October 9, 2020

Episode 702

Hearing Isaiah; Favorite Places: UA Campus; Miles to Go; Just Listen: Empathetic Listening 101
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Hearing Isaiah
With the health of our planet challenged by climate change, novel viruses, population growth, and pressure on natural resources, young environmental leaders will have their hands full guiding future generations toward a safer, cleaner, and more unified world. Isaiah Haley is good reason for hope and optimism.

Favorite Places: UA Campus
The second in our series featuring southern Arizonan architects speaking thoughtfully and personally about a special building, place, or space in southern Arizona. Tatyana Bresler refers to the UA campus as “an opportunity for inspiration, a possibility to stretch the wings of imagination, and to glimpse into the intriguing future.”

Miles to Go
As medical doctors, Eve Shapiro and Paul Gordon know the American healthcare system from the inside out. In the summer of 2020, ahead of the US election, they took an epic trip on bicycles across the Midwest to talk to people about how the current healthcare system is working, and where it fails.

Just Listen: Empathetic Listening 101
How can we have healthy and transformative conversations about racial equality?...community leaders Sam Brown and Debi Chess have a suggestion…“Just Listen”.
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