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Simpler OneEarth Living Podcast*
Produced as a Collaboration of Jubilee OneEarth Economics and Simple Living Works! 

This podcast is also known as The Common Good Podcast (TCGP).

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INDEX to PAST EPISODESEpisodes 1->87 // Episodes 88 (2018) -> current

The podcast is directed by Lee Van Ham with Jerry Iversen as producer and co-host.

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Episode 33 :: Voices for a Just Economy: Richard Lawrence, ML King, Other African-Americans & Our Planet

Martin L. King, Jr.’s speech “Where Do We Go from Here?” gives us inspiration to give voice to what others are remaining silent about. African-Americans have repeatedly raised their voices and marched their feet for right relationships in America when America’s too-white leadership kept silent, retaining their positions of power unfairly.

Richard Lawrence tells us of his experiences giving voice with King and others to how the economic system was ruled by whites in ways that acutely excluded blacks. Richard was present in Selma (1965) and led clergy in Chicago’s Englewood neighborhood in an important business and bank boycott which King joined in.

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Episode 8 :: Community. Land. Trust.

Richard Lawrence and Anastasia BrewsterThis month’s episode features two guests from the San Diego Community Land Trust, where Lee Van Ham is the board chairman. Richard Lawrence, ordained in the Methodist Church, has a long history in social justice work, affordable housing efforts and community building in Chicago and San Diego. Anastasia Brewster, coordinator, has experience in Real Estate consulting and has worked with a Phoenix area CLT before coming to San Diego and working with the local CLT.

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