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Qavah is a podcast highlighting individuals who have shown tenacity and reached success in spite of difficulties. Continue Reading >>
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Episode 117: Gary Kent Best of Qavah Gary has been a part of the stunt industry since before there were stunt schools. In the 40 years he has worked in film, Gary has worked with Jack Nicholson, Penny Marshall, Alan Arkin, James Caan, Bruce Willis and Garry Marshall…those are just a few.
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Episode 112: Adam Wallace Best of Qavah On this episode of Qavah, we explore the reality of bullying and the impact it has. We visit with Adam Wallace who shares his story about overcoming the wounds of bullying that stemmed from growing up with scarring on his face and a fluency disorder. According to the American Speech Language Hearing Association Stuttering, the most common fluency disorder, is an interruption in the flow of speaking characterized by repetitions (sounds, syllables, words, phrases), sound prolongations, blocks, interjections, and revisions, which may affect the rate and rhythm of speech
Episode 117: Gary Kent Best of Qavah Gary has been a part of the stunt industry since before there were stunt schools. In the 40 years he has worked in film, Gary has worked with Jack Nicholson, Penny Marshall, Alan Arkin, James Caan, Bruce Willis and Garry Marshall…those are just a few.
Episode 111: Clayton Moore Part 2 Clayton Moore was the very first African American man to be hired as a police officer in Fostoria, Ohio. This role led to much adversity that went all the way to the Supreme Court. It also brought about success in his life.
Episode 126: M. Legend Brown Part 2 M. Legend always just saw things differently. This was refreshing to many people … and irritating to others.M. Legend had one dream, and that was to make movies. His path to getting there involved homelessness, illness, loss, and adversity. But on the other side of it all, he found himself producing films and winning awards for them. His life path started with him making up stories for anyone - or anything - who would listen.
Episode 125: M. Legend Brown Part 1 M. Legend always just saw things differently. This was refreshing to many people … and irritating to others.M. Legend had one dream, and that was to make movies. His path to getting there involved homelessness, illness, loss, and adversity. But on the other side of it all, he found himself producing films and winning awards for them. His life path started with him making up stories for anyone - or anything - who would listen.
Episode 122: Vashti Hassanizadeh Best of Qavah Vashti Hazzanisedeh came from a lineage of people who had been displaced. Her own parents were born in Trinidad and Tobago, but their families had been brought from India as indentured servants. Vashti’s path took her from Trinidad to the United States, but unlike her parents, she found freedom.
Episode 118: Omar McGee Best of Qavah Omar McGee shares how his life went from living in Park Villa to Los Angeles. “My brother would just introduce me to Black powerful people and I would really like Martin Luther King books Bill Russell Michael Jordan just all these books and books and books and I would just read read read read play basketball all day no girls know anything I was just totally focused and that’s how I you know got my life back together”
Episode 113: Brandi Patterson Part 1 Brandi Patterson wanted stability in her life. And a Bible in a jail cell was the closest she’d ever gotten to that. Brandi grew up in a suburb of Dallas with 2 parents and a seemingly “normal” family. Her parents believed in discipline… maybe a little too much.
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