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How Quinn was discriminated against for being American in Sweden
One Small Step partners Arline Erven (38) and Joseph Loftus (67) discuss fiscal conservatism, loss of faith, voter responsibility, government involvement in people's lives, transgender rights, and the 2nd Amendment.
We talk about my mom’s life experience from growing up to moving in the United States for a better life. As well as her experience facing gender discrimination in her working place.
This interview talks about discrimination and sexism in the gaming community and online. Audrey’s experience with these topics and how they have effected her. Participants are Audrey Katz 17, Rishika Moorthy 17, and Audra Rydquist.
I examined with my father’s family history and how it affected him growing up. Despite the discrimination and poverty, my father’s hard work and his relationship with God will helped him in the long run.
Uncle Phil discusses discusses segregation in the funding of New York City public schools that are mostly minorities
In this interview, my dad talks about his journey getting to where he’s at today, with his job, being able to somewhat speak english, and facing discrimination through it all.
Maria Santana (33) and her friend and mentor Maria Andrade (53) discuss the case that brought them together, legal advocacy for immigrants, and their hopes for the future.
In this interview, I talked to my grandma about her life and how she grew up. I also talked about her family life and what she loves the most about life.
Sisters Betty Brown-Chappell (76) and Gail Patterson-Gladney (74) trade memories from growing up on a farm near Bangor, Michigan with six other siblings. They reflect on what it was like for their family to navigate being one of the only...
My mom and I talk about her experience as an immigrant in the US and how it has changed her life.
Home invasion where the homeowner is treated as the criminal. A story of faith and survival
I interviewed my friend Neicia who I admire a lot because she is an extremely successful woman, and she has faced a lot of struggles to be where she is incluiding, discrimination from her own community. She once told me...
This interview is about my mom, Mossilean Williams and her life growing up in her hometown.
About his life growing up and his stance on the movements
Racial discrimination is suffered around the world and it is important to acknowledge it.
Talked about how everyone in this world has to go through obstacles to get where they want to be in life.
Lusi Balzano talks to her old Navy supervisor and friend about her anger at the Navy in regards to domestic violence, and how they fail to take action.
Ruby, an African-American women who grew up in segregated St. Louis, Missouri in the 1960’s, discusses her first encounter with discrimination.
Cousins Aaron Taylor (45) and Joseph Moreno (40) share a plática about their family history and Indigenous ancestry, the value of language and culture in education, and the intricacies of mestizo identity in New Mexico.
Mukasa "Flavia" Agnes Flavia (44) speaks with her friend and colleague Tatjana Andrews (30) about her experiences as a refugee, a mother, and a superwoman.
One Small Step partners Fredrick "Fred" Hoogland (75) and Roy Branklin (58) discuss their military service, racism in the United States, and their involvement with the 1996 Summer Olympics in Atlanta, Georgia.