We spend some time with two sisters who are advocating for fellow Black deaf academics.
Reporter/Producer: Marsha James, Camera: Philip Alexiou. ASLP Interpreters: Diana Markel, Kafi Lemons Bryant, JaRon Gilchrist
We go to a live concert where members of a regional orchestra perform before an outdoor audience after a long, pandemic-imposed break.
Producer: Marsha James, Reporter/Camera: Philip Alexiou Producer
Designer Manuel Cuevas talks to us about his life, his career and what makes his ‘one-of-a-kind’ clothes a hallmark of American fashion.
Reporter: Marsha James, Camera/Editor: Kaveh Rezai, Adapted by: Philip Alexiou
We visit a museum in Washington, DC where the power of words comes alive in high tech. With voice activated games and fun ways for kids to learn that words matter, literally.
Reporter/Producer: Marsha James, Camera/Editor: Philip Alexiou
We visit a "rage room" where built up frustrations can be released on unsuspecting objects.
Reporter: Marsha James, Camera/Editor: Philip Alexiou
Magician Randy Shine dazzles both the eye and mind of his audience. He tells us how this hobby turned into a career and the importance of using his platform to address social issues.
Reporter: Marsha James, Camera: Lisa Vohra, Video Editor: Philip Alexiou
We visit a program that introduces horse riding to those who might not otherwise get the opportunity. Reporter: Marsha James, Camera: Philip Alexiou, Editors: Philip Alexiou, Marsha James
Stand-up comedian Paul Kim makes a living telling jokes, but he also uses comedy as a tool to take on cultural stereotypes.
Executive Producer: Marsha James, Camera/Editor: Kaveh Rezaei
An inventor comes up with a temporary solution to people experiencing homelessness.
Executive Producer: Marsha James, Camera: Kaveh Rezaei, Editors: Kaveh Rezaei, Philip Alexiou
Two mothers of black children share their fears and pride of raising sons in America.
Reporter: Marsha James, Camera: Jeff Swicord, Producer: Jacquelyn De Phillips
A former police officer recalls the racism and sexism she endured during her law enforcement career.
Reporter: Marsha James
Camera/Editor: Gabrielle Weiss, Additional Camera: Virginia Gunawan
A professional truck driver keeps his rig and family on the straight and
narrow during the George Floyd protests and the pandemic. Reporter:
Marsha James, Camera/Editor: Martin Secrest
Toledo, Ohio, known as the City of Glass, is home to a museum dedicated to the art and craft of making glass.
Executive Producer: Marsha James, Camera: Kaveh Rezaei
A shrub that grows in the wild is the only caffeinated plant native to North America. Jason Ellis discovered how to make tea with it in the Native Americans tradition.
Executive Producer: Marsha James, Camera: Kaveh Rezaei, Adapted by: Philip Alexiou
Hungry Harvest founder believes having access to local, organic fruits and vegetables is often key to a nutritious diet
May Lee's family became the first Hmong farmers to be certified in organic farming in Minnesota. She and her daughter operates Mhonpaj’s Garden, which produces a variety of vegetables, bedding plants and herbs for the Minneapolis-St. Paul area.
May Lee is a certified organic farmer in Minnesota.
Jorge Yances has the creative ability to blend past and present, reality and fantasy to his paintings, telling stories that surround us all.
Jorges Yances art evokes a mysterious interplay between past and present, reality and fantasy a style called magical realism.
Juliana Desmond is a sculptor. She also has a passion for chocolate. During one of her many trips to Mexico, Desmond became inspired with the idea to shape and form chocolate that looks like art.