20 episodes

The struggle for marginalized Americans to gain their inalienable rights is cemented in our history and has always been met with fierce opposition. In this show we discuss the past, present, and future battle that those groups have faced. We hope to tell these stories through local voices from those marginalized communities who have faced discrimination and continue to battle it's evils.

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The struggle for marginalized Americans to gain their inalienable rights is cemented in our history and has always been met with fierce opposition. In this show we discuss the past, present, and future battle that those groups have faced. We hope to tell these stories through local voices from those marginalized communities who have faced discrimination and continue to battle it's evils.

    "They Die Alone", Caring For the Sick in the ICU with Paul Sharp

    "They Die Alone", Caring For the Sick in the ICU with Paul Sharp

    On the Pod this week, I talk to Paul Sharp, who is a Nurse Practitioner that went to New York during the beginning of the Pandemic and saw the horrors firsthand. We chat about what that experience was like for him and where Utah stands currently as our COVID numbers continue to rise at an alarming rate.

    • 56 min
    Transitioning with Khalil: Raising a Transgender Child with Danielle and EJ

    Transitioning with Khalil: Raising a Transgender Child with Danielle and EJ

    On the Pod today we have Ej and Danielle Nelson. They shared their story and experiences as they have gone through a transition with their son, Khalil. They have a lot to offer in this conversation. I look forward to you hearing the show and learning some things about the Trans community that you may not have known.

    • 54 min
    Small Town Dreamer with Alfredo Collom-Cruz

    Small Town Dreamer with Alfredo Collom-Cruz

    Kevin talks to Alfredo Collom-Cruz this week about being a Dreamer in Utah and his experience as a child being brought to a small rural town.

    • 50 min
    Surviving the COVID Crisis with Jake and Abbie

    Surviving the COVID Crisis with Jake and Abbie

    On the pod today, we talked with Abbie and Jake about their most recent encounter with COVID-19 and how it deeply impacted their family.

    • 58 min
    The Effects and Aftermath of Racism with Ashton Levier Gabrielsen

    The Effects and Aftermath of Racism with Ashton Levier Gabrielsen

    On the Pod, Kevin talks to Ashton Levier Gabrielsen. She brings a unique perspective on the subject of Racism. She grew up black in Louisiana and Texas. Ashton shares her personal experiences and personal stories from her upbringing.

    • 51 min
    The Things We Don't Talk About with Stacy Bernal

    The Things We Don't Talk About with Stacy Bernal

    This week on the Pod, I talked to Stacy Bernal. Stacy is an amazing author and also a motivational speaker. We talked about her new book "The Things We Don't Talk About" and how her life experiences really shaped her as a person.

    • 53 min

Customer Reviews

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15 Ratings

15 Ratings

WiiBuddy7 ,

Fantastic Thoughtful Engaging Content

This podcast appeals to everyone. Kevin does a great job of choosing guests that have a story worth hearing.

It will make you think and examine what you think you know and believe.

workin4change ,

Local dialog

Conversations like these can be found on a national level but hearing them from your own local community makes them all the more relevant and compelling.

OgdenGent ,

Much Needed Conversations in the Community

Kevin is doing a great job highlighting the people working on some of the most important issues in our community.

These conversations are engaging and worth the listen.

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