After Shelter with Jamell and Maria Rogers

Jamell and Maria Rogers talk with Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis Visitor Services Associate Angela Herrmann about quarantine and the hope of art while standing inside the art installation "SHELTER" by Derek Fordjour.

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The Women’s Liberation Movement of the 70s is extremely relevant and relatable to today. As we can see with the Black Lives Matter protests, there are many similarities and differences.

Otis and his Mom discuss Black Lives Matter and Social Justice

Otis and his mom discuss civil disobedience, Black Live Matter, and raising him to be an activist.

Unpacking the unlearning of White socialization in the United States & transitioning to anti-racism in the context of BLM in 2020

Recorded on July 12, 2020 Joanna Yang (20) interviews Stacey Sharer (40) about growing up in the United States as a White individual, learning about systematic racism through her upbringing, her changing views of her White identity over time, contextualizing...

Olivia Wilkinson and Kathrine Wilkinson: A reporter's view on the coronavirus pandemic

Kathrine Wilkinson (25) discusses her job as a reporter and the coverage of events such as the rise in the Black Lives Matter movement, COVID-19, and the 2020 presidential election.

Jeongmi Ahn and Shahana Jalal

Jeongmi Ahn (14) talks with her fellow classmate and friend from Global History, Shahana Jalal (14) about Covid-19, BLM movement, personals experiences, and New York Times (pg 18) of "2020: A Year Like No Others”.

After Shelter with Tom Bergan and Annie Bryan

Tom Bergan and Annie Bryan talk with Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis Visitor Services Associate Angela Hermann about quarantine and the hope of art while standing inside the art installation "SHELTER" by Derek Fordjour.

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Darwensi Clark, Sophie Secor, and John Acosta

Activists Sophie Secor (22) and John Xavier Acosta (33) have a discussion with friend and fellow activist Darwensi Clark (42) about their convictions and thoughts surrounding New York politics.

Her Own Space: Self Care, Sisterhood, and South Korea with Robin

Traveling while black means researching more than ticket prices and exchange rates. There's a savviness to surviving racism in the United States and abroad as colorism, cultural appropriation, and xenophobia abound. Robin's faced it all as a black woman teaching...

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Calinda Lee and Kennedi Johnson

Dr. Calinda Lee (48) talks with her intern Kennedi Johnson (24) about the Corona Collective work, the uprisings in the US, and thoughts of solidarity.

Common Ground Tacony: Troy Part II

Troy and I sit and interview as the Black Lives Matter for vigil gets underway one short block from Sawtown Tavern. A peaceful demonstration is about to begin as Troy and I discuss how Sawtown is intent on creating a...

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Ed Dean and Claire Goforth

Claire Goforth (39), a liberal former alt-weekly editor, talks to her friend Ed Dean (42), a conservative radio show host, about social media, the news and how their views have shifted over the years.

Person In Charlotte – Bianca Harvey – 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...

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...

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...

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Aaron Weidman and Tawnya Davis
September 18, 2020 OSS Hub

One Small Step conversation partners Tawnya Davis (53) and Aaron Weidman (32) have an open and honest discussion, where they discuss how race and "luck" shape a person's living condition.

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Bertel King and Alexandra Slusher

One Small Step partners Bertel King (31) and Alexandra "Alex" Slusher (63) share about their experiences with identity, Bertel expanding on his identity as a black man, and Alexandra talking about being the daughter of an Indian mother. Bertel and...

African American Identity in America

A conversation with my friend who is 1/4 African American. We talk about her identity, how the Black Lives Matter movement has affected her view on her heritage and the overall racial injustice in America.

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Robyn Wertheim and Mary Cooksey

Friends and One Small Step partners Robyn Wertheim (53) and Mary Cooksey (64) talk about their upbringings, their involvement in their communities, and the hope they have for the future.

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Bryan Yee and Brandon Dennis

Bryan Yee (38) speaks with his One Small Step conversation partner Brandon "Wes" Dennis (38) about their introduction to politics, Black Lives Matter, the Second Amendment, and their hopes for the 2020 election.

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Pat Gottschalk and Catherine Manning

Catherine "Cathy" Manning (76) speaks with her friend Pat Gottschalk (83) about learning how to be peace activists as seniors, and their hopes and disappointments in family relationships.

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Nancy Smith and Casey Hatcher

Nancy Smith (63) speaks with her One Small Step conversation partner Casey Hatcher (34) about changes in Abilene, TX, including Christian Universities and free speech, local and federal politics in the community, and Evangelical Christianity in relation to political leanings.