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There is no inherent disconnect or contradiction between Islamic Spirituality and social or political activism. In fact, Islamic spirituality is not only relevant but essential to all forms of activism. This Podcast will present a paradigm for a spiritually-inspired activism where activism achieves what it was always meant to be: a vehicle for nearness to the Divine through genuine individual and social ethical change. This series will comprise of seven discussions that will explore 1. The f ...
 
Activism and Revival (A&R) is a podcast and movement with Change Agents, Kelly Galloway, and Ashley Cross. This movement focuses on mobilizing the Christian Church to create dialogue, awareness, and solutions for social change, and justice. Our hope is that this movement creates stronger spirit-filled believers ultimately establishing greater spheres of influence.
 
n these turbulent times it is important to understand how effective social action and the Buddhist practices of wise speech, embodied awareness and right action complement one another. Virtuous conduct, sīla, depends upon a Buddhist practitioner's ability to comprehend and enact right view: impermanence, not-self and the causes of suffering and non-suffering. This talk clarifies how to hold the precepts while boldly, fearlessly engaging in social action.
 
Govern Yourself Accordingly is a brand new podcast for engaged citizens and public leaders who want to lead change through politics with their integrity intact. If you are someone who is engaged in politics - as an activist, an elected leader, aspiring candidate or simply someone who wants to engage deeply with questions about public leadership this is the podcast for you. We're always on the hunt for people, stories, big ideas and small ones that capture our curiosity about how we can gover ...
 
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In recognition of International Kindness Day. We look at the true earth shaking Power In Kindness. We talk about how Kindness needs some reframing as it gets a bad rap for being weak or naive. It is very strong and a powerful force for change! We talk about the vitality of Kindness due to our mirror neurons and oxytocin boost which can later lead t…
 
Alex Merced reflects on a lot of idea… How movements are sparked out a feeling of being unheard, ignored and powerless How the political industry is quick to try to divert any movements effort and resources away from progress and towards their own ends Understanding of the root sentiment behind Black Lives Matter, Black Trans Lives Matter, The Tea …
 
Election Day 2020 is almost here. In this podcast I share a few thoughts on our local election. I talk about the need to get some food, and resources together in the next few days – just in case things get wonky. I talk about the need to get your ballot physically to the ballot box or vote in person (most vote my mail is not assured to get in by no…
 
Hey all today we are going to unpack the idea of Deep Canvassing. Inspired by this article https://callhub.io/deep-canvassing/ Deep canvassing stems from a simple idea; you can change minds through conversations. Canvassers use this method to engage voters in a conversation and get them to a mutual understanding by providing alternative perspective…
 
In this podcast we will analyze thoughts on why people have such a hard time just saying and agreeing with Black Lives Matter. And why they are SO insistent on the message All Lives Matter. The secret is we will in a society that honestly values life very little. And due to the normalization of death and that some lives matter and other lives don’t…
 
Carmel Leahy moved to the remote Kimberley community of Yakanarra in 1990 to establish a school in a dry community breaking away from Fitzroy Crossing. She taught there for thirteen years before becoming a linguist, consultant and activist across North-Western Aboriginal communities. Currently she is fighting to save the Fitzroy River from cotton f…
 
In this podcast we breakdown another parable idea on what lessons are embedded in boats, and airplanes. How can we look at the idea of difference in consideration of an items intended purpose and see its inherent value in its differences? We will look at how the pressures of a situation keep us afloat. We will look at how movement and pressure can …
 
Todays Podcast is “Why Poor White People have a harder Time Seeing White Privilege” We will go over – white racial privilege does exists We will also talk about what is “assumed” as parts of being a white person in society – that really is not always the true experience We will talk about how if you are not doing what is assumed in all parts of whi…
 
Hey all so this is our final podcast of season one folks. Its been wonderful for Calvin and I to share our thoughts and ideas with you everyone. In this our final podcast of our first (hopefully not final season) Calvin the Drapetomaniac and Rowdy the Inclusive Activist introduce the idea of Social Centric Communalism (NOT communism NOT Socialism) …
 
I recently watched the movie Air Force One, partially to reminisce on a classic Harrison Ford movie and partially to reminisce on what it was like to have a badass president. One of the most iconic lines from the 1997 blockbuster, which also features the likes of WIlliam H. Macy, Gary Oldman, and Glenn Close, is when President Harrison Ford practic…
 
Okay, is it just me, or does the world have an unhealthy aversion to the idea of aging? There’s a statistic floating around that the anti-aging products industry is expected to be worth $83.2 billion by the year 2027. That’s up thirty billion dollars from the projected sales this year. Let’s be clear here - these aren’t sales of products that help …
 
Here’s an interesting read for you today: a story in TIME, titled: “COVID-19 Isn't the First Pandemic to Affect Minority Populations Differently. Here's What We Can Learn From the 1918 Flu”. It rings especially poignant today, as TIME says now, “over a century later, Black people are dying at more than twice the rate of white people in the US.” Acc…
 
When it comes to COVID-19, we talk a lot about the lung symptoms - the way the lungs inflame and fill with fluid, preventing oxygen from being passed into your blood system. What’s talked less about and has been found to be a huge problem in our bodies is how the virus impacts our hearts. Even in young, healthy athletes, we’re finding heart damage …
 
In today’s podcast we explore the idea of “truth” what is it. What is subjective truth or what is true for me. How can at times subjective truths widen and are shared with others? What is objective truth – those real hard undeniable truths – that we can pretend don’t exist – but like gravity we do so at our own peril. What are universal truths – to…
 
Canada is doing something I think the whole world can learn from, but take it with a grain of salt. They’re changing the way they look at obesity to say it’s not just measured on a scale and with a tape measure around your waist. Obesity is as much from a lack of good nutrition and exercise as it is from emotional issues and genetics. Here’s the pr…
 
Those of you who are parents know that your kids can be great at so many things. Chiefly among those skills, like saying the darndest things and sometimes being cute, is a unique ability to carry diseases home from school. Colds, flus, mono, and lice never discriminate, though how we handle them does. NPR wrote a piece about kids and coronavirus. B…
 
I talk a lot about the importance of our efforts to diversify the communities we serve with our health and fitness work. Today I’m going to read you an op-ed piece from Jason Burns, the owner of Meddle Fitness (a CrossFit affiliate on the south side of Chicago), which seeks to serve a more diverse community than is usually seen in a CrossFit gym. I…
 
One of the cool things about branching out from the old WODDITY Podcast is that I get to help you with things that go above and beyond our old CrossFit focus. One of those topics is financial security. In March we watched one of the biggest market roller coasters in the history of our modern financial infrastructure, followed by an almost immediate…
 
There seems to be a huge list of misinformation out there regarding COVID-19, antibodies, and immunity. So I thought I’d take some time this morning to tell you there is no evidence, there is no proof, and you are safer to treat this like the doctors recommend. Let’s start with what an antibody is. Your body develops antibodies as a reaction to an …
 
Is anyone else feeling just a little left out because they’re not rich enough to join this Peloton craze? Trust me. I’d tear it up on one of these bikes if I could, but I’m just apparently not cool enough. And I’m not sure it would fit in my toy-sized Brooklyn apartment. Not with the dog and the recording equipment. https://youtu.be/VsabBtdCAI4 Is …
 
You’ve probably seen or heard headlines the past few weeks that opioid abuse and overdoses have exploded over the course of quarantine. The stories seem to echo across the country. In Illinois’ Cook Country, home to the city of Chicago, overdoses are on track to double from last year. In Wisconsin, health officials are reporting overdoses have jump…
 
Calvin and Rowdy give you a retrospective out their lives to give you a sense of the humans behind the process. Many times either Calvin or Rowdy have been a bit too deified or seen as more than the simple humans they are – this podcast puts that notion to bed with times we made mistakes. How we learned and grow. And the simple steps we take daily …
 
Today, let’s talk about overtraining. It’s something many of us are facing right now with limited outlets for our time and energy. Personally, I’m nursing a strained MCL after going from a few CrossFit classes a week to running and walking 50-plus miles a week. https://youtu.be/kvJjMZ9_iL4 It wasn’t a smart approach, but it kept me sane and it real…
 
Let’s talk more about racial disparity in our country. It affects us in so many more ways than most people realize and recognize. Research recently published in the Journal of Pediatrics found healthy Black children are 3.5 times more likely to die within 30 days post-operation than their white counterparts. https://youtu.be/WNK_3tQ-Wa0 The study l…
 
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