The Politics of Living - Episode 4

Produced by: 
KBOO
Air date: 
Wed, 06/07/2017 - 9:00am to 10:00am
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Debra Gianinni

June 7, 2017

On today's show:  

  • Dennise M. Kowalczyk talks with local author Becki Saltzman, about her most recent book: "Living Curiously - How To Use Curiosity to be Remarkable and Do Good Stuff"
     
  • Tave Fasce Drake & Brian Delaney discuss First Nations traditional culture, respect for all living things, and appropriation vs. appreciation with Josh Anderson.  Josh is the Cultural Delivery Leader of the Squ’amish Lil’wat Cultural Center in British Columbia.  Also, go to Peace, Love and Soup on KBOO to listen to the entire interview. 
     
  • Inessa Anderson talks with Cindy Surendorf, the exective director of the Charles Surendorf II Art Foundation.   Topics covered are: Cindy's recent art show at the Q Center, “How Do You See PEACE”, Cindy's work with Oregon schools, and community issues that are dividing our city, our country and how best to bridge those gaps with others.  
     
  • Debra Giannini
    Debra is a teaching artist, health practitioner and advocate based in Portland, Oregon. Her focus upon somatic healing, community-building, and transformation is underpinned from by the tenets of bioregional adaptation and arcology (architecture + ecology)  and her tools are cultural: art, film, dance, spoke word and music - See more at: http://kboo.fm/program/politics-living#sthash.60jlTjX0.dpuf
    Debra Giannini
    Debra is a teaching artist, health practitioner and advocate based in Portland, Oregon. Her focus upon somatic healing, community-building, and transformation is underpinned from by the tenets of bioregional adaptation and arcology (architecture + ecology)  and her tools are cultural: art, film, dance, spoke word and music - See more at: http://kboo.fm/program/politics-living#sthash.60jlTjX0.dpuf
    Debra Giannini
    Debra is a teaching artist, health practitioner and advocate based in Portland, Oregon. Her focus upon somatic healing, community-building, and transformation is underpinned from by the tenets of bioregional adaptation and arcology (architecture + ecology)  and her tools are cultural: art, film, dance, spoke word and music - See more at: http://kboo.fm/program/politics-living#sthash.60jlTjX0.dpuf
    Debra Giannini
    Debra is a teaching artist, health practitioner and advocate based in Portland, Oregon. Her focus upon somatic healing, community-building, and transformation is underpinned from by the tenets of bioregional adaptation and arcology (architecture + ecology)  and her tools are cultural: art, film, dance, spoke word and music - See more at: http://kboo.fm/program/politics-living#sthash.60jlTjX0.dpuf
    Debra Giannini
    Debra is a teaching artist, health practitioner and advocate based in Portland, Oregon. Her focus upon somatic healing, community-building, and transformation is underpinned from by the tenets of bioregional adaptation and arcology (architecture + ecology)  and her tools are cultural: art, film, dance, spoke word and music.  - See more at: http://kboo.fm/program/politics-living#sthash.60jlTjX0.dpuf
    Debra Gianinni shares some thoughts about "One Good Thing",  by musician Anais Mitchell.  Written in 2004, it still applies today, and the song lyrics speak about "turning off the TV" and wanting to hear "one good thing" about the state of political affairs.

 

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Host:  Dennise Kowalcyzk

Producers:  Dennise Kowalcyzk and Inessa Anderson

Editor:  Liam Delta

Web:  Vicky Mazzone

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