Was thrilled to help lead the Women’s March down the Parkway yesterday and end up on the stage. The crowd of 50,000 stretched from the Art Museum to City Hall – incredibly inspiring to see it from this vantage point!
It was truly a pleasure facilitating a strategic planning retreat for the Psychologists Coalition at the United Nations. There was a lot of interaction – at this moment I was looking in on break-out groups.
My work has taken me back to the United Nations, where it always feels like home. I enjoyed working with United Religions Initiative UN and WorldPeace.org on a Peace Day Flag Ceremony and then hearing Nobel Laureates talk about a sustainable peace. Peace is a multi-level endeavor and there’s always room to look further for […]
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Check out my article in Kosmos article, published online. Consciousness: Seeds and Soils of the Commons http://www.kosmosjournal.org/news/consciousness-seeds-and-soils-of-the-commons/
I’ve been developing a theory called Essential Commons as a field for negotiation of what James Quilligan calls “…our mutual commons – the dynamic interrelationship of human subjectivity and material substance,” (Kosmos Journal. Spring/Summer, 2013). As policies and practices are beginning to better account for the commonality of our materiality, it’s critical that we consciously […]