HCP #53: Talking to Children About Race and Racism, with Emma Redden

Emma Redden is a preschool teacher in Vermont with a background in race, gender, and justice. She wrote the book Power Means Who The Police Believe: Talking With Young Children About Race and Racial Violence. She talks with Eric about the inspirations behind her book, the intricacies of addressing challenging topics with young children, and about fear, among other things.

HCP #7: Ancestral Skills and Neurodivergence, with Pinar Sinopoulos-Lloyd

Pınar Sinopoulos-Lloyd is the co-founder of Queer Nature, a nature-connection, rites of passage and ancestral skills project serving the LGBTQIAP+ community. They talk with Eric about what drew them to ancestral skills, suicidality and neuro divergence, healing trauma, and the gifts that ancestral skills practice offers, among other things.