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Healthy Enough and Vegan Enough: Dreena Burton on PYP 487

Dreena Burton has been churning out amazing vegan cookbooks for 20 years. In this conversation, we explore her career, and what the journey’s been like.

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Building Multi-Faith Community Through Music: James Pollard Jr. and Harold Messinger on PYP 486

Can music bridge the gaps that divide communities? Can we sing and play together and rediscover our common humanity and deep caring for one another? Cantor Harold Messinger and James Pollard Jr. have been conducting a music “Faith Gumbo” in Philadelphia for the past 13 years. I hope their bright spirits and loving hearts will inspire you.

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Upcycling Food to Stop Climate Change: Caroline Cotto on PYP 485

What is upcycled food? What is it good for? Why should you care?

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Bringing Lifestyle Medicine to Black Women: Aajay Shah and Meryl Fury on PYP 484

Black women in America suffer more from obesity and chronic disease than any other demographic. In this conversation, we talk about why, and what to do about it.

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Change is a Break with the Past: Peter Bregman on PYP 483

Is it possible to change other people for the better? Or should we just mind our own business, and concentrate on ourselves?

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How to Tell Truth from BS: Glenn Murphy on PYP 482

How do you know if something is true, or exaggerated, or more nuanced, or fake news? How can you get better at telling truth from fiction in a world of snake oil and misguided believers?

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The Business of Compassion: Miyoko Schinner on PYP 481

Miyoko Schinner is founder and CEO of Miyoko’s, one of the most successful plant-based dairy alternative ventures of the past decade. We talk about her journey – ups and downs – and lessons learned.

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Hurricane Ida – appeal for immediate funds by Josh LaJaunie: PYP 480

Sick to Fit coauthor Josh LaJaunie and his family are trying to help their friends, neighbors, and community – many of whom have lost everything, and have no access to food and water, fuel, electricity, or transportation.

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Plant Teachers: Ayahuasca, Tobacco, and the Pursuit of Knowledge: Jeremy Narby on PYP 479

Can science learn anything from Indigenous knowledge about local plants, and animals? Can science acknowledge that debt and offer reciprocity?

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Why You Should Care About Sharks: James Sulikowski on PYP 478

Are sharks vicious, erratic human-eating predators? Are they keystone species crucial for the health of marine ecosystems? Or are they just the subject of annoyingly catchy children’s songs?

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