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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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Renae Taylor is an African American, disabled, nonbinary trans organizer. Born in Tupelo MS her current home base is in Memphis, TN where they are Assistant Program Manager at We Care TN. She uses they and she as pronouns. Renae... more

Walter Naegle, the surviving partner of the late American Civil Rights leader and the executive director of the Bayard Rustin Fund joins us to talk about the LGBTQ, civil rights and human rights icon. On March 17th we celebrate the birth... more

On Saturday February 25th Rethink the Narrative The Esteem Awards presented Artists in the Afternoon – Beyond Publishing. One of the panelist from that event was Tom Logan. Tom Logan is the CEO of Ebanman. EBANMAN... more

On Saturday February 25th Rethink the Narrative and The Esteem Awards present Artists in the Afternoon – Beyond Publishing.On this broadcast are the phenomenal gentlemen behind this event Author and Publisher, Dr.... more

Kylar Broadus is a true warrior for equality, civil rights, the LBTQ community in general but especially Transgender individuals from communities of color. This attorney, long-time activist, public speaker, author and professor is a... more

Professor Mike Whitty is a futurist and researcher on trends in politics, culture & rebuilding community. He has given seminars on the future of Detroit, human unity, unity and diversity, tolerance and civility. He brings his unique lens to the... more

Born in Vidalia Georgia, Ericka Blount began pursuing greatness from the start. Her hard work and dedication earned her two full athletic scholarships to Savannah State University for both basketball and volleyball which allowed her... more

Damon Percy is a self-proclaimed author, activist, cultural critic, mentor, poet, publicist and Proud Sexy Nerd is a Detroit original. He received his nickname ?Magic? from membership in Detroit's ballroom community and the name, which... more

Organizers of Atlanta's Black Pride Weekend proudly boasts it is the largest Black pride in the country with day and night parties and over 25 events that are open to all. Taking place over the Labor Day weekend its a great way to close out the... more

Jeffrey Glen Cross is a Detroit original. Growing up on Detroit's east side he attended Finney high school then went on to attend Wayne State University where he studied business management and at the International Academy of... more

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