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How do we change our hearts and minds?

What moves us to shift our political worldviews, transcend extremism, and bring our values into the workplace?

Reckonings is an exploration of how we look in the mirror, and grow from what we see.

​Guests have included a deeply conservative Congressman who made a dramatic shift on climate change, a white supremacist who managed to transcend a life of hate, and a national reporter whose crisis of conscience led to a new understanding of objectivity.

If you're new to the show, start with this quick intro: bit.ly/1VypoeX

Then go for the latest episodes: www.reckonings.show/episodes

Reckonings is produced by independent artist Stephanie Lepp.

Reckonings Stephanie Lepp

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How do we change our hearts and minds?

What moves us to shift our political worldviews, transcend extremism, and bring our values into the workplace?

Reckonings is an exploration of how we look in the mirror, and grow from what we see.

​Guests have included a deeply conservative Congressman who made a dramatic shift on climate change, a white supremacist who managed to transcend a life of hate, and a national reporter whose crisis of conscience led to a new understanding of objectivity.

If you're new to the show, start with this quick intro: bit.ly/1VypoeX

Then go for the latest episodes: www.reckonings.show/episodes

Reckonings is produced by independent artist Stephanie Lepp.

    #25 || Beyond Goliath

    #25 || Beyond Goliath

    He built Facebook’s business model. Then he went on to become the President of Pinterest. And then he realized: he was addicted to his phone. And later: he was complicit in his own – and all of our – addictive relationships with technology.

    How does an architect of Facebook’s business model grapple with the impact of what he built? And what is he doing to help us renegotiate our relationship with technology? This is the odyssey of Moment CEO Tim Kendall.

    • 43 min
    #24 || How to turn a monster into an apologist

    #24 || How to turn a monster into an apologist

    Reckonings brings you Inflection Point’s conversation with Eve Ensler about her recent *masterpiece* of a book, The Apology. In it, Ensler imagines the apology her father never gave her for the abuse he inflicted on her as a child.

    • 50 min
    #23.5 || Where is Reckonings going?

    #23.5 || Where is Reckonings going?

    Let's take a quick peek behind the curtain on a few things, including the question: where is Reckonings going?

    • 8 min
    #23 || An uncommon conversation about clergy sex abuse

    #23 || An uncommon conversation about clergy sex abuse

    She was sexually abused by her Catholic school teacher, a former nun.
    As a young priest, he sexually abused boys in his parish.
    Buckle your seat belts for an *uncommon conversation* about clergy sex abuse.
    Enormous gratitude to the National Association of Community and Restorative Justice (https://nacrj.org), and to The Gilead Project (https://gileadproject.org) -- a 501(c)3 devoted to healing and preventing sexual abuse.

    • 1 tim. 2 min
    #22 || An imaginary reckoning with Pope Francis

    #22 || An imaginary reckoning with Pope Francis

    If the Pope had a reckoning, what would it sound like?

    And then after you listen.....if you're curious *why* this was made, go to episode #23.5 and scroll to 01:18 for an explanation: http://www.reckonings.show/episodes/23-5

    • 6 min
    #21 || A survivor and her perpetrator find justice

    #21 || A survivor and her perpetrator find justice

    Sameer met Anwen freshman year. He was into her, and they started seeing each other. Then one night, after a fraternity party, Sameer convinced Anwen to come home with him — which is when he coerced her into sexual activity. Their senior year, Anwen invited Sameer into a process of restorative justice.
    This story features *both* Anwen and Sameer, talking about how they worked through sexual assault using restorative justice.
    What does it sound like for a survivor to get her needs met? What does it sound like for a perpetrator to take responsibility for his sexual abuse of power?
    Heartfelt thanks to the Friend Foundation, Varda Rabin, and David Karp at the Campus PRISM Project, which helps universities explore the possibility of applying restorative justice to sexual assault: www.skidmore.edu/campusrj/prism.php

    • 56 min

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Thought-provoking

Really lovely little series. Well worth the listen.

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