The heroes journey, going within to change our without. . .
Gabor Maté and Fritzi Horstman have an indepth talk wondering what the world would be like if trauma was taken into account.
Fritzi’s Compassion Prison Project embraces everyone from prisoners to guards in the system with their project motto this year being, Do No Harm.
Some of Fritzi’s amazing work:
At 53:00 minutes above, Gabor talks about, “Forgiving Hitler, acting from a place of understanding to create our new world. . .”
Fritzi is keeping her candle lit to help create the whole, societies that work for everyone.
Gabor (“Where is the media when this is actually happening?”) mentions this Netflix series at the beginning and towards the end of the video:
‘When They See Us’
Makes a Powerful Case to be Seen
By Brian Lowry, CNN, May 30, 2019
(CNN) — The miscarriage of justice that surrounded the Central Park Five should by now be well known, but the details of the case, as reenacted, provide the inherent power of “When They See Us,” a Netflix miniseries.
Directed and co-written by Ava DuVernay, the opening chapter is a textbook on police and prosecutorial abuse, as the New York authorities bullied terrified and confused teenagers of color into “confessions” that amounted to pointing fingers at others under intense duress.
The crime in question was the rape and brutal beating of a jogger in Central Park, with police rounding up the teens in their zeal to close the case. “These are not kids,” prosecutor Linda Fairstein, played by Felicity Huffman, announces almost immediately, setting the tone for their treatment by labeling them “animals.”