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Shared Humanity

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Shared Humanity is a conversation on what it means to live together. Shared Humanity is hosted by Jessica Seymour, Rachael Adams, Frank Ernesto, and Santiago Then.This is a TOTM podcast. www.wearetotm.com

Latest Episodes

1.1 Intentions

Some of our best and most thoughtful conversations happen around a dinner table. There is something about the food, the atmosphere, and the people that ripen conditions for meaningful conversation. We're launching a three-part series called "Setting the Table" where we discuss how, why, and where to have our most difficult conversations. The disorienting discourse that is swirling in public life these days can seem overwhelming. It seems we can certainly use generous company and a good meal to hearten us. Join us as we examine the role our intentions play in our most difficult conversations. Music credit: Night Owl by Broke for Free

31 MIN2018 SEP 29
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1.1 Intentions

1.2 Common Ground

What if the dinner table was a perfect place to discuss our differences and our greatest potential as a nation? Some of our best and most thoughtful conversations happen around a dinner table. There is something about the food, the atmosphere, and the people that ripen conditions for meaningful conversation. In this episode, we stand in solidarity with the seventeen families that lost loved ones during the Parkland shooting. Also in this episode, we discuss the cultural divide on guns, the need for empathy, and the role our doubts play in having hospitable conversations. We want to thank Fact Not Fiction for our theme song. Check out their album "On Friends and Oppenheimer" at factnotfiction.bandcamp.com/ or wherever you listen to your music. We also want to thank Eastlick Coffee Company for sponsoring the show. Head over to eastlickcoffee.com and enter the promo code "undivided" to get 10% off on your next online purchase.

32 MIN2018 SEP 29
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1.2 Common Ground

1.3 Location

What if the dinner table was a perfect place to discuss our differences and our greatest potential as a nation? Some of our best and most thoughtful conversations happen around a dinner table. There is something about the food, the atmosphere, and the people that ripen conditions for meaningful conversation. In this episode, we interview Reverend Jennifer Bailey from the Faith Matters Network and Lennon Flowers from the Dinner Party about their new project, The People's Supper. The People's Supper aims to repair the breach in our interpersonal relationships across political, ideological, and identity differences, leading to more civil discourse. And, they plan to do it in the most nourishing way we know – over supper! This isn’t about a political party, or what is or isn’t happening in Washington. It’s about us, and our relationship to one another. Jennifer Bailey is an ordained minister, public theologian, and emerging national leader in multi-faith movement for justice. She is...

54 MIN2018 SEP 29
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1.3 Location

1.4 Media Literacy

For many, discerning and making sense of the news is becoming an exercise of endurance. As methods and norms of media distribution and consumption are changing, it's imperative that our skepticism is also balanced with emotional intelligence. On this episode we talk about Media Literacy, the role skepticism plays in discerning the news, and the hope we have despite the occasional feeling the world is on fire. On this episode, we are joined by our new co-host, Frank Ernesto. Join us as we discuss media literacy and as we close out our series "Setting the Table". We want to thank Fact Not Fiction for our theme song. Check out their album "On Friends and Oppenheimer" at factnotfiction.bandcamp.com/ or wherever you listen to your music. We also want to thank Eastlick Coffee Company for sponsoring the show. Head over to www.eastlickcoffee.com and enter the promo code "undivided" to get 10% off on your next online purchase. Shared Humanity is hosted by Rachael Adams, Jessica Seymour, Sant...

42 MIN2018 SEP 29
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1.4 Media Literacy
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Latest Episodes

1.1 Intentions

Some of our best and most thoughtful conversations happen around a dinner table. There is something about the food, the atmosphere, and the people that ripen conditions for meaningful conversation. We're launching a three-part series called "Setting the Table" where we discuss how, why, and where to have our most difficult conversations. The disorienting discourse that is swirling in public life these days can seem overwhelming. It seems we can certainly use generous company and a good meal to hearten us. Join us as we examine the role our intentions play in our most difficult conversations. Music credit: Night Owl by Broke for Free

31 MIN2018 SEP 29
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1.1 Intentions

1.2 Common Ground

What if the dinner table was a perfect place to discuss our differences and our greatest potential as a nation? Some of our best and most thoughtful conversations happen around a dinner table. There is something about the food, the atmosphere, and the people that ripen conditions for meaningful conversation. In this episode, we stand in solidarity with the seventeen families that lost loved ones during the Parkland shooting. Also in this episode, we discuss the cultural divide on guns, the need for empathy, and the role our doubts play in having hospitable conversations. We want to thank Fact Not Fiction for our theme song. Check out their album "On Friends and Oppenheimer" at factnotfiction.bandcamp.com/ or wherever you listen to your music. We also want to thank Eastlick Coffee Company for sponsoring the show. Head over to eastlickcoffee.com and enter the promo code "undivided" to get 10% off on your next online purchase.

32 MIN2018 SEP 29
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1.2 Common Ground

1.3 Location

What if the dinner table was a perfect place to discuss our differences and our greatest potential as a nation? Some of our best and most thoughtful conversations happen around a dinner table. There is something about the food, the atmosphere, and the people that ripen conditions for meaningful conversation. In this episode, we interview Reverend Jennifer Bailey from the Faith Matters Network and Lennon Flowers from the Dinner Party about their new project, The People's Supper. The People's Supper aims to repair the breach in our interpersonal relationships across political, ideological, and identity differences, leading to more civil discourse. And, they plan to do it in the most nourishing way we know – over supper! This isn’t about a political party, or what is or isn’t happening in Washington. It’s about us, and our relationship to one another. Jennifer Bailey is an ordained minister, public theologian, and emerging national leader in multi-faith movement for justice. She is...

54 MIN2018 SEP 29
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1.3 Location

1.4 Media Literacy

For many, discerning and making sense of the news is becoming an exercise of endurance. As methods and norms of media distribution and consumption are changing, it's imperative that our skepticism is also balanced with emotional intelligence. On this episode we talk about Media Literacy, the role skepticism plays in discerning the news, and the hope we have despite the occasional feeling the world is on fire. On this episode, we are joined by our new co-host, Frank Ernesto. Join us as we discuss media literacy and as we close out our series "Setting the Table". We want to thank Fact Not Fiction for our theme song. Check out their album "On Friends and Oppenheimer" at factnotfiction.bandcamp.com/ or wherever you listen to your music. We also want to thank Eastlick Coffee Company for sponsoring the show. Head over to www.eastlickcoffee.com and enter the promo code "undivided" to get 10% off on your next online purchase. Shared Humanity is hosted by Rachael Adams, Jessica Seymour, Sant...

42 MIN2018 SEP 29
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1.4 Media Literacy
the END
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