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Hosted by journalist and community activist Cheryl D. Fields, this show features conversations with people who practice collective leadership as a means of strengthening their communities. Conversations explore how everyday people from around the US are crossing the boundaries of culture, gender, race, education, age, religion and class to create more just and peaceful communities.

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This show will examine how leadership development can effectively be used to organize groups and individuals into voices for change. The show will focus on this strategy as used by Latinos for Community Transformation and It... more

The show will explore some of the unique challenges in using the media to enage Latino communities. The show will feature Macarena Hernandez who as a journalist and educator has played an instrumental role in advancing the stories... more

An exploration of how journalists convey their education stories. What are the types of sources they use? What do they consider newsworthy? How can educators and those concerned about education better interest/involve... more

Wrap up of last week's Tennessee thought leaders gathering. An esteem group of educators, journalists, and community leaders gathered to consider what education's role should be and how to make it manifest. The show will feature... more

This episode will feature a discussion of the Center for Ethical Leadership's new book --Courageous Collaboration with Gracious Space: From small openings to profound transformations. The guest will be Pat Hughes, one of the book's... more

Repeat of June 7, 2011 show. Show highlights the efforts and the role of the Emerald Cities Collaborative in its attempts to further the green economy. The organization's exec. director, Denise Fairchild was the guest and she offers her... more

Repeat of February 1, 2011 show. Music, visual art, dance, literature and spoken word have long been a part of social justice movements. The power of the arts to move, inspire and embolden people as they wrestle toward change is... more

Repeat of June 22, 2010 Show featuring Sherry Timmmerman Goodpastor the executive director of New Paradigm Partners. The show focused on how New Paradigm Partners utilized the collective leadership process to organize and... more

This is a repodcast of a September 7, 2010. The show featured Peggy Holman the author of Engaging Emergence.

Repeat of June 22, 2010 Show featuring Sherry Timmmerman Goodpastor the executive director of New Paradigm Partners. The show focused on how New Paradigm Partners utilized the collective leadership process to organize and... more

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