Episode
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Radical Generosity During COVID-19 | Ellen Stackable

Published on
June 13, 2020
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While we had some exciting episodes ready for release this month, we feel like it’s best to put those on pause and offer some conversations that can be helpful during this time in quarantine. In today’s episode, Charis calls in Ellen Stackable. Ellen is the co-founder of Poetic Justicethat offers restorative writing and creative arts programs to women who are incarcerated.

Guests

Nehemiah Frank

Nehemiah Frank is a fierce advocate for charter and community schools. He has public policy experience and is the founder and editor in chief of the Black Wall St. Times.

Ellen Stackable

Ellen Stackable is one of the founders and the Executive Director of Poetic Justice. While pursuing her master’s degree in Liberal Studies at the University of Oklahoma, she became aware of the issue of mass incarceration of women in Oklahoma.

Tony Li

TONY LI is an American Photographer and Creative with an emphasis in fashion, commercial, editorial, and model development. He is a design graduate of The Art Institute of Dallas with an 11+ year background in the apparel industry ranging from management to visual merchandising.

Transcript

While we had some exciting episodes ready for release this month, we feel like it’s best to put those on pause and offer some conversations that can be helpful during this time in quarantine. In today’s episode, Charis calls in Ellen Stackable. Ellen is the co-founder of Poetic Justicethat offers restorative writing and creative arts programs to women who are incarcerated.

As you may have heard, people who are incarcerated are getting hit with COVID-19 just as hard as the rest of us, but are limited to options that will keep them safe or treat them. In this conversation, Charis discusses what Poetic Justice looks like during this time, and Ellen offers us some guidance on how to live with Radical Generosity during COVID-19.

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