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The Women’s Rights Movement: How You Can Help

11/1/2018
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Advocates from three women's rights causes — financial feminism, the Equal Rights Amendment, and clinic defense — share actions you can take to help women.

Duration:00:37:22

Welcome to Series 2 of The Plural of You

11/1/2018
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The Plural of You is back with a new series and a new format, but Josh needs your help.

Duration:00:01:14

Documenting the “Wounded Healers” – David Freudberg (POY 47)

3/15/2018
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David Freudberg made his career documenting America's caregivers for public radio. Josh talks with him about why and asks how he copes with negativity.

Duration:00:23:01

Protecting Small Farmers and Their Land – Jillian Hishaw (POY 46)

12/15/2017
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Jillian Hishaw offers legal aid to America's small farmers as they age. She's also helping them feed families in need across the Southeastern US.

Duration:00:22:10

STORIES: Lights in a Dark Place / The Turkey Sandwich (POY 45)

11/15/2017
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To celebrate The Plural of You's third anniversary, Josh invites two people to share stories of the nicest things strangers have done for them.

Duration:00:24:42

The Little Free Pantry – Jessica McClard (POY 44)

10/15/2017
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Jessica McClard founded The Little Free Pantry with a simple model: take groceries when you need, leave them if you can. Now the concept has gone worldwide.

Duration:00:24:17

A Tragedy Given Purpose – Pardeep Kaleka (POY 43)

8/15/2017
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Pardeep Kaleka grew up near Milwaukee's toughest ZIP code. After a horrific event changed his life, he dedicated himself to uniting with others in service.

Duration:00:23:05

Changing Conversations on Health Care – #IamMedicaid (POY 42)

7/15/2017
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Christy Cain and Evey Bell Owen started the #IamMedicaid campaign to protect public health care funds in Alabama. Now they're taking it nationwide.

Duration:00:23:35

Getting Back to Sleep – Keith Cushner of Tuck (POY 41)

6/15/2017
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Keith Cushner founded Tuck to build one of the best websites on sleep health. Here's his advice on how to sleep well and to help others sleep.

Duration:00:22:32

A Manual for Building Community – Neighborhood Playbook (POY 40)

5/15/2017
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Kevin Wright and Joe Nickol wrote The Neighborhood Playbook to unite community developers and everyone else around common goals, starting in Cincinnati.

Duration:00:25:42

Using Journalism to Bridge Divides – Spaceship Media (POY 39)

4/15/2017
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Eve Pearlman and Jeremy Hay founded Spaceship Media to convince opposing sides to talk. They're using journalism to reconnect Americans and restore trust.

Duration:00:26:01

Awakening Compassion at Work – Monica Worline (POY 38)

3/15/2017
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Monica Worline has co-authored a book about the benefits of compassion at work, and about how we can make our workplaces better for everyone.

Duration:00:35:57

Feeling Powerless? Try Family Dinners – Lynn Barendsen (POY 37)

2/15/2017
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Lynn Barendsen directs The Family Dinner Project at Harvard, where she and her team help American families gather around their dinner tables again.

Duration:00:36:45

Our Right to Fair Repair – Gay Gordon-Byrne (POY 36)

1/15/2017
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Gay Gordon-Byrne directs The Repair Association, a group of repair professionals and advocates fighting to make the products we buy easy to repair again.

Duration:00:33:18

How Your Slow Cooker Can Change a Life – Crescent City CrockPot (POY 35)

12/15/2016
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Aaron Taylor and Rosie Nolan co-founded Crescent City CrockPot in New Orleans to slow-cook meals for those who are homeless. Here's why it matters to them.

Duration:00:30:15

Overcoming Fear of the Future – Yisroel Roll (POY 34)

11/15/2016
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Yisroel Roll is a psychotherapist and rabbi from Baltimore. He's helped hundreds of people overcome fear, anxiety, and depression to find their true selves.

Duration:00:34:35

Healing the Sickness of Our Secrets – Cheri Speelman (POY 33)

8/15/2016
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Cheri Speelman leads The AIDS Outreach Project near Seattle, helping those at risk for drug-related afflictions. Here she shares her compassionate outlook.

Duration:00:38:32

Violence Can Be Stopped – Tony Barksdale (POY 32)

7/1/2016
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Tony Barksdale is a retired commissioner from the Baltimore Police Department. He believes violence can be solved, and he's committed to see that happen.

Duration:00:30:25

Defending the Earth from Asteroids – Danica Remy (POY 31)

6/15/2016
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Danica Remy is the COO at B612, an organization out to detect and deflect asteroids before they can impact the Earth. Here she shares their unique mission.

Duration:00:23:39

Bringing Local Government & The Public Together – Kirsten Wyatt (POY 30)

6/1/2016
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Kirsten Wyatt co-founded ELGL to bring government employees together and to inspire confidence in local government. Listen as she shares what motivates her.

Duration:00:30:36