Natalie S. Burke
Linda Villarosa is a brilliant storyteller, a journalist author, editor, and educator. She’s a New York times magazine contributing writer where she covers race, inequality, and health. We’re bringing this episode back to the fore in our summer session an
This week, we share a review of lessons learned from each of these guests as reflected by hosts Carrie Fox and Natalie S. Burke. If you haven’t had the opportunity to listen to these conversations in full, we encourage you to do so, and to share with your
Our guest this week is Mia Birdsong: pathfinder, community curator, and storyteller, who steadily engages the leadership and wisdom of people experiencing injustice to chart new visions of American life. She has an extraordinary gift for leveraging the br
We welcome Andre Banks for a conversation on the role and influence that our digital connections play in our physical and mental wellbeing. There may be more questions than answers at the end of this one, so consider it the start of a much deeper conversa
Our guests this week, authors Todd Newman and Emily Howell (together with Dominique Broussard), present their insights into the messengers and their messages that constellate to keep us unhealthy.
Getting resources to organizations truly doing front line work involves challenging entrenched ideologies and engaging leadership often marginalized in philanthropy: people of color. And so it is a group of funders and organizers of color who founded the organization, those who know best how to poke at philanthropy’s power problem. One of the leaders of this charge is our guest today: Iara Peng, founder and CEO of JustFund.
Through Solutions Journalism Network, Tina Rosenberg thoroughly shares her passion for rigorous reporting, educating future journalists, and reclaiming the news as an agent of public good. She joins us today to talk about the media, and its role in healing.
Linda Villarosa is a brilliant storyteller, a journalist author, editor, and educator. She’s a New York times magazine contributing writer where she covers race, inequality, and health. She joins us today to talk about just how far our public health syste
This is going to be a season of perspective-shifting conversations that will touch on faith, media, the economic recovery, and the role of philanthropy. We start this week with a big picture conversation with our new co-host, Natalie S. Burke.