CTZN is having conversations at the intersection of wellbeing and justice. We’re not afraid to ask hard questions and have a radical dialogue about politics and patriarchy, white supremacy and worthiness. And we’re serious about showing up for one another and taking action for the wellbeing of everyone.
Reaching for Each Other
This episode is a part of a series hosted by our friends at Faith Matter Network called “How We Get Through: Collective Resilience in a World on Fire”. It features Minister Lauren Cunningham, Francisca Porchas Coronado, Rev Brandon Wrencher and Minister leea allen and offers a really cool behind the scenes perspective by leaders who are innovating and adapting community spaces for healing and grieving and transformation.
Can Our Movements Be The Healing: Kazu Haga, Xan West, LCF8M, Carinne Luck
This episode features Kazu Haga, Xan West, organizers from the chilean movement La Coordinadora Feminista 8M and Carinne Luck and explores how movements in and of themselves are healing - how healing has been woven in from building relationships in small teams to exploring how to create containers for rage and healing in the streets and bring in intentional joy.
Being Human: adrienne maree brown, Prentis Hemphill, Sydney Morgan
In the fall of 2020 we found ourselves in the midst of a pivotal election, a global pandemic, economic collapse, escalating action to end the war on Black life and more. Holding so much at once - even the victories - can be straining and overstimulating to our bodies and spirits.
This episode comes from a series hosted by our friends at Faith Matters Network called "How to Get Through: collective resilience in a world on fire". It was designed to prepare social justice movements to weave healing and care into our lives and work before, during and after crises and big “movement moments” like this one.
Decolonizing Yoga: Susanna Barkataki
This conversation has been a long time coming for all of us who are navigating both wellness practice and social justice. Because it is not enough to just do the right thing in this moment, we have to go back to the roots to heal and repair what has been broken and violated. And we have with us today a true teacher in that work. Susanna Barkataki is an Indian yoga practitioner, teacher, and now author of the recent book Embrace Yoga’s Roots: Courageous Ways to Deepen Your Yoga Practice.
Practicing Politics: Nelini Stamp, Rev angel Kyodo williams, Anasa Troutman, Carinne Luck
This is another powerful session from the 2020 CTZN Summit on Building a Politics of Care featuring Nelini Stamp from Working Families Party, Rev angel Kyodo williams, author of Radical Dharma, Anasa Troutman of The Big We and Carinne Luck organizer extraordinaire.
We Find Hope in History: Ruby Sales & Rev. Dr. Jacqui Lewis
This podcast was a part of our 2020 CTZN Summit about how to meet his moment with love and justice and build a politics of care that doesn't leave anyone behind. And this conversation is really special. It features Ruby Sales, a deeply committed grassroots activist, eloquent theologen and veteran of the southern freedom movement, Rev Dr Jacqui Lewis who is a nationally sought after preacher, activist and author and Micky Scottbey Jones, also known as the justice doula and creator of brave space.
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Inspiring resource for making change
Thank you Kerri for your clear strong voice on all matters that speak to the wellbeing of all. This podcast is one I’ll be returning to again and again. Keep it up!
It’s a fine line of hosting & dominating
I enjoyed hearing Nicole Cardoza’s wisdom. And, it was frustrating to also hear the host interrupt and dominate this conversation. Maybe, there will be a Part Two?
On point!! Brilliant. Sharp. Nuanced -- Essential listening.
Kerri...THANK YOU for navigating the tricky, complex issues of our time with grace, wisdom and depth. You and your diverse panel of guests always offer an enriching perspective and illuminate facets of humanity and issues I haven't even considered before. Much needed + refreshing. I'm so grateful!