Their Story Matters with Sara Troy and her guests Angel Hamilton and Lester Alfonso, on-air June 30th We all have some kind of Birthmark we have and look to as our identity. Private may not be the opposite of Public. What is arts-creation combined with social science research? Auto-ethnography, creative anthropology, and other research methods in BIRTHMARK. https://youtu.be/wuiqBChIdLM https://soundcloud.com/plv-radio/ts20-27-gaia-and-las-feature-film-birthmark/s-oIRHKuOUufK … Continue reading TS20-27 Gaia and LA’s feature film, BIRTHMARK.
Their Story Matters with Sara Troy and her guest Alyssa Bigham, on-air from June My cousin-in-law Darius Brubeck was struck down with Covid 19, isolated from everyone, fighting for his life, the CaringBridge kept us informed daily as to his progress, which was comforting and very supportive. This kind of serves creates a connection to … Continue reading TS 20-26 Alyssa Bigham on the CaringBridge Project.
Showing black children through story telling that a black child can live and be like any other colour.
Their Story Matters with Sara Troy and her guest April Mahoney, on-air from June 9th. What is it like living in America as a black woman? We ask April Mahoney to share with us in how we can support and help with dismantling racism and the prejudice against black people. April Mahoney ~ hailed as … Continue reading TS20-25 April Mahoney on Being a Black Woman in America
Their Stoy Matters with Sara Troy and her guest Sara Finkelstein, on air from May 26th Some Americans falsely think that Medicare will pay for Long Term Care. Medicare does pay for some home health care, but it is limited. Americans who want to avoid becoming a burden to their children and protect their Retirement Nest … Continue reading TS20-22 Dispelling The Myths of Long Term Care