July 27 2016 Creativity for Peace I
Dottie Indyke, Executive Director; Israeli Shir Bar-El, Young Leader; and Palestinian Taimaa Abu Ahmed, Young Leader, all talk about this remarkable program -- Creativity for Peace -- which includes a 3-week Peace Camp in northern New Mexico.
These two young women speak from their heart about the realities of having been born in a war zone, and the challenges of working for peace.
Popular guest Kate Stalter, money expert and author, returns for more information about the connection between your money and happiness. It’s full of information!, and lots of fun, too.
Anna Katherine — LPCC, storyteller, expert on how to use myths and fairy tales for self-empowerment and healing — talks about just these things. Along with happiness, of course.
Three uber-articulate dance performers, Jade McClellan, Molly Rose Kelly, and Rhea Strong, talk about the power of dance to heal individuals, as well as communities, in this thoughtful program. Myra Krein, founder and director of the Mosaic Dance Company, joins the conversation.
David Sellers, Street Food Institute’s Program Director; Mika Chavez, Lead Instructor of the Culinary Arts Program at SFCC; Jason Gleickman, Food Truck Manager; and Alex Garcia, recent CAP graduate all get in on the fun. Recorded in the commercial kitchen for the Street Food Institute's fab food truck.