Inspired by, and in collaboration with young Swedish climate activist and Nobel Peace Prize nominee Greta Thunberg, the Sunrise Movement is an American youth-led political movement that advocates political action on climate change.
Today's guest is Artemisio Romero y Carver, artist, spoken word poet, member of YUCCA (Youth United for Climate Crisis in Action) and the Sunrise Movement Santa Fe. He's impassioned and uber-articulate about the challenging issues facing upcoming generations.
Allegra Love, immigration attorney and CEO of Santa Fe Dreamers, talks immigration law, the weaponizing of the legal system, and the politics of racism and xenophobia.
It's big, bold, deep -- a don't-miss episode.
Kim Martindale, long-time art show producer and antique Native American art lover, shares his views on beauty, the healing power of beautiful objects, and similarities and differences among various art traditions around the world.
Kim is especially articulate about beautiful objects of art.
Valerie Plame's backstory is so powerful that a Hollywood blockbuster film was made about it, starring Naomi Watts and Sean Penn (called Fair Game, the title of Plame's memoir).
Former CIA covert operative, expert in nuclear proliferation, mom of twins, and now ... running for Congress, Valerie Plame has a lot to say about political madness, the “catastrophic” unraveling of the Iran nuclear deal, cognitive diversity, speaking truth to power, and moving beyond trauma to thriving in a whole new life.
“I have a voice, and I’m going to use it."