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t3: Changing the Conversation

Critical and timely topics related to homelessness, substance use, mental health, and trauma. Jeff Olivet--activist, writer and CEO of the Center for Social Innovation--interviews health and human service experts, researchers, and advocates. Conversations explore how we can adapt our systems to the rapidly changing landscape of social services. For more information visit thinkt3.com.
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Now displaying: August, 2016
Aug 29, 2016

Host Jeff Olivet offers his reflections on the past season's dialogues involving homelessness, trauma, mental health, race and recovery. He also shares his perspectives on new frontiers that homeless advocates will need to tackle.

As we wrap up this season's podcast and start of a new season, we ask that our valued podcast listeners please send suggestions on how Changing the Conversation can best serve your work and organizations - how can our podcast be strengthened to enhance your work; what topics would you like us to tackle from a new angle; and even which guests you think would provide fresh insight? 

Please send your feedback to info@thinkt3.com

Aug 15, 2016

In this dynamic conversation with Senior Analyst Collin Whelley and Public Policy Attorney Kate Whelley McCabe, Jeff taps into their insights regarding the legal rights of those experiencing homelessness, local ordinances that criminalize homelessness and the rise of urban neoliberalism. 

Bonus: Collin performs a piece he wrote about homelessness in Boulder, Colorado. 

Aug 2, 2016

Dr. Donald Burnes talks with Jeff Olivet on the current state of homelessness in America, income inequality, and discusses his new book "Ending Homelessness: Why We Haven't, How We Can".

 

 

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