Finding Strength In Oddity, Tiny Menominee Homes

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We discuss the benefits of being weird with an author of a new book about navigating that outsider struggle, and finding power through it. And we learn how a new housing project is mean to help struggling Menominee community members anchor their lives and recovery.

Featured in this Show

  • The Power Of Being Weird

    Studies show that we are likely to choose friends and partners that are incredibly similar to us, in behavior and ways of thinking. When you feel like an outsider, how do you survive? We talk with the author about her struggles with being ‘weird’ and how to harness outsider power.

  • Safe, Stable, and Tiny Housing On Menominee Reservation

    We talk with a pair of leaders from a Menominee grassroots organization building tiny homes for community members who need stable housing, and an opportunity to recover after experiencing challenging life situations.

Episode Credits

  • Rob Ferrett Host
  • Natalie Guyette Producer
  • Tim Peterson Producer
  • Olga Khazan Guest
  • Anahkwet (Guy Reiter) Guest
  • Kristin Welch Guest

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