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Making Meaning

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Making Meaning

Federation of State Humanities Councils

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The humanities played an important role during the pandemic and in the ongoing recovery. Host Sydney Boyd introduces stories and leaders from the country's humanities councils that highlight just how pivotal the humanities are to our society. (From the Federation of State Humanities Councils.)
 
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1 in 5

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Aspen Institute

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In-depth profiles of outstanding individuals among the 22% of college students who are also parents. Created by Ascend at Aspen Institute, this narrative documentary collection celebrates the scores of students who are pursuing their educations while raising children, working, and also leading in their families and communities.
 
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After building a stable career in the corporate world, Monica is ready to take risks and chase dreams she put off. But feels she's racing against the clock. Stevon helps us differentiate between safety and success, and gives advice on not discrediting our hard-earned accomplishments in pursuit of new goals. Stevon Lewis is a licensed psychotherapis…
 
Mykella is excited to become a mom, but fears she'll throw herself into the role and risk losing a fulfilling career as a media maker and the beautiful life she's created around it. Stevon shares strategies to remain adaptable and reframe our thinking when anticipating change. Stevon Lewis is a licensed psychotherapist and coach. Learn more about h…
 
Hector feels pressured to set aside his creativity to dedicate his energy to business operations, but running his company this way feels soul-crushing. Stevon shares strategies for gaining back our confidence and reconnecting with our true selves. Stevon Lewis is a licensed psychotherapist and coach. Learn more about his work here. If you loved thi…
 
As a serial entrepreneur, a mom, and the oldest daughter in an immigrant family, Georgie-Ann is a natural leader personally and professionally. But this life-long tendency is beginning to take a toll on her. Stevon offers strategies for relieving the pressure to be all things to all people. Stevon Lewis is a licensed psychotherapist and coach. Lear…
 
Vanessa is a highly motivated communications professional looking to move up in her career and make an impact in her community. But she feels overlooked in her personal and professional life. Stevon offers advice on radical self-acceptance, and shares tips on how to build self-confidence by being a work-in-progress. Stevon Lewis is a licensed psych…
 
Takara is an Emmy-nominated producer and director making her way in a new industry. She's doubting her abilities and questioning the decisions that got her here. Stevon helps us tackle self-doubt by updating our definitions of success. Stevon Lewis is a licensed psychotherapist and coach. Learn more about his work here. If you loved this episode, b…
 
Jessica is a licensed clinical social worker transitioning from working in corporate America to being an entrepreneur. But looking to others for approval and reassurance creates significant challenges. Stevon offers strategies for managing our need for outside validation. Stevon Lewis is a licensed psychotherapist and coach. Learn more about his wo…
 
Black and brown folks reaching higher and defining success on their own terms. And host Stevon Lewis with strategies for leveling up. Stevon Lewis is a licensed psychotherapist and coach. Learn more about his work here. We’d love to hear your stories of triumph and what's ahead as you grow. Send us an email or detailed voice memo to hello@talktoach…
 
La escritora y artista visual Melissa Melero-Moose habla sobre el fomento de la creatividad durante la pandemia en la colonia india de Reno-Sparks en Hungry Valley, NV. Eric Hemenway, Director del Departamento de Repatriación, Archivos y Registros de Little Traverse Bay Bands of Odawa Indians, explica cómo la narración puede descubrir tergiversacio…
 
Danyetta Najoli, cofundadora de The Black American Tree Project, explica cómo el diseño del proyecto de narración inmersiva evoca un sentido de reconocimiento de los orígenes de la esclavitud. El Dr. Jack Tchen, Profesor inaugural de Clement A. Price en Historia Pública y Humanidades y Director del Price Institute en la Universidad de Rutgers, prof…
 
Jenny De Groot, bibliotecaria infantil de la isla de Orcas, en el noroeste del Pacífico, lee algunos de sus libros favoritos y comparte cómo su remota comunidad encontró formas de conectarse durante la pandemia. Chuck Fluharty, fundador, Presidente y Director general del Instituto de Investigación de Políticas Rurales (RUPRI), explora el futuro de …
 
Adrienne Kennedy, activista climática y organizadora del sur de Lumberton (Carolina del Norte), habla de lo que significa para ella la justicia medioambiental después de que el huracán Matthew destruyera su casa. El Dr. Joseph Campana, director del Centro de Estudios Medioambientales de la Universidad de Rice, explora las formas en que las humanida…
 
Carol Ann Carl, narradora de la isla de Pohnpei, en los Estados Federados de Micronesia, habla de cómo utiliza la poesía para apoyar a las comunidades históricamente marginadas; y Natasha Trethewey, dos veces premiada con el US Poet, describe cómo la poesía puede articular actos de compromiso cívico. Explore la obra de Carol Ann Carl y conozca el W…
 
El poeta, escritor y médico Dr. Rafael Campo lee su poema "The Doctor's Song" y habla del poder curativo de las humanidades. La Dra. Gioia Woods, profesora del Departamento de Estudios Culturales Comparativos de la Universidad del Norte de Arizona, comparte el Proyecto historias de la pandemia; un programa de lectura, debate e historia oral que cre…
 
Writer and visual artist Melissa Melero-Moose talks about fostering creativity during the pandemic on the Reno-Sparks Indian colony in Hungry Valley, NV. Eric Hemenway, director of the Department of Repatriation, Archives and Records for the Little Traverse Bay Bands of Odawa Indians, explains how storytelling can uncover misrepresentations about N…
 
L. Danyetta Najoli, co-founder of The Black American Tree Project, explains how the project’s immersive story-telling design evokes a sense of reckoning with slavery’s origins. Dr. Jack Tchen, the Inaugural Clement A. Price Professor of Public History and the Humanities and Director of the Price Institute at Rutgers University, takes a deep dive in…
 
Jenny De Groot, a children’s librarian on Orcas Island in the Pacific Northwest, reads some of her favorite books while sharing how her remote community found ways to connect during the pandemic. Dr. Chuck Fluharty, founder, President, and CEO of the Rural Policy Research Institute (RUPRI), explores the future of rural and urban communities through…
 
Adrienne Kennedy, a climate activist and organizer from south Lumberton, North Carolina, talks about what environmental justice looks like for her after Hurricane Matthew destroyed her home. Dr. Joseph Campana, director of the Center for Environmental Studies at Rice University, explores ways the humanities can help us process relentless patterns o…
 
Carol Ann Carl, a storyteller from Pohnpei Island in the Federated States of Micronesia, talks about how she uses poetry to advocate for historically marginalized communities, and two-term US Poet Laureate Natasha Trethewey describes how poetry can articulate acts of civic engagement. Explore Carol Ann Carl’s work and learn about the Why it Matters…
 
Poet, writer, and physician Dr. Rafael Campo reads his poem “The Doctor's Song” and talks about the healing power of the humanities. Dr. Gioia Woods, a professor in the Department of Comparative Cultural Studies at Northern Arizona University, shares The Pandemic Stories Project, a reading, discussion, and oral history program she created to docume…
 
Desde que estalló la pandemia en 2020, tanto ha cambiado. Pero hemos encontrado formas de avanzar con fuerza y ​​juntos, de conectarnos y compartir historias; este es el trabajo de las humanidades. Making Meaning es un podcast de la Federación de Consejos Estatales de Humanidades. En esta serie, la anfitriona Sydney Boyd comparte historias de los c…
 
Since the pandemic struck in 2020, we’ve all been through a lot, but we’ve found ways to move forward in strength and community, to connect and tell stories—this is the work of the humanities. Making Meaning is a podcast from the Federation of State Humanities Councils that shares that work. In this series, host Sydney Boyd hears stories from our n…
 
On this special episode of 1 in 5, Marjorie Sims, Managing Director at Ascend at the Aspen Institute, sits down with two key collaborators in the work of supporting student parents: Chancellor of the City University of New York Félix Matos Rodríguez, and CUNY Mentor Coordinator and Ascend Parent Advisor Jesus Benitez. During this conversation, they…
 
Yoslin Amaya Hernandez has faced a lot of obstacles on her way to becoming a college graduate. She came to the U.S. from El Salvador as a third-grader, had to care for younger siblings at an early age, and became a parent herself for the first time when she was still in high school. Finding the right supports has been key — from her partner, to a m…
 
Lori Barr and her NFL-playing son Anthony started Raise the Barr, their scholarship fund for student parents, in 2016. It was inspired by their own family’s journey of challenge and perseverance. When she found out she was pregnant at age 19, Lori dropped out of college. Motivated by the desire to provide a better life for Anthony, she eventually w…
 
1 in 5 vividly profiles students who are parents pursuing their education while raising a family and working. Today, more than one in five college students (22%) are parents. Given the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, guests also share the challenges they faced working, studying, parenting, and staying healthy from home. New episodes will be releas…
 
As a trans man, PJ started taking hormones in college, and his period stopped. But once he met Zoë, the two started experiencing premenstrual syndrome (PMS) together. We hear about their discomfort, acceptance, and love. We also talk to a doctor who unpacks PMS for us.By Emma Forbes, Mia Warren, Carolina Rodriguez, Lantigua Williams & Co., Kamilah Kashanie
 
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