In Your Shoes video series
Each “In Your Shoes” episode serves as a window into the life of a specific person. Our goal is to elevate the voices of those often marginalized or misrepresented. We're creating a platform for Boston residents to tell their own stories.
Paloma Valenzuela is a Dominican-American director, producer, and writer, as well as the creator of "The Pineapple Diaries".
Al Wong is a kānaka maoli, a native Hawaiian, who uses inspiration from his home to build his balcony garden.
Mario Chaparro, a person in long-term recovery, is the Program Director at the Engagement Center in Boston.
Two days after Arlis was released from incarceration, he met with the City's Office of Returning Citizens. This is his story.
Alice Imbaro Palumbo
Alice is a woman on the go, and Boston's Department of Veterans Services is right by her side to lend a helping a hand.
Jerry is an advocate for seniors across Boston and has one simple message: get involved.