On a Mission: Episode 1

Links & Resources from Episode 1: Anne Symens-Bucher On today’s episode we chat with Anne Symens-Bucher, co-visionary behind Oakland, California’s Canticle Farm, a Franciscan-inspired community of activists, families and other folks growing food, sharing with the neighborhood, and building community. Our conversation went in a bunch of different directions - we ended up talking about …

ANGLE

My husband is known for saying, “It’s all about angles.” Whether trying to sink a basket on the court or not fall down the stairs, he’s right. In my classroom, we start every semester naming our Social Locations, our “angles” from which we experience the world. Even though this takes three class periods, I find …

A new podcast!

I'm so excited to share with you a series of conversations I've had over the summer and early fall with some of the most mission-driven folks I know. I sat down with 10 fascinating people of many genders, beliefs, ages, and places to talk with them about why they do what they do and what …

START.

It’s funny how, since my full-time job has started up, I haven't even had the brain space to think about writing long-form pieces - or anything really - like I did in the summer. So I’m grateful for this hope*writers prompt series to officially kickstart my fall phase of writing. I’m giving myself 30 minutes …