ddv001313
51:20
Richard Burns and Bill Goldstein

Bill Goldstein (61) interviews his friend Richard Burns (66) on his experiences during the AIDS epidemic having been apart of several advocacy, legal, and political groups providing protections to the queer community.

chi003507
42:24
Frenda Rodgers, Mercedes Pickett, and Charles Pickett

Siblings Mercedes Pickett (29) and Charles Pickett (25) interview their mentor and colleague Frenda Rodgers (42) about her journey as a community educator and mentor for Chicago's youth. Frenda also shares her experience at Chicago Public Schools, and her inspirations...

mby021294
37:39
Delaitre Jordan Hollinger and Jacqueline Yvonne Perkins

Friends, colleagues, and partners in "good trouble," Delaitre Jordan Hollinger [no age given] and Jacqueline Yvonne Perkins (64), sit down for a conversation about their family history, their current projects, and the importance of preserving African American history.

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34:52
Nausheen Rajan and Andrew McDonald

Nausheen Najan (27) is interviewed by her colleague and friend Andrew McDonald (25) about growing up in Florida, her parents' migration journey, being a graduate student at Princeton, the impostor syndrome, and her work as cofounder of Ismailis Rise Up.

GREG HELSMOORTEL

All his life, he has been front and center in this community. After 16 years in office as Town Supervisor, Greg Helsmoortel has decided to slow down and retire. As a community-oriented leader, his goal has always been to push...

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34:02
Jose Carrillo-Castro and Audrey Faunce

Jose Carrio-Castro (26) is interviewed by his wife Audrey Faunce (26). They speak about Jose, who is currently in med school, and his journey as an undocumented immigrant from Peru, to becoming a doctor, and the barriers that he has...

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46:06
Constance Dyson and Andre Johnson

Rev. Dr. Andre E. Johnson (54) interviewed by National Civil Rights Museum employee Constance Dyson (54) about growing up in North Memphis, participating in the Boy's Club as a kid, his social justice work in the Memphis community, his call...

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42:02
Kimberly Bernard and Darwensi Clark

Darwensi Clark (42) speaks to writer, organizer, activist, and mother Kimberly Bernard (31) on her involvement in the Black Lives Matter movement.

mby021182
22:01
Darius Prather and Leah Prather

Spouses, Darius Prather (35) and Leah Prather (27), discuss the work they do as community activists in their home city, Columbus, GA, the changes Columbus is undergoing, and the better future that they hope to help create for their four...

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38:44
Usman Mahmood and Zainab Khan

Zainab Khan (37) interviews her mentee Usman Mahmood (21) about growing up in Karachi, Pakistan, moving to Texas, civic engagement in the South Asian communities, the Muslim-American identity, and the next generation of community activists.

LANNY WALTER

“It’s my nature to be involved. I’m always up for a good challenge.” If there is a worthwhile cause in the town of Saugerties, Lanny Walter will get involved. Emerging from an activist family, it was a natural move for...

Lisa Woolfork and Kendall King

[Recorded: Thursday, July 21, 2022] Lisa Woolfork (52) and Kendall King (25) have a One Small Step conversation in Charlottesville, Virginia. Both Lisa and Kendall have been active in the fight for racial justice in Charlottesville, and in this conversation,...

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38:09
Michelle Hayes and Barbara Hayes

Michelle Hayes (46) talks to her mother Barbara Hayes (73) about her life as a mother, wife, activist, educator and living through the pandemic in 2020.