Introducing Steven Sacco (Episode 71)

Learn more about Steven Sacco, guest on It’s About Language with Norah Jones Episode 71, focused onthe realities of language usage worldwide, and the implications for freedom to speak multiple languages to achieve common goals.

Introducing Celia Zamora (Episode 70 & Episode 62)

Learn more about Celia Chomón Zamora, guest for episode 70 focused on personal empowerment, and panelist advocacy panel episode 62 for Heritage Language Month of It’s About Language.

Introducing Agnès Ndiaye Tounkara (Episode 69 & 61)

Learn more about Agnès Tounkara, guest panelist on It’s About Language with Norah Jones Episode 61, focused on the opportunities available to those who speak heritage languages.

Through Language We Name Our Worth

Without the words to understand and accept ourselves and others, we spiral into despair and conflict.

Episode 67 – How Can Language Help Us Confront Fear and Hate

Norah Jones of Fluency Consulting reflects on how language and language studies can help both understand and prevent violence through fear and hate.

Episode 65 – Life’s a Stage: Crafting Language with 246 The Main

Norah Jones of Fluency Consulting and the actors of 246 The Main reflect on their workshop on language, accent, and characters’ identities.

Introducing Joy Peyton (Episodes 24, 60, 61, 62, 63)

Meet Joy Peyton, Coalition for Community-Based Heritage Language Schools, IAL co-host for episodes 60-63 and guest for episode 24.

Episode 64 – Tell Your Story

Norah Jones of Fluency Consulting explores the inheritance given to each person through their language, culture, and identity.

Introducing Renata Emilsson Peskova (Episode 63)

Learn more about Renata Emilsson Peskova, guest panelist on It’s About Language with Norah Jones Episode 63, focused on international collaboration to support heritage languages.

Introducing Ken Cruickshank (Episode 63)

Learn more about Ken Cruickshank, guest panelist on It’s About Language with Norah Jones Episode 63, focused on international collaboration to support heritage languages.

Introducing Antonella Cortese (Episode 63)

Learn more about Antonella Cortese, guest panelist on It’s About Language with Norah Jones Episode 63, focused on international collaboration to support heritage languages.

Introducing Gisi Cannizzaro (Episode 63)

Learn more about Gisi Cannizzaro, guest panelist on It’s About Language with Norah Jones Episode 63, focused on international collaboration to support heritage languages.

Introducing Neila Baumiliene (Episode 61)

Learn more about Neila Baumiliene, guest panelist on It’s About Language with Norah Jones Episode 61, focused on the opportunities available to those who speak heritage languages.

Introducing Ashok Ojha (Episode 61)

Learn more about Ashok Ojha, guest panelist on It’s About Language with Norah Jones Episode 61, focused on the opportunities available to those who speak heritage languages.

Introducing Maria Carreira (Episode 60)

Learn more about Maria Carreira, guest panelist on It’s About Language with Norah Jones Episode 60, focused on heritage languages in society.

Introducing Fabrice Jaumont (Episode 60)

Learn more about Fabrice Jaumont, guest panelist on It’s About Language with Norah Jones Episode 60, focused on heritage languages in society.

Introducing Richard (Dick) Brecht (Episode 60)

Learn more about Dick Brecht, guest panelist on It’s About Language with Norah Jones Episode 60, focused on heritage languages in society.

Introducing Hugh Ballou (Episode 59)

Podcast 59’s guest, Hugh Ballou, provides language, images, and steps to transformational leadership for organizations and businesses.

Introducing Edgar Serrano (Episodes 16 & 58)

This week’s guest, Edgar Serrano, shares three important tips for businesses to grow and succeed through harnessing the power of languages.

Introducing Kim Haas (Episode 57)

“It’s About Language” guest Kim Hass shares her personal and professional journey to raising awareness of the contributions and cultures of Afro-Latinos over centuries.

Introducing Jenni Kilmore (Episode 54)

“It’s About Language” guest Jenni Kilmore shares how language teaching, educational resources, and personal connections transform individuals and communities.