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We Who Engage
31 minutes | Nov 30, 2019
Season 2 Recap
In our series finale, The Move Podcast reflects on Season 2 with their sound engineer, Dave Lishansky. This season, we focused on new actors in the civic space and discovered some incredible people and organizations working to make a difference in their communities. In this episode, we'll recap some of our favorite moments and takeaways from each interview this past season. How can we think about civic life in a way that encourages meaningful change and participation across communities?
43 minutes | Nov 15, 2019
S2E9: A Community's "Spark" (with Antonio Moya-Latorre)
In Episode 9, The Move Podcast interviews Antonio Moya-Latorre, artist, architect and planner. Co-hosts Ceasar and Ayushi join Toni in a piano practice studio at MIT, where he improvises (live!) using some of the emotional themes he felt while facilitating community-centered development in Brazil. Interspersed throughout Toni's improvisations, we talk about how planners can use the arts to inform, enhance, and reflect on the lasting impacts of their work. What does it mean to spark meaningful, sustainable and self-actualizing work in local communities?
49 minutes | Oct 31, 2019
S2E8 Digital Curb Cuts (with Nicole Bleuel)
In Episode 8, The Move Podcast interviews Nicole Bleuel from Google's Creative Lab. Co-hosts Ceasar and Ayushi discuss the responsibility of technology companies to build for a more representative public, and the opportunity for tech employees to use their platform's reach for good. We learn about how the Emoji keyboard became more inclusive, and about some of the latest technology that makes the world a little more accessible. Can creating digital products for people at the margins benefit both business and society?
41 minutes | Oct 10, 2019
S2E7 Creating Spaces for Struggle (with Candice Springer, Desiree Arevalo)
In Episode 7, The Move Podcast interviews Candice Springer and Desiree Arevalo, who manage WBUR's new CitySpace arena in Boston. Co-hosts Ceasar and Ayushi explore the complexity and considerations involved in building physical spaces that allow for difficult conversation and mutual engagement – particularly across divided city residents. How can we build critical spaces and opportunities to allow for peaceful struggle, interdependence, and ultimately, understanding in a divided society?
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