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- American Pilgrimage Project 2
- COVID-19 American History Project 1
- Providence 1
- Providence Home and Community Care Anaheim 1
- Boise Public Library 2
- Empathy for Social Change 2
- Big Brothers Big Sisters 1
- Big Brothers Big Sisters Idaho 1
- Black Female Project 1
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Friends, colleagues, and partners in "good trouble," Delaitre Jordan Hollinger [no age given] and Jacqueline Yvonne Perkins (64), sit down for a conversation about their family history, their current projects, and the importance of preserving African American history.
In this story we find out our how the healthcare system has failed the baby boomer generation. We also find out how serving a mission can change a life.
Andrez Chuney (21) and Ezra Kelly (22) talk about personal growth and identity and how to find the strength in being their authentic selves.
Spouses, Don Miller (64) and Gretchen Miller (59), with Don's sister Beth Crone (59) remember Judith Ann Miller. They talk about her ability to make everyone feel loved and special, and share the legacy she has left behind.
During Thanksgiving, Jeffrey interviewed his mother, Corinna. Throughout the discussion, Jeffrey ask questions about her identity such as her childhood that made her the person she is today. To add on, Corinna also discusses a few life lessons and experiences...
Emily Johnson shares a story about the impact of friendship, mentorship, support, and one person's presence can have on another's life.
Madie discusses how love and acceptance changed her perspective of her life's meaning, along with how her childhood guided her toward her identity.
The overall interview was good I learned new things about my partner that I was not aware of. The interview even had me rethinking my perspective on my life in figuring out what my greatest accomplishments are and how people...
Southern California Hospice Foundation executive director, Michelle Wulfestieg and development specialist, Dana Howorth discusses their story, purpose and the Heavenly Home Project.
Emily Johnson shares stories from Big Brothers, Big Sisters of Boise about the impact of friendship, mentorship, support, and one person's presence can have on another's life.
He was in the USMC and he thought that the military brings out a persons purpose.
How a young man chose to change his life and find who he is by choosing to accept love.
This interview explores the deeper dimensions of happiness. How can we find happiness? How can we make people happy? And are we happy now?
Jamaal speaks on a dark time that gave him his purpose to succeed in life.
Nikkita Joseph (35) interviews her aunt Bertina Wilson (71) about her grandparents and the important lessons in compassion and generosity they passed down through the generations.
Friends Stephanie Hurd (29) and Ali Manning (35) talk about their careers in food & wellness and the ways in which they practice self care. The friends reflects on how these topics existed in their childhoods and what advice they...
Ms. Gore, ESL teacher -52 years old relationship is that she is the best teacher. The student is alejandro hernandez, a senior in high school.
At dusk staring down the Mahanttan Bridge, Chloe and myself attempted the impossible. An interview in the streets of Brooklyn. I realized I thought I knew how to share on the fly but then other memories came up and I...
In this interview with Kori Clemons we discussed her reaction to the New Americans series where there is an illustration of the treatment of immigrants and their families while seeking services in Illinois Department of Human Services facilities. We end...
Friends and colleagues Alison Benders (65) and Margaret [No Name Given] (65) talk about their Catholic upbringings and their experiences with religion in adulthood. They reflect on what pilgrimage, faith, and community have meant to them.