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- Providence 5
- 2023 Mobile Tour 2
- Native Bound Unbound 2
- Providence Institute for Human Caring 2
- Providence Home and Community Care 1
- Providence Home and Community Care Anaheim 1
- Providence Hospice Portland 1
- Providence 4
- American Correctional Association 1
- Andover Center for History and Culture 1
- COHEN VETERANS NETWORK 1
- Comprehensive Gender Services Program of Michigan Medicine 1
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In this audio, I interview my mom (48), Teresa Solano about the discrimination she experienced in her past work environments.
My grandpa, Herbert Low, tells me about his experience growing up in China, and moving to America in the 50's
In this interview, religious studies professor at the University of Texas at El Paso Cemelli de Aztlan details her experiences with racism and sexism in higher education and in life.
I interviewed my aunt that is part of the deaf community, as she herself is deaf, also an active member of organizations that help support other deaf people, and also a sign language teacher for young children. I asked her...
Alex talks with a co-worker - Jason, about drugs, prison, discrimination, family, and much more. This conversation took place in Wilmington, Delaware 04/13/2021
This is an interview with my mom, a mainly spanish-speaker, about how her accent has been perceived while living in the United States.
Maria Rosete, my mother, moved to the US in the year of 1980, petitioned by her father at just 13 years old to find a better life. Though of course she had loving memories when living in the Philippines, the...
A story of how my 100 year old grandma experienced anti-semitism and discrimination as she moved throughout the United States and the world.
Liz and Clarence discuss Clarence's career, faith and family. Through various challenges, including racism, Clarence shares how his faith has brought him through.
Frank age 98 on Providence Hospice, of Dutch Indonesian heritage born in east Indies shares reflections with his son Frank who lives with his father about serving in the Dutch Indonesian army and being a prisoner of war for three...
Lucy tells Lindsey about growing up in Bloomington, Indiana, coming to terms with her sexuality, finding a lesbian community in college, facing discrimination at work, and campaigning for LGBT rights in the workplace. She also asks Lindsey about the concept...
Her parents being treated differently gave her a new outlook on life and hopes that we can further forward to a day without racism.
Mr. Williams is an employee at the Selma interpretive Center.
In this interview, I interviewed a family friend, Dayana, who immigrated to the United States from Uruguay. She discusses the process of moving here, why her family moved here, the challenges she faced, and how she feels about it now.
Friends Alex Davila (93) and Joe Sanchez (57) discuss Alex's childhood, his service in the military and his volunteer work with AARP.
We discussed our fight to end discrimination against people living with HIV/AIDS, back when Ann was doing this work in the 1980's, and when Marni was in the 2010's.
Elias (68) talks to his daughter Patricia (40) about reasons why he moved to the U.S. He spoke about what he misses about Mexico, and he spoke of his experiences living in Michigan.
Carolyn tells Jill about growing up on the South and West Sides of Chicago, knowing she was gay at 9 years old, and coming out on the last day of college. She describes her past relationships with women, the strong...
My Grandmother talkes about her experiences with segregation, discrimination, voting rights and education during her teenage years and childhood.
My best friend Lyle has been transitioning from female to male over the past 3 months, so i thought I'd ask him a few questions regarding what it's like to be trans in our generation.
Lika shares stories with Angela about her work dealing with health disparities in the Pacific Islander community.
Topics include: Violence in the workplace, discrimination between women, legally knowing your rights and what you can do and the power of manipulation men have within their status.
Ava Floyd (65) shares a conversation with her aunt Eloise Floyd (88) about Eloise’s experiences of high school, her time in college, and her career as a teacher.