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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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Emme Zanotti moved from Michigan's city on the bay, Bay City, to southeast Michigan stepping out and stepping up as a DE&I specialist, community advocate, and political activist. After reaching out to Stand For Trans as a resource and... more

Roland Leggett is smart, strategic, politically savvy, and a nationally recognized movement leader He's worked as an organizer with the Obama for America campaign, with the Detroit Branch of the ACLU, Equality Michigan, Michigan... more

Tracee McDaniel's personal motto is ?Show up and participate for equality.? She was the first trans person to deliver the keynote speech at the annual Martin Luther King, Jr. birthday celebration march and rally. Tracee marched in... more

Originally from New Jersey Peirrce ?Peach? McCoy now calls Delaware home. She is the LGBTQ Chair for the Central Delaware NAACP. She not only has a seat at the table, but she wrote the ?menu? personally writing and delivering to... more

Bayard Rustin was an African American leader in social justice movements for civil rights, nonviolence, and gay rights. He worked with on the March on Washington in 1941, to press for an end to racial discrimination in employment.... more

Steph Turner identifies as a trans-spirit individual who is grounded in her own Native American heritage. After coming out in 1993 as transgender, she learned firsthand about needs when she was falsely accused and incarcerated for a... more

Kim Ford is one of those people who always has something to say that is informative, inspirational, and transformative changes. She co-founded Kitchen Table Giving Circle. The non-profit provided philanthropic support... more

As we celebrate and thank our veterans for their service this Veterans Day it is so appropriate that we catch up with past guest and US Air Force Veteran Vanessa Sheridan. So much has happened since we last spoke with our guest Vanessa... more

Nina Kennedy is one of those people that the more you know about her, the more you want to know. Our interview about her book ?Practicing For Love: A Memoir? opened the door and today we delve deeper. Nina is intersectionality – a... more

As the season changes from summer to fall, and we transition into the year-end season of giving here's a playlist of interviews curated from past guests of organizations worthy of your consideration for support with a donation or even... more

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