In My Humble Opinion
2 months ago

E6 First Person Charlottesville - Marian Dixon

A Story of Resilience and Hope in the Face of Grief

3 months ago

First Person Cville | Marian Dixon - Ep. 6 Audiogram

Marian Dixon: A Story of Resilience and Hope in the Face of Grief

7 months ago

E5 First Person Charlottesville - Marley Nichelle

Welcome to First Person Cville, the podcast. Marley Nichelle wanted to “create a narrative of liberation and healing for communities of blackness by showing them power through language and visual arts.” And they called the series: “No, We Are Not Oppressed.”

8 months ago

First PERSON CVILLE | MARLEY NICHELLE - Ep. 5 Audiogram

Marley Nichelle wanted to “create a narrative of liberation and healing for communities of blackness by showing them power through language and visual arts.” And they called the series: “No, We Are Not Oppressed.”

8 months ago

E4 First Person Charlottesville - India Sims

India Sims, author of: “India Sims can do everything you can do — just sitting down.” India describes herself as “a woman in a wheelchair” and she wants you to know that she can speak for herself.

9 months ago

First PERSON CVILLE | INDIA SIMS - Ep. 4 Audiogram

India Sims, author of: “India Sims can do everything you can do — just sitting down.”

10 months ago

E3 First Person Charlottesville - Charley Burton

Trans Advocate Charley Burton, author of: “He used to sneak to the back of the library to learn about who he was. Now, this trans advocate has his own book.”

11 months ago

First PERSON CVILLE | CHARLEY BURTON - Ep. 3 Audiogram

Trans advocate Charley Burton, author of: “He used to sneak to the back of the library to learn about who he was. Now, this trans advocate has his own book.”

1 year ago

E2 First Person Charlottesville - Chef Antwon Brinson

"You Get What You Focus on, Antwon Brinson's Vision of Using Food to Build Community" #culinaryconcepts_ab #buffalo #thebigbrunch