IS GENERATIVE CONFLICT POSSIBLE?
In this episode, host Deepa Iyer speaks with restorative justice practitioner Yuko Uchikawa about conflict resolution, accountability, and healing in movements and organizations.
FOLLOWING THE LEAD OF BLACK MIGRANTS
In this LGBTQ History Month episode, guest host Anna Castro talks with Rose Berry (Black LGBTQIA+ Migrant Project) about abolitionism and centering Black queer and trans migrants.
20 YEARS LATER, WE LOOK BACK AND CHART A PATH FORWARD
On the 20th anniversary of 9/11, host Deepa Iyer and guests Kalia Abiade, Anirvan Chatterjee and Sahar Pirzada share reflections and provide insights for where we go from here.
PHILANTHROPY'S ROLE IN SOCIAL CHANGE
Rickke Mananzala (New York Foundation) joins guest host Sean Thomas-Breitfeld to talk about how philanthropy can act in solidarity to support movements, build the power of communities of color, and advance social change.
SOLIDARITY BEYOND PRIDE MONTH
Jorge Gutierrez (Familia: Trans Queer Liberation Movement) joins guest host Anna Castro to talk about Pride Month, the #EndTransDetention campaign, and co-liberation.
CENTERING AND UPLIFTING ASIAN AMERICAN COMMUNITIES
Bo Thao-Urabe (Coalition of Asian American Leaders - Minnesota) discusses how AAPI communities are supporting each other and building their solidarity muscle.
ONE YEAR LATER
Fatima Goss Graves (National Women’s Law Center) and Kevin Kahakula’akea John Fong (Elemental Partners) talk about grief, leadership, lessons from the past year, and more.