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The Human Together Podcast Show
16 minutes | 7 months ago
J.J. Armes Part 2: Rescuing Brando, Action Figures, and Inspiration (Yes, it is all true!)
The Tiger King has nothing on this modern day superhero! Join Dr. Floyd in the second part of his interview with international detective J.J. Armes as he shares his harrowing experience to bring back Marlon Brando's kidnapped son. Mr. Armes also shares how an action figure was produced in his likeness. Mr. Armes opens up about his faith and offers advice for people that will inspire.Check out J.J. Armes' interview with Geraldo Rivera in the 70's: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DgGak95XNiE&t=454s
7 minutes | 8 months ago
Racism Is Obsolete!
In recent days and weeks we have all been reminded of the horrible ills of racial injustice. Dr. Floyd provides a narrative of hope, resilience and above all understanding.
15 minutes | 8 months ago
J.J. Armes: Part 1- Making of A Real-Life Superhero
This is the first part of a two part series in which Dr. Floyd interviews his childhood hero-J.J. Armes. In this episode you will learn the origin of Mr. Armes and his horrific childhood accident that propelled him to greatness. Is He Real? Dare to Read: https://www.texasmonthly.com/articles/is-jay-j-armes-for-real/
25 minutes | 8 months ago
Autism Oklahoma & Invisible Layers Productions
In this episode, Dr. Floyd talks with Melinda Lauffenburger, the exectuive director of Autism Oklahoma and Zach Davis, the Director of Invisible Layers Productions. Melinda and Zach shares information about the organization's events and programming.
19 minutes | 9 months ago
True Love: A story of faith, compassion, and adoption
Dr. Floyd explores the wonders of child adoption through a conversation with Markus and Shannon Truelove, who share their story of adoption. To learn more about adoption and fostering in Oklahoma go to: http://www.okdhs.org/services/adopt/Pages/default.aspx Nationwide: https://www.adoptuskids.org/adoption-and-foster-care/how-to-adopt-and-foster/state-informationor https://catholiccharitiesok.org/get-help/adoption-pregnancy-services/adopting-parentsA link to the adoption story mentioned in the podcast: https://www.theodysseyonline.com/power-adoption.amp
17 minutes | 9 months ago
The Adaptive Sports Center
Dr. Floyd has a conversation with Chris Hensley and Chris Read from the Adaptive Sports Center in Crested Butte Colorado. Listeners will learn about the history of the center, programs offered, and how to utilize the center's services. Learn more about the Adaptive Sports Center at: https://www.adaptivesports.org/Video of former president Jimmy Carter & Mrs.Carter supporting the Adaptive Sports Center: https://vimeo.com/244685584
20 minutes | 9 months ago
Presidential Libraries: A Bipartisan Journey
Dr. Floyd explores the United States of America's national treasure- Presidential Libraries. Dr. Floyd gives the history and development of the libraries as he shares his own journey to visit all 13 presidential libraries within the National Archive system.
15 minutes | 9 months ago
Only In Oklahoma
Dr. Floyd has a discussion with Brett Manzer and Harley Covington, hosts of the Only in Oklahoma Podcast Show. Through this light-heart discussion listeners will learn about the Only in Ok Podcast history, the travels of Brett and Harley and the interesting people they have met along the way.
6 minutes | 9 months ago
A Narrative Short: Sir Winston Churchill
Dr. Floyd offers highlights from a presentation he attended given by Celia Sandys, Winston Churchill's granddaughter. Celia Sandys' presentation at Oklahoma State University: https://ostate.tv/media/Winston+Churchill%27s+Granddaughter+Speaks+at+OSU/1_aqzmvol9I am currently reading the fascinating true story about Churchill: The Splendid & The Vile by Erik Larson. To learn more about the book: https://www.nytimes.com/2020/02/25/books/review/the-splendid-and-the-vile-erik-larson.html
13 minutes | 10 months ago
SkillsUSA: An Inspirational Narrative
In this episode, Dr. Floyd interviews two very inspirational young ladies, Cleopatra Bell & Breeanna McCraken, who are members and leaders within the student organization- SkillsUSA. To learn more about SkillsUSA, go to: https://www.skillsusa.org/ & Oklahoma SkillsUSA go to: https://www.okcareertech.org/students/student-organizations/skillsusa
8 minutes | 10 months ago
Fight the Power! Equal Pay for Women
In this episode, Dr. Floyd discusses equal pay for women in the workplace by examining the current law suit by the U.S Women's Soccer team and the U.S. Soccer Federation. The episode begins with a brief narrative of the powerful women in Dr. Floyd's own life. 7 Lessons from the U.S. Womens Soccer Team Article: https://hbr.org/2019/09/7-lessons-from-the-u-s-womens-soccer-teams-fight-for-equal-pay
7 minutes | 10 months ago
COVID-19 & The Impact on the Restaurant Industry
Dr.Floyd has a discussion with Jeff Havern, owner/operator of Primo's Italian Restaurant. Mr. Havern shares the changes his business has changed since the Coronavirus and how they are continuing business in a safe manner. To Learn more about Primo's Italian Restaurant: https://www.primosok.com/Primo's Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/PrimosOK/
8 minutes | 10 months ago
Protecting the elderly: A conversation with Sara Brickey, Executive Director of Valir Pace
This episode is part of a special edition of the show focusing on the Cornovirus and how community groups are dealing/coping with COVID-19. In this episode Dr. Floyd talks with Sara Brickey, the Executive Director of Valir Pace. Sara shares information about Valir Pace and tips on how to help the elderly during the Coronavirus pandemic. For more information on Valir Pace: http://www.valirpace.org/Donation Info: https://youtu.be/aWtPXprYD20Recent news story about Valir Pace programs: https://kfor.com/health/coronavirus/people-are-in-dire-need-oklahoma-group-creating-care-packages-for-seniors-in-need/
29 minutes | 10 months ago
The Sports World Upheaval: A Conversation with Jenni Carlson, Professional Sports Writer
This episode is part of a special edition of the show focusing on the Cornovirus and how community groups are dealing/coping with COVID-19. In this episode Dr. Floyd talks with Jenni Carlson, Sports Writer for the Oklahoman newspaper. Jennie shares her insight into the ever changing sports world, inspiring stories she has written, and reporting on sports stories during the Coronavirus shutdowns.
17 minutes | 10 months ago
Nashville's Musical Tornado Relief: Catfish Seminar
Dr. Floyd talks with the Nashville based band Catfish Seminar who performed in an East Nashville neighborhood after the recent tornado. The duo band comprised of Andi Jane and Craig Anderson share their story, the history of the band, the ongoing tornado relief efforts in Nashville and how the band is adjusting through the pandemic Coronavirus. After the interview, the band plays one of their songs...enjoy!To learn more about Catfish Seminar: https://www.catfishseminar.com/News story about Catfish Seminar's East Nashville tornado relief performance: https://www.newschannel5.com/news/surrounded-by-tornado-damage-east-nashville-band-plays-concert-for-volunteers-and-neighbors?fbclid=IwAR0VjUMQpR-gxvE9_GMHf5vMmSmzojxlEnWVc0XOQORLLGQC3YgQAehG2jwYouTube Raw Cut Interview: https://youtu.be/Q9IL1ALLtZw
15 minutes | 10 months ago
Public Artworks: Carlos Barboza
In this episode, Dr. Floyd explores the world of public artworks with a conversation with local artist Carlos Barboza. For more information about Mr. Barboza's Artwork, visit:https://www.carlosbarboza.com/
6 minutes | a year ago
Special Edition: deadCENTER Glitter Ball
In this episode I discuss the deadCENTER Film Festival's Glitter Ball in which my brother, Justan, and I will receive the 2020 Vision Award for founding the film festival. I reflect on my previous experience attending the Glitter Ball, the hesitation of what to wear, and the humble beginnings of the film festival itself. Enjoy this reflective journey!https://www.deadcenterfilm.org/glitterball
6 minutes | a year ago
Asian Cowboys, Black Santa Claus, and White Guys Can Jump!
In this narrative short, Dr. Floyd explores stereotypes through some eye-raising examples. Please be sure and follow up this podcast with this wonderful video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V3U-kIt8B_EMerry Christmas everyone!
59 minutes | a year ago
The Crossroads of Music and Social Justice: Curriculum of the Mind
In this episode Dr. Floyd has a conversation with Dr. View (Dr. Stevie Johnson) and his hip-hop collective artists known as The Space Program. In the round-table discussion, the artists discuss their musical collaboration and the social issues they address within their music. For further information about the Space Program: https://www.tspalbum.com/ and a video for the groups music: https://youtu.be/yE4Jmzw8fuA
14 minutes | a year ago
A Photographer:Connection to People
In this episode Dr. Floyd discusses the life of his Uncle Gene and the impact he made in people's lives as a photographer. This very personal story is one in which you can draw inspiration, hope and above all love.
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