Speaking Our Peace
The 2020/21 Season: Episodes & Stories
Check back every week for new episodes and some behind-the-scene stories
Sidney Kairu's interview, to me, is unique. As a self-described introvert, he offers his perspective and artistic viewpoint to us in his decision to march with Jai Jagat from Delhi until the march was stopped in Armenia. His words may serve as inspiration for those of us who wish to bring their own gifts and strengths into the movement towards global peace, but may not know how they fit in. Sidney's encouraging, warm nature shines through in this interview with Annie. We hope you enjoy it.
In this episode, Adwait and Ashima discuss the school where Adwait is an educator. Whether you live in India or the West, the schooling style is revolutionary and Gandhian.
This is a stunning interview conducted by Ashima, with her co-marcher Shruti. Their camaraderie, mutual respect and friendship are palpable in their conversation, and it is with great pleasure that we give you a window into that. During the interview, they discuss education in India, and the things that youth have to teach us. If you'd like to reach out to us, you can e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Instagram and Twitter: @ourpeacepodcast www.speakingourpeace.com
In this episode, Aneesh Thillenkery tells us about being one of the organizers of the Jai Jagat 2020 march, but that is only one part of his discussion with Annie this week. They spend some time talking about his other projects, and discussing the relationship between an activist and the community they work in.