RESILIENCE

Brenda talks about culture, building community strength, medicine and overcoming stigmas around cannabis use with Fany and Clara from Latinos For Cannabis.


This episode of Charlando focuses on community empowerment.

Charlando hosts and guests share a wide ranging discussion: From recognizing small business opportunities for the Latinx community to honoring strength and building resilience in local Native communities.


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A hopeful conversation to kick off Del Norte Dispatch.

Mike Thorton, community organizer working with True North Organizing Network, discusses some of the work taking place in Del Norte county. In collaboration with many community members, Mike is working to build a healthier, more resilient Del Norte region.


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This episode of Food For Thought features Jennifer Bell and Laura Hughes talking about the Winter Farmers' Market and some exciting new community collaborations with the North Coast Growers' Association.


On this episode of Charlando, Brenda Perez and Yojana Miraya discuss community resilience, holiday traditions and Indigenous approaches to environmental issues. Charlando airs Tuesdays at 7pm, Wednesdays at 7am and Saturdays at 1pm on Radio Bilingue 103.3

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"Meaning, mission, and purpose – I’ve come to believe this is the biggest wellspring of resilience.  If you can find something to connect to that is larger than self, that is one of the most important protective factors in resilience."  Dr. Andrew Shatté returns to the program with part two of his interview on resilience.    Andrew is an author and the founder and President of Phoenix Life Academy, a training company that specializes in measuring and training for resilience. He is a Research Professor in the Medical School of the University of Arizona and co-author of the book The Resilience Factor.  


"The key I think is not to change the style but help people become aware of their thinking styles, where they are vulnerable to faulty thinking, how that might rob them of resilience, and then teach them a skill to be able to get around that style."  Dr. Andrew Shatté is an author and the founder and president of Phoenix Life Academy, a training company that specializes in measuring and training for resilience.  He is a Research Professor in the Medical School of the University of Arizona and co-author of the book The Resilience Factor.  He shares his thoughts on resilience in part one of this two-part interview.  


On this week's Food For Thought, Miguel Uribe continues his discussion with Jennifer Bell about food sovereignty, culture and resilience in the highlands of Michoacan, Mexico.


Humboldt County Office of Education has a thriving hydrofarm. Jennifer Bell and Karen Brooks continue their discussion about the greenhouse focused on growing community resilience, education and career opportunities.

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Community Sustainability Organizer, Jeanine Cava, joins Jennifer Bell to talk about food systems, politics, community resilience and a new course offered through extended education at HSU: Hungry For Change: Toward a Just & Restorative Food System

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