Month: May 2021

Native American Issues Report May 2021

Steven Glickman interviews Dr. Suzanne Singer, a Navajo (Diné) tribal member in Arizona who started a non-profit, Native Renewables, aimed at providing renewable power solutions to over 15,000 tribal families that did not have access to electricity. Dr. Suzanne Singer grew up in Flagstaff, Arizona, got her MS and doctorate in Mechanical Engineering at UC …

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Authenticity Matters 05/27/21 – Dennis Skinner – Updated Rebroadcast from 1/2020

Authenticity Matters is a 30-minute program hosted by Jen Coyne. Each episode of Authenticity Matters focuses on a different facet of authenticity and how it plays out in both personal lives and professional organizations. This month, May 2021, we are re-airing an episode originally from January 2021. Jen welcomed master Facilitator and all-around sage Dennis …

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Making Connections – Transitions for Students with disabilities – 5/26/21

Making Connections 5/26/21 Transitions for students with disabilities We can understand the world better and learn more about ourselves when we pay attention to the stories of other people. By listening to the voices of others, we strengthen our own… Our attitudes and actions have great potential to affect those around us. With the awareness …

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Re-Imagined Radio | Exuberance Is Beauty

Re-Imagined Radio presents Exuberance Is Beauty recorded for radio performance by actors from Illuminus Audio Productions of Portland, Oregon. Created by Donna Barrow-Green, also from Portland. The setting is Portland, Oregon, following the end of World War II. A young widow, Eve Miller has not gotten over the loss of her husband Nick. An intense …

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