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The Loving Podcast

In an effort to build connection and unify, Genna Chanelle Hayes shares the voices of our earth angels - each deeply committed to healing our world.

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Bonus Episode : Friendship and Womanhood (Victoria Hinde)

West End theatre performer Victoria Hinde joins Genna Chanelle Hayes on The Loving Podcast to talk about her successful career in the arts, along with topics  of womanhood, feminism and equality, free liberated loving and the importance of friendships. •Victoria Hinde is a triple threat (dancer, actor and singer) and has starred in endless musical productions on London’s West End.  Along with being one of the best in the business, she is also a passionate advocate for women and the gay community.•She has  aligned with Share The Dignity for this episode, to help ensure the dignity of women in need is upheld across Australia.  To donate, please head to TheLovingPodcast.com and click on Victoria. ••Host Instagram : @victoriahindeNon Profit Instagram: @sharethedignityNon profit Website: sharethedignity.orgHost Instagram: @gennachanelleBooks:  Untamed (Glennon Doyle), Period Power (Maisy Hill)

43mins

27 Jul 2021

Rank #1

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Episode 11: Return to Community (Uncle Shane Phillips)

Genna Chanelle Hayes speaks to legendary Redfern leader, Uncle Shane Phillips of Tribal Warriors Aboriginal Corp. Together they discuss Australian settler history, Redfern’s evolution, religion, the police, overcoming addiction and Uncle Shane’s inspiring work returning power to Indigenous Australians through reconnection to culture and community. ••Shane Phillips was born and raised on "The Block" in Redfern and is an outstanding community leader and respected spokesperson for Aboriginal Australians. He has cultural connections to the Bunjalung, Wonnarua, and Eora peoples. Shane is passionate about the importance of empowering Aboriginal people and is a dedicated contributor to a range of community organisations. In 2020, he was appointed the Indigenous Liaison Officer for the Royal Australian Air Force. He is also the CEO of Tribal Warriors, where he co-created of The Clean Slate Without Prejudice Program- which focused on building a relationship between the Redfern police and indigenous community, and resulted in empowering indigenous youth and reducing the crime rate in Redfern by 80 percent.•Guest non-profit -Tribal Warriors, RedfernGuest Instagram - @tribalwarriorsaboriginalcorpHost Instagram - @gennachanelle @thelovingpodcastTo make a donation to Tribal Warriors, please head to thelovingpodcast.com and click on Uncle Shane.•Image by @sarahfountainphotography @innkeeperstudios @onelovefilmsbondi 

50mins

20 Jul 2021

Rank #2

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Episode 10: Empowering Women (Katie Young)

 Katie Young from the Women and Girl’s Emergency Centre, Redfern talks with Genna Chanelle Hayes about how we can empower WOMEN, and ensure that all women across the globe are free to live healthy independent lives with personal financial security in addition to equal access to resources and opportunity.••Katie Young is Director of Clinical Governance at Women's and Girls' Emergency Centre (WAGEC). Katie has committed her life's work to social justice and social change to support women and children to build safe futures through recovery and healing from trauma. Katie and her WAGEC colleagues work from the belief that we can all be part of ending gender-based violence in a generation. •Guest Non-profit Instagram:  @womens.girls.emergency.centreTo donate, please go to thelovingpodcast.com, and click on Katie. 

47mins

13 Jul 2021

Rank #3

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Episode 9: Indigenous Governance (Linda Burney)

In episode 9,  the Honorable Linda Jean Burney speaks to Genna Chanelle Hayes about her rise to becoming one of Australia’s most powerful indigenous politician’s.  They also discuss Australia’s domestic violence epidemic, Aboriginal & Torres Straight Islander human rights abuses as well as the importance of the Uluru Statement from the Heart and First Nations recognition within our Constitution. •Linda is a Wiradjuri woman, and was the first Aboriginal person to be elected to the New South Wales Parliament as Deputy Leader of the Opposition. In 2016 she also became the first Aboriginal woman to serve in the House of Representatives.•Guest Instagram: @lindaburneympGuest non-profit: Illawarra Women’s Health CentreGuest website: https://www.lindaburney.com.au/contact•Host Instagram: @gennachanelle•To donate to the Illawarra Women’s Health Center, please head to the thelovingpodcast.com

34mins

6 Jul 2021

Rank #4

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Episode 8: No White Saviors (Tara Winkler)

This episode Genna Chanelle Hayes talks to the inspirational Tara Winkler, and they discuss the groundbreaking work Tara has accomplished alongside Cambodians as they deconstruct colonial systems, and return power to the people through building sustainable systems that ensure an independent, thriving future for local communities free from Western interference.  Other topics discuss include White Saviourism, how to move with acute awareness when navigating healing spaces, and the depths of unlearning required in order rebuild institutions that cater to all peoples.-Guest BiographyTara Winkler is the co-founder of Cambodian Children's Trust (CCT), which she established in 2007 with Pon Jedtha to help 14 children escape an abusive orphanage. Over the last 14 years, she has led CCT through a number of significant organisational changes, including the transition from orphanage to a family welfare model, called the Village Hive. Today, CCT is a grassroots, community-led organisation that is focused on shifting power to local communities to achieve sustainable, systemic change. Winkler testified at the Australian Parliamentary Inquiry into Modern Slavery to shine a light on the orphanage industry, fuelled by white saviourism.  Tara is now focused on furthering a movement to decolonise international development. To donate to CCT, please head to thelovingpodcast.com, and click on Tara.Guest Instagram handle: @tara winklerNon-Profit Instagram handle: @cctcambodiaNon Profit Website:  cambodianchildrenstrust.orgGuest Book:  How (Not) To Start An OrphanageHost Instagram handle:  @gennachanelle

48mins

29 Jun 2021

Rank #5

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Episode 7: The Divine Masculine (Nic Tovey)

Nic Tovey is a Psychotherapist, coach, teacher and author and has been supporting men, women, couples and young people for the last 12 years.After humble beginnings growing up in the north of England Nic joined the Royal Navy at 16 in search of adventure and this thing called “manhood”. He then left the military 5 years later to travel the world and pursue adventure on his own terms. Soon after this he experienced a life threatening violent assault and subsequent experience with PTSD and severe depression. This tumultuous time then inspired Nic to embark on a journey of self healing, which eventually took him to do the work he does now. Nic has been especially passionate about supporting men and boys to challenge the old, outdated and often harmful ideas of what it means to “be a man”. He encourages men and boys to discover their authentic expression of manhood free from shame and pretence, and this is the core theme of his new book The (R)Evolutionary Man. •This is another not-to-be-missed episode of @thelovingpodcast with Genna Chanelle Hayes in support of @topblokesfoundation ✨•Image by @sarahfountainphotography @onelovefilmsbondi @innkeeperstudios  •• 

37mins

22 Jun 2021

Rank #6

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Episode 6: Black Woman, White Woman (Tariro Mavondo) - Part 2

Tariro Mavondo was born in Zimbabwe and raised in Melbourne's suburb of Frankston.  She is a Director and CEO at Western Edge Youth Arts in Melbourne,  where she endeavours to provide a space for a thriving generation of artists and cultural leaders who mirror an evolving Australia, are shifting the paradigm and leading a cultural revolution. Tariro is also a writer, dancer, actor and an award-winning spoken-word poet.Guest Instagram:  @tariro.mavondoGuest Non-Profit:  Western Edge Youth Arts (WEYA)Guest Website: https://westernedge.org.auHost Instagram:  @gennachanelle  @onelovefillmsbondiWatch Sisters (the series starring Tariro Mavondo) here:  youtube.com/gennachanelleYou can purchase Tariro's debut album (in collaboration with the Australian Art Orchestra) Closed Beginnings here:  https://australianartorchestra.bandcamp.com/album/closed-beginnings?fbclid=IwAR3D6SkrjpqEo2wDuq_qiwhQih0Tu0FywfyMj76IAvOrmV83uH9w6iB7za4

44mins

16 Jun 2021

Rank #7

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Episode 6 : Black Woman, White Woman (Tariro Mavondo)

Tariro Mavondo was born in Zimbabwe and raised in Melbourne's suburb of Frankston.  She is a Director and CEO at Western Edge Youth Arts in Melbourne,  where she endeavours to provide a space for a thriving generation of artists and cultural leaders who mirror an evolving Australia, are shifting the paradigm and leading a cultural revolution. Tariro is also a writer, dancer, actor and an award-winning spoken-word poet.Guest Instagram:  @tariro.mavondoGuest Non-Profit:  Western Edge Youth Arts (WEYA)Guest Website: https://westernedge.org.auHost Instagram:  @gennachanelle  @onelovefillmsbondiWatch Sisters (the series starring Tariro Mavondo) here:  youtube.com/gennachanelleYou can purchase Tariro's debut album (in collaboration with the Australian Art Orchestra) Closed Beginnings here:  https://australianartorchestra.bandcamp.com/album/closed-beginnings?fbclid=IwAR3D6SkrjpqEo2wDuq_qiwhQih0Tu0FywfyMj76IAvOrmV83uH9w6iB7za4

45mins

15 Jun 2021

Rank #8

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Episode 5: Water is Life (Uncle Bruce Shillingsworth)

Uncle Bruce Shillingsworth is a Muruwari and Budjiti man, a talented artist and water activist for our riversystems. His country is the north-west NSW river lands that hug the Namoi, Barwon, Darling Rivers; Brewarrina, Bourke, Enngonia, Wilcannia and Walgett. Bruce’s family are painters, dancers and rainmakers. Annually, Bruce brings together communities along the river in a Corroboree to unite all Australians in order to solve this unprecedented river crisis.Guest Insta handle: @bruceshillingsworthGuest Non Profit:  Save Our RiversGuest website: https://mundagutta.com/Host Insta handle: @gennachanellehttps://thelovingpodcast.com/Cover art by Sarah Fountain.

34mins

1 Jun 2021

Rank #9

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Episode 4: Detention Centre Truths (Alison Battisson)

Alison Battisson is the founder of Human Rights for All (hr4a), an Australian pro-bono human rights law firm, dedicated to assisting asylum seekers, refugees and the stateless in their fight for freedom and liberty.She is one of Australia's top immigration lawyers, and in 2020 she managed to have the law changed for people in detention using an ancient writ of habeas corpus. This legal change will impact thousands of people. She is also a lecturer and panelist, who can speak authoritatively on a wide range of issues related to arbitrary detention, stateless persons, and the ongoing punitive policies towards such people.Guest Instagram:  @humanrights4aHost Instagram:  @gennachanelle  @thelovingpodcastEpisode non-profit:  Human Rights for AllNon Profit Instagram:  @humanrights4aNon Profit Website:  www.hr4a.com.auPodcast Website:  thelovingpodcast.comAustralian Immigrationhttps://www.aph.gov.au/about_parliament/parliamentary_departments/parliamentary_library/pubs/bn/2012-2013/detentionhttps://www.homeaffairs.gov.au/research-and-statistics/statistics/visa-statistics/live/immigration-detentionhttps://humanrights.gov.au/our-work/6-australias-immigration-detention-policy-and-practicehttps://www.refugeecouncil.org.au/detention-australia-statistics/https://www.globaldetentionproject.org/countries/asia-pacific/australiahttps://www.refugeecouncil.org.au/offshore-processing/https://www.amnesty.org.au/campaigns/offshore-detention-refugees/Immigration Newshttps://www.theguardian.com/australia-news/commentisfree/2021/may/16/indefinite-detention-of-refugees-is-unlawful-under-international-law-but-australia-has-quietly-made-it-legalhttps://www.hrlc.org.au/news/2020/7/16/seven-years-of-suffering-time-to-end-offshore-detentionhttps://www.opendemocracy.net/en/beyond-trafficking-and-slavery/the-torture-of-australias-offshore-immigration-detention-system/

1hr 1min

25 May 2021

Rank #10