What's Your Why?

What’s Your Why? is a powerful way to learn about Wyoming people, Wyoming issues and just great stories we have the opportunity to capture – people’s stories who live in Wyoming and people who visit. We bring these stories to you. And we hope it inspires and ignites the question in all of us. What’s your why? ThinkWY | Wyoming Humanities podcasts are created to capture the stories in and outside of Wyoming to share ideas, perspectives, and insights about the human experience.


Eine durchschnittliche Folge dieses Podcasts dauert 18m. Bisher sind 65 Folge(n) erschienen. Alle 12 Tage erscheint eine Folge dieses Podcasts


Dr. Reverend Debra Haffner: Religion, Sexuality and Parenting

The Reverend Debra W. Haffner is executive director of the Religious Institute, a multifaith, nonprofit organization dedicated to sexual health, education and justice. An ordained Unitarian Universalist minister, she is an endorsed community...


 2019-10-15  16m

The Afterlife of German Coal Mining And The Future Of Green Jobs

Jürgen Kretschmann; German Economist And University President


 2019-09-24  15m

 2019-08-28  22m

Lars Hallstrom: Coal Communities and Economic Diversification

Welcome to the Global Speaker Series. a podcast partnership between the Wyoming Humanities and the Jackson Hole Center for Global Affairs (www.jhcga.org). Lars Hallstrom is a political scientist by training, with a long-standing combination of...


 2019-06-25  21m

Marlin Spoonhunter: Tribal Pride, Empowerment And Education On The Reservation

Marlin Spoonhunter: Northern Arapahoe Tribal Leader


 2019-06-19  22m

Lukas Haynes: Strategies For Promoting Bipartisan Solutions To Climate Change

Welcome to the Global Speaker Series. a podcast partnership between the Wyoming Humanities Council and the Jackson Hole Center for Global Affairs (www.jhcga.org). Lukas Haynes is a member of the Center for Climate and Security’s Advisory Board, and...


 2019-06-04  18m

Scotty Ratliff: Serving Wyoming And His Community, The Wind River Reservation

Scotty Ratliff is a member of the Eastern Shoshone tribe on the Wind River Reservation. Scotty grew up on his family’s horse ranch north of Pavilion, Wyoming. He served in the Wyoming State House as a legislator from 1980 to 1992. In 1990 he...


 2019-05-28  15m

episode 7: Leticia Liera: Head Start Program Director Influencing Positive Change For Young Latina Women

Leticia Liera migrated from Mexico City to Jackson Hole, WY in 2001. Hear her perspective on discrimination and how she is raising her son in the #metoo era.   “Sometimes, I believe this American culture asks you to take sides: you’re a...


 2019-05-08  19m

episode 5: Dr. Susan Dewey: The Intersections Between Poverty, Violence and Women In Prison

Wyoming Pathways from Prison cofounder Dr. Susan Dewey talks about her research and the challenges faced by incarcerated women in Wyoming. “No matter where they're incarcerated – in any of our 50 states or in fact in the world, these are women who...


 2019-05-03  20m

episode 4: Susan Stubson: Professional Pianist, Attorney and 5th Generation Wyomingite

Susan Stubson is a 6th generation Wyomingite. Tune in to hear her perspective on women's rights and humanities investment in Wyoming. “My challenge is to figure out how to be a conservative Wyoming woman yet to not diminish my strength or confuse...


 2019-05-01  19m