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Spouses Joy Hoover (34) and Philip Hoover (42) talk about their non-profit, Cupcake Girls, where they work to provide free resources to folks in the sex-work industry, all while sharing cupcakes.
Beth Markley (51) talks to her friend Ty Carson-Eisenman (48) about their advocacy in the LGBTQ+ community. Ty recalls memories of attending peaceful protests of the Idaho senate, now commonly referred to as the "Add the 4 Words" movement, to...
Deborah Clark (60) interviews her friend and colleague, Dr. Kimberly Scott [no age given], about her career, the different museums she has visited, and the people she considers her heroes.
Jessica Garcia (25) interviews her friend and colleague, Joy Ingram (44), about what led her into advocacy work and the power of storytelling as a survivor of sexual assault and intimate partner violence.
Friends Jo Anne St. Clair (71) and Cathy Strickler (76) share a conversation on their proudest moments and stories from a lifetime of advocacy work.
Dave Hayward, 61, interviews Georgia Equality executive director Jeff Graham, 46, about the phase of his career from the early days of the HIV/AIDS epidemic until he became the director of the AIDS Survival Project in Atlanta.
Katrina Oh Schoenwald (35) talks with her husband Brett Schoenwald (39) about how they met at a fundraiser for Able Advocates, a non-profit Katrina founded, what it was like to lose their son Nate and why they keep the non-profit...
Cheryl Hewitt (58), a Stanford Health Care patient, talks with David Grady (59) about her struggles and triumphs in navigating school and health care with a lifelong disability.
Barbara "Abbie" Parsons (76) shares a conversation with her friend, Youlonda McCullough-Jackson (51), about their experiences with the injustice in Arkansas lack of renters' rights and protections.
Friends, colleagues, and partners in "good trouble," Delaitre Jordan Hollinger [no age given] and Jacqueline Yvonne Perkins (64), sit down for a conversation about their family history, their current projects, and the importance of preserving African American history.
Danae Davis (64) discusses with her colleague, Parvathi Santhosh-Kumar (30), her career trajectory and her hopes for the city of Milwaukee.
Edward "Ed" Walsh (59) shares a conversation with his colleague Glenn Wells (66) about Glenn's experiences as board member and president of Cape Fear Group Homes Inc., and what drives his advocacy work.
Friends Osyrus Bolly [no age given] and Ryan Davis (42) talk about their community, their admiration for community leaders, their advocacy for policy change and equity, and the importance of investing in the youth of Little Rock, Arkansas.
Friends and colleagues Courtneay Small (61) and Richard Harris (58) talk about their upbringings, experiences as mentors, and the importance of their work with Concerned Black Men of Massachusetts.
This interview is about the genuine dedication and advocacy Shanna Carter, Founder of Krumpin 4 Success has for every young person that comes through the various programs. Shanna and one youth talk about the program and its benefit on both...
Nyla Foster shares her experience of growing up in Kansas City from childhood to blossoming as a trans teen , life lessons as an adult , and her rise to leadership in the LGBTQIA community as an advocate & business...
How can scientists capture the public’s imagination with science? In this interview, Gordon Grant, a research hydrologist with the US Forest Service and President-elect of AGU'S Earth and Planetary Surface Processes Section, shares his experience of bringing a river to...
Two friends, and long time residents of South OC, chat about the emotional labor, challenges, and solutions for homelessness in south OC.
In this episode, we spoke with Remy Meraz, Founder of Me Tyme Network to learn about her entrepreneur journey as a woman in tech.
Lydia Mele (75) talks to her colleague Andrea Rapacz (48) about the impact Lydia's mother's legacy has had on their family and community.
Alexis Simoneau (30) interviews her mentor, Jack Levine (70), about his work as an advocate, the people who inspire him, and the legacy he would like to leave behind.
Jerome Novey (76) shares a conversation with his daughter, Shannon Novey [no age given], about his decision to pursue a career as a lawyer instead of joining the family business.
Atra Flemons (61) interviews her friend Khadijah Shabazz (62) about her experience with mass incarceration and how she has become an advocate for families who have lost loved ones to police violence.
Kelly Rouba (30) talks to her friend Karen Palazzini (30) about learning to become an advocate for other people with juvenile diabetes, and what it’s like to live a normal life with a disability.
Christine Jones (49) shares a conversation with her friend, Ashley Saunders (37), about their advocacy work. Ashley also talks about navigating her own identity when she was younger and about supporting, affirming, and advocating for her children now.