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

Restorative justice involves seeing crime as more than just lawbreaking. It considers the harm that criminal activity does to individuals and to communities, and then creates opportunities for all parties involved to work together toward... more

For more than 30 years, the Pell Grant program has helped hard-working students from low-income and working-class families afford college. Amid the federal debt crisis, however, Pell is now on the budgetary chopping block. If cut,... more

Mark Cantu is principal of the only high school in Waelder, Texas, a city where one in every three residents is under the age of 18. Together with several of his colleagues and a couple of students, Cantu recently attended the Seattle... more

This episode is a re-podcast of a show originally aired on March 22, 2011. Our guest is Karma Ruder, director of community collaborations at the Center for Ethical Leadership. She discusses core elements of collective leadership and... more

A look at how communty residents are working together to improve their housing stock. Rebuilding Together is the only national nonprofit working to preserve affordable homeownership and revitalize neighborhoods, by providing free home... more

We will discuss how collective leadership is playing a role in Migizi Communications' efforts to improve the lives of Native Americans.

The Institute for Democratic Education in America is currently working to build a national network of youth education advocates. In this episode, we'll discuss the goals of IDEA, who it aims to serve and how it hopes to tap the collective power... more

This episode features highlights from the Seattle Community Learning Exchange. Hear from three of the teams: Lummi Cedar Project, University of Texas-Pan American, and Michigan State University as they talk about how they'll take the... more

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