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The podcast is an edited version of the first live interview of the podcast Back in America. The original can be seen on the Podcast YouTube or FaceBook page. My guest is a model, a dancer, a singer, and an incredible performer. Look him up on Spotify or wherever you listen to your music and you will understand why he is such a rising star in this …
 
"COVID-19 has created a worldwide public health crisis, and the resulting lockdowns and social distancing measures have sent most country’s economies into a severe downturn. But we believe these crises are only the tip of the pandemic’s iceberg," writes Mario Iacobacci and Mathieu Laberge in a recent Deloitte study."There is another crisis looming …
 
Monday at 3 pm EST with Derrick Cobb a singer, model, and performer. Wednesday at 1 pm EST Majid M. Padellan known on Twitter as @BrooklynDad_Defiant!. Majid who has over 260K followers is an anti-Trump political commentator. The event will be streaming live from Linkedin, Twitter, and the podcast Facebook page. Facebook @backinamerica.podcast Twit…
 
Back in America is a podcast exploring America's culture, values, and identity. After my interview with Cadex Herrera a lead artist of the memorial mural of George Floyd in Minneapolis, I asked Eric Marsh a Black community leader and activist in Philadelphia what he thought of controversy around the mural. Some black activists, including Keno Evol,…
 
Back in America is a podcast exploring America's culture, values, and identity. The death of George Floyd, a black man killed by a Minneapolis police officer has triggered protests against police brutality, police racism, and lack of police accountability. Three days after Floyd's death a group of artists painted a mural on the Cup Foods building a…
 
About Back in America Back in America explores the American's identity, culture, and values. In this podcast, journalist Stan Berteloot explores American life stories from his French perspective and questions the way we understand this nation. ​Each episode explores why and how Americans do what they do. While easy and entertaining to listen to, St…
 
This part two of a series on housing assistance. I am publishing these episodes at a time when nearly 25 million people reported they will not be able to pay rent in the next month and almost 30 million people said they didn't have enough to eat. In this episode, I talk with Carol Golden the chair of Housing Initiatives of Princeton and also a memb…
 
In July, according to the census bureau nearly 25 million people reported they had little to no confidence they would be able to pay rent in the next month and almost 30 million people said they didn't have enough to eat. Without federal intervention, housing experts and advocates warn of an unprecedented wave of eviction in the coming month and on…
 
In this episode, I talk with Lieutenant Colonel Bryan Price about the current racial unrest, about meritocracy, the values, culture, and identity of this country. We speak about the separation between the military and the government and of the current administration. Lieutenant Colonel Bryan Price is known for his published research on terrorism an…
 
While President Trump has been calling the Coronavirus the Chinese virus and while the US is facing unprecedented protests against police violence and racial discrimination, Back in America is examining how these events have affected the Chinese Community. In this episode, I speak with Cecilia Birge a former Montgomery, NJ mayor, a form bond analys…
 
Transcript Part 1/2 I am Stan Berteloot and this is Back in America, a podcast where I explore American's identity, culture, and values. My guest today is a candidate running as an independent for president of the United States. A man who's not white, not black but a dual citizen of The United States and The Navajo Nation. For three years he lived …
 
Part 2/2 I am Stan Berteloot and this is Back in America, a podcast where I explore American's identity, culture, and values. My guest today is a candidate running as an independent for president of the United States. A man who's not white, not black but a dual citizen of The United States and The Navajo Nation. For three years he lived with his fa…
 
The death of George Floyd, a black man who died on Memorial Day after he was pinned down by a white police officer, has sparked protests across the United States and even abroad. In France, the event has even revived anger over the death of Adama Traore a black Frenchman who died in police custody 4 years ago. Some 20,000 people demonstrated in Par…
 
Hello Back in America's fan! I hope that you are well and safe wherever in the world you are. This is a short update about the podcast and myself. The podcast is doing very very well. I am receiving amazing feedback and have some exciting interviews lined up. On a personal note, we've moved over the memorial day weekend and we are living among boxe…
 
In this episode, I speak with John Michael Greer (JMG) an author and blogger in the fields of nature spirituality, and the future of industrial society. He is the author of more than fifty books and a blogger. He lives in Rhode Island with his wife Sara. Our conversation takes us to the suburbs of Seattle in the 70s. We discuss Druidry since JMG is…
 
A few words before this episode. Gil who's interviewed here has been laid off since I recorded this episode and the NYC Compost Project and the curbside compost collection in NYC, for which he worked are coming to pass. Curbside compost pick-up will end on May 4 and the Compost Project will be completely mothballed in July, he told me. However, Gil…
 
In this episode, I speak to Share My Meals's President and Co-Founder Isabelle Lambotte about her vision for Share My Meals Inc. The non-profit was initially created to fight hunger by recovering meal surplus from corporations and Universities cafeterias.Since the start of the Coronavirus pandemic, Share My Meals's volunteers are working non-stop t…
 
I am Stan Berteloot and this is Back in America. Today I am speaking via Skype with Princeton High School Principal Jessica Baxter. Jessica, as most school leaders across the globe, is faced with the challenging task of adjusting to the reality of the Coronavirus pandemic. When the school closed, initially for two weeks on March 16 putting in place…
 
I am Stan Berteloot and this is Back in America. Today I am speaking with Richard Heinberg a Senior Fellow at the Post Carbon Institute, and one of the world’s foremost advocates for a shift away from our current reliance on fossil fuels. Richard has written for many publications including Nature, Reuters, Wall Street Journal, The American Prospect…
 
Matt Dubberke, Ron Menapace, Fernando Freitas from Homestead Princeton Ron Menapace owner of Homestead #Princeton talks about his experience from corporate America working in sales for a #Pharma company to creating a home décor and furniture store in Princeton. He shares his challenges competing against large online retailers and the commoditizatio…
 
Trailer Hi, my name is Stan Berteloot. I'm a French journalist living in Princeton, New Jersey and I'm the host of Back in America. In this podcast, I explore what makes America, America. To do this. I've met with black activists, abuse survivors, men questioning traditional masculinity, business people, teachers, gay dancers, and politicians "Well…
 
Je suis Stan Berteloot et vous écoutez Back in America, un podcast où j’explore la société américaine à travers des parcours de vie hors du commun ! Cette interview est pour la première fois en français. Mon invitée est la peintre française Carole Jury. Carole vit à Princeton dans le New Jersey depuis cinq ans. Elle est à l’origine du groupement « …
 
Today I am speaking with someone who wants to be a voice for the voiceless. Someone passionate about civil justice. I am talking with Thomas Parker or Tommy, as he likes to be called. Tommy is 67. He was hired as a janitor in 1979 by Princeton University and joined the Print and Mail Services of the University in 1983. In 2011 The University recogn…
 
I am speaking with John Lam, the principal dancer at the Boston Ballet. John is joining me via Skype from his home in Quincy Massachusetts. His parents immigrated to California from Vietnam. He grew up in an underprivileged household and discovered his love for dance at the age of 4 at Marin Ballet, through the Performing Stars of Marin a children'…
 
Hello back in America fans! This is just a quick update - Tomorrow on Thursday at 8 PM we are releasing an amazing interview of the principal dancer at the Boston Ballet. John Lam is the son of Vietnamese refugees. He grew up in a poor neighborhood of San Fransisco, is gay which in his parents' culture is pretty tough, yet he married a man and had …
 
Hilary Porta is a leading mindset expert and life architect who helps people design a career and life they love by combining neuroscience-based mindset coaching to shatter the mental limits and provide strategy and a framework for an epic life. Hilary travels across the globe not only speaking on stages both domestically and internationally but als…
 
In this episode, we explore the idea behind a school system created 100 years ago in Germany and which is increasingly popular throughout the world: the Waldorf education based on the educational philosophy of Rudolf Steiner, the founder of Anthroposophy. My guest is Elan Leibner the chair of the Pedagogical Section Council of North America and a t…
 
Leticia Fraga is the first Latinx ever elected to Princeton Municipal Government. She has many responsibilities in Princeton. Born in Mexicali, Mexico, Leticia is one of eight children. At the age of 12, she immigrated to the US, settling in Washington State with her family. During their first five years in the US, she worked in the fields, side by…
 
This is part 3, the final part of my interview with Chris Tylor, in parts 1 and 2 we learned how he worked as a carpenter for 15 years. How he went on to lived in a Zen monastery for a year before deciding to go back to university for graduate social studies. Here in episode 11, part 3 we talk about white men's privileges and reparations to the Afr…
 
In part 2 of my interview with Chris Tyler, we talk about his experience working with victims of domestic violence. Chris is now a student in social studies and works with abusers. This conversation brings us on the topic of masculinity. Chris is helping men step out of a cycle of trauma and abusive behaviors. He talks about the social stereotypes …
 
I have edited my interview with Chris Tyler into three installments. In part 1 we meet Chris. After being a carpenter for 15 years he is thinking about becoming a monk in a Zen monastery.We discover what its like to seat for hours practicing mindfulness. Chris shares moments of doubt and awakening when what he calls a 'voice,' helps him move forwar…
 
In this installment is speak with Cassandra Shuck from Hunterville, North Carolina. I met Cassandra, at a press event in New York last October and her story immediately struck me as amazing. She had a very tough, abusive childhood, struggled with her first husband, yet she managed to move on to become the incredible woman she is today. After a succ…
 
Erden Eruç, a Turkish-American adventurer, is the 1st man to do a solo a circumnavigation by human power. He has done it on a 24-foot ocean rowing boat. He & his wife Nancy Board joined Back in America to discussed the challenges and the mental health issues experienced by Erden upon return.Now Erden embarks on a new adventure, the #Themidgardexped…
 
In this episode of Back in America, I meet with Denis Devine a 46 years old man from Fishtown, Philadelphia. Denis, an ex-journalist, is the organizer of Dad's night a monthly meeting of men. For the last 6 years, Denis' Dads Night has brought together dads from his neighborhoods at different bars.The idea of dad's group, which count 350 members, c…
 
Hello Liliana, I meet you a few weeks ago and I immediately realized that you are a pillar of the Latino community here in Princeton. You work for Princeton public schools and for the Princeton township human services department. You are highly educated: you have a law degree from the University of Madrid and a Minor in international law from Harva…
 
For the first installment of a series on amazing survivors of domestic violence, I speak with Sheri Kurdakul from Princeton, NJ. Sheri is the CEO and founder of VictimsVoice an app that provides a legally admissible way for victims to document abuse incidents. Sheri speaks with Back in America about her father’s abuse that started when she was a to…
 
This is the third installment of Back in AmericaIn this podcast,​ I explore unique and amazing American stories from my multicultural perspective. This episode is part of a series on masculinity in America. Here I speak to Robert Kandell an author and coach. I met Robert in New York as he was promoting his book, unHIDDEN - 'A book for Men and Those…
 
This is the second installment of Back in America In this podcast,​ I explore unique and amazing American stories from my multicultural perspective. This episode is part of a series on masculinity in America. Here I speak to Toby Fraser a social worker and manager at the Lutheran Settlement House in Philadelphia. I met Toby at a workshop on toxic m…
 
This is the first installment of Back in America. In this podcast, I explore unique amazing American stories from my multicultural perspective. This episode is part of a series on masculinity in America. Here I speak to Eric Marsh a black activist and social worker in Philadelphia. We speak about being a black man in America; the impact of slavery.…
 
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