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Welcome to Cloud9 by BahaiTeachings.org! We feature interviews with artists from around the globe to learn about what inspires, uplifts and motivates them to make a positive contribution to the world.

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    • Arts
    • 4.6 • 31 Ratings

Welcome to Cloud9 by BahaiTeachings.org! We feature interviews with artists from around the globe to learn about what inspires, uplifts and motivates them to make a positive contribution to the world.

    Eco-Caskets: The Spiritual How – and Why – of Green Burials

    Eco-Caskets: The Spiritual How – and Why – of Green Burials

    Cloud9 explores sustainability, leaving behind an eco-legacy, and environmental stewardship in death care, with the founder of Pahiki Eco Caskets, Cortney Gusik.

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    • 41 min
    The Great Educational Power of Drama On Our Mental Health

    The Great Educational Power of Drama On Our Mental Health

    Cloud9 explores the great educational power of drama through the world of mental health and Baha'i-inspired therapy, with psychologist and drama therapist Rezal Martinez-Gillies.

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    • 39 min
    Benn Good: From East LA to the Grammys

    Benn Good: From East LA to the Grammys

    Cloud9 interviews music producer Benn Good to learn how hard work and faith empowered a young musician from the Eastside of Los Angeles to land his sixth Grammy nomination.

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    • 37 min
    Finding Beacons of Hope in Monuments and Public Art

    Finding Beacons of Hope in Monuments and Public Art

    In this fourth and final episode of a special four-part series, Cloud9 concludes our exploration of the social and spiritual implications of Confederate and colonial monuments by talking with artist and activist Anisa Tavangar about the future of monuments and memorialization from a Baha’i perspective.

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    • 43 min
    Monuments and Mascots: Considering a Native American Perspective

    Monuments and Mascots: Considering a Native American Perspective

    Cloud9 explores the social and spiritual implications of Confederate and colonial monuments in this special four-part series. In the third episode, we talk with Dr. Justin de Leon about the impact of Confederate and colonial monuments on people of Native descent in North America.

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    • 55 min
    Debating the Future of Confederate and Colonial Monuments

    Debating the Future of Confederate and Colonial Monuments

    Cloud9 explores the social and spiritual implications of Confederate and colonial monuments in this special four-part series. In the second episode, we talk with Dr. Layli Maparyan about the implications of Confederate monuments on people of African descent in America.

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