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Friends Kevin Eason (55) and Al Stubblefield (69) share a conversation about how they met, Kevin’s time in the justice system, and their work with Re-entry Alliance Pensacola (REAP).
Friends and colleagues Larry Abrams (53) and Jim Hardy (44) discuss their nonprofits BookSmiles and Kensington Soccer Club. They consider the importance of serving young people as teachers and through their nonprofits, and reflect on the support they received along...
Friends and colleagues, Rita Blank (71) and Barbara Goldstein (63), reflect on how being children of Holocaust survivors has affected their lives and perspectives and discuss their work at the Holocaust Education Resource Council.
This interview was conducted November 26, 2018 in Chicago, Illinois. Natalia Beltran (16) interviewed her mom, Erica Avila (36) about her childhood in Humboldt Park and how living in such a troubled neighborhood shaped her into the woman she is...
Friends and colleagues Avery Palmer (22) and Asher Grilli (34) share a conversation about their work with Florida Wildlife Corridor Coalition, the expedition they did with the organization, and what they learned from their experiences.
Friends and colleagues Claudia Spaulding (65), Fran Curran (74), and Dorrie Hunt (72) share a conversation about the history, mission, and vision of the Hartford Artisans Weaving Center, an organization that preserves and teaches the craft of weaving to people...
One Small Step partners Stacie Williamson (39) and Adam Barlow-Thompson (38) share a conversation about their families, their faith, their communities, their political views, and about what guides their values and beliefs.
Judith Barba Perez (31) y su esposo, Lehabim Escoto Flores (34), comparten una conversación sobre sus experiencias al inmigrar a los Estados Unidos desde México y el trabajo que ahora hacen para apoyar a otros inmigrantes. [Judith Barba Perez (31)...
Sammye Walton (45) interviews her friend, Chris Gates (35), about his creation of and continued passion for MainSprings, a nonprofit organization focused on breaking the cycle of poverty and creating a sustainable future for communities in East Africa.
John Sullivan (67) talks to his foundation's successors Javen Swanson (37) and Oby Ballinger (38) about their shared experiences doing philanthropic work.
Diane Egner (66) talks with her husband, Sandy Rief (77), about how the Frank E. Duckwall Foundation began, the foundation’s impact on the community, and Sandy’s role in the foundation.
Nichole Terrett, 32, and Suzanne Lewis-Johnson, friends and colleagues at RAHAB Ministries discuss how their lives brought them into the work against human trafficking, truth & justice and how healthy relationships are one of the most important change-makers for victims...
Ann Britt (81) talks with her granddaughter, Chrissy Britt (27), about her life growing up in Los Angeles, attending UCLA and later getting her masters degree as a psychotherapist. She talks about her work as the CEO of a nonprofit...
Longtime friends Allison Tant [no age given] and Courtney Atkins [no age given] sit down for a conversation about their advocacy work, their parents, their children, and the strong women who inspired them to become the community leaders they are...
Georgia Court of Appeals Presiding Judge Anne Elizabeth Barnes (57) talks with Forever Family founding board member Kweku Forstall (53) about their commitment to this organization that supports children whose parents are incarcerated.
Aimee Shaffer (62) interviews her friend Brandi Winkleman (37) about her work at A HOPE for Santa Rosa County. They also discuss the importance of working together as a community, as well as the joy animal-human bonds can bring to...
Brandy Harris (35) and her mentor, Julie Leeth (69), look back on their early memories of one another, discuss their shared passion for supporting young people in public education, and appreciate the roles they have played in one another’s lives.