Episode 10: Pride Fund - Creating Hope for the LGBTQ+ Community
Episode 9: Bill Piper Story
Episode 8: Pride Fund: Equity Issues in the Legislature
Episode 7: National Day of Racial Healing
Episode 6: Flint Kids Fund 5 Year Anniversary
Episode 5: Year-End Giving
Episode 4: Honoring Black Philanthropy Month
Episode 3: Dr. Mona Hanna-Attisha
In this episode we speak with pediatrician, author, and founder of the Flint Kids Fund, Dr. Mona Hanna-Attisha. Dr. Mona shares the joy of working with Flint children, along with her biggest concerns for their health and well-being – sustaining great programs and resources for the long-term. “Communities all over are learning from us, not just the pipe replacement, but also from the innovative, preventative and proactive work we are doing to help children and families,” Dr. Mona said. “What we are doing in Flint is being adopted by other communities and these best practices are all based on science.” Dr. Mona also reflects on her recent book, What the Eyes Don’t See: A story of Crisis, Resistance, and Hope in an American City. For more information on her book, please visit https://monahannaattisha.com/.
Episode 2: Brandon Carr and the Carr Cares Foundation
In this episode, Isaiah Oliver speaks with Brandon Carr of the Baltimore Ravens and Troy Forte, Executive Director of the Carr Cares Foundation. A graduate of Carman-Ainsworth High School and a product of Flint, MI, Brandon Carr always knew he wanted to give back. Together with Troy, they share their passion and commitment for Flint and how they use their platform to support education, entrepreneurship and cancer care. Learn more about the Carr Cares Foundation by visiting www.CarrCares.org.
Episode 1: Truth, Racial Healing and Transformation with Dr. Gail Christopher
In this episode, Isaiah Oliver speaks with Dr. Gale Christopher, racial healer, holistic doctor, and architect of the Truth, Racial Healing & Transformation (TRHT) initiative taking place in Flint and 13 other communities across the United States. TRHT is a comprehensive, national and community-based process launched by the W.K. Kellogg Foundation. Dr. Christopher describes “the why” behind TRHT and what communities can do to address the contemporary effects of racism.