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In the second part of our conversation, Laura talks about her brother, Ary, the former Minister of Public Health in Haiti who as murdered in 2000. She discusses if she regrets leaving Haiti, and talks about what it’s like knowing...
John Haynes, Program Manager of Health and Air Quality applications in the Applied Sciences Program at NASA headquarters, talks about catching the “weather bug” at a young age. In first grade, he told his teacher that he wanted to be...
Dylan Erholtz (18) talks with his grandma, Claudette Erholtz (76) about her schooling leading up to nursing school and her time as a practicing nurse in the 1960's.
I talked about the biggest events in my mother's life and how they affected her.
Teenagers and best friends, Julissa and Argo talk about their perspectives on safety and youth-led movements.
Two teenaged friends sit and talk about a world they did not choose and choosing themselves.
Enjoy this interview with a former Director of Public Health of Michigan.
Part 3 of 4. "What is the difference between the law and justice?" The pandemic, social unrest, and the way forward.
Part 2 of 2. "The danger of worry."
Dr. Halkitis discusses his decades long work in the arena of public health with a focus on health equity among sexual, gender, racial, and ethnic minority populations. His focus on a modern paradigm of public health includes his concept of...
A father & daughter homeless experts: Eric Protein Moseley & Erica Moseley discuss their Covid-19 homeless experience before, during, and after with each other as they reminisce about their experience of educating the unhoused of San Francisco about the coronavirus.
Delores (82) shares her insight, experience, and testimony on a changing community with Gabby (17). As an organization, we believe intergenerational spaces and intergenerational sharing is important.
Andrew Margolis interviews his dad, Stephen Margolis, about his life and career in public health.
Teen artist Audens interviews hero & retired detective Darin Williamson of the Elizabeth Police Department.
Part 2. These two friends took turns interviewing each other about the world and their place in it.
Part 1 of 2. "The need is so great. We offer services to make right what years have gotten so wrong."
Part 1 of 4. "Between the year we had double the arrests and the next one, when I became Chief, where we made half of that, which year did the police work harder? When we made more arrests or fewer?"...
In the mid-1990s, the town of Libby, MT, discovered they had a serious problem. The small town of fewer than 3000 people had reported over 300 fatalities from asbestos contamination. Enter Aubrey Miller, from the EPA, and Geoff Plumlee, from...
Malcolm Bryant talks about some of the big picture challenges he sees in the field of global health, ranging from narrow and overly medicalized strategies to reduce maternal and infant mortality to the skewed priorities and short timelines of donors....
This 40 minute interview dives into the perspective of PhD student, Lauren Leining--her relationships, workplace, and program during the COVID-19 pandemic. This interview was initially conducted as an extra credit assignment for a masters level qualitative research methods course.
Part 4 of 4. "We have to change the culture." Chief Sacca breaks community policing, best practices, and working in-relationship.
Barry Gordon (82) talks with his children Allegra (42) and Jeremy Gordon (36) about stories from childhood, science experiments, and his unique path from physics to the psychology of encounter groups and psychics in the 1970s, and into a career...
Aria Flood, 34, and Daniella Alvarado Perez, 28, co-workers at Love146, spoke about what brought them to the work, their passion for public health and prevention, and the ways in which they approach their work with joy.