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Let Your SOULTALK!
38 minutes | Nov 25, 2020
Episode 8: LIVE Episode ft. DeRico Symonds & Eriana Willis
In the first ever live recording of Let Your SOULTALK!, I was joined by by two local, young trailblazers. A community builder and a music artist, DeRico and Eriana deliver two soul-stirring works of art that will make you sit up in your seat. This episode we talk about strength, independence, and balancing personal time with social time.
31 minutes | Nov 4, 2020
Episode 7: Bria Symonds
Bria Symonds is a Nova Scotia native devoted to enlightening young people of her community to support their personal and professional path. In her role, Bria wears many different hats as she examines the justice & education system to bring transparency to the Black Canadian Experience. As a conscious, powerful Black woman – she shares her SOULTALK with us regarding how she summons her power through culture, discipline, and forgiveness.
20 minutes | Oct 28, 2020
Episode 6: Josh Creighton
Josh Creighton is a young Afro-Nova Scotian determined to make an impact on youth development and supports. He operates as a social entrepreneur and community liaison to bring light to the supports needed for under-resourced communities. In this episode, we talk about learning how to set boundaries as young professionals, accepting the duality of self, and how early self-sufficiency made us both Mr.Noodle Chef extraordinaire’s.
37 minutes | Oct 21, 2020
Episode 5: Lameia Reddick
Lameia Reddick is a community builder, a creative activist, an artist, and founder of KINnected Leadership -- a consulting firm specializing in building bridges between institutions and community. No matter the title, Lameia brings her inviting presence everywhere she goes. In this episode, we talk about her recent poem “In Alignment” to uncover the journey to liberation, prioritizing ourself in order to show up fully, and the power of standing in our own personal abundance. This here is the essence of SOULTALK.
22 minutes | Oct 14, 2020
Episode 4: Kanaar Bell
In this episode, Kanaar uses his biggest commercial poem, “RAW” to illustrate how intangible qualities of life are made tangible through a diligent transformation requiring a balance of mind, body, and spirit. By sharing the backstory of how his CBC collaboration came to be, Kanaar reminds us of the importance of trusting our intuition and using uncertainty to innovate new beginnings. Connect: https://www.instagram.com/kanaarbell/ Watch RAW: https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/nova-scotia/raw-spoken-word-nova-scotia-1.5473945 If this episode resonates with you and you’d like to let YOUR soul talk–write to firstname.lastname@example.org with comments and/or questions.
27 minutes | Oct 7, 2020
Episode 3: Chris Gallant
Chris is a speaker, poet, and tall AF. In this episode, Chris talks about finding creative ways to reconnect with youth during the outbreak of COVID-19, his topsy-turvy path to spoken word, and creating career success on his own terms. Oh, he also blesses us with a live performance of his inspiring poem, “Today is the Day.” If you’re needing some extra motivation to finish off 2020 – you’re going to want to listen to this. Connect: @thechrisgallant chrisgallant.ca
18 minutes | Oct 7, 2020
Episode 2: Guyleigh Johnson
Guyleigh Johnson is the author of two astounding poetry books, a spoken word artist, and a community builder. In this episode, Guyleigh talks about her powerful connection with her home of Dartmouth, Nova Scotia by sharing her viral poem, “I grew up in Dartmouth.” Kanaar and Guyleigh talk about truth versus tradition when it comes to Afro-Nova Scotian people, Black art, community organizing, and healing through creative writing. Connect: @kreamgetmoney guyleighjohnson.wixsite.com/mysite
15 minutes | Oct 7, 2020
Episode 1: Kanaar Bell
Kanaar Bell is the founder of Let Your SOULTALK, a digital marketer, and renowned speaker/poet. Kanaar believes that authenticity is illuminated through the process of self-discovery which is often a transformation resisted due to traumas, limiting beliefs, and harboured emotions. Learning how to be independent “the hard way,” he has made it his mission to teach Social & Emotional Learning through creativity as a vehicle to clarity, empowerment, and strength. In this episode, he shares the milestones that led him to new understanding, healing, and breakthrough. Connect: @kanaarbell (IG) @BellKanaar (twitter) kanaarbell.com
2 minutes | Sep 18, 2020
Introduction to Let Your SOULTALK
“Let your SOULTALK!” – because the world needs your authenticity. Spoken word artist & educator, Kanaar Bell, hosts this podcast to highlight emotional regulation skills essential for life & work. Kanaar has always appreciated the opportunity for self-education that poetry provides. By using this platform as a place to speak about lessons of the soul, he reminds us that rhyming isn’t the goal. Just let your SOULTALK.
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