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  • The Story of Mattie Freeland Park: A once-blighted patch of land in Atlanta's English Avenue has been transformed into an attractive community green space. It's a shining example of how a community can unite to make a positive change. The park honors long-time resident Mattie Freeland, who was like a mother to many in the neighborhood. It's also a testament to what can happen when worship communities, neighbors, city government, and non-profits collaborate to turn a vision into reality.

    Colorblindness: Colorblindness impacts the lives of millions of people, making it challenging to navigate the world. Find out from Dr. Andrew Feinberg, Medical Director of the Eye Surgery Center of Georgia, why some people perceive a limited spectrum of color. In contrast, others see a full range of colors. You'll also meet artist EHUNG, who has overcome colorblindness to create bold, color-filled paintings, often using unusual tools. 

    Dive into the mysteries of the Garden of Eden as recounted in the biblical text of Genesis through its Aramaic translation with Dr. Rocco Errico. Dr. Errico is a scholar of Aramaic, the language spoken in the ancient Near East at the time of Jesus, and his translation from Aramaic into English offers new insights into a story that has captured the imagination over the generations. 5 episodes

    America’s first licensed astrologer, Maxine Taylor, takes us through reading our Astrology chart and discusses the effects that the planets have on our daily lives. 7 episodes

    In this more advanced astrology course, Georgia's first licensed astrologer Maxine Taylor digs deeper into reading our Astrology chart. 6 episodes

    This low-impact workout series, by wellness and fitness expert Vernette McKnight, focuses on proper alignment incorporating moves from ballet, Pilates, and yoga to upbeat music. Ballet Fusion Fitness blends cardio, strength training, flexibility, balance, and core conditioning in a total body workout targeting hips, glutes, abs, and arms. This workout series is designed to improve balance and flexibility, build strength, burn calories, and improve stability through a stronger core. 6 episodes

    The Beattitudes in Aramaic with Dr. Rocco Errico uncovers the ancient language of Jesus in his own native tongue. It is widely known that Jesus and his disciples spoke Aramaic which was the common language of Judea in the first century AD. 4 episodes

    Executive Chef Carlton Brown brings classy cuisine into your home kitchen. Chef Carlton’s classic favorites with a contemporary flair will be the talk of any dinner party. 6 episodes

    Season 1: Host Michael Issa takes a step-by-step approach through each move in the Lian Gong 18 set of Dao-Yin, a stretching focused subset of Qigong. 13 episodes

    Season 2: New movements such as "Draw a Bow to Shoot and Arrow" are demonstrated. 13 episodes

    Season 3: Dao Yin combines fluid, stretching movements with deep breathing and guided qi-flow. We share the oldest known dao yin set called Ma Wang Dui Dao Yin, derived from ancient drawings discovered in the Mawangdui caves of China. The Ma Wang Dui set is organized into 12 movements that correlate with the 12 meridians or energy pathways of the body. These are the same pathways used in acupuncture to balance the body’s natural qi or energy system. Some of these movements can be done at varying levels of difficulty. Please listen to your body and never go beyond your level of comfort. You will achieve better results by taking it slow and letting your body naturally stretch. 13 episodes

    Season 4: Focus on a combination of massage, meditation, stretching and energy cultivation. Learn movements to support Liver function, or heart etc. Each episode begins with a warmup, presents new movements, and closes with a stretching routine composed of both new moves and moves from earlier episodes. Like Tai Chi, Qigong is an ancient Chinese calisthenics that combines graceful, stretching movements with slow, measured breathing. Research has shown that these exercises effectively reduce stress and anxiety, in addition to protecting against disease, aging and mental health problems. 13 episodes

    Season 1: French Lessons taught in a beginners style by the Director of the Atlanta Alliance Francais. 13 episodes

    Season 2: French speakers share dialogue with and without subtitles so you can follow along. Learn a new French saying of the day and how it came about. 13 episodes

    An overview of the Buddhist spiritual path from basic tenets to its rituals as practiced in countries all over the world. 6 episodes

    The Roman Catholic Church is the largest Christian denomination with more than one-billion followers worldwide. Explore how Catholic beliefs, rituals and values inspire its followers – from the veneration of the Virgin Mary and the meaning of the trinity to church teachings on social justice and potential for reform. 4 episodes

    The Yoruba tradition of West Africa known as Ifa is explained, from the belief in one supreme God to a pantheon of divine spirits and encounters with the ancestors. Explore how the tradition is practiced in the African diaspora and how it has been incorporated into other faith practices. 3 episodes

    From pop culture icons to adherents of the Orthodox Jewish Hasidic movement, the ancient Jewish tradition of mystical interpretation of the Bible known as Kabbalah has experienced a resurgence in the late 20th and 21st centuries. Gain an understanding of the history and development of Kabbalah over the centuries. Delve into texts and teachings that seek to illuminate the nature of the soul's connection with the Divine, and how all existence is infused with mystical significance. 5 episodes

    The Methodist movement of Christianity began as a club on the campus of Oxford College in England when two brothers, Charles and John Wesley, and their religious friends decided to live a more faith-centered life. Find out how their way of studying, worshiping and encountering God spread worldwide. It is now a denomination with dozens of movements within its fold, including the community touched by Atlanta First United Methodist Church.

    Beliefs & Worship: The inclusive playground at Oak Grove Methodist Church in Atlanta exemplifies how Methodist theology is lived. It's one example examined in this edition of "Exploring Methodism." We also review the basic structure of the Methodist worship experience, whether a traditional or contemporary worship service. Both include a range of music, many hymns written by Methodist church co-founder Charles Wesley. 

    Perhaps one of the most misunderstood of all spiritual paths, paganism is the most ancient religious practice. The AIB Network shares stories of contemporary practitioners of the faith, some of whom cannot be shown because they feel they must remain "broom closeted" due to the nature of their jobs or family relationships. To tell the story, the AIB Network was welcomed into the Willow Dragonstone Community, which is considered an open group, and spoke extensively with Lydia Crabtree, a pagan minister and the author of "Family Coven: Birthing Hereditary Witchcraft." 6 episodes

    A series of classes on the definition, source and history of Sufism as a spiritual dimension of Islam. Examples of Sufi influence on Muslim art, music, science and culture with a look at the solutions Sufi teachings provide to current crises. Host Kemal Korucu received a BS in Computer Science from GSU and started a software development company where he still serves as its President. He has served on the boards of several nonprofit organizations including the Istanbul Center and The Atlantic Institute. The text, "Emerald Hills of The Heart: Key Concepts in Sufism, Volumes 1 - 4" are referenced in the class. 6 episodes

    Season 1: World-traveling chef Nancy Waldeck prepares dishes with flavors from Sicily, Spain, Mexico, South Africa & the Caribbean. 6 episodes

    Season 2: World-traveling chef Nancy Waldeck prepares dishes from Northern Italy, the Loire Valley in France, Argentina, Russia, China and Portugal. 6 episodes

    Season 3: World-traveling chef Nancy Waldeck teaches you how to cook dishes from East Africa, Morocco, the Provence region of southeastern France, Polynesia, Southern Italy, and Switzerland. 6 episodes

    Season 4: Globe-trotting chef Nancy Waldeck introduces you to cuisine from Germany, India, Thailand, the United Kingdom, Central Europe and the Alsace region of France. She makes it easy for you to learn the recipes for these cultural classics. 6 episodes

    Join Chef Kyle Reynolds from Le Cordon Bleu as he brings global flavors to your kitchen and palate. Chef Kyle will show you how to prepare Asian cuisine in these easy to follow recipes your family will absolutely enjoy. 12 episodes

    Reduce, reuse, recycle. Eat locally-grown food. Get back to the land. There are ways to cultivate a healthier, sustainable life and environment. While we live in a culture that predominantly values convenience and profit over health and the environment, a new and green consciousness is emerging. People are increasingly interested in eco-friendly living and curious about where and how their food is grown and disposed. We share the stories of eco-friendly projects and the people involved in them, along with some helpful tips for living more in harmony with the earth. 6 episodes

    Expand your Spanish fluency beyond the basics with Season Two of Hola Adventures in Spanish. Señora Lisa Jackson is back with more entertaining lessons and fun cultural facts that will even get kids off their feet and dancing. In every episode, they’ll learn to speak Spanish confidently and appreciate the rich traditions and customs of the places where Spanish is the primary language of everyday conversation.  13 episodes

    This mini-series is an in-depth one-on-one course with Professor Jonathan Herman of Georgia State University. Over the course of the series, delve into the history, practice, and application of Dao, and learn what this philosophy has to offer the modern practitioner, both in China and around the world. 4 episodes

    Annette Marcus opens her kitchen on "It Tastes Jewish". From vegetarian chopped liver and matzo balls, to beef brisket and challah bread, Annette knows how to make cooking fun. Annette demonstrates how to cook authentic Jewish foods, some of which are well-known Jewish staples, while others have religious symbolism and backgrounds. Annette’s family and friends frequently stop by to help her make these delicious dishes which have been passed down through generations. 8 episodes

    The Art of Being Funny: Legendary Comedian Jeff Justice has taught more than 3,000 people how to become funnier in his Comedy Workshoppe class-the world's largest comedy class in America. In the Art of Being Funny, Jeff breaks down what it takes to be funny, no matter who you are. From teachers, priests, nurses, and CEOs, Jeff is convinced that anybody can be funny if you use these tools. Learn about stage presence, mic handling, joke structuring, and more. Whether you want to be more humorous in your social life, become more charismatic in board meetings, or pursue a career as a stand-up comedian; Jeff gives you what you need to be funny on stage and in life.

    Voter Rights Under Fire: On the episode of Know Your Rights, CK Hoffler explores voting rights with Black Voters Matter Fund Co-Founder LaTosha Brown and Investigative Journalist Greg Palast in light of efforts to change laws regarding access to the ballot box. 

    Women's Reproductive Rights: Women’s reproductive rights with media personality and Reverend Juandolyn Stokes.

    Season 1: If you have always wanted to learn Arabic, then this program is your perfect opportunity! Hang with us to learn all the letters of the Arabic alphabet, basic greetings and cultural concepts in the Middle East. By the time we get through, you’ll be on your way to reading Arabic and opening many doors to a whole new world ahead of you. There will be something to learn for everyone!  12 episodes

    Season 2: Continue your language learning journey with Let's Learn Arabic.  Your knowledge will expand when learning about verbs, adjectives, and pronouns.  10 episodes

    Season 1: Museums and archives are not the only repositories of history, so are street corners and other public places as we hear in the AIB series, Living History.  6 episodes

    The Lord’s Prayer in Aramaic with Dr. Rocco Errico uncovers the ancient language of Jesus in his own native tongue. It is widely known that Jesus and his disciples spoke Aramaic which was the common language of Judea in first century AD. Learn how to pronounce and recite the Lord’s Prayer in Aramaic. 7 episodes

    Paint Love: Imagine being handed a loom and strands of fabric and being taught by a professional weaver how to create your own tapestry. That scenario illustrates what Paint Love is all about - giving kids an opportunity to work with a seasoned professional to create something unique while building various skills and collaborating with others simultaneously. We visited Talley Elementary School in Decatur, Georgia, where Paint Love volunteer artists guided second graders through weaving to create a grade-wide tapestry. We also visit an outdoor event where kids learn to paint and use electric drills to create colorful panels.

    Noble Clay: Noble Clay Fitness coaches anyone, regardless of fitness level or financial status, to promote individual and community well-being. Its mission is to make fitness and wellness accessible to everyone and to transform lives, families, and communities. Coaches listen to members' needs and work with them to create a diet and spiritual, emotional, and physical fitness plan that helps them reach their goals. You'll meet the founder, a coach, and members who share their inspiring stories.

    Coach Sule has designed a simple way to stay fit and healthy called Martial Fitness®. Every week enjoy a new fitness method that challenges your mind and body. Not everyone wants a black belt, but everyone wants to be strong and healthy. Fight for your health with Martial Fitness®! All exercises come from training formats that empower men and women of any age or fitness level to challenge themselves and experience a new level of fitness potential. Each move may be used alone or blended to your daily routine to provide endless variety and an exceptional path to fitness and fun!  13 episodes

    Pregnancy, childbirth, and motherhood can be daunting, especially when you do not have enough knowledge and experience. On Maternal Wellness, Vernette Kountz, D.C. talks about what to expect when you’re expecting, provides health information, and exercise tips to keep your body healthy for yourself and your child.  6 episodes

    Who was Maynard Holbrook Jackson, Jr. beyond Atlanta's first African-American mayor? Find out, from those who worked closest with him before and after his three terms as a groundbreaking leader whose legacy reaches far beyond Atlanta and far beyond his lifetime. Based on interviews conducted by Shirley Franklin, Atlanta's first female mayor, you'll hear anecdotes and stories that reveal Jackson's unique character, and dispel the myths that often surrounded him, to showcase the passion he had for the city he led.

    Explore the history of the beautiful melodies and the resonance of ancient words through the evening prayer chant with the monks at the Monastery of the Holy Spirit in Conyers, Georgia. Also includes a private recital of chant, shared by the monastery's schola cantorum, a small group of singers trained to lead the chant. A conversation with the abbot of the monastery, Father Augustine Myslinski, reflects on the mission of the monastery, and the resonance of the chanting tradition as a way to deepen ones connection to the Divine.

    Ni Hao is a educational program that teaches Mandarin Chinese. Topics covered include: greetings, telling time, chinese culture, basic sentences, asking simple questions, spelling, phonetics, and proper intonation of Mother Chinese. Our Teacher, Christina Sun has taught Chinese for over 15 years and all age groups. 10 episodes

    Fitness expert Vernette McKnight delivers an at-home, Pilates, and functional-movement-inspired routine to help older adults improve balance to prevent falling, build strength and flexibility in muscles and joints, and improve the core. 6 episodes

    Join certified pilates instructor and chiropractor Vernette McKnight, D.C, as she demonstrates short workouts that pregnant women in any trimester can master. These prenatal videos are designed to help the average pregnant woman through her pregnancy journey. As always, please make sure that you have been cleared by your doctor before starting any program. 13 episodes

    The red poppy has long been considered a symbol of remembrance for those who served in World War I but few in the United States know that it was a teacher from Athens, Georgia who conceived the idea. Moina Belle Michael, whose name is better known in Europe, left a legacy which lives on in the billions of dollars raised to support military veterans worldwide.

    Season 1: Instructor Dr. Danny Evans teaches introductory Spanish (beginners) to his audience and along the way, introduces you to aspects of Hispanic culture. 13 episodes

    Season 2: Dr. Danny Evans takes us to his classroom to take us to an intermediate level of speaking and understanding the Spanish language. Go on location to homes, restaurants and other venues to learn different cultural aspects of several countries (Peru, Chile, Guatemala, Colombia, Mexico). 13 episodes

    Season 3: A deeper dive into the Spanish language with slow speech skits (dialogue scrolling alongside) which allows the viewer to follow the conversation. 13 episodes

    Season 4: Dr. Danny Evans takes us deeper into the Spanish language and culture with grammar and vocabulary lessons as well as with engaging dialogue that includes subtitles to reinforce comprehension and conversation. 13 episodes

    Christian Barea has been professionally dedicated to the development of the human potential in its physical, emotional and spiritual evolution since 2003. She is a leading instructor of Qi Gong and has served on the Board of Directors of the National Qigong Association. She is also an ordained Daoist priest.  Peyton Young is deeply interested in total wellness and committed to assisting people discover practical and effective methods of unifying body, mind & spirit. He is a certified Master of Medical Qigong (MMQ), Advanced Qigong Instructor, Advanced Meditation Instructor, Reiki Master and Certified Master Hypnotherapist.Peyton holds a BS Degree in Exercise Science and has been practicing martial arts for over 20 years. He is also an ordained Buddhist priest.  13 episodes

    Season 1: Get fit with senior fitness expert and exercise physiologist Bradford Bailey. Each episode features chair exercises to work all the major muscle groups in one easy-to-follow workout. 13 episodes

    Season 2: Senior Fit By Bradford is a fun and easy exercise show for senior citizens hosted by Bradford Bailey. Bradford is an expert fitness trainer who specializes in geriatric wellness. His classes are specifically designed for senior citizens to maintain a healthy lifestyle. 13 episodes

    Cope Moyers: AIB Network Community Engagement Manager, Audrey Galex, sat down with William Cope Moyers, VP of Public Affairs and Community Relations of Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation, at AIB’s Atlanta studio to talk about his journey with addiction and recovery, the challenges facing families and communities, and the development of the Addiction Alliance of Georgia, a partnership between Hazelden Betty Ford and Emory Healthcare. Moyers also details how his family and faith community never gave up hope and how critical their support remains in his spiritual journey. 

    Aramaic scholar, Dr. Rocco Errico, shares the customs and geography of the ancient Near East to teach the Gospel of Matthew from its Aramaic original. Join Dr. Errico as he provides insights into the practical teachings of Jesus that offer a universal message. Dr. Errico focuses on what has become known as the "Sermon on the Mount" and "Beatitudes". 8 episodes

    In 1830, President Andrew Jackson signed the Indian Removal Act into law, giving him authority to negotiate with South Eastern Native American tribes for their removal to lands west of the Mississippi. With this act in place, Jackson was able to threaten and force tribes into signing treaties - giving their land away forever. We bring you voices of the Cherokee, past and present, with sounds from the 175th Anniversary Ceremony at New Echota and interviews with descendants of those who made it to Indian territory.

  • Skin Cancer: Skin cancer is one of the most common cancers, yet, one of the most preventable cancers. Learn the dangers of the disease and the ways to protect your skin against it. A skin cancer survivor shares her own experience. A dermatologist and a skin cancer prevention organization representative will explore the symptoms, treatments, and ways to avoid cancer.

    Cultivating Happiness: Happiness can be cultivated, according to Ken Harmon, PhD.

    NIL-Name, Image, & Likeness Laws: Attorney Shannon Holmes and media expert Angela Greene, Media Professional, Exec. Producer, WAOK, discuss NIL. Then, Attorney/Author Shannon Holmes and Attorney Latif Oduola-Owoo discuss NIL.

    National Coalition of 100 Black Women: Civic engagement, community service, leadership development, and advocacy are at the core of the mission of the National Coalition of 100 Black Women-Metropolitan Atlanta Chapter. Since 1988, the organization has touched the lives of hundreds of young women, helping them to dream big and reach their academic and professional goals. From racial and social justice to economic empowerment and gender equity, the organization focuses on issues of concern for the success of African American women and the entire community. The organization mentors high school students in its "Teens on the Move" mentoring program, hosts an annual teen health summit, partners with Brown Middle School to develop its STEM initiatives, supports financially-vulnerable people through its "Sisters Helping Sisters" financial literacy program, among other programs.

    Dale Molnar: Dale Molnar shares his journey on finding the religion that best fits him, while maintaining God near his heart in gave him the talents to be an artist.

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