Change in the Coalfields: A Podcast by Coalfield Development
This week we have a virtual conversation with Dee Davis. Dee is a lot of things...He is the president of the Center for Rural Strategies, executive producer at Appalshop (a documentary production company that also established a media training program for Appalachian youth), a member of the Rural Advisory Committee of the Local Initiatives Support Corporation and Feral Arts of Brisbane, Australia. He is also a member of the Institute for Rural Journalism’s national advisory board, a member of the Board of Directors for the Institute for Work and the Economy, a member of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences commission on the Practice of Democratic Citizenship. As well as the former Chair of the board of directors of Mary Reynolds Babcock Foundation, and the list goes on....An author and writer for The Daily Yonder (dailyyonder.com) He's also a native Appalachian and lives in Whitesburg, Kentucky.To learn more about Dee and his work go to: dailyyonder.comhttps://www.ruralstrategies.org/We will be releasing new episodes bi-weekly, sometimes even more regularly, for the remainder of 2021! https://coalfield-development.org/
Dee Davis class of 2001, Co-founder and wellness coordinator for Noble Alkhemy. Dee is a mother, wife, international traveler, health educator, and yoga instructor living in the Bronx. With her master’s degree in health education and promotion, Dee has had several personal and professional experiences in the conventional healthcare system which inspired her to co-found Noble Alkhemy. More than knowledge, Dee equips her clients with holistic tools and strategies of practical alkhemy, ancient wisdom, and positivity to create long-lasting healing. www.noblealkhemy.com https://www.instagram.com/noble_rasta/
Noble Alkhemy with Dee Davis on Refuse to Lose show
We had a great show with Dee Davis from Noble Alkhemy. She showed us some stuff to help with mind body and soul. Listen and lock into what she has to say. Noble Rasta IG page https://instagram.com/noble_rasta?igshid=uuk0s3bdbtda web site https://www.noblealkhemy.com/noble-rasta--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
In this episode of Rural Health Leadership Radio, we’re talking about improving economic and social conditions in rural communities around the world. We’re having that conversation with Dee Davis, President of the Center for Rural Strategies. “Life is what happens when you’re not making plans.” ~Dee Davis Dee Davis is the founder and president of the Center for Rural Strategies. Dee has helped design and lead national public information campaigns on topics as diverse as commercial television programming and federal banking policy. Dee began his media career in 1973 as a trainee at Appalshop, an arts and cultural center devoted to exploring Appalachian life and social issues in Whitesburg, Kentucky. As Appalshop's executive producer, the organization created more than 50 public TV documentaries, established a media training program for Appalachian youth, and launched initiatives that use media as a strategic tool in organization and development. Dee is the chair of the National Rural Assembly steering committee; he is a member of the Rural Advisory Committee of the Local Initiatives Support Corporation, Fund for Innovative Television, and Feral Arts of Brisbane, Australia. He is also a member of the Institute for Rural Journalism’s national advisory board. He is a member of the Board of Directors for the Institute for Work and the Economy. Dee is a member of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences Commission on the Practice of Democratic Citizenship. Dee is also the former Chair of the board of directors of the Mary Reynolds Babcock Foundation.
Middle school and high school was a tough time for most of us at some point or another, but for one young black girl it became a matter of life or death. This episode revisits a very scary encounter for Dee Davis. Listen in to this story of how not to allow the stupidity of others knock you down but find that FEARLESS lion that lives inside and become what God intended.
In this episode, we continue on with our Race Conversations with an interview with Dee Dee Davis. This amazing woman recently received a Bachelor’s degree in Human Services, with the goal to work with at-risk youth in the Juvenile Justice system. She has spent a great deal of time growing in this passion through her volunteer work with homeless youth in addition to spending 30 years as a caregiver for the elderly. As a Black woman, Dee Dee has personally experienced injustice and has spent many years being a bridge builder in the hopes of serving those who also experience it.
2020 Elections (Part II) with Dee Davis, Jonathan Rodden, and Pakou Haug
In the final segment of our four-part series on rural poverty and the 2020 elections, developed in collaboration with and underwritten by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, Michelle chats with Dee Davis, founder and president of the Center for Rural Strategies; Jonathan Rodden, professor of political science at Stanford University, and author of Why Cities Lose: The Deep Roots of the Urban-Rural Political Divide; and Pakou Hang, a trainer at Vote Run Lead, about the upcoming elections. People vote on the basis of whether they think a candidate truly represent people like themselves, notes Davis. They vote more on the basis of candidates they like and whose values they support, rather than on policy issues, he adds. Hang discusses the important role of women in agriculture today, who tend to be the largest landowners, and are more interested in rural health, nutrition, and the ecosystem. Women in agriculture and in rural communities are coming together in social networks and exerting a greater influence than in the past, she explains. According to Rodden, the racial injustice movement has affected rural areas, which have become more heterogeneous, as well as urban areas. The episode concludes with insights about the importance of immigrants who are moving to rural communities for jobs (the majority of dairy farm workers are now Latino, notes Hang); whether democracy itself is in jeopardy; and the role of voting by mail in the 2020 elections. This episode is sponsored by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, www.rwjf.org
Ep. 38 - Dee Davis, Author, Former Vanderbilt Standout & All-Time Assist Leader, Former WNBA Player
The InterviewU Podcast
Join us for another amazing episode as Host Lewis Shine speaks with Former Vanderbilt Standout & All-Time Assist Leader, and Former WNBA & International Basketball Player, Dee Davis! Listen in as she takes us through her complete basketball journey, and explains what her passion for the game has her doing today!
S01 EP25 Can We Work? Featuring Dee Davis Jonelle Gonsalves
Both Sides with Dj and Hanee
Both Sides reminisce a little about their journey and how they evolved. Dj and Hanee "t off" with PGA Tiger Woods comeback win of The Masters. They give kudos to Beyoncé Homecoming Tour (Netflix). Dj gives insight on how he converted Hanee to join the "Beyhive". They also debate Beyoncé and Whitney Houston's careers. The couple gets cultured with Donald Glover's direction of Guava Island (Amazon) and Rihana's role. Both Sides is "injured" by NBA DeMarcus "Boogie" Cousins not continuing the playoffs and the effect of may have on the Warriors. Couples Therapy is joined by Dee Davis and Jonelle Gonsalves (18:36) as they share how their roles intertwine with working together, owning a business and balancing personal space. Dj and Hanee gets a lesson on how setting and working together can speed up financial goals. Both Sides shares how being personable and respectable to one another and it's importance .@jd_goalrvp @msjonelleg--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/appSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/bothsidesdjrs/support