The Soul Force Ones Podcast Releases Hilarious Animated Biden Trump Video πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚ on the Eve of the Election

Unable to freely travel, and too uncomfortable to road trip, I've had an insane amount of time alone with my thoughts these last seven months. I'm consumed by the election politricks,  the growing economic inequality and the never-ending struggle to end racial injustice.  One of the things that keeps me sane is listening to podcasts. 

A cool podcast I discovered recently is called  "Soul Force Ones" (SF1s).  Beyond the dope name-play, the podcast actually is pretty neat content wise. Its an out of the box podcast about all things that connect us, but with a focus on spiritual and career development. It also explores the purpose and making meaning and "CASH".  

Careers and Community
Activism and Authenticity
Spirituality and Soul Force
Healing and Hip Hop

It's hosted by MC Stoll and DJ Cole. In light of the upcoming election (PLEASE VOTE) they recently released a hilarious animated video we created about Biden (the band aid) and Trump (the spork). Check it out below:


 Soul Force Ones is a multi-dimensional metaphor with layered meanings that include our advocacy of shared oneness, discovery of universal truth and Rev. Dr. King’s declaration that “We must rise to the majestic heights of meeting physical force with soul force.” Season 2 is sponsored by the letter P and features different people of different faiths in different positions that start with "P" such as: a politician (Senator Sara Gesler), professors (Dr. Jeff Duncan Andrade, Dr.Anthony Pinn, Dr. Thomas Sharpton), university president (Dr. Freeman Hrabowski), pornstar (Candice Horbacz/Eva Lovia), and Parker Palmer.

The Duo
DJ Cole
colin cole is a PhD candidate in the Language, Equity, and Educational Policy Program at Oregon State University, studying the intersections of Hip Hop, language use, and identities of Latinx youth in the Pactific NorthWest. colin is an educator, animal shelter volunteer, student of Hip Hop, mate drinker, and runner. Before leaving Buenos Aires to pursue a PhD in Oregon (oops), he studied Education in Quito, Ecuador and taught high school Spanish and Creative Writing on the central coast of CA. He thinks you should listen to Oddisee, Sa Roc, and Bambu.

MC Stoll
Jonathan Stoll has worked in higher education for 20 years. He is the director of career education at Oregon State University. Jonathan is co-owner of Soul Force Education, fiscally sponsored by Focusing Initiatives International, to provide organizations and the people leading them with tailored leadership and Justice, Equity, Diversity and Inclusivity trainings that empower them to manage change, respond to change and become agents of organizational, institutional and individual change that drives social change.

Before career coaching and integrating career education into the ethos of the university, Jonathan founded San Jose State University’s Cesar Chavez Community Action Center as an undergraduate student. At Cal State East Bay he oversaw the delivery of diversity programming and the facilitation of difficult conversations on equity and justice. He also organized large events featuring Kendrick Lamar, Lupe Fiasco, J.Cole, Dr. Cornel West and Kevin Hart. All of this is rooted in active resistance of the status quo for meaningful change. Jon is a member of the Corvallis Friends Meeting. His faith is inspired by the mysticism and animism of Taoism, Sufism, The Five-Percent Nation and indigenous practices that underscore a conviction that all is connected.

You can learn more about the podcast here:

Find them on Instagram and Facebook  @soulforceones


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