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- homelessness 492
- personal experiences 157
- memories of growing up 131
- social beliefs and practices 125
- memories of former times 99
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- La Casa Norte 3
- Salvation Army 2
- ANCSA 1
- Azusa Pacific University 1
- Bob Hope Veteran Support Program 1
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Elaine Turner Lamb talks with her colleague, Cristi Hebert about creating her own sense of home, especially in light of her life traveling, and recreating a home again and again, and especially the importance of story.
Gloria Johnson (72) speaks with her friend Corianna Moffatt (33) about several experiences that led to her becoming a social worker in Boston, MA. Despite the odds of growing up in segregated Camden, AR, and overcoming a terrible experience of...
Sakhone Lasaphangthong (46) talks to StoryCorps interviewer Syma Mohammed (34) about coming to the US as a refugee, being incarcerated, and his current work with houseless people.
One Small Step conversation partners Roxxi Davis [no age given] and Joseph Shepard (27) discuss their relationships with their fathers and consider how faith has shaped their lives.
Erik was blessed to hear Joe's story of once having been homeless, the resiliency he developed, and the assistance his community provided him. Joe now is now an overcomer and passionately giving back (supporting) his community.
Connie Mercer Myers (73) is interviewed by her mentee and colleague Meghan Cubano (30) about how and why she started HomeFront, an organization dedicated to providing shelter, resources, and programming to families in need. The pair share memories of different...
Veteran and Single Father of 3, Eugene Reece (40) speaks with Al Lejarde (37) on how the Easterseals Bob Hope Veteran Support Program assisted Eugene navigate out of homelessness and unemployment during the Holidays back in 2019.
Andrew Costa is 25 years old and was previously in several homeless shelters until he found a permanent home at Menlo Family Housing. He was adopted in Germany by Italian parents and lived most of his life in Long Island....
Willie, a native Alaskan Iñupiaq, speaks with Angela about how the influx of Russians, Europeans and Americans into Alaska has had on their culture, health and livelihood. Outsiders unintentionally brought diseases decimating much of the native Alaskan populations. Unable to...