Good Kind of Trouble | Promo
The late John Lewis took pride in creating “good trouble” and standing up against unfairness. Maulian fights to ban "Indian" mascots in Maine schools; Ronald stands up for his integrated marriage; and Dr. Wanda’s boss pushes back against patients who don’t want to see her because of her name. Three stories, three interpretations of GOOD KIND OF TROUBLE, hosted by Theresa Okokon.
- [Announcer] Next time on "Stories from the Stage,"
"Good Kind of Trouble."
- And there's a gymnasium full of students,
and everywhere I see is the word Redskins,
and they all look very angry.
- I saw this guy, and I'm like, "That's him,"
and he's walking up to the table,
and I have no idea what to do.
- Why, why people has to make assumptions
based on your last name, your accent,
the color of your skin, why?