Nick Coughlin from The Good Kid Project joins us for Volume 5 of Gratitude:UnFiltered ReMixed for a candid conversation about gratitude, social issues, being one with animals, loving our fellow man, life in Minneapolis, anarchist, and much more!
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When you cannot trust anything you hear, see or even think, whos promises can you take to heart?
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Vol 5 of Gratitude:UnFiltered ReMixed features the one and only Benjy Greenberg, a brilliant impressionist, actor and comedian who has been featured on countless numbers of TV shows and has been featured on Jimmy Kimmel Live. We dive into the future of the entertainment business, growing up in the biz, what it is like to be a child star and much more!
On Vol. 3 of Gratitude:UnFiltered ReMixed, Joshua discusses the search for true identity through the confusion and chaos of living with multiple identities, navigating marriage and relationships, sex, learning from setbacks or setups, and ask hard questions that may be answered before the broadcast ends.
Darla Rae is an award-winning filmmaker and CEO of Film It Productions. She is known for making films that motivate, uplift, inspire, educate, and entertain audiences while raising awareness and championing causes. Her films have covered SCI, rare brain malformations, deafness, and now breast cancer.
Human trafficking can happen to anyone but some people are more vulnerable than others. Significant risk factors include recent migration or relocation, substance use, mental health concerns, involvement with the child welfare system and being a runaway or homeless youth. Often, traffickers identify and leverage their victims’ vulnerabilities in order to create dependency.
A very candid chat with the gorgeous Lana Kerr, about the CO2Lift and CO2LiftV products, carboxy gel treatment, life, femininity, self-care and more…you don’t want to miss this!!!!
Human trafficking happens in almost every country around the world, including the United States. Traffickers represent every social, ethnic, and racial group. Various organizational types exist in trafficking, including large nationwide gangs and criminal organizations, local street and motorcycle gangs, and individuals with no affiliation with any one group or organization. Traffickers are not only men; women are also perpetrators.1 Increasingly, traffickers are using fear tactics to lure children and youth into commercial sex acts and/or compelled labor. The base of the issue is the traffickers’ goal of exploiting and enslaving victims and the coercive and deceptive practices they use to do so.