Lilly and Melissa discuss Synanon and equality
December 18, 2018 App Interview

Lilly asks her mother, Melissa, about her experience growing up in Synanon, a cult with a diverse community of people. Melissa explains how that affected her view of race and equality while growing up in the 1970's.

thanksgiving listen 2019

My mom and I talked about her family history, her aspirations for the future, and her work dreams that didn’t quite work out as planned. Hope you enjoy.

Darien Hayes Interview

Interview with a Fraternity Brother (Sigma Pi) for Women's voices with Sarah Rondot from the University of Central Missouri

Marriage Equality Act

In the interview she talks about how society has changed and there view on this topic.

“We are all human”

My grandmother was talking about what life was like when she was younger. She also described how different society was back then.

Equality Through Education

Phyllis Wimberly ( My Grandmom ) spent her 40 year career as a Washington DC public school teacher integrating her AP English classes. As an activist and teacher her goal was to send kids to college that wouldn’t have otherwise...

“Learn from the wise women who came before you. Don't go it alone. They have lessons and support for you.” An interview with Kim Cobb

Kim Cobb loves being out in the field. She talks about the euphoria and passion she has for it, saying “It's like nothing I've ever experienced literally, and I've given birth to four children.” In this interview, she talks about...

The Story of Linda Margaret

A fun drive down memory lane with Mom/Linda Margaret. A fascinating exploration into the events and people helped shape her life and personality.

Person In Charlotte – Eli Koch – Learning About Racism in America

Person in Charlotte conversations were engaged in response to Black Lives Matter (BLM), as a way for us to learn more about racism in America. We are meeting with our friends who have graciously agreed to have an open conversation...

My Mother and I

I have always wanted to know more about my mother about her fears, the people she looked to seem the most important and what careers she was always interested in. My mother is my role model and I guess it’s...

Hair as an equalizer for a Ghanaian schoolgirl

A Ghanaian woman tells me about her childhood experience in Nigeria where hairstyles were a part of the school uniform, how she feels about the time it takes to get her hair braided, and the hilarious story of the first...

Person In Charlotte – Mike Lee – Learning About Racism in America (Part II)

Person in Charlotte conversations were engaged in response to Black Lives Matter (BLM), as a way for us to learn more about racism in America. We are meeting with our friends who have graciously agreed to have an open conversation...

Person In Charlotte – Bianca Harvey – Learning About Racism in America

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Person in Charlotte – Mike Lee – Learning About Racism in America (Part I)

Person in Charlotte conversations were engaged in response to Black Lives Matter (BLM), as a way for us to learn more about racism in America. We are meeting with our friends who have graciously agreed to have an open conversation...

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Joyce Patterson-Rogers and Norm Rooker

Joyce Patterson-Rogers (85) remembers her daughter, Meredith, with her son Norm Rooker (64). Norm reflects on the different experiences that led him to choose a career as a paramedic and firefighter and Joyce shares about her radical feminist past.