Stories of kindness in action – from the lens of today’s most inspiring humans.

Sincerely, Hueman is an award-winning narrative podcast. Our show features the diverse, vivid lives of advocates, philanthropists, change makers and compassionate humans who are making a positive impact in the world.

 

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GivingTuesday - Asha Curran


When Asha Curran first heard of the idea for #GivingTuesday from his colleague Henry Timms, she did not foresee how one day of giving could turn into a global movement. She was then working at 92nd Street Y, a nonprofit community and cultural center located in Manhattan, New York.  

Throughout her career, Asha helped push what’s possible: How do you innovate for nonprofits? What does community mean in an age where there are no boundaries? In this episode, we’re sharing the story of social good innovator and CEO of GivingTuesday, Asha Curran.  

Before taking GivingTuesday into the next stage of evolution, Asha helped propel successful programs at 92nd Street Y such as the Social Good Summit, an annual event for tech and global development leaders, in partnership with the UN Foundation and Mashable. But one particular experiment led Asha to where she is today: #GivingTuesday, a day when people would give back to causes and issues that matter to them. Last year, over 400 million dollars were donated online in just 24 hours of Giving Tuesday. The movement is now celebrated in over 60 countries. GivingTuesday has radically changed how people think about generosity, and showed the power of communities everywhere to create change.  

Learn more at www.givingtuesday.org

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This episode is sponsored by DiveIn, a mobile app that makes it easy for anyone to do more good in their local communities.

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Emma Yang - Timeless
Creator of the Timeless App

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”Technology is empowering me to help patients that I may not know personally, but it lets my vision and my work have a greater impact – which is what really motivates me to work on Timeless and improve on it – because I want to be able to help people all around the world who have Alzheimer’s and face the similar challenges that I do.”

Why we love this episode:

Emma Yang is a tech genius and force for good. When we interviewed Emma, she was just a freshman in highschool. Her age never stopped her from being one of the youngest people in the world to combat a global problem. At 14 years old, she launched Timeless, a mobile app that helps Alzheimer’s patients stay engaged and connected to loved ones. Emma’s journey will move you to keep chasing after your goal — a project or cause you care deeply for — no matter how seemingly impossible it is to achieve.

 

Lauren Paul and Molly Thompson - Kind Campaign
Founders of Kind Campaign

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”We drove all over the country and went into schools and just shared this idea and this message that you know kindness is better it feels better and how important healthy female friendships are.”

Why we love this episode:

During their early 20s, Lauren and Molly took on a mission to uncover the truth about girl-against-girl bullying. A decade later, their nonprofit Kind Campaign continues to make a profound impact on girls all over the country. This episode shares great tips on how we can inspire young people to be kinder to each other, and how they can create change within and outside their school hallways.

Karamo Brown - The Educated Rebel
Creator of the Timeless App

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 I think too many times we think that, to be better people, we have to help a million amount of people. If we can make it for people to understand that they just need to love and to care for themselves, and be kind to themselves and be compassionate and be better, then the world would get better just through that.”

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Karamo shares how his name, which means ‘educated rebel’ has helped shape who he is today — and how fatherhood taught him how to be a better human being. In this episode, we learn that in order to be an empathetic listener and compassionate human being, self-respect is crucial. Karamo’s emotional and colorful journey is a reminder of what truly connects us as humans, and why we shouldn’t look at each other based on the color of our skin, who we love or whatever it is that divides.

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