Art Finds A Way

Even in the age of COVID and the relentless assault on civility, art finds a way. It finds a way to heal, to inspire, to engage and to elevate. It connects us to each other and reflects our common humanity, while it illuminates and captures the power of our stories. My guest this week understands…

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…

Constitutional Rights During A Pandemic

Constitutional Rights During A Pandemic Guest, Justin Dyer What are your rights during a pandemic? The global death toll from COVID-19 continues to rise. The push to reopen economies is gaining momentum. The rights of the individual versus what’s deemed best for the common good, are on a collision course. Who has the constitution on…

When The Virus Takes a Loved One

When The Virus Takes a Loved One Guest, James T. Campbell 1. 125. 61,000 and rising. Each number representing a precious life lost. When The Virus takes a loved one, what happens next? How does one grieve through quarantine? How is a life celebrated when social distancing is in effect? How does a family come…