• Tuesday, January 31

    10:00 AM to 11:30 AM
    Free (by donation)

    Lindsay McDonell and Host Michael Lerner

    Your Dance with Cancer: A Conversation with A Metastatic Breast Cancer Thriver

    Join Host Michael Lerner in conversation with cancer coach Lindsay McDonell about her journey with cancer, her coaching work, and her work with the Smith Center for Healing and the Arts in Washington, DC.

  • Friday, February 10

    10:00 AM to 11:30 AM
    Free (by donation)

    Linda Birnbaum, Ami Zota, and Host Steve Heilig

    What's Next in Environmental Health?

    Join Host Steve Heilig for a conversation with Dr. Linda Birnbaum and Dr. Ami Zota, two innovative leaders in efforts to promote environmental health and justice in the United States.

  • Tuesday, February 14

    11:00 AM to 12:00 PM
    Free (by donation)

    Rachel Naomi Remen and Karen Drucker

    Celebrating Valentine's Day with Stories and Music

    Let’s make love our way of life. Rachel Naomi Remen, MD, and Karen Drucker will share songs and stories about living from the heart. 

  • Friday, February 24

    10:00 AM to 11:30 AM
    Free (by donation)

    Thomas Smith and Host Michael Lerner

    Easing Cancer Pain and Suffering

    Join Thomas Smith, MD, with Host Michael Lerner for a conversation about easing cancer pain and suffering.

  • Wednesday, March 1

    11:00 AM to 12:30 PM
    Free (by donation)

    Tanya Ruka and Host Christine Luckasavitch

    Indigenous Plant Medicine: Growing a Deeper Connection with the Natural World

    Join Host Christine Luckasavitch with Māori artist, designer, activist, and researcher Tanya Te Miringa Te Rorarangi Ruka for a conversation about storytelling, community building, working alongside our plant relatives, and Indigenous futurisms.

  • Wednesday, March 29

    11:00 AM to 12:30 PM
    Free (by donation)

    Waubgeshig Rice and Host Christine Luckasavitch

    Making Space for Indigenous Voices: Sharing Our Stories with the World

    Join the conversation between Host Christine Luckasavitch and author / journalist Waubgeshig Rice (Wasauksing First Nation) to dive into their favourite works by Indigenous authors, the importance of making space for Indigenous storytelling, and imagining Indigenous futurisms.

  • Wednesday, April 26

    10:00 AM to 11:30 AM
    Free (by donation)

    Rue Mapp and Host Lyons Filmer

    Nature Swagger: Storytelling Black Joy in Nature

    Learn how outdoorswoman Rue Mapp turned her childhood experiences on family farmland into a national movement of Black joy and healing in nature. Her first book, Nature Swagger, celebrates those she has connected with along her outdoor journey, sharing each contributor’s transformative connections to nature.