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An inclusive audio space, Conscious Chatter opens the door to conversations about our clothing + the layers of stories, meaning and potential impact connected to what we wear. Hosted by Kestrel Jenkins, Conscious Chatter reimagines the narrative around sustainability, explores the importance of resourcefulness, questions conscious consumerism, and works to deconstruct how oppressive systems impact the sustainable fashion space.
 
Tune in to our podcast, “FBCG Live with Pastor John K. Jenkins Sr.” Enjoy weekly messages from Pastor Jenkins and guest preachers that will encourage you in your walk with God. Listen here or subscribe so that each new episode is delivered directly to you. If you’ve been blessed by this message and would like to help us reach more people through this ministry, please visit www.fbcglenarden.org/give to donate.
 
Welcome to “Stir Crazy with Steve Jenkins: Conversations With Creatives During The Quarantine”! In each episode, acclaimed bassist Steve Jenkins interviews a different musician/creative and discusses life since the pandemic as well as other things pertaining to music, culture and society.
 
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In episode 254, Kestrel welcomes Johnathan Hayden, is an independent designer, to the show. Focused on the intersections of fashion, technology and art, Johnathan is adamant about using his brand as an experiment to make fashion better. “There’s an unconscious collective change that needs to happen for people to sort of get it and you know, it can’…
 
John and Mike give Tyler the floor to discuss his Twitter burial of Kevin Durant (1:00) before the three of them discuss the NBA’s top 75 list, who are the biggest snubs, and why the old-head players should be removed from the list (9:00). Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com…
 
Everyone who is around you does not always look out for your best interest. Everyone who is around you does not always look out for your best interest. Learn more about the significance of speaking life over yourself even when others do not. Support the show (http://www.fbcglenarden.org/give)Door John K. Jenkins Sr.
 
John, Tyler, and Mike ask themselves if they have to be Ben Simmons fans with his latest commitment to the bit (1:00) before overreacting to the Bucks dominant win over the Nets (10:00), and Russell Westbrook’s tough game one in a Lakers loss to the Warriors (16:00) before discussing the latest book in the Book Club 2.0: ‘Dynasties: The 10 G.O.A.T.…
 
John, Tyler, and Mike discuss the Brooklyn Nets decision to not use the Kyrie Irving loophole that the city of New York granted them (1:00) and The Jon Gruden Situation (8:00) before interviewing New York Times #1 Bestseller Clint Smith about his book ‘How the Word Is Passed’ and the history of slavery in America. Learn more about your ad-choices a…
 
In episode 253, Kestrel welcomes Hilary Jochmans, the founder of consulting firm Politically In Fashion, to the show. Politically In Fashion & Hilary’s name have been popping up a lot in the fashion space, after she helped pen an official letter to President Biden, calling for him to appoint a fashion czar. “You think about all the different areas …
 
John, Tyler, and Mike celebrate the show’s 200th episode by discussing Jason Kidd’s extremely bizarre collar (2:00), Allen Iverson revealing that he wants to be part of the 76ers organization but hasn’t been (9:30), the city of New York allowing Kyrie Irving to practice with the Nets (14:00), Tom Cruise’s inflatable face (31:00), and the best respo…
 
John, Tyler, and Mike discuss the overbearing nature of Pumpkin Spice SZN at Trader Joes (1:00), the next layer of the onion in the Urban Meyer experience (8:45), Kanye West starting Donda Prep with questionable motives that maybe, possibly, could be connected to Drake (13:30), the hush-hush but obvious reason Luka Doncic was voted ahead of Giannis…
 
In episode 252, Kestrel welcomes Sara Gourlay, the Creative Director at Frankie Collective, to the show. A brand dedicated to innovating women’s streetwear, Frankie Collective is also setting a standard for sustainability in the fashion industry. “I guess we’re really just trying to disrupt the industry — there can be another way to do business, an…
 
John, Tyler, and Mike discuss the petty-off between Ben Simmons and the Philadelphia 76ers (6:30), whether or not the Lakers players will be able to accept their new roles (11:30), and do the first-ever dinosaur cooking competition (19:00). Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com…
 
John, Tyler, and Mike are joined by writer Matt Sullivan to discuss his article in ‘Rolling Stone’ about Kyrie Irving and the NBA’s COVID-19 vaccination crisis. Then they discuss Will Smith’s odd GQ profile and finish this installment of the Jenkins and Jonez Book Club 2.0. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com…
 
In episode 251, Kestrel welcomes Francisco Diaz of CiscoSews to the show. An upcycling designer, Francisco created CiscoSews, a slow fashion sewing studio, to experiment with garment making. “There is just so much waste right now that we’re all seeing that we need to slow it down and reuse, and focus less on having the perfect brand new piece — tha…
 
John, Tyler, and Mike discuss Matt Sullivan’s story in ‘Rolling Stone’ about Kyrie Irving, the NBA, and the portion of the league that does not want a vaccine for COVID-19. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.comDoor The Volume and iHeartRadio
 
John, Tyler, and Mike discuss the newest information in the Ben Simmons-Philadelphia 76ers drama and explain how the 76ers are using people’s twisted sense of professionalism to turn people against Simmons (1:30), the dramatic Canelo Alvarez press conference with Caleb Plant (18:00), and do the next segment of the Jenkins and Jonez Book Club 2.0 (2…
 
In episode 250, Kestrel welcomes Natalie Shehata, a stylist focused on sustainability, to the show. Natalie currently works as the Retail Trainer for The Social Outfit, a Sydney-based fashion label who provides employment and training to people from refugee and new migrant communities. “We have these brands, and we have people kind of saying — ok, …
 
John, Tyler, and Mike break down how unglamorous the Clippers are no matter how hard they try (3:00), John’s new neck tattoo and how tattoo culture has changed (17:00), their favorite albums of the 2010s (29:00), and power rank big cats by how deadly they are (43:00). Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com…
 
John, Tyler, and Mike pair the NBA and their new favorite segment ‘Tenable or Untenable’ to discuss Kyrie Irving’s tweet about taking his mask off because of “no fear” (2:30), how much they completely and totally understand the fashion of the Met Gala (16:00), and the second book of the Jenkins and Jonez Book Club 2.0, ‘How the Word Is Passed’ (26:…
 
In episode 249, Kestrel welcomes Isiah Magsino, a writer based in New York City, to the show. With bylines in Vogue, GQ, W, Nylon, Architectural Digest, and more, Isiah is focused on writing about the beautiful things in life. “While it’s mainstream now, it’s important to recognize where it comes from, and the adversity that was faced from doing so…
 
John, Tyler, and Mike award two Booger Boy of the Week awards to a legendary head coach and a legendary rapper (5:30), discuss Paul Pierce in the context of the 2021 basketball hall of fame class (19:00), and their two favorite animal videos of the week (42:15). Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com…
 
The ‘Jenkins and Jonez’ crew are joined by author and poet Hanif Abdurraqib to discuss the parallels music can make with life including how regional music like ‘Black and Yellow’ becomes national music and how Kendrick Lamar was able to tell a coming of age story through his album ‘Good Kid, M.A.A.D. City. Hanif also helps settle three crucially im…
 
One day I received a Zoom request for a meeting. It was from Carol. Carol is from Kenya. Turns out, he found my book (from an Advance event) in a thrift store in my hometown... “I followed the link listed in the front of the book. There, I saw the videos were free— entire workshops… free.” He reached out to his friend Philip, who still lives in Ken…
 
In episode 248, Kestrel welcomes Ocean Rose, a Yoruba artist, to the show. Focused on botanical dye, community, photography, & poetry, Ocean weaves beauty, thoughtfulness and the art of slowing down into their work. “Sustainability’s more of a story of how — it’s probably the history of people and the things that we acquire over time. It’s all part…
 
John, Tyler, and Mike explain what they like and don’t like about Drake’s new album ‘Certified Lover Boy’ and compare the styles of Drake and Kendrick Lamar (2:00) before getting into the world’s most boring beef between Drake and Kanye West (22:00). Then they go through Boosie’s weird obsession with Lil Nas X (27:00) and debate whether gummy bears…
 
John, Tyler, and Mike marvel at the Bishop Sycamore fake high school situation and debate who is the wildest of all the wild boys in the whole thing (2:00). Then they finish up the first book of the Jenkins and Jonez Book Club 2.0, They Can’t Kill Us Until They Kill Us (24:00). Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.co…
 
In this talk I continue reflecting on what I'm learning from the #75Hard Challenge. WIth just two days to go... (See the previous talk for lessons 1-5) #6 = You don’t always “feel like it.” Sometimes the motivation to do it comes in the actual doing… Sounds odd, I know. We often think we NEED to get motivated first, and then we can step it up, get …
 
John, Tyler, and Mike commend Kevin Love for his decision to not take a buyout and continue cashing his checks (1:00), laugh at the idea of a media “Dream Team” involving Magic Johnson and Mike Wilbon in the year 2021 (10:00), chastise high school football parents for yet another display of weirdness (25:00), and award the boogeriest Booger Boy of …
 
John, Tyler, and Mike do a dramatic reading of @solomonmissouri’s iconic Twitter thread about Dell and Sonya Curry’s reported divorce (2:30), tell Nerlens Noel he needs to relax with suing his agent (11:30), do an edition of “Tenable or Untenable” based on their own lives (19:30), and start the new Jenkins and Jonez book club (22:30). Learn more ab…
 
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