Friday, October 4, 2013

Ep 60 - MSW Podcast ft Aja Beech 10/7/13 at 10pm EST

Back and brought to you on a weekly basis, the Mike Salvi's World podcast is here to deliver greatness. We broadcast live every Monday at 10pm EST from Laffcast Studios. Watch the video live below and chime in via USTREAM chat. Can't watch? No problem, listen live on Shoutcast (yes, there's an app for that, look it up and type "laffcast" in the search).

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The wait is over ladies and gentlemen, we're back live this Monday and have a jam-packed show! 

On Thursday 10/3/13 I had a 2 hour visit with Adam Kokesh at the "correctional treatment facility" in Washington, DC. We went over detailed strategies for the March for Adam Kokesh scheduled for 10/24/13. I'll be releasing updated details live at the beginning of the show, so don't be late!

This week's guest is local freelance writer, and friend for half my life so far, Aja Beech. Since I met her, I've always known Aja to be awesome, so it's no surprise seeing her apply her awesomeness to become the following:

Aja Beech is an independent freelance author writing about social issues and the arts, primarily in Philadelphia and the Delaware Valley, for news outlets like WHYY’s Newsworks, CBS Local Online and The Huffington Post. In 2010, she was the recipient of a Leeway Art and Change Grant and in 2011, she was named one of Philadelphia’s Creative Connectors. One of her poems, for you women, was nominated for a Pushcart Prize in 2012. An activist and organizer, Beech is a board member at Pennsylvanians for Alternatives to the Death Penalty and works to address alternatives to severe imprisonment and capital punishment. 
You can find and follow her work at Will I Ever See You Again, and at Process Press

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  • "The greatest revolution of our generation is the discovery that human beings, by changing the inner attitudes of their minds, can change the outer aspects of their lives." - Williams James

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