The session in which we chat with Francisco Cortes, currently the interim executive director of GALAEI, about the work that he does for and with the organization to bring social justice to the queer Latinx community. As a Mexican immigrant and gay Philadelphian, Francisco is passionate about queer and trans, Latinx and Black youth empowerment and leadership development, and he brought that passion to our studio conversation.
The session in which we interview Rebecca Bonner, MEd, Head of School at the Bridge Way High School. Rebecca knows first-hand about the impact addiction can have on students and their families. The Bridge Way School is Philadelphia’s first recovery high school and the only one in Pennsylvania that is licensed and accredited by the PA Department of Education. The school’s mission is to offer a strong academic program to students in recovery from substance abuse and/or addiction.
In addition to information about the school, check out their wishlist on the site menu:
The Bridge Way School was founded by The Greater Philadelphia Association of Recovery Education (GPARE) a non-profit organization dedicated to bringing recovery education to secondary and post-secondary students in the Philadelphia area.
Our Mother’s Day session! Two of our twenty-something offspring talk to us about their world view and how it may or may not have been influenced by their upbringing by us and our psychologist partners. In this session, we chat with Julie’s son, Aaron Jacobs, and Cindy’s younger daughter, Zoë Naseef about what it was like being raised by not 1, but 2 psychologist parents.
The session in which we talk to Dr. Roy Eidelson about his book, Political Mind Games: How the 1% Manipulate Our Understanding of What’s Happening, What’s Right, and What’s Possible. Psychologist Roy Eidelson helps us understand political mind games and suggests ways to combat the manipulative ploys of the self-interested 1%.