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Grab a cup of coffee, pull up a chair and listen in to our conversation with Samuel Johns. On this episode we are thinking about racism and the legacy of colonialism as one of the ...

We are taking a break from Season 3 – The Hydra of Homelessness – to celebrate our 50th Episode. We’ve covered a lot of ground over the past couple years. In this episode we are co...

S3:E8 - The Hydra of Homelessness: Foster Care w/ Kim Guay & Naomi Davidson A story about homelessness that is often told is that young adults exiting the Foster Care system ma...

S3:E7 - The Hydra of Homelessness: Mental Health w/ Faith J Myers Mental Health and homelessness are closely intertwined. On this episode we hear from Faith J. Myers a mental healt...

S3:E6 - The Hydra of Homelessness: LGBTQ+ and Homelessness w/ Laura Reijns LGBTQ+ youth risk homelessness at a rate that is 120% higher than other youth. Join us as we talk to Laur...

On this episode we look at a head of the Homelessness Hydra that might not be the first thing one might think of: public health. Join us for a conversation with Dr. Emily Mosites, ...

The stereotype that is often voiced about those experiencing homelessness is that they are substance abusers, but it’s not that simple according to our guests Jen O’Neal (Clinical ...

My co-worker’s daughter asked her recently, “Why don't homeless people who get money save it for housing?" Our guest on this episode, Meg Zaletel has the answer. Zaletel is the Exe...

S3:E2 - The Hydra of Homelessness: Anchorage’s Homeless History w/ Nancy Burke Anchorage has been dealing with complex social issues like homelessness for a long time. In this epis...

S3:E1 - The Hydra of Homelessness: Roses Are Red, Violets Are Blue, Solving Homelessness is a Hard Thing To Do A pope, a mayor, and an archbishop walk into a podcast. That sounds l...

BTS 11: EMERGENCY - BACK TO SCHOOL – ENCORE:  A Long Drive To School: A Trailer Park And Its School Zoning   The distances that the youth from the Dimond Estates neighborhood tra...

BTS 10: Summer Music Special Songs are one way to tell a story. In this episode we will talk to a couple musicians (Andy Ball of Rival Dads & Hollis Bryan) who are telling stor...

BTS 9: Turning the Tables w/ Julia O’Malley: The Imagine Project On our last episode we heard from Julia O’Malley about the stories of Anchorage’s pandemic year that she is compil...

Over the past couple of years the world has experienced a global pandemic. The stories of the pandemic and its effects are as varied as the people that lived through the COVID era....

BTS 7: 4th Ave. & E St. – The Intersection of Black History Month & Fur Rendezvous February is Black History month. In Anchorage February also means it’s time for the Fur R...

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