Interview with Liz Murray
Freeman and Barnet had the great opportunity to interview Liz Murray, author of the best-selling book “Breaking Night: A Memoir of Forgiveness, Survival, and My Journey from Homeless to Harvard”.
Liz Murray was raised in poverty by loving but drug-addicted parents. By the age of 15, she was living on the streets. After her mother’s AIDS-related death, Liz forced herself to make some significant changes. She turned her life around by going back to high school. While still homeless, Liz earned her diploma in just two years. Liz won a New York Times scholarship for needy students, which enabled her to attend Harvard University.
Freeman Michaels and Barnet Bain Interview Liz Murray Part 1
The second installment from the interview with author Liz Murray. In this segment, Barnet Bain and Freeman Michaels continue their discussion on Liz Murray and how she stepped into the unfolding of her life experience.
Liz Murray is an inspirational speaker and author whos incredible story was made into a Lifetime movie, “Homeless to Harvard: The Liz Murray Story” in 2003. Homeless at age 15 after being raised in poverty, Liz turned her life around by returning to high school. Earning her diploma in two years, Liz won a New York Times scholarship for needy students, which enabled her to attend Harvard University.
Freeman Michaels and Barnet Bain Interview Liz Murray Part 2