You’ve seen them at protest marches, Burning Man, GlobalFEST, Honk Fest, or some other festival. For over a decade, across the country and around the world, a new type of activist street band has emerged. Artistic and political, acoustic and mobile, borrowing repertoire and inspiration from a diverse set of music traditions and styles, their goal is to have fun and engage their audience in often radical ways.
Saturday, May 23rd @ 11AM, Women Hold up Half the Sky will host an interview with John Kinyon. Kinyon is an inspirational speaker, author, and teacher of communication that integrates compassion, mindfulness, and universal connection.
Where is the intersection between computers and biological thought? Learn about the power of programming and computational biology on this episode of The Graduates on Tuesday, May 19th @ 9AM, hosted bimonthly by Tesla Monson. Michael Landis, PhD candidate in Integrative Biology, will discuss his work modelling phylogenetics and Brownian Motion. In the episode, Landis also talks about continuous trait models and biogeography.
This Saturday, May 16th @ 11AM, Women Hold Up Half the Sky will interview Joanna Macy PhD, a highly revered local eco-justice philosopher and leader.