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Episode 402: Communicating the Counter Narrative with Ashton Lattimore

Ashton Lattimore joins Carrie Fox to talk about her role as Editor-in-Chief at Prism, an independent nonprofit newsroom led by journalists of color.

Power, Privilege, & Responsibility: Communications to Bridge Divides

Nimra Haroon joins Carrie to talk about the key themes that will drive the interviews in Season 4 of Mission Forward as the show turns to assess the power, privilege, and responsibility in the field of communications.

Introducing Season Four: From Mission to Action

Season four of Mission Forward with Carrie Fox is designed to help you learn the tools to be a communicator for change.

Episode 309: Looking Back, Pushing Forward: A Season Three Recap

This week, we share a review of lessons learned from each of these guests as reflected by hosts Carrie Fox and Natalie S. Burke. If you haven't had the opportunity to listen to these conversations in full, we encourage you to do so, and to share with your communities broadly.

Episode 308: Rewriting the Future of a Free and Just Press with Media 2070’s Alicia Bell

Alicia Bell is director of Media 2070. What started as a research essay detailing the role that media has played in anti-black racism and harm has grown into a free press and a growing consortium of media makers and activists, collectively working toward media reparations.

Episode 307: What We Owe Each Other: At the Heart of Community with Mia Birdsong

Our guest this week is Mia Birdsong: pathfinder, community curator, and storyteller, who steadily engages the leadership and wisdom of people experiencing injustice to chart new visions of American life. She has an extraordinary gift for leveraging the brilliance of everyday people so that our collective gifts reach larger spheres of influence, cultural and political change, and create well-being for everyone.

Episode 306: Standing Up to the Algorithm: Rebuilding our Communities with Andre Banks

We welcome Andre Banks for a conversation on the role and influence that our digital connections play in our physical and mental wellbeing. There may be more questions than answers at the end of this one, so consider it the start of a much deeper conversation that will continue.