This Week's Program: Wednesday, March 11, 2020


Join Host Tiokasin Ghosthorse as he welcomes back two guests—Kenn Orphan and Ukumbwa Sauti in an hourlong discussion about the fear that is currently gripping people and holding everyone in place across the planet. The three will discuss the impact on economies among other impacts and offer their thoughts on a post-Corona Virus recovery and the possibilities for a global awakening. KENN ORPHAN is an artist, writer, radical nature lover, weary but committed activist, and hospice social worker. Kenn writes about art and culture, socio-economic injustice, geopolitical issues, and the existential threats we collectively face from corporate capitalism, the war industry, climate change, and an ever imperiled biosphere. His work focuses on the desperate need for a global paradigm shift that fosters compassion for and solidarity with the suffering of humanity and the countless other species with whom we share this precious planet. Kenn blogs at The intent of his blog is to bear witness to the dire events unfolding around us without any pretense of false hope and to share insights and reflections through the transformative lens of solidarity. UKUMBWA SAUTI is an initiated Elder in the Dagara tradition from Burkina Faso in West Africa. He is a diviner, numerologist, and spiritual counselor. Ukumbwa is a Producer/partner at Moja Mediaworks, developing the World Ancestor Concert and facilitating social justice workshop experiences along with forwarding progressive messaging through online merchandising. He is presenting discussions and workshops through the Men’s Work initiative, engaging patriarchy and men’s violence against women and the LGBTQ community. He has taught cultural media studies and video production for 17 years in higher education. Ukumbwa also has been active in the Pan-African movement, Black Lives Matter and other anti-racism works and the Occupy/Decolonize to Liberate movements. He has presented at spiritual conferences and political events in the New England region, California and Barbados; and has been active in creating ritual work in the Boston, New York and Toronto, Canada.Ukumbwa can be reached for bookings and consultation on Facebook, Twitter, and email at Find his current work at, on Facebook and other Global Media Network platforms.