Interview Project

An interview about a 19 year olds life and experience of when she felt different or separated from America.

Racism in everyday life

Interview of my father on how racism has effected and continues to effect him.

Finding your place

In this interview we talk about how society affects both of us. We use experiences from Richard Wright’s memoir

Heavens mom

Talking about her life and interesting topics that relate to her life.

Rajesh Sharma Interview

In this interview, conducted in Westminster, Colorado on May 19th 2019, Shaan Sharma interviews his father, Rajesh Sharma. Throughout the interview, Raj talks about his childhood and specifically how it was challenging being Indian in a rural small White Alabaman...

The art room to the courtroom

The struggles of Dave Welch from doing what he loved to doing what what necessary to support his family

Immigration: Then and Now

The main thing Wilber talked about was coming to the country to see his mother.

Pelletier- Peer

Eight questions on racism with Betty Song.

Butkiewicz-Influencer

Interview with a good friend on how they’ve had an influence on me about racism.

Interview

In this interview, I asked my dad about his childhood growing up in Nepal and his immigration story to America. I questioned him on various topics that could have effected him and shaped his views.

David Dodson and Christy Hightower
January 31, 2017 App Interview

In February of 1965 David Dodson, then an Assistant Chaplain at Colgate University, drove from New York to Atlanta, Georgia along with James Martin and another black Colgate student to attend a meeting of the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC)...

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Susie Howard and Kayla Morris

Library Associate, Kayla Morris [no age given], has a conversation with interview participant, Dr. Susie Brown Howard [no age given], about her experience as a nursing student from the 1962 class at Grady Memorial Hospital School of Nursing. The conversation...

Asian in Urban Education: High School Teachers Talk Race

Takeru and Esther are young Asian-American high school teachers in the south coast of Massachusetts. They teach next to each other in a community whose diverse population is not reflective of their racial or ethnic background. As they end their...

Learning Nana: An Afternoon With Diane Walker

A Nana tells her grandson what it was like growing up in the country and city during the Second World War, being Black in segregated America, and other challenges she faced later in life.

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Andi Hoelzel and Weyni Kahsay

Mentor Andi Hoelzel (38) and her mentee, Weyni Kahsay (18) discuss Weyni's experience in the United States since moving from Ethiopia.

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.

Nelson Harrison, jazz musician, inventor, psychologist, and educator talks about the racism he and his siblings faced in Pittsburgh schools.

Nelson grew up in a Pittsburgh black family with several generations of professionals with graduate degrees and shares the discrimination that they faced during Jim Crow and during the Civil Rights Movement.

Immigration to a White America

My father immigrated to America from Trinidad and Tobago when he was almost 10 years old. When he arrived to Baltimore, Maryland, he noticed a racial divide between blacks and whites. Whites were treated as if they were better than...

Vic Perkins talks about his life in Bynum, Montana

Vic talks about life on a ranch in Bynum, Montana near Choteau and shares an interesting story of serving in the army and participating in the Ole Miss riot of 1962 reflecting on the event, "it changed me...how can you...

Equitable Dinners Stories! Lexi Mckay

Lexi Mckay is the Program Coordinator for Out of Hand theater, a freelance stage manager, and a writer. She's a part of the team that creates Equitable Dinners, a program which connects people through facilitated conversations about race and racism....