May 30, 2019
East Greenwich High School students Michaela Shunney and Ella Saint discuss how a program they helped create provides insight and skills into handling a myriad of mental health concerns for youth.
May 25, 2019
Attorney’s Joel Goloskie and Meagan Thomson discuss their efforts to protect those in prison population’s right to Maintenance Therapy for Opioid addiction. Special emphasis is placed on their involvement with a case in Massachusetts where a client was denied access to medical assisted treatment. This Podcast...
May 12, 2019
Adam Stephen Meshallu conducts safari tours in his homeland of Tanzania. A member of the MAASAI People, and uniquely trained to address local wildlife, he takes travelers on a lifetime’s adventure.
In addition to discussing Africa’s habitat, Adam also shares plans he has to establish a school for girls.
Adam can be...
May 8, 2019
Mary Byrne, Jane Johnson and Pasco Troia, from Survivors Speak RI, continue their conversation about sexual assault. For this episode all three discuss how they were impacted by sexual violence and what was their impetus behind seeking help.
May 4, 2019
Mary Byrne, Jane Johnson and Pasco Troia discuss sexual assault and how their organization, Survivors Speak RI, helps address this difficult concern. Special emphasis is placed on empowering those affected by sexual trauma as well as encouraging communities to enhance educational efforts.