Harold Kooden PhD for Stonewall Outloud (Part 1)

One of the first openly gay psychologists in the country, who helped to create the first network of LGBT health professionals and mobilize the gay community during the AIDS crisis.

My Tata interview

Life growing up in La Calonia and Oxnard in the 1960s and 70s, dealing with discrimination, and putting family 1#

Carolyn Davis with Jillian Danto for Stonewall OutLoud

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...

Charles Young- Growing up in the South

About his life growing up and his stance on the movements

Lucy Elam and Lindsey Scott for Stonewall OutLoud

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...

Don Kao for Stonewall OutLoud

Don Kao remembers growing up, attending college in Madison, WI, and realizing he was attracted to other men.

Progress & Paradox

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.

“The Black Ocean”

In this interview, conducted in December 2018 in Santa Monica, California, Shana Duval (15) interviews her Dad David Duval (63) about the prejudice he experienced when he was trying to buy a house earlier in his life. He shares his...

My dad and LGBT

This is a interview with my dad talking about his history with LGBT rights and the legal battles.

Racial DIscrimination

Racial discrimination is suffered around the world and it is important to acknowledge it.

Catherine Smith- The Great Listen

Liz shares stories of her experiences with discrimination in the workplace.

From New York to Charlottesville

Mary Ann talked about her experience with discrimination and politics. #thegreatlisten #history #interestingstories #historicalamerica #thegreatthanksgivinglisten

100 years of discrimination
November 28, 2018 App Interview

A story of how my 100 year old grandma experienced anti-semitism and discrimination as she moved throughout the United States and the world.

Interview with Carla
November 28, 2018 App Interview

Personal view while experiencing some kind of discrimination #discrimination #diversity #personalimpact #thegreatlisten

An Immigrant Journy to the US

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...

Ruby – St. Louis, Missouri in the 1960’s

Ruby, an African-American women who grew up in segregated St. Louis, Missouri in the 1960’s, discusses her first encounter with discrimination.

Discrimination on the Bus
November 28, 2018 App Interview

Julie, a Japanese-American woman, talks about her first time facing discrimination as a kindergartner and the effects it had on her life.

Being Transgender In Today’s Society

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.

A Southern Woman

My grandmother, Penelope Ann Lowe Burke, was born on August 31, 1942 in Houston, Texas. At the age of 9, she moved to a small Quaker town called Friendswood, Texas where she lived for nearly six decades. The town was...