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Safe Space Radio is the show about subjects we'd struggle with less if we could talk about them more.

Safe Space Radio is the show about subjects we'd struggle with less if we could talk about them more.
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Location:

Portland, Maine

Description:

Safe Space Radio is the show about subjects we'd struggle with less if we could talk about them more.

Language:

English

Contact:

207-651-6412


Episodes

Can We Talk? Sociologist Margaret Hagerman on the definition of race

5/20/2019
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Many white parents have never learned how to talk about race and racism with their kids. Their silence perpetuates racism—but it can be hard to know how to start. This hour-long program is about talking to white kids about race and racism: how white parents, families, and teachers can learn to show up for racial justice in a way that will make a difference for generations to come. The show explores a wide variety of approaches with kids of all ages. Parents, racial justice experts, and teens...

Duration:00:02:16

Can We Talk? Tim Wise on learning from our mistakes as parents

5/20/2019
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Many white parents have never learned how to talk about race and racism with their kids. Their silence perpetuates racism—but it can be hard to know how to start. This hour-long program is about talking to white kids about race and racism: how white parents, families, and teachers can learn to show up for racial justice in a way that will make a difference for generations to come. The show explores a wide variety of approaches with kids of all ages. Parents, racial justice experts, and teens...

Duration:00:04:07

Can We Talk? Karina Moltz on the first time she talked to her son about race

5/20/2019
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Many white parents have never learned how to talk about race and racism with their kids. Their silence perpetuates racism—but it can be hard to know how to start. This hour-long program is about talking to white kids about race and racism: how white parents, families, and teachers can learn to show up for racial justice in a way that will make a difference for generations to come. The show explores a wide variety of approaches with kids of all ages. Parents, racial justice experts, and teens...

Duration:00:05:29

Can We Talk? John Biewen on being one of "the good white people"

5/20/2019
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Many white parents have never learned how to talk about race and racism with their kids. Their silence perpetuates racism—but it can be hard to know how to start. This hour-long program is about talking to white kids about race and racism: how white parents, families, and teachers can learn to show up for racial justice in a way that will make a difference for generations to come. The show explores a wide variety of approaches with kids of all ages. Parents, racial justice experts, and teens...

Duration:00:04:22

Can We Talk? Melissa Unterecker on raising kids along the U.S.-Mexico border

5/20/2019
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Many white parents have never learned how to talk about race and racism with their kids. Their silence perpetuates racism—but it can be hard to know how to start. This hour-long program is about talking to white kids about race and racism: how white parents, families, and teachers can learn to show up for racial justice in a way that will make a difference for generations to come. The show explores a wide variety of approaches with kids of all ages. Parents, racial justice experts, and teens...

Duration:00:03:27

Can We Talk? Jennifer Harvey on raising anti-racist white kids

5/20/2019
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Many white parents have never learned how to talk about race and racism with their kids. Their silence perpetuates racism—but it can be hard to know how to start. This hour-long program is about talking to white kids about race and racism: how white parents, families, and teachers can learn to show up for racial justice in a way that will make a difference for generations to come. The show explores a wide variety of approaches with kids of all ages. Parents, racial justice experts, and teens...

Duration:00:03:44

Can We Talk? Sierra Black on her most embarrassing moment as a white parent

5/20/2019
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Many white parents have never learned how to talk about race and racism with their kids. Their silence perpetuates racism—but it can be hard to know how to start. This hour-long program is about talking to white kids about race and racism: how white parents, families, and teachers can learn to show up for racial justice in a way that will make a difference for generations to come. The show explores a wide variety of approaches with kids of all ages. Parents, racial justice experts, and teens...

Duration:00:05:52

Can We Talk? Shay Stewart-Bouley & Debby Irving on moving from talking to action

5/19/2019
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Many white parents have never learned how to talk about race and racism with their kids. Their silence perpetuates racism—but it can be hard to know how to start. This hour-long program is about talking to white kids about race and racism: how white parents, families, and teachers can learn to show up for racial justice in a way that will make a difference for generations to come. The show explores a wide variety of approaches with kids of all ages. Parents, racial justice experts, and teens...

Duration:00:01:34

Can We Talk? Shay Stewart-Bouley & Debby Irving on talking to their kids about race

5/19/2019
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Many white parents have never learned how to talk about race and racism with their kids. Their silence perpetuates racism—but it can be hard to know how to start. This hour-long program is about talking to white kids about race and racism: how white parents, families, and teachers can learn to show up for racial justice in a way that will make a difference for generations to come. The show explores a wide variety of approaches with kids of all ages. Parents, racial justice experts, and teens...

Duration:00:05:47

Can We Talk? Ellen Corson on the loneliness of divorce

5/13/2019
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Loneliness: What it is? Why do so many of us feel it? And what toll does it take on our physical and mental health? Through stories, this show examines the risk factors for loneliness, the influence of social media, and how creative approaches to loneliness can leave us more connected and resilient. We also explore why two groups in particular—teens and the elderly—are most at risk for chronic loneliness. Listen to the full episode at safespaceradio.com/loneliness.

Duration:00:02:17

Can We Talk? Psychologist Julianne Holt-Lundstad on the health effects of loneliness

5/13/2019
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Loneliness: What it is? Why do so many of us feel it? And what toll does it take on our physical and mental health? Through stories, this show examines the risk factors for loneliness, the influence of social media, and how creative approaches to loneliness can leave us more connected and resilient. We also explore why two groups in particular—teens and the elderly—are most at risk for chronic loneliness. Listen to the full episode at safespaceradio.com/loneliness.

Duration:00:03:48

Can We Talk? Jara & Kenley Sturdivant-Wilson on postpartum loneliness

5/13/2019
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Loneliness: What it is? Why do so many of us feel it? And what toll does it take on our physical and mental health? Through stories, this show examines the risk factors for loneliness, the influence of social media, and how creative approaches to loneliness can leave us more connected and resilient. We also explore why two groups in particular—teens and the elderly—are most at risk for chronic loneliness. Listen to the full episode at safespaceradio.com/loneliness.

Duration:00:07:54

Can We Talk? Gloria & Carla Perissinotto the loneliness of getting older

5/13/2019
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Loneliness: What it is? Why do so many of us feel it? And what toll does it take on our physical and mental health? Through stories, this show examines the risk factors for loneliness, the influence of social media, and how creative approaches to loneliness can leave us more connected and resilient. We also explore why two groups in particular—teens and the elderly—are most at risk for chronic loneliness. Listen to the full episode at safespaceradio.com/loneliness.

Duration:00:10:20

Can We Talk? Alyson Thompson on the 'gift of going first'

5/13/2019
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Loneliness: What it is? Why do so many of us feel it? And what toll does it take on our physical and mental health? Through stories, this show examines the risk factors for loneliness, the influence of social media, and how creative approaches to loneliness can leave us more connected and resilient. We also explore why two groups in particular—teens and the elderly—are most at risk for chronic loneliness. Listen to the full episode at safespaceradio.com/loneliness.

Duration:00:03:14

Can We Talk? John Kennedy on using his loneliness to help others

5/13/2019
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Loneliness: What it is? Why do so many of us feel it? And what toll does it take on our physical and mental health? Through stories, this show examines the risk factors for loneliness, the influence of social media, and how creative approaches to loneliness can leave us more connected and resilient. We also explore why two groups in particular—teens and the elderly—are most at risk for chronic loneliness. Listen to the full episode at safespaceradio.com/loneliness.

Duration:00:04:26

Can We Talk? Annie McCarthy on the loneliness of coming out

5/13/2019
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Loneliness: What it is? Why do so many of us feel it? And what toll does it take on our physical and mental health? Through stories, this show examines the risk factors for loneliness, the influence of social media, and how creative approaches to loneliness can leave us more connected and resilient. We also explore why two groups in particular—teens and the elderly—are most at risk for chronic loneliness. Listen to the full episode at safespaceradio.com/loneliness.

Duration:00:06:53

Can We Talk? Bella Marinos on choosing solitude over loneliness

5/12/2019
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Loneliness: What it is? Why do so many of us feel it? And what toll does it take on our physical and mental health? Through stories, this show examines the risk factors for loneliness, the influence of social media, and how creative approaches to loneliness can leave us more connected and resilient. We also explore why two groups in particular—teens and the elderly—are most at risk for chronic loneliness. Listen to the full episode at safespaceradio.com/loneliness.

Duration:00:08:08

Can We Talk? Extended interview with Jennifer Harvey

5/8/2019
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Many white parents have never learned how to talk about race and racism with their kids. Their silence perpetuates racism—but it can be hard to know how to start. This hour-long program is about talking to white kids about race and racism: how white parents, families, and teachers can learn to show up for racial justice in a way that will make a difference for generations to come. The show explores a wide variety of approaches with kids of all ages. Parents, racial justice experts, and teens...

Duration:01:09:13

Can We Talk? Extended interview with Julianne Holt-Lundstad

5/8/2019
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Loneliness: What it is? Why do so many of us feel it? And what toll does it take on our physical and mental health? Through stories, this show examines the risk factors for loneliness, the influence of social media, and how creative approaches to loneliness can leave us more connected and resilient. We also explore why two groups in particular—teens and the elderly—are most at risk for chronic loneliness. Listen to the full episode at safespaceradio.com/loneliness.

Duration:00:54:43

Can We Talk? Leon Robinson on not believing you deserve help

5/5/2019
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Why is it so hard to admit when we need something from another person? And what are the surprising effects that sharing our vulnerability can have on our mental health? Can We Talk? Asking For Help explores how shame and stigma can prevent us from asking for what we need, why we tend to underestimate the generosity of others, and how asking can make us feel seen in both welcome and uncomfortable ways. We also take a look at the complicated experience of wanting to help someone who can’t or...

Duration:00:04:04