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July 30, 2017 @ 5:00 pm

Resistance Radio - Guest: Charlie Brown - 07.30.17

After years of observing how social entrepreneurs harness the power of communities worldwide, Charlie Brown created a network methodology and practice for all organizations growing their brand or cause. His network strategies, customized for an organization’s unique context, identify and activate communities, uniting the communities and organization in a shared purpose. A network strategy is essential for any organization responding to tectonic shifts in identity, information and power. Charlie’s approach, Community Centered Design, has been featured in Harvard Business Review, Forbes,, and Stanford Social Innovation Review. Previously the executive director of Ashoka’s Changemakers, Charlie led his team in pioneering open innovation for social change­developinng a new paradigm for prizes and building a global online community of 100,000 innovators that has garnered more than $500 million in philanthropic funding.

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July 23, 2017 @ 6:00 pm

Resistance Radio - Guest: Deanna Meyer - 07.23.17

Deanna Meyer is a long time environmental activist and is a member of Deep Green Resistance and is also the founder and executive director of Prairie Protection Colorado. Meyer's work currently centers on the protection and preservation of prairie dog communities up and down Colorado's Front Range.

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July 9, 2017 @ 6:00 pm

Resistance Radio - Guest: Richard York - 07.09.17

Richard York is Director and Professor of Environmental Studies and Professor of Sociology at the University of Oregon. His research focuses on environmental sociology, ecological economics, animal studies, and the sociology of science. He has published three books and dozens of articles. Today we talk about his crucial article “Do Alternative Energy Sources Displace Fossil Fuels” 

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July 2, 2017 @ 6:00 pm

Resistance Radio - Guest: Jesse Lasky - 06.30.17

Jesse Lasky is currently assistant professor at Penn State University. His work explores how the environment and human modifications of the environment affect biodiversity at the level of genetics and ecological communities.  Today we talk about how a wall between the US and Mexico would harm wildlife and natural communities. Here is a link to some of his work on this subject: 

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