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52 minutes | Apr 15, 2021
Anindo Marshall: Creating a Generation of Love
Join us as we speak with Anindo Marshall, my former teacher, dancer, drummer, singer, chanter, humanitarian, and founder of Abukutsa Arts Academy in Kenya. We learn about how she became an apprentice for legendary dancer and activist Katherine Dunham, who grew up in a dancing in segregated America. We discuss how the arts are medicine, and how connecting with our ancestors creates miracles in our lives. We focus specifically on her newest endeavor - Abukutsa Arts Academy - an eco school she’s building in Kenya, one that priorities both the arts and sciences, and is a model for environmental consciousness. We discuss why, within our current social and environmental climate, these schools are more important now more than ever. So, listen to Anindo’s amazing story and learn how you can get involved building this school and expanding the model around the world. Anindo is building a generation of love. Let’s join her.
36 minutes | Apr 9, 2021
Joss Richard: Women Supporting Women
Joss Richard is my dear friend, Emmy award winning television producer, and founder of Margot - a community connecting women with mentors. Margot helps women of all ages, backgrounds, and stages of life, find qualified mentors in various industries, while normalizing the concept of women being compensated for their time and knowledge. In this interview, we discuss the importance of mentorship, disrupting the narrative that women don’t have to be paid for their time, and why free mentorship to women and girls in communities with socio-economic barriers is so important. Joss also vulnerably invites us into how it’s felt for her as an asian woman in today’s America, and provides us with some tangible ways to be a true ally. Listen in, learn about my incredible friend, and make sure to join the Margot Community.
60 minutes | Mar 11, 2021
Jase Te Patu: Mindfulness to Prevent Teen Suicide
Join us as we embark on a deeply personal and emotional interview with my friend, fellow entrepreneur and embodiment practitioner Jase Te Patu. He is the founder of M3, facilitating mindfulness tools with kids, ones that place breath and Maori wisdom as the center philosophy. He founded this program to combat high child and teen suicide rates in New Zealand. Hear why this work comes from Jase’s core, how his story shaped his trajectory toward impact, and why this work is so profoundly important in helping to shape the next generation. Take action to support growing this practice, movement and mission around the globe.
4 minutes | Mar 11, 2021
FTR is Back After a Grief Break
For the Revolution is returning after a long moment of pause. Placing my personal health first during a time of deep grieving put a lot of external forward momentum on hold. That said, FTR is back and ready to bring the world more content that inspires us into action.
36 minutes | Oct 19, 2020
Josh Whiton: If the Biosphere Were God
Josh Whiton, founder of MakeSoil, explains how human actions are a direct threat to the health of our biosphere - how we destroy our home planet for the sake of saving and growing a fragile economy. He presents us with a solution, one that each of us can participate in today, to regenerate our Earth, while reducing our dependence on the economy. He encourages us to start composting at a soil site near us, or to become Soil Makers ourselves. He's created an incredible resource that makes getting started easy - makesoil.orgRead Josh's Article:Join our For The Revolution Communities: Website: fortherevolution.comInstagram: instagram.com/fortherevolutionmediaFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/fortherevolutionnTwitter: https://twitter.com/fortherevolutnYoutube: https://youtube.com/channel/UCOOBO9F8vT_4IMk0YDId8UA
27 minutes | Oct 19, 2020
Adam Kolton: Preserving the Arctic Wildlife Refuge
Adam Kolton, Executive Director of Alaska Wilderness League, paints a clear picture of the bounty of beauty and life that is the Arctic Wildlife Refuge. He explains why this land is so vital for the culture and wellbeing of the Gwich'in people, many of whose villages reside along the migratory route of the Porcupine Caribou Herd - a herd that returns each year to the refuge to birth new calves. They are joined by Polar Bears, migratory Birds, Musk Oxen, and explosions of Flowers and Lichen; A vision and reality under grave threat because the current administration just opened subsidized oil leases in this wild, in-tact, land that has been protected since Eisenhower. Listen to find out what you can do to help preserve it. Read Rebecca's Article: https://www.fortherevolution.com/articles/climate-change-oil-drilling-threaten-alaskas-polar-bearsVisit Alaska Wilderness League: https://alaskawild.org/Join our For The Revolution Communities: Website: fortherevolution.comInstagram: instagram.com/fortherevolutionmediaFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/fortherevolutionnTwitter: https://twitter.com/fortherevolutnYoutube: https://youtube.com/channel/UCOOBO9F8vT_4IMk0YDId8UA
35 minutes | Oct 19, 2020
Jessica Rehms: Unshackle Immigrants, Honor Justice
Jessica Rehms, attorney with the Northwest Immigrant Rights Project, grants us insight into the current landscape of immigration in the United States. She explains the chaotic lack-of-structure provided for asylum seekers at the border, and she paints a clear picture of life and conditions in US ICE Detention Centers. She offers Calls to Action for attorneys, FTR listeners who are bilingual, and for anyone wanting to get involved in making the road to justice easier for people who come to America. Visit NWIRP: https://www.nwirp.org/Join our For The Revolution Communities: Website: fortherevolution.comInstagram: instagram.com/fortherevolutionmediaFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/fortherevolutionnTwitter: https://twitter.com/fortherevolutnYoutube: https://youtube.com/channel/UCOOBO9F8vT_4IMk0YDId8UA
44 minutes | Oct 19, 2020
Carol Hoover: Protect the Copper Bering River Complex
In this episode, we discuss Carol Hoover's journey in conservation, with specific emphasis on her work with the Eyak Preservation Council. The council is working to preserve The Copper River Delta, one of the last large wild watersheds left on the planet. It is currently under grave threat with the sale of the Bering River Coal Fields. Within this threat lies a great opportunity. If a coal conglomerate purchases this coalfield, 3 million acres of sacred land is risked, as well as the Alaskan salmon ecosystem that thrives there. On the other hand, this sale provides us with an incredible opportunity to support the Eyak Preservation Council's purchase of this land, which returns this wild complex back to its' original Eyak stewards, protects an enormous amount of Wild Alaskan Salmon life, keeps coal in the ground, and potentially grants the Copper River Complex protection for all of time. Read Skye's Article: https://fortherevolution.com/articles/biocultural-diversity-returning-ancestral-lands-to-original-indigenous-stewardsNative Claims Settlement Act: https://www.uaf.edu/tribal/112/unit_3/alaskanativeclaimssettlementactancsa1971.phpVisit Eyak Preservation Council: http://www.eyakpreservationcouncil.org/Join our For The Revolution Communities: Website: fortherevolution.comInstagram: instagram.com/fortherevolutionmediaFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/fortherevolutionnTwitter: https://twitter.com/fortherevolutnYoutube: https://youtube.com/channel/UCOOBO9F8vT_4IMk0YDId8UA
37 minutes | Oct 19, 2020
Rushan Abbas: Holocaust of the Uyghur People
In this episode, we discuss the history of the Uyghur people, the occupation of East Turkistan, also called Xinjiang, the current living conditions for Uyghurs who live in East Turkistan, and the horrific conditions within Chinese government run "re-education" camps. We evaluate how entire governments, industries, corporations, celebrities, and individuals are corrupted, complicit or implicit in the Genocide of the Uyghur people. Most importantly, we discuss the ways that you can help today. Read Rushan's Article: https://www.fortherevolution.com/holocaustoftheuyghursVisit Campaign for Uyghurs: https://campaignforuyghurs.org/Join our For The Revolution Communities: Website: fortherevolution.comInstagram: instagram.com/fortherevolutionmediaFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/fortherevolutionnTwitter: https://twitter.com/fortherevolutnYoutube: https://youtube.com/channel/UCOOBO9F8vT_4IMk0YDId8UA
3 minutes | Oct 19, 2020
We’ve exploited our planet and our people at an unsustainable rate. Now, the future of our world lies in our ability to create solutions and build systems that prioritize human and planet justice. Your Host, Hannah Blake, bring you into the minds and hearts of those at the frontlines of human and planet rights, driving creative solutions to our world’s most pressing issues. We grant Calls to Action so you can get involved in the revolution today. Because together, we can reimagine and recreate our world. Planet:The vast majority of systems built by and for humans are directly at odds with the health of our planet. Our economic and political systems are designed to protect and perpetuate this pattern. Quite frankly, this way of existence is no longer sustainable, and the time is now to drive solutions forward that regenerate our planet while contributing to a healthy economy.Human:Genocide, Systemic Oppression, Racism, Slave Labor, and Human Trafficking - these are only few of the major human rights issues of our time, ones that are again perpetuated by the political and economic systems built to uphold the status quo. These all-encompassing power structures require a paradigm shift within both the public and private sectors in order to dissolve the global abuses that are systemically at play. Terminating and replacing them will require a change in collective consciousness, then a push to reflect that change in local and foreign policy, education, and the private sector, in order to holistically build a more equitable world. The Intersection:When our planet is sick, humans are sick. When humans are sick, our planet is sick. We cannot have a longstanding social, political and economic revolution without first revolutionizing the ways we relate to our planet. Relating to our earth with a new level of conscientiousness will change the ways we relate to ourselves and each other. While the quality of engagement with our Earth informs the quality of our personal and collective consciousness, these more aligned methods should also inform, and be at the center of, revolutionary social, political and economic changes. Your Host: Hannah Blake is a professional dancer, entrepreneur and citizen journalist committed to helping unlock humanity’s full potential, which she believes can only be achieved through alignment and deep kinship with our home planet. For The Revolution is the living product of her academic, healing, and artistic careers, and is a passion project emanating directly from her heart and dharma. She is humbled to speak with and learn from revolutionary thinkers and doers, and to create movements around the most pressing global issues of our time. The revolution isn’t something that happens esoterically beyond our control. It is quite the opposite. True revolution is something that first happens within us. Then once we hold a collective vision, it is our duty to merge this vision with tangible action in order to alchemize change in the material world.Website: fortherevolution.comInstagram: instagram.com/fortherevolutionmediaFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/fortherevolutionnTwitter: https://twitter.com/fortherevolutnYoutube: https://youtube.com/channel/UCOOBO9F8vT_4IMk0YDId8UA
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