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This interview comprised of talking about a variety of issues with Professor Lenneal Henderson from the College of William and Mary, focusing specifically on racial inequality in education.
The struggle faced by undocumented immigrants entering the United States of America.
Tatiana Orlov (27) tells Linda Wang (23) her reasons for moving to New York City, how her interests changed from working in the Music Industry to Community Involvement, and how she became involved with the non-profit organization Art for Change.
Meet Caressa Thomas. Learn a little bit about her early years, the lessons she’s learned in life, and her take-aways on the life of Martin Luther King, Jr.
During the interview Harry talked about his call to ministry and the impact of religion on his life. Harry also discussed multiple historical events and particular important people throughout history. He also discussed his relationship with his wife. Harry mentions...
Naazlish YarKhan (48) talks to her son, Yousuf Khan (18), about starting his first year in college at Northern Illinois University during the COVID-19 pandemic. They talk about how the pandemic has affected their lives and their beliefs about social...
Rosalie Dance (73) speaks to her friend, Marilyn Clark (70), about growing up in the small town of Jersey Mills, PA. As a college student, Rosalie became involved in a Quaker group. She later became a professor of mathematics, which...
We talked about the Civil Rights Movement and social justice. What we believe in and what others believe in.
Amber Secundino (26) and her mother Maria Aguilar (46) talk about their involvement with the Fresno EOC as a framework for expanding upon their similarities regarding why they love helping others in their work and beyond. They also talk about...
Andrew Taylor (Student, Chicago) spoke with Xanat Sobrevilla (Organizer, Chicago) of Organized Communities Against Deportation about her work, the deportation process, and her vision of migration justice in the future.
Friends Gina Blanton (51) and Timothy Beauchamp (54) talk with their pastor, Manda Adams (42), about their experiences with sexual identity and the church, and discuss how they put certain differences aside to fight for racial justice through their organization,...
This interview conducted by Zoe Falk (20) in Wauwatosa, Wisconsin (Year 2020) highlights resident Lisa William's experiences and feelings about racism and the Black Lives Matter (BLM) Movement. Lisa is a mother of three and founder of Persisters, a local...
Jabez talks with Gayle Sheridan about coping with the brutal murder of George Floyd at the hands of law enforcement.
Katie Spellman (36) speaks with her mentor and collaborator, Christa Mulder (no age given), about their relationship, their pathways in science, what makes for a good mentor and collaborator, and what they have learned from each other.
Dusty Matthews (53) talks with longtime Leesburg, Florida resident and local historian Glorianne Fahs (80) about living in Leesburg in 2020.
Person in Charlotte conversations were engaged in response to Black Lives Matter (BLM), as a way for us to learn more about racism in America. We are meeting with our friends who have graciously agreed to have an open conversation...
Valerie Vivona (61) and Maureen Fitzgerald (62) talk about their experiences in the disability community. Valerie describes her childhood experiences, coming to Berkeley as a young adult, getting her first power wheelchair, and what she is most proud of in...
Naomi shares about her family’s legacy as survivors of the Armenian genocide.
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.
Migrating to the US with her family, how that has affected her and issues she has faced as an afro-Panamanian.
In this interview I speak with my girlfreind's sister about a social injustice she experienced when she was a teenager.
I talk to Sister Dr. Luise Ahrens, an American Maryknoll nun who worked for 26 years in Cambodia. Sister Luise speaks of her work helping to rebuild the Royal University of Phnom Penh and education throughout the country. We learn...
I interviewed a law enforcement officer in order to get another perspective on the way the public views them given the recent actions made by some police.It was very insightful, as I learned things I might not have ever known...