In 2012, shortly after his 25th birthday, Robbie Stokes, Jr. quit his job on Capitol Hill to talk to strangers all over the world.
"I started talking to strangers everywhere I went. Not just people walking down the street, but people I'm sitting next to on the bus, or people I meet in the elevator or while travelling," Stokes told News4Jax last spring.
The Florida State University grad founded "I TALK TO STRANGERS," a social movement "that unites various ethics, racial, political, and socio-economic groups through conversation." Check out the video!