Locally Produced Programming on KWMR
1st Mondays, part of the West Marin Matters series.
To listen to Jenny's archived shows, visit West Marin Matters, and choose the desired date.
...looking at more than one side of the story.....
"Aldo Leopold and the Emerging Land Ethic"
For the 50th anniversary of the Point Reyes National Seashore, park interpreter Loretta Farley presents some of the large collection of recordings from the PRNS archives.
Conversations with flexible, creative, uncommon guests.
Nonviolence works, and in this series we will explore concrete ways of how it has been put into practice. We will consider current nonviolence in the news with commentary by nonviolence scholar, and sometimes co-host, Dr. Michael Nagler. As well, we'll listen to the stories of, and engage in conversation with, those who have been exploring the power of nonviolence in their activism, work and everyday lives.
Along with "concrete" examples, we will emphasize some of the finer theoretical details that help us interpret nonviolence as a new paradigm of relationships and community building. We encourage you to explore the peace paradigm on your own and come back every other Friday at 1 pm to build upon those experiences.
An exploration, through interviews, of conflict resolution and mediation practices.
As part of "West Marin Matters", Susan's archives can now be found on that "uber" page: http://www.kwmr.org/show/7