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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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Eddie S. Pierce Jr. received his Master's of Fine Arts in Creative Writing degree from Chicago State University, home of the world-renowned Gwendolyn Brooks Writing Center. Ten years ago he began Rainbow Room Publishing LLC, not just... more

Erica Monique Evans is originally from Cincinnati, Ohio but now calls Dallas Texas home. Throughout her career, Monique has obtained industry experience in various financial lines of business She is an Advisor on the Gender Identity and... more

Biodun Abudu was born in Rhode Island but comes from a Nigerian background. This entrepreneur, artist, designer, and author currently calls Manhattan home after spending several years in Chicago. His paintings feature his love... more

Dr. Remolia Simpson has a passion for the welfare of veterans and travel. Both came as a result of her time in the military. She channels her concern for the welfare of veterans through her nonprofit organization – My Brothers... more

Even before formally joining the staff of Miracle of Love as outreach coordinator, Mulan Montrese Williams was working with Orlando's Transgender community. She opened her home as a safe-haven to trans sex workers, offering them... more

Whether it is through the non-profit "The Gentlemen's Foundation", their restaurant "Virgil's Gullah Kitchen & Bar" or visibility in the community Juan Smalls with his husband Gee are on a mission to give back to their community.... more

Annamaria Salley had a vision in which she saw herself massaging someone in her backyard underneath a cabana with flowing white sheets. The massage table was covered in white sheets. She was wearing all white. She woke up and... more

Karen Kendra Holmes has been showing up and making a difference in her community not just as a member of the transgender community but most of her life. Being of service to others is just what she does! When not speaking... more

Chadra Pittman is the perfect bridge between our celebration of Black History in February and our celebration of women's history in March. As a former Public Educator for the NY African Burial Ground Project and Creator of an Ancestral... more

Allener M. Baker-Rogers co-authored with Fasaha Traylor the book ?They Carried Us: The Social Impact of Philadelphia's Black Women Leaders.? The book follows the lives of 95 black women from 17th century Philadelphia to the present.... more

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