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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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Kylar W. Broadus is an attorney, activist, public speaker, and former professor. He is the founder of the Trans People of Color Coalition (TPOCC). Trans People of Color Coalition exists to advance justice for all trans people of color... more

Karren Kendra Holmes is a Transgender Activist. Community Service has been a big part of her life before and after her transition to living her authentic life as a woman. She's a member of The Maryland Defense Force, a volunteer military... more

Originally from Detroit, MI Charzette has been recognized for her positive portrayals of people whom mainstream media has tried to marginalize. . She received her B.F.A in Fine Art Photography from the College for Creative... more

Moon OneLuv is a Detroit original – an African American vocalist, actress, storyteller, and Trans Activist. Born Erica Shantel Carter, she has a unique sound drawing from personal experience and blending an extremely visual appearance... more

What does the A stand for in your LGBTQA community? For Nathan William Brown it can stand for Ability or Asexuality and Ally. Nathan is a peer mentor in the community mental health field. Being a peer mentor is a lot different... more

Phoebe Hopps became an accidental activist, tiptoeing into politics after the 2016 presidential election by simply creating a website for Michigan women interested in attending the Women's March on Washington. Originally from... more

Roland Leggett is smart, strategic, politically savvy, suave and oh so dapper. This nationally recognized movement leader joins Collections by Michelle Brown-Blog Radio on Thursday, January 10th to share his over two decades of social justice... more

Kim has over 20 years' experience working with grassroots, community-based, and national nonprofit organizations. Her work has been intergenerational. She's been engaged with the Third Wave Fund ensuring young women, queer, and... more

The National Conference for LGBT Equality: Creating Change is the premier annual event of the National LGBTQ Task Force. Creating Change was started in 1988, one year after the 1987 National March on Washington for Lesbian... more

Michelle Regalado Deatrick is a poet, a community advocate and an elected official. She lives with her family on an 80-acre farm in southeast Michigan, where she cares for a large organic garden, an orchard and a 20-acre native prairie... more

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