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A Social justice educator/activist and psychologist specializing in post-traumatic stress and relationship healing, River Smith is past co-chair of the National Organization for Men Against Sexism. He is a former local NPR commentator, former host of The Love Project (AM radio), and present producer and the host of The Love and Justice Report (cable TV). 

A nationally published poet, eco-feminist commentator, and columnist, he is the co-author, with Victor L. Lewis and Hugh Vasquez, of the 2007 book, Lessons from The Color of Fear: A teacher's Manual,  
and author of the 2014 book, The Power Handbook: Adventures in Effective Assertiveness. 

Dr. Smith is available for training or presentations on topics including social justice, love, gender roles, assertiveness, conflict resolution, empowering communication, and organizational dynamics.