Many people chose to serve their communities on Martin Luther King Jr. Day. We meet some folks who serve year-round and approach volunteerism in ways you may never have considered.
Guest Host: Jen Golbeck
A teenager ensconced in a tight-knit Orthodox Jewish community has her world ripped apart by her mother’s affair. She and her family are exiled from the congregation, and it’s only as an adult she’s able to come to terms with the past and forgive her mother. We speak with the novel’s author.
- Michelle Brafman Author, "Washing the Dead"
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