In a follow-up conversation on the questions surrounding "Elderhood", host Randy Harris welcomes as our guest, Fr. Gabriel Rochelle to explore this and related considerations.
Today's program allows host Randy Harris and guest Alicia Chumley, Project Director with Boys and Girls Clubs of El Paso TX, an opportunity for an exploratory conversation about the roles and relevance of "Elders" in our communities.
Host Randy Harris welcomes Jim Rice, Environmental Sociology Professor at New Mexico State University. The dialogue offers perspectives on the importance of critical thinking about the first atomic detonation at the "Trinity" site in New Mexico, current considerations of climate change science, pandemic science, and more.
On this morning's Think Again, host Randy Harris and guest Dr.Xolani Kacela explore some of the considerations of race and racism within church settings, as expressed in Dr. Kacela's new book, The Black UU Survival Guide.
Kari Bachman, director of Doña Ana Communities United and host of KTAL's Just Community, joins Randy in a discussion about the realities and language of race, racism and privilege.
In our conversation today, Randy Harris and Bob Hearn explore some of the considerations of "Internal" and "External" as related to our internal personal processes as contrasted with our external relationships to ourselves and our places within the details of the world.
Today's "Think Again" program features a conversation with host Randy Harris, and Jon Williams - PhD Candidate at University of New Mexico in the field of Sociology. The conversation spans a spectrum of curious considerations (from a sociological perspective), about what's happening with us as individuals and as a society in this time of significant transitions.
Guest Reverend Dr. Harvey Daiho Hilbert, Buddhist priest, and former psychotherapist, with a PHD in Social Work from Case Western Reserve University joins with host Randy Harris in conversation about the concept of Critical Race Theory (CRT).
In this episode of Think Again, sometimes co-host and always delightful guest Keith Whelpley joins Randy Harris to explore parenting - how we think about the process, why we think the way we do, and why that matters. The exploration touches on how we were parented, and how we parent; past, and present. The conversation considers many factors, including but not limited to, the apparent and perhaps the unseen or unexpected outcomes of how we parent our young and adult children.
Today's Think Again conversation features Trisha McCaul. She and host Randy Harris explore the thinking and practices that inform "Ancestral Veneration" - a process of increasing our awareness and connection with those who've come before us.
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