Arturo Jacobo discusses humanizing the freeway in our “People Making A Difference” series. He has written the book “Humanizing The Highway – A Case Study,”
Savannah Smith had experiences in Cameroon cut short by COVID-19. This is an important story for several reasons as explored in the interview.
Angeliina Lawson is the sole progressive on the Johnson County Community College Board of Trustees trying to be fiscally accountable and transparent.
Young activist, Brialle Ringer, a Living Room Conversations, Communications Partner, made me think. Pleasure activism is where it is at.
I interviewed Andrea Fernandez before she went on stage at the Unlock the Future rally in Houston sponsored by the NOW on immigration policy.
As I walked in between protest movements at the Democratic Debate at TSU. Patricia Esteves was giving away T-Shirts. Her T-Shirts say.
This white woman’s response to a black man who hijacked her card should present the template for the empathy we should have across the board.
Keshia is the activist who put her body between a mob and a KKK member who otherwise was going to get beaten to death. Sadly, she was unable to save her restaurant.
Our communities would do well having more people like Ashley Mosley. She stayed in community where many have left intentionally.