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MyIndMakers
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MyIndMakers (www.myind.net) is a Startup Platform for the exchange of Ideas; a place to argue and dissect status quo and most prominently to inspire everyone to contribute to public life. Historic movements are essentially unpolished ideas to begin with; eventually great nations get built on durable and sustainable ideas, and ultimately greater civilizations survive on ideas that can be debated thread bare. MyIndMakers will scrutinize and disseminate these ideas, churn new ones as by product ...
 
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Leadership and Character Development Through Sport Trevor Tierney is a former all-world lacrosse goalie and the only goalie in the history of the game to have won an NCAA Championship, an ILF World Championship, and an MLL Championship. This former 2x all-american turned performance and development coach to athletes and executives exposes the p ...…
 
How has western vegetarianism risen, within living memory, from fringe to mainstream choice? And how has veganism gone from nowhere to everywhere? Episode 15: Liberation This final episode recounts the growth of veganism, vegetarianism, and the modern animal advocacy movement. Ian treads in the footsteps of the handful of pioneers who set up th ...…
 
Subscribe Apple Podcasts Subscribe NPRone Subscribe Google Play Subscribe Stitcher Anyone with a passing knowledge of the civil rights movement knows about the lunch counter sit ins at the Woolworth’s in Greensboro, North Carolina. A protest that started with four people on February 1, 1960 grew to hundreds of protestors by July. Lunch counter ...…
 
Most Georgians know about our state’s more modern history, from the Civil War to the Civil Rights movement, but the land is rich with history stretching back 17,000 years. On today’s Around Atlanta segment of Atlanta Real Estate Forum Radio, Ruth Sykes from the Ocmulgee National Monument board joins co-hosts Carol Morgan and Todd Schnick to tal ...…
 
MEDITATION: IT’S NOT ALL HIPPIES AND PATCHOULI – Why It Matters To Both Your Health AND Bottom Line Links: 7 Types of Meditation (there are many more) https://visualmeditation.co/7-types-of-meditation/ 23 Types of Meditation (there are many more) http://liveanddare.com/types-of-meditation/ Summary of Meditation Types and Practices http://mental ...…
 
BSR Magazine Show Green Corn Rebellion Centennial Part 1 (BSR Episode #203) August 4, 2017 Learn more about the Green Corn Rebellion at: GreenCorn.org The following is a working script/outline, but it may have some differences from the final version that was used on the air… Welcome to the BSR Oklahoma Magazine show, with James Branum. This is ...…
 
Don’t miss a podcast make sure to subscribe on iTunes and don’t miss an episode! Teaser: You know that person that just seems to get every break? People that just ALWAYS seem to get bumped into first class? The people whose parents pay for … everything? Still?! They ALWAYS get the benefit of the doubt. They are NEVER associated with negative me ...…
 
This past week, I received an original copy of VONULIFE, March 1973. It is an 80,000+ word issue of the publication and is full of… The post 16 “Ways to Live Freer,” A Critical Evaluation by Rayo (VONULIFE, March 1973) appeared first on The Vonu Podcast.
 
This past week, I received an original copy of VONULIFE, March 1973. It is an 80,000+ word issue of the publication and is full of… The post 16 “Ways to Live Freer,” A Critical Evaluation by Rayo (VONULIFE, March 1973) appeared first on The Vonu Podcast.
 
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Westminster Presbyterian Church Sermons
 
There was an uncomfortable scene that occurred daily at my seminary. In the refectory, where we ate, all the African American students would sit together around one or two tables. It was an overwhelmingly white school, and while we mixed in classes, mealtime was largely segregated, and not just between whites and blacks. It was uncomfortable be ...…
 
In this podcast, Judith Weisenfeld talks to Brad Stoddard about her new book, New World A-Coming: Black Religion and Racial Identity during the Great Depression. In this book, Weisenfeld explores several social groups in the early 1900s who combined religious and racial rhetoric to fashion new identities. These groups include the Nation of Isla ...…
 
In this podcast, Judith Weisenfeld talks to Brad Stoddard about her new book, New World A-Coming: Black Religion and Racial Identity during the Great Depression. In this book, Weisenfeld explores several social groups in the early 1900s who combined religious and racial rhetoric to fashion new identities. These groups include the Nation of Isla ...…
 
Dr. Brown began her career as a historian of evangelicalism, and soon branched out into the study of religious healing and “new religions” in the U.S. In this interview, we discuss her interest in yoga as a new American phenomenon and the way that some evangelical Christians practice it. Brown provides a historic overview of bodily–religious pr ...…
 
Dr. Brown began her career as a historian of evangelicalism, and soon branched out into the study of religious healing and “new religions” in the U.S. In this interview, we discuss her interest in yoga as a new American phenomenon and the way that some evangelical Christians practice it. Brown provides a historic overview of bodily–religious pr ...…
 
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Open Source with Christopher Lydon
 
In the first summer of Trump, 2017, there’s something happening and it feels bigger than the Comey hearings, even Russia-gate. Who knew that a British election with an inconclusive photo finish could re-channel the anger that drives the global mood? The unheralded Jeremy Corbyn at the left end of the Labor Party is the mouse that roared, and tu ...…
 
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PODCAST SATELLITE / with Prince Handley
 
PODCAST SATELLITETHE VOICE OF ISRAEL8 Sivan, 5777 Prince HandleyUniversity of ExcellencePresident / Regent CHINA AND THE KINGS OF THE EASTISRAEL AND HER UNKNOWN ENEMY~ A MIRACLE PODCAST PRODUCTION ~ הודעה עבור בנימין נתניהו You can listen to this podcast NOW. Click the center of the Libsyn pod circle at top left. Listen now ... or download for ...…
 
In this episode of Warrior Radio, I sit down with anthropologist, author, and activist Jerry B. Brown, Ph.D. From 1972-2014, he served as Founding Professor of Anthropology at Florida International University in Miami, where he designed and taught a course on “Hallucinogens and Culture.” He and his wife Julie Brown recently published a book cal ...…
 
In this episode of Warrior Radio, I sit down with anthropologist, author, and activist Jerry B. Brown, Ph.D. From 1972-2014, he served as Founding Professor of Anthropology at Florida International University in Miami, where he designed and taught a course on “Hallucinogens and Culture.” He and his wife Julie Brown recently published a book cal ...…
 
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MPR News with Tom Weber - MPR News
 
About the showAs part of Indigenous Book Club month, you've been hearing interviews with indigenous authors from Minnesota. Here is a bonus interview for our podcast listeners. One significant chapter in the history of Native American rights in this country started in Minneapolis in 1968. An organization called the American Indian Movement. A h ...…
 
In the late nineteenth century, the new vegetarian movement is intertwined with other struggles – including Victorian reformers, the Indian reaction to British colonialism, and most importantly, slavery. Episode 13: The Vegetarians After their foundation in 1847 and 1850, the vegetarian societies in Britain and America rose swiftly faced new ch ...…
 
Birth work is evolving in 2017 with a major event in maternal health happening: March For Moms May 12 -15, 2017 in Washington D.C. Why is this so important? The U.S. has witnessed a rise in mothers dying in childbirth or due to pregnancy related causes. There are many reasons for this increase including poor access to healthcare, discrimination ...…
 
Maurice Kenny reads at PEN America's International Writers for Peace Day (1985), commemorating the Massacre at Wounded Knee — written in 1973 during the American Indian Movement's Occupation at Pine Ridge Reservation.
 
Brian Young is a filmmaker and MFA Writing for Fiction candidate at Columbia University, speaks fluent Navajo, and is currently writing a novel based on his native Navajo culture. He’s also the editor for this podcast. Brian addresses the shocking rates of suicide and depression within the Native American nations. Brian is full-blooded Navajo w ...…
 
In this episode we examine the Indian movement for independence, the decline of the British Raj and early Cold War India and Pakistan. Why couldn’t Britain retain control of India, why didn’t India a strong democratic nation become an American ally in the Cold War. Finally, how and why did Pakistan become an ally of the United States? Learn all ...…
 
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