Speaking Our Peace
The 2020/21 Season: Episodes & Stories
Check back every week for new episodes and some behind-the-scene stories
Speaking Our Peace is a project undertaken by four women who live in three different countries. We always seek to bring you real stories of people who have done amazing things so that you may find some rays of hope in times of instability and turmoil. If that's what brings you to our podcast, this episode will surely be as informative as it is heartening. In this episode, you will hear from Shaykh Dr. Al-Ninowy (the founder of the Madina Institute), Sushama Sharma (principal of the Anand Niketan school in India), and S. C. Behar (former Chief Secretary of Madhya Pradesh in India). There is so much we can learn from them, and hearing these three speak all together is powerful.
For more on Dr. Al-Ninowy's work, please visit www.madinainstitute.com.
For more on Sushama Sharma's work, please visit anandniketansevagram.wordpress.com.
This is our last episode for 2020. We look forward to seeing you again in 2021.
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.