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.
Dr. Amy Shawanda and Host Christine Luckasavitch
Anishinaabe Thinking, Being, Doing, Knowing, and Living
Join Host Christine Luckasavitch with Dr. Amy Shawanda, an Odawa kwe from Wikwemikong unceded territory whose academic work is focused on Anishinaabe motherhood, specifically identifying the challenges, tensions, and strengths of incorporating traditional teachings and pedagogies in daily life.
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.
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.
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.
Nancy Hepp, Laura Pole, and Host Michael Lerner
Three Surprisingly Effective Complementary Cancer Therapies: Aspirin, Vitamin D, and Melatonin
Join Host Michael Lerner with the CancerChoices team for a webinar conversation about the surprisingly good evidence of effectiveness for improving survival and reducing risk of cancer for three complementary therapies: aspirin, vitamin D, and melatonin.
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.
Rachel Naomi Remen and Karen Drucker
Let’s Celebrate Gratitude
In a special presentation for the holidays, join us in welcoming Commonweal's own Rachel Naomi Remen, MD, and musician Karen Drucker: two feisty women of a certain age who have been friends for years. We will sing together, hear stories together, and tell some of our own.
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.
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.
Kelly A. Turner and Host Michael Lerner
Radical Remission: 10 Healing Factors Common among Exceptional Cancer Survivors
Join TNS Host Michael Lerner for a conversation with Kelly Turner, New York Times bestselling author of Radical Remission and Radical Hope. Kelly featured Michael in a Hay House 10-episode docuseries, Radical Remission, about cancer survivors who defied their diagnoses.
Lara Bazelon and Host Lyons Filmer
Ambitious Like a Mother / Ambiciosa como Madre
Join Host Lyons Filmer in conversation with law professor, advocate, author, and mother Lara Bazelon about embracing imbalance when it comes to work, life, and motherhood. This is the second conversation in our Empowering Women series of conversations.