Erik’s CreativeMornings activity
It's a challenge worth undertaking because it's what leads to a city by the people and for the people. It's your neighbors and your friends and you creating the city around you. So much of your city for so long has been outside of the force of the people actually using it, people actually in this room. I want a city that reflects me. It reflects who I am, what I want. I want a city that is authentic to me. That starts and ends with food. It starts and ends with the people around us being in charge of the user experience.
I think you have to deliberately devise ways for people to connect. To give them permission to connect in ways that are different.
Violeta Edelman & Robb Duncan From Ayahuasca to Gelato
Yazan Kopty The Voice of the Subject
Tracie Ching Facing Praise and Your Inner Doubts
SUPERWAXX Transforming Fear Into Courage
Robert Generette III Using New Tools to Change Your Game
Svetlana Legetic Finding Community, 12 Years and Counting
Hanna Rosin & Abby Wendle Crafting Stories, With and Without Happy Endings
Jason Reynolds Finding Humility Through Chaos
Marcia Belsky & Melissa Stokoski Honesty Through Comedy
Ari Beser Truth That Transcends Walls
Angela Davis Food Traditions
Matt Sesow Give You Goosebumps