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How One Small Act of Kindness Can Improve the Lives of Others with Mark Redmond: January Happy[ness] Hour

How One Small Act of Kindness Can Improve the Lives of Others with Mark Redmond: January Happy[ness] Hour

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January 7 @ 1:00 pm 2:00 pm EST

Image: graphic for Mark Redmond Happy[ness] Hour at 1pm eastern on January 7th 2022

Join us on Friday, January 7th from 1pm-2pm ET for an afternoon with Mark Redmond. For almost 40 years he has been helping kids from tough situations be successful despite the odds against them. Mark has the most positive take on what could be a tough issue.

This conversation will be full of celebration, fun, fascinating, and insightful real stories of trials and triumph. If you didn’t believe it before, you’ll certainly leave this Happy[ness] Hour believing that anything is possible when we practice small acts of kindness.

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About Mark

Mark Redmond has worked in the field of caring for homeless and at-risk youth for over 40 years.  He is presently executive director of Spectrum Youth & Family Services in Burlington, Vermont.  He has published columns in Forbes, The New York Times, The Washington Post, Huffington Post, Commonweal, The National Catholic Reporter and America.  He has told stories for The Moth Radio Hour as well as other podcasts such as The Lapse, Strangers and Risk!  A story he told for WGBH’s Stories from the Stage played on most public television stations around the United States, and his one-person show on Broadway, So Shines a Good Deed, premiered in October 2019. Six days later his one-person show The Moustache Diaries premiered at The Flynn Space in Burlington.

His first book, The Goodness Within: Reaching out to Troubled Teens with Love and Compassion, was published in 2004. His latest book, Called: A Memoir was published by Onion River Press in May 2021.

Mark lives in Essex, Vermont with his wife Marybeth and son Liam.

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