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Let’s Look for the Helpers

The Plural of You is a podcast that collects stories from people who care—and their advice on how you can make a difference, too.

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What You May Not Know About Foster Care & Adoption – Kathy York (POY 54)

Kathy York is a counselor who specializes in foster care and adoption issues—and is an adoptive parent, too. Hear her talk about the system.

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The Power of Love in a Post-Pandemic World – Barb Seaman (POY 53)

Barb Seaman helps a local organization in Washington state repair the social damage of the COVID-19 pandemic. Hear the inspiring story.

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The Case for Universal Free School Meals – Teddy Waszazek (POY 52)

Teddy Waszazek led the universal free school meals campaign in Vermont, and now they’re a law in the state. Here he shares what he learned.

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The Elder Care Playbook: An Elder Care Manual – Petra Weggel (POY 51)

Our loved ones are getting older and will one day need elder care. Petra Weggel wrote The Elder Care Playbook to share her wealth of knowledge.

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Struggling With Boundaries? You May Be A Super-Helper – Jess Baker & Rod Vincent (POY 50)

Super-helpers are people who care at the expense of their well-being. Jess Baker and Rod Vincent wrote a book to help them protect themselves.

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Reviving the Podcast

I took a long break from podcasting beginning in 2018. I had some work on myself to do, and I’m in a much better place today.

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Graving: Connecting Families with Their Ancestors – Brandon Wofford-Asuncion (POY 049)

Graving is a hobby where people visit graves for fun. Brandon Wofford-Asuncion uses it to help others find lost relatives near San Francisco.

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[The Best Kind] Feeding Baltimore’s Flock – Jacque Gutman (TBK 06)

Jacque Gutman directs a food pantry in Baltimore’s Hamilton neighborhood. Listen as she shares her heart for feeding those in need.

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[The Best Kind] Healing Baltimore’s Trauma and Violence – Freedom Jones (TBK 05)

Freedom Jones directs anti-violence programs at LifeBridge’s Center for Hope. Here’s why they care so deeply about healing Baltimore’s trauma.