In this episode, I speak with Curtis Ogden. Curtis has served as Senior Associate at the Interaction Institute for Social Change since 2005 and brings to IISC his experience in education, community building, leadership development, and program design, as well as an abiding passion for work at the intersection of racial justice and environmental sustainability. For the past several years he has built a robust practice in support of numerous multi-stakeholder collaborative change networks. We discuss:
🥥 How relational trust building is where genuine equity work begins;
🥥 Fusion organizing of different movements to create a bigger we;
🥥 Regeneration as what it takes to nurture healthful relationships across nested living systems.
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