Entries by Martha Williams

The Abortion Talks…Can Conversation Save Us From Division?

I recently had the privilege of watching the first public screening of The Abortion Talks a yet-to-be released documentary by Sarah Perkins and Josh Sabey, that covers the crimes of John Salvi and the story of six women, all of them leaders in the pro-life and pro-choice movements, who sought to ensure that it would […]

What does the digital future have to do with BreakBread World?

Last week I was tipped off about a digital future conference, Unfinished Live, at the Shed (in Hudson Yards, NYC) which was “exploring the Collision of Technology, Art, Ideas, and Impact.” I left inspired but also deeply disturbed, which is not a definitive conclusion. It is one I drew as an audience member who wasn’t […]

What Is Culture?

Culture in its simplest terms is “shared meaning” so if you want a more conscious culture or to “shift culture,” you have to understand what meaning is already resonating in the people…in the culture. You included!

What Does Conversation Have To Do With Peace?

John and I were recently invited to attend a panel session at the UN exploring the role of innovation in education and peacebuilding. It was sponsored by The Permanent Missions of Costa Rica and El Salvador to the UN, in collaboration with the Permanent Observer Mission of the University for Peace to the United Nations […]