Lawrence Coffee

Lawrence Coffee is a long time member of Peyton Colony, TX community. He also broke the color barrier in the Texas Rodeo system.

Oral History: Waco 1993

Personal account of the standoff between the Branch Davidians and Federal agents in Waco, Texas in 1993.

Activism and Climate Change – Frack Free Denton

Adam Briggle talks about his participation in Frack Free Denton, when state legislation and corporations overturned local law, and his professional opinions on national environmental policy.

Rebeca Galindo’s Experience with the first Fort Worth Women’s March

Rebeca Galindo shares her experience and involvement with the first ever Fort Worth Women’s March – the largest march in history. She explains her background and how it has played a role in her advocacy and passion for women’s rights.

LGBTQ+ inclusion in churches

I interview Jared Jaggers, a pastoral resident at Wilshire Baptist Church, about its recent LGBTQ+ inclusion decision and LGBTQ+ involvement in churches.

Interview Alejandra Nunez

I spoke with Alejandra Nunez, an immigrant from Ecuador about her experiences as a young immigrant to Texas and her views on the world today.

Zulina’s Immigration Story

After being abandoned by Zulina’s father, her mother decided to leave everything behind and start a new life for her and her two daughters and head to the United States to find a job, give a better education to them,...

For the Kids, For the Family

My dad had an eventful childhood as a kid but we didn’t really go into that. He is a hardworking man that moved to America from Pakistan even though he had his family there and a set, comfortable life for...