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44 minutes | 6 months ago
Welcome to Launch Episode 1 Sustainable Voting with Iain Lees-Galloway
A special launch of #sustainablevoting with a role model democracy coming from New Zealand, to inspire an exciting global series.
59 minutes | 6 months ago
Welcome to Closing Episode 11 Art of Respect Series with Andy Steinmen, Founder of NxTGEN
Learn about the 'global supply chain' of N95 and N100 masks during a pandemic, the role and need 'of' from first responders, soon to be a case study in universities. What does globally made, really mean today!
46 minutes | 6 months ago
Welcome to Episode 10 Art of Respect Series with Gill Sotu, Poet, Playwright, Musician, DJ, & Performing Artist
His "profound sense of curiosity" is a blessing for listeners, participants, and in every environment and profession. You definitely want to 'Be About It' and learn more from an 'amazing human art inventor' inspiring us all. Closing poem "Skin Deep" gives heart and body chills, in a journey of 'micro progressions.'
49 minutes | 7 months ago
Welcome to Episode 9 Art of Respect Series with Bernard Mauricia, CEO of Oncology and Kids (OAK)
Learning to 'listen' has more value then we can often realize. Giving youth voice and youth leadership to handle youth challenges, is how we need to rewire out mindsets.
51 minutes | 7 months ago
Welcome to Episode 8 Art of Respect Series with Lane Nishikawa, Japanese American Actor, Filmmaker, Playwright, Poet & Arts Activist.
Learn about Asian American and Japanese American history and identity issues, through theater and film and the inspiration for series such as "I'm On A Mission From Buddha," and films "Only The Brave," and "Our Lost Years," just released February 2020. A recollection of forced removal and mass incarceration of 120,000 Japanese and Japanese Americans during World War II. And upcoming film "League of Dreams" about the 90 year history of the Japanese American Citizen League (JACL), protecting civil and human rights.
41 minutes | 7 months ago
Welcome to a Special Bonus Episode Art of Respect Series with Sonam Tashi Lama of the Red Panda Network
In honor of International Red Panda Day, enjoy an amazing conversation with Sonam, an extraordinary and passionate species and habitat conservationist expert, named Disney Conservation Hero in 2015 and nominee in 2019 for the Future for Nature Award.
45 minutes | 7 months ago
Welcome to Episode 7 Art of Respect Series with Chris Cantore, Founder of Yew Media & Partner Bridges Studio
A wonderful episode, learning a vital industry of live events and media, the triumphs and challenges. Respect is everything! Most importantly 'collaboration and support' is everything today, in all we do! Working together to lift each other up in all aspects of every industry and society locally and globally.
35 minutes | 8 months ago
Welcome to Episode 6 Art of Respect Series with Kathy Liu, Founder of Joey's Wings Foundation
For September Childhood Cancer Awareness Month and in honor of Joey, what does advocating for Pediatric Cancer and Treatments look like? What are the hurdles and where how can we become the best supporters for the number one illness in children.
54 minutes | 8 months ago
Welcome to Episode 5 Art of Respect Series with Mark J. Spalding, President of The Ocean Foundation, Washington D.C.
Learning and awareness is step 1, research, science, application and action step 2! The Ocean Foundation is amazingly both creation and results. Hear about amazing projects such as the first-ever blue carbon offset program, SeaGrass Grow and the Rockefeller Ocean Strategy (an unprecedented ocean-centric investment fund). In addition what does equality look like in ocean conservation work and how does respect play out in the goal for a sustainable future for all species.
35 minutes | 8 months ago
Welcome to Episode 4 Art of Respect Series with Audie J. de Castro, Honorary Consul of the Republic of the Philippines
Representing ones culture has many facets and community participation is key in a growing global world. Respect within a community means not classifying individuals, having empathy, and supporting youth to grow and learn to be respectful for one another for generations to come.
73 minutes | 8 months ago
Welcome to Episode 3 Art of Respect Series with Professor Norm Sheehan, a Wiradjuri Man from Mudgee, NSW Australia.
Learn the beauty of one the strongest views of respect in the world from the Wiradjuri people "Yindyamarra" and being in a world worth living in. Reconciliation of Indigenous Cultures, a movement, acknowledging and respect for culture and country. Culture is "telling you what the world is like." What is Ontological Authority? Respect is a fundamental for life. Respect means we have to consider the world first, and how we relate to the world within nature and science, stemming from 70,000 year old cultures of knowledge and deep understanding.
66 minutes | 8 months ago
Welcome to Episode 2 Art of Respect Series with Laura Chez of We See You San Diego
We See You San Diego serves a weekly home cooked dinner to 150-200 people from San Diego's homeless community on a budget of $0. Storytelling is everything and the tip of the iceberg here. Learn about the power of kindness, dignity, consistency and looking someone in the eye!
52 minutes | 9 months ago
Welcome to Episode 1 Launch Art of Respect Series with special guest Mark Lovett - Storytelling With Impact
Mark Lovett shares with us the art of storytelling "Your Story Can Change the World" and how respect of individuals and cultures ties into all aspects of society from digital media age and mental health to environment.
17 minutes | 9 months ago
Intro to the Art of Respect Series with Pilialoha Estall and Dennis-Michael Broussard
The Art of Respect Series - a journey diving into the unique practice of respect. How it relates to environment, culture, and society. When we practice this art together we will thrive sustainably!
50 minutes | 9 months ago
Welcome to Closing Episode 9 Youth Indicators Series with Girish Venkat, Founder & CEO of Thrively
Knowing your child helps them soar academically and passionately. The whole child, their social and emotional well-being is the key of next generation education. Thrively is a learning network, creating a education ecosystem. "Every Child Deserves to Thrive" by "Unlocking Each Child's Potential"
37 minutes | 9 months ago
Welcome to Episode 8 Youth Indicators Series with Kira Finkenberg of The Kira Co.
Community, collaboration, heritage, music and youth! When we are role models for our youth in volunteering, listening and giving them a voice, the positive results are endless.
50 minutes | 9 months ago
Welcome to Episode 7 Youth Indicators Series with Coach Joe Quigley from the U.K.
Youth mental health awareness is not only necessary, but truly listening to our youth and giving them a voice is more important now then ever. Especially in today's climate. We must support the youth to make sure their future moves in the right direct.
57 minutes | 10 months ago
Welcome to Episode 6 Youth Indicators Series with Prof. Dr. Knut Tielking Prof. at Hochschule Emden Leer, from Emden, Germany
Dr. Tielking's special interests includes children youth work and mental health. He talks about recent alcohol and drug prevention research from an international perspective. He traveled around the world to compare prevention programs in San Diego/California/USA, Coffs Harbour/New South Wales/Australia and Aurich/Ostfriesland/Germany.
41 minutes | 10 months ago
Welcome to Episode 5 Youth Indicators Series with Shurene Premo, MSW, of the Newe Numa Nation, Chairperson Native American Council, NASW California Chapter.
This episode discusses the Indian Boarding-School Era, Generation Red Road for Cultural Healing, the importance of education, and how to break the cycle by focusing on the youth for awareness and mental health. Please note this episode contains strong language, and parental supervision or consent is advised for individuals under the age of 18.
34 minutes | 10 months ago
Welcome to Episode 4 Youth Indicators Series with Dr. Moises Baron, President & CEO of San Diego Center for Children
The mental and emotional health of our youth is everything! It is our responsibility to actively participate and collaborate to ensure the overall well-being of our youth. The number of youth negatively impacted by us not being collectively proactive in their mental health is moving in the wrong direction. We must work together to change the direction now!
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