Starting Where We Are #CourageousConversations

The events of the last few weeks have been a catalyst for humans around the world to engage in courageous conversations that have the capacity to change our culture. Open, raw, necessary and difficult dialogue about racism, discrimination, police brutality, prejudice and privilege. White privilege, to be exact. Rarely discussed in “mixed company” and typically…

It Comes With A Price

It Comes With A Price with Guest Dr. Ron Inge For decades he struggled to find the words. They were always there, bubbling up just beneath the surface, but they had to stay hidden for the sake of his safety and his sanity. It took the murder of George Floyd and the resulting, massive outcry…

The Backside of the Tapestry

The Backside of the Tapestry with Guest Dr. Marcia Brennan The intersection of art, history, medicine, society and culture can teach us a lot. Especially in the midst of crisis. Especially if we ask the right questions. What will it take for us to come together? In whose interest is it for us to come…

This Feels Different

Finally. Our voices are beginning to be heard. It shouldn’t take our nation collectively witnessing a white police officer kneeling on the neck of an unarmed black man until he takes his last breath — for this to be different. Yes, there are massive protests from one end of the country to the other. But…

COVID & The Common Good

COVID & The Common GooD Guest, Dr. Kari Nixon Lockdown, social distance, wear a mask. Protest, open up, ditch the mask. As our divisions deepen, the death toll continues to rise. More than 100,000 Americans dead from COVID-19. “How can we expect people to care about one another when we’ve built a society that’s like…you…