On Friday June 4th, 2021 host Ami Chen Mills-Naim looked at the intersection of spirituality with social and political activism.
Ami’s guest is Antoinette Parekh, a local Zen Buddhist priest in the lineage of Suzuki Roshi. With a long history of environmental and social justice activism.They discussed the role of spirituality in the social and political world, how spirituality and activism inform each other, and how to stay sane during troubled times.
Unheard Voices is a derivative of the new Civil Rights Movement Black Lives Matter. This program is inclusive of all people of the colors of the Rainbow. We hold the vision that change begins in the heart, and with the intention to learn about others and respect their world views, we will find ways to coexist peacefully to create a world that works for all.
Omar Guzman is currently a student at San Jose State University where he is majoring in RTF (Radio, Television and Film). His focus in screenwriting. Besides going to school, Omar loves to play video games, cycle, and play with his loving Boston Terrier, Archie. Omar's main goal is to make sure Watsonville does not continue to get overshadowed by its neighbors.