3 Questions with Jeanette Wallis

Episode 4: The Dalai Lama’s Brother

An episode of 3 Questions with Jeanette Wallis

By Jeanette Wallis
Agitator, organizer, pilgrim, railroader, whistleblower, lay-sociologist, and troublemaker will answer three of your questions each episode on her experience a citizen and labor activist in America for the last 20 years. Youth are especially invited to share input on how we can work together to make society functional again!
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Episode 5: The Unity Hot Dogs
Today’s Questions: 1) What happened to your walk after 9/11? 2) What was your traveling experience in the context of “the fool’s journey”? 3) You have said on your trip that people wanted to work to make a difference, but seemed to be missing an understanding of how to organize to solve problems together. Can you say more? *The words I was thinking of was “Pacific Lumber” 😉
June 27, 2019
Episode 4: The Dalai Lama’s Brother
Today’s questions: 1) How did you feel when people compared you to Forrest Gump? 2) There is no 2. Or 3! Find out why in today’s episode. 😁
June 25, 2019
Episode 3: On Superheroes
Today’s questions: 1) What resources would you need to become a superhero? 2) What is your origin story? 3) Who are your favorite real-life superheroes?
June 22, 2019
Episode 2: The Walk For Democracy
Questions this episode: 1. Did the dog from your picture go with you? 2. Where was your life going? How did the path suddenly change? 3. What do you understand now, what different skills do you have now, that make this next adventure one you are uniquely prepared for?
June 21, 2019
Episode 1: Obligatory Exposition
Jeanette gives an overview of her background as an activist, pilgrim, labor organizer, railroader, & the oldest undergraduate to have ever walked the earth in the history of mankind.
June 21, 2019
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