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Bill Whitaker and friend/ex-wife Barbara Watson Whitaker “Bobbi” talk about Kent State in 1969. They were both students at the time, and Bill was highly active with the movement as well as with the legal defense following.
On November 24th, 2017, in Sherman Oaks, California, fourteen year old Gehna Chugani interviewed her grandmother, Chitra Chugani about her close knit family, her childhood, and her move from Pakistan to India to the U.S.A. The happy memories from when...
A story of growing up in Baltimore in the 1950s and 60s, and how the riots after Dr. Martin Luther King's assassination affected one family.
Ann Garrett, from Clovis, California, in her junior year of USC, 1992, was put into the middle of the Rodney King riots. It is a firsthand story of someone stuck in a violent protest. Interviewed by Luke Garrett, 14, her...
I interview my mom about the Babri Masjid incident that she was very close to when riots broke out at the Babri Masjid mosque. She goes on to explain what has changed with the issue and what has remained constant...
Eliana Frederick (16) talks with neighbor Carl Jackson (74) about growing up in Milwaukee during a time of racial discrimination.
Jackson Moreton interviews Eldon Blount on November 28, 2018 in Oxford, MS. Eldon grew up in Memphis, TN during the height of the Civil Rights Movement. Public schools were still segregated and racial tensions were high. Eldon shares his experience...
Ms. Nelson talked about the Rodney King protest around South Central L.A. And how one Protest went badly wrong.
Talks about experiences with prejudicness in Ohio and POV of 9/11
i wanted to know things about my mom
One Small Step conversation partners Philip Gibbs (62) and Offie Wortham (83) met virtually to talk about the civil rights movement; their opinions of former President Donald Trump; BLM; and issues of immigration, crime and fear.
There are many interesting thing that happen i your adult life.
My grandmother was on campus during the 1970 Vietnam War riots on the campus of Ohio State University.
#thegreatlisten #MLKassassination #RiotsinDC #1968
We talked about the differences between back in the 30’s to today.
Grandma Maddie takes me on a tour of the states and the world. "Kindness is what it's all about."
My dad and I discuss the riots and their relations to race, war, and prejudice
A glimpse of what happened in the eyes of my grandmother (and special guest star my grandfather). She wasn’t at the scene but close by.
90 year old Jack Christoffel describes his experience starting his own business. He goes on to explain the racial tension in his neighborhood and stories about black riots.
Juanita lived in Berkeley, CA at the time. Surveying the scene the next morning, her son in his stroller touched a leaf, inadvertently teargassing himself by rubbing his eye.
In this interview I talk to my grandma about what happened in the 60s and her experiences about it.
Brenda Mapp is interviewed by her daughter about her family, specifically her mother and how she raised Ashley.
I interview my Uncle Dan on the race riots and racial tensions of the latter 60s and how much that has changed in Detroit today.
Growing up in the 60’s: school, riots and the Vietnam War.
A short interview with my dad about his immigration to the US in the late 50’s and his time living in Detroit during the 1967 riots