Will joined the Marines at eighteen, when he found out he was going to be father. “I was young, I didn’t know what to do,” he explains, but Will also believes there’s a reason for everything that’s happened to him.
The Work Of Making A Box A Home: Interview With Dan D.
Monday, May 18, 2015
Dan D. is head of construction on the Liberty Home Project. I interviewed him on Friday, May 15th to learn more about the process of making the cargo trailer a home. Q: What’s been completed on the Liberty Home? A: The electrical work is done, including a small solar panel that can be moved in […]
Advocates for the homeless have long searched for affordable and easily-built small homes, preferably ones that can be relocated with little effort. Liberty House sees the opportunity for permanent homes for future residents through the conversion of enclosed cargo trailers into small, portable homes.
Episode 008: Addiction and the Personal Copernican Revolution
Friday, March 6, 2015
Keith’s firsthand experience with addiction (and redemption) brings a new perspective to the debate over the cause of addiction, offering insight alongside comic relief on a journey that shaped 35 years of his life.