On this season five debut episode, Alison, Jenna, Casey and her kiddos let you know what their most recent recommendation's are. This season also kicks off remote recording due to COVID-19. We love feedback! Please reach out to us and let us know what you think about the podcast. Our email is email@example.com. For more of our content, check out our website … [Read more...] about S05 Episode 1: Recommendation Show
Recorded as a live presentation at CSU’s Diversity Symposium. Casey walks the audience through a few tips for Secondary Survivors followed by a time for Q & A from the audience. Resources discussed in the show: Trauma Stewardship and Trust After Trauma We love feedback! Please reach out to us and let us know what you think about the podcast. Our email … [Read more...] about S04 Episode 6: Secondary Survivors
With a band name cultivated from a love story, it makes sense that Lois and the Lantern's music embodies optimism. The harmonies and positive lyrics made each song feel good throughout the night. Between the music, we discussed the constraining nature of fear, Tara's involvement with the children's music scene and more. … [Read more...] about Live In-Studio: Lois and the Lantern
This is the kick off for season 2 and our seasonal recommendation show. And we have some great recs for you this time around including We Believe You, Wreck This Journal, What you really, really want. We also explore two websites: FORGE and Incite. Also mentioned in the episode are a few other resources: End Rape on Campus and This is not an App/ Wreck This App We love … [Read more...] about Episode 08: Recommendation Show #2
Join Jake and Carl as they discuss how masculinities show up in the Star Wars trilogy. An enormous cultural phenomenon like Star Wars warrants deeper discussion about the messages we receive from these characters. Jake and Carl are joined by Mitch, a self-identified Star Wars geek-nerd and has worked within the field of men and masculinities for about 10 years. Be prepared to take a deeper dive into the Skywalker story arc as Mitch, Jake, and Carl exercise social justice through critical consumption of movies and media.