Bobby Green — President of the Doña Ana chapter of the NAACP, professor at NMSU and CUNY, and conductor of the NMSU Gospel Choir — discusses her experiences and spiritual beliefs as an African-American woman growing up in Las Cruces and working (in Seattle) for HighTech in the early days of that industry.
Stuart Kelter interviews Ramesh Chinnasamy about his Hindu and Indian religious and cultural heritage.
Stuart Kelter interviews Carlos Aceves, the founder of the Xinachtli Project (Germinating Seed), which introduces Meso-American culture (indigenous to Mexico) to the students of the Raices del Saber (Roots of Knowledge) Charter School.
Stuart Kelter interviews Tony Grenko about his philosophical views of and personal, spiritual experiences with hallucinogens and shamans.
Stuart Kelter interviews NMSU professor, Jennifer Noonan about the philosophy of religion.
Stuart Kelter interviews Lennie Brown about her experiences as a hospice nurse.
Stuart Kelter interviews David Smith about his journey from a highly religious worldview to what was for him a radically new way of relating to life and the world.
Stuart Kelter interviews Rabbi Gilah Langner about the history and trends of liberal Judaism.
Stuart Kelter interviews Bishop Emeritus, Ricardo Ramirez, about his experiences as one of the first Latino-American bishops in the Catholic Church
Stuart Kelter interviews NMSU Anthropology Professor Emerita, Christine Eber, about the spirituality, culture, and history of the women of Chiapas, as depicted in her award-winning debut novel, When a Woman Rises.