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Building Sustainability is about bridging our efforts together for positive impacts. With collaboration, compassion and learning we can build a more sustainable future for current and future generations.

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Building Sustainability is about bridging our efforts together for positive impacts. With collaboration, compassion and learning we can build a more sustainable future for current and future generations.

    Welcome to Episode 8 'Culture of Repair' Series with Moenau Rivera, Founder of POLY-Lingual

    Welcome to Episode 8 'Culture of Repair' Series with Moenau Rivera, Founder of POLY-Lingual

    To preserve and protect culture, language plays an essential role in connecting with others while sharing and learning together! POLY-Lingual creates simple and fun programs for travelers, students, and the whole family. For those who have always wanted to learn a deeper understanding of the islands of Tahiti and the South Pacific. Mauruuru

    • 55 min
    Welcome to Episode 7 'Culture of Repair' Series with Fritzi Horstman Founder and Executive Director of the Compassion Prison Project

    Welcome to Episode 7 'Culture of Repair' Series with Fritzi Horstman Founder and Executive Director of the Compassion Prison Project

    Fritzi Horstman is a Grammy-award winning producer, but above all else she is an inspiring 'trauma investigator.' Who shares with us how 'trauma separates us, while trauma awareness brings us together.' Trauma runs 7 generations ahead and before, so what does that look like?

    • 44 min
    Welcome to Episode 6 'Culture of Repair' Series with Master Albert Mendoza, Chief-Instructor of Doce Pares San Diego/Temecula, San Miguel Eskrima, Doce Pares Original “Multi-Style” System of Eskrima

    Welcome to Episode 6 'Culture of Repair' Series with Master Albert Mendoza, Chief-Instructor of Doce Pares San Diego/Temecula, San Miguel Eskrima, Doce Pares Original “Multi-Style” System of Eskrima

    Master Albert teaches us the history of San Miguel Eskrima, Doce Pares Original “Multi-Style” System of Eskrima. Curriculum-based training programs offered to youths and adults. Doce Pares is his wife’s family Martial Art system founded by her Grandfather (Eulogio “Yoling” Cañete) in 1932 in Cebu City, Philippines. He discusses the importance of culture, respecting elders, history, and 'legacy.' Eskrima is a positive mindset of discipline, control, confidence, and respect! In our present day becoming a more peaceful loving society starts with 'you.' When you translate self love, appreciation, and understanding, combined with effective communication, the results are riveting with love.

    • 33 min
    Welcome to Episode 5 'Culture of Repairs' Series with Laulani Teale of Ho'opae Pono Peace Project and Protect Mauna Kea

    Welcome to Episode 5 'Culture of Repairs' Series with Laulani Teale of Ho'opae Pono Peace Project and Protect Mauna Kea

    Recorded on Indigenous Peoples' Day Laulani Teale explains “true peace requires respect for basic human rights, protection of the land and indigenous cultures and resources. Without this there can be no peace.”

    • 41 min
    Welcome to Episode 4 'Culture of Repair' Series with Anahi Abe-Brower Founder of Worthy Picks

    Welcome to Episode 4 'Culture of Repair' Series with Anahi Abe-Brower Founder of Worthy Picks

    Worthy Picks is the sponsor of the 'Culture of Repair Series.' Anahi is inspiring, and contagious. What does it look like getting a cup of coffee with friends once a week? Anahai shares with us beautiful tips and and experiences for building a sustainable lifestyle, collectively, and starting with self. The power of habits. Learn the beauty of 'dual citizenship,' being of our ancestors and of this world (each other and the environment)!

    • 32 min
    Welcome to Episode 2 'Culture of Repair' Series with Brandie Macdonald (Chikasaw Nation/Choctaw Nation, she/her/they), Director of Decolonizing Initiatives at the Museum of Us, which resides on the unceded ancestral homeland of Kumeyaay peoples located

    Welcome to Episode 2 'Culture of Repair' Series with Brandie Macdonald (Chikasaw Nation/Choctaw Nation, she/her/they), Director of Decolonizing Initiatives at the Museum of Us, which resides on the unceded ancestral homeland of Kumeyaay peoples located

    Be inspired by her transformative anti-colonial/decolonial theory and practice in museums which centers around truth-telling, accountability, and actionable change to redress colonial impact, structural racism, and inequity.

    • 50 min

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