Political Asylum or Concentration Camps?

Jay J. Johnson, the Border Ambassador, shares the unimaginable truth that the U. S. is in the concentration camp business.

Feminine Leadership, The Power to Change the World

Kathe Schaff, of Gather the Women.org, shares her experiences of feminine leadership and the power of a woman’s authentic voice.

Walking in My Sister’s Shoes

Karambu Ringera, born in Kenya, shares her country’s war ravished, poverished situations and how women are facing and changing their communities.

Prepare to Survive

The subject of Dr. Verona Fontes’ conversation is how each individual can prepare to assure physical and emotional stability to survive through crisis.

Leaders Speak Truth

Lisa Marshall shares how mature leaders use stories to inspire as they speak truth and point to hope.

Your Environment, Your Disease

Dr. Hanshew explains that heavy metals and chemical toxins play a major role in many of our diseases such as autism, ADD, ADHD, Fibermylogia, cancer, MS, and weight gain.

Be Gentle With Yourself

When does swimming in rhythm to your breath become singing in rhythm to your heart? Karen Drucker shares how it happened for her.

If I Were Brave

Traveling internationally to sing and share in ways that inspire is Jana Stanfield’s journey of the heart.

Sacred Feminine, The Vessels of Peace

Lynda Terry speaks of the Sacred Feminine that is needed to shift the consciousness of humanity.

A Political Campaign: From the Grassroots Up

Diane Benson decided to run for the U. S. House seat in Alaska when seeing her son’s strength after losing his legs in the Iraqi war.