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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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Part One of our interview with Victor Salvo, cofounder and executive director of Chicago's Legacy Project. THE LEGACY PROJECT was inspired the first time the Names Project AIDS Memorial Quilt was shown at the National March on... more

The original idea was to organize a party that would promote the annual pride exhibit for Casa Frela Art Gallery. Carmen Neely with Lawrence Rodriguez built that original idea into what would later be called ?Harlem Pride.? As the idea... more

In the greater metropolitan Atlanta area, there are about six or seven Unitarian Universalist congregation, but they are all in predominantly white areas of town. In 2018, Rev. Duncan E. Teague with others committed to moving forward... more

The book ?Women Rapping Revolution: Hip Hop Community Building in Detroit? is described as an attempt to illuminate the important role that women have played in mobilizing a grassroots response to political and social pressures at... more

Right about now, each year metro-Detroit's LGBTQ community is getting ready to celebrate PRIDE. Ferndale PRIDE usually kicks things off, but this year because of the COVID-19 pandemic Ferndale Pride has tentatively been rescheduled... more

Because of the COVID-19 pandemic Lupus Detroit's main fundraising events – The Lupus Detroit Brunch in May and the Walk for Warriors in the fall have been canceled but the work continues. Sharon Harris, Lupus Detroit... more

Tameka Ramsey is the owner and principal associate at T Ramsey and Associates. She's also a mother and grandmother. Her eldest is an essential worker who with his wife are on the frontline during this COVID-19 epidemic. At... more

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

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