"We are asking for a place at the table."

Recorded on Saturday, June 17, 2017. Visual artist, Beau McCall and author/historian, Eric K. Washington discuss growing up in America, religion, and the history of Harlem. About "The Conversation" Who gets to have a seat at the table in America?...

“We need to document this…creative energy we have bestowed on the world.”

Recorded on Saturday, June 24, 2017. Visual artist, Beau McCall and Sandy Baker (jewelry icon, entrepreneur, author, and philanthropist) discuss beauty standards, natural hair, the power of creativity, and more. [Editor’s note: The correct film title mentioned in the recording...

“I don’t feel a sense of pride for America.”

Recorded on Saturday, June 17, 2017. Visual artist, Beau McCall and interdisciplinary artist, Autumn Kioti discuss growing up in America, the PussyHat Project, politics, and racism. About "The Conversation" Who gets to have a seat at the table in America?...

Great Thanksgiving Listen 2017 with Theresa Orso

Morgan Castro interviews her maternal grandmother Theresa Orso, age 83, for the Great Thanksgiving Listen 2017. They discuss Theresa's father, her early life, college education, nursing career, family, and faith.

“My family was like don’t stir the white people up…be good and just be invisible.”

Recorded on Saturday, June 17, 2017. Visual artists, Beau McCall and Cheryl R. Riley discuss the intersections of race and class on topics such as education, pop culture, art, food, health, the criminal justice system, and more. About "The Conversation"...

On the N-word: "I believe the word is our reparation."

Recorded on Saturday, June 17, 2017. Visual artist, Beau McCall and "the muse" LaNora Williams-Clark discuss growing up in public housing, the N-word, beauty standards, cultural appropriation, race and social justice in America. About "The Conversation" Who gets to have...

"After September 11, I stopped wearing my headscarf."

Recorded on Saturday, June 3, 2017. Visual artist, Beau McCall and Julaina Glass discuss friendship, Barack Obama's presidency, being Muslim in America, and more. About "The Conversation" Who gets to have a seat at the table in America? It’s a...

Beth Moeller and Jim Mellett for the Griswold Home Care Fairfield County Project on Resiliency: The joy of a shared life.

Beth Moeller: 2020-09-01 20:20:06 Internationally renown geologist, professor and entrepreneur Jim Mellett, 84, sat down with Beth Moeller from Griswold Home Care in the midst of the Covid-19 pandemic to discuss insights about characteristics driving resilience in times of uncertainty...

On nuns: "My uncle said they were sexually frustrated."

Recorded on Saturday, June 10, 2017. Visual artist, Beau McCall and Jacqueline Orange discuss their experiences in the American education system, coming-of-age, sexuality, race, and more. About "The Conversation" Who gets to have a seat at the table in America?...

“Boston is one of the most racist cities in America.”

Recorded on Saturday, June 24, 2017. Visual artist, Beau McCall and Laura Greer discuss immigration, growing up in Boston, racism, desegregation school busing programs, socially conscious black music, childhood memories of ice-skating, and more. About "The Conversation" Who gets to...

John Lee & Quinn Riddle

Longtime friends, John (41) and Quinn (40), sit to talk about their time in the Peace Corps. How the Peace Corps changed them and the friendships and gifts they received from their time in service.

Edith Reed

Edith discusses her 101 year life, highlighting music, including her time spent at Juilliard School and Columbia University. She also discusses her family; both while growing up and the family she started with her husband John. She also mentions how...

Patricia Pinto and Dr. Jose Wiley | La Creme Angels Inc.
September 4, 2020 App Interview

Spanish interview featuring La Creme CEO Patricia Pinto and Dr. Jose Wiley speaking about the important myths and realities of the novel coronavirus. Brought to you by La Creme Angels and La Creme Modeling & Acting Agency. @lacreme @lacremeangels lacreme.com...

On housing discrimination: “That’s when I felt this racist thing.”

Recorded on Saturday, June 24, 2017. Visual artist, Beau McCall and his relative discuss their family tree, facing housing discrimination, marriage, and art. About "The Conversation" Who gets to have a seat at the table in America? It’s a question...

"I'm black. I was born here. I'm still not comfortable."

Recorded on Saturday, June 3, 2017. Visual artist, Beau McCall and Karina "Blondie" Rodriguez discuss family, politics, race, gentrification, and more. About "The Conversation" Who gets to have a seat at the table in America? It’s a question Langston Hughes...