33 Creating Hope with Michelle Polak

Michelle Polak discusses creating hope with her performance of Leaving Still at Nuit Blanche on this episode of Tiny Conversations

On this episode of Tiny Conversations theatre performer Michelle Polak discusses creating connection and hope with her latest peace “Leaving Still”.

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32 Science Vs Others with Wendy Zukerman

On this episode of Tiny Conversations Wendy Zukerman, Host of Science Vs, discusses pitting facts against popular opinion.

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31 – One Man’s View on Women in Baseball with Shaun Doyle

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On this episode of Tiny Conversations Shaun Doyle of Jays From the Couch discusses the treatment of women in Professional Baseball journalism.

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29 – Doing Purposeful Work with Ainsley Monro

On this episode of Tiny Conversations I talk to Ainsley Monro about doing purposeful work and some of the barriers to that work.

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27 The Importance of Creating Daily with Basil Gerard

On this episode of Tiny Conversations I talk to Basil Gerard about the importance of creating something daily.

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26 – Zahra Ebrahim on Sharing Ideas Freely

On this episode of Tiny Conversations I talk to Zahra Ebrahim about the importance of sharing ideas – from why she believes in sharing an idea right from its inception, to why people are afraid to share and what can go wrong…and right…when we decide to share.

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25 – Responding to Transphobic Messages About Caitlyn Jenner

On this episode of Tiny Conversations I talk to Chris Studer, Executive Director of Get Real. Get Real is a non-profit organization who’s goal is to help others, “unlearn LGBTQ discrimination and bullying.”

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24 – Building a Tiny Home with The Hobohemians

On this episode of Tiny Conversations I talk to Kat Walters and Matthew Davey about their project to build a tiny home. The two call themselves the Hobohemians and they are building a 8′ x 20′ house on a flatbed trailer.

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