Maeve Mullan: What is Right to Life?
Genevieve Marnon: Right to Life of Michigan is a state wide non-profit organization that is dedicated to the protection of human life from conception to natural death. Right to Life of Michigan is one of the 50 state affiliates associated with National Right to
Interview conducted April 1, 2013 in East LansingRead more
Q: Tell me about your background and how you got involved with Equality Michigan.
A: I got into politics because I needed to do a James Madison College internship. It was suggested that I intern with the legislator from my hometown, Kalamazoo. At
Interview conducted by Family and Morality correspondent, Rachel Hatt, via phone at 1:45 PM on Tuesday, October 16, 2012.
Interview conducted by Family and Morality correspondent, Jocelyn Cutean, via phone at 2:30 PM on Tuesday November 23rd, 2010.
Sean Vander Waal
Interview with Julie Nemecek, a lobbyist with Michigan Equality (an LGBT Interest Group), was conducted on October 28 in the Burger King at 505 E Saginaw St, Lansing, MI.
Sean VanderWaal: Can you tell me about your background, such as educational and occupational?
Julie Nemecek: Yes, I have a master's in
Q: Why did you decide to form the PAC Republicans for Choice?
A: Well, it's really interesting. I have been a Republican all my life and I have been political all my life. I believe in civil rights and rights for women. I am also a strong believer in
Interview of Chris Gast, an employee of Michigan Right to Life, conducted via email during the week of April 6- April 10, 2009. Initial contact made, questions devised, and sent out by Patrick Hoffman.
I recently interviewed Adam Taylor, vice-chair of the Michigan Democratic Party's LGBT and Allies Caucus and founder of Project Light, a suicide and crisis-prevention project for LGBT youth. One may never guess that Adam, for all his political involvement, is still a student at Western Michigan University in Kalamazoo, MI.