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Kate Gluckman (38) interviews her mentee, Myesha Stovall (21), about her experience in the Freedom Project, what it’s like to be a mentor to younger students, and what she hopes to accomplish in her last year in college.
Friends Jessikah [no last name given] (20) and Kiera Monroe (19) have a deep conversation about life and death, love, spirituality, and how they would like to be remembered.
Kenderix Hudson (28) talks to his father and mentor, Michael Johansson (71), about his childhood, his different career paths, and the countries he would like to travel to after the pandemic.
Rosalind Operton (59) interviews her older sister, Cynthia Arrington (64), about Cynthia's childhood, the blessings and the burdens that come with being the oldest child, memories she has of her parents and grandmothers, and what she has planned for the...
Michael Johansson (71) interviews his friend Ken Yon Greer Sr. (36) about his experience growing up in the Mississippi Delta and the road that led him to college, and eventually, to becoming president of the historically black fraternity, Phi Beta...
Michael Johansson (71) interviews his friend Lawrence Muruako (36) about his business Rebel Body Fitness, his nonprofit organization, Operation Fit Nation, and the work he has been doing in underserved communities to help them lead a healthier lifestyle.
Sabrina Stallworth (57) shares a conversation with her friend and mentor Ellen Ellis Lee (81). They discuss their friendship, creative journeys, their families and upbringings, and their work.
Michael Johansson (71) interviews his friend LaRico Treadwell (33) about his upbringing, his academic career, and his goals for the future.
Friends Juanita Floyd (59) and Sara Berry (54) share a conversation about Juanita’s experiences integrating her elementary school in 1969 as the only Black student in her grade and about the value of trying to make a difference in other...