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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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Tarik Daniels is founder and executive director of Austin-based What's in the Mirror - a social movement committed to bringing suicide and mental health awareness and prevention through art and advocacy in minority communities.... more

Scott Ellis began as volunteer just wanting to help organize the great lakes bay area LGBTQIA+ community's pride events. Today he is the executive director of the Great Lakes Bay Pride. Great Lakes Bay Pride (formerly known as... more

You don't have to go into the old record vault and listen to Margaret Whiting's song to have those "Those far away places with the strange-sounding names " call you. Just tune in here and listen to our latest conversation with The Black... more

We first met at a past Esteem Award in Chicago. Ken Mejia Beal was a guest that year. This year he is receiving the award for Chicago's Outstanding Service - Male. Ken is a community organizer and Chair of the DuPage... more

May is Lupus Awareness Month and we are honored to celebrate another Lupus Warrior. Diagnosed at age 19, Christina Hayes has more than survived her diagnosis but thrived becoming an advocate not only for other Lupus Warriors... more

It should come as no surprise that young people given life without the possibility of parole sentences have been disproportionately Black and Brown. James Windell, the author of Sentencing Youth to Life in Prison: Justice Denied is an... more

Born and raised in New Orleans, LA Dr, Enchante Franklin is a Forensic Social Work Consultant, Community Advocate, and Author. She is dedicated to the art of prose, storytelling, and poetry through the lens of resilience. ´She served... more

At the tender age of ten, Mike Henderson first felt the urge to explore. Charting excursions on a city map each weekend got on the bus and explored another section of Los Angeles. On family vacations, he would hike and camp while... more

Attending the annual Creating Change Conference has been a rite of passage for LGBTQ activists for over 30 years, We would come together, share ideas, make new friends, catch up with old friends and even find love. What's happened to... more

?Alabama Grandson began as a series of letters Rev, Cedrick Bridgeforth wrote to his maternal grandmother. Although she died in 1989, Bridgeforth has fond and profound memories of her presence, the aromas in her kitchen, and the life... more

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