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Alcoholism and bipolar disorder and one lawyer's journey to stability.
Jacqueline Terrassa (48) and Mike Nourse (45) reflect on their roles as directors of education.
Xavier McElrath-Bey (43) and James Dold (36) reflect on their childhood and the people that helped them become the men they are today.
Edith Hirsch (100) talks with her friend, Arielle Lewis (28), about coming to the United States from Poland with her mother, growing up in the Roseland neighborhood on the South Side of Chicago, becoming a teacher and librarian, and her...
Sue Willard (64) and Jamilla Webb (33) talk about their nursing careers and the inspiration behind the work they do. SW gives advice to JW and JW shares a sad but uplifting experience with a client that motivates her to...
Don Stinson (35) has a conversation with his student Noah Riley (17) about their community in Joliet, Illinois, the role of music education, and their journey in the high school band.
Megan Grandstaff (35) and her colleague Becky Kidd (51) talk about their involvement as volunteer fixers at Community Glue Workshop, a free monthly community repair clinic in Chicago.
Ron Weinberg (71) talks with his wife Laura Weinberg (63) about both being cancer survivors and what life has been like since their last treatment.
Marjorie Fritz Birch (70) and her friend Ally Brisbin (34) talk about their involvement in Community Glue Workshop, a free monthly repair clinic in Chicago.
Anna Henschel (27) and her colleague Amy Little (62) have a conversation about their first bike, traveling adventures, and the community building and impact of Working Bikes.
Phyllis Brooks Toback (76) talks to new acquaintance, Kathy Bergen (66) about growing up in Brooklyn, marrying her high school sweetheart, her educational and career pursuits, the transformations of her work and spiritual beliefs throughout her life, her children, and...
Laura Donaldson (52) talks to fellow disability rights organizer, Cathleen O'Brien (31) about her experiences with housing instability in Chicago, her difficulty finding both affordable and accessible housing as a woman of color with a disability, Laura has Cerebral Palsy,...
Emmanuel Garcia (37) interviews his best friend Tania Cordova (50) about the challenges as a Trans Latinx woman. Tania also talks about her new project called "SER el cambio," a transitional housing center for theTrans community of Chicago.
Lois Friedberg-Dobry (94) talks to her caregiver, Demetria Smith (27), about growing up in Chicago, meeting her husband, Alan, the early years of their marriage, raising their two daughters in Hyde Park, and their involvement in Chicago politics.
Thais Carter (35) interviews her friend and colleague, Byron Martin (35), about his experiences in the black church community.
Christian Diaz (31) interviews his friend Ashley Galvan Ramos (20) about her activism in the Logan Square community. She also shares her family's story of displacement, and carrying on with the Chinelos' traditions.
Friends Corky Jones (84) and David Senter (67) talk about their decades of activism on behalf of American farms and farmers.
William Zapata (51) es entrevistado por Rebecca Sumner Burgos (48), coordinadora de enlaces comunitarios en La Casa Norte donde él recibe servicios sociales. William habla de su llegada a Estados Unidos de la República Dominicana, su crisis confrontando el alcoholismo...
Friends Jennifer DeLeon (43) and Rozella Haydee White (34) discuss how they became friends as members of a Lutheran church, and how faith and activism combine and manifest in their lives.
Advocate Christian Glennon (22) interviews Alejandro Monzon (26) about his effort to prevent a mass tenant eviction in Chicago. Autonomous Tenants Union (ATU) partnered with attorneys to rally, prevent increasing gentrification, empower families and Latino communities, and prevent discrimination.
Tabitha Jackson (36) has a conversation with her daughter Ayianna Jackson (19) about their lives after moving from Beloit to Chicago, and their new chapter getting their first home.
Ruth Rosas (30) talks to her friend and associate volunteer at Working Bikes Steve Irwin (60) about how they both started volunteering at Working Bikes. They both talk about the freedom of getting rid of cars and relying on their...
Marsha Music (62) tells Claire Nelson (40) the story of how her father's record store, a hallmark of the Detroit black music scene, was burned down during the 1967 rebellion.
Bob Cohen (91) is interviewed by his daughter Fawn Gottlieb (64) about growing up in the Bronx, NY, meeting his wife, working as a stand-up comedian, and his expectations of the future.
Lia Miller (22) talks to Tim Miller (56) about his experience in comedy.