Each year, more than 500 individuals who are faced with domestic violence, substance abuse or mental illness are served by Elizabeth Stone House. Stone House Director of Community Programs, Page Clark joins Nathan O'Leary from the Modern Theatre.
Ed Caisse from the Hampden County Sheriff’s Department and Director of the Holyoke Safe Neighborhood Initiative discusses implementing the C3 military policing based model in tough neighborhoods to reduce crime and dismantle gangs while building up youth and increasing graduation rate from 48 to 70 percent.
Boston's African Meeting House is the first of its kind in America, the oldest black church building in the country and New England’s largest museum dedicated to preserving, conserving and interpreting the contributions of African Americans. Marita Rivero, Executive Director of the Museum of African American History talks about the significant history on Beacon Hill and in Nantucket.
Reverend Steve Ayres, the Vicar of the Old North Church and Executive Director of the Old North Foundation, discusses the historical significance of the Church and the site as a top tourist destination on the freedom trail in Boston's North End.
Creating young leaders across all of Massachusetts' high schools with a fun filled leadership weekend at LaSalle College? Massachusetts Youth Leadership Foundation President, Joe Coliflores, talks about developing youth to become leaders and role models in their communities.
Interview recorded on September 12, 2017 at the Majestic Theater.