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Zillah Eisenstein is one of the foremost political theorists and activists of our time; a groundbreaking political thinker and activist, always looking to find new anti-racist feminist pathways. She is the author of twelve books, including The Female Body and the Law , which won the Victoria Schuck Book Prize for the best book on women and politics…
 
Heron is excited to launch our 2019 Presidential Podcast! In 2018, we welcomed Dana Bezerra as the new president of the Heron Foundation, and we shifted our focus to working at the intersection of communities and capital markets. Now, following her one-year anniversary, we've asked Dana to reflect on what she's learned throughout her time at Heron,…
 
Is science fiction becoming a conservative genre? The Sometime Seminar discusses the 31st (2014) edition of The Year's Best Science Fiction, an annual anthology of short stories edited by Gardner Dozois which in decades past has served to define, and to introduce many readers (including us!) to, the...http://thesometime.com/seminar/38-the-years-bes…
 
Peter Kemp, the Sunday Times fiction editor, talks at the Crime Fiction Day at St John's College, University of Oxford, on the theme of British Detective Fiction.http://podcasts.ox.ac.uk/cluedo-and-cadavers-british-detective-fiction
 
Shamez Alibhai of Cheyne Capital discusses his work in investing in socially responsible real estate and overcoming the common prejudice that the finance sector is not in the business of creating impactful social change.The Heron Foundation
 
Matthew Weatherley-White discusses the growth of impact investing and transcending the embedded tribalism of public companies and capital markets by initiating impactful conversations.The Heron Foundation
 
On a TalkPoverty radio interview, Clara Miller discusses why “business as usual” is no longer an option.As part of a Labor Day special,TalkPoverty Radio interviewed a series of experts around the issue of labor unions, poverty and philanthropy. Steve Kreisberg, Director of Collective Bargaining, spoke about the importance of unions while Terrence M…
 
This is part one of our conversation w/Kevin Kelly, the founding executive editor of Wired, the guy behind Cool Tools, The "1000 True Fans" theory and much more.In this conversation, we talk mainly about how the future will change due to technology, whether things like AI (Artificial Intelligence) will be dangerous and much more.You can find out mo…
 
William S. Burroughs is one of the most mythologized American authors of the 20th century. When you recall the details of his life, they read like the biography of a fictional character. He was an unabashed heroin addict yet he dressed like a dapper insurance salesman. He was openly, militantly gay at a time when homosexuality wasn’t even mentioned…
 
Depression, Inside-OutDepression—characterized by persistent feelings of sadness, hopelessness, or alienation—afflicts one of every 10 US adults. Our guest George Scialabba, a writer and public intellectual based in Cambridge, is speaking about his decades-long bout with the illness on the occasion of an article he wrote for The Baffler magazine, c…
 
Prof. David McNutt, adjunct professor of Biblical and Theological Studies at Wheaton College, led noontime and evening sessions exploring detective fiction works by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, G.K. Chesterton, and Dorothy L. Sayers that feature their respective detective characters: Sherlock Holmes, Father Brown, and Lord Peter Wimsey. Classes were hel…
 
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