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Fred Gonzalez, Jr., 27, and Alex Leguillow, 63, remember Alex’s nephew and Fred’s brother Nestor A. Cintron III, a Cantor Fitzgerald broker who was killed on September 11, 2001 in the World Trade Center attacks.
Michael Loman (51), also known as "Indian Elvis," and his producer, Norris Streetman (65), share a conversation about Michael's upbringing, his Indigenous identity, his experiences in the entertainment industry, his goals, and the wisdom he lives by.
Joe Brettillo (50) and One Small Step partner Carlos Kyles (37) about their experiences feeling ostracized from their communities, influential family members, and their spirituality.
Rowan Whailan (24) talks with his aunt, Glenny Brock (38), about marriage, being transgender, his academic journey, and his identity.
Achebe Turner (72) and friend Omar Abd-el Aziz (77) share their lived experiences and how they overlap with their conversion to Islam.
Shamika Wilson (47) speaks with her friend Jill Henderson (57) about losing her son Draylen. Shamika shares memories of Draylen and reflects on the grieving process and the importance of having a support system.
Justin Clark’s instructor, Master Opal Harbert, shares her story. She explains how she got up to this point, how she progressed, and her tactics on teaching kids in need.
Starting of taking about his passion for martial arts, we transitioned into athlete safety and the harm of cutting weight
Darien interviews Sawyer and Susie about their experiences with martial arts.
Michelle Brenard, 62, tells facilitator Sarah Geis, 28, about the lesbian group she founded for women over 40 and her family.
One Small Step partners Kevin Perry (53) and Debra Holmes (66) talk about their experiences in martial arts and their views on politics.
Friends Marcus McDuffie (37), Jeff Vigil (47), and Naomi Love (27) discuss Jeff's career as a Brazilian jiu-jitsu instructor, the mentors he has had in his industry, and the life lessons jiu-jitsu has taught him.
In this interview I talk to my Uncle about his life as a child, his life serving in the special forces, and his life now. This interview shows how ones life as a child can make impacts on their beliefs...
When a young boy gets picked up at school by his granddad, he gets a wonderful, fun surprise.
Richard Sanford, III (52) and Emmanual Phillips (28) discuss growing up primarily with or without access to technology, the importance of surrounding oneself with people who think differently from each other, and the importance religious faith can play in working...
Camron Stephens (45) and his mother, Ann Stephens (77), speak about Camron's life before and after his traumatic brain injury. They discuss his childhood, the impactful people that have come into their lives, and the adventures he has had in...
Richard Erickson talks about his experiences with martial arts and soul searching