In our first episode of 2018, Liam is joined by multi-discipline artists and entertainers, Prophesied and J-Ross of the Hip Hop duo Tha Fax. They share stories of their run-ins with the ugly faces of racism across Canada, and prove that the only true way to fight hate is with love.
This is not the easiest topic to discuss, and there is some strong language throughout. It should go without saying, CONTENT WARNING.
Look for the new album from Tha Fax, Twisted Mirrors, coming out February 2018.
On this episode of the A Story Not Forgotten podcast Liam speaks with Lourdes Juan, founder of a not-for-profit called the Leftovers Foundation. Every year in Canada, we throw away over $31 Billion worth of perfectly good food. This has been a huge problem for many years, but this Calgarian entrepreneur is stepping up with a solution. Working with organizations like Cobs Bread and Starbucks, along with more than 200 volunteers in Calgary & Edmonton, they redirect more than 4,000 pounds of food each week to organizations that help to get that food where it is needed most.
In photography there is something called a “365 Project” where you commit to taking a photo every day for one year. Since we are a little different, we want to introduce the “365 Legacy Project”. Commit to writing about your life every day for a year.
Better yet, create an account in our application https://AStoryNotForgotten.com and every day answer ONE question that our system will ask you. Before you know it, your entire life story will be written in glorious detail. You can also upload photos and documents to enhance your story.
Sign up today using the promo code “365LEGACY” and we will give you your first three months absolutely FREE.
On this episode of the A Story Not Forgotten podcast, Liam sits down with Calgary comedy duo and filmmakers Dropbear & Panda (Michael Dargie & Jennifer MacLean) to hear their story about a 48 hour film challenge they participated in for the Calgary Comic and Entertainment Expo.
We are obsessed with sharing people’s stories and we need your help to get the word out.
We value your time, and want to make it worth your while. You, or the charity of your choice, can earn up to $1,000 just for referring someone to us that has a story to tell. You can also earn a monthly recurring passive income for referrals to our online story writing system.
On this episode of the A Story Not Forgotten Podcast, Liam meets with fire performer and businessperson Keziah Arsenault. She shares her story of the first time she tried spinning fire poi, working her way up to exotic fire performances, and navigating the business and bureaucracy surrounding fire performances to become one of the nation’s leading figures in fire arts.
Join us for Episode 19, which we recorded over the Internet with the lovely Karli Woods. Karli is a Content Creator, Cosplayer, and Variety Streamer. Our audio on this episode is a bit choppy at times, but it is still well worth the listen.
Sometimes a person’s life story is about their search for their purpose in life. Benjamin Von Wong is an incredibly talented photographer who spent his life trying to figure out what he was meant to do with his life. He came up with a formula that lead him to a purpose of bringing people’s attention to environmental and humanitarian causes through his incredible photography.
Since we started Capturing Legacies, we have talked about the importance of people’s stories are and how your struggles and accomplishments can be an inspiration to others. Thanks to Andie Case, the video above is further proof that stories matter and need to be shared.
We are so happy for you Andie Case, and of course, AJ Marshall and Naf Tilly Smith. You followed your dreams and didn’t take “No” for an answer. All the best and continued success!
Kudos to Microsoft for recognizing the value of a story. Now It’s time to tell YOUR story. Visit http://AStoryNotForgotten.com and get started today. Make sure you share your story, and maybe you can be an inspiration to hundreds or even thousands of people too.