James Nash, 30, talks about why he felt the need to start working as a young child.
Earlene Green, 66, talks about why she and her husband of more than 15 years went through a period of uncertainty in their relationship.
Donte Merriweather, a former student and teen worker at Neighborhood House, is now the lead teacher of the after-school program, which serves children ages 6- to 12-years old.
Lennis McDuffie talks about how a years-long struggle with drugs came to an end.
Bob Olin has owned the Sherman Perk Coffee Shop for 14 years. He knows what is important to the community by the conversations customers have in his shop.
Students, community leaders, public officials, and law enforcement representatives gathered in Turner Hall to work towards a more peaceful and understanding community.
The fifth annual Black Marriage Day emphasized the importance of successful marriages and strong families in the Black community.
Terry Ellis, 44, who is an oldest child and spent time in group homes, talks about coming to understand his mother’s past struggles.
Steven Tipton, 61, explains his job as a crossing guard at the corner of 35th and Brown streets, near the Westside Academy II in the Washington Park neighborhood.
Patricia Huff, 57, was molested as a child and became a drug addict and alcoholic. She’s been clean for nine years.