When drag queens lead children’s story time, ‘a lot of hugs’ – and controversy – follow
Your People secured this article with The Washington Post on behalf of our client, City of Huntington Woods. On Saturday, January 26th, the Huntington Woods Library presented Drag Queen Storytime, an ongoing children’s reading program at the library since January 2018. We are aware of two outside groups that do not read more
Athlete, studio blazing trail for Paralympic dance in US
Your People coordinated an exclusive interview at Fred Astaire Dance Studio – Bloomfield Hills, MI with The Associated Press to help introduce Para Dance Sport to the United States.
One Earth Writing launches first teen summer writing camps
Your People coordinated this article with The Associated Press on behalf of our client, One Earth Writing. The Washington Times picked the story up to share across their readers. One Earth Writing launched its first Summer Writing Camps in 2018 to bring teens together to write and find common ground.
7 Crazy Smart Reasons to Walk Away From Success and Start Over
Your People secured this article with INC. Magazine on behalf of our client M1 Imaging.
In Michigan, Syrian Refugees Cling to a Longtime Haven
Your People secured this article in The New York Times for our client, Lutheran Social Services of Michigan, now known as Samaritas.
A Syrian Refugee Responds to Donald Trump
In the U.S. just 16 months and he already understands the meaning of our country better than the sitting president of the United States...
Sacramento News and Review: Building confidence
To change the world, teens must know the good in themselves
Intentional communities help adults with IDD
Lynne Golodner, Chief Creative Officer at Your People, worked with Mary Muliett, VP of home and community at Samaritas to express the need for more affordable living communities for adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDD).
Column: Ripples of change create a better balance
Op-eds offer the advantage of blogs and other similar social media outlets by reaching the public directly with a relatively unfiltered message. Your People guided Kelli Dobner, Chief Advancement Officer of Samaritas (our client) in creating an op-ed for The Oakland Press. “Samaritas wants to throw a heavier stone, casting read more
Column: Dance now to remember later
Your People secured this op-ed with The Oakland Press on behalf of our client, Fred Astaire Dance Studio.
The Jack Lessenberry Show – Samaritas Heartline
Mary Muliett, Samaritas VP, Home & Community and Vickie Thompson-Sandy, Samaritas President joined Jack Lessenberry on his show to speak about human trafficking and how Samaritas House (formerly known as Heartline) is one of the few centers of its kind in Michigan, leading women to a point where they can read more
Small Talk with Mark S. Lee – Special Tree Rehabilitation
Your People secured this radio interview on Small Talk with Mark S. Lee on behalf of our client, Special Tree Rehabilitation featuring Kate McClain, Director, Workforce Engagement, & Michelle Kruz, Behavioral Programming Technical.
Kent County Adoption Day Is December 13th!
Your People secured this interview with Newsradio WOOD 1300 on behalf of our client, Samaritas. Sam Beals, President of Samaritas, dropped by West Michigan Live to talk about this wonderful occasion and how you can be apart of the adoption process Listen to “Kent County Adoption Day Is December 13th!” read more
Small Talk with Mark S. Lee featuring Jennifer Stevens, Chief Advancement Officer, & Kelli Dobnar, Child Welfare Manager, Samaritas
Your People coordinated this interview on Small Talk with Mark S. Lee on behalf of our client, Samaritas.
Small Talk with Mark S. Lee featuring Vicki McLellan & Angela Zangarola
Your People coordinated this interview on Small Talk with Mark S. Lee on behalf of our client, the Women’s Divorce Resource Center.
WXYZ 6 18 19 Adaptive Sports – Special Tree
Your people helped secure this segment for our client Special Tree
WXMI 6 17 19 World Refugee Day – Samaritas
Your People helped secure this segment for our client Samaritas.
CNBC: Waldorf Schools teach without technology
In most public and private schools across the nation, Chromebooks, iPads or Windows devices are everywhere. But things look very different at Waldorf Schools, where technology and screens aren’t used at all through 8th grade, and are scarce even in high school. The Waldorf teaching philosophy is used at more read more
WKBD Street Beat: Diversity – Samaritas
Your people coordinated this coverage with WKBD on behalf of our client, Samaritas.
WNEM – Local family talks benefits of fostering children with Samaritas
May is National Foster Care month and officials with Samaritas told WNEM TV5 that the need for foster parents in Michigan is great. Your people coordinated this coverage with WNEM on behalf of our client, Samaritas.
WZZM: Foster Care Awareness Day with Samaritas
More than 13,000 children in Michigan are in foster care, with only 6,000 foster homes to welcome them during this time of need. This year, Samaritas initiated an advocacy effort to make May 7th Foster Care Awareness Day. The State Senate and Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer have agreed to declare read more