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Tavprasad means with thy grace. This composition strongly rejects Idolatry, Pilgrimages, Grave Worshiping, Samadhis of Yogis and other ritualistic beliefs in Hinduism, Jainism and Islam so thereby included in Nitnem, daily morning prayers of Sikhs. It is recited after completing Jaap Sahib. It is started from Sravag Sudh Samuh Sidhan Ke and ends up to Koor Kriya Urjheo Sab Hi Jag. Among many famous quotes of Tav Parsad Savaiye, Jin Prem Kiyo Tin Hi Prabhu Paayo is widely quoted by different ...
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DC Public Library Podcast

Labs at DC Public Library

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Hear book talks, conversations, special presentations, stories about the happenings in the library, the Labs, and Washington, DC, and much more! This show is recorded from the Labs Recording Studio at the historic, modernized, Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Library in downtown Washington, D.C. This podcast was made possible in part by the Institute of Museum and Library Services. Episode transcripts may be requested by emailing labs.dcpl@dc.gov, please include the episode name and date in y ...
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Any Day

David Kucha

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Welcome to Any Day podcast Where You will feel motivated with hearing our Ways of what is happening everyday and join in be able to be heard Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/david-kucha/support
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The Lavender Fix, hosted by Sabreen Haziq, is a self-improvement podcast dedicated to sharing stories of perseverance and resilience from real people with real experiences with the goal of making healing mandatory! Join Sabreen as she brings fascinating conversations driven by experiential learnings, straight to viewers all over the world.
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Join us as we explore what librarians and libraries do. Did you know for example that you can read The Paris Review on PressReader if you have a library card? Also, keeping in theme, we hear from Takoma Park librarians, Writer and Adult Librarian George Koors about his novel Always the Wanderer, and writer LJ Pemberton, whose acclaimed novel Still …
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In this episode, host Olubunmi Bakare speaks with Kamau Sadiki. Kamau is a Board of Directors member and Lead Instructor with Diving With A Purpose (DWP), an organization committed to resurrecting the stories of shipwrecks involved in the Transatlantic Era of African Enslavement (TEAE) through maritime archaeology. They discuss his mission to find …
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In this epsiode, we tackle Cryptocurrency with guest Adam Zarazinski. Adam is the CEO of Inca Digital, a local Veteran-owned and run company that helps businesses understand and use Cryptocurrency and related technologies. In our interview, Adam breaks down cryptocurrency- what it is, how it works, how to avoid crypto scams, and more. Have you been…
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credits: swirling winter wind gusty grains sand.flac by Kyles is licensed under the CC0 1.0 Universal (CC0 1.0) Public Domain Dedication license. https://freesound.org/people/kyles/sounds/454213/ Arctic by Sonically Sound is licensed under the Attribution NonCommercial 4.0 License. https://freesound.org/people/sonically_sound/sounds/612871/ Hand Be…
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Join us as we explore the winter holiday season. We hear from writers Kim Renay Anderson and Rev. Veronica Graves, listen to the ending of The Dead by James Joyce and ruminate over what it is that’s so important about these days. Is it just the food? Is it the religious aspects? Is it family? What is it? Credits The Lass of Aughrim. Traditional. Pe…
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In this episode Erin Garnaas-Holmes lead climate adaptation planner with the District of Columbia Department of Energy and Environment's Urban Sustainability Administration joins host Olubunmi Bakare to discuss climate change and the effects it will have on the District. Bus Stop by HoliznaCC0 is licensed under a CC0 1.0 Universal License. https://…
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Get Lit with Halloween this year as we take a look at why people like scary stories, then hear an eerie story from local writer Margaret Roberts Drucker and listen to a poems from Adelaide Crapsey and Anne Boleyn. Credits Halloween Episode Horror Background Atmosphere For Suspenseful Moments by UNIVERSFIELD Is licensed under 4.0 DEED Attribution 4.…
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This episode of The Lavender Fix podcast features Samantha Rucker: a Colorado based Air Force Veteran turned outdoor and travel enthusiast. Through many trials throughout her childhood and adulthood, Samantha has found purpose in sharing her story of courage and resilience for the first time on The Lavender Fix podcast in hopes to shield others fro…
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Overthinking stops here! This episode of The Lavender Fix podcast underscores Cognitive Distortions, and patterns of behavior that lead to overthinking. Tune in as Sabreen uncovers the top 15 cognitive distortions, and ways to alleviate the anxiety that stems from them. Tune in! Buzzsprout - Let's get your podcast launched! Start for FREE Disclaime…
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Credits: Ambience, Nightlife by Inspector J is licensed under the Attribution 4.0 License. https://freesound.org/people/InspectorJ/sounds/352514/ Blind Haitian singer on Place Boyer (Petillon Ville, Port au Prince) by Felix.Blumeis licensed under the Attribution NonCommercial 4.0 License. https://freesound.org/people/felix.blume/sounds/396104/ Buck…
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This episode of The Lavender Fix podcast features Saima Shafi, also known as the Kral Koor of Kashmir: the potter girl! 5 stages of pottery, and 5 stages of grief – she’s been through it all. From facing caste bias in Kashmir to being physically abused in her marriage, Saima has survived depression, divorce, social media trolling and death threats.…
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Welcome to the first solo episode of The Lavender Fix podcast where I share my own personal journey to navigating divorce and healing from heartbreak. In this quick episode, I unpack my current feelings since announcing my divorce, and make you take the heartbreak oath so you never accept the bare minimum bread crumbs ever again in a relationship. …
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In the Real World History program, DC high school students study the Great Migration by reading The Warmth of Other Suns by Isabel Wilkerson and conducting oral history interviews with people who came to the DC region as part of the Migration. Listen to a series of clips from the 2022-2023 cohort of Real World History curated by two of the student …
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In this episode, host Olubunmi Bakare is joined by Ana Ka'ahanui and Stella Tarnay, founders of Capital Nature and Forest Health and Community Outreach Specialist, Kasey Yturralde of the DC Department of Transportation's Urban Forestry Division. They discuss exploring and learning about the natural environment in Washington, DC and the surrounding …
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This episode of The Lavender Fix podcast features Julia King: a 30 year old correctional supervisor of German descent, based in Canada . Ever since Julia was diagnosed with stage 3 breast cancer in February 2023, she has been on a journey to recover from the upheaval cancer caused in her life, taking back the reigns, and using her social media to c…
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This episode of The Lavender Fix podcast features Alana Beaumont, a 38 year old self-love coach, who found out she was HIV positive in 2009. Ever since, she has been on a journey to advocate for those living with HIV, and using her social media to create resources to help destigmatize what it means to be living with HIV. What led to this new normal…
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This episode of The Lavender Fix podcast features Brianna Walston, an Air Force Veteran turned outdoor enthusiast & content creator. Through many trials throughout her childhood and adulthood, Brianna has found purpose in sharing her story of courage and resilience in hopes to shield others from the dangers of sexual abuse. Brianna was sexually abu…
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This episode of The Lavender Fix podcast features CarmenRose Fiallo, a 25 years old Queer Latina disability advocate - originally from Portland, OR, now residing in NY. Exactly a year ago, CarmenRose received a formal diagnosis of her invisible disability: Chronic Migraine, that put her on her own island of loneliness where she grappled with making…
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This episode of The Lavender Fix podcast features Abby Cramond of New Orleans, Louisiana: an Influencer, actor, model, a full-time college student and the title winner of Miss of Louisiana! This 22 year old also holds the title of Miss for Louisiana, and has dedicated her online platforms as a medium to spread awareness about eczema, to inspire and…
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In honor of Women's History Month, author, professional archivist and historian Dr Ida Jones joins host Olubunmi Bakare to discuss her work , Mary McLeod Bethune in Washington, DC : Activism and Education in Logan Circle. Jones also discusses her role as a part of the Women's Suffrage National Monument Foundation . ---------------------------------…
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This episode of The Lavender Fix podcast features Connie Imhoff: a Sachse, Texas based entrepreneur and a personal coach helping women heal from heartbreak and trauma. Connie has been on quite a journey since 2016, the year her marriage of 36 years came to a screeching halt, after her husband told her he did not love her anymore out of the blue. Go…
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This episode of The Lavender Fix podcast, features Brenda Lopez, @brendaworksout on Instagram, a Houston, Texas based weight loss and fitness blogger, who grew by 60K followers in JUST 8 months, and is also the Founder of the award-winning wedding photography company, Bella Lumi. Brenda Lopez and Sabreen Haziq (the host) go on a little journey to u…
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This episode of The Lavender Fix podcast, hosted by Sabreen Haziq, features Stephanie Alston: a health and fitness enthusiast, with a 40K strong community on Instagram. We catch up about her decision to elect for a breast reduction surgery, embarking on a serious weight loss journey, and sharing major knowledge in terms of what has and hasn’t worke…
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**From 2018**On this episode of DCPL Presents, we sit down with Carolyn Becker, digital communications manager of Goodwill Greater Washington and founder of the popular Instagram account, DC Vegan Life. With a passion for sustainable living and tasty vegan treats, Caroyln explores how she uses social media to create community, promote sustainabilit…
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In this episode Janet Sims-Wood, author of Dorothy Porter Wesley at Howard University: Building a Legacy of Black History, joins host Olubunmi Bakare to discuss the life and legacy of Dorothy Porter Wesley. ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Chilling by …
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In this episode Olubunmi Bakare is joined by by activists Nadine Seiler and Karen Irwin along with archivists Aliza Leventhal and Laura Farley to discuss their mission to preserve artifacts from the 2020 Black Lives Matter protests in Washington, DC. Link to Black Lives Matter Memorial Fence Artifact Collection https://www.dclibrary.org/node/69429 …
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In this episode Olubunmi Bakare interviews Adebayo "De' De' " Folarin . De' De' is a comedian, DC Public Library Technician and vocalist for the Washington, DC based Go-Go band, Rare Essence. He discuses his life growing up in Washington, DC and how he became a multi-talented entertainer. ************************************************************…
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For Native American Heritage Month, we discuss the archaeological artifacts archived at the MLK Library with State Archaeologist Ruth Tricolli, Chief Jesse James Swann of the Piscataway Conoy Tribe, and Armand Lione of the DC Native History Project. We reveal what these artifacts tell us about the Indigenous peoples who made a home and livelihood i…
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On this episode of All Things Local, host Natalie Campbell is joined by playwright Ifa Bayeza and Mosaic Theater's artistic director Reginald Douglas to discuss The Till Trilogy, playing through November 20th at Mosaic Theater. DC Public Library's Adult Services Coordinator David Quick also joins the conversation talk about the Library's ongoing pa…
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*Original air date: November 6, 2018.* On this episode, A Peter Bailey joins host host Olubunmi Bakare to discuss the aftermath of Malcolm X's assassination, his career as a journalist working for Ebony and Jet magazines and in Black theatre. This is part two of their conversation.By A. Peter Bailey, Olubunmi Bakare
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*Original air date: September 24, 2018.* A. Peter Bailey is an author, journalist and playwright and lecturer. On this episode, he joins host Olubunmi Bakare to discuss his early life, personal relationship with Malcolm X and witnessing Malcolm X's assassination. This episode is part one of their conversation.…
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They met in 8th grade, dated for 2 months, and by the end of 4 months, the two best friends had tied the knot. March 13th, 2004 - Lonnie & Lindsay’s life changed forever. In this episode, we chat with Linday about how her husband's motorbike crash deeply affected them both, not just as a whole, but also in terms of their everyday life, and the unco…
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This episode features Jamie Weisberg: a 27 years old badass, who grew up in a middle-class family in Canada and has a remarkable sense of humor, but most of all - she is a fierce body positivity maven and an eating disorder activist. In this conversation, we dig deeper into Jamie’s recovery journey from bulimia and the many challenges that came wit…
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From 2019. On this episode, author, photographer and filmmaker Alyscia Cunningham joins DC Public Library's Olubunmi Bakare to discuss photography, filmmaking, and her current project I Am More Than My Hair: My Outward Appearance Does Not Define Me. In 2022 I Am More than My Hair was nominated as an official selection for the 30th Anniversary of th…
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This episode features Jenna Dillulio: a social media content creator from Virginia, who shares her powerful journey to sobriety: the good, the bad, the ugly, and the transformational parts. Several years of alcohol abuse and a near-death experience later, Jenna is thriving today and helping those who are looking for a sign or a starting point to be…
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In this episode of NINTH & G, DC Public Library Adult Services Coordinator, David Quick speaks with an outgoing Urban Libraries Council President and CEO, Susan Benton and DC Public Library Executive Director, Richard Reyes-Gavilan.By Richard Reyes-Gavilan, Susan Benton, David Quick, Urban Libraries Council, DC Public Library
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This episode features the former executive head chef at the White House: Sebastien Solomon! Sebastien moved to the DC area just 4 years ago. He is originally from Haiti & was raised in New Jersey. Hailing from a family with less than modest means, Sebastian’s childhood was eventful, defined by his living conditions, & he got the inspiration to cook…
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At the age of 15, Marcus Bullock was sentenced to eight years in a maximum security prison. Today he is the CEO of Flikshop, a company he founded that helps keep families connected to their loved ones while they are incarcerated. Marcus sits down with host Olubunmi Bakare to discuss what led to his incarceration and his drive to become an entrepren…
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