The first show I hosted at KZSC was ‘Celtic Undercurrents’ honoring my ancestral heritage. Then came ‘Freedom Flight’ (freedom, struggle, and responsible change) and a stint doing ‘Turtle Island’, KZSC’s long-loved Native American news and music show. Now it’s ‘Conciliation Sunday’, designed to inspire listeners to ‘conciliate’ or unite mind, body, spirit and emotion so they can powerfully effect their lives and our shared world in a positive fashion.
Along the way I’ve been humbled, buoyed, awestruck and energized by so many people; heroes in my life-book who have been instrumental in affording others valuable intangibles and rights that remind us we are sacred humans who really are ‘One’ in this amazing miracle called life. Many are unknown and unsung, like the mother rising up dead tired to care for a sick child or a father working his life away to provide a better environment for his kids.
Then there are those who have been in the spotlight for a long time fighting for justice and a better world. One such remarkable soul is Peter Yarrow of ‘Peter, Paul and Mary’ fame. Find out about his escapades over the years when he joins me on ‘Conciliation Sunday’ December 11th for a live interview. It’ll be a far ranging conversation covering his early days in the center of the folk music movement up to what he’s doing today including singing at the ‘Occupy New York’ gathering, his new pop-up children’s book ‘Puff the Magic Dragon’ plus Peter’s imaginative thoughts on what a positive future might look like in 2012 and beyond.
What does it mean to be an activist in these changing times? How do we inspire each other? What’s our role as citizens for the betterment of all? Join guest Peter Yarrow and myself as we engage in the larger conversation which we hope includes you this week on ‘Conciliation Sunday’, 6 to 9 am on KZSC.