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Hosted by David Anastasion, a weekly program selecting stories and interviews from real people and sometimes robots. Nothing and no one is off-limits. Upcoming episodes will provide you with tips, tricks, pranks, prizes, new music, and other things that make life great. Along with some upbeat news and reviews on everything. We also accept submissions of every kind. So promote your own creativity by calling-in or submitting something to us.
 
Tantra, Tantric Sex, Kama Sutra... Many people believe you can get closer to God through a practice of sacred sensuality by raising your erotic energy. Learn lovemaking positions so you and your lover can connect with higher powers and create deeper intimacy through spiritual teachings, breathing and meditative exercises that expand both mind and body. It's not sex therapy yet sacred sexuality and lovemaking techniques can be used for erotic issues such as anorgasmia, premature ejaculation, ...
 
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In the international Covid coverage there’s a tendency for uplifting Global North countries in their efforts of control and solution creation while undermining Global South countries, as places bound to be the scenario of the worst calamities, incapable of responding efficiently to the crisis or where good covid response numbers are something surpr…
 
Humanitarian efforts were and still are dominated by donors and organizations based in the United States and Europe. However, these efforts are frequently targeted at low and middle-income countries across Africa, Asia, and Latin America, often without taking into account the perspectives and expertise of affected persons. This system replicates co…
 
The so-called “discovery” of the world by European navigators in the XV century is the event that defines the beginning of the historical process known as colonialism, a system marked by the exploitation of labor and expropriation of land that is still present in different forms in the international geopolitical arena. In this episode, the first of…
 
In this episode, we explore the work of the Community of Sant'Egidio, a religious group connected to the catholic church that has been an important stakeholder in peace processes around the world. Andrea Bartoli, an international conflict resolution expert for over three decades and president of the Community of Sant'Egidio Foundation for Peace and…
 
Hakim Mohandas Amani Williams is a prominent scholar in the area of Peace Education who shares in this interview about the work he has been developing in his home country, Trinidad and Tobago, around violence in schools and how that matter goes far beyond school walls in this and other developing countries. Williams is an Associate Professor of Afr…
 
Eliana Elías, Co-founder and Executive Director of Minga Perú, sat down with us to discuss her experiences working in the Peruvian Amazon and other rural areas to design and implement strategies that combine communications, women's leadership and sustainable community development. She shares insights and stories about her initiatives with NGOs and …
 
In January 2019, we sat down with University of Hawai`i student Marcus Armstrong-Patterson and Chief Resilience Officer of Honolulu Joshua Stanbro to discuss what the city is doing to adapt to climate change. The City and County of Honolulu Office of Climate Change, Sustainability and Resiliency (Resilience Office) was established by City Charter i…
 
Anastase Nabahire, the Coordinator of the Justice, Reconciliation, Law and Order Sector Secretariat in Rwanda discusses the role of restorative justice and mediation practices in post-genocide Rwanda. Interviewed by AC4 Co-Executive Director Peter T. Coleman, Nabahire shares his background and learnings on what a trauma-informed justice system is a…
 
"From the standpoint of a refugee family, unity is critical to their strength-building and success" says humanitarian response experts Neil Boothby and Zahirah McNatt. As part of an initiative to conduct a regional study on the effects of family separation on displaced people, Boothby and McNatt have published a report on Syrian refugees in Jordan.…
 
Jose Pascal da Rocha, a lecturer on Mediation at Columbia University in the Negotiation and Conflict Resolution MSc Program with over 20 years experience in crisis negotiation in volatile environments, discusses his extensive experience and new books on the topic in this conversation with Beth Fisher-Yoshida. Professor da Rocha tells us about his b…
 
Accomplished astrophysicist and mathematician Larry Liebovitch discusses his current work on the AC4 Sustainable Peace Project with project lead, Peter T. Coleman. Liebovitch is a Professor of Physics and Psychology at Queens College of the City University of New York and also currently an Adjunct Senior Research Scientist at AC4. The professors di…
 
In this interview by Meredith Smith, Stephen Gray talks about recent work in Myanmar and his extensive experience in the conflict resolution field, sharing stories, insights and career advise for current students and aspiring peacebuilders. Stephen Gray is a practitioner, author, and entrepreneur in the field of international conflict resolution. A…
 
What time is it? Pizza time! As David, Aryn, and Darrell talk about a local food challenge in Manteca, California, that pays $2500. Aryn fills us in with the details as David tries to convince Darrell to go for the win! We ask listeners to help us decide if we should compete for the prize. The secret origins of pizza is also revealed in this thick …
 
David mentions the devastating affects of the real pirates in today's world, student loan sharks. He and his co-host Darrell sail down memory lane with real audio and recall when Pirates of the Caribbean was the best ride at Disneyland. A listener calls-in a gives a compelling review of Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales, that makes t…
 
David and Darrell cherry pit two sodas against one another. Only one will win the title of "BEST CHERRY BEVERAGE EVER." But what's this? Looks like another three sodas are stepping into the ring! Co-hosts Sharon and Aryn weigh in as well, along with fiancé Alvin. Darrell also shares his trucker knowledge of delivering the chemical ingredients of di…
 
David geeks out over his favorite sci-fi black comedy cartoon INVADER ZIM returning to Nickelodeon. Junior co-hosts Brent and Alysia talk about Irken fashion at Hot Topic while a human baby is present. We also hear series creator Jhonen Vazquez speak at Invadercon II: Doomcon, thanks to Elizabeth Baker. Organ donation is endorsed. Featuring indie m…
 
Co-hosts and listeners respond to news story about the New Zealand postal service delivering Kentucky Fried Chicken. I kid you not. David imagines a Lord of the Rings battle field with The Colonel's Secret Recipe in the hands of Frodo and Sam. David also sums up the fascinating life of Col. Sanders in ninety-seconds. Which reminds us that most of t…
 
Co-host Aryn interviews actor Kenz (Makenzie Massagli) from the YouTube channel Unmedicated & Dysfunctional. The girls talk about a cement pit, burying bodies, pet goats, playing the PC game "Lurking," and react to the trailer for "Stifled" (a spiritual sequel to "Lurking," coming soon from Gattai Games). David updates listeners on the behind-the-s…
 
"I am an American, a Muslim, an academic, a believer. I believe the only way to learn is to teach. As a speaker and writer I hope to work with you and your community." This from Hussein Rashid. Hussein Rashid is a Professor in the Religion Department at Barnard College of Columbia University, and he is the founder of Islamicate, a consultancy based…
 
In this episode, Peter T. Coleman interviews Dr. Desmond Patton, an innovative social work researcher who focuses on youth violence research. He shares stories about his research on Internet Banging, as well as the potential utility of social media to identify certain hot zones or spots of violence as well as the implications and challenges of work…
 
Dr. Kenneth Kressel studies the nature and management of social conflict, with a particular focus on the use of third party mediation as a method for resolving highly polarized conflicts. Dr. Kressel has researched how professional mediators decide what to do when resolving disputes, looking at strategies and practices that lead to mediator success…
 
"The new name of the game is leaks. This has a lot of different effects; one is on our sense of privacy," says Jenik Radon, Professor at Columbia's School of International and Public Affairs. He sees the Panama Papers - an unprecedented leak of 11.5 million files from the database of the world' fourth largest offshore law firm, Mossack Fonseca - as…
 
In this special episode for November 2016, Ali Dineen joined Meredith Smith and Drew Pham, both organizers and colleagues at AC4, for a musical set of folk songs and discussion about the importance of music as a tool for bridging divides and addressing social justice. Ali Dineen is a musician and visual artist who lives in NYC and has been making i…
 
This month's episode features the talk that followed a set of short documentary film screenings focused on Education and Empowerment in the Syrian Refugee Crisis, the first of AC4's 2nd annual Perspectives on Peace series. The films for this screening included two videos from Capture the Moment: Mobiles for Education competition, sponsored by Their…
 
Tule Lake, as shown in the images, is both part of the surrounding landscape in northern California and the site of an original prison camp, says Cathlin Goulding. Cathlin, a cultural researcher currently pursuing her doctorate at Teachers College, shares about this incarceration site that used to be the size of a small city with about 20,000 Japan…
 
In this episode, we learn more about the youth leaders and partners on the ground for the Urban Violence Prevention project, which is taking place in Medellín, Colombia and led by AC4's Dr. Beth Fisher-Yoshida. Joán Camilo Lopez, AC4 Project Coordinator, speaks with members of the Arte-C8 Youth Network, the artists in hip-hop group AK-47, and the s…
 
The following interview is from Conversations on the Leading Edge, a collaboration between the Earth Institute's Advanced Consortium on Conflict, Cooperation, and Complexity and WKCR's Late City Edition. In this conversation, Dr. Peter Coleman interviews his colleagues Nick Redding & Christianna Gozzi about the formation of AC4 and the development …
 
For this month's collaboration with The Advanced Consortium on Cooperation, Conflict, and Complexity (AC4), Professor Peter Coleman sits down with Professor Marc Levy. The two discuss Professor Levy's work in Haiti, leading up to and following the devastating 2010 earthquake. Professor Levy is Deputy Director of the Center for International Earth S…
 
In this month's collaboration with The Advanced Consortium on Cooperation, Conflict, and Complexity (AC4), conversation between Professor Peter Coleman and Shahar Sadeh, a visiting Israeli scholar, in collaboration with the Advanced Consortium on Conflict, Cooperation, and Complexity at the Earth Institute. Sadeh spoke of her work with nature parks…
 
AC4, in collaboration with Scensei, the design analytics and decision support boutique, has spent the past six months engaged in an investigation exploring self-determination as a democratic process in the Basque Country. In particular, this project involved an independent study on Sustainable Human Development, conducting research in collaboration…
 
Going further into the story behind Uniform Justice, Chukwuma Obasi continues the conversation from July episode, with AC4's Meredith Smith and colleague Kim Nguyen. Chukwuma Obasi, creator of performance-documentary work, actor, playwright, and social justice activist, tells more about the planning and production of Uniform Justice, a program with…
 
Dr. Jason Healey is an expert on current events and policies that effect the cyber realm and the role of cooperation and conflict in cyber space. Dr. Healey is a Professor and Senior Research Scholar at SIPA and a Senior Fellow at the Atlantic Council, where he was the founding director of the Cyber Statecraft Initiative. Here he discusses and give…
 
Jin In, women's advocate, speaker and founder of 4Girls GLocal Leadership - 4GGL joins us on conversations form the leading edge for International Women's DayEastern-born, western-bred, Jin In today is a committed global citizen igniting a new power source – the next generation of empowered female leaders who will transform the world.Girls GLocal L…
 
Chukwuma Obasi leads Uniform Justice, a performance-documentary project working to improve community police relations, and in this episode he shares his story about this work of art, conflict resolution and social justice with AC4's Meredith Smith. Uniform Justice is run with Intersections International, an organization based in NYC, and has curren…
 
In this episode, we feature powerful remarks given by Nobel Peace Prize Laureate, Ms. Leymah Gbowee, at this year's Sustaining Peace Conference at Columbia University. For this show, we include the first part of Gbowee's keynote address on the theme of Women, Peace and Security. Full video of the keynote as well as the following panel discussion wi…
 
Meredith Smith interviews Michael Hanchett Hanson, a professor of creativity at Columbia, along with Melissa Cesarano, a doctorate student of cognitive studies, focused on socio-emotional learning. Dr. Hanson spent the last 15 years teaching and researching on the development of creativity at Teachers College, and in arts classrooms with learners o…
 
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