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Naomi Love (27) interviews Ennio Garcia-Miera [no age given] about his identity and experience as a Latino, his New Mexican roots, and his 1519 project, which reflects on when Hernán Cortés came to North America.
Kenyatta Bakeer (50) interviews her father, Donald Bakeer (77), about meeting and falling in love with her mother, his work organizing for Black liberation, and his writing.
Marla Barthen (50) shares a conversation with her mentee, Madeline Carpenter (20), about the women’s rights movement and what people of different generations can contribute to that movement.
Friends George-Henry Hastie (51) and Susan Trotz (63) discuss the origins of the Boston Dyke March, their involvement in its creation, and how it has evolved over time. They talk about their histories of activism in the LGBTQ+ community, and...
Friends Dori Gilels (51), Colby Nielsen (30), and Anya Vasquez (38) discuss the meaning of Mountain Home Montana in their lives, as well as Covid-19, parenting and their community.
Huiying B. Chan (25) talks with their friend Tara Mei Smith [no age given] about home, family history, and remembering for their future generations.
Susan Amussen (65) interviews her mother Diane Amussen (89) about her community organizing and activism roots.
Two hotel union organizers talk about what they’re learned from organizing
Emily Drabinski, a librarian and organizer at Long Island University (LIU), speaks with her partner Karen Miller, a teacher and organizer LaGuardia Community College (LGCC). Emily and Karen share the lessons they've learned from organizing and being involved with unions.
MoMA employee Athena Holbrook and union organizer Maida Rosenstein speak about their experiences with P.A.S.T.A/MoMA Local 2110 past and present.