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The Podcast for the Common Good

Welcome to the Common Good podcast. As our city and region have grown exponentially our social fabric and connective tissue have not kept up and in some case is eroding. We believe that sharing moving and inspirational stories and conversations of our residents, politicians, activists, athletes and artists is a necessary way to foster relationships between people of all backgrounds and beliefs so we can work together to build the common good.

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Episode 8: Christopher Williams

Apr 19, 2021

Episode 8: Christopher Williams

Christopher Williams came on the program today to discuss his work as Deputy Superintendent of Parks and Recreation, and what it means to be a great leader.
Episode 7: Jimmy Matta

Apr 12, 2021

Episode 7: Jimmy Matta

The Mayor of Burien, Jimmy Matta, came on the program today. He became Mayor to bring positive change during a time our country has needed it the most. He has an inspirational life story that has helped him relate to everyone and given him a unique perspective on the issues our country is facing today.
Episode 6: John Mosley

Apr 5, 2021

Episode 6: John Mosley

John Mosley joined Tim for a conversation back in February. John is the basketball coach at East Los Angeles College, which is featured in the Netflix series "Last Chance U". John shared his background and experience starring in show. He agreed to be a part of the show because he believes sharing these experiences on the show could help other people.
Episode 5: James Donaldson

Mar 29, 2021

Episode 5: James Donaldson

James Donaldson, retired professional basketball player, community leader, and author joins the show.
Episode 4: Braden Bishop - Outfielder for the Seattle Mariners

Jul 13, 2020

Episode 4: Braden Bishop - Outfielder for the Seattle Mariners

Seattle Mariners outfielder Braden Bishop, along with host, Tim Gaydos, discuss how to support Africans-Americans in the USA.

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