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An interview between Natalie Parkinson and her grandmother, Grandma Karen Parkinson. They discuss Karen’s early life and her education. They focus on her work in domestic help services during the later Civil Rights Movement.
I, Eric Nielsen (17), interview my Grandpa, James Stevens (76) who has dementia. We discuss his youth, friends, and family, as well as what it was like growing up in the tumultuous 60’s.
[Recorded: Tuesday, May 24, 2022] David (78) and Derrick (49) have a One Small Step conversation in Charlottesville. David is a retired pastor and Derrick is a lecturer at UVA. They share their journeys learning about racial justice, largely informed...
[Recorded Thursday, June 14, 2022] Sandra Lewis (72) and Andy DeStephano (45) have a One Small Step conversation in Charlottesville, VA. Sandra touches on how her experience as a "child of the civil rights movement" has informed her political identity....
[Recorded Tuesday, June 7, 2022] Kevin Gaines and Richard Litchfield have a One Small Step conversation in Charlottesville, VA. Kevin is a professor of History and African American Studies at the University of Virginia and Richard is recently retired, having...
Sisters Lauren Korn (34) and Alicia Crepps (34) have a conversation with their father, Mike Korn (69), about his family history, experiences as a parent, career, and legacy.
Addison Ellis talks to her grandma Lo Lo, Laury Ellis about her life. Addie used AAC to communicate.
In this Interview I speak with Pedro Contreras about his experiences with racism and racial profiling in the U.S. specifically at Columbus Ohio, where he attended law school at The Ohio State University.