Aug 4, 2019
The Wardens, a musical trio from Banff, Canada, weave stories of backcountry law enforcement into "Sons of the Pioneers"-style harmonies. Ray, Brad and Scott talk to Rain about the unearthly sound of Grizzly in mourning, keeping four million tourists safe, and what to do when an elk drops her baby in your flowerbed.
Jul 29, 2019
Ojai writing and performance coach Kim Maxwell on the power of the personal story, how policy changes when you listen instead of fix, and why the chicken dance is the key to it all.
Jul 22, 2019
Ricardo De Anda, immigration lawyer and "border radical," on the challenges in getting kids out of detention, the border as an asset, and why it could all be so much easier.
Jul 15, 2019
Musician Chuck Prophet extols the virtues of being shot out of a cannon, of Donald Trump-style promotion, and of being an unabashed fan.
Jul 8, 2019
Hassan Ahmad, DC lawyer and member of the Dulles Justice Coalition, describes how the chaos of the Travel Ban galvanized him as an activist and inspired him to run for office.