Series 2 Episode 25: Phil Kidd, Northwest Neighborhoods CDC
Growing Democracy Podcast
This week the podcast continues the series, the Power of Political and Civic Engagement. In this episode, Ashley and Casey welcome Phil Kidd, Special Projects Manager for Northwest Neighborhoods CDC in Cleveland. The three discuss differences in community development and organizing across suburban and urban spaces - as well as how running can serve to connect people to their communities.Links:Cleveland street running project: www.EveryStreetCleveland.com Book suggestion: "Legacy Cities: Continuity and Change Amid Declince and Renewal": https://upittpress.org/books/9780822945635/
Phil Kidd moved to Cleveland two years ago to work as a city planner. In the midst of the pandemic, he decided to start an ambitious project to better understand his adopted city. Kidd has started a project to run all 3,000 street miles in Cleveland, and he researches, and writes about each run on his blog, "Every Street Cleveland." Special Correspondent Karla Murthy reports from Cleveland. Watch this PBS special report on YouTube. Thanks for listening.
Phil Kidd: Circadian Rhythms, Life's Biological Clock
Solutions with Mason Hargrave
Phil Kidd is a postdoctoral researcher at Rockefeller University studying olfaction in the laboratory of neural circuits and behavior. He earned his Ph.D. in Physics at Cornell where he worked under Eric Siggia and Nobel Prize winner Michael Young to model and study the effects of temperature fluctuations on circadian rhythms.--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/masonhargrave/support
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Defend Youngstown – As Valley natives, we’ve all felt the need to do it at some point to counter some wise-crack. But defending Youngstown doesn’t have to be negative, it can be so much more – and that’s what Phil Kidd is all about. The YSU alum, community activist, organizer, and founder of Defend Youngstown swung the by the studio to dive a little deeper into that notion. Over some beverages from Modern Methods, Phil and Lisa tackle a lot – the importance of civic engagement, economic development, and some YSU stories. But most of all, they talk about what it really means to defend Youngstown – getting engaged, seeing opportunity, and changing the narrative. This is a conversation for the forward thinking, so grab a beer, enjoy and go get involved! This podcast is brought to you by Platt Insurance. The post Ep.39- Phil Kidd, Defend Youngstown first appeared on Homes and Hops.
JC, Brian, and Nate continue their conversation with Dr. Phil Kidd and Paul Kidd. We left you on a cliffhanger last week when Dr. Phil announces he has a question for the RFP Hosts... so, fasten your seatbelts for part 2 of this incredible conversation.
This will blow your socks off! JC, Brian, and Nate sit down with America’s most controversial evangelist and pastor, Dr. Phil Kidd and his son Paul￼, to discuss the IFB, preaching styles, liberalism, and much more! Nothing is off limits!
Phil and I discuss various topics like how the birth of DEFEND YOUNGSTOWN came about. He shares is story of coming from Burgettstown, PA and how he came to Youngstown. He explains the value of the non profits like Trumbull Neighborhood Partnership and Youngstown Neighborhood Developement Corporation in stablizing neighborhoods which will lead (hopefully) to reinvestment in the neighborhoods. He also shares how important the Youngstown 2010 plan was to Youngstown and indirectly Warren, thanks to the Wean Foundation. The influence that Phil has had over the years is hard to measure. We also discuss some of the issues, specifically economic issues of Warren and Youngstown and how to address them. Such as the need to fix the neighorhoods and how to do so.As we discussed, Youngstowners (Warren to the north to Youngstown to the south) are everywhere. No matter where you go, if you meet someone who is from the homeland, you will have an instant friend.People have moved back and are moving back. We can change the direction of Warren and Youngstown.We also talk a little music as well. West Coast Hardcore, East Coast Hardcore, punk, etcPhil Kidd is the founder of Defend Youngstown. He previously served as the City of Youngstown Director of Events & Special Projects; was a Senior Neighborhood Organizer for Mahoning Valley Organizing Collaborative; served as a staff consultant for the YSU Journalism Department; and was owner of Youngstown Nation Gift Shop & Community Information Center in downtown Youngstown.He was also a co-founder of the City Club of the Mahoning Valley and is a Community Affiliate with the YSU Center for Working Class Studies.Kidd came to Youngstown to attend Youngstown State University where he studied Political Science. He later earned a Masters Degree in Criminal Justice.Kidd currently lives and works in Cleveland but remains active in Youngstown, serving as a board member of the Youngstown Neighborhood Development Corporation, volunteering for various initiatives, and maintaining the Defend Youngstown social media sites.#DEFENDWARREN#DEFENDYOUNGSTOWN