Lives Radio Show with Stuart Chittenden

Lives Radio Show with Stuart Chittenden

By Lives Radio Show with Stuart Chittenden

Lives is a one hour radio talk show about conversation and community, featuring interviews with the people that bring community to life. It is broadcast and streamed weekly on air and on the internet by KXNB Mind & Soul 101.3FM, a new low-power community radio station licensed to the Malcolm X Center Memorial Foundation in north Omaha. Lives Radio Show with Stuart Chittenden is a production of Squishtalks.

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06/04/20

Lives Radio Show – Celebrating Black Lives

Amid the mayhem and the violence inflicted upon our minority communities, this week’s show looks back to conversations with previous guests as they not only speak out against inequity and oppression, but also celebrate the magic, their artistry, and Read more

05/27/20

Lives Radio Show – Jason Lauritsen

Jason Lauritsen is an employee engagement and performance management expert who passionately believes that work can and should be a fulfilling experience for every employee. In our conversation he shares his views on how the current pandemic has reveRead more

05/13/20

Lives Radio Show – Christopher Whitt

Dr. Christopher Whitt is Creighton University’s inaugural Vice Provost for Institutional Diversity and Inclusion. Our conversation includes discussing the purpose of his role, the need for diversity and inclusion in our colleges and communities, the Read more

05/06/20

Lives Radio Show – Maritza Estrada

Poet Maritza Estrada is poetry editor at Hayden’s Ferry Review, a 2020 CantoMundo fellow, poetry post-graduate student, and more besides. I spoke with Maritza via Zoom about finding poetry, her ongoing exploration of language in poetry, and using it Read more

04/29/20

Lives Radio Show – Liz Kay

Poet and novelist Liz Kay celebrated National Poetry Month in conversation with me. We talk about her exploration in poetry and fiction of themes around gender, control, parenthood, and social norms, her enduring passion for the romantic poets, and tRead more

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