TSM22-40. Gisèle Huff is a Force of Nature

Their Story Matters with Sara Troy with her guest Gisele Huff, on air from September 26th The Remarkable True Story of One Holocaust Survivor’s Resilience, Tenacity, and Purpose At 86 years old, Gisèle Huff is truly a force of nature. Her life has been a remarkable journey, filled with tragedy, triumph, and accomplishment. Having survived the Holocaust, where … Continue reading TSM22-40. Gisèle Huff is a Force of Nature

TSM22-37. Natalie Zett Flower in the River

Their Story Matters with Sara Troy and her guest Natalie Zett, on air from September 6th Natalie Zett wrote a book where the main character is not a person, but a tragedy that few have heard of: The Eastland Disaster of 1915.But what happens when you’re innocently investigating your family’s history, and the supernatural intervenes? That … Continue reading TSM22-37. Natalie Zett Flower in the River

TSM22-37. David E. Bernstein. American Racial Classifications

Their Story Matters with Sara Troy and her guest David Bernstein, on air from September 6th Classified: The Untold Story of Racial Classification in America By David E. Bernstein. American racial classifications A call for the separation of race and state, backed by a deep dive into the surreal world of racial classification in America. … Continue reading TSM22-37. David E. Bernstein. American Racial Classifications

TM22-30. BARI KANG, from Immigrant to Movie Maker.

Their Story Matters with Sara Troy and her guest Bari Kang, on air from July 26th Deeply rooted in his experience as a Punjabi immigrant to America, Bari Kang’s two independent crime thriller films Lucky (2016) and The Scrapper (2022) have earned favorable comparisons to the works of his longtime idols Martin Scorsese and Quentin Tarantino. Yet, the multi-talented actor, writer, and director’s … Continue reading TM22-30. BARI KANG, from Immigrant to Movie Maker.

TM22-25. Richard Battle asks “WHY” did they Die?

Their Story Matters with Sara Troy and her guest Richard Battle, on air from June “The common question asked when someone loses a dear one prematurely is “Why”?” says Richard V. Battle, a lifelong Texas resident and award-winning author who lost his only son in 1998. “Like the community in Uvalde, I was faced with a reality that I had … Continue reading TM22-25. Richard Battle asks “WHY” did they Die?