Live Who You Are: It’s a Process

Sandy discuses her experience coming out later in life after being in a straight marriage and how her world did and did not change during that transition, as well as the work she has done and currently does advocating on...

Mike Roche with Samuel Snodgrass for Stonewall OutLoud

Mike tells Sam about growing up Irish Catholic in Detroit, training to be a priest, coming to terms with his sexuality while in the church, and leading Dignity Detroit (a group for gay Catholics) in the early 70s. Mike describes...

Lucy Elam and Lindsey Scott for Stonewall OutLoud

Lucy tells Lindsey about growing up in Bloomington, Indiana, coming to terms with her sexuality, finding a lesbian community in college, facing discrimination at work, and campaigning for LGBT rights in the workplace. She also asks Lindsey about the concept...

Veronica (Ronnie) Drantz talks about the picketing of Astro Restaurant for Stonewall OutLoud

Ronnie covers everything from being outed in graduate school and helping to organize 9 day protest outside of the Astro Restaurant in Chicago to her current activism as a physiologist and educator.

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Tebabu Assefa and Busy Graham

Friends and fellow activists Tebabu Assefa (58) talks to Busy Graham(67) about growing up in Ethiopia, moving to Nairobi and his activism and commitment to activism.

Race, ethnicity, and politics: why they matter

An interview with my roommate, Amanda, where we discuss various topics related to race and politics, and why they matter

Moscow Food Co-op with Melinda Schab.

Established in 1974, the Moscow Food Co-op is a cooperatively-owned grocery store whose staff and owners are working together to nourish and nurture their community. As an advocate for Palouse producers and families affected by food insecurity, the Moscow Food...

Activism and Climate Change – Frack Free Denton

Adam Briggle talks about his participation in Frack Free Denton, when state legislation and corporations overturned local law, and his professional opinions on national environmental policy.

Keep on keepin' on

Before joining the group Moms Demand Action, my grandmother Beverly was a nurse for over 40 years. I asked her what it was like joining the Moms group and what it was like being a nurse from the 60s to...

Equality Through Education

Phyllis Wimberly ( My Grandmom ) spent her 40 year career as a Washington DC public school teacher integrating her AP English classes. As an activist and teacher her goal was to send kids to college that wouldn’t have otherwise...

Interview with a partner

This interview contained of questions that were related to the interviewer

Charlee Strangia

Bobbi Prebis a founding member of the mattichine society talks about her experience as an activist