Faren D'Abell is the creator and host of Our Truth, Today with Faren D'Abell. He is a proud Black man and a former NPR local news anchor and reporter, host of several syndicated national radio programs.
Tyra is a Black activist, educator and reporter for Our Truth, Today. She is based out of Los Angeles where she lives with her son. She is a regular prison in Facebook jail.
Capri is one of our reporters and voice talents. She is a proud Puerto Rican with interests in entertainment and hospitality. She is married with two sons and a daughter.
Maegen is a middle school librarian. She reviews books for School Library Journal and is a 2020/2021 Coretta Scott King Book Awards Juror.
Victor Ugoo Njoku
Victor is a Nigerian blogger who reports international news for Our Truth, Today. He is passionate about reading and writing.
Sonia Lewis, cousin of Stephon Clark and co-lead of Black Lives Matter Sacramento (Sacramento for Black Lives) gives real world advice for staying safe around the police.
Dr. Stephanie McCullough
Dr. Stephanie McCullough is a PsyD with a passion for neuroscience. She also works with a nonprofit that teaches teachers power of expression.
Ian Bailey Harris
Ian is creator of ConversationsWith.Net & author of the upcoming book of the same title. He is a transracial adoptee with a horrifying story.
Writer of the international hit comedy, Late Nite Catechism, & performs on a national tour. She has a new show called Holy Ghost Bingo. Her shows play regularly at the Royal George Theatre in Chicago.
Armed with a strong Christian faith, Marilyn founded the nonproft Teachers Who Pray in 2011. TWP has more than 100 chapters nationally.
Anjali is the former stage manager of Wicked: The Musical, then a finance exec and now moving on to pursue her passion for psychology.
Tracy is the publisher of the Chicago Reader and the co-founder and co-owner of Windy City Times. She is a historian, journalist, author, filmmaker.
Michelle M. Hughes
Michelle established her own law firm focusing primarily on adoption, (working with private agencies, independent adoption, co-parent adoption , DCFS, and related adoptions).
Mark is an adult transracial, international adoptee. He educates regularly on transracial adoption issues through speaking, writing, and managed Facebook groups. He is a professional journalist.
BossDre is an up-and-coming young Chicago rapper. He was featured in S1E1 with his single "Balling like Westbrook". He has one son.
Eric is Biracial Black transracial adoptee. He works in logistics in Arizona. He has three sons.
Toni Armstrong, Jr.
Toni Armstrong, Jr. is a lesbian activist, co-founder of the We Want the Land Coalition, former educator, music producer and magazine producer. She resides in Florida with her wife.
Honey is a trans actress, singer and entertainer. She is working on the story of her life, "The Boy in the Tutu." She appears in S1E0 discussing transgender representations in the media and growing up trans and with dyslexia
Eddie Pierce, Jr.
Eddie is an author and publisher. He has published three books to date in the "Love" series with "Love: Changes" being the most recent. Now publishig other authors' works.
A serial entrepreneur and the author/owner of All About Self Employment, Julie is a professional writer and has committed herself to empowering others to leave the 9 to 5 life behind. She lives in SW Florida with her husband and three children.
Darby McBride is a non-binary queer person living in the Northwest US where they work with environmental and lgbt+ groups. They manage the ConversationsWith.Net partner site.