The Mysterious White-haired Man

Young Aaron interviews her Grandfather on the night before he leaves to go home in California. The two share some laughs over his children and Aaron's father. They get a bit emotional over his time in the military and the...

Open Conversations to End Racism in America: Columbus Mitchell

Mr.Mitchell is a native of Selma,Alabama who sells T-Shirts and books to Selma’s visitors. He uses his profits to support education of local kids.

“It’s always good to have a buddy that you can talk to.”

Danny McWilliams is a veteran officer with the police department in Baytown, Texas. When he's not in that role serving the community, Danny keeps busy training dogs. Earlier this year, he started The Thin Blue Line Dog Project to help...

Common Ground Tacony: Troy Part II

Troy and I sit and interview as the Black Lives Matter for vigil gets underway one short block from Sawtown Tavern. A peaceful demonstration is about to begin as Troy and I discuss how Sawtown is intent on creating a...

An Interview with my mother

An interview with my mom the state trooper

Interview with George Merkel; Coach and Cheif of Police

My Interview with George Merkel, a former Army guardsman and current Cheif of Police in Vergennes Vermont. He is also my Lineman Coach for football.

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Beth Markley and Jim Barclay

Beth Markley (51) helps her uncle Jim Barclay (80) remember his father and her grandfather, a police officer and former security manager at Camp Minidoka- a Japanese internment camp and the impact it had on his life.

Mr. Gordon

Gordon Schluderberg, retiree of the Baltimore City Police Department, shares his story involving politics in the police force, the Black Lives Matter movement, and how America can overcome their mistrust in the police.

Emily Kizer’s grandpa, Don, tells what life was like in Texas in the late 20th century

In this interview, conducted in 2017 in Fort Worth, Texas, Emily Kizer (14) interviews her grandpa, Don Kizer (67), about his childhood and family life. Mr. Kizer shared what life was like during the Civil Rights Movement and the Vietnam...

Papa and Hannah

The 80 years through faith, life, marriage, raising kids, marine corps, Law enforcement a good life

Aunt Wanda (sibling number #8)

My Aunt wanda had a few choice words for the tourists flooding Floridas beaches, Governor DeSantis and Donald Trump. When it comes to the virus she refuses to go down without a fight. Aunt Wanda has entered "Walking Dead Mode"...

Heidi Onion for Stonewall OutLoud, Part 1

Heidi talks about growing up, feeling like she always had a “boy’s brain,” her first love, coming out in her 20s, and becoming a police officer and self defense instructor.

“You can be a man of integrity and work at the county dump”

Bill Hicks talks about joining the Arlington County police department years after almost being killed by a police officer for attempting to help black voters in Georgia register to vote during the civil rights movement summer of 1967.

An officers view of a DWI case

My name is Eduardo Galvan, I am interviewing my father, Andres Rodriguez, a police officer of the city police department, to gain a better idea of the issue of DWI as well as to understand his story as he was...

My Grandpa and i

In this video my grandfather describes his work as a police officer and as a security guard for Hunterdon Central Regional Highschool. He tells us about his highs and lows of being a police officer.

Interviewing a first respoder

I interview a close friend about his time in the military and police

Ronnie freole

Interview with an ex Suffolk cop