In this episode of Women of Youtube, I talk with Catherine Perry about how her channel has evolved over 8 years, dabbling here and there, until she rebranded in 2020 and directed her mission towards small businesses. She combines passion and calling teaching others to understand the power of video! Join our Facebook Group: http://t.ly/Nl9T Get Tubebuddy to blow up your channel at http://t.ly/4hfQ Follow Catherine Perry at: http://t.ly/3UB5 Follow Desiree at http://t.ly/GbY4
43: Video Queen Catherine Perry + Life Behind the Lens.
Determined, motivated, and creative are three words Catherine Perry uses to describe herself. Originating from Northern Ireland, and now living in Canada, this Video Queen gives us the behind the lens interview of how she does everything from editing, video work, mamahood, wifehood and... podcast life. Join me as we interview Catherine Perry + get some insider tips into the video/film world. Xx Deana For more information on how to contact Catherine Perry: FB: www.facebook.com/CatherinePerryFilmmaker Instagram: Instagram.com/catherineperry.co Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCUZIjB2C-LmfHgpDa5i0fEA/featured --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/4Point0ingLife/message
Catherine Perry, Fostering Brave Conversations on Race
Catherine Perry from Inward Bound Center for Nonprofit Leadership joins us to talk about how to have conversations on race and healing the racial divide in America. Her workshop, “Racism in America: What is mine to do?” How to break down barriers and start conversations in faith communities, at work and with neighbors and friends Being brave and using humor to engage and make an impact in your community Setting the tone for risky conversations with and edge Race relations in faith-based communities Reconciliation vs. Forgiveness Recommended reading: White Fragility by Robin DiAngelo For more info about Catherine’s workshop or to contact Inward Bound, email Info@nwardboundcenter.org Support Inclusion Catalyst by donating to their Tip Jar: https://tips.pinecast.com/jar/inclusion-catalyst
Episode 73: Modernist poetry with Emma Catherine Perry
For our 1930s episode, situated as it is between Mrs. Dalloway in the 1920s and Under the Volcano in the 40s, we decided to linger in the shadow of Modernism awhile longer. But rather than read an emblematic novel from the decade, we wanted instead to think about Modernism's impact on poetry. Where did it come from, in what ways did it break with traditional poetic forms, and to what extent can its effects still be felt on poetry today? We were lucky to be joined by the poet and academic Emma Catherine Perry, who previously came on the podcast to discuss Claudia Rankine's Citizen, and who graciously acted as our guide through this dense thicket. Some of the poems that come up in the course of this conversation include: Tender Buttons by Gertrude Stein The Cantos of Ezra Pound The Waste Land by T.S. Eliot The Book of the Dead by Muriel Rukeyser Paterson by William Carlos Williams On Being Numerous by George Poppen It was a fascinating and illuminating experience, and we are immensely grateful to Emma for the opportunity to talk about these poems in depth. Next up: the return in a few weeks of the NBA regular season and Malcolm Lowry's Under the Volcano.
Fan's Notes Episode 25: Claudia Rankine's Citizen with Emma Catherine Perry
We're happy to welcome to the pod the poet Emma Catherine Perry, who was kind enough to help us talk through Claudia Rankine's most recent wonderful, challenging work of poetry, as well as situate it within the contemporary world of poetry. We couldn't resist asking Emma, a current denizen of Oakland, what the vibe is like as the Golden State Warriors prepare for their third trip to the Finals in as many years, so stick around for that. Join us next week for a return visit from Lynwood Robinson and a discussion of Lorrie Moore's short story "You're Ugly, Too."
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