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Collections by Michelle Brown

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An internet radio show about people living in between the lines, standing boldly in the crosshairs of their intersectionality as they create change.

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Originally from Chicago, as a youth, L. Michael Gipson lived briefly in Wiesbaden, Germany, where he excelled as an honor student. After returning to the United States when he was 16, Gipson came out to his family and was subsequently... more

April is National Poetry Month. It was established in 1996 as a way to increase awareness and appreciation of poetry in the United States. In a special crossover event Collections .and SAGE Metro Detroit team up to close out National... more

Chief Activist of the Bayard Rustin Center for Social Justice Robt Seda-Schrieber continues to find ways to serve the LGBTQ community. Like many nonprofits during these days of social-distancing, quarantines, and shutdowns the Center... more

Elizabeth Crenshaw returns to talk about life in Pontiac today as a journalist, community activist, and owner of Yaktown Yoga. In this ?new normal? we may find ourselves experiencing a whirlwind of emotions: fear,... more

In this time of COVID-19 the Mayor of Ypsilanti Michigan Beth Bashert wears many hats. She is a longtime community activist, a parent/grandparent, and spouse of Lisa Marshall Bashert. She is an out and proud leader in the... more

As a Health Wellness Advocate / Transformational Coach Kim Ford uses her fitness journey to assist and motivate others to find body and soul balance. Kim believes that we already have everything we need to get to live our life with... more

Johnson calls both Saginaw and Kalamazoo, Michigan home. She has been a public scholar teaching at Grand Valley State University, Michigan State University, Saginaw Valley State University and the University of... more

Famika Edmond is a Senior Public Health Educator for the HIV/STI Prevention Division of Detroit Health Department. As a child, her mother brought Famika and her siblings to Michigan from New York. When her family found themselves... more

Dree Cooper's hood feminism is a throwback to a very old concept in the black community when women not only raised their families, they nourished entire ecosystems of neighbors and kin. She makes her home in an area of Detroit... more

Danielle Hall aka Passion the Lioness. Danielle is a poet, Model, Actress, and Mentor. Through her poetry and work as a model/actress, she empowers women to love themselves just as they are. Passion the Lioness pushes back... more

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