My Racist Friend
Episode 2.7: Spring Broken

Episode 2.7: Spring Broken

March 25, 2020

On the cusp of a stay-at-home order from the state of Indiana, Don and Amy try to stay connected through technology. During their Zoom conference, the friends talk about the uneven impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, the assumptions of our previous lives, and the challenges of evolving old routines in face of the current crisis.

Additional resources:

The planned 2020 Relational Summit scheduled for May 14-17 has been postponed. Follow the Bloomington Center for Connection on Facebook to be alerted when a new date is scheduled. Stay safe!

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Episode 2.6: Mourning the Brother Man Hug

Episode 2.6: Mourning the Brother Man Hug

March 21, 2020

Back in simpler times—aka a week ago—the social realities of living in a pandemic were just sinking in. Amy and Don follow an initial conversation about presidential politics with discussion of how the COVID-19 outbreak was disrupting their lives, including a desire to hug.

The situation has changed rapidly since this conversation took place, and some of what is in this conversation may not reflect our current reality. Our hosts plan to continue talking through the mess over the next several weeks of extreme social distancing and quarantine, taking advantage of modern technology to continue connecting. 

Additional resources:

The planned 2020 Relational Summit scheduled for May 14-17 has been postponed. Follow the Bloomington Center for Connection on Facebook to be alerted when a new date is scheduled. Stay safe!

Buy "Your Racist Friend" by They Might Be Giants on iTunes

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