DR. KITTY OLIVER - The Calling Of Our Time

 

Dr. Kitty Oliver is a journalist. author, oral historian, and media producer whose Ph.D. focuses on race and ethnic communication. Dr. Oliver is founder of  the "Race and Change Oral Histories Archive," which holds life stories of the race and ethnic experiences of people from a variety of racial, ethnic and cultural backgrounds. It's the largest archive of its kind and scope in our country.

 

Dr. Oliver uses her historical work and creative talents to bridge generations in her presentations. Her public television documentaries on Race and Change are used in schools, libraries and national broadcasts. The Apple podcast “Voices of Race and Change: The Younger Generation” features stories by college students and immigrant teenagers. Dr. Oliver has been featured on CNN and has shared her historical reflections in the Ron Howard Beatles documentary “Eight Days a Week: The Touring Years.”  She is one of this year’s "Encore Public Voices Fellows."

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Eight Days A Week 
The Touring Years

2020-21
Encore Public Voices Fellow

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In Search Of Spiritual Intelligence

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In Search of Spiritual Intelligence OFC.

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Compassion Rising

Michael Fitzpatrick is a recipient of the Prince Charles Award for Outstanding Musicianship bestowed by H.R.H. the Prince of Wales.  He conceived and produced the groundbreaking COMPASSION recording and film project inspired by the friendship between His Holiness the Dalai Lama and the late Thomas Merton.

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Restorative Justice

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Jacob Dunne was a 19-year-old high school dropout serving a 13-month sentence for manslaughter after throwing one unsolicited punch which took the life of 28-year-old James Hodgkinson, a paramedic trainee.

The parents of James Hodgkinson (Joan Scourfield and David Hodgkinson) were devastated. How could Jacob receive such a light sentence committing manslaughter? What  lead Jacob to take the life of their precious son and what was preventing Jacob from repeating such a heinous act in the future? 

 

Remedi UK, a charitable organization in the U.K. specializing in restorative justice, stepped in and facilitated a meeting between the two parties. BTC HOST KATHY BARRETT interviews NICOLA BANCROFT - Assistant Director of Remedi UK, Joan Scourfield and David Hodgkinson (parents of deceased James Hodgkinson) and Jacob Dunne, about how restorative justice is transforming lives in the United Kingdom.

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MARK NEPO, poet, philosopher, and New York Times #1 best selling author of "The Book of Awakening: Having The Life You Want By Being Present To The One You Have", speaks on the journey of inner transformation.

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 Having The Life You Want

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