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Liberation

LaCroy Hatcher

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Liberation is candid conversations on life & faith beyond the walls of the church. Liberation allows you to hear the experiences of others about the freedom only God can provide.
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The Chasing Liberation podcast is hosted by Marvin Toliver, LCSW and focuses on mental health, social justice, and helping folks get closer to their authentic selves. He'll be joined by various guests to connect, share knowledge, and enjoy space together.
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The Michigan Liberation podcast is a new podcast and/or TV show where staff members of Michigan Liberation, sponsors, partners and their guests have open-minded, real, and transparent discussions on various topics centered around ending the criminalization of Black families and communities of color in Michigan.
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The Liberation Codes

Linda Martinez

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🎙️ Welcome to The Liberation Codes Podcast Embark on a journey of self-discovery and empowerment with your host, Linda Martinez. This podcast is your sanctuary for brief, potent codes that unlock the path to a liberated and fulfilled life. Aligned with the principles of Linda’s coaching program and upcoming book, each episode delivers transformative insights, empowering you to break free from limitations and step into your true radiance. Join us as we unravel the secrets of liberation, one c ...
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In Defense of Liberation

In Defense of Liberation!

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In Defense of Liberation is a conscientizing program meant to help folks organize around liberation for ALL peoples through political education, experience, stories, histories - failed, and successful - and through active struggle TODAY! We are here to grow, build, learn, make mistakes, correct them, and learn some more - because we want an END to Settler-Colonialism, Imperialism, and oppression, everywhere. No one can struggle alone. This podcast is only an interjection into the conversatio ...
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A podcast about relationship and consciousness: exploring wisdom in relating with ourselves, each other and our greater world. Listen to conversations and musings on spirituality, intimacy, ecology and pathways to becoming more connected and fulfilled. Hosted by Olivia Clementine
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Our Bound Liberation

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If you have come here to help me you are wasting your time, but if you have come because your liberation is bound up with mine, then let us work together. -Lilla Watson From the Creators of Kultivating Kapwa, welcome to ”Our Bound Liberation”: Conversations in the time of Decolonization. “Our Bound Liberation” is an acknowledgement, a declaration, an honoring that the liberation we seek is each other’s. Each episode welcomes members of our community who lead their lives in liberation and inv ...
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Welcome to the Liberation is Lit podcast, where the power of storytelling meets the force of social change! In this podcast, we believe in the profound impact of stories – stories that amplify voices, challenge norms, and foster understanding. Whether you're a literature enthusiast, an advocate for social justice, or simply someone who believes in the transformative power of stories, you're in the right place. Tune in, and let's embark on a journey together – one where every story has the po ...
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Messy Liberation

Becky Mollenkamp and Taina Brown

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Join us, feminist coaches Taina Brown and Becky Mollenkamp, for casual (and often deep) conversations about business, current events, politics, pop culture, and more. We’re not perfect activists or allies! These are our real-time, messy thoughts as we make sense of the world around us. If you also want to create a more just and equitable world, please join us on the journey to Messy Liberation.
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Wrestling Out Loud: Faith and Liberation

Faith in Public Life Action

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Wrestling Out Loud: Faith and Liberation, hosted by Faith in Public Life Action CEO Jeanné Lewis, is a podcast committed to exploring nuance in a world invested in binaries. Interfaith guests from varied religious backgrounds discuss unique perspectives from their faith journeys, and offer opportunities for us to take actions and identify solutions to big problems that align with our values to build communities of belonging as we navigate some of today's most complex issues.
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Empowerment and Liberation for Women: Join Lola Darling on a journey of self-discovery and finding your full truth and feminine expression as she guides you from being a people-pleaser and the ”Good Girl” into your most empowered authentic self. Explore raw and unfiltered conversations that ignite your inner Radiance and spark your soulful Liberation.
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Into Liberation is a production of VISIONS, Inc, a non-profit organization that offers effective tools to help individuals and organizations communicate across differences and forge connections that drive collective success. Since 1984, we’ve offered research-based, time-tested approaches to cross-cultural learning that invite participants to engage in equity and inclusion work, starting at the personal and interpersonal levels and expanding to include changes toward institutional and cultur ...
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The Erotic Liberation Podcast Conversations to share and celebrate our erotic selves so we can activate, reclaim, and heal erotic power as a pathway to aliveness and personal transformation. Brought to you by the Body Electric School
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Liberation Now Podcast

Liberation Lab: University of Illinois

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Liberation Now is a podcast about research, practice and activism around healing and liberation of Black, Indigenous, and People of Color. We share inspirational content and stories to provide hope and possibilities for a more liberated future.
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Liberation Bible Study

Alex Patchin McNeill

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Liberation Bible Study: where we read the Bible as a source of inspiration and strength to help you live into God’s abundant vision for your life and for the world. The show is hosted by Alex Patchin McNeill, and features a different collaborative reader each episode.
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Food Liberation

Mayuko Okai

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A series of Intuitive Eating coaching sessions with real people who want to improve their relationship with food and focus on what's important to them. Mayuko is a Registered Dietitian of 12 years, author, and founder of Food Liberation. www.food-liberation.com
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Liberation Consciousness

Katherine Saviskas

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Let your body lead you into a new experience of reality. Tips, tools, tricks, and pep talks from Ayurveda practitioner, Katherine Saviskas. Learn how to use food as medicine. And explore ancient self-care practices, so you can be stronger and more resilient in this mad modern world.
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The Liberation Podcast is Bonnielee's digital, bite-size (15-minutes or less) weekly show where she focuses on honest, raw, in-depth conversations, and the telling of Womxn's stories (and her own) on advocacy, healing, and wellness, in a SOUL-filled mini session that’s the perfect empowering dose of love, and liberation for your mind, and soul!
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The Animal Liberation Hour by AAM

Animal Activism Mentorship

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The Animal Liberation Hour seeks insight from animal rights and liberation activists around the world so that we can think, reflect, learn, and be inspired. This podcast is a project of Animal Activism Mentorship. Want to learn more about animal rights activism? Visit our website and sign up for a mentor at AnimalActivismMentorship.com
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Emergent Liberation Collective

Emergent Liberation Collective

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The ELC is a podcast about embodiment as a primary vehicle for personal healing, liberation from oppression, and ancestral trauma. Hosted by T. Aisha Edwards, Kaila June, and Chris Morita Clancy, all somatic educators and healers with backgrounds ranging from mental health to movement science. These three explore trauma healing, guide vulnerable conversations with thought leaders and social justice activists, offer stories and poetry, lead embodiment practices and so much more. In these trou ...
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Body Liberation for All

Dalia Kinsey

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Holistic Registered Dietitian Dalia Kinsey created Body Liberation for All as a resource for QTBIPOC folks who are ready to become the happiest version of themselves, using healing tools tailored for BIPOC and LGBTQIA+ folx. Since wellness is multi-factorial each season covers a broad range of tools (sexual expression, indigenous medicine, mindfulness etc.) for the pursuit of happiness. Special guests and healers join throughout each season to share their journeys to inner peace and fulfillm ...
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Natural Liberation is about change & transformation and that which is permanent. Other words are evolution and awakening. NOW (from 2022) presenting "Another Story on awakening" Expanding the narrative of evolving higher Consciousness, in it’s many appearances I’m planing a series of zoom presentations, talks and discussions on stuff that deeply interest me, and I find few other people addressing. Think of it as a remix – a lot will sound familiar, but in a new, different and hopefully enter ...
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Luscious Liberation

Lauren Allen

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Have you ever wanted a best friend to lay out the mysteries of life for you? Look no further than Lauren. If you’re ready for laughs, inappropriate jokes, seduction, tears, the real raw mcdudepants truth on all things money, spirituality, manifestation, and entrepreneurship-this is the podcast for you. This podcast is also previously known as the hustle like a stripper podcast :)
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"Therefore If The SON Makes You Free, You Shall Be Free Indeed. " [JESUS] John 8:36 [■] Word Of God In this page you can see what the bible says about our life and how to follow it and what are the blessings of obeying God's word. Mainly you can go into depth of spiritual life and you will know many revelations about God's word. Jesus said "know the truth, the truth will sets you free." So we believe through this God's word you may receive liberation from sin and life problems and overcome t ...
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Your Liberation Nation host, Joel Portman, wants to liberate every man, woman, and child to live their best life. Over 200 years ago we were given the right to the pursuit of happiness, but are we really exercising that right? Joel shares real-life experiences that will help free you from the confines of everything from other people’s opinions and beliefs to social norms and expectations. Keeping in mind that all actions have consequences that we must be ready to accept, we should all be pur ...
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Intuition Unleashed: A Revolution in Personal Liberation Podcast is your go-to resource for combining guidance with mental health and spirituality and solving your questions about why you can’t seem to catch a break and find true happiness. Are you looking for ways to flip your life from having unsatisfying relationships to having deeper connections with others. Do you need help understanding more about how to connect with your own intuition and find deeper and more satisfying connections wi ...
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The Hangover Liberation Society

Feminist Hotdog and Loudspeaker Studios

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Chances are you know about the downside of drinking… the anxiety, damage to your body, lost days, lost relationships. But instead of focusing on the downsides, why not talk about the UPside of recovery? Recovery is more than just abstaining. It means changing the conditions that surround us and learning to love and trust ourselves again. Most people need support to do that, and that’s where The Hangover Liberation Society comes in. Each week on the show, co-hosts Adrienne van der Valk and Er ...
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The untold story of ongoing and past Canadian worker's movements within Canada; as well as that of all forms of struggle and resistance against tyranny, oppression, and exploitation. 'The truth of our history' as it were, the history of all those who have graced the soil of this land and offered up a spirit of rebellion to build a better future. As part of ongoing efforts by the Workers Liberation Coalition to unify worker's of all backgrounds and ways of life, to form a united front to stan ...
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Welcome to Liberation, a podcast for those taking their work deeper and higher by thriving not just surviving. I’m your host, Autumn Bensette. At home, I’m a mom and when I’m here with you, I’m a Trauma-Certified Coach, Speaker, Teacher & Facilitator of Safe Space for women, mothers, service based business owners, online coaches and thought leaders who desire to return back to their heart, remember their wholeness and become their own source of validation so that the life and businesses they ...
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In this episode of Messy Liberation, co-hosts Becky Mollenkamp and Taina Brown dive deep into the complex emotions and societal pressures that come with forced rest. Becky shares her recent experience with a debilitating illness that left her bedridden and riddled with guilt, despite being an advocate for rest and self-care. Taina reflects on her e…
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In this transformative episode of "The Liberation Codes," we delve into the empowering truth that you already possess all the answers you need within yourself. Discover how to tune into your inner wisdom, trust your instincts, and act upon them with confidence. I'll share a personal story illustrating the profound impact that embracing your inner g…
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Marla Taviano talks about her journey from a deeply religious, conservative evangelical Christian background to a more socially aware and activist stance, emphasizing themes of racial justice, deconstruction of faith, and personal growth. Marla, originally living in a predominantly white environment and then in Cambodia for missionary work, recount…
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Tiokasin Ghosthorse is of the Cheyenne River Lakota Nation of South Dakota and has a long history with Indigenous activism and advocacy. He has been the Founder, Host, and Executive Producer of “First Voices Radio'' for over 30 years. Some of what Tiokasin shares today includes: 00:00:00 Land raising children, Lakota language and trusting the futur…
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All are welcome at eTJC Unity Mosques spaces for prayer, community, reflection, and discussion which affirm and include all. ETJC Unity Mosques are places of healing for everyone ETJC Unity Mosques are safe spaces for everyone to worship, commune, and just be. We celebrate pluralism and diversity enshrined in 49:13 of the Quran. ETJC Unity Mosques …
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After a 10-month hiatus Marvin is back! He shares updates on what's been going on with him personally and some travel he recently did to Louisville, KY and Denver, CO. Marvin also shares some thoughts on people who hate Pride queer folks as well as commentary on the current political climate. Be sure to listen to this episode and let us know what y…
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Happy Independence Day! First up, hear Thistle greet the listener introducing the topic of "patriarchal patriotism" with Liz Miller and Sekhmet SheOwl.After the greeting, hear WLRN's World News segment delivered by Mary O'Neill before enjoying American artist Whitney Houston's rendition of the patriotic song "America the Beautiful".Next, stay tuned…
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Nyah Mway a 13 year old boy was walking home at 10:20pm on June 29th, 2024- he was stopped by Utica police for allegedly fitting a description. Not 22 seconds (!!!) after being stopped by police, Nyah was dead. He will never see high school, or 14. He won’t see graduation, or college, or his first “real job”- Nyah is dead because he was murdered by…
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What does it mean to embrace a multicultural, democratic society in a nation scarred by Apartheid? Join us for the second part of our interview with Dr. Julian Sonn, who has spent the last thirty years working towards transformational change in South Africa. From the exuberance of the first democratic elections in 1994 to the ongoing quest for incl…
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Ms Marjon talks with Daniel Eichinger a former Appeals and Trial Attorney in Pittsburgh, PA about the injustices in the criminal justice system in indigent (poor) communities Topics Discussed: Injustices of the criminal system How the System Disproportionately Impacts People of Color? Advocating Criminal Legal Reforms…
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From the creators of Kultivating Kapwa Our Bound Liberation: Conversations in the time of Decolonization - Episode 1.04 - Aki Hirata Baker “A Being of In-Between: Being a Bridge Toward Liberation” In this episode of Our Bound Liberation, we are joined by Aki Hirata Baker. We discuss radical efficiency, the invisible realm, reclamation, being in the…
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Summary: In this episode of Messy Liberation, feminist coaches Becky Mollenkamp and Taina Brown dive into the recent Supreme Court ruling on presidential immunity and its profound implications for democracy. They share their raw emotions and discuss how this decision feels like a monumental shift in the nation's trajectory. From the disassociation …
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In this premiere episode of "Messy Liberation," feminist coaches Becky Mollenkamp and Taina Brown introduce their new podcast, aiming to tackle the complexities of living as intersectional feminists. They discuss the messy realities of divestment from capitalism while still operating within it, the balance between individual and collective responsi…
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This is the episode for writers! Tayler and Cassie discuss Cassie's journey as a poet, writer, and community leader. Cassie shared her thoughts on the intersection of writing and healing, expressing that writing creates profound connections and has the power to make individuals and communities well. Cassie also discusses her novel Beaver Girl, whic…
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Dr. Pamela Ayo Yetunde is the author of Casting Indra’s Net and Black & Buddhist. She is a theologian, scholar, and chaplain wrestling with issues of racism, resilience and personal freedom and how using mindfulness practices contributes to our liberation. Dr. Yetunde unpacks her faith journey and exploring what she calls ‘The Platinum Rule’ which …
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The journey toward liberation is messy AF, and Taina Brown and Becky Mollenkamp are here for it! 💥 Join them for the Messy Liberation, a podcast about current events, politics, pop culture, and business through an intersectional feminist lens. Taina and Becky aren’t perfect activists or allies, so don’t expect polished and perfectly formulated conv…
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Join us for another VISIONS elder story as we sit down with Dr. Julian Sonn, who has been with VISIONS, quite literally, since its inception. This is another in our series of elder story podcasts that we’re doing in honor of our 40th anniversary, which we'll be celebrating in Boston on September 27, 2024. Dr. Sonn is a psychologist and academic, an…
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Sawyer Cole, author and memoirist, shares their journey of writing a memoir about their experiences as a queer person in the South. They discuss the process of writing, the impact it had on their understanding of their own identity, and the challenges they faced. Sawyer hopes that their memoir will provide support and community for queer individual…
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Black in Repro is a workgroup in the Floridians for Reproductive Freedom coalition that is made up of Black organizers, political operatives, consultants, providers, founders, community organizations, and experts in contraceptive access, abortion and prenatal doula care, policymaking, youth engagement, strategy, event planning and more. They aim to…
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Carroll Dunham: The Path of a Householder Practitioner, Rites of Place & Taking Risks Carroll Dunham is a medical anthropologist, storyteller, Buddhist practitioner, and chaplain, who has devoted her life to exploring human entanglement between other species. She was based in Nepal for over 30 years and has lived and traveled amongst nomadic commun…
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In this episode, Shannon Ivey shares her journey into storytelling activism and coaching. She discusses the power of stories in amplifying voices, challenging norms, and fostering understanding. Shannon emphasizes the importance of representation and the need for diverse protagonists in storytelling. She also highlights the intersectionality betwee…
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In this episode, host Tayler Simon interviews filmmaker and creator Catherine Joy White about her journey as a creator and storyteller. They discuss Catherine's book, Threads of Gold, which explores the interconnected stories of Black women throughout history. They also talk about the power of storytelling in activism and the importance of represen…
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We sit down with poet and author Evelyn Berry about representation, poetry collections you need to read, and what it means to be an activist. Thank you for being part of the Liberation is Lit podcast! If you have stories to share, want to suggest topics, or just want to connect, find us on Instagram, Facebook, and TikTok @liberationislit or visit o…
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When you think about writing and the power of storytelling what comes to mind? Well, for KB Brookins we were able to take a deep dive into their mind in this interview. We discuss social change, focus on marginalized communities and how it all ties into the world of writing. We also take a chance to look into the challenges we face as writers/poets…
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While many know him as a political powerhouse and active member of the Congressional Black Caucus, Rep. Jim Clyburn joined us for a conversation on how his faith informed his desire for public service and coming from a family of ministers. He convenes the Democratic Faith Working Group in the House of Representatives, a multi faith group of congres…
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Michelle Anderson sits down to talk with me about life as a widower and how she continues to rebound. Michelle tells about how she has begun to reach out to others struggling with the same bout of widowhood. Michelle will also talk to us about her new book ideas, youth mentorship and her "Daughters of Sarah" class that she conducts at the Greater H…
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Ms Marjon talks with Lance Hicks and Beth Bailey from Detroit Peer Respite about mental health in metro Detroit Topics Discussed: Decarcerating Mental Healthcare Abolishing Nonconsensual "Treatment" Taking Cops Out of Crisis WorkMichigan Liberation
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This episode of Into Liberation features a conversation with the extraordinary Dr. Cassandra Joubert, who shares her story of growing up in racially segregated Houston and becoming a passionate advocate for maternal and child health. Dr. Joubert talks about how her early life experiences and her time at Howard University in the early 1970s (amid th…
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Peace everyone, wishing you all well! I wanted to take a moment to read some poetry from our friend and Comrade sister, Mother, Julia Wright- daughter of Richard Wright, friend of Kwame and Kuma, and freedom fighters all over the globe! So I drawn to speak a bit about something some comrades of mine - and shout out to them, you know who you are - h…
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This Summer of 2024, put on your rain gear and come to Michigan for the Rise Festival on the Land and WPI. More info and how to get tickets here: https://wwtlc.org/summer/. All the women gathering on the Land is sure to make the Sun shine, sisters! With guitars and grace, the Michigan Womyn's Music Festival lived and thrived on what is now known as…
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00:00:00 Song Dzomba Yakmo Beautiful Abundance & Introduction 00:01:00 Growing up in a Ngakpa family in Admo Tibet. 00:03:40 Importance of life 00:07:00 Drukmo’s ngakpa grandfather 00:12:00 Slowing down and taking in advice from her grandfather 00:15:00 Most important dharma principles 00:17:00 Tibetan medicine helping come out of religious dogma 0…
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Ms. Marjon talks with author and therapist, Demarra West about mental health as it pertains to Trauma Topics Discussed: Herstory: Demarra's Story Demarra's New Book (Me Too: A Therapist’s Journey to Heal, Find Liberation, & Joy) Trauma: The Impact on Individuals and the Community Support System and Healing Modalities…
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Jasmine and I have the most beautiful, deep, enlightening conversations. We often surprise ourselves at the places that we go and the portals that we open when we dive into various topics that excite us both! This episode we unpack, delineate, and distinguish the difference between embodiment and integration. Listen in as we take you on a journey o…
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In this episode, we go into a discussion of a recent interview, which activist news network recently put out with Jihad Abdulmumit, diagnosing the movements of today in the so called US, and specifically the student encampments. We also discuss the importance of internationalizing our struggles and what that means, the importance of centering Polit…
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Ms. Marjon talks with the Program Coordinator, Tore Price from MI-CEMI. Tore shares his personal mental health story. Topics Discussed: Mental Health as a Formerly Incarcerated Individual Dealing with Substance Use Disorder (SUD) Moving Forward with Mental IllnessMichigan Liberation
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From the creators of Kultivating Kapwa Our Bound Liberation: Conversations in the time of Decolonization - Episode 1.03 - Marcia Lee "Treating Yourself As Your Own True Love" In this episode of Our Bound Liberation, we are joined by Marcia Lee. We discuss asking the right questions, what it means to be our own one true love, what it means to connec…
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This is an interview I did with Natasha for the Igniting Shakti podcast! We had an amazing conversation with such delicious, juicy questions that took us deep into embodiment, healing, and the nervous system! Work with Lola Darling: Jump into my FREE Womb Breath Salon on May 7th, register here! Grap my intimate foundations of self love course "Embo…
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00:00:00 A life re-directing pilgrimage 00:03:00 Earth treasure vases and the terma, treasure tradition. 00:13:00 Liberian women ending the 14 year Civil War 00:18:00 Christian Bethelson, Thich Nhat Hanh and engaged Buddhism 00:23:00 The timing of forgiveness and healing the earth and our bodies. 00:27:00 The fine line of letting go and holding peo…
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From the creators of Kultivating Kapwa Our Bound Liberation: Conversations in the time of Decolonization - Episode 1.02 - Hāwane Rios "I stand ...in the sovereignty of my body ...in the sovereignty of my land ...with you in sacred solidarity" In this episode of Our Bound Liberation, we are joined by Hāwane Rios. We discuss sovereignty of the body, …
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Annie Sprinkle has lived a remarkable life as a performance artist, adult-film star, and eco-erotic educator. She also contributed to the early days of the work of Body Electric. In this intimate conversation, Annie offers her memories about the founding of Body Electric, her life-long friendship with BE founder Joseph Kramer, and her work as a per…
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Katrina Bos has written several books about Tantra, including Tantric Intimacy and Divine Union of the Masculine and Feminine. Katrina and Erotic Liberation Podcast host Craig Cullinane explore how Katrina found Tantra and the impact it has had in her life and about her work as a teacher and guide. You can find out more about Katrina's work at http…
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Liberation theology constitutes not only a rupture from Church tradition but also a creative development of this tradition. David investigates the ways that Latin American liberation theologians draw support from, and sometimes critique, the Church Fathers. Resources: Mysterium liberationis https://www.orbisbooks.com/mysterium-liberationis.html La …
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This episode is best enjoyed on video. Link to Watch this Episode: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AUkL7SpfIQA ~ Today's conversation is with Lama Sonam Tsering at his retreat place in the Hyolmo region of Nepal. Some of what Sonam shares includes: 00:01:00 Growing up in Hyolmo and the societal shifts 00:08:00 Sonam’s spiritual upbringing raised wi…
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Join us as we sit down with Vincent Johnson, as he recounts his trajectory from being a 'third culture kid' to becoming the Director of Equity and Inclusive Excellence at the University of Pittsburgh School of Law. Growing up as the child of a serviceman who was stationed in Okinawa and Taiwan, as well as Washington, DC, Vincent's immersion in diff…
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From the creators of Kultivating Kapwa Our Bound Liberation: Conversations in the time of Decolonization - Episode 1.01 - Davidica Little Spotted Horse "Diversify Tactics: Bringing Our Whole Selves to the Movement" In this episode of Our Bound Liberation, we are joined by Davidica Little Spotted Horse. We discuss having pride in who you are, stayin…
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First up, hear the We the Women promo WLRN created for that gathering happening in the Pacific Northwest this summer. More info at https://www.wethewomen.world/.After the promo, we begin the show with a special 8th anniversary greeting from Thistle. Then, it is on to the world news with Mary O'Neill before we dive into our discussion of the Taylor …
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Another solo episode, this one is really close to my heart and touches deeper on a previous episode "For the Love of Being Selfish" . I talk about why we've been conditioned to put other's needs before out own which then compounds over-time and signals to our bodies, body/mind, and all parts of ourselves that we aren't worth loving and our needs do…
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