The Podcast About People Helping People
Not ready to give up on humanity yet? The Plural of You collects stories from people who care—and their advice on how you can make a difference, too.
Our Question for March/April 2018
What’s inspired you to not completely give up hope yet?
Record a short message (up to 90 seconds) and you may hear yourself on the next episode!
Not ready to record? You can type what’s on your mind, too.
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.
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.
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.
I presented a talk at DC PodFest 2017 about creating social change through podcasting. See my recap to start producing your own socially empowering podcast.
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.
Josh here. I’d like to open The Plural of You for your contributions! Mind taking a 5-minute survey to start the process?
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.
Christy Cain and Evey Bell Owen started the #IamMedicaid campaign to protect public health care funds in Alabama. Now they’re taking it nationwide.
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.
Kevin Wright and Joe Nickol wrote The Neighborhood Playbook to unite community developers and everyone else around common goals, starting in Cincinnati.