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With so much discrimination going on even in school, there are those who still have a fighting chance to stand up for themselves and give others the encouragement they need to know that everyone deserve the same rights and treatment.
Elton asks about differences in culture between Rhode Island and North Carolina
Mr.Clarke works at a museum in an old slave mart. He educates others about the slave trade in America.
Mr.Mitchell is a native of Selma,Alabama who sells T-Shirts and books to Selma’s visitors. He uses his profits to support education of local kids.
At the opening of the equal justice initiative memorial to peace and justice I interview my father about being black in America
Immigrants come into this country to live a better life but must overcome discrimination and other difficulties to live their version of the American Dream.
Judith Sapper (61) interviews her mother, Mildred Sapper (92), about life during the 1940s.
Mary Ann talked about her experience with discrimination and politics. #thegreatlisten #history #interestingstories #historicalamerica #thegreatthanksgivinglisten
My father talks about his journey of illegally crossing the US border in 2003 from Mexico. The stuggles and changes he went through to get a better life for his family. The misconceptions that Mexicans have on life in the...
Jose will be addressing his thoughts as a tile-man and a single father of three daughters during this time of a pandemic.
My grandma talks about her experience in chapel hill and in getting her job as the President of the American Correctional Association.
Julie, a Japanese-American woman, talks about her first time facing discrimination as a kindergartner and the effects it had on her life.
The life of an immigrant along with the struggles he went through and obstacles he faced. How immigration overall impacted him and changed his life forever.
Angel favela’s story of discrimination in grade school and how it changed her.
"Can my faith and my context line up in ways that create ethical possibilities for the world? Is it possible to be progressive and Christian at the same time?" Megan describes her journey to apply her faith to her life...
Throughout this interview I asked my great grandmother Aleta G Wadlington about her American experiences and how they made her who she is today.
Christina talks about coming out as a transgender woman twice, with a 30-year interval back in the closet.
In today's topic we discuss one of the many forms of social injustice such as profiling.
Ruby, an African-American women who grew up in segregated St. Louis, Missouri in the 1960’s, discusses her first encounter with discrimination.
Talking with my suegra about her migration experience and why she still feels unwelcome in the US.
An interview with my sister exploring the topics of her childhood and her interactions with racial and sex-based discrimination.
Liz shares stories of her experiences with discrimination in the workplace.