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Two Women Leaving Their Legacies
Honors author Frances Moore Lappé and artist Betty LaDuke
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The Power of the Word
Writing support groups, Write Around Portland and Stories Alive.
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Author Andrew Harvey, with a compellingly specific model for “sacred activism.”
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Michael Shuman, a premier localism economist, and regional authority Professor Ric Holt.
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Neighborhood Food Projects
Southern Oregonians created the simplest neighborhood-based food project imaginable.
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David Suzuki: Still on Fire at 80
David Suzuki – Geneticist, public television host and perennial environmental activist.
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The Pipeline Rebellion
The 10-year struggle to stop a Canadian corporation from building a pipeline.
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Islam in our Communities - Part 2
Islamic scholar Steve Scholl of White Cloud Press gives us insight into the religion.
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Islam in Our Communities Part 1
What is Islam, and what is life like for people in our communities who follow its precepts
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Can We Talk
The ongoing efforts to get people communicating across the political divide.
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Kids in Their Place
L&C Professor Greg Smith and RCS teacher Ryan King discuss Place-Based Education (PBE).
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Katharine Hayhoe, Author Dean Walker, and Peter Melton, host of “Daring to Discuss”
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Good Humus and Fry Family Farms talk about the steep challenges to farming.
S5 Ep514 | 27m 56s
Tiny Houses Pt. 2
Advocates for the homeless are exploring tiny houses as a possibility for their movement
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Tiny Homes pt1
Tiny homes are growing! Part 1 of 2.
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Standing Up For Mental Health
A discussion about the ongoing struggles of mental illness.
S5 Ep511 | 27m 53s
Finding Our Way in the Woods
Finding balance among the economic, ecological, and social/recreational uses of our forest
S5 Ep510 | 27m 52s
Young People Who Mean Business
Josephine County Foundation finds ways to bring business to life for youngsters.
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On the Road with Yes!
Yes! Magazine editor Sarah Van Gelder set out in a small camper to rediscover America.
S5 Ep508 | 27m 55s
Giraffes Stick Their Necks Out
The Giraffe Heroes Project has been shining the light on people who stick their necks out.
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Same Community, Different Sexuality
Same-sex marriage is legal, but the social rift over homosexuality continues.
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For an End to Human Trafficking
Learn about the fastest-growing criminal enterprise in America--sex trafficking.
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Women Step into Their Power
Every one of us has a stake in the personal wellbeing of women.
S5 Ep504 | 27m 55s
Energizing Neighbors & Neighborhoods
Hands-on neighborhood projects have a way of lighting up the spirit of community.
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