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  • Trathen Heckman with Host James Stark

    Changing the World through Small Daily Acts, Small Gardens, and Small Groups

    Join Host James Stark, in person or virtually, for a conversation with Trathen Heckman—founder of the non-profit organization Daily Acts—about how all of us can amplify the power of our daily actions, gardens and groups to unleash the power of community.

  • Morgan Curtis and Niria Alicia Garcia with Host Victoria Santos

    Transforming Ancestral Legacies toward A More Just World

    Join TNS Host Victoria Santos in a conversation with ancestors and money coach Morgan Curtis and with Xicana climate justice organizer, human rights advocate, and storyteller Niria Alicia Garcia.

  • Kathleen Dean Moore, Hank Lentfer, Host Kyra Epstein

    Earth’s Wild Music: Celebrating Life in a Time of Extinction

    Join author Kathleen Dean Moore and Naturalist Hank Lentfer in virtual conversation with TNS Host Kyra Epstein to celebrate the earth’s wild music and creatures.

  • Kaylena Bray, Nicola Wagenberg, Host Melissa K. Nelson

    What Kind of Ancestor Do You Want to Be? (Part 2)

    Join us for for the second in a series of two conversations with indigenous leaders about the Seventh Fire—an Anishinaabe prophecy that points to our current time, with opportunities for healing, solidarity, and Indigenous cultural recovery and revitalization.

  • Rowen White and Rachel Wolfgramm with Host Melissa K. Nelson

    What Kind of Ancestor Do You Want to Be? (Part 1)

    Join us for for the first in a series of two conversations with indigenous leaders about the Seventh Fire—an Anishinaabe prophecy that points to our current time, with opportunities for healing, solidarity, and Indigenous cultural recovery and revitalization.

  • Keith Hansen with Host Steve Heilig

    For the Birds: A Life on the Wings

    Join us for this conversation with TNS Host Steve Heilig and artist-naturalist Keith Hansen about his new book of illustrations: Hansen’s Field Guide to the Birds of the Sierra Nevada.

  • Ethan Nadelmann and Steve Heilig

    Ending One Drug War and Starting Another?

    Join TNS Host Steve Heilig in conversation with “the point man” for drug policy reform efforts, Ethan Nadelmann.

  • C'Ardiss Gardner Gleser with Victoria Santos

    Reparative Philanthropy: Releasing Wealth for Social Justice

    Join New School Host Victoria Santos in conversation with CC Gardner Gleser, the first director of Programs and Strategic Initiatives at Satterberg Foundation, and the founder of Black Ivy Manor—providing funding and other opportunities for Black scholars, artists, and social justice advocates the space to develop their crafts and voices.

  • Matthew Barzun and Michael Lerner

    The Power of Giving Away Power

    Join TNS Host Michael Lerner in conversation with Matthew Barzun about his new book, The Power of Giving Away Power: How the Best Leaders Learn to Let Go. 

  • Tom Philpott, Janaki Jagannath, Anna Lappé

    WATER | Thirsty California: Water, Agribusiness, and the Future of Food 

    Join TNS Host Anna Lappé with journalist Tom Philpott and agroecologiest Janaki Jagannath to talk about the state of water in California, the threats we face, and how to take them on.

  • Isabel Lena Fernandez and Anika Velasquez, with Host Ladybird Morgan

    What Justice Looks Like: Two Young Women’s Voices in Art

    Join TNS Host Ladybird Morgan for a conversation with two young women filmmakers about how the arts shape the voices of culture and about their view of what is happening in our world.

  • Kristyn Leach, Jessika Greendeer, Tiffani Patton

    SEED | Seed-Saving: Preserving Culture and Building Resilience 

    Join Host Tiffani Patton in conversation with seed savers Kristyn Leach and Jessika Greendeer to explore the role of seed-saving in preserving culture and withstanding the climate crisis.  

  • Roots of Resilience in an Age of Crisis