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Steve Desroches (47) and Kristen Becker (45) discuss Becker's career as a stand up comic including touring the South with Jay Bakker, the son of Jim and Tammy Faye Bakker, as well as her childhood spent in both the North...
My 66 year old grandmother and 70 year old great aunt talking about the race relations in their childhood.
Allie and I talk about race on campus, her life growing up, and possible solutions
In this interview, Dr. Míreles Toumayan recounts a time she expirenced racism. She also describes her hopes for the future.
Steve Desroches (47) talks to Candace Perry (74) about her life as a playwright.
Anna talks about her opinions on politics and issues, as well as racism.
In this video, I interview my dad about racism in America and how the Election of Barack Obama affected him as a black man.
My mom and I have a conversation about our own journeys with recognizing racism in American society and our transitioning to pursuing anti-racist action.
Tarik Mahdi (36) and friend Yusuf Al-Rahman (41) exchange stories about the micro-aggressions they dealt with being a black Muslim and experiences where the challenged the ignorance around them.
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.
We talk about her life what’s it was liking growing up with racism and segregation an
One Small Step conversation partners Julia Fabris McBride (60) and Jeff Gaines (50) talk about LGBT issues, race, being different, and the military.
Lika shares stories with Angela about her work dealing with health disparities in the Pacific Islander community.
Growing up in the 50s, 60s, and 70s, and women's issues today.
One Small Step partners Paula Siegel (69) and Terry Hutchison (82) share a conversation about their families, the most influential people in their lives, their work, and their hopes and concerns for the future.
Today, I spoke with 16 year old Camilla Achando about her journey coming to the U.S.. We discussed some of the obstacles she faced and hardships she went through. This all contributed to the leading question… was it worth 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.
Listen as we take a blast into the past with Mr.James Williams Jr, a man who has lived over 7 decades!
Kaila Thornton interviews Joe Kroll about divorce, life as a child in the fifties, true love, and work.
Edwin Adkins: 2020-08-01 20:40:52 Move from Kopperston to Huntington, W. Va. to attend Marshall U. Civil rights group at Marshall, how she met my father (Ronald Adkins) and how they conducted demonstrations.
I interview my brother on his opinions about the problems with American society.
My Granny talks about dealing with racism when growing up and raising a biracial family in Sonoma County.