Thursday, December 19, 2019
by 95.9 WATD fm
In Their Shoes Film
The Dr. Joe Show
In Their Shoes Film teamed up with the Dr. Joe Show to talk about the power of influence and change with Harvard Medical School instructor, psychiatrist, and author, Dr. Joseph Shrand.
Click on the link below to listen to Zachary and Stephen speak about their experience while creating this film, and hear about the impact it’s had on their addiction, recovery, and ability to help others.
Friday, October 11, 2019
by Emerson College
Emerson College’s annual
Teach-in on Race
A major theme being explored at this year’s Teach-in on Race is Mass Incarceration, which is why Writers Without Margins was invited to join the conversation and shared their newly debuted documentary, In Their Shoes: Unheard Stories of Reentry & Recovery.
Thursday, October 10, 2019
by University of New Haven
Interview & Reflection
University of New Haven English Professor, Dr. Randall Horton, joins In Their Shoes cast members on the University’s television show, In-Conversation.
There they speak about what prompted the creation of their film and why it’s so necessary that the world hears these stories.
Watch the full interview below
November 14, 2018
by Crosscheck: Substance Abuse Radio
In Their Shoes Film
teams up with NHL star, Kevin Stevens, on
Crosscheck: Substance Abuse Radio
In this moving interview with NHL Star, Kevin Stevens, In Their Shoes cast members discuss what inspired them to create such an intimate portrayal of their journeys through addiction and incarceration.
Sunday, September 30, 2018
by Porter Square Books
This Be The Change presentation traces the origins of Writers Without Margins, a nonprofit dedicated to the fusion of art and advocacy offering free creative writing workshops in Boston’s homeless shelters, community health centers, youth services agencies and prison reentry and addiction recovery programs. Learn about its recent feature in the upcoming documentary, In Their Shoes: Unheard Stories of Reentry & Recovery, and find out ways that you can get involved.
Wednesday, August 01, 2018
by Soap Central
General Hospital’s, Natalia Livingston, touched the hearts of millions of soap opera fans when she took on the role of Emily Quartermaine in the early 2000’s and played out an emotional story-line about breast cancer. And she’s bringing meaningful content to daytime fans once more with her new documentary In Their Shoes: Unheard Stories of Reentry and Recovery.