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Sylvia Korson: 2021-01-08 21:15:23 Sylvia Korson talks with her friend and old teacher about media, fandom, and feminism.
Nathan Toon, a senior at Ralston Valley High School, discusses his struggles with the privileged RV community.
John Livingston and Alli Pearson discuss what it is like being a woman in the field of audio technology and what she is doing as a leader in this field.
An interview with my mom about her life. This interview is full of laughs and some tears near the end.
Grandma describes her role in the women in art movement in the 1970s in DC to her three grandchildren
Joyce Shaw Peterson (81) talks with her granddaughter, Ingrid Kimble Peterson (12) about her work as a history professor.
Travis, a student at Eastern Michigan University located in Ypsilanti, MI, conducts this interview. He questions his grandma, Zona Taylor and his mother, Terri Tavana, on June 14th of 2023. The three of them discuss Zona Taylor and Terri Tavana’s...
Colleen McCall (69) interviews her friend Claudia Stravato (78) about her religious upbringing and the way it influenced her passionate career for equity and women's rights.
Alyssia interviews her roommate, Adam. They talk about growing up, being gay, and feminism.
Erika, a young woman living in the border between Mexico and the U.S, talks about the feminism movement in Juarez and how it has change her as a woman.
New friends and colleagues Beth Zemsky, 53, and Kierra Johnson, 36, discuss their advocacy work at the intersection of the LGBT, feminist, racial equality, and body liberation movements.
A grandmother and son talk about the struggles of losing a child and a mother as well as what it’s like to be a single woman pathing her own way in the south.
Sara Fay Saltzman (85) talks to her grandsons, Zack Saltzman (21) and his brother Jake Saltzman (25) about growing up in Chicago, her husband's business on Maxwell Street, her career as a teacher, and motherhood.
Emma Henderson interviews Lauren Sheath on feminism, faith, Michelle Obama and the value of a pun.
Seniors Arielle Van Fossen and Nicole talk about the time that Arielle experienced casual misogyny from her classmates.
Susan Soric talks about her life and the path that led her to becoming a lesbian mother and minister.
One Small Step participants Betty Macron [no age given] and Marian Deutschman [no age given] discuss their upbringing, their earliest political memories, and the people who have impacted their lives through acts of kindness.
Jacqueline Clay Chester [No Age Given] tells StoryCorps Facilitator Brenda Ford (47) about a bathing suit she recently sold at auction, her mother, and her experiences in the arts and entertainment industry.