Gary Fish founded Deschutes Brewery in downtown Bend, Oregon in 1988. It began as a small pub that focused on handcrafted food, house-brewed beer and the purpose of bringing people together. Under Gary's leadership, Deschutes Brewery has grown to become the 10th-largest craft brewery in the United States.Deschutes BreweryOld Mill District in BendFlagship on the River: A Deschutes Brewery Documentary - YouTubeBowling Alone: The Collapse and Revival of American Community, by Robert PutnamThe Third Place - WikipediaGary Fish Interview - Beer AdvocateThe Bend Ale TrailFollow Deschutes on Instagram: @deschutesbrewery----------Are you a fan of Where We Go Next? Listen to the very end of this episode for details.Email: email@example.comInstagram: @wwgnpodcast
Chapter 1 What's Bowling AloneBowling Alone: The Collapse and Revival of American Community is a non-fiction book written by Robert D. Putnam. It was first published in 2000 and has since become a widely influential work in the fields of sociology and political science.The book focuses on the decline of social capital in the United States over the past several decades. Social capital refers to the networks of relationships and trust that exist within a community, enabling cooperation and collective action. Putnam argues that there has been a significant decrease in social capital, as evidenced by the decline in participation in civic organizations, religious groups, and social clubs.The title "Bowling Alone" is a metaphor for this decline in social capital. Putnam highlights the fact that even though the number of people who bowl has increased, the number of people who participate in organized bowling leagues has significantly decreased. This signifies a shift from communal activities to individualistic pursuits, leading to a decrease in social engagement and a breakdown of community bonds.Putnam also examines the consequences of this decline in social capital, including its impact on political participation, health outcomes, crime rates, and economic development. He suggests that the decline in social capital is detrimental to both individuals and society as a whole, and offers various policy recommendations for reviving and rebuilding social capital."Bowling Alone" has been widely discussed and debated, sparking conversations about the importance of social connections and community building. It has also influenced academic research and policy discussions on topics related to social capital, civic engagement, and the changing nature of American society.Chapter 2 Why is Bowling Alone Worth Read"Bowling Alone" by Robert D. Putnam is worth reading for several reasons:1. Insight into social capital: Putnam explores the decline of social capital in American society, emphasizing the importance of social connections and how they contribute to overall well-being. He presents evidence of the decline of social trust, civic engagement, and community involvement, and discusses the impact on individual lives and society as a whole. This analysis offers a unique perspective on the challenges faced by modern societies.2. Thorough research: Putnam extensively researched and gathered data on various aspects of American society, including historical trends, surveys, and case studies. The book is filled with statistical evidence, providing a comprehensive understanding of the decline in social capital and its causes. This research approach adds credibility to the arguments presented in the book.3. Societal implications: "Bowling Alone" goes beyond a mere analysis of the decline in social capital and explores its broader implications. Putnam connects the decline to various social and economic issues, including economic inequality, political polarization, and decreased well-being. By illustrating how the decline in social capital affects different aspects of society, the book encourages readers to think critically about societal challenges and potential solutions.4. Thought-provoking ideas: Putnam raises thought-provoking questions about the nature of community, trust, and societal connectedness. He offers insights into why people are becoming more disconnected from one another and suggests potential strategies to address the decline in social capital. These concepts can spark meaningful discussions and inspire readers to reflect on their own communities and roles within them.5. Timeless relevance: While "Bowling Alone" was published in 2000, its central themes and concerns remain relevant today. The...
Fashion shows have a deep rooted history in Black American culture. While we didn't invent fashion shows, we have surely used them to celebrate our beauty, support our causes, make political statements and so much more. In this episode, Taniqua shares a brief overview of the history of these shows in Black communities and how it's impacted the culture. Follow us on IG: @blackfashionhistorypodcast @taniquarudell Episode Sources/Further Reading: 1. African Americans and Consumerism 2. Socialite Mollie Moon Used Fashion Shows to Fund the Civil Rights Movement 3. Irvin C. Miller's Brown Skin Models Big Hit in Cleveland 4. The Great Migration and Fashion Shows in Black Communities 5. The History Behind Harlem's Fashion Shows 6. Dorothea Church, 83; First Black Model to Work for French Designers 7. Fashion and Consciousness 8. The Fashion Show that Helped Launch a Movement 9. A Lesson in Black Fashion History 10. Black Power Dressing
Follow On The Margin On Spotify: https://spoti.fi/46WWQ6T Follow On The Margin On Apple Podcasts: https://apple.co/3UsnTiM Follow Blockworks Macro On YouTube: https://bit.ly/3NKpujX -- On todays episode Neil Howe, Author of The Fourth Turning & his latest book The Fourth Turning Is Here joins the show for a wide ranging discussion on the current generational cycle America finds itself in amidst the crisis phase of the fourth turning. We dive deep into understanding the origins of a fourth turning, the economic & societal cycles throughout history rebuilding institutions. To hear all this & more, you'll have to tune in! -- Referenced In The Show: The Fourth Turning Is Here: What the Seasons of History Tell Us about How and When This Crisis Will End: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/1982173734/ The Fourth Turning: An American Prophecy - What the Cycles of History Tell Us About America's Next Rendezvous with Destiny: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/0767900464/ https://www.fourthturning.com/ Bowling Alone: The Collapse and Revival of American Community: https://www.amazon.co.uk/Bowling-Alone-Collapse-American-Community/dp/0743203046 The Moral Equivalent of War: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bbNFKgNoWc0 -- Follow On The Margin: https://twitter.com/OnTheMarginPod Follow Neil: https://twitter.com/howegeneration Follow Michael: https://twitter.com/MikeIppolito_ Follow Blockworks: https://twitter.com/blockworks_ -- Research, news, data, governance and models – now, all in one place. As a listener of On The Margin, you can use code "MARGIN10" for a 10% discount when signing up to Blockworks Research https://www.blockworksresearch.com/ -- Use code MARGIN30 to get 30% off Permissionless 2023 in Austin: https://blockworks.co/event/permissionless-2023 -- Timestamps: (00:00) Introduction (01:27) Origins Of The Fourth Turning (12:38) Research Ad (13:28) The Economic & Societal Cycles Throughout History (21:38) Rebuilding Institution's During A Fourth Turning (33:28) Permissionless II Ad (34:40) Internal vs External Conflict During A Fourth Turning -- Disclaimer: Nothing discussed on On The Margin should be considered as investment advice. Please always do your own research & speak to a financial advisor before thinking about, thinking about putting your money into these crazy markets.
Exploring the Disproportionate Risk and the Importance of Water Safety Education. In the United States, drowning incidents claim the lives of thousands of people every year. Shockingly, the fatal drowning rate among Black/African-American children is three times higher than that of white children. This alarming disparity highlights a critical issue that demands our attention. In this blog post, we delve into the dangers of drowning within the African American community, examining the disparities, exploring the data from the CDC, and shedding light on the situation in Jacksonville, Florida. Join us as we explore the impact of historical denial, the importance of swim lessons, the availability of public pools, and the efforts being made to address this urgent issue. Drowning Disparity Data: According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), nearly 10 accidental drownings occur in the U.S. every day. The fatal drowning rate among Black/African-American children is three times higher than that of white children. A recent national study conducted at Ys by the USA Swimming Foundation and the University of Memphis revealed that 64 percent of Black/African-American children cannot swim. Historical Denial and Segregation: The denial of swimming skills to Black Americans has a deep-rooted history, especially during the era of segregation. Access to swimming pools and swimming lessons was often denied to Black individuals, perpetuating a lack of water safety knowledge and skills within the community. Importance of Swim Lessons: - Providing access to swim lessons and water safety education is crucial in addressing the drowning disparity. - Swim lessons empower individuals with the necessary skills and knowledge to stay safe in and around water. - By focusing on swim lessons, we can equip Black/African-American children and their families with the tools to prevent drownings and promote water safety. Public Pool Availability: - The availability of public pools plays a vital role in addressing the water safety challenges faced by the African American community. - Many public pools are located in marginalized neighborhoods, making them accessible to those who need them the most. Community Collaboration and Advocacy: - Solving the water safety challenges requires collective effort and community collaboration. - Empowering the African American community with water safety knowledge and skills is essential in reducing drowning incidents. - Local initiatives and programs can be developed to provide affordable or free swim lessons to those who may not have access otherwise. - Collaborations with community centers, schools, and churches can help reach a broader audience and make swim lessons more accessible. Importance of Parental Involvement: - Parental involvement and education play a crucial role in preventing drownings. - Parents should be encouraged to enroll their children in swim lessons and educate themselves about water safety practices. Follow The Contrast Project online: ** https://www.thecontrastproject.tv/ ** https://www.facebook.com/TheContrastP... ** https://www.instagram.com/the_contras... ** https://twitter.com/ContrastProjTV ** / @thecontrastproje... ** The Contrast Project Lounge Podcast is proudly created in part using the Riverside.fm platform. By using this link you are helping to support this show. Thank you so much: https://bit.ly/3BH3q2t #DrowningDisparities #WaterSafetyEducation #DrowningPrevention #CulturalBarriers #CommunityOutreach --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/the-contrast-project/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/the-contrast-project/support
Learn why ADHD is routinely under-diagnosed in African-American children due to stigma, mistrust of the medical community, and other factors from Cheryl Hamilton, Ed.D. — and how untreated ADHD increases risk for poor academic and social outcomes.
In this episode we are sitting down with Matt Meals, the newest addition to Verdunity's engineering team. He and Kevin discuss Matt's journey to Verdunity, and his perspective on how land use fiscal analysis gives cities the education they need to plan for communities to take root, as well as how it empowers citizens to take active roles in shaping the future of their communities. Throughout the interview, Matthew emphasizes the importance of context and community in engineering and design, and shares how his passion for environmentalism and sustainable energy led him to where he is today. Matt Recommends:Bowling Alone: The Collapse and Revival of American Community by Robert Putnam
Help Stop The Genocide In American Ghettos Podcast is a platform for ordinary law abiding citizens from Emmanuel Barbee friends list and from his social groups who are emerging artists, allied healthcare professionals, church leaders, and upcoming entrepreneurs to promote their products and services to people from the podcast community. This no holds-barred talk show focus on promoting grassroots advocacy, business, finance, health, community-based solutions, employment and Christianity which speaks to the interests of our listeners. Broadcasting on multiple social networks throughout the United States and around the globe. This show will provide insight on how our creative abilities can be used to create tangible change in our communities. These are not just online groups for me to sell my book but rather groups for us to build our own network so we can support one another. --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/emmanuel-barbee/message
One-on-one therapy isn't meeting the mental health needs of the Asian American community. KPBS looked at the role ancient cultural practices play in Asian Americans' healing journey.
“Join or Die.” It's the urgent title of a new documentary about “America's civic unraveling,” as the filmmakers describe it, arguing that the country's long decline in community connections is undermining America's democracy. The film centers around the research of Robert Putnam, the retired Harvard social scientist, whose book “Bowling Alone: the Collapse and Revival of American Communities,” arguably changed America's understanding of the importance of community. "There are two different kinds of consequences of our social connections, or of the absence of social connections. One set has to do with how being a loner affects us personally," said Robert Putnam. "The title of the film 'Join or Die,' refers to that set of consequences, because it's quite clear. And I made this [point] originally in Bowling Alone while I was writing it 25 years ago. But it's now become even clearer. Your chances of dying over the next year are cut in half by joining one group, cut in three quarters by joining two groups. In other words, there are major physical and many other effects on you personally, if you become isolated." Now, decades since "Bowling Alone" was published filmmakers take another look at the decline in social connections and how a loneliness epidemic has contributed to the decline. "It was an opportunity to zoom out a little bit, and not just cover the symptoms, but really look at what are these root causes," said Rebecca Davis, co-director and co-producer of Join or Die."I also felt in the news we were doing a lot of stories about 'this is bad, this is bad,' but not nearly enough about what can we do and where we can look for hope." GUESTS Robert D. Putnam, former Malkin Research Professor of Public Policy at Harvard University, author of 15 books including Bowling Alone: The Collapse and Revival of American Community, and The Upswing: How America Came Together a Century Ago and How We Can Do It Again Rebecca Davis, co-director and co-producer of Join or Die
"Dare To Soar" as Dr. RC recognizesÂ Mental Health Awareness Month by speaking withÂ National Officers from the NABSW (National Association of Social WorkersÂ and ABPsi (Association of Black Psychologist)Â organizations who willÂ have an engaging conversation aboutÂ "Creating Mental Health Awareness within theÂ African American Community".
Grabbing into a bag full of community-building opps, a fantastic celeb memoir, unhinged TikTok content, a hair-removal tool we're into, tulip hacks, and….juice marketing? Our adventure at Peoplehood—more on that here—has us adding Bowling Alone: The Collapse and Revival of American Community by Robert D. Putnam to our reading list and thinking long and hard (too long, too hard?) about Amanda Mull's piece for The Atlantic on Bed Bath & Beyond's closing. File Tell Me Everything: A Memoir by Minka Kelly alongside Demi Moore's Inside Out. Check out the hashtag #Unhinged7thheaven on TikTok for a wild ride. We endorse: Tweezerman's Smooth Finish Facial Hair Remover, this trick that makes tulips stand tall, and the copywriting going on over at Eager. Thoughts on sharing contacts…or anything at all? Hit us up at 833-632-5463, firstname.lastname@example.org, or @athingortwohq—or join our Geneva! For more recommendations, try out a Secret Menu membership. This episode may contain paid endorsements and advertisements for products and services. Individuals on the show may have a direct, or indirect financial interest in products, or services referred to in this episode. Get professional counseling with BetterHelp and take 10% off your first month with our link. Slip into SKIMS Fits Everybody and get free shipping on orders over $75. Give Bad on Paper a listen—if you like this podcast, you'll like that one. YAY. Produced by Dear Media
On this episode of This Thing Called Life Podcast, host Andi Johnson is going to talk to Shelly Sherman and Stephanie Jackson. They are discussing kidney health and an exciting new project that is being launched to shed light on kidney disease as well as prevention. No doctor or medical expert will kill you for your organs; In fact, no medical professional is aware of your donor status until your death is declared. Tune in for more information! Episode Highlights: Host Andi Johnson has a few big asks. Will you join us and be a part of this interconnected life sustaining community by registering to be an organ, eye, and tissue donor? Will you make the commitment to become more educated about living donation and championing the donation cause? Shelly is associated with the Cincinnati, Ohito chapter of The Links, Incorporated and she served as the Health and Human Services Facet Committee chair. The Ohio central chapter was granted an award by Baxter International for increasing the awareness of kidney health in the communities in which Shelly lives and primarily in the African American community. What is GFR? Shelly has been working hard in the community to make sure people know where they are regarding their GFR, which lets them know how well their kidneys are functioning and what they can do to maintain kidney health. The Links organization was founded in 1946 on the premise of friendship, and Shelly wants to uplift and elevate people by providing health information. Stephanie and Shelly first met through collaboration with The Center For Closing the Health Gap. Shelly had goals in mind based on the grant they received regarding the number of people that they needed to touch and the number of community partnerships that they needed to do. Shelly and Stephaine share the experiences they have had with training sessions and connecting in the community. They hope people will continue to listen to the podcast and continue doing some things and spreading the word in their communities. When people are ill, you can see it on their skin and eyes. You can notice the effects of kidney and liver illness on the skin and other body systems. Garlic is great for decreasing inflammation; It has Vitamin C, Vitamin B6, and Manganese, a great alternative for your seasoning. If you want to decrease your psyllium, you can add more garlic, which is great for your heart and your kidney. The one thing is to avoid canned and packaged chicken breast because those can contain sodium and other preservatives. Raising awareness and making small changes goes such a long way in promoting healthier lifestyles. There is a great ripple effect too when you share information like this with those in your family and circles. 3 Key Points: Blueberries are an important food for kidney patients. They serve as antioxidants and are very good for healing. In addition, they help your body to increase urination. People talk about dialysis and transplant, and these are things that you want to avoid. By opting for a healthier lifestyle and changes in the food you eat, you can do that. There are so many ways you can just move your body, and Stephanie always tells people 15 to 20 minutes is sufficient. Make sure that your body is doing something that it doesn't do every day. Tweetable Quotes: “Whatever we are putting in our body, the body is going to use, and if we don't put in things that our body can use, then our body is not going to be able to function the way it's supposed to.” – Stephaine “Your body does need fat but only healthy fats because it helps everything stay lubricated and work well in all facets.” – Stephaine “So much of what happens to us is preventable, and a lot of it is due to a lack of information that is sometimes missed in our community.” – Shelly “Sometimes, we do have a mistrust of the medical systems, and we don't get some of the information that we need to have, but we can share it and start to educate each other.” - Shelly Resources Mentioned: LifeCenter | Website | Facebook | Instagram | YouTube| Twitter Andi Johnson website |LinkedIn Organ Donation Website https://www.cincinnatilinks.org/black-kare-initiative https://www.facebook.com/CincinnatiLinks https://www.instagram.com/cincinnatilinks/ https://www.yoursweetestlife.com/ https://www.facebook.com/yoursweetestlifewithstephaniej https://www.instagram.com/yoursweetestlifewithstephaniej/
Tune in to the "Let's Talk" Conversation series, as I have an amazing conversation with my special guest, Ty Roberts, a Certified Doula. This episode is very intriguing, and one you don't want to miss out on. As you listen, you can hear her as she provides insight and shares her experience with how she arrived at this place of being certified, and realizing the importance of Doulas in the African American/ Black and Brown communities. But most of all, having doulas who look like and represent the community. About Ty Roberts: She is the mother of 4 young ladies, and the grandmother of one, beautiful granddaughter. She is the founder and CEO of Gennisi Charitable Birthing Services and Miracle V. Birth Concierge. a certified birth and postpartum doula, in Knoxville, TN! Ty developed a love for all things pregnancy, birth, and newborn from a very early age. Although she serves all birthing people, she is incredibly passionate about serving the African American community and bringing awareness to the care pregnant African American women need and deserve during this special time. In addition, I encourage women to become stronger advocates and make more informed Healthcare choices. Ty's heart's desire is for women to have empowering birth experiences that leave them safe, supported, and surrounded by love and compassion through passionate Doula care. Credentials: Professionally Trained & Certified Birth Doula - ProDoula Certified Doula Instructor & Childbirth Educator - ProDoula Certified Postpartum Doula & Placenta Encapsulator - Women's Choice Perinatal CPR Certified (Adult & Pediatric) - American Red Cross Member of National Black Doula Association Member of Tennessee Maternal Health Task Force Knox Birth Equity Alliance Board Member for Postpartum Support International For more information about Ty, and Black/Brown Doulas, follow her on her socials: Faceboook: https://www.facebook.com/tygfisher IG: https://www.instagram.com/tychy40/ https://www.instagram.com/miraclevbirthconcierge/ Websites: https://www.miraclevbc.com/ https://www.gencharities.org/ Don't forget to share. like. tag. repost. Help ME get the word out about "It's Me, E.Marie" Podcast. Follow me on: Faceboook: https://www.facebook.com/ebony.petty1 IG: https://www.instagram.com/thee_emarie/ TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@thee_emarie #encourage #inspire #uplift #empower #kingdomambassador #Kingdomfocused #blackdoulas #blackbirth #blackliving --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/its-me-emarie/message
In this final episode of the series Miyanovich and Yamane cover: the realities of both intra-racial and inter-racial violence, the combining of both vectors of violence in the Asian-American community, the point that gun violence only needs to seem to be on the rise for gun curiosity to increase, and how all technologies reflect the light and dark aspects of the human condition.
In part 3 of this series Miyanovich and Yamane discuss Yamane's experience with the reaction to the Half Moon Bay shooting, incidents of workplace violence, some basic statistics about violence in the Asian American community, the emotional realities of the Asian American male, David's relationship with his father, and Americans now lashing out using the mass shooting cultural script.
In part 2 of this series, Miyanovich and Cheng discuss: problem solving from the inside of the gun reality, polarized perceptions, breaking Asian-American molds, tribal first / logic second, Asian-Americans being in touch with their emotions, and the importance of mental healthcare.
Welcome to a new quarterly feature of The Russell Moore Show: all about books! The enthusiastic listener response to the “Best of Books 2022” episode encouraged Russell and producer Ashley Hales to share their recent reads more often. Tune in for a conversation that celebrates reading widely while also going deep into a few books, specifically Looking for the Hidden Folk by Nancy Marie Brown. This episode delves into the tendency to praise or criticize people based on their generation, the effect of social media and influencers, and genre-bending works by both Christian and secular authors. Books discussed on this episode include: Looking for the Hidden Folk: How Iceland's Elves Can Save The Earth by Nancy Marie Brown The Lord of the Rings by J. R. R. Tolkien A Secular Age by Charles Taylor His Dark Materials by Philip Pullman The Chronicles of Narnia by C. S. Lewis The Aftermath: The Last Days of the Baby Boom and the Future of Power in America by Philip Bump The Old Ways: A Journey on Foot by Robert Macfarlane The works of Eugene Peterson Bowling Alone: The Collapse and Revival of American Community by Robert D. Putnam The Influencer Industry: The Quest for Authenticity on Social Media by Emily Hund Speaking of books, pre-order Russell's new title, Losing Our Religion: An Altar Call for Evangelical America, here! Do you have a question for Russell Moore? Send it to email@example.com. Ashley Hales is the producer of The Russell Moore Show, founder of Willowbrae Institute, and an author. Find out more at aahales.com. Click here for a trial membership at Christianity Today. “The Russell Moore Show” is a production of Christianity Today Executive Producers: Erik Petrik, Russell Moore, and Mike Cosper Host: Russell Moore Producer: Ashley Hales Associate Producers: Abby Perry and Azurae Phelps CT Administration: Christine Kolb Social Media: Kate Lucky Director of Operations for CT Media: Matt Stevens Production Assistance: coreMEDIA Audio Engineer: Kevin Duthu Coordinator: Beth Grabenkort Video Producer: John Roland Theme Song: “Dusty Delta Day” by Lennon Hutton Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
In Part 1 of this series, Miyanovich lays down a summary of both The Monterey Park and The Half Moon Bay Shootings and mentions the contributions of Dr. Manny Tau. Cheng and Miyanovich then go on to discuss the topics in the title as well as: polarization in America, rewarding extremity, America hitting rock bottom, Cheng standing by his Asian heritage and much more.
Author Bushra Rehman discusses her novel, Roses in the Mouth of a Lion which is loosely based on her own girlhood growing up in a tightly-knit Pakistani American community in Corona, Queens and slowly opening up to her own queer identity. Bushra talks about her own upbringing and her desire to celebrate that community and show its many facets, her discovery of the larger world and the found family that she created especially through writing groups such as the South Asian Women's Creative Collective, Cave Canem, and Kundiman. We talk about her beginning her writing journey as a poet, her time as spoken work poet by night and poetry teacher by day, her desire to write fiction and the challenges that presented, and her editing, with Daisy Hernández, the ground-breaking anthology Colonize This!: Young Women of Color on Today's Feminism (which they have recently updated).
“Happiness is connected to how we are with what we have in front of us.”— Rabbi Rachel RosenbluthFalling midway through Adar, Purim celebrates the saving of the Jewish people in the Persian Empire, after a genocidal plot concocted by a rogue court official is thwarted by a brave young Jewish woman named Esther. During Adar, and particularly around Purim, we are meant to “increase in joy” — but in the absence of an “instant happiness” switch, how are we to obey this call, particularly during a period marked by increased stress, worry, and grief?This episode of the Living Jewishly Podcasts is an instalment of Sacred Time, a podcast about the healing art of the Hebrew calendar. Dr. Elliot Malamet sits down with therapist Idan Lumi and Rabbi Rachel Rosenbluth to explore the Jewish perspective regarding happiness, the importance of community, why material goods won't lead to true and lasting happiness, and the power of forgiveness.“Joy is cultivated. It's not just a feeling state.”— Rabbi Rachel RosenbluthThis episode discusses: How we may cultivate joy in the face of so much grief, pain, and tragedy around the world How we create community and connection through the celebration of PurimHow to turn a painful past experience into a transformative narrative, or a “good past”Guest:Idan Lumi is an international therapist, certified in “Beyond The Mind” Israeli therapy, and trained in trauma-informed therapy, imago, Hawaiian healing modalities, and myofascial bodywork. With 15 years of experience, his facilitation weaves eastern and western modalities with contemporary psychological needs to be both profound and practical. Highlights: 00:01 Intro00:50 Elements of joy & cultivating joy04:58 Happiness & meaningfulness10:43 Materialism & happiness17:03 Four Questions & “having a good past”21:01 Seeing the world with fresh eyes25:45 Creating community through Purim29:07 Drinking, substances & escapism32:46 Relationship between happiness & trauma37:08 Being present in the moment of grace39:58 Collective trauma & building safer systems41:32 Gender & trauma46:45 Purim & opportunitiesLinks:Man's Search for Meaning by Viktor E. FranklThe Art of Loving by Erich FrommFour Liberating Questions HERERewriting the Self: Psychotherapy and Midrash by Mordechai RotenbergBowling Alone: The Collapse and Revival of American Community by Robert D. PutnamThe Wisdom of Trauma HEREThe Art of Gathering: How We Meet and Why It Matters by Priya ParkerSchool of Living JewishlyTo get in contact or learn more about Living Jewishly: Visit our websiteFollow us on Instagram: @living.jewishly Watch us on YouTubeor send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Shalom!
Muhammad Sankari, lead organizer with the Arab American Action Action Network, joins Lisa Dent to talk about why a video showing Oak Lawn police officers repeatedly punching a 17-year-old boy during an arrest last summer is just a bigger example of the tense relations between the Arab American community and the village of Oak Lawn. A Cook […]
On this edition of Parallax Views, Jared Yates Sexton, host of The Muckrake Podcast and author of American Rule: How A Nation Conquered The World But Failed Its People, joins us to discuss his latest book The Midnight Kingdom: A History of Power, Paranoia, and the Coming Crisis. In The Midnight Kingdom Jared delves into the lies, paranoia, mythologies, and pursuit of power the undergirds the far-right movements that have become a worldwide concern in recent years due incident to the Jan 6th insurrection in Washington, D.C. and the similar uprisings/riots that happened in Brazil after Lula de Silva defeated Jair Bolsonaro to once again become that country's President. Among the topics discussed in this conversation: - Conspiracies, real and imagined; the far-right wing, conspiracy theories, and the conspiratorial view of history - What does the title The Midnight Kingdom refer to and how does it relate to the apocalyptic vision of the world presented by controversial Russian thinker Aleksander Dugin? - The crisis of institutional power in America today that elements of both the right and left are recognizing; neoliberalism, the neoliberal consensus, hyper-capitalism, and inequality - Jared's examination of cycles of history in The Midnight Kingdom and how it differs from, for example, right-wing operative Steve Bannon's preferred cycles of history theory known as "The Fourth Turning" - How power protects itself in a society - Paranoia as the basis for modern American society and conspiracy theories in modern American history - Real conspiracies, journalist Sarah Kendzior's They Knew: How a Culture of Conspiracy Keeps America Complacent, and the World Economic Forum in Davos - The destabilization of the middle class, the need for explanations for that destabilization, and how the right-wing offers that explanation through Grand Conspiracy Narratives - The targeting of vulnerable communities by the right-wing's brand of conspiratorial thinking - How ancient Rome ties into Jared's analysis in The Midnight Kingdom; imperial cults, social mythologies, and the fall of civilizations - How the history of Christianity, apocalypticism, and narratives of power figures into Jared's analysis; how bastardized religion is utilized to promote war, imperialism, patriarchy, racism, wealth inequality and more; Christian nationalism and white nationalism; Jared's evangelical Christian upbringing - People's desperation for meaning; the rise of evangelical Christianity as a political force in American life; atomization in neoliberal society and the rise of the far-right - The Republican Party is not a homogenous movement; the emergence of an anti-neoliberal, reactionary right-wing; the left and the right have different criticisms of the neoliberal society and prescriptions for dealing with the problems of neoliberal society - Operation Gladio and Operation Condor and the lack of a strong left in the U.S. - The idea of homo economicus, the hollow existence neoliberalism provides, the dog-eat-dog world mentality of neoliberal society, and the reality TV series Survivor - Christian nationalism, feudalistic ideas, hierarchical power, and theocratic control - The individual, the atomized society, Ronald Reagan and Margaret Thatcher as the PR front for neoliberalism in the 1980s, the book Bowling Alone: The Collapse and Revival of American Community, and the destruction of labor unions and class solidarity - Academia, specialized knowledge, and the working class's lack of access to that knowledge - Marjorie Taylor Greene's rhetoric about "woke" corporations; the lack of understanding about what communism is, what Karl Marx wrote, and what neoliberalism is; the right's ideas about the natural right and natural order; feudalism and the concept of the "Great Chain of Being"; eugenics and social Darwinism - Argument about "wokeism" and the problem of woke-washing by major corporations - Tucker Carlson and illiberalism, neoliberalism and authoritarianism, Friedrich Hayek and neoliberalism; and how the right-wing protects the powerful - The New Cold War between U.S. and China, American protectionism, the unraveling of globalization, and the end of "The End of History" - Tackling the criticism that Jared's book is anti-religion; why he disagrees with that assessment; the weaponization and bastardization of religion by systems of power for purposes of control ;Catholic converts and the TradCath phenomena; the value of spirituality; Traditionalism and right-wing mythologies; Ancient Aliens, Erich Von Daniken's Chariots of the Gods, and racialism - Explaining the rise of QAnon - A discussion of the Brazilian uprisings and the Jan 6th riots after Donald Trump lost the 2020 election to Joe Biden; the funding of these uprisings/riots by right-wing billionaires; the Proud Boys, the Oathkeepers, and right-wing paramilitary groups; the QAnon shaman, MAGA, and the belief of the rioters that they were saving the government from a "deep state" coup; how people are primed into QAnon, MAGA, and similar movements; how people are animated by mythologies that make them the heroes of their own story - Discussing the concept and idea of the deep state; technocracy and the administrative state; why Trump resonated with a portion of the American populace; authoritarianism and the desire to be part of something bigger than oneself - The problem with blaming "hillbillies" for the rise of the far-right - Pro wrestling, kayfabe, how WWE's "Montreal Screwjob" helps us understand the modern political moment, Hulk Hogan and the power of mythological storytelling, the pro wrestling-ification of television news and political media like Tucker Carlson, and political grifting - The culture war over M&M's and the illusion of ideology and rebellion in consumerism - Briefly discussing the movie Judas and the Black Messiah about Fred Hampton and the Black Panthers and its relevance - The concept of freedom on the left and the right; the left's pro-freedom, liberatory narrative - And more!
DR. MARTIN LUTHER KING, near the end of his life, told his good friend, HARRY BELAFONTE, I fear I may have integrated my people into a burning house. I invite special guests BABA AMIN OJUOK, founder of the Uhuru Academy, and serial entrepreneur, WILLIAM AGNEW, to discuss the good, the bad, and the ugly of INTEGRATION for the AFRICAN AMERICAN community. What were DR KING's biggest concerns about INTEGRATION? Why did our ancestors desire INTEGRATION? Are there aspects of INTEGRATION that can be celebrated? Are there current solutions for any of the ills of INTEGRATION? MENTAL DIALOGUE asking the questions America's afraid to ask. ALL I ASK IS THAT YOU THINK --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/montoya-smith/message
In this powerful season premiere, we sit down with Dave Lu, a technology industry leader who has made it his mission to fight discrimination against Asian Americans. From co-founding Stand with Asian Americans to producing '38 at the Garden' on Jeremy Lin, Dave's dedication to creating a better world for our children is truly inspiring. Tune in to hear his thoughts on: The importance of standing up for what's right The power of community Breaking through the "Bamboo Ceiling" by funding Asian-owned businesses through Hyphen Capital This is an episode you won't want to miss!" ========================================== This episode was generously sponsored by Zaya Health. Did you know that you might be able to get money back on therapy? Zaya Health has helped people get reimbursed thousands of dollars, even if their therapist doesn't take insurance. Check out Zaya Health today to see if you're eligible! ========================================== To get our FREE resource: 3 Ways to Reduce Burnout & Boost Well-being and subscribe to our newsletter, sign up for our mailing list! Ways you can support the show for FREE: Check out other episodes at colorofsuccesspodcast.com Share our content Join our communities on streaming platforms and social media to give your suggestions on guests and reflection questions: iTunes Spotify Google Podcasts YouTube Instagram LinkedIn Facebook Twitter ========================================== Full Bio: Dave Lu is a veteran in the technology industry, having worked for over two decades at big tech companies including Yahoo!, Apple, Cisco and eBay and founding two startups. In 2011, Dave created a community called Asian American Founders Circle which has grown to over 400 founders including Tony Su (DoorDash), Steve Chen (YouTube), Kevin Lin (Twitch) and many others. AAFC inspired the launch of Hyphen Capital, a syndicate focused on investing in Asian American founders that has invested over $25 million in over 80 startups. He most recently started a movement, authoring a letter condemning hate crimes against Asians that was signed by over 8,000 prominent business leaders and influencers including the CEOs of Google, LinkedIn, DoorDash, Former President George W. Bush, Andre Iguodala, and JJ Abrams. The letter was published as a full-page ad in the Wall Street Journal and has led to the launch of Stand with Asian Americans, a non-profit organization committed to fighting discrimination against Asian Americans. He recently produced a documentary short called ‘38 at the Garden' on Jeremy Lin that was acquired by HBO. Dave sits on the board of the Smithsonian Asian Pacific American Center with a mission to build an APA museum on the National Mall. Dave received his bachelor's degree in Finance from the University of Pennsylvania's Wharton School and his MBA from the Stanford Graduate School of Business.
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While votes are still being counted following last Tuesday's midterm elections in the US, there are a few things we can say with certainty. The anticipated Republican “red wave” failed to materialize, Democrats will hold the Senate, meaning Senator Menendez will remain Chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, and Greek American and Philhellenic candidates across the country had a great night. Endy Zemenides, HALC's Executive Director, joins Thanos Davelis to break down why these midterms were history defying, and why the Greek-American community and Hellenic interests were among the big winners.Read Endy Zemenides' latest in Kathimerini: US Election 2022: Winners, losers and what it means for the next two yearsYou can read the articles we discuss on our podcast here:Istanbul: Six dead, dozens wounded in Turkey explosionTurkey Accuses U.S. of Complicity in Istanbul Attack That Killed 6Kurdish militants deny Turkish claims they carried out Istanbul attackNew Commission assessment could slash debtGreek bond reopening raises €200 mln
Here is the final Episode of The Lacroix Library. Thank you Patrick for all the work you did on this project and thanks for the recommendations you've made. You're welcome back whenever you want!! French-Canadian Beginnings in an American Community - Lowell by Frances H Early - https://spectrum.library.concordia.ca/id/eprint/3320/1/NK46643.pdf Follow Patrick's Blog - http://querythepast.com/ Follow Patrick on Twitter - https://twitter.com/querythepast Acadian Archives Website - https://www.umfk.edu/offices/archives/ Acadian Archives Facebook Page - https://www.facebook.com/acadianarchivesumfk/ Don't forget to check out our Patreon for extra bonus content and a way to support the show - https://www.patreon.com/fclpodcast Check out our merch on Teespring – https://www.teespring.com/fclpodcast
Over the last several years, we've become more and more aware of the challenges and—let's face it—the inadequacies of the child welfare system. Disproportionality is real—the way in which families of color can be caught up in the system at rates that truly boggle the mind. And how about worker shortages, which are also real and tax those still on the front line. More than ever, child protective services has become the system of last resort for families failed by every other system. But what are we going to do about it? How do we address racial inequities within the system? How do we add youth voices and those with lived experience in a meaningful way into program planning? And how do we learn from the data what works and eliminate practices that clearly don't? We spoke with Christine James-Brown from the Child Welfare League of America about how we might reform and reimagine the child welfare system.Topics in this episode:Origin story (1:51)The problem with child welfare (3:07)Where to start (12:16)Neglect (16:52)Rebuild the system (19:05)Interesting strategies (24:56)Build trust (31:25)Child welfare workers (35:24)For more information (39:20)Links:Christine James-Brown, president and CEO, Child Welfare League of America, Inc.SNAP, Supplemental Nutrition Assistance ProgramBowling Alone: The Collapse and Revival of American Community, by Robert D. PutnamChapin Hall at the University of ChicagoFor more information about National Children's Alliance and the work of Children's Advocacy Centers, visit our website at NationalChildrensAlliance.org. Or visit our podcast website at OneInTenPodcast.org. And join us on Facebook at One in Ten podcast.Support the show
Good morning friends! We are back with another great discussion for you all today. We have Kimberly and Fermina of NAMI KDK with us for a great discussion about mental health in the African-American community. Let's get started, here's the news: - Saturday, October 15th will be a day of action and voter outreach. Join Representative Barbara Hernandez State Senator Karina Villa and Judge Bianca Camargo for Kane County Circuit Judge at Tredwell Coffee for two shifts, 11 am and 2 pm. The team will enjoy some coffee and knock on doors! Become part of the team and support our local leaders this election season. RSVP at this link: https://www.mobilize.us/karinavillaforstatesenate/event/522343/?link_id=0&can_id=f7e8870fc8ffddc3c65922dbcc6552df&source=email-come-join-me-october-1-3&email_referrer=email_1689177&email_subject=come-join-me-for-these-events - Saturday, October 8th from 11 am to 2 pm the Aurora Illinois Police Department and other law enforcement bodies will host the national Faith & blue weekend. The purpose of this event is to build bridges between law enforcement and the community with faith, resolution and reconciliation. This will take place at the Aurora Police Department, 1200 E. Indian Trail road here in Aurora. To learn more visit the website here: https://faithandblue.org/ - October 16th Marie Wilkinson Food Pantry is hosting their Fill The Bowls event at Gaslite Manor. This will be from 1 to 4 pm and will be a lot of fun! Raffles, a wine pull, live music and great company. For more information or to purchase tickets visit Marie Wilkinson's website here: https://mariewilkinsonfoodpantry.org/ What a great talk! Learning new things is always a blessing. We expect and welcome more growth, as a community. Be blessed! Subscribe to the show on YouTube at this link: https://www.youtube.com/c/GoodMorningAuroraPodcast The second largest city's first daily news podcast is here. Tune in everyday to our FB Live from 8 am to 9 am. Make sure to like and subscribe to stay updated on all things Aurora. Twitter: goodmorningaur1 Instagram: goodmorningaurorail Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/6dVweK5Zc4uPVQQ0Fp1vEP... Apple: https://podcasts.apple.com/.../good-morning.../id1513229463 Anchor: https://anchor.fm/goodmorningaurora #positivevibes #positiveenergy #downtownaurora #kanecountyil #bataviail #genevail #stcharlesil #saintcharlesil #elginil #northaurorail #auroraillinois #auroramedia #auroranews #goodmorning #goodmorningaurora #comedy #news #dailynews #subscribe #youtube #podcast #spotify #morningnews #morningshow #wednesday #NAMIKDK --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/goodmorningaurora/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/goodmorningaurora/support
Why are Credit Unions buying banks? Why are Credit Unions still getting a tax advantage that is from the last century? What are the banking trade groups actually DOING about it? At the current rate that credit unions are buying banks, it is a FAIR question. https://thefinancialbrand.com/news/bank-culture/credit-unions-buying-banks-how-the-deals-work-129003/
Pres Shauntee Burns-Simpson of the Black Caucus American Library Association joined us to discuss how the association continues to serve as an advocate for the development, promotion, and improvement of library services and resources to the nation's African American community; and provides leadership for the recruitment and professional development of African American librarians.To learn more, visit https://www.bcala.org/about-bcalaThis episode was originally recorded via video on facebook: https://www.facebook.com/AidynsBooks/videos/2925918724364797Free gift
Throughout America's history, its people formed churches, social and fraternal organizations, and neighborhood groups at an astonishing pace. When we talk about “American exceptionalism” this is what we're really talking about: the self-organizing community that solves its own problems. In second half of the 20th century, however, scholars and pundits have pointed to a decline in American neighborliness and propensity for joining civic organizations. Church attendance is down, social organizations are dissolving, and two-parent families are declining. What can the data on American attitudes toward community tell us about why this is happening? Today, I am pleased to welcome Ryan Streeter and Dan Cox to discuss the state of American communities. Streeter is a Senior Fellow and Director of Domestic Policy Studies at AEI. He studies topics of civil society, community, localism and religion. Dan Cox is the Senior Fellow in Polling and Public Opinion at AEI and the Director of the Survey Center of American Life. He specializes understanding American attitudes toward politics, youth culture, identity, and religion. We discuss highlights from AEI's fall American Community survey, which can be found on the AEI website. We'll also discuss their vocational journeys and professional lives and the role of civic engagement in building a happy and fulfilling life. Mentioned During the Episode https://www.aei.org/profile/ryan-streeter/ (Ryan Streeter) https://www.aei.org/profile/daniel-a-cox/ (Dan Cox) https://www.americansurveycenter.org/research/public-places-and-commercial-spaces-how-neighborhood-amenities-foster-trust-and-connection-in-american-communities/ (American Community Survey) https://www.hks.harvard.edu/faculty/stephen-goldsmith (Stephen Goldsmith) https://www.britannica.com/biography/Adam-Smith (Adam Smith) https://www.britannica.com/biography/David-Hume (David Hume) https://www.sciencedirect.com/topics/social-sciences/social-network-analysis (Social network analysis) https://www.pewresearch.org/ (Pew Research Center) https://www.prri.org/ (Public Religion Research Institute) https://www.aei.org/profile/karlyn-bowman/ (Karlyn Bowman) https://www.aei.org/research-products/book/the-moral-sense/ (The Moral Sense- James Q. Wilson) https://www.britannica.com/biography/Irving-Kristol (Irving Kristol) https://www.aei.org/press/press-release-in-memory-of-michael-novak-1933-2017/ (Michael Novak) https://www.aei.org/research-products/book/to-empower-people/ (To Empower People) https://www.jstor.org/stable/2111666?seq=1#metadata_info_tab_contents (Thermostatic Opinion) https://www.aei.org/politics-and-public-opinion/if-libraries-are-about-finding-the-truth-lets-be-honest-about-their-decline/ (Sam Abrams on public libraries)
In this episode, we chat with Grace Pai, Executive Director of Asian Americans Advancing Justice Chicago, about how her unique childhood influenced her sense of identity and career. We also talk about Advancing Justice | Chicago's role in passing the historic Teaching Equitable Asian American Community History (TEAACH) Act in 2021, ensuring that every public elementary and high school student in Illinois learns about the contributions of Asian Americans to the economic, cultural, social, and political development of the United States. We conclude with powerful words of advice about where Asian Americans who are interested in community organizing and social justice work can start.
In this episode, Rusha interviews Natalia Mehlman Petrzela, Natalia is a burst of energy, both professional, personal and physical. She is a historian of contemporary American politics and culture, an activist, as well as one of the most sought after fitness trainers in the country. She explains that the underlying ideology behind wellness is broadly appealing but can be claimed by conservatives and liberals alike, which makes it easy to sell. Listen as Natalia talks about how wellness is more than just the absence of illness, it encompasses a holistic approach to physical, emotional, and mental health. Key Highlights:[00:01 - 04:09] - Opening segmentRush introduces Natalia Mehlman Petrzela![04:10 - 13:44] – Seeking Out Social Interaction and Human Connection with ExerciseNatalia discusses how wellness has become commercializedCommercialization has led to wellness becoming inaccessible for many people Bowling Alone: The Collapse and Revival of American Community by Robert PutnamPeople seek out social interaction and human connection over digital alternatives[13:45 - 34:44] – The Obsession in Modern CultureBe deliberate about thinking about what's going to get people out the doorFitness culture has become a way to discipline the body[34:45 - 50:54] – The Politicizing of the Public-School SectorShe explains how equity and social justice are not being upheld when strict regulations are put in placePublic schools are essential and should be one of the first things to prioritize when it comes to keeping children healthy[50:55 – 58:21] - Closing SegmentThe challenges that America is facing with regards to wellness, and how structural changes are necessary in order to move forwardConnect with Natalia at her website, get her book: Fit Nation: The Gains and Pains of America's Exercise Obsession, Welcome To Your Fantasy Podcast, and Past Present Podcast! CRAVING MORE?What are you waiting for? Head to Alchemy of Politics; join the conversation and start a change reaction! Follow us on Instagram and Tik Tok.You can connect with Dr. Rusha on LinkedIn, Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter.Thanks for tuning in! If you liked my show, LEAVE A 5-STAR REVIEW, like, and subscribe!Share it with your friends, and family, and spark a conversation. Contribute, comment, and disagree.Remember: Solutions, not shouting.Tweetable Quotes: Natalia Mehlman Petrzela - "People are realizing that, home fitness is great, it's convenient, there are so many great things about it. I don't think it's going away; it is almost impossible to replicate what you get from being with other humans in space and moving together.”Natalia Mehlman Petrzela - "People are finding community through fitness, and it's not this purely individualistic project of self-improvement or physical improvement."Rusha Modi - “Access, opportunity, and inclusion. Those are the ways to move forward.”
May is Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month – AAPI for short. To observe it, Tanesha Tyler-Carr returns to the podcast to discuss Alzheimer's stats as they pertain to the AAPI population. As the programs and services coordinator for the Alzheimer's Association: Dallas and Northeast Texas chapters, she brings her expertise to discuss unique challenges within this group. According to the Alzheimer Association's 2021 Facts and Figures Report, the AAPI population is less likely than other groups to have Alzheimer's. However, only 18% are aware of Mild Cognitive Impairment (MCI). Despite prevailing views that forgetfulness is a natural part of aging, it could be a precursor to Alzheimer's and should be taken seriously. Senior Services Expert Lori Williams and Tanesha Tyler-Carr discuss such stats, along with: -AAPI attitudes around medical practitioners and research studies -Beliefs on aging and cognitive decline - Other fascinating facts and figures Tanesha emphasizes that it's important to be an advocate for your health and to know the warning signs of Alzheimer's and dementia as a first defense against the disease. Topics discussed: -Alzheimer's and dementia -Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders -Mild cognitive impairment -Clinical trials for Alzheimer's -Alzheimer's Association -AAPI community -Systemic racism Takeaways from this episode: -Nearly 45% of Asian Americans believe that medical research is biased against people of color. They may be wary of becoming “guinea pigs” for clinical trials due to a history of systemic racism and discrimination in the U.S. -The Alzheimer's Association partners with the National Asian Pacific Center on Aging to help people in the AAPI community understand their risk for Alzheimer's and other types of dementia, and to address stigmas and cultural concerns. -Korean Americans may be at risk due to lifestyle factors such as high alcohol and tobacco use. Language barriers may also limit access to healthcare and insurance. Resources mentioned in this episode: 083. The true economic impact of Alzheimer's Disease: 2022 Alzheimer's Disease Facts and Figures https://www.loriwilliams-seniorservices.com/aging-in-style-podcast/episode/29609f61/083-the-true-economic-impact-of-alzheimers-disease The Alzheimer's Association: Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders and Alzheimer's https://www.alz.org/help-support/resources/asian-americans-and-alzheimers 075. How brain fitness slows down dementia and Alzheimer's disease https://www.loriwilliams-seniorservices.com/aging-in-style-podcast/episode/3a1051ca/075-how-brain-fitness-slows-down-dementia-and-alzheimers-disease To suggest a topic, be a guest or to support the podcast please email Lori@Loriwilliams-seniorservices.com For more senior resources and to sign up to the newsletter please visit: https://www.facebook.com/LoriWilliamsSeniorServices/ https://www.instagram.com/theloriwilliams/ https://www.linkedin.com/in/theloriwilliams/ https://loriwilliams-seniorservices.com/aging-in-style-podcast/
Today on the show, I'm joined by Dr. Nicolas Grier, an Associate Professor of Practical Theology, Spiritual Care, & Counseling. Dr. Grier is also a mental health therapist and author.How do churches minister to the mental health of Black menThe stigma surrounding mental health and receiving help in Black CommunityCommon struggles that black men are facing today Early beginnings of Black PsychologyDr. Grier's view on APA's formal apology to people of color in promoting, perpetuating, and failing to challenge racism.Dr. Grier's Book, Care for the Mental and Spiritual Health of Black MenLinks and Resources:https://nicholasgrier.com/If you enjoy the podcast and want to support what we're doing via monthly subscription, go to www.patreon.com/hopeforanxietyandocdOne time gifts at: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/hopeforanxietyJoin our Facebook group: www.facebook.com/groups/hopeforanxietyandocd/Subscribe to our newsletter: https://hopeforanxietyandocd.com/Follow us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/hopeforanxietyandocdpodcast and like our Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/hopeforanxietyandocd for the latest updates and sneak peeks. Support the show
In today's era of uncertainty, trust has never been more important. This presents an opportunity for organizations and leaders to step up on important topics to drive change and foster meaningful connections with customers, employees, and communities. In this episode, host Gautam Mukunda is joined by Jeremy Skule, Chief Strategy Officer at Nasdaq and Guy Kawasaki, Chief Evangelist at Canva and former Chief Evangelist at Apple to discuss how to build brand trust through authenticity, transparency, and integrity. “Building up trust takes decades, years, at least. Losing trust can happen in a matter of seconds.” — Jeremy Skule Follow @GMukunda on Twitter or email us at WorldReimagined@nasdaq.com Literature Referenced: Bowling Alone: The Collapse and Revival of American Community, by Robert D. Putnam For more information on this episode's guests please visit: Nasdaq.com/world-reimagined-podcast Learn more about TDAmeritrade: https://www.tdameritrade.com/ https://www.tdameritrade.com/tools-and-platforms/trader-offering.html
In this episode, we are answering the listener-submitted questions with our guest host, Kevin Askew: What's the right thing to say? Black or African American? Do you have a question that you want to be answered on a future episode of The Inclusion 1st Podcast? Submit your question here. . . . Ready to dive in further? Check out all the places you can find us below: Top 5 Most Asked Questions On Anti-Racism Ask a question on anti-racism Follow us on Instagram Follow us on Facebook