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Inspiring Inclusion and Common Humanity
Promoting Compassionate Action
Voices of Our Story
Audios and Videos Tell Stories
In 2017, we "caught" over 60 audio stories from homeless people, people serving the homeless community, officials charged with finding solutions to homelessness, and concerned citizens of Nevada County, California.
We shared these stories on KVMR StoryCatchers, and through multi-media at the live event, A Place To Call Home - Stories Inspiring Transformation at the Center For the Arts in
Grass Valley California.
Enjoy a taste of our audio and video StoryCatching on this page, and to enjoy more, join the
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We believe that listening may shift some perceptions and inspire you to take compassionate action in your own life.
Highly Educated . . . Highly Motivated . . . Still Homeless
Trena Bristol, Homeless Woman
Living in Her Car
Imagine this: You are adopted and unaware that you have a progressive genetic disorder. You graduate from Harvard and successfully hold jobs...until you can't. This is Trena's story and her path to homelessness and
living in her car.
Listen to this perception-shifting Story of Homelessness by clicking on the audio players on the right.
Soundbite A Perception-Shifting Story of Homelessness - Trena Bristol
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Part 1 A Perception-Shifting Story of Homelessness - Trena Bristol00:00
Part 2 A Perception-Shifting Story of Homelessness - Trena Bristol00:00
Story connects us to our humanity.
The Humanities, Arts, and Media communicate the Stories.
The result is Cultural Transformation.
To watch the StoryCatcher video Click on the player below
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