From Debate to Dialogue: Disrupting Conversation Paradigms

Through human connection in conversation, deeper levels of discovery are touched. Who are we? Who do we want to be as a society? How can I contribute?  Together we will interact through a tool designed to hold space for paradoxical viewpoints, giving opportunity for insights missed in conversational competition to arise. What are the roots […]

Disrupting the Business Model of War

Can we Raise Awareness Toward Disrupting the Business Model of War? If we become aware of the interconnected systems and interests of political & planetary oppression, we can publicly speak to these issues, and disrupt their functions. We hold that the only truly sustainable world is flourishing – which is present when people, societies and […]

Are We Transdisciplinary Yet?

Bridging Landscapes of Understanding We often claim innovation requires transdisciplinary learning – But is that so? Or is it still an aspiration? Where are we not transdisciplinary? Are we mistaking inter or multi for trans? (Why it matters) How might we structure transdisciplinary deep listening  and progress towards constructive dialogue? How do we bridge different […]

Wampums and Watersheds: On the Path of Restoration

HOW INDIGENOUS KNOWLEDGE IS THE BEST, PERHAPS ONLY HOPE FOR ADDRESSING CLIMATE CHANGE. May’s DwD explored a shared inquiry led by Kevin Best (Indigenize or Die, Friends of the Seventh Generation) in the indigenous style of a talking circle dialogue, with nearly 25 participants present.  The talking circle is ancient mode that respects the primacy […]