Sienna Mae Heath 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.
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.
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Jodi Shaw is blowing the whistle on the racially hostile environment at Smith College.
Konstantin Kisin and Francis Foster host the TRIGGERnometry Show in London, England.
David Johnson entered the public light after bravely exposing the critical race theory ideology being pushed at Hasbro.
Jacqueline Claire is a painter, illustrator, and storyteller. The focus of her work is to empower audiences of all ages to develop a deeper connection to their spiritual reality.
Charles Eisenstein is an author and speaker who is making waves in the face of medical control.
Kayla Henry is wielding the power of the pen through pure poetry. She is the author of the poem “Parrhesia,” which went viral last year, pointing fearlessly to the corrupt power of government and the top-down control surrounding COVID-19.
Zach Vorhies is a Google whistleblower and a Project Veritas Insider. A former Senior Software Engineer, he says Google took a hard turn toward “authoritarianism” and began installing an “autocratic regime” of censorship in late 2016.
Zach Vorhies blew the whistle on Google’s push to create “a clean and regularly sanitized news corpus.”
Tricia Lindsay is a civil rights attorney in New York with a valuable perspective to offer on the vaccine mandates, the well-being of our children, parental rights, and freedom of religion.