Amma Aboagye and Collingwise Osei-Aboagye

Collinwise Osei-Aboagye talks to his daughter, Amma Aboagye , about his childhood in Ghana, immigrating to the United States, his initial interactions with African Americans as a Ghanaian, and his connection with Ghanaian culture after living in the United States...

“I am as American as I am Pakistani”

On November 29th, 2020, Rehmat Arbab, age 16, interviewed her Pakistani immigrant mother on her experiences growing up in America. She mentions her life moving from Pakistan, to Florida, and then to New Jersey. She also reminisces stories of her...

Grammy

My grandma talks about her experience in chapel hill and in getting her job as the President of the American Correctional Association.

Students of Color

Students of color and how society forces people to assimilate at a young age. How education shapes ones mindset.

Hoffman-Peer

This interview is with my friend from home, Emma. It was done on FaceTime and recorded. (At the end there was a fire drill at her school so we did not get to the last question.)

Living History Project: Charlotte Wilson

Interviewing my mother who is both African-American and Korean-American about her experiences growing up in America.

Mom interview

Jwayne talking to his mom about race in America and her experiences that she have been through

My Mom’s Best Friend on Their “Unlikely” Friendship

My mom’s best friend tells me the story behind why she calls their friendship “unlikely,” starting from her childhood in Chicago during the late 1960s.

Racial Identity

this interview was about tims upbringing living in St. louis. also about the changes he would like to see on the Ucm campus and racial events that has happened in warrensburg

Creating a racial justice hero: Rachel Willis of Elevating Equity

This interview details how racial justice advocate Rachel Willis became who she is today as well as the personal and professional battles she faces everyday to create a flourishing legacy for herself and her country.

Kitten and Kat: The LA Uprising and Race in Orange County

Katyana Hall interviews her mother about the 1992 uprising, which leads to a conversation about racism in Orange County middle schools in 2019.

I AM WORTHY

Twanda discusses the stereotypes facing Black women and the importance of empowerment and representation for Black girls and women in the United States.

Tomasik-Classmate

Allie and I talk about race on campus, her life growing up, and possible solutions

Gardella – peer

A discussion about race with a friend who I wouldn’t typically talk about a serious topic with

Kaitlyn Duncan and Harriet Robinson

Our interview ranged from discrimination of African Americans to religion. Listen to this interview for an inside look at the life of a very inspiring woman.