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All of the storytellers in this hour are New Voices Fellows from the Aspen Institute. Lindiwe Majele Sibanda, a leading advocate for food security, must reassess her own relationship to food. James Kassaga fights to earn his education and buys his grandmother the iron roof she could never afford. Pragmatic idealist Sisonke Msimang (pictured) drives her friend to the doctor and learns how to listen to her words and her silences. And marine expert Jensi Sartin devises a plan to bring the fish back to Bali. Hosted by The Moth's producing director, Sarah Austin Jenness.

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Photo: Caroline Lacey

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