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Image of the Future Episode Three: Place is Inevitable

The Institute for Everyday Democracy is a place to exchange ideas, join in discussions, and generate a body of thought about how we participate in our democracy. Through our Image of the Future podcast, we host conversations that collectively explore ideas that prepare us for the future. Such a collective exercise is not about what we like or don’t like, nor is it about the “me” or “mine.” It is a much deeper and courageous exploration of what ought to happen.

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Image of the Future Episode Two: Collaborative Democracy by Design

The Institute for Everyday Democracy is a place to exchange ideas, join in discussions, and generate a body of thought about how we participate in our democracy. Through our Image of the Future podcast, we host conversations that collectively explore ideas that prepare us for the future. Such a collective exercise is not about what we like or don’t like, nor is it about the “me” or “mine.” It is a much deeper and courageous exploration of what ought to happen.

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Meet Our New Intern: Fahad Aldaajani

Wondering where that heartwarming Woods at Golden Given video came from? How about the teaser trailers for the Image of the Future podcast? Those are all thanks to the talents of our new communications intern Fahad Aldaajani. Fahad joins us from the University of Washington’s CommLead program where he is earning a Master of Communications in Digital Media. He brings to Pomegranate a talent for photography, an interest in narrative filmmaking, and an openness to always learn something new–great news for us as we explore the world of podcasts!

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Image of the Future Episode One: Curiosity > Consumption

The Institute for Everyday Democracy is a place to exchange ideas, join in discussions, and generate a body of thought about how we participate in our democracy. Through our Image of the Future podcast, we host conversations that collectively explore ideas that prepare us for the future. Such a collective exercise is not about what we like or don’t like, nor is it about the “me” or “mine.” It is a much deeper and courageous exploration of what ought to happen.

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