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Ending Poverty Together - Food for the Hungry (FH) Canada EPISODE 21, 13th September 2021
Stepping past the white picket fence

Stepping past the white picket fence

with guest Danielle Strickland of IMBY (In My Backyard)

We’ve made a lonely world for ourselves. The way our society has designed suburbs, with white picket fences and private backyards, has left many feeling isolated and disconnected. In many ways, we’ve set up our lives for individualism and autonomy. Once the pandemic hit, many of us were faced with the disconnected life we had set up for ourselves. What’s the solution? It’s connection.

Danielle Strickland, renowned justice advocate and peacemaker, is passionate about fostering connection. In this episode, she offers a new take on how we can share spaces, land, home, and foster a community that alleviates all forms of human poverty through richer human connection. And it could involve something you might not expect—tiny homes.

Recommended Resources & Reading:

Recovering by Aaron White

Exclusion and Embrace by Miraslov Volf

Better Together: How Women and Men Can Heal the Divide and Work Together to Transform the Future by Danielle Strickland

Episode hosted by Shelaine and Eric.

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