Disarming Trauma: Healing Violence with Dr. Marty K. Casey
As Black Lives Matter and the movement to heal and transcend systemic racism and police brutality swells, we also need deep healing to release the trauma of violence in the mind, body, and soul. The UnGUN Institute is a model that engages the arts, deep connection, and communication of a common core language, to achieve positive outcomes for healthy relationships within communities. Learn more with Dr. Marty K. Casey
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Dr. Marty K. Casey, is a member of the Actors Equity Association (AEA) since 2006, and Founder and President of Show Me Arts Foundation, the first arts organization formed immediately following the unrest of Ferguson Missouri. Marty’s success has been acclaimed by numerous awards, interviews and acknowledgments including being featured on Beyoncé.com and recognized by this highly acclaimed artist for her work in the community. Marty currently serves as the St. Louis Regional Network leader for the National Association of Black Female Executives in Music & Entertainment®.
Amongst other career highlights, Marty sang the National Anthem for an audience of 30,000+ fans. She also completed a 12-year successful run as a national touring actress for Menopause: The Musical. In 2018, she was inducted into the United Nations as the first female Goodwill Ambassador of Peace in the Midwest. She received her first Honorary Doctorate and became an Ambassador for Shine Ministries Orphan children in Uganda, Africa. Marty has also written and produced a one woman show which was sponsored by AARP in February 2020 and sold out a 302-seat theater in Brooklyn, NY. She was given 2 standing ovations. She has written a 7-day self-help guide instructing individuals to journal their inner thoughts to help them tap into their own personal success. She is an Actorvist: A person with acting skill campaigning social change from the stage!
Healing the Racial Divide with Love with Pato Banton and Antoinette Rootsdawtah
Racism and racial injustice can no longer be ignored. It’s time to heal the wounds and trauma of racial divide. But how? If these times call for greater love, how do we turn that love into practical, tangible, and real healing steps for humanity? Listen in as renowned Grammy-nominated reggae musicians, and ordained minsters, Pato Banton and Antoinette Rootsdawtah, discuss healing the racial divide with Love.
Minister Pato Banton & his wife Antoinette Rootsdawtah are both world renowned and grammy nominated reggae musicians; Ordained Minsters for Christ Michael; Students, Teachers & International Ambassadors of The Urantia Book; Recipients of the “Unity Earth ~ Keepers Of The Flame Award”; Officially Appointed “Goodwill Ambassadors of the Golden Rule”; official members of the Evolutionary Leaders Circle, a dynamic and visionary project of the Source of Synergy Foundation; Members of the global United Religions Initiative and recent recipients of the “URI Hermes Award” for creative collaboration and communications with other Cooperation Circles around the world.
Most recently Pato was invited to the Los Angeles City Council Chambers and presented with the “Caribbean Cultural Heritage Award” in recognition of his ability to use music as a tool to engage diverse communities with a Message of Love! The State Of California Senate also awarded Pato with the “Las Rosas Honors” in recognition of his contribution to the arts and culture of the Caribbean and Central American Communities, jointly creating a richer and more diverse culture in the City of Los Angeles and the State of California.
Now based in Southern California, they continue to record and tour the world extensively, while simultaneously serving as a Teachers to their Fans, Friends & Spiritual Family”. Click here to stay in touch with Pato and learn more about his Global Ministry.