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Ep. 19 Being Factual, Theater to Empower Communities, + Tiny Living w/ Andrea Rabold

This week cohosts Andy Ininns and Jesse Huebner speak with the Executive Director of Mirror Image Arts about positive community impact, how theater can create that impact, and philosphize around being factual.  The crew dives into mental wellness and how we all can give bullying less of a chance to exist as well as the hope that everyone in this human community can feel their value.

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Ep. 15 Breakthroughs, Being Seen, + Murmations w/ Jason Hopcus

This week cohosts Jesse Huebner and Heather Stone speak with Jason Hopcus, the President of the Arapahoe/Douglas Counties affiliate of the National Alliance on Mental Illness.  The crew talks about strange names for groups of things, how we can look at mental health differently, and how connection with other humans and groups is transformational.  Jason shares his own story with breakdown that’s transformed into breakthrough and gets real with why it’s so important to talk about mental wellbeing. 

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Ep. 14 Neurodiversity, Art, + How Traveling Changes You w/ Andrea Moore

On this episode, cohosts Jesse + Carin dig deep with Andrea Moore, the Executive Director of The Wayfaring Band.  We chat about why Andrea started TWB that takes adults with disabilities on trips all over the world to engage dialog around inclusivity, neurodiversity, and mutuality.  Among other things, we get into art, spirituality, and why travelling is so important. We also talk about the emigration of Mennonites and how Colorado really is the largest state.

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