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Kathy Kelly Podcasts

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23 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Kathy Kelly. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Kathy Kelly, often where they are interviewed.

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23 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Kathy Kelly. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Kathy Kelly, often where they are interviewed.

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Ep 96 - Strategy - Organizing and Violence with Kathy Kelly

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Episode 96 of RevolutionZ has for its guest Kathy Kelly. She answers questions about her organizing experiences, and about U.S. foreign policy effects and causes, and then we discuss issues of movement violence and non violence in our very troubled times.

Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/revolutionZ)

Oct 25 2020 · 47mins
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"Anne Ally"(w/ Kathy Kelly)

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OK OK OK we have our first official ally on the podcast this week! We had such a lovely conversation with this absolute ICON! Please enjoy this very very special episode!!!

Sep 25 2020 · 1hr 13mins

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Kathy Kelly on Afghanistan, Black Lives Matter, and Antiwar Activism

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Kathy Kelly, co-coordinates Voices for Creative Nonviolence, (www.vcnv.org) a campaign to end U.S. military and economic warfare. During each of several recent trips to Afghanistan, Kathy Kelly, as an invited guest of the Afghan Peace Volunteers, has lived alongside ordinary Afghan people in a working class neighborhood in Kabul. She and her companions in Voices for Creative Nonviolence believe that “where you stand determines what you see.” They are resolved not to let war sever the bonds of friendship between them and Afghan people whom they’ve grown to know through successive delegations. Kelly and her companions insist that the U.S. is not waging a 'humanitarian war' in Afghanistan. Kelly has also joined with activists in various regions of the country to protest drone warfare by holding demonstrations outside of U.S. military bases in Nevada, upstate New York, Iowa, Missouri, Michigan, and Wisconsin. During late June and early July of 2011, Kelly was a passenger on the 'Audacity to Hope' as part of the US Boat to Gaza project. She also attempted to reach Gaza by flying from Athens to Tel Aviv, as part of the Welcome to Palestine effort, but the Israeli government deported her back to Greece. In 2009, she lived in Gaza during the final days of the Operation Cast Lead bombing; later that year, Voices formed another small delegation to visit Pakistan, aiming to learn more about the effects of U.S. drone warfare on the civilian population and to better understand consequences of U.S. foreign policy in Pakistan. She returned again to Gaza in November 2012 to meet with the survivors of Israel’s Operation Pillar of Defense and to hear their stories. From 1996 – 2003, Voices activists formed 70 delegations that openly defied economic sanctions by bringing medicines to children and families in Iraq. Kathy and her companions lived in Baghdad throughout the 2003 “Shock and Awe” bombing. She was sentenced to one year in federal prison for planting corn on nuclear missile silo sites (1988-89) and spent three months in prison, in 2004, for crossing the line at Fort Benning’s military training school. As a war tax refuser, she has refused payment of all forms of federal income tax since 1980. She and her companions at the Voices home/office in Chicago believe that non-violence necessarily involves simplicity, service, sharing of resources and non-violent direct action in resistance to war and oppression.    Become a Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/PARCMEDIA Follow Us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/Vince_Emanuele
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#PARCMedia is a news and media project founded by two USMC veterans, Sergio Kochergin & Vince Emanuele. They give a working-class take on issues surrounding politics, ecology, community organizing, war, culture, and philosophy.
Aug 05 2020 · 56mins
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Kathy Kelly - Supporting Caregivers During COVID-19

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These podcasts, excerpted from a July 2020 webinar, discuss strategies for supporting caregivers of older adults during times of stress and isolation. In April 2020, Resources for Integrated Care held a highly attended webinar on this topic. Due to the continued interest in this area, RIC invites you to listen to the follow-up panel discussion offering additional information in response to audience questions. Topics discussed by the panel include strategies for supporting caregivers of older adults with depression; assisting caregivers who live apart from their loved ones, including those in rural areas; addressing caregiver grief; and strategies for engaging caregivers virtually.
Jul 16 2020 · 6mins

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Kathy Kelly from Voices for Creative Nonviolence

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Two time Nobel Peace Prize nominee, Kathy Kelly joins us to talk about Afghanistan, Iraq, Gaza, and more on this Anything Goes edition of Joe Public Speaking.

Music: "Here Comes the Shutdown"; Kevin Healey (khealey.bandcamp.com)

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Jun 05 2020 · 1hr 10mins
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Kathy Kelly - Supporting Family and Friend Caregivers

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This podcast offers offer strategies for supporting caregivers and their loved ones, up-to-date information on facilitating access to health and social supports from which caregivers might benefit, and practical tips for addressing the specific needs of caregivers experiencing social isolation and stress-related conditions. Speakers also include strategies that are relevant in virtual settings. By the end of this webinar, participants should be able to:
Apr 30 2020 · 13mins
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Episode 19: Kathy Kelly

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Amy & Ed talk with Kathy Kelly, owner/operator of the Paranormal Museum and founder of Asbury Park Dinner Table while social distancing from their respective homes with the help of Ming Chen from A Shared Universe PodcaStudio. Hear Kathy discuss all things paranormal and her love for Asbury Park, the impetus for her brilliant idea for helping keep her community afloat through the pandemic, and her hopes for the future. Joe had to skip this one because of a family issue, & we send him tons of love. Donate to Asbury Park Dinner Table here.

Apr 07 2020 · 1hr 3mins
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Cowboys on the Commons #17 -- Pandemic Imperialism: U.S. starves Iran & Bombs Iraq during Covid-19 crises (featuring Kathy Kelly)

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We discuss U.S. bombings of Iraq and talk with Kathy Kelly of Voices for Creative Nonviolence about stepped-up sanctions in Iran and their devastating effects on a country besieged by Covid-19. Also: Matt's notes from Chapters 1 & 2 of No Shortcuts by Jane McAlevey.

Read Kathy Kelly's piece on Iran sanctions here.

Mar 30 2020 · 37mins
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Episode 83 - Kathy Kelly, Paranormal Books, Curiosities, & Museum, Krampus Asbury Park Festival

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Kathy Kelly is a true student of the paranormal. From her first play written at age 8 called, “Monsters” to her most recent trip to investigate the Queen Mary, Kathy eats, sleeps, and loves the paranormal. A steadfast supporter of story telling and community building, Kathy believes that in every story there is a kernel of truth and sometimes a whole lot more than that.

Kathy opened Paranormal Book & Curiosities in 2008 and The Paranormal Museum soon after to share her love of the strange and unusual with others. A gifted storyteller, Kathy has a Master's degree in history and finds that the two go hand in hand. Her lectures are intriguing and entertaining as well as illuminating and unique. Kathy's knowledge of history and all that is paranormal are only surpassed by her friendly and humorous personality.

Kathy also produces the Krampus Asbury Park festival, which December 6-8 this year and includes tons of events from a film festival, ginger bread house contest, poster contest, costumes, and so much more!

Check out this episode for a preview of what a total delight Kathy is to talk with...especially for someone that operates her business above a portal to hell! Kathy also shares a taste of some local paranormal activity from a cool pooch to a sailor that wanders the boardwalk!

Learn lots more about the paranormal at: www.paranormalbooksnj.com and get all the Krampus info at
www.krampusap.com. Also be sure to follow @theparanormalmuseum & krampusap !
Nov 19 2019 · 32mins
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Henri Nouwen, Now & Then | Kathy Kelly, Voices For Peace 2019

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Introduced by both Karen Pascal, Executive Director of the Henri Nouwen Society, and Paul Pynkoski, from Church of the Redeemer, in this podcast we get to hear from Kathy Kelly, one of the keynote speakers from this year's annual Voices for Peace conference.

Voices for Peace | Annual Conference on Peacemaking
April 27, 2019 | Toronto, Canada
Featuring: Kathy Kelly

Jul 14 2019 · 1hr 4mins