Sacred Stream Radio Podcast


Laura Chandler hosts this monthly podcast series that features interviews with thought leaders, artists, healers, and other interesting humans. Subscribe to the Sacred Stream Radio Podcast on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Google Play, Stitcher, or stream below. You can also watch the interviews on our YouTube channel.

A Note from Laura Chandler

I want to take a moment to thank all of our generous supporters and volunteers who help make the Sacred Stream Radio Podcast possible. I began this podcast as a labor of love and to share the stories of the remarkable, talented, famous and not-so-famous people I have the great privilege of meeting and engaging with as a result of my work in the world. These are people I am moved by and who inspire me and I hope that they move and inspire you, too.

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Podcast: Episode 113: Fritz Clay: Fostering Connections: Part 2

April 25, 2024

On this episode, Laura continues her interview with stylist and co-founder of the non-profit Fostering Connections, Fritz Clay. Fritz is a world-renowned stylist, owner of Hair Play Salon, and creator of the hair care product, “SET.” He grew up in foster care in the SF Bay Area, which he attributes to giving him a profound experience of love and family and he created Fostering Connections to give back to the foster care community. On the last episode, Fritz described how he was abandoned as a newborn outside of a hospital. In this conversation Fritz tells his remarkable story of finding his birth parents and the twists and turns that have come with that. His is an inspiring story of love, loss, abandonment, and belonging. It is a poignant and deeply healing tale that he shares to help others as they embark on their own journey to know themselves. You can learn more about Fritz and Fostering Connections at hairplay.com.

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