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Florine Moore and Shaneeka Moore-Lawrence

Florine Moore (62) and her daughter Shaneeka Moore-Lawrence (46) reflect on their church and the Bragtown community in Durham, North Carolina.

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Alicia Murie and Roberta Pescow

One Small Step conversation partners Alicia Murie (40) and Roberta Pescow (62) have a conversation about their backgrounds, faith, values, and desire to make the world more compassionate. They find common ground in prioritizing family and helping others despite their...

Recording – 10-24-2023 12:17:35

We talk about Loralei’s relationship with food and her role in her community through food.

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Ashley Clark and Shymeria Stone

Friends and coworkers Ashley Clark (24) and Shymeria Stone (24) sit down to chat about their work at Loaves & Fishes and get to know each other a little better.

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Eve Tovino and John M. Flaherty

Friends and former coworkers Eve Tovino (47) and Mike Flaherty (55) share a conversation about their work with the Shared Table Food Pantry, their upbringings, and the difficulties people face in the United States.

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Cheri Lyon and Stephen Wiard

Colleagues Cheri Lyon (65) and Stephen Wiard (74) discuss what it means to serve their community and reflect on the impact of El Pueblito Methodist Church's Shared Table program on the Taos community.

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Barbara Sheppard and Judy Uerling

Friends and colleagues Barbara Sheppard (64) and Judy “Jude” Uerling (71) share a conversation about their work with the St. James Food Pantry, their passion for service, and their journeys becoming part of the community in Taos.

Mercy Mission II

Gayla Seaton, my grandma, head of Mercy Mission II. We talk about how it got started and details within the Mercy Mission.

“My science is all about sharing.” An Interview with Paula Buchanan

For Paula Buchanan, disaster scientist and emergency management researcher, the whole point of science is to share it with others so that it can benefit everyone. We talked to her about being a “degree collector,” persevering and setting boundaries in...