QKate Mulgrew wants to be 'known' outside her actingMay 1, 2015 | 16:07You may know her as Captain Kathryn Janeway or Galina "Red" Reznikov, but now Kate Mulgrew wants you to meet the woman behind the roles.
QMavis Staples on the soundtrack of the civil rights eraApr 27, 2015 | 43:50Legendary gospel/soul singer and civil rights activist Mavis Staples on the intersection between her two passions.
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