Sandbox Cooperative Podcast

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Summary

All of this week we’re sharing responses to the question we asked each of our guests on our road trip: “If you could tell everyone in the world one thing (not that they would necessarily agree, but they would listen), what would it be?”

Today we talk with Linda Kay Klein. Linda is a storyteller, social innovator, and spiritual seeker who blends research and stories to expose unseen social problems and devise potential solutions. She utilizes her unique approach as a writer, speaker, workshop and meeting facilitator, and nonprofit consultant. Linda is currently writing a book about the impact of religious purity culture on girls, and it is due out next year.

Show Notes

All of this week we’re sharing responses to the question we asked each of our guests on our road trip: “If you could tell everyone in the world one thing (not that they would necessarily agree, but they would listen), what would it be?”

Today we talk with Linda Kay Klein. Linda is a storyteller, social innovator, and spiritual seeker who blends research and stories to expose unseen social problems and devise potential solutions. She utilizes her unique approach as a writer, speaker, workshop and meeting facilitator, and nonprofit consultant. Linda is currently writing a book about the impact of religious purity culture on girls, and it is due out next year.

What is Sandbox Cooperative Podcast?

In an often contentious, fractured society, Sandbox Cooperative seeks to build an extended community of listeners; knocking down walls of division with curiosity and conversation. Twice a month we explore topics that people are actually talking about, considering them through a lens of spirituality, humor and discovery. You’ll discover a permission giving platform to explore new ideas with an ever-growing perspective of our world, and as the hosts regularly say, “there is always more room in the Sandbox.”