adewale / collective

There are thirteen people in adewale’s collective.

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  1. Training on the UN Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues

    Training on the UN Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues Organized by the UN Voluntary Fund for Indigenous Peoples, Project Access Indigenous Partnership, International Indian Treaty Council, Nia Tero, UNDP, Indigenous Peoples Rights International, UN Development Fund, the Equator Initiaitve and Cultural Survival.

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  2. 74 Do You Trust that Justice is Just? with Nathan Matias, Tracey Meares, and Tom Tyler (Trust episode 4) - Initiative for Digital Public Infrastructure

    Trusting justice means making it feel meaningful—people have to trust that justice systems are themselves just. To conclude our miniseries on Trust, we talk to Nathan Matias about how exactly people lost trust in Elon Musks’ Twitter, and revisit our recent interview with Tracey Meares and Tom Tyler about how procedural justice can convince can… Continue reading 74 Do You Trust that Justice is Just? with Nathan Matias, Tracey Meares, and Tom Tyler (Trust episode 4)

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  3. BBC Radio 4 - Desert Island Discs, Tom Hanks

    Kirsty Young's castaway is Tom Hanks.

    From 'Big' to 'Sleepless in Seattle', 'Captain Phillips' to 'Apollo 13', his long and distinguished film-making career has brought him multiple awards and many plaudits. He's the recipient of eight Emmys, one Bafta and four Golden Globes and was the youngest ever actor to be given a lifetime achievement award by the American Film institute. The voice of Woody in the 'Toy Story' films, he won the first of his two Oscars in 1993 for Philadelphia and again the following year for Forrest Gump.

    His parents split up when he was 5 and he went to live with his father. By the age of 10 he'd lived in ten different houses in five different cities. He loved school and developed a passion for history which is reflected in the film he made with Steven Spielberg, 'Saving Private Ryan' and the TV mini-series 'Band of Brothers' and 'The Pacific' which he also produced.

    His latest film is 'Hologram for The King'.

    He is married to the actor & producer, Rita Wilson.

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  4. Tattoos, Tarot, and Innovation with Jamie Sawyer

    Tattoo artist Jamie Sawyer never intended to become a tarot artist. She has become not only a beloved deck creator in our community, she is also an innovator of new tools and traditions.

    Jamie’s story is delightful and inspiring. She will make you want a new tarot deck, and maybe even a tattoo.


    Jamie Sawyer is an artist, indie deck creator, and designer of innovative divination tools. She brings her imaginative process to the table when exploring card systems. Merging creativity with cartomancy has helped to unlock a unique style of layered readings using Tarot, Lenormand, Oracle, Charms, Crystals and sometimes Runes. If you’re looking to get playful with your practice, you’re in the right place—Creative Divination starts here!

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    Hosted by Christiana Gaudet

    Artwork and video production by Ciro Marchetti

    Podcast production and social media by Amie Mouser

    Video editing by Isaac Mouser

    #JamieSawyer #StaarCon #Tarot

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  5. Archetypes, Myth, and Truth with Mary K. Greer | StaarCast

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    Mary K. Greer is an independent scholar, tarot author, and lifelong tarotist. While many tarot books add to modern collective tarot knowledge and practice, the work of Mary K. Greer set the stage for what modern tarot would become.

    In this episode of StaarCast, Christiana asks Mary about how her tarot journey began, and about the historical origins of tarot.

    They also discuss Mary’s love of the K-Pop group BTS, and the tarot archetypes to be found within their music.


    Mary K. Greer – Independent Scholar, Writer, Teacher, Professional Tarot Consultant

    Mary K. Greer has been studying and reading Tarot for the past 50 years. She is the author of eleven books on tarot and on magic. She was first to write about reading Tarot for oneself.

    Mary pioneered what she called the R.I.T.E. method: “Readings that are Interactive, Transformational and Empowering.” Featured at most Tarot conferences in the U.S. and abroad, Mary travels the world teaching Tarot and Lenormand cartomancy.

    In 2007, Mary received the International Tarot Lifetime Achievement Award from the Association for Tarot Studies and is a research partner in Le Tarot Associazione Culturale (Italy). She also received the 2006 Mercury…

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  6. Are We Having Fun Yet? | Cory Doctorow’s

    This week on my podcast, I read the first three installments in my ongoing Medium series on “amusement parks, crowd control, and load-balancing,” on what we can learn about aggregate demand management and scarcity from the history of queues at Disney theme parks.

    Part I: Are We Having Fun Yet?

    Part II: Boredom and its discontents

    Part III: Now you’ve got two problems




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