Don’t trash that! Repair it!! The Right to Repair movement is growing across the continents. What do you do with broken items around your residence? Kaz and Dan of Victoria, Australia have years of experience tinkering in their shed fixing and mending items. They are now repairing your items at Repair Cafes around Melbourne and other areas in the state of Victoria.
She was homeless once. Today she is A Rose Called Candace.
Solo performer Candace Nicholas -Lippman struggles with a dysfunctional upbringing. As an adult she struggled with being homeless. She says that her struggles are her strength in standing up for social justice. Today she is a writer and a performer.
Being a victim is not how she wants to come across in her solo story-telling performances. Candace wants to inspire you and others through her experiences. “God really had to humble me. This story is really not for ME. It’s not about ME. God is using my talent so that I can tell my story and help change lives.”
Magic Words? Who doesn’t love magic? Magic Words! Actress, script writer and copyright entrepreneur Kelsey Formost shares her innate interest in helping you tell your own story.
What worries YOU? Kurt Polzin humanizes the world of oceanography.
“I worry obsessively on whether or not a multi-million dollar instrument is going to come back from the depths of the ocean or not. When it doesn’t come back, I find myself worrying and sitting there on a boat. I listen to its ping and I know where it is more or less.”
Australian Oceanographer Helen Phillips, PhD was a quiet, introverted drifter growing up. She was comfortable in math and science because she was judged on the exactness, the preciseness of her answers. Her research is on the Antarctic Circumpolar Current. Helen explains her research and the instruments she uses. She also remarks on climate change and ways that she is trying to bring science findings to the public.