Sahar Tai-Seale is a permaculture school designer and ecological planner, a nonprofit coordinator, a farmer and garden educator, an ex-model, and a psychosomatic healing practitioner.
Series - Leaving the Left for Liberty
What motivates a person to muster up courage in a time when it’s quite controversial to step out as an individual? And how many of us are there? Sienna Mae Heath has a plan to find out. In Free the People’s series, Leaving the Left for Liberty, Sienna talks with whistleblowers, dissidents, and other alternative voices who have left the culture of the political Left for more creative freedom, professional freedom, and personal freedom.
This series is also available as a podcast on your app of choice.
Jacqueline Claire concerns herself with the moral downfall of society while creating a homestead for her growing family.
Jacqueline Claire is a painter, illustrator, storyteller, and a dear friend of the show’s host, Sienna Mae Heath. During part 1 of the interview, Jacqueline discusses co-creating art as an individual and homesteading with her husband in small-town Texas.
As human rights advocates, The Sonic Universe is recognized for their performance at Defeat The Mandates in Los Angeles in 2022 and for their TikTok video address calling on humanity with over a quarter-million views.
Dr. James Coates is the pastor-teacher at GraceLife Church of Edmonton in Alberta, Canada. In 2021, James was arrested for opening his church in violation of COVID-19 restrictions.
Jo Rose is releasing an interview series with New Yorkers from all walks of life who faced discrimination during the pandemic.
Jo Rose is a medical freedom activist, former New York City Department of Education employee, and survivor of narcissistic abuse. Liberating herself from mental slavery, her activism has taken her from the streets of New York to the Defeat the Mandates rally in Los Angeles.
Kyle used to post black squares in support of BLM, but then encountered Jordan Peterson and announced in a viral Tweet that he had fundamentally changed his perception.
Leslie Elliott decided to go public in October 2022 and expose how ideology is corrupting the fields of mental health and higher education.