Eleanor LeCain discusses how we can increase our security while saving hundreds of billions of dollars, and the vital role women play in our communities and nation, with Senator Nan Orrock of Georgia.
Archive for October 2013
Charlene Spretnak speaks with Barbara Shaw, chair of the Illinois Children's Mental Health Partnership, about Illinois' pioneering state-level actions to get Social and Emotional Learning into public elementary schools [icmhp.org]; also, the proposed "Strengthen Social Security" bill in Congress [to finally eliminate the cap on taxable income for SS]; poem by Mary Szybist
Eleanor LeCain speaks with Harold Meyerson, Editor at Large of The American Prospect and columnist for the Washington Post, about how to move beyond governing by crisis and restoring strength to the middle class.
Charlene Spretnak speaks with Elizabeth Dodson Gray about her new memoir and a lifetime of influential books such as Patriarchy as a Conceptual Trap (with 59 New Yorker cartoons) and her work in the "gender-Reformation" of Christianity [elizabethdodsongray.com]; poem by Adrienne Rich
Eleanor LeCain speaks about how people can transform their lives with Dr. Mimi Silbert, President & CEO of Delancey Street, the country's leading residential self-help organization for substance abusers, ex-convicts, homeless and others who have hit bottom.