The Third Voice: live-audience community-change interview show kicks off Oct. 7 at Lydia’s on Ludlow
The Third Voice: stories of neighborhood transformation that need to be heard!
The Third Voice is a live-audience interview show that explores grass-roots community building you won’t find in any mainstream media.
Hosted by Jeffrey Stec at Lydia’s on Ludlow from 6:30-8 p.m. every Friday, audience members will listen to and participate in conversations with ordinary people leading neighborhood transformation. Here is our fall lineup:
October 7: Growing community with condos: how co-housing leaders are transforming Hammond North (Richard Asimus and Joan Hoxsey).
October 14: Church as neighbor: from simple connections to difficult conversations, some churches are breaking boundaries to seek greater community impact (Rich Jones and Sherman Bradley).
October 21: Cafe as community connector: how Cafe DeSales has transformed Walnut Hills (Dan Joyner and Sandy Vierling).
October 28: Changing the local narrative: how a few neighbors in Westwood made community work fun–and healing (John Eby and another guest).
November 4: Open date: if you have a story that needs to be heard, email email@example.com.
November 11: Experts have no clothes: the essential role of neighbors in ending crime, addiction and racism (Paul Komarek).
November 18: Ending white silence: the hidden crisis behind racial injustice (Kate Reidel and Christina Brown).
December 2: Sean McCabe will dish on years of community building and the lessons he’s learned (Sean McCabe).
December 9: At 100, WCC is still at it: the Woman’s City Club tackles poverty, the latest issue in a century’s worth of big causes (Susan Noonan, CJ Pierce).