Donna Kenninger, a retired nurse, tells about being a volunteer storyteller at Riley Hospital for Children, the power of story and how electronics are a curious new distraction for pediatric patients.
Convinced by her mother that she could do anything she chose, Sheila went to law school and was the first woman lawyer hired by Baker and Daniels in Indianapolis in the 1960’s. It was a time of change and some awkward moments…
One of 13 children growing up in Washington, Indiana in the 1940’s, Shirley Charles tells of shared wardrobes and the time consuming chore of washing clothes.
Nicole Markle tells of her love of dance and how her mother struggled to pay for the education that would lead away from rural Virginia to a much bigger world.
CULTURAL CANNIBALS is “One of the most audacious cultural experiments currently happening” – Nuvo Newsweekly. They combine ethnic music, graphics, dance together in multi-media and multi-culural events across Indianapolis. Co-founder Kyle Long talks about the process of creating an American Identity with all of the diverse cultural elements of our people. SEE ALSO – Artur Silva THE CULTURAL CANNIBALS STORY:
John Hay talks about his values and working with community centers in the near east side of Indianapolis through NESCO.
What can happen when a community asks, “What can we do to change it?” Community activist Ruth Shaw tells about her efforts in making a Quality of Life Plan that lead to the Super Bowl!
“Why do you do it?” Phoenix Theatre Director / Producer Bryan Fonseca tells about how he decided what to do with his life.
Greta tells about attending the Republican National Convention in Tampa with Y-Press and getting the feel of real journalism at significant political events.
Janice Virgin describes an idyllic childhood during the fifties and sixties in Indianapolis; full of fashion, sports and freedom.