What if the word manifesto was not a dictum imposed on others but an invitation into your evolving purpose and practice in the world? This is my effort to re-imagine my understanding of the word manifesto and create one of my own.
An immersive, audio-driven, essay film bearing witness to the experiences of nurses providing care for Covid patients in the pandemic.
An invitation to nurses who have been on the frontlines of patient care during the Covid19 pandemic to participate in a collective storytelling project
I was once a cat hater. Brought up on dogs, my world view was shaped by slobbery kisses, exuberant wagging tails, and good-natured, “always ready for adventure” personalities.I had all sorts of preconceived notions about cats and their world: sandpaper tongues,...
“...until justice rolls down like waters and righteousness like a mighty stream.”—Martin Luther King, Jr. Many friends and family have reached out to my spouse and me to see how Minneapolis is doing right now, so I took a drive through some of our city neighborhoods...
A souvenir apron from New York City in 1964 becomes an enduring love note from my grandmother. November 19, 1964. My grandmother—on her first and only trip to New York City from Alabama where she lived her entire life— bought this apron on the day I was born. ...
“A little meditation” on “doing the right thing for the reward of doing the right thing” inspired by poet Seamus Heaney’s St. Kevin and the Blackbird.
“How far that little candle throws his beams! So shines a good deed in a weary world.” ― William Shakespeare
“a reminder of how fragile and precious life is and how intimately connected we all are as human beings” —composer Frank Ticheli
Imagine finding an old letter that reveals your parents were first-hand witnesses to Fidel Castro taking power in Cuba in 1959.