Paul Loeb Live!
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Listen to my January 2010 interview with Making Contact radio, along with two people profiled in Soul of a Citizen, Alison Smith of Maine's Clean Elections Project, and David Lewis, who spent 17 years in the California prison system before creating a pioneering drug and alcohol rehabilitation project that dropped his community's murder rate 80%.
Listen to my interview with Mike Cuthbert on AARP's Prime Time Radio
Listen to my April 2010 interview on KQED San Francisco's Forum Show
Listen to my September 2010 interview on WNYC New York's Brian Lehrer Show
Watch my Sept 2010 talk and discussion for the nationally syndicated Cambridge Forum
Watch a Jan 2011 conversation with Oklahoma's Northeastern State University President Don Betz and questions from a leadership class he teaches. (It's the first course meeting the course, so I don't come in until after about 8:00 minutes, after President Betz talks about the expectations and format and then does an intro)
Watch a Feb 2011 talk at East Carolina University followed by questions and an interactive faculty/staff workshop aimed at engaging students in the community. I start about two minutes in with a general talk on involvement, aimed primarily at community members. Then the faculty workshop starts about half way through. I'm not sure how to jump forward in a two-and-a-half hour tapes, but it was an excellent faculty discussion.
Watch my April 2011 talk at Georgia's Clayton State University
Watch my November 2011 Tedx Calgary talk on Climate Change, Tar Sands, and Finding the Courage to Act
Watch my September 2012 convocation before 2500 students at Augustana College. The Q&A portion is in a separate video link
Watch my November 2012 Tedx talk in Athens Greece on how their country's citizens can find hope, despite the overwhelming crises they face, from harsh austerity measures and massive tax evasion to the electoral success of the neo-fascist Golden Dawn party. [Not sure why they clipped my microphone pack on the outside of my jacket, but they were on a tight speaker schedule so there wasn't time to switch it]