Deon shares the beginning of his life story of escaping poverty and crime that he tells to all of the young African American men he counsels as a police officer / leader in the Our Kids program.
Leonard studied dentistry to please his father, but he was personally drawn to music. He tells the story of a three day fast that led to creating a string of original gospel songs and ultimately TyScott Records.
Even though her newly adopted dog was female, Shannon changed her pet’s name to Matt Damon. Find out why.
During her childhood Ellen Hart Munds visited River House, the beautiful home of her Great Grandmother Nelly in Point Pleasant, New Jersey. Over the years Ellen has kept family history alive by passing the stories about Nelly and other relatives along to the next generation.
Brandan Burrow tells about leaving home to escape harmful relationships and bad experiences. After meeting Sarah, his wife to be, he came to Indianapolis. and learned how to believe in himself.
Nicole Wilson talks about how her Aunt Ruth, a nurse, got her started on a lifelong career in health care.
When she was 12 years old Faye Williams found a book about the law left behind by a prominent African American Lawyer. Reading that book led Faye to a life long career in the law.
John Hall shares lessons learned about making friends, the importance of a stable home, and working for good companies and good people.
Megan McKinney Cooper tells how In the late 70’s after her parents’ divorce, her mother earned an MBA, moved the family to San Francisco, and she and her brother became “Latch Key Kids.”
As a young man in the early 1960’s, Lee Parsons became an advocate for new environmental concerns that were affecting his family’s beloved farm near Avon, Indiana.