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The Afterword: A Conversation About the Future of Words

Feb 26, 2021

Parenting is challenging. It grows more complicated when it crosses a generational gap. New technology , societal bias, and legal systems often compound the difficulties these families experience.

Michelle Anderson of the Appalachian Council of Governments and Pam Meeker-Stolz from Alliance of Relative Caregivers join...

Feb 22, 2021

When we consider the potential renewal of our cities, community development, and the prospect of urban sprawl, we need to look at all the stories behind transformation.

How do cities lose their authenticity in these changes? What are the benefits of fixing up, rather than mowing down? How do we balance the need to...

Feb 15, 2021

Our mental landscape improves as we spend time outside. Taking small steps into nature offers a variety of benefits. Creativity, character development, leadership, environmental stewardship, and personal growth are just a few of the positive effects we can experience from being in the outdoors.

Restoration and healing,...

Feb 8, 2021

Being in nature offers benefits and risks. Learning to adapt while experiencing the tension between danger and daring is just one of the rewards of being in the Great Outdoors.

Our guests this week from 2nd Nature Trec: Brad Daniel, Andrew Bobilya, and Brad Faircloth explain the transformation that occurs when we step...

Feb 1, 2021

Join us as we conclude this powerful conversation with Jeff Hood, CEO of National Police Activities League ,and Rasheed Wright, director of Pro Skills Basketball Richmond.

These two athletes and social changers share stories that demonstrate how youth sports programs level the playing field and create positive...