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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
Today I will be interviewing Shanel Evans and we will discuss the importance of media from when she was growing up, and how it has impacted her life.
On November 23, 2017 Leah Hall Interviews her grandma Lorrianne Green about her life. Lorrianne explains to Leah what it was like growing up African American in the Great Depression era. And how it affected her family and her life....
I interviewed 21-year-old Susan Dakorson who also goes by Susie, a close friend of mine, of what it was like growing up in America dealing with and breaking the ideal Hair standard in American society for African American women. Susie...
Wendy Thomas (47) and Thajilah Olaiya (30) are classroom teachers in Washington D.C. who got to know each other through karate class, and talk about their beginnings as educators and the future of classroom education.
In this interview I talked to my mom that is 40 years old about our family. We went deep in the history of our family and the last jobs that my late grandfather took place in. Also about my grandmother...
Raphael Pantet, 24, visiting San Francisco from Brazil, talks with facilitator Frank Kingman, 64, about his several trips throughout the U.S., having dual Swiss/Brazilian citizenship, and compares how race is talked about in the U.S. and Brazil.
Getting the insight information on Texas legend and UTEPrunning backs coach Barrick Nealy.
At the age of 20, I was pregnant and determined to have an abortion, but my dad encouraged me to keep Faith. Ever since that choice, my life has been filled with a good love from the most authentic person...
My mother is among the first women computer programmers. She started her journey as a programmer and ended as CIO. Amazing journey for an African American woman in the 1960s.
The life and struggles of the african american people in Mississippi and the hero’s that are often not talked about in these cities and the impacts they had on the occupants of those towns lives and influence on them to...
The purpose of this interview was to compare the life of an African American male and the life of women to show the similar struggles we go through.
I got to interview my great-aunt Iris this Thanksgiving, and she shared stories with me about her having a buisness at a young age.
I’m this interview we talk about how how my Grandma was a sharecropper growing up and about the struggles and good times she has gone through in her lifetime.
I spoke with my grandfather, my father's spiritual father, about his childhood & hopes for Heaven.
This is a peak into my father, Robert Mbiu’s, life, his struggles, and his passions.
How the African American community “copes and pivots” to ensure that they have a seat at the table.
We talked about the experiences my mother went through as growing up in a white community as an African American and how it has molded her into who she is today. Around 22:50, I asked my mother out of her...
Communications student, Anita, interviews her mother Mary, in a 20-minute conversation about being a teen bride, life in the sixties for her African-American family, politics, and, the awesome tradition of black women who wear amazing hats to church, every Sunday....
My dad, Charles E. Johnson Jr., talked with me about him life growing up in the 1940s, 1950s, and 1960s. We discuss racism, segregation, life lessons, and family. We end on talking about the funny story of my birth.