Multi-instrumentalist Katherine Paul - also known as Black Belt Eagle Scout - brings her talents to Columbus tomorrow night. Paul grew up in a small Indian reservation and says she doesn't play music to write songs, she plays music to process feelings.
Episode 26: “Cuddle Party” (featuring Katherine Paul of Black Belt Eagle Scout)
Enjoy Your Life Podcast
In this episode, David Harris, Holly Hazelwood and Eric Mellor are joined by special guest, musician Katherine Paul from Black Belt Eagle Scout, to discuss women of color musicians who live and rock out in Portland, Oregon.Support the show
Episode 393: Black Belt Eagle Scout's Katherine Paul
On today's episode I talk to Katherine Paul of Black Belt Eagle Scout. KP grew up in a small Indian reservation, the Swinomish Indian Tribal Community. From an early age, she was singing and dancing at powwows including her family’s own powwow, called the All My Relations Powwow. In 2007, KP moved to Portland, OR, to attend college and get involved with the Rock’n’Roll Camp for Girls. Inspired by the Riot Grrrl movement, KP dove deep into the Portland music scene, playing guitar and drums in a bunch of bands while evolving her artistry into what would later be Black Belt Eagle Scout. She released a self-titled EP in 2014, and her first full-length album Mother of My Children was just released by Saddle Creek earlier this fall. This is the website for Beginnings, subscribe on Apple Podcasts, follow me on Twitter.
Mitchell interviews Assoc. Director of Organic Consumers Assoc., Katherine Paul
A Better World with Mitchell Rabin
The issues facing us due to the food industry’s overwhelming commitment to profit over the health of people has virtually contaminated our food chain. At every step of the way, from fertilizer in the soil to pesticides added to the food to mono-cropping, the system is designed for one thing: profit. The industry also has so much muscle in Washington, DC that it has re-defined the USDA legal definition of organic so that it’s not what we would call truly organic: “Put simply, if you see the “USDA Organic” or “Certified Organic” seal on your food, the item must have an ingredients list and the contents should be 95% or more certified organic, meaning free of synthetic additives like pesticides, chemical fertilizers, and dyes, and must not be processed using industrial solvents, …Sep 10, 2012″Mitchell’s guest this evening is Associate Director of the Organic Consumers Association, Katherine Paul. Katherine joined the Organic Consumers Association in 2012. As associate director, she oversees communications and fundraising, and is co-editor of the organization’s weekly online.Today you will learn about the latest of what’s going on in the challenge we have in protecting the health and safety of our food from corporations who seek to control the supply and define for us, with the usually full cooperation of our USDA and FDA.A Better World provides real organic food, superfoods. Go to: www.mypuriumgift.com and use the discount code: abetterworld for $50 off order (of over $75).