#1705 Climate Mama
We can promote positive change even in times of social upheaval. We chat with Harriet Shugarman, Executive Director of Climate Mama, and discuss what actions are ongoing to promote activism, as helping people to rise up to support the greater good, is more essential today than ever. For more info go to climatemama.com, thegreendivas.com
The Music is the Message with Judi Jaeger and Bob Reid
“Times, they are a changin’….” Bob Dylan
This week’s episode focuses on music and the power of its message, as we speak to musicians Judi Jaeger and Bob Reid about how music becomes a force for change, especially during times of struggle, strife, and division. We need to spread the word via song to unite, yet fight for our freedom and for democracy, both at home and abroad. Tune in to find out how Judi and Bob make that happen. For more info go to jaegerreidmusic.com and thegreendivas.com
#1703 50 Shades of Green Divas with guest George Polisner
George became a viral sensation when he resigned as a long-time executive of Oracle because of the CEO’s public announcement to support the new president. He’s devoting his time now to building a platform to help make it easier to become proactive within political and social justice arenas, so that you can take action to raise your voice, and promote positive change. For more information go to Civ.Works.
#1702 Activism, Actors, Eco-Thriller Film “A Crack in Everything”
The wonderful Academy Award nominated and Emmy winning actor and activist James Cromwell, and the lovely Varushka Franceschi, director of the film, A Crack in Everything, are our special guests on 50 Shades of Green Divas.
We talk about the environment, social justice, resistance, the eco-thriller film A Crack in Everything and the HBO series The Young Pope. Tune in and find your shade of green. For more information visit: www.crackineverything.com
This week’s episode of 50 Shades of Green Divas/The Many Shades of Green is our holiday special, and it features Joy Rose, founder of the Museum of Motherhood, the Mamapalooza Festival, the Moms Who Rock movement, and music from the band Housewives on Prozac. Green Diva Meg and I bring you holiday cheer, a tune from The Tokens, and some post election thoughts. We discuss the importance of raising one’s voice to be proactive, so that we can help mend the divisions within our nation. So have a Merry, Merry and a Happy 2017! For more info go to mommuseum.org, thetokens.com, thegreendivas.com and themanyshadesofgreen.com. Wishing everyone Peace, Love and Understanding……
#1621 Climate Monologues, Stories of Climate Change and the plight of all Irthlingz
I caught up with Sharon Abreu after a performance of her one woman show, The Climate Monologues, at the United Solo Theatre in New York City. Sharon channels the voices of people affected by climate change, and brings their stories to life via monologues and music. Check out more by visiting:
climatemonologues.com, irthlingz.com and send Sharon a tweet @SharonAbreu