Stories from the Stage
Good Kind of Trouble
The late John Lewis took pride in creating “good trouble” and standing up against unfair laws and power structures. Storytellers share their stories of their own “good trouble.” Native American Maulian Dana fights to ban "Indian" mascots in Maine schools; Ronald Smith stands up for his integrated marriage; and Dr. Wanda Castro-Borrero’s boss pushes back against patients who don’t want to see her because of her last name. Three stories, three interpretations of GOOD KIND OF TROUBLE, hosted by Theresa Okokon.
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