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  • Description: in Grand Rapids. Mr. Mateo, who also dabbles in music, has played and sung for the church choir. He is a community organizer. Mr. Mateo has also worked on several Young Lords projects including the Latino Support Group that became the first bilingual
  • Text: fixes his own cars and studied carpentry and building maintenance. He can build you a house from scratch. His mother lived in a convent for some time and attends church regularly at St. Joseph’s in Grand Rapids. Mr. Mateo, who also dabbles in music, has
Patrick Mateo video interview and biography

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  • Text: activity. It’s very worthwhile. (JS): Are you still active with particular groups or boards? Do you still have things that you’re doing now? 00:40:58 (DJ): Currently, I’m on the board of the Grand Rapids Symphony, I’ve always enjoyed classical music, also
Johnson, Dorothy A., video interview and transcript

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  • Text: . And 'course, everyone kind of knew him from Dances with Wolves. You know his acting and all that, but you know he was a tribal rights activist, through his music, you know he sang a lot about that I guess we kind of became friends in some way. I remember out
Hunter Genia interview (video and transcript)
Russ Mawby discusses his youth on a fruit farm and involvement with 4H and the Boy Scouts, his agricultural studies at Michigan State and Purdue Universities, and his military service in the US Army. He reflects on the history of the Kellogg family, the Kellogg Company, and the W.K. Kellogg Foundation, and his work as CEO of the W.K. Foundation. He details efforts of the Foundation in Michigan and abroad, his involvement with the Council on Foundations and the Foundation Center, and his work developing the Council of Michigan Foundations, Michigan Nonprofit Association, Michigan Community Service Commission, and the Johnson Center for Philanthropy. He concludes with reflections on the initiatives that have given him the most pride, and those that still need the most work.
Mawby, Russell G. video interview and transcript