A St. Louis born activist, linguist, educator, musician, photographer, and poet. Focused on helping individuals and organizations develop personal and corporate habits that eliminate barriers and build bridges using trust-based relationships.
Amalie Rush Hill
A skilled artist and writer, she is well known in the for her novels and participation in spoken word. She is a member of the Oregon Poetry Association, and the Mid-Valley Poetry Society, and has been a regular participant in open mics, and as a featured reader in Eugene, Salem, and the Portland area. She also leads collaborative writing efforts to address environmentally important issues.
A poet, writer, teacher, and life coach. She has claimed her voice as a poet and has had poems published in print and online journals. A career teacher, Annis continues practicing her calling by conducting workshops on writing and other topics.
An Indo-Dutch poet residing in Bakersfield, California, her roots are spiritual and artistic. As a member of the Writers of Kern, the California Writers Club, the Thresh-old Choir, and the local Art and Spirituality Center, Anke has been able to help form healing communities. She is a spiritual leader, teacher, facilitator, and artist.
Lawrence J. Diggs
An artist with a global perspective, having live around the globe. As a consultant and activist, he uses an entertaining, interactive approach to help people wrestle with complex social, relational and organizational subjects nationally and internationally.
Lyricist, Poet and Musician–A performer, committed to social justice and raising awareness. At home in any venue, she believes that art has the power to heal hearts and minds, while inspiring us to bring about social change.
A writer, editor and project manager who has spent a good portion of her life in China working cross-culturally. She believes that we are forever changed by the experiences of our everyday lives. Her culturally diverse work and life experiences represent a rich tapestry that feeds her writing skills.
An award-winning writer and filmmaker, she spreads her talents to impact causes and socially relevant issues for women, homelessness, and service members recovering from post-traumatic stress disorder to name a few. As an artist, she also inspires and gives back by teaching and mentoring.
Dwight White II
An artist that takes the viewer beyond just seeing the art – he believes they should feel it. His voice is profound and thoughts are intellectual, providing a path to follow for young people of the next generation. His confidence and commitment to his craft is inspiring as he embraces his function in society to document the history of connected experiences through art.
A Dallas Observer, go-to photographer when it comes to photographing major label touring acts that come to Dallas Fort Worth, as well as special events. As a student of art and history, her photography in ENOUGH is stunning and demonstrates her clear understanding that social activism is living history.
A self-taught Minnesota landscape and portrait photographer. As a photographer his goal is to always capture the beauty of a great world “one click at a time!” His work literally spans the globe and when it was reviewed by a New Zealand golf magazine and he was sought out for an article about Golfing in America.
A senior graphic designer at the University of Missouri–St. Louis. She has won numerous competitive awards for large-scale print projects. Her energy reaches far beyond her career in designing. However, she brings her expansive skillset to bear on projects such as this, where her creativity is a key component of communicating concepts for change. She is a vocal and engaged activist and advocate for progressive causes and voter access.
Jana R. Harris
An environmental and geospatial engineer and volunteers as a blitz mapper of invasive plant species in Central Wisconsin. She is an avid reader, creative writer and semiotician with a passion for environmental & social justice activism and reform.
Lives in Madison, WI with her young son, Jameson. As a Black single mother, Kameron is familiar with the racial and gender disparities in Dane County, and has worked with local non-profits to correct these injustices. She encourages all young mothers to become more involved in their community, as that is the only way to ensure a future for our Black children.
A software engineer and blossoming activist following in the footsteps of her mother and older sister. With aspirations as a writer and photographer, she is in the process of gathering insights into the human experience and being an active witness to what she considers to be the most crucial changes of this century.
A freelance photographer based in Greensboro, NC that specializes in portrait & wedding photography. Kevin is committed to documenting the peaceful protests in his community during a time when the world needs a positive and unifying message.,
Brett & Ryan Factory
They do double duty in support of social activism. On regular workdays, she is an occupational therapist. He is an electrical engineer. They are both avid amateur photographers and historians. Living now in pivot times, they are extremely aware and conversant about politics, the impacts of social change and environmental issues. As volunteers working gratis, they have contributed numerous photos from Seattle to this project.
Ryanzo W. Perez
A St. Louis area resident and hobbyist photographer who uses the camera to capture the world around him. Though most of his photography focuses on people and everyday life, he is most passionate about documenting major events, including the BLM movement, Spain’s Catalonian uprising, and the war in Afghanistan.
Dr. Jerry Eppler
The author of many articles on communication and high performance, and regularly reviews books in the fields of personal and organizational effectiveness. During his tenure on the American Management Association faculty for the prestigious Presidents’ Association training and the Executive Effectiveness Program he was consistently one of their highest ranked presenters. Dr. Eppler is a Michigan State University fellow with a doctorate in Counseling Psychology from Arizona State University. He has completed post-doctoral work at Harvard University in the Organizational Effectiveness Executive Program.
The Founder and Owner of Stillpointe Wellness Center in Belleville, Illinois. As a practitioner, Jan has established the Center as a holistic provider of massage and wellness services for the local community—with a heightened focus on sustainable habits for living well and avoiding illness by adopting healthful measures. She likens the Center’s practices to branches on a grand walnut tree. Each activity is connected ultimately to one another—like the interconnection between all people and issues.
Rita Montgomery Hollie
Rita has spent a good portion of her career looking for the most effective ways to be a change agent for the poor. After attaining her degrees in law and social work, her career has included experiences as a Professor of Business Law at the University of Missouri -St. Louis, one four year term as a full time Municipal Judge for the City of St. Louis and several shorter terms as a provisional Municipal Judge for the City of St. Louis, MO. Ms. Montgomery Hollie also served as an Assistant Attorney General for the State of Missouri from 1973 to 1974.
Kate is poised for a leap into a new career as a programmer. As a recent graduate of the Full-Stack Web Development course at LaunchCode in St. Louis, she was hired on as a teaching assistant shortly after, and now helps new students build the skills to enter the tech industry. Kate has a sharp intellect and creative personality. Her talent in problem-solving and pattern recognition makes her a formidable competitor on game nights. She loves putting these capabilities to work, whether managing small business work flow, knitting beautiful patterns or leading a roller derby team to victory. She is an avid hiker, particularly paths with boulder scramble opportunities.
An experienced marketing professional who specializes in helping organizations and businesses of all sizes understand, navigate and make use of the internet—the global digital marketplace. His skills and knowledge of this pervasive infrastructure helps clients reach target audiences and shape messages that rise through a morass to be seen and understood—using search engine optimization among other tools to communicate and increase visibility of key organizational messages and benefits.