The Machine

Jackson Yassin Interviews his mother about her experiences growing up in the south and gives her opinion on how the future of the United States

A Woman's Right: The Story It Tells – April of Mission, Texas

"I believe everyone should have their choice." - April Vallejo shares her experience as a young mother who believes every woman should have the right to choose. April attended the local Women's March in Brownsville, Texas with her daughter on...

MacDonald-Peer

Jacquelyn Tran discuss how race influences her life and how she uses it to discuss it with her family and how she’ll use it to help others on the future.

Open Conversations to End Racism in America: James Brown

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...

A Father, His Daughter, and His Response as to Why He Chose the Navy.

This interview occurred on January 9th, 2020, in Flint, Michigan. Ja Karra Nelson (16, Sophomore in high school) will be interviewing her father Greg Nelson (63, single parent) about several different topics. In the beginning they discussed how life was...

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Dina Jackson and John McMichael

One Small Step Conversation partners Dina Jackson [no age given] and John "Wes" McMichael (47) talk about their experiences in the Baptist church, acceptance and understanding of LGBTQIA+ friends and family, and the stereotypes they both have faced.

Apush interview

Me talking with my mom about her upbringing and her family’s impact on the world

“It made me a stronger woman.”

Leslie shared her partake on social injustices that she faced in her life.

Oral History Interview
February 1, 2021 App Interview

Interviewee answers questions on their teen/early 20s life.

Life of Koshie

An interview with Koshie reveals her thoughts about healthcare and early life growing up being African American.

Honors English 2 Project

We talked about how we should view others as people the effect parents have on their children, and what my mothers child hood was like regarding racism

Mahjah and her mom talk about her experience immigrating to America.

In this interview, conducted on November 25, 2018 in Egg Harbor Township, New Jersey, Mahjah Chowdhury (16) interviews her mom, Mafruha Chowdhury on what it was like immigrating to America from Bangladesh. She talks about why she came, the different...

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Christina McCann and Grace McCann

Christina McCann (24) shares a conversation with their mother, Grace McCann (42), about their mixed race identity, what it means to be Asian American, and the importance of preserving heritage and challenging racial stereotyping.

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Amaryllis Rieck and Fred Edward

Fred Edward (82) shares about his life with his friend Amaryllis Rieck (48). Fred talks about his experience in the Air Force during the Vietnam and Korean War, draws parallels between the Civil Rights Movement and the current Black Lives...

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Yelando Johnson and Huachuan Wen

One Small Step conversation partners and colleagues Yelando Johnson (53) and Huachuan Wen (44) discuss how their experiences as people of color have impacted their careers.

Grandma Jan: Her backstory and advice

In this Isabella Miya (16) interviewed with Jan Hildebrand (75) her grandma about her life growing up in the 50s and 60s. As a young adult, Jan experienced a lot of racial tension because of her friends she associated with....

A bit about my parents

In this interview, I decided to interview my mom and dad and learn more about them and their childhood and their personal wants. In this interview we talk about death, suicide, openness to religion, abusive parents, self love, racism, and...

Nicholas Piediscalzi and Christy Hightower

Nicholas Piediscalzi, a retired United Church of Christ minister, talks to us about his personal experience and relationship to peace, as well as his work in peace-making in larger settings. As a minister in Chicago in the 1940s and 1950’s...