Celebrate the International Day of Peace on NOWTIME Radio, Peace Talks on September
We begin with a 1 minute peace meditation followed by messages from our broadcast family
around the world.September 21, 2014 at 12noon Eastern Time, 11am Central Time and 9am Pacific Time - join Audri Scott Williams and Special
Guests on a show dedicated to and celebrating the UN International Day of Peace on Peace Talks on NOWTIME Radio. To join the
call during Peace Talks on NOWTIME Radio Call 424-243-9656. You may also Live Stream or listen to the podcast at any time
INTERNATIONAL DAY OF PEACE: Each year the International Day of Peace is observed around the world on 21 September.
The U. N. General Assembly has declared this as a day devoted to strengthening the ideals of peace around the
world. The theme of this year’s International Day of Peace is the “Right of Peoples to Peace”.
Global Indigenous Wisdom Keepers Gathered:
From June 30 through July 3, 2014, URI’s Global Indigenous Initiative
(GII) Gathering, Hidden Seeds of Natural Healing
& Curing, (Hidden Seeds) brought together global Indigenous wisdom keepers from six continents,
recognizing that in the Indigenous way of being, everything begins with relationship: relationship
with self, each other, Mother Earth and the Cosmos. Therefore, Hidden Seeds facilitated a shared experience of ceremony and ral to ground the energy and
provide a center for a deeper level of “listening”. Out of this sacred space, the Circle
of Wisdom Keepers addressed “indigenous” from a global perspective, to identify
practical issues and concerns based on history and culture, and to build on the strengths of each
other, the first step in creating a plan of action for the future of the URI Global Indigenous
Click on this link to view the dynamic Hidden Seeds Report: http://www.uri.org/files/resource_files/URI_GII_FINAL_REPORT_2014.pdf
Link to NOWTIME Radio: Indigenous
Indigenous Voices, with host Audri Scott Williams, airs every other Friday beginning at 12noon Eastern Time. Call
In # 424-243-9656 or Live Stream or listen to the podcast at any time at: http://www.blogtalkradio.com/nowtimeradio
My guest last week is Yacine Badian Kouyaté of Mali, West Africa, was born into the sacred lineage
of the Bambara Jali, the genealogists and epic poets of the Malian society. He holds a Ph.D. in Molecular Biology from the University of California at Davis, and a Master of
Science in Genetics from Moscow State University in Russia. He has conducted and published scientific research in academia
and the biotechnology industry in the areas of plant virus interaction, genetics and immunodiagnostics including a patented
method and device for HIV analysis and research. A student of cultural history Dr. Kouyate stewards the wisdom and traditions
of thousands of years of the Bambara and Dogon peoples. As a consultant for the Timbuktu Educational Foundation, Dr.
Kouyate participated in the making of the documentary, “Timbuktu: The Untold Story”, produced in 2003. He is a
singer songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, performer and producer. His teaching and speaking engagements – on the music
and spiritual traditions of Africa, microbiology, the intersections of ancient wisdom and modern science, and other topics
– have taken him to many colleges and universities.