Today’s show features the second half of an interview with Kathy Kelly, co- founder of Voices in the Wilderness, three time Nobel Peace Prize nominee, and author of Other Lands Have Dreams: From Baghdad to Pekin Prison.

Featured Music:
Who Would Jesus Bomb- David Rovics

David Rovics will be my guest on the next show!

Retro Bicyclemark! A recast of Activism 101-1 on David Dellinger

Links:
The Catholic Worker Movement
Voices for Creative Non-Violence
Electronic Iraq
Tom Fox
David Dellinger
e-mail Kathy- kathykelly [at] vcnv [dot] org

thanks for listening!

7 thoughts on “MikeyPod 40 | Author and Activist Kathy Kelly (part 2 of 2)

  1. Nillo

    Hi there – Just wanted to say I’m enjoying the show and I’m looking forward to the David Rovics interview as well. He has one of favorite songs (“Song for My Brokenheart”). Take care – Nillo

  2. mikeypod
    mikeypod

    Thanks! I just did the interview a couple hours ago. The new show should be out by tuesday at the latest.

  3. Suzy

    Massively good shows. Both of them. I’ve listen to part I 3 times already just to absorb information I had not been privey to. Great job Mikey, you rule the world of podcasting!!!!!

  4. mikeypod
    mikeypod

    Laurence, you are a bad ass! You going to be at the meet-up thursday?

    Suzy- I just got Kathy’s book in the mail, wait till you read it, I let you borrow it when I am done. I also found that Dave Dellenger she spoke about, it’s in the mail!

  5. Brad

    Wow. Part one was great. Part two is AMAZING. What an incredible woman. Her stories and metaphors are very inspirational to anyone that is on a search of awareness.
    I know what you mean about the hesitancy to self-proclaimed Christians. I have to say, the more I meet REAL Christians, the more I am impressed. A good indicator is if they speak of Jesus as a metaphor and not as a history lesson.
    FANTASTIC SHOW, Mikey.
    (Great idea with the BicycleMark bit!!!)

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