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- Diversity 229
- personal experiences 79
- social beliefs and practices 71
- memories of growing up 63
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Immigrant LGBTQ stories
What is diversity and how important is it in the workplace
Diversity in Archives, Rare Books and Special Collections.
Diversity in Special Collections, Rare Books and Archives professions.
This a story about a Jewish man and Muslim who managed to overcome their religious and cultural differences to have a successful marriage.
This is an interview with my mother discussing her childhood as she grew up in China, Venezuela, and later America. Through her immersion in these three drastically different cultures, she found that she has become more understanding of others in...
Michele Koppes and Heidi Roop met “on an incredible landscape on the edge of the Greenland ice sheet about two years ago.” The conversation that followed made both of them think more closely about the value of science communication and...
Friends Wayne Dillard (56) and Salome Mwangi (50) recall how they met, the bonds their families have with one another and how each has learned from the other over time.
Warren Washington, a pioneer of climate modeling, shares his story with Rajul Pandya about his career in the atmospheric sciences. Discussing a lifetime pushing for the growth of diversity in the sciences and a better understanding of the climate. Going...
Dr. Darrell Mason Gray II (37) talks with his friend and colleague, Tei Street [no age give] about his experience being a black man in medicine, what he sees as barriers for black men who may want to get into...
This interview is about the positive changes that the modeling and fashion industry have had over the passed years, and first hand experiences of what this model had noticed herself being in the model industry in the late 1900s.
Susan Amussen (65) interviews her mother Diane Amussen (89) about her community organizing and activism roots.
Tennie L. McCarty (75) speaks with One Small Step participant Kristy Compton (54). The pair talk about what they share in common politically, their frustration with the labels assigned to political parties in the media, and the preoccupations they had...
Jodi speaks about growing up in the West in the 1950’s, taking risks, and public service.
Dana Bolles works for the Science Engagement and Partnerships Division at NASA Headquarters. She was first hired as a Payload Safety Engineer with the Kennedy Space Center and since then, has worked at four NASA centers in mission support roles...
we discuss how growing up with social media and loving One Direction led us to our desired career paths and what it means to be a fan in the internet age.
Dave and interviewer Alison talk about growing up in Richmond, his upbringing, his early climb to a career in radio, and his final decision to move into the political world.
Joanna: 2020-07-27 00:14:46 Joanna (20) interviews Kaitlin (20) on her school district's representative, empathy-driven curriculum, how it informed her involvement in advocacy work, and how candid conversations can develop understanding of anti-racism.