What could be more scary, yet more rewarding, than turning to a stranger to say “hello”? In our society today, with the help of technology, we create a safe bubble that allows us to “communicate” at a safe distance. But is this real connection? As we move forward to find solutions to local and global problems we must find a way to reconnect in conversation and community. In this interview we speak with Cecile Andrew on her book the Living Room Revolution, her work in conversation circles and the joys of coming together in community.
In this interview I speak with two dedicated mom’s, Dara Weyna and Gina Schellhamer, who have been working under the guidance of the California Coalition for Health Choice, as well as, collectively with the grass roots movement in opposition of SB 277, the Senate Bill passing through committees to mandate vaccines for entrance into California schools and childcare facilities. What does this bill mean as far as parental rights and what would it do in practical terms? For more information on how to participate in the the movement for health choice go to: www.yourfamilyyourchoice.org
In our modern society we are abundant with technology but lack the basic support systems so badly needed for our children; particularly for girls who are still climbing the ladder to equality. Join us on The Transformation Highway this week with Kristen Rivers, of the Artemis Project, as she discusses the reasons why she is investing herself, heart and soul, to female youth empowerment. Thursday 2-3pm on KZSC (www.kzsc.org) http://www.artemis-project.com