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Host William Evans interviews Marc Whitman, a California architect, about surviving the recent wildfires.

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Woody Morrison, a Haida Elder and History Keeper, in Vancouver, BC works today to heal indigenous people and describes how children grew up trusting everyone in their tribal clan. They trusted each other and themselves. When the Canadian Government took children away from their families and out of their villages by force, children were taught “Don’t trust, someone will cheat you.”

Katrina Blair explains she learned to trust herself, because the only rule for her growing up was “Be true to Yourself.”

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Will talks to Brooke LeVan of Sustainable Settings for the third in a series of conversations.

Today's guest Paul Zak explains how businesses that understand the release of oxytocin learn to build trust.

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Will's guest this month is Bob Whitehouse. They're talking about trust.

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Fred "Lightnin' Heart" Haberlein is a muralist, explorer, and all-around wise man (and sometimes wise guy.) He talks to host Will Evans about his recent trip to Yaqui country for the annual spring ceremonies.

Local resident Ross Douglas explains the Doctrine of Discovery, proclaimed by the Pope in 1493, gave Christendom absolute right to the land of North America. This legal structure continues to violate Native American human and land rights in the 21st century.

Shifting Gears airs the first Wednesday of every month at 4:30. This month features Pt 2 of a conversation with Richard Manning about water.

Shifting Gears airs the first Wednesday of every month at 4:30 on KDNK.

Richard Manning

Richard Manning talks about water and how caring for rivers is a measure of human integrity.

This is Part 2 of Will's summer conversation with play expert Stuart Brown.