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Have you thought about the way that our transportation systems are colonial? The violence of our cars?
On this episode, Jonathon Stalls speaks about "unhurried movement" and every-day opportunities for connection and action in the face of a violent car-centric society. Join the sacred circle as Jonathon and I explore how walking/rolling/moving has transformed our experiences of self and relationship with the earth. Jonathon graciously shares his own encounters with life, death, spirituality, and growth.
About our incredible guest:
Jonathon Stalls spent 242 days walking across the United States in 2010 and has continued to move alongside thousands of people for thousands of miles. He is an artist, social entrepreneur, advocate for social, economic, and racial justice, LGBTQIA+, Creator of Intrinsic Paths and Pedestrian Dignity, and Founder/Member of the Walk2Connect Co-op.
Learn more and support Jonathon here: www.Patreon.com/IntrinsicPaths
Photography by Art Heffron
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