Into the Dawn

Hosted ByAshley Rivard

Into the Dawn looks at all things taboo in society, such as suicide, grief, sex, money, illness, cultural codes, and more.

This podcast takes a look at all things stigmatized or taboo in societies, such as suicide, grief, sex, money, illness, cultural codes, and more. Each week, Ashley Rivard talks with modern people who have successfully investigated their areas of interest and discusses how they overcame adversity, as well as the ways in which they work to share their newfound wisdom with others.

Into The Dawn launched February 2020 and releases new episodes every other Monday. It can be heard on iTunes, Google Play, Spotify, and SoundCloud.

In its first 3 months, “Into The Dawn” was trending at #70 on iTunes in France.


All Episodes

Franky Carrillo – Wrongfully Incarcerated; the Life Lessons Learned

Franky Carillo was convicted in the 1991 shooting of Donald Sarpy. His conviction was reversed by the Los Angeles County Superior Court March 14, 2011, after he served twenty...

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Franky Carrillo - Wrongfully Incarcerated; the Life Lessons Learned
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Asha Ismail- Surviving female genital mutilation (FGM) and the repercussions

Asha Ismail is the Director of ONGD Save a Girl Save a Generation. She was born in a town in Kenya called Garissa, near the border of Somalia. Since...

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Asha Ismail- Surviving female genital mutilation (FGM) and the repercussions
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Dr. Kate Wolitzky-Taylor: Anxiety, Depression, PTSD and the Tools to Cope

Dr. Kate Wolitzky-Taylor is an Associate Professor in the Department of Psychiatry and Biobehavioral Sciences at UCLA. She is a clinical psychologist with nearly 20 years of expertise in...

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Dr. Kate Wolitzky-Taylor: Anxiety, Depression, PTSD and the Tools to Cope
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Paul VanDevelder: Being comfortable with being uncomfortable is a key to success

Paul is an author, investigative reporter, documentary film producer, syndicated columnist, journalist, and screenwriter. He has covered war zones, natural disasters, and presidential campaigns, including a well-received article for...

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Paul VanDevelder: Being comfortable with being uncomfortable is a key to success
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Ginger Pullman: Reiki Healing and Tarot Cards for Spiritual Healing

Ginger Pullman is a Los Angeles based tarot card reader and reiki/ spiritual healer. She comes from a long lineage of tarot card readers. In this episode we discuss:...

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Ginger Pullman: Reiki Healing and Tarot Cards for Spiritual Healing
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Jayne Amelia Larson – Losing a Loved One to Suicide and The Aftermath

Jayne Amelia Larson is an actress and voice-over artist, a creative content producer, and the author of the New York Times bestselling memoir Driving The Saudis published by Simon...

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Jayne Amelia Larson - Losing a Loved One to Suicide and The Aftermath
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Dr. Lois Lee – Sex Trafficking Revealed and How She’s Working To End It

Children of the Night is a privately funded non-profit organization established in 1979 by Dr. Lois Lee, who is the worlds leading expert in rescuing child sex trafficking victims....

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Dr. Lois Lee - Sex Trafficking Revealed and How She’s Working To End It
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Jerald G. Pryor: Being a Black Police Officer at This Pinnacle Time

Detective Jerald G. Pryor has been a Federal Police Officer for 15 years and is currently a Detective Lieutenant in Los Angeles, California. In this episode we discuss: What...

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Jerald G. Pryor: Being a Black Police Officer at This Pinnacle Time
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Elizabeth Carlisle: The Pressures to be Thin

Elizabeth J. Carlisle is originally from Silver Spring, Maryland. She was trained in classical ballet before becoming an actress. She is Emmy Abernathy on the new TV series, Rich...

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Elizabeth Carlisle: The Pressures to be Thin
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