Global Peace Media
EARTHNOW Podcast Series
What action can you take to make a better world wherever you are?
We invite all of you to join us by sending us your vision for a better world.
We have an unprecedented choice at this moment in time to either go back to failed ways of the past that did not advance most of humanity forward in either social or spiritual evolution….
to move forward into more Enlightened Ways of living that works for all of humanity.
“EarthNow” is a collaborative Podcast series that asks the question…
WHAT KIND OF WORLD DO YOU WANT TO LIVE IN ?
This series will feature people exploring more creative, cutting-edge ways, ideas, inventions, etc. that can help us build a better future for all.
We invite you to create a better world with us!
EARTHNOW…Take Action to Create a Better World!
GLOBAL PEACE RHYTHMS
is a project that wishes to promote peace, unity, and understanding among all people on Earth. Music is the universal language of mankind and has always had the power of bringing people together across cultures and countries.
We will feature music and artists from all over the planet who are using their talents for positive social change and are inspiring other people to create a better world wherever they are.
Among our activities will be the production of a globally distributed video series interviewing artists from many different countries highlighting both their music and the world issues important to the artists. This series is meant to be both entertaining and informative.
Global Peace Rhythms invites everyone to join our efforts in creating goodwill and harmony among all people. Your participation as an artist, volunteer or contributor is very much appreciated.
SOMETHING IN THE AIR
Something in the Air: A Rock Radio Revolution, is a wild and colorful sonic tale of how Donahue created America’s ﬁrst commercially successful underground rock ‘n roll radio station. His invention used the brand new stereo FM technology to present a mix of rock, jazz, R&B, folk, and classical, to immediately attract a community of the Bay Area’s hippest.
By 1968, KMPX (and its sister station, KPPC in Pasadena), had the best live rock events, produced their own hilariously creative ads while receiving complete support from the best bands who loved and appreciated that KMPX played their San Francisco Sound when AM stations would never risk it.
But bitter relations between KMPX’s owners and its free-form, free-spirited workers led to America’s first “hippie strike” when the young staﬀ walked out at midnight Monday, March 18, 1968.
Tom began looking for another station and soon he and the loyal staﬀ he had assembled, found their new home on KSAN FM, May 21st, 1968.
OSTURA’S NEW ALBUM (Grantee)
We are storytellers, and the past few years have given us all the reasons in the world to tell our stories. The road got tough to walk on, but with it, our ambition grew bigger.
So how do we stay afloat when the ground beneath us collapses?
We are creating a new experience that goes beyond music and lyrics. We invite you into our unique cinematic musical world, with a fresh approach to songwriting, unlike anything that exists today. Our story is that of war. Not of guns, nor politics, it’s not a critique on war. We all know everything we need to know about war, or do we?
Each of us is fighting a personal war, and some of us are unlucky enough to have war knock on our roof. One thing has been constant in our history and it’s War!
9 songs will tell 9 stories of war, and the toll it takes on our human relations.
is a not-for profit arts organization, incorporated in 2023 in the State Nof Delaware, operating out of New Jersey. The organization is governed by a Board of Directors and managed by a small administrative team. Négritude was founded by Angela Watson, a New Jersey-based actor, singer, director, composer and author. Watson envisioned a creative arts response to trends of systematic racial discrimination endured by people of African heritage, both historically and in modern-day United States. Drawing from traditions of the Ashanti people of Ghana, Watson chose the Adinkra sign ‘Fahwodie’ as the brand image for Négritude, to symbolize independence, freedom, and emancipation.
Négritude uses the creative arts to combat the impact of structural, institutional, and cultural discrimination on people of African descent, especially where racial trauma negatively influences the psychological, emotional, material, and spiritual profiles of these people.
Négritude creates, performs, commissions, exhibits, and records artistic works that challenge negative biases and assert positive notions about blackness and people of African descent.
CULTURE AT RISK
The Near Extinction of the Performing Arts
A Global Rhythms Series
THE ARTS HAVE ALWAYS BEEN THE SOUL OF A CULTURE….
WHEN ART DIES…THE CULTURE DIES…
Past history will teach us that…and, in times of great Turmoil and Crisis..it is often the artists and musicians that inspire the people to have hope. The last so-called plague on the Planet was during the 16th century.. and was called the Black Plague…..remember what happened after that to turn society around?. the RENAISSANCE happened ..it was the artists, musicians and creative people of all kinds that that inspired the people to find new ways of living and thinking on the Planet….
LIFE IN THE BALANCE
The Alarming Spike of Suicide in Young People
GLOBAL PEACE MEDIA is committed to bringing international awareness and attention to this alarming spike in Youth suicide as a result of the Pandemic.
Global Peace Media will produce a Documentary to highlight this problem and a follow up Video series for major distribution featuring leading experts in the field to offer help and solutions to young people who are feeling so hopeless that they are seriously thinking of killing themselves because they see no future ahead as a result of this Pandemic. This Video series will also offer a platform to young people so that they can express their feelings and have the opportunity to talk to experts who can provide effective ways to guide these young people into more positive ways of thinking and living in this Lockdown time.
LIFE IN THE BALANCE
Spike in Suicides among Native Youth
This is a proposed Episode or two of the ‘Life in the Balance’ Series.
WHY ARE NATIVE YOUTH KILLING THEMSELVES AT A 25% GREATER RATE THAN IN ANY
OTHER YOUTH GROUP?
The real Pandemic of “Kid Suicide:” has escalated to alarming proportions during the last two years and has created a state of emergency in many tribal communities where young people are feeling more and more isolated, depressed and totally hopeless for having any kind of positive future for themselves.
Global Peace Media is committed to bringing awareness to this issue that never get s any coverage in mainstream media. We will produce an on-going video series where youth can come together and speak about their problems..we will also feature mental health experts within their own communities that can help these young people by providing whatever counseling they, or their parents, need to resolve their problems.