Society & Culture
Molly Stillman is a writer, photographer, podcaster, and fashion blogger. Her lifestyle blog, Still Being Molly, exists to inspire women to walk joyfully and confidently in purpose, and to know that they were created with a purpose for a purpose.
She is a leader in supporting fair trade companies, purchasing products – everything from clothing to home goods to bath and beauty – that are from ethical brands or sources.
In the first part of our conversation, we talk ethical fashion, and how consumers are discovering a newfound hunger for purchasing goods that are created by workers who have access to humane conditions and a living wage. Then, we talk about her personal religious conviction, and how it has influenced everything she does. In this episode of In Times Like These, we explore the way our personal choices can impact communities for generations to come.
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Ep. 28 - Interfaith for Families [with Spiritual Playdate]
Ep. 27 - Equity & Collaboration with Youth Mentoring Action Network (YMAN)
Ep. 26 - Learning to Listen with Maryum Ali
Ep. 25 - The Rape of Eve: Sex, Violence & Transformation
Ep. 24 - A Radical Invitation
Ep. 23 - Resilience & Love
Ep. 22- Dialogue Doesn’t Mean Changing Minds with Tahil Sharma
Ep. 21 - Have Fun, Do Good with Adam Kunes
Ep. 20 - American Identities with Vikrum Aiyer
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17 - Greater Social Impact [with Neetal Parekh of Innov8social]
16- Male Sexual Violence & the Church (with Lyvonne Picou)
15 - Development & Diplomacy (with Clare Magee)
14 - Evangelical & Interfaith (with Neighborly Faith)
13 - Leading with Meaning (with Tony Loyd)
12 - U.S. Census 101 (with CLU Alum, Ely Flores)
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