This week Peace Paradigm Radio has FOUR radio hosts! Rivera Sun and Sherri Mitchell from the the radio show “Love (and Revolution)” join PPR hosts Michael Nagler and Stephanie Van Hook to discuss community and nonviolent radio. We discuss the inspiration for these radio shows, what a revolution of love might look like, building the systems we want to inhabit, healing the divides within society and how radio can help with all of this great work! Don’t miss this very special show! Listen in here! (Or go underneath the bio box below to find ways to download this show or listen through our player on this page…)
In this episode of Peace Paradigm Radio, we welcome our friend Miki Kashtan to talk about convergent facilitation, a term she coined for this unique decision-making process for organizations, businesses and groups that is rooted firmly in the principles of nonviolent communication. Miki is a co-founder of Bay Area Nonviolent Communication (BayNVC) and the author of Reweaving Our Human Fabric: Working together to Create a Nonviolent Future, Spinning Threads of Radical Aliveness: Transcending the Legacy of Separation in Our Individual Lives and The Little Book of Courageous Living. She is also an avid blogger at The Fearless Heart. Then, Michael Nagler graces us with the most recent Nonviolence in the News. Don’t miss it! Listen in here! (Or go underneath the bio box below to find ways to download this show or listen through our player on this page…)
After a wonderful episode of Nonviolence in the News, in which co-host Michael Nagler brings us resources and news from around the world about Gandhi, Campesinos, Nonviolent Peaceforce, and recent and upcoming protests and demonstrations, Co-host Stephanie Van Hook joins the conversation to tackle the subject of humiliation. What exactly is it? What happens when we humiliate and/or are humiliated? Is there a difference between humiliation and shame? And what about dignity? And what can we do? This and more… Listen in here! (Or go underneath the bio box below to find ways to download this show or listen through our player on this page…)
This week on Peace Paradigm Radio, we speak with Robin Wildman about her experiences bringing Kingian Nonviolence in school, both in the classroom and through teacher trainings. You won’t want to miss her story of how her journey into being a nonviolence educator, which began back in 2001, when Freedom Rider Bernard Lafayette visited her 5th grade classroom. The Michael Nagler joins us for Nonviolence in the news, starting with an announcement of Peace Alliance’s forthcoming Teaching Peace in Schools Virtual Summit. He also talks about some new books and films, and discusses recent articles around the movement. Listen in here! (Or go underneath the bio box below to find ways to download this show or listen through our player on this page…)
In this episode of Peace Paradigm Radio we have two special guests from Palestine to discuss what it means to be Palestinian, past and present. Therese Mughannam, part of North Coast Coalition for Palestine, and cultural historian Amin Kalaf join our hosts Michael Nagler and Stephanie Van Hook to talk about belonging, dispossession, personal experiences from being part of the 800,000 people removed from their homes at the inception of the Palestinian diaspora and more. Discover these amazing stories, then catch up with Michael Nagler for a short but sweet Nonviolence in the News, including some new Nonviolence resources. Don’t miss this episode! Listen in here! (Or go underneath the bio box below to find ways to download this show or find a feed for it in itunes and elsewhere…)
Explore nonviolence in the news with Michael and Stephanie, including even some analysis of violence in our news (well, from a nonviolent angle!). Then, we are joined by Lauren Dalberth Hage from Weaving Earth, an organization she co-founded in 2007 to restore relationships at all levels: within ourselves, between ourselves and with the environment. A good complement to our recent interview with Eric Ross in Seattle with the Backbone Campaign and SHell No! protests.
“Nonviolence aims at the restoration of relationships.” -Michael Nagler on this week’s episode of Peace Paradigm Radio! In this week’s show, Stephanie and Michael get into a passionate discussion on nonviolent strategy in our bi-monthly nonviolence in the news report and both emerge with new insights about this great power. As January is the month in which we celebrate Dr. King’s holiday in the United States, they have dedicated a portion of each show this month to King’s work. They discuss King’s 1957 sermon on “loving your enemies” and its relevance for then and, most importantly, today. You can read that sermon here.
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