Conversations From the Open Road is a Road-Trip to experience our world in a meaningful way.
We are a student journalism, digital media crew probing the challenging issues and individual stories in our communities.
A society is judged by how it treats its most vulnerable people.
We listen to and learn what this means on the front lines.
Students are finishing up their documentary shorts NOW, to be shown at the Green Mountain Film Festival, March 22 at 6 PM - CANCELED
AND at high schools and other venues.
Here's our video from one of our crews last August, in collaboration with an initative in Middlebury, VT, to provide housing for neighbors in need:
And here's the 2 videos celebrating the warmth and fun
amidst the deep work done on the road:
We would be grateful to you for any donation you offer to our scholarship fund.
to learn a bit more of who we are!
Since 2014, 3-5 crews each summer have hit the road as strangers and return bonded by the shared compassion for
all who we met along the way and a deeper understanding of the struggles
in our world.
It’s a road trip in the truest sense of the word: we thrive in the unknown and
have little interest in indulging in the luxuries of tourism, but instead seek the
comradery and fellowship with lots of other humans on this crazy journey through life at this moment.