OUT HERE is a folklore series determined to bring America together. It's a love letter to people whose voices deserve to be heard.
Khadega Mohammed from Canton, Michigan
Khadega Mohammed is a prolific young voice, and in this episode she reflects on her life as a Black Sudanese Muslim immigrant, community organizer and spoken word artist.
Xavier and Brian Oglesby from Beckley, West Virginia
Xavier and Brian Oglesby are two brothers with a tight bond. They share vivid memories and compelling observations from their experiences as Black people in a predominately white state.
Angelo McHorse from Taos, New Mexico
Angelo talks about his passion for agriculture, elder wisdom, sustainable business and the Taos Pueblo way of life.
Racquelle Trammell from Highland Park, Michigan
Racquelle Trammell shares experiences from her life as a Black trans activist, mother, and visionary.
Shannon Kane from Huntington, West Virgnia
Shannon Kane talks about confronting stereotypes, her tight bond with nature and how she overcame drug addiction.
Lorene Willis from Dulce, New Mexico
Lorene Willis shares her journey of becoming a Jicarilla Apache woman and life on the reservation.
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Thank you! I've been waiting for someone to do this. Just real people, their life and stories. Getting to know ourselves. Loving is living.
unadulterated access to powerful voices
the host has an innate ability to patiently listen & allows the voices of the subject to carry the story. we get to hear the love of their community that is often publicly muted these days.
Important for the culture
The oral history of marginalized people that we all didn’t know we needed!!