Charles Kelly is the Co-Owner, and Executive Producer of NoCo FM. What does that mean, you ask? His goal is to help NoCo FM with its goal of bringing in high quality shows from a diverse set of people… And to be completely frank, he does a killer job doing that. You can find Charles behind the scenes on many of NoCo’s original programs, in front of the mic on his own show “Talk N Roll,” or on all of the major social medias (especially Instagram).
Warning: This episode contains disturbing themes and bigoted language. Listener discretion is advised. This episode may not be a very joyful one, but it is fascinating and urgent—possibly more urgent than ever. My guest is Dr. Heidi Beirich, executive vice president and chief strategy officer at the nonprofit organization Global Project Against Hate and Extremism. Heidi is an international expert on the far right. Our conversation focused on the role of women within anti-democratic movements and the relationship between feminism, misogyny, and extremism. We talk about what it means for women globally that far-right political candidates are gaining power in countries around the world, including the U.S. And we explore the uncomfortable question: How does the supportive role white women play in white nationalist movements mirror the role white women have played in supporting white supremacy throughout history? Things We Talked About on This Episode https://www.globalextremism.org (Global Project Against Hate and Extremism) https://www.cynthiamilleridriss.com (Cynthia Miller Idriss) https://www.kathleenbelew.com (Kathleen Belew) https://news.gsu.edu/expert/mia-bloom/ (Mia Bloom) https://books.catapult.co/products/white-tears-brown-scars-how-white-feminism-betrays-women-of-color-by-ruby-hamad (White Tears/Brown Scars) by Ruby Hamad “https://www.theguardian.com/world/2019/aug/30/white-women-were-colonisers-too-to-move-forward-we-have-to-stop-letting-them-off-the-hook (White Women Were Colonisers Too. To Move Forward, We Have to Stop Letting Them Off the Hook.)” by Ruby Hamad Support this podcast
Sarah Monares and leaders of The We Spot, Amy Norris and Heather Williams, talk roundtable style about why women are in competition with each other. Why are we so hard on each other as women? How do we change this age old dynamic and learn to lift each other up? We love to dive into the things that people don't normally talk about. Connect with us: https://www.facebook.com/thewespot (Facebook) https://www.instagram.com/thewespot/ (Instagram) https://my.captivate.fm/www.thewespot.com (www.thewespot.com) Want more of The We Podcast? To listen to more awesome episodes on Loudspeaker or on any of your favorite podcasting apps. The We Spot is your go-to place for intentional growth, connection, authenticity, and encouragement. We would love to connect with you! Thank you for listening and being a part of this community! It means a lot to us! Support this podcast
Do you still allow yourself to dream about what you really want to have in your life, or do you feel over-burdened by life and circumstances? Either way, this episode is for you! Join me and Dr. Morgan Oaks for a unique and inspiring conversation about how we can all ignite our dreams and live a more fulfilling and fabulous life! Dr. Morgan Oaks is a transformational speaker, coach, and healer who empowers the conscious cultivation of body, mind, and spirit through the process of deep listening and courageously inspired action. Connect with Morgan: https://www.drmorganoaks.com/ (https://www.drmorganoaks.com/) Stephanie James, besides being the host of The Spark, is a transformational life coach, speaker, psychotherapist, and author of the book, The Spark: Igniting Your Best Life. https://www.stephaniejames.world/ (https://www.stephaniejames.world/) https://www.amazon.com/Spark-Igniting-Your-Best-Life-ebook/dp/B07X8L2YBB (https://www.amazon.com/Spark-Igniting-Your-Best-Life-ebook/dp/B07X8L2YBB) Like what we do? Support us on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/heyloudspeaker (https://www.patreon.com/heyloudspeaker) Hosted by Stephanie James. Produced by Chris Lanphear for Loudspeaker. Hear more great podcasts at https://www.loudspeaker.fm/ (https://www.loudspeaker.fm) Follow the show: https://www.thesparkpod.com/ (https://www.thesparkpod.com) https://www.facebook.com/thesparkpod (https://www.facebook.com/thesparkpod) https://www.instagram.com/stephaniethespark/ (https://www.instagram.com/stephaniethespark/) Follow Loudspeaker: https://twitter.com/heyloudspeaker (https://twitter.com/heyloudspeaker) https://www.facebook.com/heyloudspeaker (https://www.facebook.com/heyloudspeaker) https://www.instagram.com/heyloudspeaker (https://www.instagram.com/heyloudspeaker) Support this podcast
You're listening to episode #93 with Rhonda Solis. In this episode we talk about Rhonda's passion for advocacy and equality and inclusion at all levels of our political process. Rhonda is a Greeley West Alumni and also a life-long resident of the Greeley/Evans area. Her current employment is as an office manager for dental office in Windsor along with co-creator/co-host of Latino Northern Colorado. She recently completed the Latino Leadership Institute program at Denver University. She has served on the Success foundation board, Hispanic Women of Weld County, 19th Judicial District Nominating Commission, CASA (court appointed special advocate), Election judge supervisor, Weld County Tobacco Coalition, Realizing Our Community, City of Greeley Judicial Review board, Latino Advisory Committee to the Greeley Police, Atmos Energy Customer Advisory board and El Voto Latino. Awards won – Weld County Public Health Champion, Tobacco Coalition of Weld County Leadership award, Hispanic Women of Weld County Leadership award and Outstanding Women of Weld County - Community Advocate. She loves spending time with her husband Mike, son Michael, daughter Jodan and sisters Christine and Shauna along with volunteering in her community. She is serving her eighth year as an elected school board member for Greeley/Evans school District Six. She believes that education and the right to vote are the great equalizers in this nation and continues to be a champion for public education and for people being part of our political process. Connect with Ronda Solis: https://www.linkedin.com/in/rhonda-solis-294a491a (LinkedIn) Podcast- https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/latino-northern-colorado/id1476423563 (Latino Northern Colorado) Find a newspaper article featuring Rhonda and her activist work https://www.greeleytribune.com/2020/08/02/our-voices-rhonda-solis-looks-at-the-past-lives-in-the-present-and-hopes-for-the-future (HERE) Want more of The We Podcast? To listen to more awesome episodes on Loudspeaker or on any of your favorite podcasting apps. The We Spot is your go-to place for intentional growth, connection, authenticity, and encouragement. We would love to connect with you! Find us on: https://www.facebook.com/thewespot (Facebook) https://www.instagram.com/thewespot/ (Instagram) www.thewespot.com Thank you for listening and being a part of this community! It means a lot to us! Support this podcast
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