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Practicing Community:A Podcast About Who and How We Are Together.Practicing Community is less a 'podcast' and more a series of resources, stories, and conversations coming from the vast array of practitioners and changemakers working within and alongside the Youth Passageways network, forming our community of practice.Each month we examine one of the areas of focus from our larger work, share resources and current happenings, and round that out by hosting a conversation with a practitioner(s)doing relevant work. Through authentic dialogue, we encourage them to share their experiences of doing the work and how that often differs from the way we talk about how the work should or can be done, to get a real account of what it looks like to cast ones energy towards the regeneration of holistic culture and intergenerational community. Come join us in building the fabric of relationships, one step at a time, and engage in the beautiful and often messy process of practicing community!

Episódios

  • Practicing Community Ep 3: The Spirit of Wellness: A Conversation With Becky and Dallas Chief Eagle

    Practicing Community Ep 3: The Spirit of Wellness: A Conversation With Becky and Dallas Chief Eagle

    09/07/2018 Duração: 42min

    Practicing Community is less a 'podcast' and more a series of resources, stories, and conversations coming from the vast array of practitioners and changemakers working within and alongside the Youth Passageways network, forming our community of practice. This month, join Becky and Dallas ChiefEagle, Marisa Taborga Byrne, and Dane Zahorsky as they discuss Whole Person Wellness and how their work is to sustain and reconnect spirit in peoples lives is impacting and transforming their community! Health as a Whole Journey - About This Months Topic: Whole person Wellness is much more than the health of our individual mind, body, heart, and spirit. Yes, it’s all of those things, and also it is interrelated to place and community. There is a continual mutual exchange between our place on this earth and our unique way of being in the world. Expanding our view of Wellness can open a deeper connection with ourselves, with the land we call home, with the communities we are surrounded by. About This Months Guests:

  • Practicing Community Ep 2: Nature and the Me Problem: A Conversation with Larry Hobbs

    Practicing Community Ep 2: Nature and the "Me" Problem: A Conversation with Larry Hobbs

    03/05/2018 Duração: 53min

    Practicing Community is less a 'podcast' and more a series of resources, stories, and conversations coming from the vast array of practitioners and changemakers working within and alongside the Youth Passageways network, forming our community of practice. In this episode, we embark on a humbling and magic filled dialogue about life, our connection to wild places and the cathartic power of nature-based rites of passage with Larry Hobbs. From the High Arctic to the School of Lost Borders, the newly held 'Wayfaring Fast' as well as the many places in and between, there's something here for anyone and everyone! About This Months Guest: Larry has worked in a variety of both humanitarian and nature-based work throughout his lifetime. From a field biologist studying whales and dolphins to a psychotherapist working with individual and family systems to a teacher and naturalist leading wildlife expeditions worldwide, to years of Rites of Passage training at the School of Lost Borders. Larry has dedicated many ye

  • Practicing Community Ep 1: The Justice of Transformation: A Conversation with Kruti Parekh

    Practicing Community Ep 1: The Justice of Transformation: A Conversation with Kruti Parekh

    18/04/2018 Duração: 50min

    Practicing Community is less a 'podcast' and more a series of resources, stories, and conversations coming from the vast array of practitioners and changemakers working within and alongside the Youth Passageways network, forming our community of practice. This month, join Kruti Parekh, Marisa Taborga Byrne, and Dane Zahorsky as they discuss Transformative Justice and how Kruti’s work is expressed throughout her life and how it shows up in our community! About This Months Guest: Kruti Parekh has been working synergistically with young people and families in the most marginalized communities in both New York and Los Angeles for 18 years. Kruti’s experience includes adult ally at the Youth Justice Coalition, organizing to transform the juvenile and criminal injustice systems; director for youth programs, including YouthBuild, Teen Court, and Workforce Investment Act Programs as well as domestic violence accountability, workforce development, youth empowerment, youth leadership and wellness programs. She wou

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