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Voices with Pebbles Podcast

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Voices with Pebbles Podcast
Voices with Pebbles Podcast

Voices with Pebbles Podcast

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Thank you for checking out VOICES with Pebbles . VOICES features conversations with people with creative voices, fascinating stories, people inspiring others with their voice, or are using their voice to make a difference. They're the storytellers, the activists, the entertainers, creatives and everyday people changing the world in their own way. VOICES with Pebbles recently won a Gracie Award for Public Affairs Show. The Graciesrecognize exemplary programming created by women, for women and about women in all facets of media and entertainment. VOICES with Pebbles is produced by Leroy Irvin.

Latest Episodes

Pebbles talks to Kristen Wyman from the Natick Nipmuc Tribe

Today I’m talking to Kristen Wyman. Kristen is a member of the Natick Nipmuc Tribe, and while she doesn’t consider herself an activist or organizer, her love, dedication, and commitment to her community is commendable. She’s the co-founder of theEastern Woodlands Rematriation Collective, and also works with WhyHunger and Move to End Violence. Here to talk about her community, her work, and more, please welcome Kristen Wyman.

45 MIN2 w ago
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Pebbles talks to Kristen Wyman from the Natick Nipmuc Tribe

Voices with Pebbles: Rachael Devaney

Today I’m talking to Rachael Devaney. Rachael was adopted from El Salvador in 1978. She recently reunited with her birth family and is now showing her photography exhibit Matriarchal Strength: stories of family separation and Indigenous survival at Bridgewater State University. The exhibit pairs photos with written and shared stories told to her by her 94-year-old birth grandmother. Here to talk about her exhibit, as well as her story of reuniting with her birth mother and more. Please welcome Rachael Devaney.

42 MIN3 w ago
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Voices with Pebbles: Rachael Devaney

Voices with Pebbles: Stephanie Quezada (Young Sisters United)

Today I’m talking to Stephanie Quezada. Stephanie was born and raised in Lawrence. At the age of 13 she had a life-changing experience that left her looking for guidance in all the wrong places. Because of the people who helped HER along the way and saw the potential in her, she decided to create Young Sisters United to help other at-risk young women. Here to talk about her hopes to empower, rehabilitate, and inspire young women to become leaders in their community, please welcome Stephanie Quezada.

21 MINNOV 10
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Voices with Pebbles: Stephanie Quezada (Young Sisters United)

Voices with Pebbles: Red Shaydez

This week Pebbles is talking to Boston's own Red Shaydez. She's a lyricist, film maker, mentor and so much more.

31 MINNOV 3
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Voices with Pebbles: Red Shaydez

Voices with Pebbles: Carolina Cruz Martinez

Carolina is a journalist, an advocate, and executive director of the Pedro Martinez foundation. She's here to talk about her life in the Dominican Republic, the work her and her husband Pedro Martinez are doing, and the foundations upcoming gala,

34 MINOCT 28
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Voices with Pebbles: Carolina Cruz Martinez

Voices with Pebbles: Jasmine Guillory

Today I'm so excited to be talking to Jasmine Guillory. Jasmine is the New York Times bestselling author of The Wedding Date, The Proposal, The Wedding Party, and the newly released Royal Holiday. Her work has appeared in Cosmopolitan, Real Simple, Oprah Magazine, and Shondaland.com.

19 MINOCT 20
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Voices with Pebbles: Jasmine Guillory

Voices with Pebbles: Letisha & Zeena Brown, Brown & Coconut

This weeks guests are sisters Letisha & Zeena Brown. They are the founders of Brown & Coconut. After years of personal skin issues they decided to start their own plant based skincare line.

27 MINOCT 13
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Voices with Pebbles: Letisha & Zeena Brown, Brown & Coconut

Voices with Pebbles: Allison Picott

It's Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and this week I'm talking to Allison Picott. At the age of 40, Allison found out she had breast cancer just days before her wedding. She fought it, and won. Now at the age of 49, she's fighting cancer again...in the ring. She'll be participating in the Haymakers for Hope Belles of the Ball.

28 MINOCT 6
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Voices with Pebbles: Allison Picott

Voices With Pebbles: Analisa Velez

The Purists, directed by the Grammy, Tony, and Emmy Award-winning Billy Porter is currently playing at the Calderwood Pavillion until October 6th. Pebbles had the chance to talk to one of the stars of The Purists, Analisa Velez, who plays Val Kano. They talked about the importance of art, being seen, and living a positive life. For ticket info, go to HuntingtonTheater.org.

14 MINOCT 2
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Voices With Pebbles: Analisa Velez

Voices with Pebbles: Amanda Shea

This week I'm talking to Amanda Shea. Poet, Organizer, and artist manager are among the many roles she holds. She's also performed at numerous venues throughout Boston, including the Isabella Stewart Garner Museum, Museum of Fine Arts, and has hosted the Boston Art & Music Soul Festival. She's here to talk about her work in Boston arts community and her upcoming performance as part of the All Together Now series.

48 MINSEP 29
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Voices with Pebbles: Amanda Shea

Latest Episodes

Pebbles talks to Kristen Wyman from the Natick Nipmuc Tribe

Today I’m talking to Kristen Wyman. Kristen is a member of the Natick Nipmuc Tribe, and while she doesn’t consider herself an activist or organizer, her love, dedication, and commitment to her community is commendable. She’s the co-founder of theEastern Woodlands Rematriation Collective, and also works with WhyHunger and Move to End Violence. Here to talk about her community, her work, and more, please welcome Kristen Wyman.

45 MIN2 w ago
Comments
Pebbles talks to Kristen Wyman from the Natick Nipmuc Tribe

Voices with Pebbles: Rachael Devaney

Today I’m talking to Rachael Devaney. Rachael was adopted from El Salvador in 1978. She recently reunited with her birth family and is now showing her photography exhibit Matriarchal Strength: stories of family separation and Indigenous survival at Bridgewater State University. The exhibit pairs photos with written and shared stories told to her by her 94-year-old birth grandmother. Here to talk about her exhibit, as well as her story of reuniting with her birth mother and more. Please welcome Rachael Devaney.

42 MIN3 w ago
Comments
Voices with Pebbles: Rachael Devaney

Voices with Pebbles: Stephanie Quezada (Young Sisters United)

Today I’m talking to Stephanie Quezada. Stephanie was born and raised in Lawrence. At the age of 13 she had a life-changing experience that left her looking for guidance in all the wrong places. Because of the people who helped HER along the way and saw the potential in her, she decided to create Young Sisters United to help other at-risk young women. Here to talk about her hopes to empower, rehabilitate, and inspire young women to become leaders in their community, please welcome Stephanie Quezada.

21 MINNOV 10
Comments
Voices with Pebbles: Stephanie Quezada (Young Sisters United)

Voices with Pebbles: Red Shaydez

This week Pebbles is talking to Boston's own Red Shaydez. She's a lyricist, film maker, mentor and so much more.

31 MINNOV 3
Comments
Voices with Pebbles: Red Shaydez

Voices with Pebbles: Carolina Cruz Martinez

Carolina is a journalist, an advocate, and executive director of the Pedro Martinez foundation. She's here to talk about her life in the Dominican Republic, the work her and her husband Pedro Martinez are doing, and the foundations upcoming gala,

34 MINOCT 28
Comments
Voices with Pebbles: Carolina Cruz Martinez

Voices with Pebbles: Jasmine Guillory

Today I'm so excited to be talking to Jasmine Guillory. Jasmine is the New York Times bestselling author of The Wedding Date, The Proposal, The Wedding Party, and the newly released Royal Holiday. Her work has appeared in Cosmopolitan, Real Simple, Oprah Magazine, and Shondaland.com.

19 MINOCT 20
Comments
Voices with Pebbles: Jasmine Guillory

Voices with Pebbles: Letisha & Zeena Brown, Brown & Coconut

This weeks guests are sisters Letisha & Zeena Brown. They are the founders of Brown & Coconut. After years of personal skin issues they decided to start their own plant based skincare line.

27 MINOCT 13
Comments
Voices with Pebbles: Letisha & Zeena Brown, Brown & Coconut

Voices with Pebbles: Allison Picott

It's Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and this week I'm talking to Allison Picott. At the age of 40, Allison found out she had breast cancer just days before her wedding. She fought it, and won. Now at the age of 49, she's fighting cancer again...in the ring. She'll be participating in the Haymakers for Hope Belles of the Ball.

28 MINOCT 6
Comments
Voices with Pebbles: Allison Picott

Voices With Pebbles: Analisa Velez

The Purists, directed by the Grammy, Tony, and Emmy Award-winning Billy Porter is currently playing at the Calderwood Pavillion until October 6th. Pebbles had the chance to talk to one of the stars of The Purists, Analisa Velez, who plays Val Kano. They talked about the importance of art, being seen, and living a positive life. For ticket info, go to HuntingtonTheater.org.

14 MINOCT 2
Comments
Voices With Pebbles: Analisa Velez

Voices with Pebbles: Amanda Shea

This week I'm talking to Amanda Shea. Poet, Organizer, and artist manager are among the many roles she holds. She's also performed at numerous venues throughout Boston, including the Isabella Stewart Garner Museum, Museum of Fine Arts, and has hosted the Boston Art & Music Soul Festival. She's here to talk about her work in Boston arts community and her upcoming performance as part of the All Together Now series.

48 MINSEP 29
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Voices with Pebbles: Amanda Shea
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