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Episode 1616: Nonviolent Communicatio...

Episode 1616: Nonviolent Communication with Karl Steyaert
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Following up on the work of Chris Moore-Backman and Ethan Hughes, I want to share this conversation with Karl Steyaert on Nonviolent Communication first recorded and aired two years ago, in April of 2014. A Center for Nonviolent Communication certified trainer, ¬†during our conversation he shares how using NVC can begin the work of restoring […]

Episode 1615: Conflict Transformation

Episode 1615: Conflict Transformation
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How would you like to have more peaceful relationships with others? You can, and though the work is not easy, the process is simple, and today Ethan Hughes shares with us how he and others put this idea into practice day to day at the The Possibility Alliance, as well as in the Permaculture Design […]

Episode 1614: Gandhian Nonviolence wi...

Episode 1614: Gandhian Nonviolence with Chris Moore-Backman
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Chris is a peace activist from Chico, California, who serves with the Christian Peacemaker Teams, recently returning from Palestine, ¬†and is the producer of the radio documentary series “Bringing Down the New Jim Crow,” which explores the movement to end the system of mass incarceration in the United States. Our conversation today is based on […]

Episode 1613: Philly Round Table, Par...

Episode 1613: Philly Round Table, Part 1
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My guests for this episode are Nate Kleinman of the Experimental Farm Network, Paul Glover the founder of Philadelphia Orchard Project, Robyn Mello of Philadelphia Orchard Project, and Kirtrina Baxter of Public Interest Law Center, in this first of the Philadelphia Round Table conversations, recorded earlier this year at Repair the World. During the discussion, […]

Episode 1612: Professional Permacultu...

Episode 1612: Professional Permaculture Education with Erik Ohlsen
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My guest for this episode is Erik Ohlsen, founder of Permaculture Artisans and co-founder and executive director of Permaculture Skills Center in Sebastopol, California. A previous guest on the show, he joins me today to examine the idea of what it means to gain a permaculture rooted education that takes our practices beyond an introductory […]

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