The next 30 years of our lives will be radically different in terms of technology, our environments and our social systems. It is the greatest opportunity we have ever been afforded as a species to reinvent all of society for the better. This podcast began right after Haitian-American writer Fabrice wrote ‘The Future Manifesto.’ It propelled him on a journey to interview some of the world’s most influential thought leaders, innovators and the creative minds of our generation to offer insights on creating a better future.

Highlighted Episodes

The artist and his time, haitian futurism and the shifting of the world

Episode #19 – Edwidge Danticat is a Haitian American Novelist, Short Story Writer and Essayist. She is the author of several books, including Breath, Eyes, Memory, an Oprah Book Club selection, Krik? Krak!, a National Book Award finalist, The Farming of Bones, The Dew Breaker, Create Dangerously, Claire of the Sea Light, and Everything Inside. She is a 2009 MacArthur fellow and a 2018 Ford Foundation “The Art of Change” fellow

Spaceflight, space debris, astrodynamics and space policy

Episode #18 – Dr. Moriba Jah is an Associate Professor of Aerospace Engineering and Engineering Mechanics at The University of Texas at Austin. He is the director for Computational Astronautical Sciences and Technologies (CAST). Moriba is an elected Academician of the International Academy of Astronautics

Strategic foresight, systems change, and designing participatory futures

Episode #17 – Prateeksha Singh is the Head of Experimentation at the UNDP Asia-Pacific Regional Innovation Centre and served on the International Board of Directors for the Association of Professional Futurists from January 2018 to August 2021

How to create the future with what you do and what you got

Episode #16 – Seth Godin is an Entrepreneur, Best-Selling Author, and Speaker. He has written 20 internationally best-selling books, including The Dip, Linchpin, Purple Cow, Tribes, and What To Do When It’s Your Turn and most recently The Practice: Shipping Creative Work

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Representation of writers of color and science fiction’s ability to make the impossible possible

Episode #15 – Joy Sanchez Taylor is an Associate Professor of English at CUNY and is the Author of Diverse Futures: Science Fiction and Authors of Color

How to build intergenerational allyship and adapt to a fast changing world

Episode #14 – Wadia Ait Hamza is the Head of The World Economic Forum Global Shapers Community

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Restorative justice, trauma healing and how to live more restoratively

Episode #7 – Najla Mangoush is the 1st Female Foreign Minister of Lybia

Finding fulfillment in the creative arts, mastering your craft and the future of entertainment

Episode #13 – Joshua Mesnik is an American Actor & Michael Rekola is a Producer and Storyteller

How to live a more fulfilled life in the new age of aquarius and the role of spirituality in shaping the future

Episode #11 – Dr. Etta D. Jackson is the Founder and CEO of The Institute for Conscious Global Change, Inc

The rural decline of america, urbanization and family farming

Episode #9 – Amy Drewry & Micheal Drewry are two American Rural Farmers

Envisioning a future that is delicious and desirable for us to build

Episode #4 – Brianna McGowan & Sam Bonar are founders of Delicious Democracy: DC’s Creative Advocacy Lab

Steve Feldstein, School of Public Service, SPS, faculty/staff, studio portrait, photo by Priscilla Grover

Emerging technologies, human rights and why democracies need to be renewed?

Episode #3 – Steven Feldstein is a senior fellow at the Carnegie Endowment of International Peace and Author of The Rise of Digital Repression: How Technology is Reshaping Power, Politics, and Resistance

How do we live indigenous ways of being and thinking into the future?

Episode #2 – Kahstoserakwathe Paulette Moore is an independent filmmaker, she is Kanyen’kehàka (Mohawk) and an enrolled member of Six Nations of the Grand River territory

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