What was a pivotal moment in their lives that led them to their current work? What are the biggest inequities they see in Richmond? What is their vision for racial equity in Richmond? What are a few things we can do to move towards their vision?
Activist Duron Chavis chats with Pastor Don Coleman about his years of history and work in the East End of Richmond, his perspectives on racial equity, and his excitement about what we can accomplish in the future.
Activist Duron Chavis chats with Carolyn Loftin, Director of Housing and Family Services at Urban Hope, an affordable housing non-profit in Richmond's East End. Carolyn shares her personal and professional perspectives on racial equity as it relates to housing and financial literacy.
Activist and urban farmer Duron Chavis chats with Elaine Williams, Director of RVA Thrives, to discuss building community, identity, and equity in Richmond.
Activist and urban farmer Duron Chavis chats with Iman Shabazz, CEO and founder of Maximum Impact, LLC, about community organizing, dismantling systemic racism, and liberation for Black people.
Levar Stoney and Ellen Robertson
Activist and urban farmer Duron Chavis chats with Mayor Levar Stoney and Councilwoman Ellen Robertson about what led them to their public service, the future of equity in Richmond, and how to deal with challenges to racial inequity in Richmond today.
Activist and urban farmer Duron Chavis chats with Kim Young, Director of Family & Community Engagement of Peter Paul Development Center, on increasing the visibility of, eliminating barriers to the dreams and aspirations of, and creating pathways of opportunity for Black youth.
Activist, urban farmer, and Happily Natural Day Executive Director Duron Chavis discusses his passion for food justice and the need for Black land ownership if we are to achieve true justice and liberation.