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The Oakland Peace Center: What We Are Doing and How You Can Do It Too

Host Timothy Regan welcomes 3 friendly and inspiring activist leaders from the Oakland Peace Center.  [ oaklandpeacecenter.org ] They share their insightful definitions of Peace, and how they came to their inspiring work.  This episode contains inspiring history and stories about people just like you creating compassion in action, and empowering themselves and whole groups … Continued


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REPLACING GREED WITH CONNECTION AND COMMUNITY

Capitalism is fueled by greed.  The heart practices taught by the Buddha which include loving-kindness, compassion, empathetic joy and equanimity, offer a path to building resources and resilient alternatives to capitalism.  Host Marlena Willis talks with East Bay Meditation Center teachers JD Doyle and Rene Rivera who have been exploring and teaching about how Buddhist … Continued


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Talk-It-Out Radio – November 18, 2018

  Communicating Across Sensitive Topics in Primary Partnerships Host Nancy Kahn facilitates a candid discussion between a couple who have been together for more than 20 years as they work through sharing sensitive feedback related to living together. Listen in to this interactive conversation between a long-term couple who receive coaching and support to help … Continued


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Talk-It-Out Radio – November 11, 2018

A how-to and what-to-do program where skilled hosts welcome guests and callers to practice empathy, mindfulness, and effective communication. Do you want tools for connection, conflict resolution, and compassion for self and others? We explore skills, knowledge and resources to empower you to connect across differences.


Talk-It-Out Radio

Nonviolent Communication for De-Escalating Difficult Human Interactions

Host Nancy Kahn talks with special guest, Kangs Trevens, an Oakland-based counselor and facilitator of Trauma-Informed Nonviolent Communication about de-escalation and grounding skills that every person could benefit from. Join us to learn essential skills that support safety and contribute to reducing harm during difficult and overwhelming human interactions without the default being calling law enforcement. … Continued