Some Stories from Wayne Nelson

Wayne and I were included in a project by Jim Wiegel to interview colleagues on video about their experiences some years ago.

When Wayne died in 2014, Jim extracted 3 short clips from the interview of Wayne telling stories of our experiences. There is a memorial page for Wayne on the ICA Archives site, (https://icaglobalarchives.org/) where the stories had been uploaded, and recently the links were updated. I was able to view these clips. They communicate some of Wayne’s passions for phenomenology and participatory community development, and his ability to laugh at himself.

Here are the direct links to the clips on YouTube:

The Boomerang Story
The Phenomenonological Method
The Bayad Community Development Association

About jofacilitator

On Sept 1, 2020, I will celebrate 50 years of work with the Institute of Cultural Affairs, facilitating meetings, groups, communities, and organizations, making it possible for ordinary people to have a voice in decisions that affect their lives.
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2 Responses to Some Stories from Wayne Nelson

  1. Kathy McGrane says:

    Jo, Thank you for the gift of hearing Way e’s wisdom once again! Kathy

    Sent from my iPhone

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