A podcast about coming together in a world that pulls us apart. With a musician's ear, a writer's pen, and a voice that invites you in, Shelter in Place weaves together stories both intimate and inspiring, showing us why art, not just doctors, will save us.
S2:E10 The Breakdown
Gratitude is good. But sometimes it's not enough.
In a year of breakdowns, how can we find our way to a breakthrough? As Laura reflects on the struggle of holding gratitude in a year of grief, she considers what Thanksgiving means for us in 2020.
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Click any of the links to read more about the food, guests, and history behind the first Thanksgiving, the pandemic mental health study I mentioned, how music and art can decrease anxiety, gratitude's effect on physical health, and why Odysseus wasn't more grateful. Download a free coloring book here.
S2:E9 In Search of Home
Muoki Musau has thought a lot about what makes a good home, especially during this pandemic. He's a realtor in Virginia, but he's also a theologian who came to this country from Kenya. He's also become a friend of Shelter in Place, and Laura spoke with Muoki the first time back in a href="https://www.shelterinplacepodcast.info/episode-archive/episode-67-circling-back" rel=
S2:E8 Trust the Messenger
Dr. Céline Gounder is an infectious disease specialist, epidemiologist, and medical journalist who has been selected for Joe Biden's new coronavirus task force, announced last week. She tells us where we are with COVID-19 now, what we need to know about the coming months, and why she thinks we can still win the fight against this virus.
You can read about President Elect Biden's announcement in a href="https://www.politico.com/news/2020/11/03/biden-plans-for-covid-transition-task-force-43395
S2:E7 What We Can Become
This week's presidential race has been a reminder of what we all know: we are a house divided. I'm continuing to bring you stories that cast a vision of what our country could be--stories of people who refuse to let fear get the best of them. In today's episode photojournalist, anthropologist, and educator Amira Karaoud shares her story of how ten years as a financial analyst on Wall Street launched her on a journey that changed everything--and what the journey taught her about finding home.
Georgia Wright couldn't figure out how to reconcile what she saw in the world around her with what she knew about our changing world. And then she found a community that changed everything.
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S2:E5 Standing in the Gap
As we continue this Pandemic Odyssey, Laura talks with a former Navy Seals officer and CIA bodyguard and his "sage" about creating community we can count on in our greatest times of need. Jimmy Graham is the founder and CEO of Able Shepherd, an active shooter-response training program. Neil Pinkham is the COO of Able Shepherd. Jimmy and Neil also work together on the Stand in the Gap Initiative.
Trigger warning: While there is nothing graphic in this content, this episode frequently mentions g
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