During 80 interviews in that three-year initial run — all published as text Q&As on the website — Humanitou founder and creator, Adam Williams, and guests explored the full range of the human experience.
That continues now in the form of the Humanitou Podcast. The conversations get into all the joyful, messy, authentic bits of being human.
Adam invites guests to share their perspectives on topics such as love and relationships, struggle and resilience, creativity, inspiration and being our authentic selves. Spirituality and faith also factor in from time to time, as do matters of politics, death, gender expression and so on … All the universal stuff of humanness.
As a podcast, Humanitou continues to recognize the value of inclusivity and diversity in these stories, as well. Representation matters. Hearing from voices and places of experience we otherwise might not … that also matters.
Humanitou is about cultivating a space for vulnerable, courageous dialogue and sharing. Along the way, Adam shares pieces of himself, too, and of his own practices of humanness and creativity. We’re all in this together.
And in the process, Adam offers this challenge to all of us to practice truly listening, with openness and empathy, to others’ stories and to hear ourselves in them. Together, we can challenge the truths we hold about ourselves and each other, and grow.
The Humanitou Podcast is about empowerment and connection through conversations of humanness and creativity. Like we said, we’re all in this together.
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