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Friends Patricia Caulton (70) and Yvonne Walton (71) share life lessons and talk about their friendship, their community, and their connection to God.
Douglas "Doug" O'Neill [no age given] and One Small Step partner, Susan Czyrny [no age given] discuss political values, their respective degrees in Sociology and Creative Studies, and their function within their career, mental health, importance of education and elders...
In this interview my mother and I talk about her childhood years as well as an important person in her life who’s lived through five generations. It’s a comedic interview, with very real answers.
Eileen is a vibrant woman who continues to live her life to the fullest without any fear of her age!
Barbara talks about her experience working in hospitals where gender confirmation surgery was conducted, developing community, and advice for young queer people
Memories of lesbian life of an 82 year old in honor of the 50th Anniversary of the Stonewall riot
Zandra Campbell (38) interviews Darnyle K. Wharton (50) about his work with Baltimore Ceasefire, and the creative and loving work happening in Baltimore as a reflection of residents' desire and dedication to heal the city and community from violence and...
Growing up in Kasigluk, Alaska & navigating today.
Ann Colbert lives at 601 So. Woodlawn the same house that she visited as a young girl traveling from Paoli, IN to visit her grand parents in Bloomington Indiana. Let's listen as Ann recall her determination to buy her grand...
Ashley & JP have a conversation about the Aloha spirit, people of Hawaii, and what it means to "talk story" sharing ourselves, the importance of honoring a people's culture with respect, living our values, being in good company with each...
Friends Sue Katz (73) and Bren Cole (36) share a conversation about their friendship, about how they first met, and about the differences of their experiences coming out and navigating their identities given their difference in age.
Earl, (77) and his grand daughter Addie, (12) sit down and have a meaningful conversation to get to know "Epa" better.
Gaby, Glenn and Eva tell one of the funniest stories they can remember.