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Social Justice & Activism · The Creative Process

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Activists, Environmental & Indigenous Groups, Artists & Writers Talk Activism · Creative Process Original Series

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Social Justice & Activism episodes of the popular The Creative Process podcast. We speak to activists, environmental organizations, indigenous groups, artists, writers & others who have devoted their life to making a difference. To listen to ALL arts, activism & environmental episodes of “The Creative Process · Arts, Culture & Society”, you’ll find our main podcast on Apple: tinyurl.com/thecreativepod, Spotify: tinyurl.com/thecreativespotify, or wherever you get your podcasts! Exploring the ...
 
FatBoy Dan is on a mission to lose weight to spite the Fat Activists and Large And Rotund Dimwits (L.A.R.D.) among the rise in popularity of Political Correctness to make excuses for being overweight. Personal health journal, book reviews, article reviews involving diet and obesity, and a variety of topics focusing mostly on health and politics. Follow us on twitter and facebook @misnomercast Have a question or comment? Send FBD an email to fatdan@misnomercast.com
 
Welcome to Slutty Activism, the podcast that’s building a new, pleasure-based movement against fascism where you can learn to create more connections, experience more pleasure, and make the world suck less by being an extraordinary lover. No experience necessary! All aspiring sluts, regardless of gender, orientation, or relationship style preferences are welcome here. The show is hosted by Sarah Martin, an anti-fascist sex and dating coach who helps horny people get laid ethically using a pr ...
 
Activism, important causes and outspoken changemakers - welcome to the Activism Academy podcasts where Khalifa Ihler Institute researchers Miriam Fanin and Hella Grichi invite activists and changemakers to discuss burning topics: politics, human rights and so many more issues that need to be addressed. Join us for exciting episodes with guests who will help you widen your horizon and get you thinking about what matters and why. If you have a topic or a guest suggestion, the activism academy ...
 
There is no inherent disconnect or contradiction between Islamic Spirituality and social or political activism. In fact, Islamic spirituality is not only relevant but essential to all forms of activism. This Podcast will present a paradigm for a spiritually-inspired activism where activism achieves what it was always meant to be: a vehicle for nearness to the Divine through genuine individual and social ethical change. This series will comprise of seven discussions that will explore 1. The f ...
 
The Aerogramme Center is pleased to present "A Guide To Art, Activism, & Culture" a podcast that delves into social issues seen in museums and in art collections today. We aim to focus on themes of decolonization, representation, and appropriation within the frameworks of art and activism. Stay up to date by following us on social media @aerogrammearts or visit our website by going to www.aerogramme.org. Hosted by Zoë Elena Moldenhauer
 
From author and award-winning podcaster Tanja Hester, this is Wallet Activism, a show for everyone who’s ready to change the status quo. Whether you want to fight inequality and injustice, or address the climate crisis, Wallet Activism will give you the tools to do it, using your financial power in all its forms. Get ready to use every dollar you spend, earn, and save as a force for change.
 
2024 is a movement centered around creating concrete strategies that encourage individuals to enter into the activism space. We are a group of members of the high school class of 2020 and allies striving to make the work of activists and organizers easier by providing resources to increase impact, craft rhetoric, and build grassroots power. This includes explaining different policy proposals, talking about current events, having intimate discussions about unjust systems, and learning about e ...
 
Activism and Revival (A&R) is a podcast and movement with Change Agents, Kelly Galloway, and Ashley Cross. This movement focuses on mobilizing the Christian Church to create dialogue, awareness, and solutions for social change, and justice. Our hope is that this movement creates stronger spirit-filled believers ultimately establishing greater spheres of influence.
 
Charlas en capitulos de activismo en contra de la explotación animal. Se informa a la gente sobre la concientización en la explotación animal y el sufrimiento y dolor que causa provocados por el consumo. Van a escuchar charlas muy entretenidas dónde se informa, se debate y se aprende de ambos lados.
 
Join Rachel Mann, PhD, sacred activist, social scientist, healer and spiritual mentor and her amazing guests on her podcast, Destiny Lines: Sacred Activism for Peacemaking and Ending Violence as they explore the multidimensional sources and impacts of violence and how we can end the cycle for future generations into an enduring peace. In these tumultuous times, it is critically important to continue to build a Great Wave of Peace on a planetary level. Destiny lines are energetic pathways of ...
 
This 'Guyana SPEAKS special' was originally set up to coincide with Dr Kimani Nehusi's visit from the USA to London. However given the recent passing of one of Guyana's indomitable activists, Guyana SPEAKS will also use this event to pay tribute to Andaiye (1942-2019), born Sandra Williams. The event will open with a traditional African libation by Dr Michelle Yaa Asantewa. This will be followed by Vanda Radzik's tribute to Andaiye (via Skype in Guyana) and tributes, later on, from members o ...
 
Govern Yourself Accordingly is a brand new podcast for engaged citizens and public leaders who want to lead change through politics with their integrity intact. If you are someone who is engaged in politics - as an activist, an elected leader, aspiring candidate or simply someone who wants to engage deeply with questions about public leadership this is the podcast for you. We're always on the hunt for people, stories, big ideas and small ones that capture our curiosity about how we can gover ...
 
Red Hot in Rio + 25: Music Activism is a docupodcast produced by the Red Hot Organization and CLAV that dives into the creative universe of the Red Hot + Rio album released in 1996.Throughout 3 episodes, these podcasts will retrace Red Hot’s history from the early 90’s political and cultural context, its parallels with the present time and the social and musical impact caused by the project.You will hear comments and insights from David Byrne, George Michael, Tracey Thorn and Ben Watt from E ...
 
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“Now, we didn't purposely say let's create a diverse group, but the group is really diverse. And I find that to be enormously advantageous because it's not superficial diversity. What color is your skin? What ethnic group are you a member of? It's diversity of different cultures and different belief systems and then trying to find ideas that reflec…
 
Robert J. Sternberg is Professor of Human Development at Cornell University and Honorary Professor of Psychology at the University of Heidelberg, Germany. He is a past winner of the Grawemeyer Award in Psychology, and the William James and James McKeen Cattell Awards of the Association for Psychological Science. Sternberg has served as President of…
 
"I've felt when two boxers get too close to hit each other / they hug each other, and not because they love each other / because when two people get too close / it becomes too hard to strike each other hard / not to smell the humanity on one another. It's confusing to see our reflection in our enemy's eyes / helps us start to recognize where our ac…
 
Max Stossel is an Award-winning poet, filmmaker, and speaker, named by Forbes as one of the best storytellers of the year. His Stand-Up Poetry Special Words That Move takes the audience through a variety of different perspectives, inviting us to see the world through different eyes together. Taking on topics like heartbreak, consciousness, social m…
 
"I think what we really wanted to do with this show with mental health, with self-harm, anxiety, depression, eating disorders, we wanted to show really grounded representations of a deaf family, like 'we are just are there.' It's just they do American Sign Language. They just sign to each other. We're just there. So that was always our goal is to t…
 
Debra J. Fisher is a writer, producer, and director. She currently serves as the showrunner, writer, and executive producer of the Netflix series Ginny & Georgia. Season one of the hit series was watched by over 52 million subscribers in its first month on the platform, gathering a devoted fan base. The highly anticipated second season premiered on…
 
“I guess removing the social license for the continued destruction of our planet has to shift. And this is where these social movements become really inspiring to think about it because it always just takes a small group of really committed people to shift a social norm. And I quote some research in the book, which basically says you only need abou…
 
Dr. Joëlle Gergis is an award-winning climate scientist and writer at the Australian National University. She served as a lead author for the IPCC Sixth Assessment Report and is the author of Humanity’s Moment: A Climate Scientist’s Case for Hope and Sunburnt Country: The History and Future of Climate Change in Australia. Joëlle has also contribute…
 
"I really feel that if there is something about art that I seek - I think people use art for many things - it's really some kind of a belief that we can transcend. I mean, if I try to kind of see it as some kind of a substitute for a religion. You know, religion tells us that there's something out there. There's somebody watching us, somebody doing…
 
Author, Screenwriter, and Director Etgar Keret is a recipient of the French Chevalier des Arts et des Lettres, the Charles Bronfman Prize, and the Caméra d’Or at the Cannes Film Festival for Jellyfish, which he directed with his wife Shira Geffen. Most recently, they created the TV mini series The Middleman (L’Agent Immobilier) starring Mathieu Ama…
 
In this final podcast of Season 1 of Destiny Lines, Rachel provides a luminous teaching about how just the act of coming into incarnation and breathing, you are in service in sacred reciprocity. She seems to dismantle the ways our world may lead you to feel that if you are not doing something big and grand, that you are not doing enough. Listen to …
 
Sacred activist, Chris Saade, author of and contributor to more than 6 books, including The Quest for Individual Authenticity and Global Solidarity, shares his reflections on the power of honoring our sacred wounds, finding our individual authenticity, pleasure and as a pathway to tapping into our individual authenticity and how this is the key to …
 
Rachel interviews author, shamanic healer and teacher, Christina Pratt, founder of the Last Mask Center about the importance of healing trauma, our ancestral lines, and the initation of our young into spiritual adulthood. She discusses how the resistance we feel both individually and collectively to undertaking the steep incline to what she calls s…
 
Rachel tells the story of how in her early 30s, she started through the onset of physical and mental pain, she sought out energy healing. A spiritual world opened up to her through which she learned to transmute her own suffering even as she was given visions and images of how to heal the traumas of past lives and of humanity as a whole. She shares…
 
Jesse Crosson speaks with Rachel about his experiences as an inmate for 22 years in Virginia prisons and his perspectives on how there is better way to address criminal justice, a way that respects victims and prioritizes both public safety and genuine rehabilitation for offenders. He also shares how learning meditation and a spiritual experience w…
 
Rachel discusses with Rob Corcoran, author of Trustbuilding: An Honest Conversation on Race, Reconciliation, and Responsibility, about the power of trustbuilding to transforming misunderstandings, prejudices and even ending violence between groups. He shares how his work in Richmond, Virginia over several decades broke down barriers to interracial …
 
Rachel interviews Martin Winiecki, a lifelong sacred activist for peace, about his understanding of the great shift we are going through, including how and why at this time fascim has such appeal. He talks about the way people feel isolated and unable to show their authentic experience and their grief and so look towards leaders and movements that …
 
Rachel shares her journey of discovery and healing as she unexpectedly met and studied with Native American teachers from North and South America, including the Q’ero of the Andes in Peru. She reflects on what these ancient wisdom lineages translated into contemporary contexts by both indigenous peoples and their non-Native students have to do with…
 
Most recently in Ukraine and in almost every nation around the world, we are experiencing the rising shadow of authoritarianism and increasingly violent rhetoric and conflict. Rachel speaks in this special episode of her podcast her reflections on the actions of Russia in Crimea, Syria and Ukraine based on the 15 years she spent studying the former…
 
Rachel Mann discusses her fervent belief that healing personal, ancestral, and global wounds is central to harnessing humanity’s highest destiny lines to a Great Peace. She talks about her own journey of healing from PTSD due to family trauma and how it brought her in touch with her mission and purpose as a sacred activist, shamanic energy healer, …
 
Rachel interviews Mandy Bird, LCHMC, and author of shares her view of why it is important to feel our grief to become individually authentic and know our purpose and take care of the world. While grief may take us to our knees, she teaches us what can we do with it so we are not destroyed in the process as part of caring for ourselves and the world…
 
Join Rachel Mann, PhD, sacred activist, social scientist, healer and spiritual mentor and her amazing guests on her podcast, Destiny Lines: Sacred Activism for Peacemaking and Ending Violence as they explore the multidimensional sources and impacts of violence and how we can end the cycle for future generations into an enduring peace. In these tumu…
 
"I think Riches has all the hallmarks of the things I've worked on before in terms of complex, slightly subversive women. At the heart of it, it is negotiating power dynamics. And at the heart of it, there are two very complex and yet vulnerable black women, but I've always loved family drama shows and particularly family businesses, whether it's f…
 
Abby Ajayi is a British Nigerian writer and director who serves as a show creator, executive producer, and writer on the Amazon Series Riches, which is currently on Amazon Prime and premiers on ITVX in the UK on December 22. She has previously worked on the shows Four Weddings and a Funeral, How to Get Away with Murder, Inventing Anna, The First La…
 
"Climate activists also successfully reframed debates on loss and damage as a justice issue, and lobbied alongside vulnerable states for it to be a separate article of the Paris Agreement. NGO advocacy may lead to the closure of coal plants or mines. However, scholars continue to debate how, when, and why, transnational environmental advocacy has a…
 
Nina Hall is an Assistant Professor in International Relations at Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies (Europe). She previously worked as a Lecturer at the Hertie School of Governance, where she published her first book Displacement, Development, and Climate Change: International Organizations Moving Beyond their Mandates? Her lat…
 
"If you can live with fewer resources, then you feel more safe. So we are talking more about resource security rather than reducing your demand, which is the same thing, but it comes with a twist. If we talk about you've got to reduce your demand, it generates resentment in society because if I put an effort into showering less or with cold water o…
 
Mathis Wackernagel is Co-founder and President of Global Footprint Network. He created the Ecological Footprint with Professor William Rees at the University of British Columbia as part of his Ph.D. in community and regional planning. Mathis also earned a mechanical engineering degree from the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology. Mathis has worke…
 
Before bidding you adieu until season 2, I have a surprise for you ;) Today, we're welcoming friend-of-the-podcast Ruan Willow to share a steamy excerpt from her Decadent Erotica Anthology. Audio erotica is a powerful form of fantasy fuel. If you’ve never tried it before, I invite you to get curious about whether audio erotica might provide you wit…
 
Have you ever noticed how hard it is to slow down? Have you ever struggled to rest, or felt like down time was something you needed to earn and that you only deserved after hard work? Living under capitalism, society discourages rest and valorizes productivity. But what if slowing the fuck down is just the thing you need to unlock entirely new expe…
 
A lot of the discourse in the world around porn is binary. Either someone is anti-porn or pro-porn. What gets lost in the shuffle is that a lot of people still choose to engage with porn. What might a pro-choice approach to porn look like, and how can we critically evaluate our relationship with porn in service of pleasure? Today, we're joined by C…
 
In the wake of increasing legalization of recreational cannabis, have you been at least a little bit curious about how cannabis could be used as a pathway to new pleasure experiences? Today, we're joined by Dr. Norelyn Parker on this special bonus episode of Slutty Activism to talk about the uncommon pleasure opened up by working with your endocann…
 
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