@Sea – Ep90 – Stay in Your Lane / Know Your Power

November 19, 2021News

This will take on a bit of a confessional tone.  A few years ago, Dr. Christena Cleveland talked on my podcast about the need for black leaders to steer away from trying to influence white spaces so often. The effort, she clarified, to change white minds about whiteness, should be executed by white hands. Not … Read More

@Sea – Ep74 – Simone Biles, Athletics and Whole Health

July 29, 2021At Sea, Creativity, It Is What You Make of It, News, Podcast, Reflections

Stephen Pressfield calls it “Resistance.”  A number of religious traditions call it “sin.”  But regardless of the name folks apply to it, it seems to me that we generally share, cross-culturally and throughout history, a sense and a lament that things don’t work out perfectly; that things fall apart and that plans don’t always go … Read More

@Sea – Season 6

January 6, 2021News

When I started the @ Sea Podcast, I was doing a bit of soul searching. The way I communicated it originally was that the cultural spaces I was used to hosting the work of soul-shaping and meaning-making had ceased to work for enough people or enough kinds of people. In response to that, I wanted … Read More

@ Sea Podcast #48: Eugene Cho

November 1, 2020At Sea, News, Podcast

A few years ago, in conversation with artist Dylan Mortimer, we identified what we called “3rd rail” topics; things that, when talked about (or sometimes even approached) overcharged conversations to the point of explosion; topics that blew things up between individuals as well as whole people groups. Dylan, then in his early 30s and staring … Read More

@ Sea Podcast #47: Levi The Poet

October 8, 2020News

Levi Macallister and I share in a sad and strange fraternity of sorts – sons who have lost their fathers tragically. We also share in the way we went about processing that particular trauma. Which is, to move toward music and poetry. It’s not just us, it’s the way a lot of us process trauma. … Read More

@ Sea Podcast #46: Latifah Phillips

September 9, 2020News

One of the hallmarks of a good or great artist is the ability to reinvent. The capacity to, after finding success with a certain formula or expression, change things up; even essential things. Because that artist is different. Latifah Phillips has been writing, re-writing, and reinventing for well over a decade. She is Page CXVI … Read More