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- Community Building 43
- personal experiences 5
- craft, skills, and procedures 4
- social beliefs and practices 4
- anecdotes (humorous but true stories) 3 398 more
- Boise Public Library 3
- @AAMC 1
- @AAMC Today 1
- Columbia University 1
- Koppel Farm Community Garden 1 5 more
Aaron Heuer (38) has a conversation with his new friend Sara Aikens (39) about the community they have found in Chicago, and the different challenges they have been through.
Martie Brennan shares her love for Libraries and stories from the creation of the Boise Public Library branch library system.
Doug Sims shares his perspective on libraries as centers for connecting communities.
Rita Charon: 2020-11-22 19:50:01 Rita Charon talks with her former student and now colleague Deepu Gowda about their histories together as student, teacher, and now colleagues in developing the discipline of narrative medicine.
Xail Hernandez (33) has a conversation with her colleague Devon Snyder (28) about what it means for them to be part of the cycling community as women, and how their roles have shaped community building as educators at Working Bikes...
Jonathan Koshi (39) talks with his wife Jess Hemerly (33) about volunteering with 826 Valencia to teach elementary school youth in San Francisco about creative writing.
Tim Paulitz talks about the Koppel Farm Community Gardens in Pullman, Washington and the ways community gardens build relationships, improve food access, and connect people to place.
Martie Brennan shares her love for Libraries and stories from the creation of the Boise Public Library Branches.
Anna Henschel (27) and her colleague Amy Little (62) have a conversation about their first bike, traveling adventures, and the community building and impact of Working Bikes.
Suzanne's faith began with singing in the choir and has led to her leadership in providing shelter services for the homeless throughout the community. Building community is part of everything she does, and she's learned to do that at Peace...
Siblings Charles Pickett (25) and Mercedes Pickett (29) have a conversation about their community activism in the West Side of Chicago, some of the experiences that influenced their community involvement, and the vision of their nonprofit Earth's Remedies.