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Views:83|Rating:0.00|View Time:8:33Minutes|Likes:0|Dislikes:0 On June 17, 2015, white supremacist Dylann Roof killed nine people during a Bible study at Emmanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church in Charleston, SC.
Jennifer Pinckney and her daughter Malana were two of the only three survivors of the attack. Jennifer’s husband, South Carolina Senator Clementa C. Pinckney, was killed in the attack.
In conjunction with Christian outreach group The Impact Movement, Jennifer spoke at N.C. Central University to discuss her experience and its effect on her life on Sept. 27.
Views:845|Rating:5.00|View Time:1:18:9Minutes|Likes:9|Dislikes:0 Dr. Augusto Ferraiuolo discussed his book, Religious Festive Practices in Boston’s North End, to a public audience at an event sponsored by the North End Historical Society. Ferraiulo is a native of Italy and a visiting Lecturer at Boston University, Department of Anthropology. The lecture was held on April 26, 2012 at the Sacred Heart Church Hall in North Square.
Ferraiuolo analyzed how Italian immigrants settled in the North End and established a variety of identities, reflecting their Italian regional origins and expressed through their feasts. As an anthropologist, he carried out fieldwork in the North End between 2002 and 2005, comparing the feasts in Boston to each other as well as to those in Italy.
In his lecture and discussion period, Ferraiuolo shared his conclusions about the role of the church, religious societies, cultural symbols, and what they say about Italian-American identity in the historic North End.
Views:3022|Rating:5.00|View Time:27:40Minutes|Likes:35|Dislikes:0 Is Scientology a Cult? Cult and Court Expert Rick Alan Ross from CultEducation.com provides information regarding L Ron Hubbard, Sea Org (Sea Organization) from The Church of Scientology, with notable famous (and non-famous) past and present members consisting of the likes of John Travolta, Leah Remini , Tom Cruise, and many more.
The Church of Scientology is a multinational network and hierarchy of numerous ostensibly independent but interconnected corporate entities and other organizations devoted to the practice, administration and dissemination of Scientology, a new religious movement. The Church of Scientology International (CSI) is officially the Church of Scientology’s parent organization, and is responsible for guiding local Scientology churches. At a local level, every church is a separate corporate entity set up as a licensed franchise and has its own board of directors and executives.
Cult Expert Rick Alan Ross via CultEducation.com
Rick Alan Ross is a private consultant, lecturer, and cult intervention specialist. He began his work as an anti-cult activist and community organizer in 1982.
Ross first became concerned about controversial groups and movements in response to a radical religious group that had covertly targeted his grandmother’s nursing home. Since that time he has raised awareness about cults and facilitated more than five hundred interventions to rescue people from cultic situations.
Ross is one of the leading experts on cults in the world today.
He has consulted with the FBI, the BATF, and various other law enforcement agencies, as well as the governments of Israel and China, on the subject of cults. Ross has been qualified, accepted and testified as an expert court witness in eleven different states within the United States including US Federal court. He has worked as an expert analyst for CBS News, CBC of Canada, as well as Nippon and Asahi in Japan.
Ross has lectured at more than 30 universities and colleges including the University of Chicago, Dickinson College, Carnegie Mellon, Baylor, Wuhan University of China, Assumption University of Thailand and the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia. He has also been published within peer-reviewed academic journals on the topic of cults.
Regarding his cult intervention work, Ross states that historically about 75 percent of the people that he conducts an intervention with decide to leave the group by the end of such an effort. He has done interventions across the United States and around the world. Ross did two successful interventions with the notorious Branch Davidians led by self-styled messiah David Koresh.
Ross has appeared in numerous documentaries and has been interviewed and quoted in media all over the world.
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Views:10597|Rating:4.80|View Time:49Minutes|Likes:24|Dislikes:1 Addison Agen of The Voice talks about her favorite part of being on #TeamAdam with Adam Levine. Fort Wayne’s Agen is a student at Concordia Lutheran High School.
Views:7224|Rating:4.71|View Time:2:10Minutes|Likes:32|Dislikes:2 During the field seasons of 2010-2011 the Jamestown Rediscovery team, field school students, and volunteers unearthed the structural postholes from Jamestown’s first substantial church. This is the earliest complete footprint of a Protestant church in the New World, and arguably the grandfather of all current Protestant churches in the western hemisphere. It is also the site where Pocahontas wed John Rolfe in April of 1614.
Views:666|Rating:4.67|View Time:6:1Minutes|Likes:14|Dislikes:1 Born in Wheat Ridge and raised in Aurora, Colorado, Trey Taylor found his musical talent and his love for music in church and was soon being influenced by the music of Dolly Parton, Ronnie Milsap, Merle Haggard, Tammy Wynette and Willie Nelson in addition to 100s of different artists. He spent hours listening to Classic Country Radio as a very young child. Trey was classically trained in the Banjo and now plays over 8 instruments. Trey soon fell in love with playing music especially guitar after watching his hero, Glen Campbell perform while battling severe Alzheimer’s. Trey always dreamed of becoming a recording artist and in April 2015 Trey got a job at Walmart and became funding his music career by himself at age 16.
His dreams came true when he recorded his first song “Back On My Mind Again” and released it as a single on iTunes/Spotify/Pandora/Amazon and he and his family were shocked when it sold thousands copies in it’s first month. After the success of his first single, Trey approached many producers in Nashville, Tennessee and was signed to Kent Wells Productions which has superstar clients such as Kenny Rogers, Lee Greenwood, Tanya Tucker and Vince Gill. He was signed over the phone and without an audition. In fact, Trey now shares a producer with The most SUCCESSFUL female country music singer of all time…Dolly Parton and recently finished his debut album Ocean in His Eyes. Along the way Trey has met and befriended Country Music Hall of Famers Ronnie Milsap, Kenny Rogers, The Oak Ridge Boys and has become close friends with the children of his hero, Country Legend Glen Campbell.
Trey is truly one of the great newcomers in Country music and it has become his dream to bring substance back into country radio. He also devotes his time to things that matter most to him including Alzheimer’s awareness, advocating for Veterans, riding his horse Lucy and spending time with his family. He uses his quick wit and southern charm to entertain audience from living room size to stadiums and the best part about Trey is despite his success, He is ONLY EIGHTEEN YEARS OLD!!
Views:21193|Rating:4.08|View Time:54:29Minutes|Likes:164|Dislikes:37 The VICE Podcast Show sits down this week with documentary photographer, filmmaker, and artist Tim Freccia. We discuss his past work, his experience documenting conflict, as well as his most recent project Cowboy Capitalists, which will air on Vice.com June 17th.
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Views:1025|Rating:3.67|View Time:16:42Minutes|Likes:11|Dislikes:4 Pastor Aaron Brummitt from Lighthouse Anabaptist Church in Springfield, Missouri, talks with Janet about being arrested while open-air preaching.
Views:3696|Rating:4.74|View Time:2:17Minutes|Likes:36|Dislikes:2 “Late Show” host Stephen Colbert tells “Face the Nation” about his reaction to this year’s deadly shooting at an historic black church in his hometown of Charleston, South Carolina.