“I have my eye on the central fire, and I am trying to put some mirrors around it to show it to others.” – C. G. Jung
Thirty people gathered around a circle, lead by a man with a drum. “I believe,” says the man, “that we all met in heaven, and we decided that we would meet in Philadelphia at 7:30 on October 9, and that somebody would bring a drum. And the drum and the myth will remind us of what we knew before we were born, and why we are all here together tonight.”
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One-week Intensive Programs
Tuesday, July 7
10:00 am – 1:00 pm, & 2:30 – 5:00 pm
Adolescent Passages: Gazing back so that we may go forward
Jung called myths the “first and foremost psychic phenomena that reveal the nature of the soul.” As we tell, discuss, and analyze myth through the lens of adolescence, we will rediscover as adults those rare, core moments in life which help us realize that we can live again with the sense of passion in life first experienced in the adolescent world of infinite possibilities.
Instructor: G. Kwame Scruggs, PhD
By Sam Piha
Several years ago, I sat in a circle of afterschool leaders across the country. This learning circle was hosted by the National Institute on Out of School Time (NIOST) and we met several times. Along with my friend, Greg Roberts, former Director of the Muhammad Ali Foundation, we insisted that it was important that we discuss the impact of race within our conversations and within our programs.
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A discussion with Michael Meade and Kwame Scruggs on the Jasen Sokol Show – 1590 WAKR