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  • Capstone Community Gardens, pt 3

    In the final episode of the Capstone series, we talk to Eric, a young adult from the Navajo reservation in New Mexico. He did something pretty radical—he decided to transplant his life for a bit, work at Capstone Community Gardens, and learn about beekeeping.

    Produced by Monica McFadden. Music by Miller Kines

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  • Capstone Community Gardens, pt 2

    Land rights struggles, forging relationships in a tense racial climate, and a whole array of volunteers—this is the second part of Nathan Hosler’s interview with David Young of Capstone Community Gardens, and these are some of the elements that make up the day-to-day life at Capstone. Find out how in the latest episode from the Office of Public Witness.

    Produced by Monica McFadden. Music by Miller Kines.

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  • Capstone Community Gardens, pt 1

    How does someone go from being the Chief of Police in North Manchester, IN, to starting a garden project in New Orleans’ Lower Ninth Ward? Find out in the first of a three-part series from the Office of Public Witness on Capstone Community Gardens. In this episode, Nathan Hosler interviews David Young, the founder of Capstone.
    Produced by Monica McFadden. Music by Miller Kines. 

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  • A Simple Life, Extraordinary Work

    David Bassett, the founder of the National Campaign for a Peace Tax Fund, recalls the adventures of his life in a conversation with Sara White, an intern from the Church of the Brethren Office of Public Witness.  From alternative service during the Vietnam War to a hovercraft ride, David shares a wealth of stories and advice.

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  • Chosen to Bear Fruit - Thomas Dowdy

    Recorded July 15, 2015 at Annual Conference in Tampa, Florida

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