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- Voices of Freedom 3
- Providence 3
- Central Synagogue 1
- Providence Home and Community Care Anaheim 1
- Providence Montana 1
- Providence Mount St. Vincent 1
William and Maggie discuss what a neighborhood near M-14 could look like in 2030, when neighbors come together to exercise their power and make the neighborhood better able to face the climate crisis.
Trying to get my fathers recognition and realizing that I just need to live my life for me
Jaden and Rachael discuss a lifelong friendship and the struggles they have been through together, and Jaden’s mental health adventures.
Mandel School of Applied Social Sciences Student, Tiffany Mims, interviews Professor Celeste Terry, Assistant Executive Director of United Black Fund of Greater Cleveland Inc. to talk about her life, her work, her projects, and her insights about resilience, healing, and...
Joyce and Larry discuss leadership at St. Patrick Hospital in Missoula, MT and compare and contrast some of the challenges, like COVID-19 they've faced.
Graham Swennes [no age given] interviews his friend, Zach Schrock (21), about Zach’s time playing hockey growing up, in high school, and in college.
Beth Moeller from Griswold Home Care sat down with Pam Shepperd-Katra, director of social work for Filosa/Hancock Hall and Director of Nursing, Kathy Berry, in Danbury, one of communities outside of New York that was hardest hit at the outset...
Bob Ballas gives tribute to his military mentor, John Baker. Hear how having someone who believes in you and holds you accountable to choose growth over fear can drive the resilience that creates success.
Katherine Chon interviews her colleague, Rosie Gomez, about their work together in the federal government when new laws required changes in how the child welfare system needed to respond to human trafficking. Rosie reflects on her early influences growing up...
This is an interview with my mom on her professional story of perseverance and resilience.
I ask myself to recall the things in my life that profoundly gave way to my self evolution. I cover topics ranging from childhood sexual trauma to coming out, the my diagnosis of acute AIDS at the age of 31.
Matthew Maranowski: 2020-05-10 21:50:39 and his mother, Michelle Maranowski recount memories of her childhood and family and how to be resilient in the face of obstacles.
Carrie Belle Herd earned her pilot’s license as a freshman at UT Knoxville during World War II. She reflects on what she experienced and what drove her to keep going.
Dawn and Kiana Lindsay discuss how communities can take action to be more climate resilient.
Linda is 77 years old and has worked in nursing for 60 years. She shares stories, words of wisdom and what brings her joy.
2020-08-27 19:18:27 Bob Ballas, Commander of the New Fairfield CT Veterans Association and Beth Moeller of Griswold Home Care Fairfield County, sat down to discuss characteristics that foster resiliency in the midst of the Covid-19 pandemic. Learn how a focus...
Rex speaks about his childhood and joining the military, serving in Vietnam, and a teacher’s life back home.
Davin Holen (45) speaks with his colleague, Tina Buxbaum (38), about his life journey, his work as a resilience and adaptation faculty member and his observations on building community and preserving natural resources.