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Toen Steve Vranakis begin november 2017 het podium van het Creativity World Forum in Aarhus betrad, wisten we dat het interessant zou worden. De man, zoon van Griekse migranten, ging zeven jaar geleden na een decennialange carrière in de advertentiewereld bij Google aan de slag. Daar werkt hij bij het Creative Lab, zo’n beetje de speeltuin van een van ’s werelds grootste techbedrijven. In Denemarken vertelde hij over ‘creatieve activisten’, mensen die geloven dat technologie en creativiteit ...
 
Fifty Feminist States is a roadtripping, storytelling podcast visiting all fifty US states to interview feminist activists and artists about their work for gender justice. This podcast is intersectional and trans-inclusive. It's hosted and produced by Amelia Hruby, PhD.
 
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How has the past year affected us, the way we live, our walk with God and our activism? Abi dives back into the archive to find out what resources these 3 incredible activists on their activism journey, and how this can help us now. The episode with Natalie Collins can be heard here. The episode with Athena Stevens can be heard here. The episode wi…
 
As Britain prepares to host COP26 the Young Christian Climate Network are going beyond individual decisions for the climate to acting on a collective basis. Find out about their incredible relay from Cornwall to Scotland, how to get involved, and the importance of the UK hosting and owning this conference. More about the relay here…
 
Alastair McIntosh loves surprising people in board meetings by quoting the Bible. He speaks about the importance of connecting the outer and inner life, healthy leadership and the influence of the quakers on his activism. This episodes includes some excellent belly laughs. Alastair has been described as “one of the world’s leading environmental cam…
 
How does good theology inform our activism? Imogen Ball, winner of this year’s Theology Slam, helps us think about applying Jesus’ model of creative compassion to our activism. Find out more about theology slam on twitter @theologyslam Hear Imogen’s winning talk here저자 Rich Gower and Abigail Thomas
 
What is the future of the church if it doesn't start talking about climate change? Young activists are asking the church to step up. Dot Tyler, Head of Youth and the Emerging Generation at the charity Tearfund joins Abi and Leah Otto, a young climate activist to talk about the future. Information and tickets for The Justice Conference here More on …
 
From the Isle of Mull Wendy Lloyd from Christian Aid tells Abi about the new book "Rage and Hope: 75 Prayers for a Better World." Don't forget to sign up to The Praxis Labs: https://praxiscentre.org/labs/ To join The Hopeful Activists' Lounge on Facebook lounge visit: https://praxiscentre.org/community/ To buy "Rage and Hope": https://spckpublishin…
 
In episode 17 of "Innovation Activists: Designing Health Care's Future," host Dr. Reed Omary meets with Vanderbilt University Medical Center epidemiologist and health policy expert, Dr. Melissa McPheeters, to discuss the role of public health in innovation.저자 Innovation Activists
 
Hannah Rich from Theos talks to Abi about the false binary between social action and evangelism, and giving people an opportunity to experience the love and hospitality in church through volunteering and hospitality. Download the report here: https://www.theosthinktank.co.uk/research/2000/01/31/the-grace-project Register for the Praxis Labs here: h…
 
Tackling gender inequality in Pakistan leads to death threats and hate speech for Naureen and her team. The survivors of gender based violence she works with lose their homes, marriages, work and family, but despite all this they find hope. We hear Naureen's journey into activism, her passion for helping women to read and understand the Bible and h…
 
In this episode, Amelia speaks with Leah Thomas aka @greengirlleah, the cofounder of Intersectional Environmentalist. Leah shares how she became an eco-creative and why she coined the term “intersectional environmentalism.” They also chat about cannabis equity, Leah’s upcoming book, and why we should all talk more about Kimberlé Crenshaw. ALSO: App…
 
In this episode, Amelia speaks with LaTricea Adams, CEO and cofounder of Black Millennials for Flint. LaTricea share the origin story of the organization, what she wishes more people knew about lead, and why environmental justice is a critical component of racial justice and gender justice activism. ALSO: Apply for the Fifty Feminist States Podcast…
 
Five activists who have responded in diverse ways to the current Covid crisis (acting on loneliness, toxic masculinity, working with vulnerable children, supporting people’s mental health, and discovering how to remain a campaigner when you are in the Scottish countryside) share what they have been up to, some of their joys and struggles, and what …
 
Five activists who have responded in very diverse ways to the current Covid crisis (acting on loneliness, toxic masculinity, working with vulnerable children, supporting people’s mental health, and discovering how to remain a campaigner when you are in the Scottish countryside) share what they have been up to, some of their joys and struggles, and …
 
Natalie Williams and Martin Charlesworth from Jubilee Plus share the lessons they've learned in seeking to live a poverty-busting lifestyle, and give us their call to act in 2021. https://jubilee-plus.org Twitter @jubileeplus @natwillnatter To buy A Call To Act: https://standrewsbookshop.co.uk/product/a-call-to-act/…
 
A special episode for Christmas, featuring a reflection by Aaron Shah from Worship on the Streets. Website: www.worshiponthestreets.co.uk Facebook: www.facebook.com/worshiponthestreets Instagram: www.instagram.com/worshiponthestreetsuk Listen/Download Aaron's music - www.aaronshah.bandcamp.com/저자 Rich Gower and Abigail Thomas
 
Climate Activist Rev. Grace Thomas on finding hope in the grief and loss of the climate crisis. Grace's alternative carols and blog: https://christianclimateaction.files.wordpress.com/2019/11/alternative-christmas-carols.pdf To buy "Words for a Dying World" visit https://scmpress.hymnsam.co.uk/books/9780334059868/words-for-a-dying-world Twitter: @G…
 
Dr Bex Lewis is a Senior lecturer in digital marketing at Manchester Metropolitan University. She is also living with Metastatic Breast Cancer, for which there are treatments to extend life, but no cure. Abi and Bex talk about living in hope with a terminal illness, as well as listening to Bex's wisdom on digital engagement and the church. https://…
 
Alice sells her husband in a box ... well sort of. Hear from Alice and David Deanie, brand new entrepreneurs with a kingdom heart; and Jan DeVilliers, who began selling shorts in South Africa. He went on to start the Bradford youth organisation Emerge, and also Futurekraft (helping churches and organisations reach communities with hope) and other b…
 
The stories of 3 successful campaigners and their campaigns, one in Northumberland, one in Cambridge and a nationwide campaign in Malawi. Thanks to: Dr David Golding ncl.ac.uk/nes/staff/profile/davidgolding.html#background www.thenorthernecho.co.uk/news/18706477.government-rejects-opencast-mine-proposed-banks-mining-druridge-bay/ Jacqui Cho https:/…
 
In our new series will hear encouragements that it's possible to continue our activism, even during a second lockdown, as we have started in the UK this week. We begin this week by speaking to Helen and Jared Hodgson, from Hope at Home. http://www.hopeathome.org.uk Twitter @_hopeathome_ Facebook @hopeathome.org.uk Call the Modern Slavery Helpline o…
 
In this episode, Amelia speaks with Fiona Davis, MJ Rose, and Katherine Chen, contributors to the new historical fiction collection Stories from Suffragette City. Together they celebrate the book’s pub day, discus the escapist and critical ways we can revisit the past in historical fiction, and talk about their plans for voting and Election Day. Li…
 
In this episode, Amelia speaks with Mary Grace Allerdice, a dancer, astrologer and healer living and working on unceded Muscogee (Creek) land in Georgia. They discuss what it means to be a home/body, their shared love for Patti Smith, what the planets teach us about social justice, and why we’re so alienated from each other and the earth. Tune in t…
 
This week we are bringing you something different - we are joining in with podcast feeds across the world to bring you Everybody Now, a podcast about climate emergency in a time of systemic injustice and a global pandemic. Everybody Now Climate Emergency and Sacred Duty We’ve caused a turning point in the Earth’s natural history. Everybody Now is a…
 
Welcome to season six! Fifty Feminist States is back for a mini-season with three very special conversations about healing, white supremacy, and voting this fall. In this episode, Amelia interviews Susanna Barkataki, a speaker, teacher, author, and yoga unity activist living and working on unceded Seminole land in Florida. They discuss what it’s li…
 
Abi and Sarah Small dive into the controversial area of where evangelism and social action meet. With contributions from Krish Kandiah, Deirdre Brower Latz, Simon Guillebaud, Joel Edwards, Richard Reddie, Amy and Ben Woodfield and Chris Lane.저자 Rich Gower and Abigail Thomas
 
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