Episode 9: Zumba!
We took a Zumba class with Laci Chisolm of Fit 4 Dance and learn about real leadership.
Have you donated to the Center for Artistic Activism yet? We need money for lasers!
“Hard work can be fun!”
This episode builds on our Mani-Pedi episode about self care and our TGI Friday’s episode with its having fun with friends theme.
Is our activism on a treadmill? How do we make it surprising? How do we change leadership and perspective in the room?
Creating a form and allowing for deviation.
Enter at your level, and everyone develops some proficiency
Don’t intellectualize it, let people learn by experience
“It’s better to see and participate, rather than be told.” – Pat Jerido
We bypass fear and don’t address those feelings and jump straight to the rational arguments of justice and fairness.
Allowing spaces where people can feel afraid.
“If you’re in a place of fear, that means nothing bad is happening. You have a luxury to be fearful.” – Pat Jerido
Where are the people who become the model actors in overcoming fear?
Modeling vs teaching
The mistakes of Campus Activism
Everyone wants to be the guy in the Greenpeace zodiac boat.
Activism: It’s not all righteous and glamorous.
Fighting Dean Wirmer vs solving real problems
Find and recognize your allies
Duncombe: The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 2
Pat: Star Wars Trailer
Lambert: Stop watching movies on your laptop: get a TV.
Check out more examples of artistic activism on our site, artisticactivism.org and actipedia.org.
Music: The Reigning Sound, “Stick Up for Me” courtesy of the Free Music Archive
The Pop Culture Salvage Expeditions on iTunes and wherever you get your podcasts.
More on the Center for Artistic Activism at artisticactivism.org, Stephen Duncombe at stephenduncombe.com, Patricia Jerido on Twitter, and Steve Lambert at visitsteve.com
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