقوط ملك الملوك (حول الثورة الإيرانية)، الشهيد عز الدين القسام، مرتفعات الجولان، التجربة الاعتقالية، أيام في معتقل النقب، حرية الفرد والجماعة في الإسلام، المرأة في الفكر الإسلامي، سيدنا إبراهيم والميثاق مع بني إسرائيل، الطريق إلى الهزيمة، الموجز في القضية الفلسطينية، قبور الثقفين العرب. لبابة صبري: فلسطينية مقدسية، محاضرة في جامعة بيت لحم في فلسطين، وباحثة في مجال علم الاجتماع وعلم الإنسان، متخصصة بعلم اجتماع الفن والأدب والمسرح، رسالة الدكتوراة حول أنثروبولوجيا ممثلي مسرح الحكواتي في القدس، ورسالة الماجستير حول سيسولوجيا روايات الفلسطيني غسان كنفاني بعنوان "الرؤية الفكرية والمخيم الفلسطيني في روايات غسان كنفاني". المقالات البحثية المنشورة: "علم اجتماع مجموعات التكيف/ النازحين في فلسطين داخل حدود 67: دراسة مقارنة بين أهالي قرية صرعة وقرية لفتا في مخيم قلنديا للاجئين" 2006، "علم اجتماع الأدب: دراسة لنظرية جولدمان" 2007، "صناعة الحب والكراهية" 2008، "البنية الفكرية في روايات غسان كنفاني" 2008، "مراجعة نقدية لمقال صناعة الثقافة ل Adorno و Horkheimer: التنوير بوصفه خداعاً جماهيرياً" 2009، "بنية الثقافة والمجتمع في المدينة الفلسطينية" 2016.
The constitutional amendments that followed the Civil War fractured the women's movement. Indeed, debate over the Fifteenth Amendment reopened the suffrage and gender issue, splitting the women's movement. Listen for more! Center for Civic Education
From the writers of the psalms 3,000 years ago to our own prayers in church every Sunday, faithful people have prayed to God to bring justice to the earth, and yet terrible suffering and injustice continue in every part of the world. Why doesn't God answer our prayers? Selina Stone has wrestled with this question through many years working at the front line of injustice as a community organiser. She reflects personally and theologically about the question of prayer and its relationship to a transformed world. Dr Selina Stone is Postdoctoral Research Associate in Theological Education at Durham University where her research focuses on diversity and belonging. Her PhD is in Pentecostalism and Social Justice and she has worked previously as a lecturer in theology, leadership and social justice and as a community organiser in London.
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Talking about money can be an uncomfortable subject for many, but it's an especially important one when it comes to discussing social justice. If you're seeing a therapist to work through issues relating to race, gender, and equality, odds are that financial considerations play some kind of factor. Unfortunately, we often fail to have in-depth conversations both at home and in therapy with regards to our personal finances and its role in perpetuating disparities between sociocultural groups. However, by engaging with this topic more openly and honestly — especially if you're seeking help — we can begin challenging current power dynamics that aren't serving us well. In this episode, Psychotherapist, Mental Health Expert, Author & Founder of Critical Therapy, Silvia M. Dutchevici, MA, LCSW and I discuss why therapists must not overlook the importance of addressing financial matters while working on social justice topics within their clients' sessions. Let's dive into why making finance part of your therapeutic journey is significant. Learn more about Silvia's work and theory by reading her book: Critical Therapy: Power and Liberation in Psychotherapy. Other epsiodes you'll enjoy: Discrimination Within Financial Services. Chelsea Norton (https://go2.money/discrimination) Seen Heard and Paid. Alan Henry (https://go2.money/seen-heard-paid) Invest In Relationships. Fredric Steck (https://go2.money/relationships) Connect with MYSA: https://go2.money/Follow-Us Loved this episode? Leave us a review and rating here: https://lovethepodcast.com/MYSA
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Ethan Hoover & Matthew Maher discuss the Civil Rights & Jesus Movements, if they were Biblical, and what impact they had on the church then and now. Listen in and join the conversation!Show Notes:IntroRecap on Episode 16 (The Age of Reason & Revival)Skipping through the 1800's into the 1900'sBut what happened in the 1800's in a nutshell?Global missions exploded (mainly out of the United States)Billy Graham cuts a rope of segregation in the 50's, which thrusts us into the 60's, the Civil Rights MovementCivil Rights MovementBiblical or unbiblical?Yes, Biblically based.The true definition of social justice.Example of Israel's laws“God is the governing authority of civility and over society.”The purpose & foundation of the civil rights movement was fought in two different methodsViolent & non-violentMalcom X vs. Martin Luther King Jr.What is the Nation of Islam compared to traditional Islam?Jesus MovementWas it good or bad?What happened to the church between the civil rights movement/Jesus movement and now?OutroResources: How Should A Christian View the Civil Rights Movement? https://www.gotquestions.org/Christian-civil-rights.htmlWhat Is The Nation of Islam? https://www.gotquestions.org/Nation-of-Islam.htmlWhat Was The Jesus Movement? https://www.gotquestions.org/Jesus-Movement.htmlIs The Asbury Revival A Genuine Work of God? https://www.gotquestions.blog/Asbury-revival.htmlGot questions?Submit your question relating to our Season 2 content for our Question & Response episode here. Follow us on Instagram! Follow @rechurchedpodcast or click here. Learn More: To learn more about the podcast and your hosts, visit our website. Looking to sponsor Rechurched? Apply to be a sponsor!