Documentary Film-maker Frederick Marx interviewed on ABC Radio Australia
Dec22

Documentary Film-maker Frederick Marx interviewed on ABC Radio Australia

Frederick Marx, widely known for his films “Hoop Dreams”, “Boys become Men?”, and “Journey from Zanskar” was recently a featured guest on “the Spirit of Things” radio program in Australia. You can read the full transcript of the interview on the web site. Frederick shares some great insights about the the work of the ManKind Project in helping men find the skills to live more successful...

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Glenn Barker – MKP Chicago on Public Perspective TV
Dec22

Glenn Barker – MKP Chicago on Public Perspective TV

From Glenn Barker MKP Chicago Center Director A Journey into Leadership I was invited for an interview as Executive Director of ManKind Project Chicago recently on the show “Public Perspective” with Kevin McDermott. The show hits 57 area cities on Comcast Cable and will be broadcast twice in January 2012.  My first time on camera, no edits, 30 min, straight to tape, no script, and a great story to tell. For years, my forte...

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Justin Hunt; ABSENT, a new documentary about Fatherhood
Dec15

Justin Hunt; ABSENT, a new documentary about Fatherhood

by Boysen Hodgson Target; this movie, as Justin Hunt says, is targeted to men. And often it is women who ‘get’ the film. Energy embodied; informational, emotional, invitational Empowering intent; To present a simple thesis … ‘the father is the first human being in a child’s life who either chooses them, or not …’ and the choice, intended or unintended, has consequences. Primary archetypes; the...

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Men’s Emotional Connection to Guns: An Interview With Michael Messner (Part 2)
Nov09

Men’s Emotional Connection to Guns: An Interview With Michael Messner (Part 2)

This entry is part 2 of 0 in the series Messner

Emotions are of central importance on all sides of the gun debate. We can’t wish them away in favor of some imagined Mr. Spock-like linear rationality.

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Fathers, Sons and Guns: An Interview With USC Sociologist and Author Michael Messner
Nov07

Fathers, Sons and Guns: An Interview With USC Sociologist and Author Michael Messner

This entry is part 1 of 0 in the series Messner

"I end the book with a letter to my sons, posing this this sort of dilemma for them to ponder: perhaps the meaning of a son’s relationship with his father is a sort of puzzle to be deciphered over a lifetime."

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Trauma Recovery Facilitation Training
Nov01

Trauma Recovery Facilitation Training

How to be elegant, efficient and effective when healing traumatized hearts A Workshop with Patricia Clason, Curtis Mitchell, and Barbara David – Houston TX – Nov 10-13, 2011. “The actual process of trauma really worked as a learning experience for me. Being part of it was very rewarding. I definitely recommend this program. I am honored to have been a part of it. The leaders were very down to earth with relaying...

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