Episode 02 – Big Buttons, Bigger Coping Skills ft Jody DeBoer LMSW


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In this episode we discuss the erroneous ballistic missile alert in Hawaii, the deportation of Jorge Garcia and what role does immigration law play in society. LMSW Jody DeBoer joins to discuss the general functions of community mental health centers and their important role in the health of individual communities.

Recommended reading: Raven Rock: The Story of the U.S. Government’s Secret Plan to Save Itself–While the Rest of Us Die by Garrett Graff

Music included in this podcast with permission: Balkan Beats by The Freak Fandango Orchestra, Bad Seed by The UK’s.

Episode 01 – MLK, Feedback Loops, and Conflict ft Rev Steven Andrews

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In this episode I introduce the concept of the podcast at length, and perhaps efficiently. Rev Steven Andrews joins to reflect on MLK, social media dialogue, conflict, and communication.

Recommended reading: The Color of Law by Richard Rothstein.

Music included in this podcast with permission: Balkan Beats by The Freak Fandango Orchestra, Bad Seed by The UK’s.

The Off Baseline Podcast

I am launching a podcast called “Off Baseline”, which aims to navigate the news through the macro and micro lenses of sociology, psychology, history, anthropology, communication theory, political science, economics, and other social sciences. Essentially I will seek to process current events through these lenses, through interview of peers and available interviewees, and the trusty ol’ coping skill of humor.

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Music is “Balkan Beats” by The Freak Fandango Orchestra https://freakfandango.bandcamp.com/ used with permission from the artist.

Look for the first show in January 2018. This is not a full time job, so I will be experimenting with manageable show structures and frequency.