Joyce Agyin and Angela Marith

Joyce shares the story of giving birth to her first born and health discrepancies she faced as a woman of color and what she learned and how it helped her when faced with some of the same issues with her...

Pollinating citizen advocates

John Friedrich (56) talks with his friend Bob Alpern (92) talks about his work over 30 years with the Unitarian Universalist Association and Friends Committee on National Legislation, traveling across the United States conducting advocacy training workshops to “pollinate citizen...

Courtneay Small and Richard Harris

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.

Kit Bredimus and Heather Bredimus

Dr. Kit Bredimus (37), a healthcare professional, and his spouse, Heather Bredimus (37), reflect on how the COVID-19 pandemic has impacted their lives, their family, and their community.

Academic, Activist & Advocate Dr. Patricia Fernandez-Kelly talks about ethical leadership

Dr. Patricia Fernandez-Kelly, Professor of Sociology at Princeton University, talks with undergraduate Rafer Friedman about ethical leadership, advocacy and activism on campus, in the community and beyond.

Sarah Hooper and Benjamin Lawrence Aritao

Sarah Hooper (37) talks with friend and colleague Benjamin Lawrence "Law" Aritao (39) about their upbringing, important life experiences, and how they came to be lawyers working to advance equity in the world.

Patricia Metcalf and Mary Collet

Colleagues Patricia "Pat" Metcalf (66) and Mary "Cathy" Collet [no age given] talk about their experiences caregiving for loved ones with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) and their advocacy work with I AM ALS.

Philip Hoover and Joy Hoover

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.