POY’s Archived Episodes Posts

Episodes from Plural of You’s podcast. See the Episodes page to listen to every episode in one place.

AbleGamers & Video Game Accessibility – Steve Spohn (POY 21)

AbleGamers & Video Game Accessibility - Steve Spohn (POY 21)

Steve Spohn is the COO of AbleGamers, which helps those with disabilities play video games. He and Josh talk about this incredibly touching mission.

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Restorative Justice in the American South – Doug Ammar (POY 20)

Restorative Justice in the American South - Doug Ammar (POY 20)

Doug Ammar directs the Georgia Justice Project, which supports those the criminal justice system harms. He boosts the restorative justice approach to crime.

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Giving Christmas Trees & Being a Santa – Alex Gramling (POY 19)

Giving Christmas Trees & Being a Santa - Alex Gramling (POY 19)

Alex Gramling and his friends started giving away Christmas trees after a chance encounter with someone in need. Now he enjoys being a Santa for others.

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Using Social Media to Reunite Families – Kevin F. Adler (POY 18)

Using Social Media to Reunite Families - Kevin F. Adler (POY 18)

Kevin F. Adler founded Miracle Messages to record videos with those who are homeless. He then shares them with lost family members to facilitate reunions.

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Funding Good Deeds to Build Community – Laura Hale (POY 17)

Funding Good Deeds to Build Community - Laura Hale (POY 17)

Laura Hale founded the ONE Good Deed Fund, which provides small grants to fund good deeds and build community in Burlington, Vermont.

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Veterinary Social Work – Dr. Elizabeth Strand (POY 16)

Veterinary Social Work - Dr. Elizabeth Strand (POY 16)

Dr. Elizabeth Strand directs one of the only veterinary social work programs, and she’s determined to improve mental health among veterinarians.

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Teal Pumpkins & Food Allergy Awareness – Amanda Painter (POY 15)

Teal Pumpkins & Food Allergy Awareness - Amanda Painter (POY 15)

Amanda Painter is part of the group behind the Teal Pumpkin Project, a campaign to make Halloween safer for children with food allergies. Here’s her story.

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