The Plural of You is a podcast and blog that honors the helpers in the world around us. It also features advice on how we can all choose to help one another.
Where should I start?
How can I help?
- Tell a friend. Know anyone who would like dialogue journalism? What about building compassion at work or better awareness of sleep? Let them know!
- Subscribe. Subscribing will help podcasters, journalists, and other listeners notice The Plural of You—and it’s free.
- Support other podcasts. Check the Resources page for recommendations.
- Do your part. Society breaks down when we give up on our problems. Visit the Get Involved page and find something you care about.
- Say hello. What’s up? Let’s talk about helping others or about what you need (see options below).
Who’s behind this?
My name is Josh Morgan. My mission is to help you find causes to get involved with, especially if you want to make a difference but need a little guidance first.
I’m also a data analyst and applied sociologist who lives in Baltimore, Maryland. I earned a Master’s degree in Sociology from the University of South Alabama in Mobile, Alabama, and my research has been featured at the organizations below. I’m happily married, have two spoiled cats, and produce The Plural of You in my spare time.
- Thanks to Kyle Mercury at Vox Photographika for many of the photos on this website. View more of his work at KyleMercury.com.
- Thanks to Echidna for the current theme music for The Plural of You, “Welcome”. Hear more of his music on Bandcamp.
- Thanks to Mike Martinez for theme music used in Plural of You episodes 1-37, “The Possibility”.