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A biracial couples view on racial equality, talking about their past and present. And discussing the future of civil rights.
A discussion on growing up as the “odd one out” in a caucasian neighborhood, and discovering family values through media and human interraction.
James Brown is an American man born of bi racial parents and raised in Missouri, where he attended an all white high school. Inspired by a fellow student who believed in him when he was in 9th grade, he started...
Courtney talks about how her experiences and beliefs have influenced and shaped her life today
Chris Sams (41) insights with his chosen father, Russell Lowery-Hart (51) in a conversation about how the two became family members and what the journey has been like.
Jim Smith talks about integration activism in the late 50s and early 60s
Pam is a naturalized American citizen. She was born in South Africa during Apartheid and emigrated to the U.S. with her husband and young children.
Mr. Zhou talked about his immigration to China and his experience as a Chinese American.
In this interview, Muhammad asked questions about Ahmed’s race and how it affected his life. Also his overcoming of past complications in his life. Ahmed discusses how he overcame his car accident. Muhammad also asks about his childhood.
This interview was done with a peer of mine in which we never talked about race prior to this discussion. It was quite awkward as we were both uncomfortable and kind of nervous! But in the end I think it...
Spider talks about what it was like to participate in the documentary film, and has words of advice for his younger self and other young people today.
Merrill Cooper, 98 years old African American from south Virginia with a high school diploma retired as International Vice President of transport workers union of America
Interviewing a friend for my Women's Voices class. Includes discussion related to gender, sexuality, and Native American background.
Raymond "Paul" Warren (62) talks with his mother Martha "Dixie" Warren (91) about her family history which has roots to the Colonial Dames, growing up on a plantation, and what her experience of race relations has been in her 91...
Rev. Thomas R. Noon (66) talks with his daughter Jessica Estrada (32) about his time leading a black Lutheran congregation in Birmingham, AL.
Melissa Fineman (21) talks with her father Marvin Fineman (67) about an art pieces expressing her struggles of being bicultural.
One Small Step participants Bernadette [No name given] (59) and Martha Ham (66) talk about their backgrounds and beliefs.