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23 Jun 2018

@ Sea With Justin McRoberts

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    @ Sea Podcast #24: Jeremy Cowart

    You may have heard the rumor or legend or sorts that certain cultures throughout history have been at least suspicious or cautious about photography in fear that something of the soul was captured in the process. The other side of that coin is that, to many purveyors of the arts, a great portrait actually has […]

  • Posted on 21 Apr 2018

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    Episode #23: Carlos Whittaker

    The question “What do you do?” or “What do you do for a living?” it’s not so much a question about work as it is a way to figure out who someone is; a question of identity. And that relationship between who I am and what I do can be tricky,… even confusing. Too closely […]

  • Posted on 31 Mar 2018

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    @ Sea Podcast #22: Sandra McCracken

    The ways we move into and out of one another’s lives… the modality of relationship, is a matter of art. In fact, I resonate with Seth Godin’s definition of art as anything that facilitates human connection… including, in my own iteration of the definition, a relationship with one’s self. For nearly two decades Sandra McCracken […]

  • Posted on 11 Mar 2018

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    @ Sea Podcast #21: Dominique DuBois Gilliard

    Welcome to episode 1 of season 3 of the @ Sea Podcast. My guest is Dominique DuBois Gilliard. Dominique is the director of racial righteousness and reconciliation for the Love Mercy Do Justice Initiative of Evangelical Covenant Church. He is also the author of Rethinking Incarceration, which is the focus of my conversation with him. We pick up as […]

  • Posted on 09 Feb 2018

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    @ Sea Podcast #20: Julie Bindel

    in 1981, in Yorkshire, England, Peter William Sutcliffe was convicted of the murder of 13 women over a span of about 5 years. Police were criticized for there slowness of the investigation, the pace of which which appeared to pick up only after one of Suttcliffe’s victims turn out *not* to be a prostitute. Among […]

  • Posted on 24 Sep 2017

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