Equitable Dinners Stories! Rachael Carter

Rachael Carter is a part of the Partnership for Southern Equity's Team and has been working with them on staff for 2 years. Originally from Philadelphia, moving to Atlanta in 2018, Rachael has only increased her engagement in racial equity...

Racism, Covid19, and Mental Health

I interviewed my 69 year old grandmother. These questions were based on mental health, ,Covid-19 and Racism in the U.S.

RVM Anne Schurman
March 27, 2017 App Interview

Minister's wife, mother, advocate, and friend to all

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Diane Tucker and Moya Nordlund

One Small Step conversation partners Diane Tucker (68) and Moya Nordlund (67) discuss politics, wealth redistribution, education, mentorship, and the arts.

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Rob St. Clair and Stephen Scott

Rob St. Clair (73) sits down with his friend and fellow writer, Stephen "Steve" Scott (79), to ask about the multitude of adventures Stephen has undertaken throughout his life. They discuss everything from baking biscuits to serving in the U.S....

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Imogene Brooks and Shirley Tarver

Best friends Imogene Brooks (63) and Shirley Tarver (70) reminisce about the good times they have had together throughout their long friendship, describe what it was like growing up on the border of Columbus, GA and Phenix City, AL as...

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Bert Belanger and Janice Martin

One Small Step partners and Oklahoma City residents Janice Martin (66) and Bert Belanger (65) discuss how their lived experiences have informed their perspectives on race, gender, abortion, adoption, and faith.

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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Elizabeth Duke and T. McClain

One Small Step conversation partners Elizabeth "Lani" Duke (74) and T. "Davina" McClain (56) share their political beliefs, memories and the ways they view change in the community.

Equitable Dinners Stories! Terra Gay

Terra Gay has over 20 years of professional experience, including an extensive background in National Service leadership, training, consulting, organizational and entrepreneurial knowledge. She has a B.A. degree in African and African-American Studies from Emory University and a Certificate in...

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Bonnie Wahiba and Trish Davis
October 5, 2020 OSS Hub

One Small Step conversation partners Bonnie Wahiba (67) and Trish Davis (64) talk about their views on big issues like abortion, death penalty and Donald Trump. Trish recently changed her political party. Bonnie shares a story about being disowned by...

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Mario James and Lothar Konietzko

Mario James (29) interviews his former high school history teacher Lothar Konietzko (51) about the present state of race relations and the history/legacy of racism in the United States.

Revealing Authenticity Through Experience: An Interview with Elizabeth Perez.

In this discussion between a mother and daughter, Christina and Elizabeth Perez discuss the facets of Elizabeth’s life that have shaped her into who she is today. Beginning with her multiple moves as a child and her various exposure to...

Equitable Dinners Stories! Allison Bantimba

Allison Bantimba is committed to anti-racist work and exploring creative ways to address systemic racism. She's a part of the design team and the main tech for Equitable Dinners. Here she talks about becoming more aware of racism in college,...

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Joe Kershaw and Darius Young

Friends and fellow "Rattlers," Darius Young (42) and Joe Kershaw (73), discuss the work Joe's family has done to keep Florida A&M University open, as well as the work Darius now does to preserve the legacy of those who fought...

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Nicole Unice and Brenda Brown-Grooms

One Small Step conversation partners Nicole Unice (44) and Brenda Brown-Grooms (66) discuss their paths to God and becoming pastors. They speak about issues of inequality and racism in America and how we are at a pivotal moment of opportunity...

An Atypical Southerner

I interviewed my step-dad, Dennis Evans. We talked about how even though he grew up in conservative Poplar Bluff, Missouri, he is not a traditional southerner.

“Voices of Vision”: voucher holder seeking opportunities moves speak

Mother of middle schooler talks about opportunities at her son's elementary school and why she stayed in her community because of the educational opportunities despite initial racial profiling she received.

Race Relations in Memphis, TN during the height of the Civil Rights Movement.

Jackson Moreton interviews Eldon Blount on November 28, 2018 in Oxford, MS. Eldon grew up in Memphis, TN during the height of the Civil Rights Movement. Public schools were still segregated and racial tensions were high. Eldon shares his experience...