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Karla speaks with her longtime friend Ashleigh Banfield
Letters on Sex Trafficking
In this episode, we try to get into the minds of the players in the sex trade - from the pimps that find and exploit people, to johns that buy sex, to people involved and forced into the trade.
My Boobs Are Trying To Kill Me: If You’re Gonna Have Cancer Fog You Might As Well Be Blonde
Karla Stephens-Tolstoy talks both good news and bad news concerning her diagnosis and the medications she has been taking during her treatment for her cancer.
My Boobs are Trying to Kill Me: Exclusive Interview with childhood trauma survivor Sandra Doweck
Karla Stpehens-Tolstoy talks with Community Ambassador Sandra Doweck about her tough childhood and what she learned from it.
My Boobs Are Trying To Kill Me: Karla Stephens Tolstoy & Her Fight Against Cancer
Karla Stephens Tolstoy is telling her story of being diagnosed with breast cancer and the journey she went through to recovery.
How does he do it? David Bernstein: Homeless youth to Harvard
Karla Stephens Tolstoy talks with David Bernstein about his life as an abandoned child, and his time at Harvard University.
Red deer Alberta
Red deer Alberta
Thank you about talking about Kratom it saved my life
Thank you for portraying our community exactly how it is. It’s so nice to have the truth out there. Karla makes it her mission to really get to know all of her interviewees. Looking forward to listening to more of their podcasts as they are all based on real life struggles. Thank you Karla! #kratomsaveslives
Excellent investigative podcast!
I’m currently listening to the Shelly Desrochers case. Very well done and interesting!