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Do You Want to Experience True Liberation?

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In this week’s feature, the Meagan Scott and Courtney Ng speak on Common Good podcast about facilitating necessary conditions for liberation, community, and magic,...

Murmurations: A Spell for the Fall Equinox

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the nights stretch themselves over our harried hearts there’s no differentiation now each day we come apart in new ways at old seams we age on the edge of crises we...

Oakland’s Understory Restaurant Prioritizes People and Community

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For decades, neighbors, social scientists and city planners have recognized the critical role of "bumping places" - spots where meeting new and old friends...

The Gifts of Strangers: Understanding the Benefits of Diversity

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One argument for diversity is that is ensures participation and creates the power of being heard. It is expressed by the popular maxim, “Nothing...

A Radically Different Take on Responsibility

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In this week's feature, co-founder of Zingerman’s Delicatessen, anarchist philosopher and food writer Ari Weinzweig questions our habit of projecting responsibility outward for our...

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Phenomenology of Conversation with David Whyte & Peter Block

What happens when you try to have a real conversation and why are they so difficult? How are silence and vulnerability forms of invitation to authentic encounter? Does anyone survive a real conversation?
 
David Whyte will speak with Peter Block and Rabbi Miriam Terlinchamp about the phenomenology of conversation. This event will draw on David’s poetry and attendees will be invited to be active participants in this emerging conversation. Common Good Collective is hosting a series of Abundant Community Conversations with authors, social innovators, change agents – people who have dedicated their lives to helping citizens develop their capacity to produce their own collective well-being. Join us for this important conversation.
 

This conversation will be held on Thurs, Sept. 15 from 2-3 pm EST. 

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