Today's conversation begins with Stephanie's recognition of Shirley Chisholm, and other female political pioneers who paved the way to the nomination of Kamala Harris as the first African American/Asian American woman to run on a national ticket. This weeks retrospective is on 1984 which also included women leaders around the world, as well as the movie "Ghost Busters" and Tina Turner's big hit, "Whats Love Got to Do With It?" And David discusses finding a box of articles reminding him of his accomplishments from the middle part of his life.
Senior’s Are Lonelier than Ever. The Year is 1975 And Stephanie on forgiving, healing and new awakenings.
Stephanie and David's journey today starts with the a discussion about the ramifications of dealing with isolation in the COVID era we live in today. The look back this week is to 1975, the year of mood rings, eight tracks, discos and the music of Paul Simon and & The Captain & Tennille. It was also the year the Vietnam War ended, but most memorable to our hosts was the beginning of Saturday Night Live. And we wrap up this week with Steph's inspirational thoughts on forgiving, healing and a new awakening.
Today's provocative conversation weaves a thread between current events from the philanthropy of European football star Satio Monet, back to the year 1965's musical influences and political turbulence, including a journey to David's childhood summers in a bungalow colony in New York's Catskill Mountains, and Steph's teen aged crush on The Beatles and The Monkeys. And we finish with a discussion of a recent Supreme Court decision, and the definition of "right to life".
8 - Stepher’s Feels a Bit Down; TheYear 1982, David’s Been Thinking about What he was Thinking About.
Stepher's Feels a Bit Down; TheYear 1982, David's Been Thinking about What he was Thinking About.
7 - The American Flag and Wearing Masks, The Year is 2014 And Stephanie Ends on a HIgh Note