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?

TM22-23 JoAnn Erwin’s “Behind these Walls”

Their Story Matters with Sara Troy and her guest JoAnn Erwin, on air from June 7th JoAnn Ewin was an exemplary nurse working at Little Sandy Correctional, but one day she said no to a date with the warden and her life was sent upside down. Today nearly 8 years later she is still fighting … Continue reading TM22-23 JoAnn Erwin’s “Behind these Walls”

TM22-07 Kenny Xu, An Inconvenient Asian Minority. 

Their Story Matters with Sara Troy and her guests Kenny Xu, on air February 15th From a journalist on the frontlines of the Students for Fair Admission (SFFA) v. Harvard case comes a probing examination of affirmative action, the false narrative of American meritocracy, and the attack on Asian American excellence with its far-reaching implications―from seedy test-prep … Continue reading TM22-07 Kenny Xu, An Inconvenient Asian Minority. 

TM22-03 Kevin Ringstaff, Grieving for Pets & People.

Their Story Matters, with Sara Troy and her guest Kevin Ringstaff, on air from January 18th Kevin Ringstaff has been a student of grief for many years. He creates products and activities on grief and invents ways to help teach grief to everyone. Kevin's been through several grief certification programs over the years and he's … Continue reading TM22-03 Kevin Ringstaff, Grieving for Pets & People.

TSM21-51 Jared Knott, the “Butterfly Effect” of Human History.

Their Story Matters with Sara Troy and her guest Jared Knott, on-air from December 21st The small things that had great historical consequences…“Heart-stopping, compelling, and fun!” Win Blevins, New York Times Bestselling AuthorHow often does it happen that a single tiny mistake causes an entire civilization to collapse? More often than you think! Readers of Jared … Continue reading TSM21-51 Jared Knott, the “Butterfly Effect” of Human History.