Our work to this point has been inspired through our intent to impact various community issues including generational poverty, school-to-prison pipelines, urban food deserts, childhood obesity, and general declines in overall health and well-being arising from, and frequently perpetuated by, two key factors:
1) Inequity in the distribution of wealth and income as revealed by Thomas Piketty's, Capital in the Twenty-First Century, resulting in wide-scale improprieties of socioeconomic justice, and . . .
2) An inability to this stage for people to adopt capacities of critical thought sufficient to inform or adequately sustain, adaptive change within societal systems.