“We've never had a [unified ocean] policy until the Obama administration; it was quite satisfying work .” An interview with Frank Schwing

Frank Schwing oversees the science information division at NOAA and is particularly proud of his transition from doing science to becoming a manager of science. He says, “Working for a federal agency, one of the demands is to make [the...

Race Riots Interview

I interview my Uncle Dan on the race riots and racial tensions of the latter 60s and how much that has changed in Detroit today.

Connie Vera shares her perspective about the importance of equity and inclusion in Waldorf education as both an alumna and admin staff.

Connie Vera is a Waldorf alumna of Highland Hall and grew up in Southern California. She has a degree in Journalism and Public Relations and a Minor in Sociology. For more than 14 years, Connie worked with various PR agencies...

Mother and Daughter Discuss Diversity in the Film Industry

Sahara Sriraman is a freshman at the VCU Honors College who hopes to pursue a career in journalism. Natasha Sriraman is a pediatrician, author, mother, and international speaker. She discusses the level of diversity in film she experienced as a...

Interview with Linda Mona PhD and her journey as a disabled phycologist, and my mom.

Kyle Mona-Hunter interviews his mother, Dr. Linda Mona, about her personal and career journey as a disabled woman.

Diversity and Faith: Shared and Divergent Experiences

I talked with my dad about our unique experiences of growing up as a visible minority, and our respective relationships with faith.

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Amy Lindahl and Sarah Hall

Content: Amy Lindahl (34) talks with her friend and fellow science teacher Sarah Hall (31) about how to remain excited about teaching and help students to empathize with one another. Amy tells Sarah how she felt when the school she...

Family Conversations

This interview we mostly talked about where she grew up in and how that affected who she is today. Connecting to how her family raised her with all the traditions that they had.

Voices of Vision: Voucher Holder Seeking Opportunities Moves Speak

Jasmonae talks about growing up in Plano as a child and the positive impact of living in a diverse community had on her after her mother moved her family from Dallas with her voucher.

Rosa Fragoso

In this interview in November 22, 2018 in Chicago, Illinois, Maya Fragoso (17) interviews her aunt Rosa Fragoso Ramirez (56) about her childhood, her moving to Chicago, Illinois from Durango, Mexico in 1961. How it was difficult to except her...

The Life Of Natalia Osver

I am Gleb Osver and today on January 17th 2020 I am interviewing my mom Natalia Osver. Natalia Osver was born on January 20th, 1978 in a small town in Russia. Her life wasn’t impossibly hard but it wasn’t easy....

Maggie Wilcox and Gala Korniyenko

Gala Korniyenko, a PhD student at The Ohio State University gives advice to Maggie Wilcox, a first year Master's Student at The University of Kansas, on community building and engagement, urban planning, international development, and life in general.

My mothers boy friend

In a quick interview I ask my mothers boy friend some questions about his home country Lebanon, and how it differs from the American Life style

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Sadé Frazier and David Kountz

Dr. David Kountz (60) speaks with his mentee Dr. Sadé Frazier (34) about what it's like being Black physicians and the need to mentor more young people of color to become physicians, the Black Lives Matter movement, as well as...

Movies: Discussing the Shortcomings and Future of the Film Industry

Today we discuss the topic of misrepresentation in movies, as well as how the future of film can improve. The conversation is hosted by Kayani Jaramillo, a college freshman majoring in Mass Communications, and includes her mother, Enigma Gomez-Herradura.

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Melody Chapin and Pauline Katz

Pauline Katz (25) interviews Melody Chapin (25) about growing up poor, moving to a new community, recognizing racial and experiencing social interactions and demographic change as a result of neighborhood gentrification, and grappling with the fear of a loss of...

“You’re gonna be able to be, and grow into being, the woman that you were born to be.”

Pamela McNeil ’82 and Tracey Cameron, director of Harambee House, talk about Pam’s time growing as an individual and developing enduring friendships at Wellesley.

Mother and Daughter at American Geophysical Union

We talk about going to the American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting together and how science is changing.

“We know that diverse perspectives bring science innovation.” An interview with Chris Atchison

Chris Atchison didn’t set out to create a project tailored for students with physical and sensory disabilities but ending up doing so anyway. He talks here about working on a virtual reality project and, when trying to find students who...