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Quincy Wilson – Variation En Hue

Quincy Wilson, a fifteen year old at Vestavia Hills High School, is the founder of Variation En Hue — a project focused on providing dance wear for all shades and tones. Watch the interview to hear about the initiative and how Quincy is continuing to shape the culture in the community and in the world […]

Drum Majors For Justice – Interview With Attorney Benjamin Crump and Attorney Rodney Barganier

Two powerful attorneys — Benjamin Crump, a renowned civil rights lawyer, and Rodney Barganier, a plaintiff’s attorney and past president of the Alabama Lawyers Association — discuss strategies for achieving a just and equitable society through the law. To view more from Attorney Barganier, follow him on IG @attorneybarganier and visit his website www.barganierlaw.net Also, […]

Our Mental Health Matters

In light of ongoing social unrest related to racial injustices and the increasing amount of COVID-19 cases throughout our country, many are feeling anxious, overwhelmed, stressed and frustrated. Kierston Withrow of the Crisis Center, a non-profit dedicated to supporting the mental health needs of people in crisis, discusses the importance of our mental health. To […]

Malcolm Walker – Behind His Lens

Filmmaker Malcolm Walker, an incoming freshman at New York University and an Atlanta native, is continuing to shape the culture through his view of the world and through his artistic lens. Watch the interview to hear more from Malcolm on culture, film and what’s coming next.

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