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Ruhama Lamure and Pete Anders

Ruhama Lamure (23) chats with her mentor, Pete Anders (56), about her hopes for her new career, what it means to be an officer in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, and how the police force can attract more women and people of color.

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Amber Booth-McCoy and Donald Wood

Colleagues Amber Booth-McCoy (35) and Donald Wood (43) share a conversation about race, equity, and identity, and about what they have learned from one another and how they have grown as a result of their friendship and their working relationship...

Marching for Black lives: a conversation with my 8 year old son

Theodore and his mother Colleen talk about attending marches in support of Black rights in the wake of George Floyd’s murder.

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Fallou Ngom and Stephanie Ngom

Stephanie Ngom (45) talks with her husband, Fallou Ngom (50), about his experiences in the United States after moving to the US from Senegal at age 25.

Listen to a Fifth Grader Reflect on Equality and Equity
September 4, 2020 App Interview

Hear a ten year old think through the racial justice conversation of 2020.

Social Justice – Our Voices Matter – Carl Coulanges

Carl Coulanges talks with his colleague, Gayle Sheridan about coping with the brutal murder of George Floyd at the hands of law enforcement.

Social Justice – Our Voices Matter – Massiel Calderon

Inspiring change through conversation. In the aftermath of the brutal murder of George Floyd, at the hands of law enforcement, we are launching a new interview-based collection of stories where members can share their personal experiences in coping with such...