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S2E1: Stories That Inspire and Guide Us

S2E1: Stories That Inspire and Guide Us

July 15, 2021

Kirsten Wilson, Founder and Artistic Director of Motus Theater talks with us about the power of stories in supporting us to understand one another and tap into empathy to address interpersonal and societal conflicts.  

E14: Conflict is Not Abuse

E14: Conflict is Not Abuse

July 3, 2021

Sarah Schulman, novelist, playwright, nonfiction writer, screenwriter, activist, and historian, talks with us about her book Conflict is Not Abuse. 

Dred Feminist Episode 2

Dred Feminist Episode 2

June 9, 2021

Check out another episode from friends over at Dred Feminist!

S1E13: Radical Honesty

S1E13: Radical Honesty

April 1, 2021

Tony Shawcross and Firdous Gangat take us on a journey into Radical Honesty, a process that invites us to simply report out loud to another what we notice in front of us, in our bodies, and in our minds in the present moment. 

 
 
Introducing: Dred Feminist with Loretta J Ross

Introducing: Dred Feminist with Loretta J Ross

February 5, 2021

The Sideways Pod team is excited to introduce a new podcast that we helped to launch by one of the most inspiring guests we've interviewed. In our first episode, we had the honor of interviewing Loretta J Ross.  She has launched a new podcast called Dred Feminist with Loretta J. Ross, and we'd like you to check out her first episode that discusses the events that took place at the capitol on January 6th.  We hope you'll follow Dred Feminist with Loretta J. Ross as it launches, and we appreciate Ross for her critical contribution toward ending oppression in all of its forms. (Be advised of the use of explicit language in this episode, which is the only way to adequately convey the emotions tied to these events.)"   

S1E12: Choosing to Engage

S1E12: Choosing to Engage

January 12, 2021

Elizabeth Franz of Humanz Mediate discusses the ways we can choose to engage in conflict, be fully present, and listen deeply. 

S1E11: Facilitating Group Conflict

S1E11: Facilitating Group Conflict

December 3, 2020

Steve Charbonneau is the Executive Director of Community Mediation Concepts, a Colorado nonprofit which specializes in conflict resolution, mediation, and facilitation. In this conversation he explores his approach to facilitating community conflict using an example of a conflict resolution process he supported in a community that was named after a known white supremacist. 

S1E10: Cyberbullying

S1E10: Cyberbullying

November 15, 2020

Dr. Patricia Agatston is a Licensed Professional Counselor who specializes in cyberbullying. We explore the impacts of cyberbullying on young people today as well as learn how adults can prevent and support youth facing the challenges of relating to one another in a virtual world.  

S1E9: Conflicted Candidates: Challenges Facing Women Running for Office

S1E9: Conflicted Candidates: Challenges Facing Women Running for Office

November 2, 2020

Michal Rosenoer, Executive Director of Emerge Colorado, explores the complexities of conflict faced by women running for public office.

S1E8: Building Bridges

S1E8: Building Bridges

October 15, 2020

Jenny Medrano, Building Bridges Shift program manager, talks with us about their specific communication model that supports people through conflict and other challenging conversations. 

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