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George-Henry Hastie and Susan Trotz

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...

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Skip Schiel, Josephine Schiele, and Katy Downey

Josephine Schiele (53) and Katy Downey (50) talk with their father, Skip Schiel (80), about what led him to move to Boston in the 1960s, his activism during the Vietnam War, his interest in cooperative living, and his work as...

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Angela Mayfield and Jonathan Mayfield

Jonathan Mayfield (43) and his wife Angela Mayfield (41) talk about their relationship with special focus on how they met before they first met.

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Robin Stein and Hanni Myers

Robin Stein (67) interviews her friend Hanni Myers (90) about her experiences growing up in Austria during the second World War, her family's escape to the states, and her experiences learning, traveling, and building intergenerational relationships in the U.S. and...

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Lydia Weiss and Kyle Holsinger-Johnson

Lydia Weiss (33) and Kyle Holsinger-Johnson (36) discuss childhood memories and experiences, identity, love, and navigating life. They talk about their relationship with one another and how it started, as well as their personal growth and proudest moments.

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Eva Ho and Trevor Peterson

Eva Ho (48) talks with her friend, Trevor Peterson (47) about her life - her early years, first in Mozambique, then in Boston, and her journey to her current work in tech. She also reflects on her philanthropy, and her...

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Karim Nagi and Indrany Datta-Barua

Karim Nagi (49) talks to his wife, Indrany Datta-Barua (37), about his spirituality, identity, and his work as a musician, performer, and educator of Arabic music, dance, and culture.

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Dowin Boatright and Cecil Webster

Dr. Cecil Webster (38) talks to his friend Dr. Dowin Boatright (39) about their memories of Morehouse College and Baylor University Medical School, about racism in Medical Education, and about being Black doctors at Ivy League institutions.

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Emma Trayte and David Trayte

Emma Trayte (24) interviews her father, David Trayte (67), about his childhood memories and his experience immigrating from Scotland to the United States with his mother in 1959.

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Susan Miller-Josselyn and Keith Josselyn

Susan Miller-Josselyn (46) talks with her husband Keith Josselyn (51) about his upbringing and his relationship with his grandmother, Carol.