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- Andover Center for History and Culture 16
- Providence 16
- Hear Me Now Providence 11
- San Francisco Village 4
- UVA Karsh Institute of Democracy 4
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Eric Hoang (17) talks with his mom, Trinh Hoang (47) about her childhood and life in America. They discuss about her values and what she enjoyed as a kid and how she gives back to her Vietnamese community despite being...
Janet shares the story of her brother, a close family member, who was gone too soon. She talks about how he inspired her and how she honors his life today by keeping his story alive.
Mentor and mentee Fr. Donal Godfrey (64) and Leandro Gonzalez (38) talk about their experiences as openly gay men in the Catholic Church. They reflect on their faith journeys, their lives in San Francisco, and their friendship.
Mother, Lisa D'Ambrosio (55), and Daughter, Dominique Troy (31), speak about faith and family.
Claire Cote (41) interviews her friend Flavio Cisneros (81) about his life, his involvement in the community in Questa, New Mexico, and his relationship with cooking.
Former and current colleagues within the Providence Mount St Vincent foundation talk about what makes The Mount special. They talk about the importance of the mission continuing and the people, volunteers and residents who created a legacy.
Creating Community Through Sharing Stories: Xi Hua Zhao was born in China, where he lived a happy and modest life. He moved to the United States over a decade ago to help his daughter take care of his grandchild, and...
Creating Community Through Sharing Stories: Zhi Qing Chen, born in Wuhan, China, talks about his life growing up amidst the violence of the Second Sino-Japanese War. He moved to America over a decade ago to care for his grandchild, and...
Creating Community Through Sharing Stories: Eliud Felix discusses his journey from his life growing up in Manhattan and the Bronx to working at Andover High School. He has deep family values and traditions, and hopes to see them continue through...
Jay Price (53) and One Small Step partner Jacob Dailey (27) discuss what people misunderstand about farming and farmers, and the difficulty of navigating various political views within their own families.