The Sill Podcast
The Sill Podcast
TSP162 - Planetary Postcards: Ansgar Bittermann - Brainstorming in Berlin.
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TSP162 – Planetary Postcards: Ansgar Bittermann – Brainstorming in Berlin. Journey to Berlin through the eyes of an AI developer and psychotherapist. Berlin resident Ansgar Bittermann shares his thoughts and feelings about this highly cosmopolitan city steeped in history and culture that spans millennia. Ansgar Bittermann: https://pocketguide.ai

Duration – 35:42

Credits: John F. Kennedy’s Speech at the Berlin Wall

Posted: October 24, 2021

The Sill Podcast
The Sill Podcast
TSP161 - PH Factor: Corroding Connections - Are we heading into a societal meltdown?
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TSP161 – PH Factor: Corroding Connections – Are we heading into a societal meltdown? Perhaps even more important than the physical challenge of Covid-19 is the impact brought on by the increasing divisiveness evident in communities, small and large. Do we have enough energy and goodwill left to avoid the potential for a social Chernobyl?

Duration – 38:25

Credits: Harry Posner – ‘Prayer For Healing’

Jane Elliott – Brown eyes and blue eyes Racism experiment Children Session
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oGvoXeXCoUY Jane Elliott on her “Blue Eyes/Brown Eyes Exercise” and Fighting Racism https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f2z-ahJ4uws the famous experiment with school kids (re: how easy it is to persecute those who are different). Jane Elliott (née Jennison; born November 30, 1933) is an American diversity educator. As a schoolteacher, she became known for her “Blue eyes/Brown eyes” exercise, which she first conducted with her third-grade class on April 5, 1968, the day after the assassination of Martin Luther King Jr.)

Posted: October 10, 2021