Episode 67: Ruby Kate: Granting Three Wishes to The Elderly and Loving Those Who Are Often Forgotten
12-year-old Ruby Kate Chitsey is the founder of Three Wishes for Ruby’s Residents, an organization that grants three wishes to the elderly living in nursing homes, regularly visits them, sends them postcards, and so much more – and they encourage people around the world to do the same. Ruby Kate joins the 1GR podcast to share her story, to talk about her inspiring work, and so much more.
Episode 66: Katie’s Story: Finding Meaning and Purpose, and Spreading Kindness Through Hair, Community, and Love
Katie Steller, owner and founder of Steller Hair Company, a values-driven hair salon in Minneapolis, Minnesota; Steller Connect, a creative community-centered event space; Steller Kindness Project, which spreads kindness through numerous community efforts; and The Red Chair Project, which provides haircuts to the homeless and to those in need, joins the 1 Girl Revolution podcast to share her inspiring story, more about her incredible work, and how we can all find meaning and purpose, and how we can spread kindness and love throughout the world.
Episode 57: Mama Shu’s Story: Building an Eco-Village, Turning Grief into Joy, and the Power of Community
Shamayim “Mama Shu” Harris is a woman of many talents and she’s lived what seems like many different lives. Mama Shu is a mother, a community activist, a former school administrator, she’s the first female chaplain with the Highland Park Police Department, she’s chairwoman of the Highland Park Charter Commission, and she is the founder […]
Nicole Curtis, star of the show “Rehab Addict”, joins the 1 Girl Revolution podcast this week to share her inspiring story, the hard work it took her to get where she is today, how she landed her show, and how she’s using her platform to make a difference in the world. Nicole and her team are doing so many incredible things… we’re so excited to share Nicole’s story and her work with you!
Detroit Prosecutor Kym Worthy found out that over 11,000 rape kits in the City of Detroit hadn’t been tested, callously put aside, unacknowledged, and un-prosecuted. Prosecutor Worthy fought for justice for these victims, tested over 11K rape kits, and brought hundreds of perpetrators to justice. And her fight for justice for rape victims continues in Detroit and nationwide.