Folk U Radio’s Reporters Roundtable on CKTZ: where we go in-depth on today’s big issues from a small community perspective with the journalists that are researching and writing about them from within these communities. Today’s topic is the unique nature of the the Housing Crisis in rural/isolated and small communities.Continue reading Folk U Reporter’s Roundtable: the Housing Crisis in rural/isolated and small communities
January 22, 2021 Folk U Radio 101 Show: Creating a Compass for 2021 with Oriane Lee Johnston.
Oriane Lee explains these elements for creating the compass and her process. Listen to the podcast to learn more or read her notes below.
Wayfinding tools meditation, Tarot, horses; plus the Emerging Future process
Folk U 101: The Social Dilemma
The last year has transformed the way we work, play, learn, and interact by bringing more and more of our lives online. Cortes Island‘s clinical therapist and our resident brain “professor” Hayley Newell discusses social media addiction, the new Netflix documentary “The Social Dilemma,” our brains on social media, and what we are reaching for when we reach for our devices.Continue reading Folk U-The Social Dilemma: social media and your mental health
2/5/21 Folk U 101 Show: The Secret Behind Tribal Secret Societies
Secret societies were relatively common in the tribal world that Europeans encountered and documented, including the Northwest Coast. They embodied some of the most awe-inspiring events in the cultures of traditional societies with mystifying public displays of magic and occult powers. as well as profane powers. Masked spirits appeared and demonstrated their powers as well. The feasts held for initiates were the most important and lavish events for many families.Continue reading Folk U: The Secret behind Tribal Societies