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Anna talks about her opinions on politics and issues, as well as racism.
Stories and experiences from the 1960’s Civil Rights Movement.
Today I talked with my grandpa who watch racism in Wisconsin. He grow up in Michigan and was a journalist and then moved to Milwaukee to work for the city.
Community elders, Calvin Coleman and his sister, Betty Ann Wilson discuss growing up in the Historically African American Section of Swarthmore.
Me talking with my mom about her upbringing and her family’s impact on the world
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...
In the interview with Elena Reyes we discussed issues with Motherhood, Race, gender and sexism
Gordon Powell talks about growing up and how racism affected his community in the 1940s. In addition, he speaks on racism in today’s world and how we can help diminish it.
We begin with my mother’s childhood, then her career in PR before meeting my father, their relationship, struggles in having Jiming (my brother), as well as me and my younger sister Kelly, and her experience(s) immigrating to the US.
Hearing about Detroit from the 50s through the 70s from a woman who grew up on Saint Mary’s Avenue in Detroit and how things have changed since then. She also gives us a glimpse into her own personal life and...
Today, I, Lacey Clark, talked with Bonnie Curry in Oxford, Mississippi about what it was like growing up in the south. The interview was held November 18, 2018. We talked about her experience with racism. Bonnie was born in 1947,...
After talking with Irene Ameena I learned more about her religion, childhood, and what it’s like being a Muslim in America.
Brian worked in the law enforcement for over 28 years and gave me his perspective about racism within the prision system.
More than half a million Americans have recorded StoryCorps interviews across the country. Often, participants use the opportunity to pass vital wisdom and stories from one generation to the next. That was the case in this StoryCorps recording from Norfolk,...
Leslie shared her partake on social injustices that she faced in her life.
My mother, Diane MacDonald, describes how racism affects her life from when she was young up to today’s society, and how that there needs to be a change.
My mother talks about growing up in Alabama during the Civil Rights Movement.